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SEE SENTINEL ENDORSEMENTS ON PAGES 5-A & 6-A SEE PAGE 23-A VOL. 68 NO. 16 FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 2012 48 PAGES 75 103-Year-Old 1\agisters To Vote Before Deadline SEE PAGE 3 A OJ Talks About His lite AfterWTMP SEE PAGE 12-A Misinterpretation lands sauaner Duo In Jail SEE PAGE 23 A CORPORATION TO DEVELOP COMMUNITIES OF TAMPA CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF SERVICES The Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. (CDC) held its 20th Year Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 with a luncheon at the downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel. Deiah Riley, News Anchor, ABC Action News, was the Mistress of Ceremonies. One of the highlights of the afternoon was recognizing honorees. From left to right are: Harold Adams, Florida Sentinel Bulletin; Sol Davis, Sol Davis Printing; former mayor, Sandy Freedman; former City Councilwoman, Gwen Miller, County Commissioner Les Miller; Tammie Karl, who accepted an award for her father, Fred Karl; and former State Senator James Hargrett, Jr. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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c; Features N a: w m 0 t o 0 Ta10pa Mavor Seeks Plans, Developers For River Project >:' C( 0 a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer In an October 10th article in the Tampa Bay Times, it was reported that the City of Tampa is seeking private sector partners for their plan to redevelop the western bank of the Hillsborough River. The article went on to say that last month, the Tampa Housing Authority, working with City Hall, issued a request for developers to work on a master plan for 120 acres near the river. The area is 8o% government owned land, and in cludes the North Boulevard Homes and Mary Bethune Public Housing complexes the 23-acre Julian B. Lane (River front) park, a 12-acre city truck yard along Oregon Avenue, 0 just south of Columbus Drive, If and four public schools (Dune bar and Just Elementaries, Z Stewart Middle School, and c( Howard W. Blake High School. Mayor Bob Buckhorn W has gone on record as saying the master plan is an early step > in a long-term campaign to ffi make the riverfront the center > of downtown Tampa, and that W the area is a vastly underuti0 w lized piece of property and could be put to far better use. :::i Ms. Ruth McNair, Pres Ill ident of the West Riverfront Neighborhood and Crime z Watch Associations, said she ti was upset when she read the ..J article. S "When I read they had 1D talked with Old West Tampa ..J Neighborhood Association President, Mike Vannetta, i= and left us out, I was very z w en c( 0 a: 0 ..J LL service Support Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Patn Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain lhlnsportatlon Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Soeclallzlng In: Car AClCidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycte Accidents Truck Accidents Sllpandfals Bicycle Bus upset. "We will be directly af fected by the plans for the Riverfront Park and I don t think it's right we've been left out. "We were never notified of a meeting to release this to the public, but Mike Vannetta was. That means he' s always been in on the planning process and we haven't I think that's disrespectful. Ms. McNair said when the idea to redevelop West Tampa was first discussed, they were invited to those meetings. "As a community group, we are going to get together and discuss how to deal with this. "From what I've read, it appears we have been intention ally looked over, and that's not going to work." Councilman Frank Reddick said he hasn' t changed his position when it comes to the redevelopment of the Riverfront Park. "From the early discus sions on the plan, I think it would no longer be a commu nity park if it was turned into what the Mayor wants, and the residents would have limited or no access to it. "With the restaurant plans and other things, the property taxes of the residents would go up, and there would be issues with the additional traffic and people. My problem is they want to meet with developers without getting any input from all of the people in West Tampa." Councilman Reddick said too many residents would be directly impacted, and they have a right to be at the table before any plans are made not afterwards. West Tampa Community Group facilitator, Dwight Bolden, has met with Tampa Housing Authority CEO, Jerome Ryans, several times and requested they be kept in the loop about any discussions relating to the redevelopment of West tampa. I do agree we need eco nomic development in the area. We asked for this 10 years ago, and were told the money just wasn't there. "I think the way the proces s is being handled right now excludes the African American population. Bolden said as far as T.H.A. is concerned, his group is in agreement with most of the issues for the redevelopment of West Tampa. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the process hasn't started ye t so no one has been over looked. "These are the preliminary stages, and this is in no way a done deal. This is procedural to be eligible for federal fund ing for the North Boulevard Homes redevelopment project. "When the actual master plan process begins, that' s when the community outreach will begin. People don't need to react to things that don't exist. Mayor Buckhorn said community input will be ex tensive when it's time to present it to the public. "We just want to make life better for the people of West Tampa. We think they deserve it." The Florida Law States That You May Be EnUUed To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care And Mote--" 0.1 be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your Call Michelle B. 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"She found herself attracted to a young man who just wasn't right for her," said Mrs. Hill. "The more we tried to pull them apart, the closer they got. She had never been arrested before, and right now, she' s scared to death." Mrs. Hill said she and her husband are trying to see if they can have Jones released to their custody, and she wants to make sure the public understands that her daughter's biggest mistake is being naive. 505 East .Mckson St. Suite ao3 Barrtsten Bulking Tampa, FL 33802 (813) 38'7 BANKRUPTCY Stop ForeclosuN & CNdltor's REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Specializing In The Followng Areas: Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN F. Kemi oauntebl AlliDtne)o L 1..aw 108 N Annenll Avenue Tampa, FL 334109 (813) 264-8717 PracticiB.g Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attomey & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Part 10014 N. 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Feature ., :::IJ c 103-Year-Oid Registers To Vote Just Betore Tuesdav' s Deadline 0 0 0 aJ m :::IJ .... _N N BYTAMECAJOHNSON Freelance Writer The Get-Out The Vote campaign is hard and fierce across the country. Politicians are pushing it. Civil Right leaders are pushing it and even television news personalities, who are supposed to remain unbiased, are pushing the importance of casting a vote this election year. Some people will listen, but for those who won't, maybe the story of Mrs. Carrie Blount Williams will light a fire under you. Mrs. Williams is a feisty and spry 103-yearold, born in Eleck, Alabama in the year 1909. She became a registered voter in the late 1920s and has voted in every election since the years of President Calvin Coolidge. Mrs. Williams moved to Tampa from Los Angeles nearly a year ago, but was determined not to let a Mrs. Carrie Williams, center, with her nephew, Willie Lovejoy and Attorney Jeraldine Williams-Shaw at her residence on Tuesday. (Photograph by BRUNSON) move clear across the country prevent her from voting in the upcoming Presidential race. "I've always voted," she says, "and I definitely wanted to vote this time I didn't want to miss it." With the help of her 71-year-old nephew, Willie Lovejoy and family Attorney Jeraldine Williams-Shaw, Mrs. Williams registered as a Florida voter late Tuesday afternoon just in the nick of time. That day was the deadline to register in order to be eligible to vote in the November General Election. "She watches all politics," Vote Kathy Castor for R tative in Congress 0 says Mr. Lovejoy. "All she does is watch CNN, and she loves President Obama. She never thought she'd see a Black President in all her life. I'm almost 40 years younger and I never thought I'd see it either Mrs. Williams was the third child in a family of 12 children. She never had any kids of her own, but helped raise Mr. Lovejoy. She's outlived three husbands and all but one sibling. She lived Qn her own in California prior to her move to Tampa. She's a member of Bible Based Fellowship Church in Temple Terrace and according to her nephew, actively ., participates in the church's 5 senior activities. :!! "She gets around very well. C Don't take her shopping, 'cause she'll wear you out!" m Mr. Lovejoy and State Representative Betty z Reed wi11 persona11y escort fE Mrs. Williams to the polls aJ on Election Day November C: r6. r-!!1 z. ""0 c: aJ r-c;; ::J: m c m < m c: m C/) c ?( > z c ., :!! c ?(

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a: w m 0 ... () 0 > ing in disguise. [Because] The blacks who could endure W those conditions and circumstances would someday be reffi warded with citizenship in the greatest nation ever estab::X:: lished upon the face of the Earth." Hubbard concluded, "If en you think slavery was bad, you should have seen Africa." ffi But an apology for slavery wasn't the Arkansas politico's :::: worst statement. Starkly, he prophesied race-extermination D. in America for Blacks and Hispanics on a level equal to what Z befell Jews and Gays in Nazi Germany. i= No doubt, Hubbard had harbored his hateful ideas for decades. But what made him feel brave enough to recently ...1 come out of the closet? Could it be the same phlegmatic be liefs that caused a Republican presidential candidate to write off 47 percent of American voters, a month ago? ...1 w z t= z Bro. Hubbard, we too, have a prophecy: "NEVER AGAIN!" Lovers ofliberty and democracy, sharpen your bal lots, and man your battle stations. We have a war to win. Will The Real Min Romnev Please Stand UP ...1 U.. H aving concluded long ago that Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign advertisements are eligible to win. the "PANTS ON FIRE" CAMPAIGN LIFS OF THE CENTURY AWARD, we also are beginning to think Der Mitter wmsay and do anything to get himself elected. If not, then why has he reversed so many of his positions until keeping up with what he really believes is more dizzy ing than riding on a fairground merry-go-round? All we're saying is, certainly if the Republican contender means what he says, he has a funny way of showing it. For instance, earlier in his campaign, Mitt said he was "not concerned about the poor" (yes, he said that). Then he turned right around and swore he did, indeed, care about poor people. In addition, he promised the first thing he w9uld do if elected Pt:exy was to "repeal Obamacare and get rid of Planned Parenthood." Never mind Mitt's personal grudge against Big Bird. What concerns u s is Romney's Taliban stand against women's ability to choose their own destiny. Then he was overheard swearing if elected, he would "keep parts of Obamacare" such as allowing children to re main on their parents' insurance plans until age 26 and that "there's nothing in my campaign platform about women having abortions" ("Oops, did he say that?). Finally, nearly a month later, our Fickle Conservative < said he was wrong to say he didn't care about the 4 7 percent of non-tax-paying Americans who would vote for Pres. W Obama anyway. 0 So, which fox should we believe: the one with the chick ens or the one who ate the chickens? I am beginning to wonder if I'm the only person who can see through Mitt Rom ney? There is no way that can be the case considering his act is as transparent as the window I'm looking out right now. I had to ask this question after seeing recent polls which suggest that Romney has clqsed the gap between himself and President Barack Obama among registered vot ers. His surge in popularity is apparently being attributed to the result of a debate with the President, in which he was de clared the victor. But, like I al luded to earlier how can anyone fall for someone who likes walking behind bulls with a bucket? This is Mitt Romney we're talking about the talking mannequin. George Bush 2k12. This is the same guy who dissed America s biggest ally, Great Britain, while they were hosting the Olympics ; declared Russia the number one enemy of the United States even as the two nations have been experiencing their best relations in decades; and who was caught on tape basically admitting that he didn t give a dog s back side about half of the popula tion of the country he 'claims he wants to lead. Is this the person that America is now giving se rious consideration for the presidency? It is almost laughable that Romney could gain momen tum after a meaningless debate where he caught President Obama on an off night. Granted, I would have loved to see President Obama bring a little more heat to the stage as well. But, even Michael Jor dan missed a few shots here and there. I am willing to wager any thing that President Obama's sub-par perform ance will not be repeated the next time these two meet. I just don t see him as being the kind of man who can sleep comfort ably knowing that he let a card board cutout like Romney get the best of him. But, even if President Obama falls flat again, it still shouldn't matter. The last time I checked, being able to outwit or out talk someone in a public setting didn't automatically qualify a person to change their address to 1600 Pennsylvania I Spare The Rod Or Do The Time ... I I f you are a parent that beneglect requires public educalie ves in disciplining your tion and a commitment from child; whether it is verbally or communities to provide emophysically (as necessary), then tional, social, and financial stay clear of Delaware. It apsupport systems for families. pears that on September 12th, Research shows that investing Senate Bill234 was signed into in child abuse prevention proeffect Under this new law, a grams-including parent eduparent causing physical incation classes, safety programs jury" (e.g. pain) to a child designed to make children less under 18 would be guilty of a vulnerable targets for abuse class A misdemeanor and sub-and home visitation yields a ject to one year in prison. A 19 to 1 savings over the longparent causing pain to a child term costs to society of child who is three years of age or abuse. younger would be guilty of a The American Medical Associclass G felony and subject to ation reports that preventing two years in prison child maltreatment may be a And so i t is; our parental key factor in preventing youth rights being taken away from violence. Intervention may us with just the click of a pen. help prevent future domestic I have a problem with this. It violence and dating violence. almost scares me to think that These seem more benefian entity, a group of people, cial than throwing a parent in can dictate how an entire state jail. Keep in mind the law that raises their children. Some was passed is for spanking thing has truly gone wrong your child. I think their Govwithin the Justice System. ernor, Jack Markell, needs I can only assume that to spend time inside of a few there was a situation or man y single parent homes or with situations that called for some poverty stricken families, Delaware to implement such a so he can get an idea of ways law but don't they know that he can help minimize some of there are more ways to address the factors that may lead to the issue of abuse before and parent's physically disciplining after the fact. their children. Factors which What about: Investing include: in Prevention Stress and distress Prevention of child abuse and Mental health conditions Ave. Besides how can anyone trust a man who has the gall to warn Sesame Street moppets that their days are numbered? I mean, seriously, do we really want someone who can start a beef with Big Bird having ac cess to the nuclear button? I don t know. Maybe Amer ica misses the Mitt Romney type. Maybe President Obama's cool factor is wear ing thin on a segment of the population who longs for the stuffy shirt, stick-in-the-mud who comes from good old fashioned white bread pedi gree. If that's the case, Romney is their ideal. With his awk ward gait, slick backed hair, graying temples and anal re tentive smile, if Romney didn t exist, Hollywood would have a hard time trying to in vent him. But, it doesn t matter how much they try to blow ole' Mitt up to be something that he clearly is not, in the end they're simply applying lipstick to a pig And no matter how much they try to dress it up and at tempt to trick people into thinking it 's good for them when the y slice it up and serve it on a plate, it s still goin? to give somebody high blood pressure. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, U, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007 Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. Lack of understanding of chil dren's needs, child develop ment, and parenting skills History of child abuse in fam ily of origin Substance abuse Young, single, and non biolog ical parents Thoughts and emotions sup porting maltreatment behav iors. Why aren't they signing on the dotted line to fix these? Placing parents in jail for spanking their children is just a bandage to a bigger problem Delaware obviously hasn t thought about the mental state of the child once the parent is thrown into jail. Who will take care of the child in the parent's absence? Who will provide for them? Or will this be another venture of our tax dollars hard at work. If you ask me this law will only create another vicious cycle for the parents. What happens when they're released from jail, they will be scarred (no pun intended) with a crim inal record. Will they be allowed to seek custod y to regain their children? Will parenting courses or classes be offered? I could go on and on with the list of possibilities for the things that can happen as a result of not allowing parents to do their jobs. Delaware and all ensuing states who wish to follow thi s example should really think about the ripple effect of this one, seemingly, bright idea. Reach Chambee Smith: www.chambeesmith.com Thetautbor.me@wuill.co m.

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We have to change the perception, by action! The Black community in Hillsborough County must hold ALL politicians accountable for their actions. No politician should be of the mindset that they can do what they want to us, without consequence. With that said, let's get down to business and move FOR WARD. don't, then be a part of the process of CHANGE. This election cycle, every major office that directly affects your life will be elected: The President of the United States; U.S. Senate; U.S. Representative, State Senate and State Representative ; County Commissioners and School Board There are also 15 amendments on the ballot as well. ... How? Go to the polls and vote. Vote early, vote by mail.... JUST DO IT! We saw how our ONE vote changed HISTORY in 2008. So, let's do it AGAIN, and AGAIN. We have to take responsibility for President Obama. Through thick and thin, we have to support him by voting. This is MAJOR my brothers and sisters. These people control budgets and make deci..., sions in Washington Tallahassee and Hillsborough County ... they represent you! ..., 0 The 7-member Sentinel Editorial Board interviewed many of the candidates These ,.. 1\) Look around your neighborhoods, if you like what you see, then stay home ... but if you are our recommendations: President and Vice President Barack Obama JoeBiden No explanation needed here. We support President Obama, and believe with 4 more years, the country will be a better place for ALL people. Congressional U.S. Senator Bill Nelson U .S. Representative District 12 Jonathan Snow U.S. Representative District 11 Kathy Castor Our U.S. Representative, yes we said OUR representa tive has never forgotten who e lected her. She has proven time and time again that she can bring the BACON home, and has without a doubt been the most accessible pipeline to Washington we have had in a longtime. She deserves your vote. U.S. Representative District 17 William Bronson l State Races I State Senator District 24 Elizabeth Belcher District 26 Paula House !State Representative! District s7 Bruce Barnett District 58 Jose Vazquez District 59 Gail Gottieb District 62 Janet Cruz Janet Cruz has teamed up with Sen. Arthenia Joyner on a few bills and has been a producer. She represents 2 minorities in the Legislature, she is Hispanic and female. This combination gives her a good perspective on issues that concern us all District 63 Mark Danish Mark Danish is a breath of fresh air. Upbeat and positive, a middle school science teacher by trade he has to be. Mr. Danish is knowledgeable and a student of politics. He is a people person and will bring something new to the state house. Sheriff David Gee Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez Bob Henriquez is a father, husband, coach and former State representative. He is also, smart and has managed a large government office. He is compassionate, and a person you can trust and believe. You can trust Bob Henriquez, and believe he will do a good job. Supervisor Of Elections Craig Latimer We are supporting Mr. Latimer. Mr. Latimer has helped run the Supervisor of Elections office as the chief of staff. He is a former law enforcement officer, so he is disciplined. He promises to better the outreach and educa tion related to voting Cou,nty Commission District 4 Al Higginbotham Comm. Higginbotham is very conservative. We know this, and our take is you know what to expect from him. While we traditionally endorse mostly Democrats, we have found on the County Commission, that the board tends to be bipartisan at times. Comm. Higginbotham returned on several occasions to meet with our board on issues he felt would help our community, and that gave him high marks County Commission District 6 No Recommendation Vote YES To Retain ALL the Justices of the Supreme Court and District Court of Appeal Judges School Board Carol Kurdell We like Mrs. Kurdell. After we interviewed her, we under stood why. She is an advocate for the children of Hillsborough County, and has served us well over the years. Mayor Temple Terrace Joe Chillura Amendments SeePage6A In accordance with F.S. 98 075 the names of the individuals listed below are potentially ineligible to be registered to vote Any person whose name is listed below may contact the Supervisor of Elections office within 30 days of the date of this notice to receive information regarding the basis for the potential ineligibility and the procedure to resolve the matter Failure to respond within 30 days of the date of this notice may result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor of Elections and removal of the voter's name from the statewide voter registration system Eligibility Determinations (813) 744-5900 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd. Tampa, FL 33619 2910 Ramada Or A t 205 1726 W Nassau St .. 3636 .. N ... 5t)thsr "-2616 N 17th St 119683682 TfiYIQf Rllll1Qfl A ............ ...... ......... .. ... .. ........ 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..... a: w ID 0 0 Six Bank Provides CDC II Tampa With $25,111 Grant Bank of America recently awarded The Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. a $25,000, onetime grant. \fhe grant will be used for foreclosure prevention and job creation. Bill Goede, Tampa Bay Market President said, "In re sponse to the many challenges facing our communities, we are focusing our philanthropic support on areas vital to ad vancing local economies. "The bank's investment in local nonprofits that help indi viduals and families regain fi nancial stability through housing and other community development initiatives is one way we're working to stabilize ERNEST CONEY, JR. CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. rates, unemployment, teen pregnancy, school dropout, school suspensions and drug abuse," Coney said. and advance the Tampa Bay 0 area." The CDC will utilize the funds to assist hundreds of Hillsborough County residents in obtaining employment, placement in affordable housing, foreclosure prevention and mitigation and redirecting at-risk youth through Youth Leadership Development. i:E Ernest Coney, Jr., Chief lL Executive Officer of the CDC of 0 z c( 0 (/) w .... w > w 0 w :I: (/) ::i ID ::J ll. z t= w ...J ...J ::J ID ...J w z t= z w (/) c( 0 a: 0 ...J lL Tampa, Inc., said, "This grant is vitalin expanding the CDC's efforts to make a difference in the lives of Hillsborough County residents. "The dollars are extremely important from the standpoint of helping administrative and programming efforts, by con tinuing to implement success neighborhood stabilization strategies in communities plagued with high poverty The recent grant awarded by Bank of America is part of the bank's 20-year ongoing ef fort to support programming by the CDC of Tampa, Inc. For more information on the grant, contact Coney at (813) 231-4362 ext. 312. State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by an State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treating hysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! {Except For Pure ntt. VII Cases) 220 E. Madison Street SUite 1207, Tampa, FL 33602 Visit Us On-liM At: www.FOfiOLAWFIItM.OftG (FU.S. Atmy JACC AttonM1) -. ... e...,.,....;
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0 ama News :!! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c seasoned comic Book Treasurv Announces $6.1 Billion Illustrator J. Bone Draws Increase In Small Business lending a F -tl d M-h II Ob m Irs a V lc e e ama WASHINGTONThe U.S. Department of the Treasury released a report showing that particim pants receiving capital through the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) continue to increase their :::D As Wonder Woman small business lending, in total b y $6.7 billion over the baseline and by $1.5 billion over the prior ;;:; quarter This Use of Funds report comes shortly after the first anniversary of the Small Business N Lending Fund. o First Lady Michelle Obama as Wonder Woman. J. Bone has been illustrating comic books for over twelve years, but his image of First Lady Michelle Obama as Wonder Woman stands alone among his many superhero portraits. The comic book artist lives in Toronto, J. Bone has crafted likenesses of Spider-Man, Superman, and more. Yet, Wonder Woman is partic l,llarly special to his heart, making her a fitting heroine to merge with a woman who has become a heroine to many in real life. Currently writing and drawing, Gobukan, a web based comic, J. Bone is also raising funds as part of an IndieGoGo campaign to cre ate a Canadian superhero series, True Patriot. Pres. Obama's Campaign :Oeplovs Big Bird In New Ad BIG BIRD NEW YORK -President Barack Obama's campaign is deploying Big Bird in a new TV ad chiding Mitt Romney fot saying he will end federal funding for public broadcasting. The new satirical ad shows images of convicted financiers including Bernie Madoff and Enron' s Ken Lay, and suggests Romney thinks Big Bird is behind their crimes. The Republican hopeful said in last week's debate that he would stop subsidies to PBS as a way to cut federal spending, even though he likes Big Bird. Pres. Obama's ad pokes fun at that assertion, saying Mitt Romney knows it isn t Wall Street you need to worry about it's Sesame Street. Republicans say the ad shows that Pres. Obama is focusing on inconsequential matters rather than urgent issues like the economy and the Middle East. 4 Weeks len To Election oav! PRES. BARACK OBAMA LOS ANGELES Rumbling in to its final four weeks, the presidential cam paign is playing out on both coasts and multiple fronts, with Republican Mitt Romney seeking stature on foreign affairs and President Barack Obama raising political cash by the millions. Negative ads, charges of dishonesty, and dwindling time are all setting the tone. Joining celebrities for fundraising in Los Angeles on Sunday, Pres. Obama for the first time needled himself over a poor debate performance. But he declared he had the right focus and "I intend to win." Romney was iri Virginia, trying to bury the memories of his fumbled trip abroad this summer and knock Pres. Obama back on national security. The campaigns already had eyes on the next debate, the sole face-off between Vice President Joe Biden and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, which will grab attention as the Thursday night showdown nears. The election hangs on persuadable voters in fewer than 10 states, with Iowa, Ohio, Virginia, and Florida all set for candidate visits this week. In an election-year display of incumbent's power Pres. Obama on Monday was declaring a national monument at the home of Latino labor leader Cesar Chavez, the United Farmworkers Union founder who died in 1993 .. The SBLF, established as part of the Small Business Jobs Act that President Barack Obama N signed into law in 2010, encourages community banks to increase their lending to small businesses, helping those companies expand their operations and create new jobs. Treasury invested more than $4.0 billion in 332 institutions through the SBLF. Collectively, these institutions operate in over 3,000 locations across 48 states. r 0 :!! c )> en m z :j z m r m c: r r gJ z ., c: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c :!! c

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Loc.al --. ---. -----. N ffi Annual 'Walk A Mile In Mlddletonclassor195a m Her Shoes' Event Planned > < c B Y IRIS B. HOLT O N Sentine l City Editor fE On Frida y (toda y ) O c tober 12, th e Univ e rs i ty o f South Florida will host it s a Domestic Violence Awarene s s march. During the walk, ma l e students staff faculty and community members will march in high heels. The purpose of t he march is to proclaim solidarity to end viol ence against women. The walk will take place at t he USF Tampa cam pus, Marshall Student Center Amphitheater Ms. Audrey Mabrey, a mother of two children and do mestic viol ence survivor, will be the guest speaker. In 2009, Ms. Mabrey survived after being at tacked b y her husband, bludgeoned with a hammer and set afire. She will share her experience of vio lence and her activism on behalf of other s u rvivo r s to demonstrate the importance of men joining women to make a commitment to end viol ence against women. Her hus b an d Christophe r Hanney, was c o n victed of attempted mur der, aggravated battery and arson, and sentenced t o prison Man y of the male participants in the Annual Walk A Mile I n H e r Shoe s e v ent will wear women s shoes, (although it' s not req u ired) to s up""" port the e v ent. A limited number of women s shoes c a: LL c z < c en w ;::) 1-> a: w > w c w l: en :::::i m ;::) 0.. z t= w _, _, ;::) m < I co w C) will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basi s This is the sth year that the university has par ticipated in the event. It is being sponsored by th e student organ i zation N.I.T E (Network Improve Transform, Empower). O thers in support of the event are the Family Justice Cen ter of Hillsborough County; Vistra Communications Cafe Kili, and sev eral University of South F l orida departments in cluding the Cen ter for Victim Advocacy and Violence Pre v ention, th e Athletics Department the ROTC, Student Government and Police Depart m e nt. Sponeor.d By: Thl'M PowerhouH Promoter. Ma. Ethel Pittman C raig B rlgp &Mic:hHILM Lookin Good Men Wear The Middleton High School Clas s of 1958 will meet Friday, Octobe r 12, 2012 6 p. m. at the Tampa Poli ce D ept. District 3 Office 3808 N 22nd St. All classmates are invited to join us. Middleton 1912, 1913 Meedng Middleton Class of 1972 and 1973 will have a class meeting, Satu rday, October 13th at 2 p.m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Library, 2607 Martin Lu ther King Jr. Blvd All class members are encouraged to come out. Contact phon e number, 813 377 -66oo; Library phone num ber, 8 13-273:.3652. t of College H ill QfCOuroEHIJ.I. In v ites YOU t o Come and c e l e brate our t ogth & lfoll(eetllf(tirj' 2 012 Theme: F.E .A. L t h e Difference F a i t h -Empowermen t -Acti o n Li f e Thursdav. October 18. 2012@ 7 :00pm G o s p e l P rogram featuring the "Gos p e l Warriors Saturday October 2 0,2012@ 10am-3pm A Commu n ity Fall Festival Featu ring Ministries at FBCCH Food by BJ' s catering Acti v ities and entertainmen t for all ages and i t i s a ll FREE-FREE Sunday. October 21 2012 Wors h i p Service s 7 : 30am-1 0 :00am-12:00pm F e a tu ring Pastor S c ottye Holloway Sen i o r pastor o f Beth e l Baptist Church i n C level a n d O H 'Holy Hou r-rBV&P-asEse 28 1 8 E. Osborne A ve. Su n d a y 11 : 0 0 A.M. EVAN G ELI S T C REWS Monday 7:00P.M. BISHOP JO H N N Y WILLIAMS Tuesday 7:00 P .M. PASTOR CALVIN GREEN Wednesday 7:00 P.M. .... : .. "''" B R O W N Tam p a (3361 0 ) ( 813) 2 382213 Thursday 7:00 P.M. DR. D A V I D BOYD Friday 7:00 P.M. DR. REB ECC A COLM A N Satur day 7:00P.M PASTOR TOM CREWS

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Gospel Warriors To Help Kick OH 108th Church Anniversarv 0 0 a m m :::0 .... N THE EXCITING GOSPEL WARRIORS First Baptist Church of College Hill will kick off its 108th Church Anniversary and Homecoming next Thursday, October 18th, at 7 p. m. with a gospel program featuring the Exciting Gospel Warriors. 1 Have A Dream Youth Mass Choir Students in sth 12th grades in Hillsborough County are inVited to join the "I Have A Dream Youth Mass Choir." The interest meeting will be held Sunday, October 21, 2012, 5:30-6:30 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 W. Cypress St. For additional info, www.youthmasschoir.com, YIDJ,th masschoir@hotmail.com or 727-894-4311 X275. A. D. lovers Music Group The A. 0. Lovers Music Group will be honoring the life of R&B legend, Levi Dixon, Jr. on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Dixon died in 2008 and would have celebrated his 22nd birthday on Wednesday, Oct. 10th. The music group will be gathering at a local eatery at Hillsborough and 40th St., 2-4 p. m. to celebrate the "Gift Of Levi." DEDICATION AND A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE We're celebrating what Bro. Joe Girard loved to do keeping the House of God clean! Come volunteer your time and enjoy some BBQ with us followed by an official dedication. OCTOBER 27, 2012 SAM 2 PM If you would like to donate, please make it out to: WORD ALIVE CHURCH 1024 S. 78th Street Tampa, FL Please RSVP by October 17th 813-685-1556 OR 813-623-3550 The celebration will continue with a Community Festival on Saturday, October 20th, 10 a. m. 3 p. m., and three opportunities to worship on Sunday, October 21st: 7:30 a. m., 10 a. m., and 12 noon. The 2012 theme is "F. E. A. L. The Difference" (Faith Empowerment Action Life). Burrows and committee persons invite the commu nity, former members and friends to join them during and has performed with N some of the top artists: Dr. Bobby Jones, Williams Brothers, Luther Barnes, Shirley Caesar, and many of the groups and artists in the area. The pastor, Rev. Evan these services. The Gospel Warriors is a legendary group who started 30 years ago in the Bay Area. They are one of the first Black groups to sign with a major gospel label. The group has traveled the gospel circuit worldwide like us on _iJ The Exciting Gospel Warriors has also received numerous awards including: GMWA Best Group and GMWA National Best Quartet. 33610 Dr. S. Evan Blirows. Senior Paatt Worship Service limes 7:30am, 10:00am & 12:00pm / ... ;s. H ... q.P E oo1 E N EwKI.RK. 1s 'll.tmg 46 YM18 PASTORAL LEADERSHIP AT ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012 AT 7:00 PM CONCERT ., :::0 c with Tabernacle of First Baptist Church of CoUep Hill Choir, USF Gospel Choir, Isaac Ruffin and the GtiWA. Ci) Culminating with WORSHIP SERVICE on SUNDAY 2012 AT 11:00 AM :.

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f I 0 I o I I 0 o' 'o 1 0 0' o 0 o' o 'o o 0 o 0 o o 0o 0 o 0 o 0 o 'o o 0 o 0o 0 0 o 0 o 'o 0 o O 0 ,"' o 0 .. o 0 O 0 .. '" O o "" Local ..... a: w m 0 ... Fundraiser To Benefit At-Risk Youth 0 0 <( c a: LL TAMMY LEVENT Keynote Speaker For the past five years a Tampa-based organization has attempted to improve the lives of at-risk teenagers. On Friday (today) October 12, Miracles Outreach will host a fundraiser fashion show and gala banquet The event will take place at the Embass y Suites Hotel downtown Convention Center. The keynot e s p e aker will be Ms. Tammy Levent, bests elling auth o r of "Women C Who Mean Business." The ii: book is d e sign e d to inspire and moti v ate individuals to take z practical step s towards fulfilling <( dreams Dr. Kellie Light bourn, a nationally recognized c television ho st, attorney au en thor and sought after motiva tional speaker will serve as the rMistress of Ceremony Vision of Harmony will provide enterW tainment. > Miracles Outreach works w 0 with teenage foster children he -W tween the ages of 12 and 17. The l: organization provides mentor ship workshops, and three m group homes that provide holis :::;) tic and comprehensive care. Ill. The stories of the children in the homes are as varied as they w ..J ..JI...---..... ,....,...._ :::;) m ..J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL CONNIE ROSE .. Event Coordinator are. Diandre's mother was shot in their apartment ; Va lerie was a victim of abuse at the hands of relatives; Taniqua witnessed drug abuse and suf fered neglect ; and Tyler's mother was sent to prison. Some of the teenagers were ha bitual runaways. Ms. Connie Rose, founder ofVictims2Survivors is a survivor of human trafficking, sexual violence, and the daugh ter of a sex offend er. She is the Event Coordinator of the fundraiser. Ms. Rose shares her story of rape and abuse at the hands of her own father. She said as a teenager her father sold her into slavery. In 1986 she be came a voice speaking out against childhood sexual vio lence and domestic minor sex trafficking. There are currently 2,153 children in foster care in Hills borough County, 556 of which are between the ages of 11 and 17. Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921, or emailed at jholtonflsentineLcom. Prominent Anornev Chosen As Freedom Fund Banquet Speaker BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City _Editor On Thursday October 18th, members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP will hold their Annual Free dom Fund Dinner. It will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 4500 West Cypress Street, beginning at 6 p.m The event will kick off with a meet and greet reception and the dinner will follow at 7 p.m The theme for the dinner this year is, "Civic Engagement --There Is POWER In Numbers." The keynote speaker is Attorney Daryl D. Parks, of Parks and Crump, LLC. A native of Haines City Attorney Parks attended Florida A & M University on a Presidential Scholarship. Dur ing his tenure at the Univer sity he became the first Student Body President elected to two consecuti v e term s He also founded the National Coalition of Black College Stu dent Governments in 1992 He received his Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Economics. While at FAMU Attorney Parks was also chosen as the National College Brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Attorney Parks contin ued his education at Florida State University, College of Law, and graduated in 1995. After founding Parks & Crump Law Firm, Attorney Parks quickly established himself as a formidable force. Attorney Parks repre sented the parents of Martin ATrORNEY DARYL D. PARKS .. keynote speaker for Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet Lee Anderson, a 14-year-old youth who died in a boot camp in Bay County, Florida. Anderson collapsed while per forming required physical training at the camp. While running track, the teenager complained, but the guards would not allow him to stop running. The youngster col l apsed and died at a local hos pital. Attorney Parks won $6-4 million from the State of Florida and Bay County in the wrongful death lawsuit He is als o r epre senting the family of Trayvon Martin. Martin, 17, died after George Zimmerman shot him in February 2012. Martin was in Sanford, Florida visiting his father's girlfriend at the time of the shooting. Zimmerman, who was a volunteer neighborhood watch member, called police andre ported what he thought was a suspicious person. The dis patcher told Zimmerman not to approach the person, that officers were en route. However, Zimmerman disobeyed t he instructions ap proached the teenager, and eventually shot and killed him The shooting resulted i n public outcry from around the world. Thousands of people converged on Sanford in protest of the shooting. Zimmerman is currently waiting to go to trial on a second-de gree murder charge In addition to the State of Florida, Attorney Parks practices in the Federal Courts for the Middle and Northern Districts of Florida and the United States Supreme Court. He has also appeared for spe cial purposes before courts in Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, and New Jersey. Attorney Parks is a member of the Board of Direc tors for the Florida Justice Association (FJA) ; Bethel AME Community Dev elopment Cor poration; and he is a member of the Tallahassee Barristers and the American Bar Associa tion. A resident of Tallahassee, Attorney Parks serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Florida A & M University and is a board member of the Florida A&M University (FAMU) Founda tion, Inc Attorney Parks is the Chairman of the Board for the Leon County Sickle Cell Foun dation and serves on the board for the Tallahassee Urban League. He currently serves as the Vice President of Finance for the National Bar Associa tion. Sunday, October 14, 2012 A.M. Elder Cornelius Moore Hope of Shiloh Community Church Sunday, October 14,2012 3:30P.M. Pastor Timothy Kemp & Congregation Peace Progressive P. B. Church Sunday, October 21, 2012 11 :00 A.M. Minister Clarence Gunter Heritage Christian Community Church Sunday, October 21, 2012 3:30 P.M. Pastor Arthur L. Green, Jr. House of Restoration Church of God & Congregation Sunday, October 28, 2012, :00 A.M. Elder B. F. Strange Theme: errhe BaWe Is Not Yours" Be not .traid nor dlamayed by reason of thle great multitude; for the battle Is not yours, but God'a. Hope of Shiloh Community Church Sunday, October 28,2012 3:30P.M. Holy Christian Church Bishop Lewis Sherman & Congregation St. Pete,.burg, FL II Chronicles 20:15 (b); I Samuel17:47

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Local State Activists Ask Those Who Can1 Hazing Defendant Vote To Take Others To Polls Reaches Plea Agreement i BY IRIS B. HOLTON ::xJ Sentinel City Editor In less than a month Americans will choose the next president of the United States. However, in the 25 days leading up to the 2012 General Election, two ac tivists are calling on members of the community to cast bal lots Rev. Willie Dixon, of the COACH Foundation and Ms. Dianne Hart, Presi dent of the Hillsborough County Black Caucus, recog nize that a segment of the population cannot vote be c-ause their Civil Rights have not been restored The future plans are to ad dress these issues and others pertaining to the judicial sys tem, the parole system, and the Department of Correc tions However, for the up coming election, Ms. Hart and Rev. Dixon are asking those who have been con victed of a felony to make a commitment to take five peo ple who can vote to the polls. Rev. Dixon further said, "We are asking all pastors to join in and get involved. Gary REV. WILLIE DIXON ... Founder of COACH Foundation Baines called and said they were able to register 200 peo ple who are in Fulton County Jail. It's too late to register in mates, but it is not too late to have them complete Vote By Mail ballots. Why can't we do something like that here?" After the election, Rev. Dixon and Ms. Hart plan to continue the help others pre pare to vote in the future. People are always coming up to me wanting to know how to get their rights re stored. There are so many people who have been out of jail 10 and 15 years, who haven't gotten their rights re stored. But they work and MS. DIANNE HART President, Hillsborough County Black Caucus contribute to society It is important that we help these people," Ms. Hart said. Rev. Dixon said he wants to rally 10,000 throughout the state to ad dress this issue "I have worked with the system for more than 40 years. There are many in jail who don't need to be in jail. Taxpayers are spending $2 billion a year to house prisoners in Florida. For more information about this initiative, contact Rev. Dixon his office at 1331 W. Cass Street; by telephone at (813) 254-3700; or by email at wdixon2SS8@ao}.com. One defendant in the hazing death of a Florida A & M Uni versity student has entered a no contest plea. His sentencing bas been set for October 22. Brian Jones, 23 is one of twelve arrested and charged in connection with Champion,s death Jones had initially en tered a not guilty plea. Orlando Circuit Judge Marc Lubet, who accepted the plea agreement, said that Jones, of Parish, role was rel atively minimal and that no tes timony substantiated that Jones had struck or beat Champion. Last November, Champion, 26, was hazed on a bus following the Florida Classic in Orlando. He died after vomiting and complaining of illness. He was pronounced dead at a local BRIAN JONES ... Enters No Contest plea in hazing incident hospital. The Medical Examiner stated Champion,s death was a homicide because the cause of death was blunt force trauma and severe bleeding. Trials for the eleven other defendants are set for early 2013. One other student was charged with a misdemeanor. In the aftermath of Champion's death, it was showed that although hazing is against the rules, it takes place on and off the campus of Florida A & M "TT University. The death also reE) vealed that hazing continues on other college campuses throughout the country. In the wake of the death, the JR famous Marching too band was z placed on suspension; and both ::f President James Ammons ifj and Julian White, the longr time Band Director, retired. m c r__ ,rz c m r-c;; :I: m c Head Start Awareness Month Head Start Success47 fuars of Head Start m < m -1 c m en c Join the Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start Program in Celebrating October as Head Start Awareness Month. ,. z c ., ::xJ 6 For 47 years, Hillsborough County Head Start has helped prepare more than 80,000 income-eligible children for kindergarten. As one of the largest grantees for Head Start in the southeastern. United States, the program serves more than 4,000 children and families in Hillsborough County every year. For more information, contact Hillsborough County Head Start at 813-2725140. Head Start is a Quality Initiative award winning program with all of the Head Start centers accredited by the National Association for the Education ofYoung Children. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOtVUJ ...... ...... I ,.

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a: w m OJ Talks About His Lite After WTMP g BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter c Randall Craig Milliner 0: can't remember a day in his u.. life when music wasn't playing. He grew up not just listening to the music of the 1960s and 1970s, but admir ing the men and women he heard on the radio. After practicing his craft, at the age of 13, Milliner became known as Randall C and was playing music for Mr. Charles "Gay Pappa" Miles. Since WfMP went off the air in 2011 after 57 years of broadcasting, all of its staff members had to find some thing else to do. Randall C was no differ ent. He is now employed as a cook at a local hospital, and also has his own entertain a ment company. fE "Since WTMP closed, c things have picked up :i tremendously for me. Don t > get me wrong I love radio w c w U) ::i m ;:) D. z tu this age (55) is a blessing. I really started working at WfMP in 1972 at the age of 15. I moved from station to station, always coming back to WTMP. A lot of people who opened doors for me aren t around anymore." Randall C said his love and passion for music is why he s stayed with it all th_ese RANDALLC years, and he' s proof that hard work does pay off "I've collected a lot of classics along the way. Jim Murray was my mentor, and I remember him telling me to develop my own per sonality and not try to copy his He told me to be my own man, and that meant a lot. Randall C said the jour-..J ..J ;:) m 2010 East Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Phone: (813) 231-1815 Fax: (813) 231-1820 www erwin.edu < I N Accredited Day a':"d Evening Programs Affordable Ca,.,...FOcused training for Adults TampaBaylearns.mysdhc.org Esti mated total tuition rates. ney hasn' t come without a lot of pitfalls along the way "Because I had become so popular at the station, I found myself partying with a lot of celebrities, and that meant using drugs. That mistake nearly ended my career, because I was at the top. I left for a while to get myself together, and I even tually worked my way back to the top. I started d'oing some Gospel music, and I really enjoyed that." Randall C said when he did return, he discovered technology had changed everything, so he had to enroll into the Columbia School of Broadcasting to learn how to use all of the new equipment. I remember when I started at WTMP, Louis Muhammad was the man ager, and he allowed me to intern there and later gave me my own show. When I started cleaning up my life and got off the streets, they gave me a sec ond chance, and I will forev er be grateful for that. Randall C said he believes Tampa will have an African American radio station again, and it may or may not be WfMP. "We were a powerful voice in the community for a long time, and now all that's left is the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. "Looking back, I remember Tom Hankerson and Tracy Collins had just left the station, and the ones that remained gave me great guidance. It's important to leave a legacy for the next genera tion." Randall C said he gives a lot of thanks to St. John Progressive M. B. Church and Pastor Bartholomew Banks for their support through his ups and downs. I will end by saying this. Never look down on a man unless you're going to reach down and help him up. To Seminole CasinoImmokalee, FL NOVEMBER 3, 2012 $35 PERSON Trip inctudes roundtrip bus transportation, $30 in free play and a $5 food voucher. The buses will depart from Tampa at 8:00 a.m. Nathan 8. Young Middle Magnet School, and will return at 7:30 p.m .., ,._ ........ FASHION SHOW 8' ":..-': t. 1.. ... ,. -: Donations are $15 For more information, call (813) 671-2095

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In The Spotlight of the young girls who took part in the Purity Program were from left to right: Imani Taylor, Hananiyah Casale, Micaha Lee, Jonisha Sharp, Tammy Zieger, Gabrielle Warren, Briana Buie, Montresse Gillespie, Amaya Westbrook, Nikeema Lee and Bianca Sails. Last month, members of River hills Church Of God held their Guides In Righteous Living (G.I.R.L.S.) 2012 Purity Program. The event took place a t the church. Several young ladies and their parents took part in the g-month initiative entitled THE 2705 N 22ND W.A.I.T., an acronym for Why Am I Tempted. The W.A.I.T. Program provided scripture, facts, medical, and social reasons why youth should remain pure until marriage. The Purity Ceremony was the public affirmation of the youth to vow to remain pure Fl 33605 RELAXERS -----------$39 .99 & UP SEW-INS -------------$49.99 & UP WASH & SET---------$14.99 & UP KID STYLES ----------$12.99 & UP BLOW OUT -----------$12.99 & UP BRAIDED STYLES -----$24.99 & UP and wait Some of those participating in the program included Andrew Phifer, Hananiyah Casale, Antionette Casale, Tammy Zieger, Willie Foreman, Junas Jones, Tony Williams, Rhonda Jackson, Briana Buie, Montresse Gillespie, Nikeema Lee, Jonisha Sharp, Ann Johnson; Doris Carlyle, Nikki Lee, Donald Crawley, Andrew Sharp, lmani Taylor, Micaha Lee, Gabrielle Warren, Amaya Westbrook, and Bianca Sails. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). IESHA This week's Spotlight is focused on lesha as our feature. This young lady can always be found with a smile on her face, and trying to brighten up the day of everyone around her. lesha believes that hard work always gets rewarded, and she has no problem mak ing the sacrifices necessary for her to reach her goals. This young lady always finds time to spend with her family and friends, and she also knows when and where to go when it's time to party. lesha said the man in her life must be mature, handsome, employed, and have future goals. He also must be a man sure of himself, yet humble enough to accept opportunities as they come. Congratulations to lesha as this week's Spotlight feature. Monday Thursday 7:00A.M. 8:00 P.M. Friday 7:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. 9:00 P.M. SouHood Everyday Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner orr.ing Collard Greens, Yellow Rice, Potato Salad, Com Bnad, Fried Chicken, Fried Pork Chop, ChiUins, Ox Tails, Fried fllh, Fried Shrimp, Cuban & Deli Sandwiches & Fried Lobster Tails 0 0 a m m :::0 ..:.. N N 0 '""" N 'T1 r-0 :::0 c )> en m z ::::! z m r-aJ c: r r m ::::! z "C c: m c en ::t m c m < m :::0 -< -1 c: m en c )> z c 'T1 :::0 c '""" (o) I )>

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Made $49M. be one of the best police ***112 The Cold Light Of Day Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver mis fire in this ho-hum action film. Wait for it on HBO. Made $3.2M. (Budget N/ A). (Budget $45M).' **** movies since Training Day Possession A little girl Hotel Transylvania Action-packed and intense. gets possessed by an evil Dracula (voice of Adam SanJake Gyllenhaal and spirit that came from a box dl ) 't s all the famous M1'chael Pena come through er mvt e her Dad purchased at a yard monsters to his castle for his as two police officers pasale. Definitely, not for kids. daughter's birthday. All trolling the streets in Los Made $ 4SM. (Budget starts when his Angeles. Made $32M. (Bud-$l4M). ***112 daughter falls in love with a get $7M). **** Lawless Shia LaBeouf human. 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(Budget in the CHANNEL DISTRICT 1120 East Kennedy Blvd. Ground Floor West Building Park in the west GaJ"aQEt"i October 4-21 Thurs Fri & Sat@ 8 pm, Sun. @ 3 pm GEORGE OLFE'S Directed by Anna Brennen The Colored Museum has electrified, discomforted and delighted audiences of all colors, redefining our ideas of what it means to be Black in contemporary America "Uncompromising wit .. fearless humor ... high sophistication"New York Times TICKETS: $26.00 Special For Florida Sentinel Readers : $1 o ( ldcnt1fy When Ordcnng) Students. seniors and mtlitmy $10 Call Today for Tickets! 813.251.8984 Wed.-Sat. 4 8 pm & Sun. 123 pm 813.727.2708 www .stageworkstheatre.org $14M).**** Premium Rush A quick pace, life or death movie about a bike messen ger (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) racing through New York City delivering packages and running from the cops. This film was different. Enjoyed it. Made $20M. (Budget N/A). ***112 The Expendables 2 Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham and the gang return to save the world from a be lievable bad guy, Jean Claude VanDamme. More blood and guts. Enjoyed watching the legends back on the screen. Made $84M. (Budget $1ooM). ***112 ParaNorman This stop-motion animation film is about a kid named Nor man who is considered weird by his family because he can see and talk to ghosts and zombies. Kids and adults will love this movie. Made $54M. (Budget N/A). **** The Bourne Legacy Jeremy Renner replaced Matt Damon as the new spy to be chased by the govern ment. Not as intense as the other Bourne movies, but still good action. Made $111M. (Budget $125M). ***112 Total Recall (2012) Douglas (Colin Farrell) real izes his whole life is a lie and the bad guys want to destroy him. Kate Beckinsale (Un derworld) plays a good vil lain and her role saves this movie. Action-packed. Made $58M. (Budget $125M).*** BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Stephanie has a health scare that causes her and Eric to seek medical assistance; Bill asks Brooke to have a talk with Katie; Pam reminds Donna that Eric is off-limits. Brooke is flabbergasted as Bill be grudgingly admits to his in volvement in a dastardly scheme; Hope and Liam seek closure as they remi nisce about their relation ship. DAYS OF OUR UVES Nicole takes a fall; EJ tells Sami that Rafe hasn't been honest with her; Victor con fronts Daniel about his deci sions; Caroline's condition continues to worsen; Stefano meets with a mysterious woman in Europe. John and Marlena bask in their happi ness; Roman questions Jen nifer a bout the fight; Daniel Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You're entering a pen sive phase. It's easy to get sidetracked (which can be useful sometimes). Focus on taking actions you're espe cially qualified for, even if it means postponing play Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Play, but remember your budget. If it seems too good to be true, it may be Consider consequences. You have more friends than you realized. Follow the rules, Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Work requires more attention (and is more rewarding) for the next few days. Learn so you're stronger and wiser next time. Crossing a body of water looks interesting. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Use today and tomorrow to plan the actions for the rest of the year. Do the research, but don't be lieve everything you read. Keep the money in the bank. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Make sure / you're linking up with an ex pert, especially around fund ing. There's power in numbers. Provide yourself with what you need, but don't get complacent. Travel light this time. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Let go of fantasies. Invest in the right tools to save money in the long run. There's a change in plans; take care. Outdoor walks are especially romantic. defends his choices to Maggie and Victor; Bo and Kayla vow to support their mother; Sami and Rafe decide to table their discussion about Nicole. GENERAL HOSPITAL Jason and Sam are face to face with Heather in a dan gerous situation. Has Olivia's hallucination turned into reality? Will Todd give into temptation and tell Tea the truth? Tracy and Luke commiserate over their rela tionships. Heather makes a life-threatening decision when she feels cornered. Duke is determined to get what he wants. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Phyllis' trial begins, as Summer goes missing. Phyllis trial takes an unexpected turn, while Jack delivers shocking news to Victor. Aries (Mar. 21-April 19)-Get down to the work for the next 2 days. Get your ideas into action without delay. You're gaining re spect. Pay attention to de tails. Love flows both ways. Taurus (April2o-May 20) Take more time for play over the next couple of days and be rewarded. Or at least take everything with a grain of salt and a good sense of humor. Consider all possi bilities. Question authority. Gemini (May 21-June 20)-Stay true to your vi sion and commitments, even as you revise them. It's a good time to find a bargain. Allow your feet to take you where they want. Cancer (June 21-July 22) Study the situation for a while. Meet with an im portant client or family member, and listen as if you're paying gold for every word. Practice something you love. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Tap another source of rev enue, looking at all possible angles. The upcoming days are quite profitable (and you're very popular). Don't fall for a sob story. Think about the future. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You have extra confi dence starting today. Your actions speak louder than words, so make them count. Gather practical information and advance. Remember an important appointment.

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Black College Football FAMU Falls Shon AUa n B Y TED TAYLOR The F lorida A & M University offense couldn't overcome a stubborn Howard University Bison defense that allowed the Rattlers to pass at will, but stuffed the run to preserve a 17-10 Bison victory, before 3,589. FAMU quarterback Damien Fleming was 26 of 41 for 228 yards and a touchdown, but the team could onl y muster 37 yards on 26 rushing attempts. FAMU scored first, late in the opening quarter on a 7-yard pass from F leming to slot receiver Lenworth Lennon. Early in the second, Howard trimmed the lead to 7-3 on a 48-yard field goal by John Fleck. Near the end of the quarter, Howard took the lead 10-7 on a 3 yard pass from .quarterback Greg McGhee to receiver David Wilson. FAMU tied the score at 1010 on a Chase Varndore 34-yard field goal early in the third quarter. McGhee sneaked in from a yard out at the 3:36 mark of the third quarter for the final tally. F AMU began its last drive at its 2-yard line with 3:53 left and drove to the Bison 9-yard line. The Rattlers missed two passes before the clock ran out. FAMU returns home for a 6 p .m. encounter with Savannah State on Saturday evening. It is a MidEastern Athletic Conference game and at 2-4, and following two straight losses by a touchdown, a win is needed against the winless Tigers. Tampa's Williams leads 'Cats To Victorv BY TED TAYLOR After a weather delay, an anxious, jam-packed Municipal Stadium Homecoming crowd of 10,181 witnessed a stellar performance by Tampa Jefferson's Quentin W iJliams, as be and the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats rallied to celebrate a 28-12 Homecoming victory over the North Carolina A&T Aggies Saturday in Daytona Beach. Sophomore Williams, who started his second game at quarterback, was nothing less than superb as he demonstrated his athleticism by tal lying 111 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He a lso passed for 128 yards and a touchdown, finishing the game with a total of 239 yards and three touchdowns. The Aggies got on the board first with a 24-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Lewis Kindle to re-ceiver Marquis Gorham, which was followed by a missed extra point. The lead would be short-lived as the Wi ldcats went on a 5-play 6o-yard drive to take a 7-6 lead as running back Isidore J ackson scored from 1 yard out. The Wildcats managed to increase the lead early in the second quarter as Williams facilitated another lengthy drive, this time going 67 yards with Williams scoring his first of the two rushing touchdowns, from 5 yards out, making it 14-6. Both defenses battled throughout the second quarter as the last score at the half came on a late 38-yard fie l d goal by A&T's kicker Zach Cimaglia, making the sc ore 14-9 The thir d quarter started the same way the second quarter ended as A&T wpuld have to settle for another field goal b y Q UENTIN WILLIAMS F ormer Tamp a Jefferson Q B Cimaglia, this time from 36 yards out, cutting into the Wildcat's lead, making it 1412. However, that lead wou l d soon inflate and Williams and the Wildcats would prove to be too much for the Aggies to handle as an So-yard drive that grinded up 7:28 of the third quarter led to a 6 -y ard touchdown pass from Williams to S c ott, making the score 21-12. With a 21-12 lead in the fourth quarter, Williams did a fine job managing the rest of the game with smart reads and play calling, as the Wildcat defense contin ued to frustrate the Aggies offense Williams would eventually put the Aggies out of their misery when be scampered for his second rushing touch down o n a 31yard run, closing out the victory Next Saturday the Wil dcats 4-2 (3-0) will be off as they prepare to battle Norfolk State University in Daytona for the Second Annua l Biker Classic, on O ctober 20th, in a key Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game The Spartans are the 2 011 MEAC Champions, but are having a rebuilding year at 24 and 0-3 in the conference. _________________________________ Youth Footbal League Director Addresses Misinformation .About Concussions N 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Graha m Chapman has again released information regarding concussions of footb-all players, and is pointing at the youth leagues to discourage par ents from allowing their son's to play Orlando Gudes, local director of the Unity Youth Football League, said to release that kind of informa tion is a bad move in all the worse ways. "Parents who want their kids involved in youth foot ball are given all the infor mation possible, and they are made aware of the pro cedures we have in place to ORLANDO GUDFS protect their children. "If any kid has been diagnosed with a concussion or head injury, under our rules he cannot play unless he' s been cleared by a physician, and we've received the prop-er documentation. Gudes said before any kid returns to the field, their parents have to complete a resume to play/participate form. Dr. B a rbara Morris from the University of South Florida has been working with my group, and put on great presentations before us and the parents. She also has addressed other medical ...&. N issues like dehydration .., "Although we believe we've b taken every precaution to :::U protect these kids, the final 6 decision always rests with the parents." m Gudes said the number of kids involved in youth foot z ball leagues has grown each p:! year. m c: r-z ,"C c: m r-(i) % m c BLICKLAWFIRM Helping the HUrting Accidents Injury Criminal DUI 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE. m m C/) c ,.. z c

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Nr------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S arts Fans Can bpect To See More 11 Blount I n Game Against Chief s 0 Although the Tampa Bay Buccaneers used their first C pick in the draft on Boise ff State running back Doug Martin, they are saying LeGarrett Blount is not out of the picture. Last Sunday starter Matt Cassel suffered a head injury, and fans at Arrowhead Stadium cheered as he lay motionless on the field. c a: LL. c z c( c en w :: > a: w > w c w ::r:: en :::i m :: D. z i= w ...J ...J :: m ...J w z i= z w en c(, c a: 0 ...J LL. On Sunday the Bucs will be coming off a bye week to host the Kansas City Chiefs in a 1 p. m. contest at Raymond James Stadium. Buccaneer head coach, Greg Schiano, has announced that Blount has shown improvement during practice, and will be expected to get more carries Sunday. So far, Blount has only 13 carries in 4 games. The Bucs ground game has LEGARRETf BWUNT n t been impressive this sea son with both Martin and Blount averaging less than 4 yards per carry. The Chiefs will enter the game with their own set of problems, the biggest coming at quarterback. EarlLmnard Supervisoro/Elections Public Meeting Notice Backup, Brady Quinn, came in for Cassel and com pleted all three of his pass attempts for 32 yards. The Buccaneer defense has held opposing ru.nning backs to 3.2 yards per carry in their 4 games so far, and that statistic will be challenged Sunday. The Chiefs are expected to feature powerful running back Jamaal Charles, who is coming off a 140 yards on 30 carry performance last week. Hillsborough County Canvassing Board Schedule for the November 6, 2012 General Election The Hillsborough County Canvassing Board will convene at 11:00 a m on Wednesday, October 17,2012 to conduct a Logic and Accuracy Test of the ballot tabulating equipment that will be used in the November 6, 20J2 General Election. This meeting will be held at the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road, Tampa, Florida. In accordance with the Sunshine Law of Florida, all meetings are open to the public, the press and representatives of political parties. All canclidates or their designated representative are inv i ted to attend The purpose of this test is to ascertain that the equipment will correctly count the votes cast for all offices and on all measures. This test is held pursuant to Section 101.5612 (l) Florida Statutes and verified by the Canvassing Board. At the October 17, 2012 meeting, the Canvassing Board will also designate a Canvassing Board Member to represent the Canvassing Board during the opening and processing of the absentee ballots, which will begin on Monday, October 22,2012 at 9:00a.m. at the R
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Sports Victor Cruz Stars In New President Barack Obama Campaign Ad VICI'ORCRUZ There's more to Victor Cruz than suave salsa moves and impressive touch downs, as the New York Giants wide receiver is appealing to Latinos to vote for President Barack Obama in a new reelection campaign ad. "Being half Latino, it's been a long ti me since we've actually had a voice like this and had someone who really cares about the Latin community," Cruz says in the new video. "An d we need to go out there and let our voic es be heard." usain Bolt savs He'll Delend Titles USAINBOLT AUCKLAND, New Zealand Usai.n Bolt will aim for a three-peat of Olympic sprint titles in the 100 and 200 meters at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, rather than trying out a new event. After Bolt became the first man to successfully defend both sprint titles at the London Olympics, he was coy about his prospects of competing in Rio, and there was speculation he could switch to the long jump or 400 for a new chal lenge. But during a promotional visit to New Zealand on Monday, the self-declared living legend" said his plan for 2016 "is all about just going and defending my titles Owens To Jets: tet's Make It Happen' TERRELL OWENS If the New York Jets are still looking at options at wide receiver, Terrell Owens believes he'd be an upgrade. Owens, who spent part o f training camp with the Seattle Seahawks, said via Twitter during Monday's loss to the Houston Texans that he's ready if the Jets call. "Hey JETS!!! I'm available! I'm ready, willing & able! Call my agent@JordanWoy & let's make it happen," Owens wrote. Coach Rex Ryan said last week that street free agents such as Owens, Plaxico Burress and Chad Johnson weren't viable options for the team in filling Santonio Holmes' spot on the roster. Penn State Coach Sentenced To 30 To 60 Years For Child Abuse JERRY SANDUSKY A Pennsylvania judge sen tenced child predator Jerry Sandusky, who is also a for mer football coach at Penn State, to 30-60 years in prison Sandusky was convicted in June of molesting 10 boys over 15 years, all of whom were participants in Sandusky's charity, The Second Mile. While the maximum sen tence for those crimes is 400 years Judge John Cleland decided on 30-60, telling Sandusky he'd be in prison "for the rest of your life "'" ::0 6 Bears Not oscussing Extension With Smith l< 0 0 d Ill m ::0 LAKE FOREST, Ill. General manager Phil Emery says the Chicago Bears have not discussed a contract extension with coach Lovie Smith. Emery said Wednesday there are simply "not enough hours in a day during the season and that he prefers to negotiate during the offsea son. Smith's contract doesn't expire until after the 2013 season. The Bears are in a WVIESMITH good spot head ing in to their off week with a 4-1 record and a share of the NFC North lead with Minnesota. .... 1\) N 0 .... 1\) Patriots' Faulk Ofliciallv Retiring FOXBOROUGH, Mass -It was tough for Kevin Faulk to leav e football. The team's career leader in all-purpose yards made it cial on Tuesday after two injury -plagued seasons. He formally announced his retirement after 13 memorable years in a ceremony at the team's Hall of Fame attended by owner Robert Kraft, coach Bill Belichick and seve ral teammates. I never thought I'd be say ing I'm retiring from football," Faulk said, "and. I never thought I'd have three of KEVIN FAULK "T1 I 0 ::0 6 ,. fJ) m these. Z :::f That 's when he took out the z Super Bowl championship m rings he won with the only 1 team he played for since the Patriots drafted him in 1999 1 in the second round out of J;; z c: UJ r-c;; :::z:: m """' c: m fJ) c ,. z c "T1 c

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Entertain Female Rapper Wants T o T ell Her Storv w ID g >;' a: LL In a bold declaration of gay pr i de rapper Teddy Bee, is setting out to dis pel the myth that male MC' s are supe rior to their female counterparts. want to represent that and tell people to not be afraid to speak out about wh at 's going on in their lives and to not accept being judged by others. Ted.dy Bee's love affair with music began at an early age. At the age of 5, she started TEDDY BEE Teddy Bee said there have been times when she felt like just giving up, but she always gets writing poetry, and used music as an outlet to express her inner most thoughts. "I've really been into music my entire life, and in 2009, I began to take it seriously. My first released single, "Stupid High, gained me notoriety, and sent out the message that what I do is for everyone." Teddy Bee said she's on a campaign to promote Rainbow Thuggn ," a term that means to be successful without anyone s permission. "My p l an is to be that person that stands for everyone's free dom as an individual and I c a: LL c z ct c en w i= c w J: en ::J ID :::::) D. z lij _, _, encouraged by her fans to keep ongoing. "My ultimate goal is to be successful, and create opportu nities for other artists to go ahead with their dreams, and take a chance. Teddy Bee said she'll be the first to admit she's made mis takes along the way, and those experiences have made her stronger. "I've always believed it's not what you do, it's how you do it," she said. To find out more about Teddy Bee, visit her Facebook page, Teddy-Bee, or check her out on YouTube :::::) ID _, "GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN" w z i= z w en a a: 0 ;.,J LL d solely upon a !IV 61'l1Mm&nta Belote )'Oil decldo, au us to a on d you tree wrttt.n lntomatlon,

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Entertainment Dr. Ore Presents Kendrick lamar DR.DREAnd KENDRICK LAMAR When Dr. Dre goes all in behind a rapper, he has a tendency to create legends. As evident in this com mercial for g.o.o.d. kid m.A.A. d. city, Dr. Dre re minds you of his track record with Eminem, 50 Cent and The Game. If this album is as suc cessful as the predecessors debut albums, it is a safe bet that the good doctor will never, ever, ever release Detox. At this point, why would he? The top man of the 2012 Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Kings list introduces his newest star player. g.o.o.d. kid m.A.A.d. city hits stores on October 24th. Shvne Calls Rick Ross A tiar' And Misspells Bar Mitzvah RICK ROSS vs. SHYNE Shyne has a problem with Rick Ross. The rapper born Jamal Barrow, who converted to Orthodox Judaism and now goes by Moses Levi, has taken issue with Rozay call-ing his new mixtape The Black Bar Mitzvah. The former Bad Boy rap per vented his frustrations via Twitter. Shyne Po started his Twitter rant by referencing Ross' past gig as a correc tion's officer. "Rick Ross was a cop. He remind me of Ice T from New Jack City. What he know about that life? Too many bodies & sen tences for all that lying," he tweeted. lil wavne And Stevie J caught Kissing In Club liVil LILWAYNE AndSTEVIEJ In an event of Ground hog's Day-like proportions it is alleged that Lil Wayne has been caught kissing an other man on the mouth again. A cell phone video caught Young Money CEO and rap superstar, Lil Wayne, allegedly planting a wet one on Love & Hip-Hop star and r e cord producer Stevie J In this video, Wayne is standing on the makeshift stage of the popular Miami club LIV at the Fontainebleu Hotel and after a short con v ersation, it looks like Weezy and Stevie peck each other on the mouth or very close to it. The phone call doesn't go as planned as Stevie dances around the issue and says he was in Los Angeles with Joseline Hernandez. Stacev Defends Pro-Romnev Stance We know that not all of Hollywood skews left, but actress Stacey Dash has had to run STACEY d ef e ns e after DASH publicly supporting Rep candidate Mitt Romney. Along with sharing quite the patriotic photo, Dash encouraged her followers to Vote for Romney. The onl y choice for your future," and has since been deluged with opposing commentary. Following her tweet, Dash received replies such as, "B**** we know the only reason you tweeted that Romney s**t was so you can taste what it feels like to be relevant," and, "just like that @REALStaceyDash is excommunicated from the Black Community ... stupid ity at its finest." Another user questioned "all racial issues aside," how the actress could support Romney as a woman. Dash, who mainly re sponded to the criticism with lots of "lol's, explained that while she did vote for President Obama in 2008, "I don't vote because of race or skin color .... at that time he was the best candidate, It's different this time." "My humble opinion ... ," she added. "EVERYONE is entitled to one." ., :!! c Public Enemv, N.W.A. Among Several Nominees For Rock 'N Roll Hall 01 Fame Induction a The 25-year (and still going) existence of seminal rap crew Public Enemy and their relevancy in today's crowded market serves as a testament to front man Chuck D's insistence to keep up with current trends and not fading away. Although not as sonically linked, pioneering rap quin tet of Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, the late Eazy-E, MC Ren and DJ Yellacollectively known asN***az With Attitudes (N .W.A) has maintained legendary status although the group has long OJ been defunct. The two g:J groups were announced as ....r. nominees for the coveted Rock 'N Roll Hall Of Fame inductions. 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0 Funerals N .. ,.... and were blessed with 51 years other friends and sorrowing Aikens MRS. MARILOUISE HARDRICK Homegoing services for Mrs. Marilouise Hardrick of Tampa, who passed away, Oc tober 6, 2012, will be held on Satruday,October13,2012,at 2 p. m. at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, 2606 W. Grace St. with, Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Marilouise Hardrick was born to the late Mr. June Willis and Ms. Sadie Thomas and Hattie Valdez on May 2.4, 1935, in Cairo, Georgia. Mrs. Hardrick moved to Bradenton, FL, as a very young child. She attended public '""' schools and later on moved to C Tampa. t She graduated from Middle U. ton High School. Upon graduC ating high school, Mrs. :i Hardrick attended Erwin Technical Center and gradu ated as a nurse. C She accepted Christ at an 0 early age and was a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic tChurch. She was a loyal em?; ployee of the Hillsborough County Department of Aging Services for 28 years, within w that time she established a C great working relationship W with many. Upon retiring in l: 2010, she received numerous 0 awards and plaques for dedi:::i cated service to Hillsborough County Aging Services. a. Marilouise and Melvin z i= w ..J ..J : m ..J w z i= z w 0 C t 0 ..J u. of marriage. She enjoyed read-relatives. ing and playing bingo. A special acknowledgement She was preceded in death to the Boyant, Knight, Denson, by: her husband, Melvin Bailey and Hardrick families. Hardrick, Sr.; mother, Sadie The viewing will be held at Thomas; father, June Willis; Aikens Funeral Home on Fri-raised by, Hattie Valdez; day, October 12, 2012, from s-mother-in-law, Allene 8 p. m. The family wiD receive Hardrick; sister-in-law, Mil-friends from 6-7 p.m. The fam-dred; brother-in-law, Horace, ily and friends are asked to Jr., Orange and Otis Hardrick; meet at the church on Saturday niece, Janis Bean; and sister, for the service. Marie Alexander. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME She leaves to mourn her passing with: her 2 daughters, Rhonda Diane Butler (Cyn thia), and DeAndrea Willis (Charles); 2 sons, D'vonn Hardrick (Uhura) aitd Marlon Butler of Tampa; 21 grandchildren, Luther Green, Marlon Green, Dvonn Gree.n, Michael Green, Terrell Moore, Dvon ndrea Blackmon (Nick), Jalen and Tyrin Hardrick, Demerick Johnson, Tominiue Pickens, Dvontay and Raven Wimbush, Octavia Butler, Xianna and Dvonneisha Hardrick, Clarence Mathews, Latalatis Edwards, Javon Saffod, Ragan Willis (Eric Blue), Courtney Willis (Terrence) and Rashun Pressley; 21 great grandchildren; special great-grandson, Ronald Boyd; sisters, Alice Bland (Eddie) and Juanita Hines (Ciare1;1ce); sisters-inlaw, Emma Price (Roger), Dorothy Delmac and Elizabeth Hardrick; nieces, Paula Watts (Charles), Dale Brinson, Gail Bacon and Carolyn Houston; nephews, Amos Castillo (Char maine), Leon Bacon and Dwain Bacon; cousins, Earon Cuffie and her husband, Mar vin Martin, Grethel Mae Baker Moss (Miami, FL), Charlie and Dorothy Thomas (Plantation, FL), Alvin Baker (Perrine, FL), Debra Burnett (Miami, FL) and Elizabeth Campbell (Boynton Beach, FL); other relatives and special friends, Mary Malcolm, Sadie Bryant, Mercy C. Bolden, Pamela Knight, Pamela Bryant, and the Hillsborough County Department of Aging MRS. RUTHA MAE LEMONS MATHIS Homegoing services for Mrs. Rutha Mae Lemons Mathis of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, October 5, 2012, will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 N. 30th Street, with Apos tle James H. Howell, officiating. The interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Rutha was a dedicated member of Cathedral of Faith Church and enjoyed baking, playing bingo and participating in activities at Fairoaks Community Center. Rutha was educated in the Hillsborough County School System and employed at St. Joseph's Hospital where she retired in 1985. She received Christ at an early age. She was preceded in death by: parents, George and Arce ola Lemons; sisters, Johnnie Mae Canady and Barbara CulpepPer; sons, Paul John son, Ronald Johnson and Ty rone Johnson; and brother, Ulysee Lemons t-5001--N-. 40th--s-treet_. 813 626 8600 HOfVEGOING Cflff:lfl,\TION She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: daughters, Gwendolyn An drews, Diane Thomas (Atlanta, GA), and Daisy Gaynor; son, George L. Mathis; grandchildren, Reginald N. Williams, Trinia Andrews, Kesha An drews, Tynette Gyden (Wal ter), Xavier Johnson (LaShawn), Negil Johnson, Shamika Upshaw (Lakee), Kevin Lewis (Winifred), Dac quire Johnson (Monica), Brit tany Palmore (Michael), Latreese Britt, Hakeem Jones, Reginald Gaynor and Regine Gaynor; 33 great grandchildren and 6 great, great grand children; brother, Willie Lemons; sisters, Mary Ruimph, Margaret McQuay, Daisy Shepherd, Laura Brown and Gloria George; aunt, Mae Frances Rise (Boston, MA); daughters-in-law, Canady Johnson and Bevain Johnson; and special friend, Joseph Levy Bell.
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REV. JOHN MILTON RUTLEDGE Services for Rev. John Mil ton Rutledge, who transitioned from this life on Tuesday, Octo ber 2, 2012, will be held on Sat urday,October13,2012,at11a. m. at Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 W. LaSalle Street, with Rev. GregoryV. Gay, Sr., offici ating. Interment will be on Monday, October 15, 2012, at the Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Rev. Rutledge was a native of Warrington, FL, and a resi dent in Tampa for over thirty years. He served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. He received the call to min istry in 1961, and following in his father's footsteps con nected with the African Methodist Episcopal Church, becoming an ordained elder. "Rev.," as he was affectionately known, pastored AME churches in the Florida Pan handle which included: Apalachicola, Milton, Lynn Haven and Port St. Joe and churches in Green Cove Springs and Ormond Beach, before being assigned to Mt. Olive AME Tampa. His tenure in Tampa lasted 21 years and in March of 2002, he retired from the pastorate leaving behind a legacy of leadership and pro grams which are prevalent in Mt. Olive today. Known for his booming bass voice, Rev. Rutledge loved to sing, but his greatest passion was people. He had a "common touch" which affected the lives of men and women of all walks of life. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Rev. John Mil ton and Charity Beatrice Rut ledge; two sisters, Edna Andrews and Mildred Cornish; three brothers, Rev. Burrell, Ernest and Willie Rutledge; a daughter, Angela; three grand children, Timothy, Junior and Katrina; and a great-grandson, Lorenzo. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Barbara; his children, Esther Belinda Rut ledge-Outten, Catherine Sta bler, Vicki Carter, John Milton Rutledge, Jr. (Joanie), Patti Barnes, Debra Collins (Dar ryl), Willie Sylvester Rutledge (Sonja), andAfi Y. Pittman; his sister, Erma Jones (John); 16 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, October 12, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and from 9:30a.m. to the time of service on Satur day, October 13 2012, at Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 W. LaSalle Street. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. BOBBY LEE WINGATE, JR. Mr. Bobby Lee Wmgate, Jr. of 3409 East Shadowlawn, passed away Saturday, Sep tember 29, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev erend Richard Woodberry, of ficiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Bobby Lee Wmgate, Jr., a native of Hillsborough County and a resident of Tampa for 49 years, attended Hillsborough High School. He was a self-employed land scaper at Love's Lawn Service. He leaves to cherish his memory: his baby girl, Barbie Wingate; his middle child, Janean Davis and her hus band, Noah Davis; and oldest daughter, Aramita Wingate; grandchildren, Keevaughn Sheggog, Jr., and Julius Ger man, Jr.; sisters, Theresa Wingate Scott and her hus band, Henry Scott, Jr., and Lashaye Wingate; nieces, Sherri Wingate, Nicole Wmgate and Latisha Wingate; great nieces and great nephews, Mik'kia Mack and Ja'hood Brown, Reshawn Yates, Mik'nicea Dale, Treyvon Dale, Sa'naa Wingate and Josiah Wingate; aunts and un cles, Kenneth and Hilaro Rivers, John and Angelion Smith, Claude and Vanderlyn Jones, Lula Bell Williams-Fenneil and husband, Woodrow, Elishia Williams and J. P. Williams; cousins, Roosevelt Williams, Shardaye Williams, Cheaka Robinson, Archy Robinson, Andre Robinson, and Angelion and her hus band, Mike Honor; very special friends, Kim Simon, Kaysonia Hollis (his children's moth ers), Rico Carswell and Lil' Joe Williams; and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 12, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 'N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com ZEZONY SIMS ALLEN 12/6/5910/12/2011 Not a day goes by that you are not sadly missed by: Leonard, Robert, Maurice, Gloria, Y'yony, Kasony, El more, III, Q'quony, Tony, Camand friends. SIS. LUCILLE A. JOHNSON-HICKS On October 7, 2012, God found it best to call our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, Sis. Lucille A. Johnson Hicks of 4211 LaSalle Street, from labor to reward. Sis. Johnson-Hicks was born on August 4, 1942, in Monticello, FL, to Mr. Carlton Armstrong, Sr. and Mrs. Lu cille Armstrong. A celebration of life for Sis. Johnson-Hicks will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memo rial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, Rev. A. L. Randall, officiating. Lucille was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. She graduated from Howard W. Bake High School. Sis. Johnson-Hicks at tended Joy Temple Church, Tampa, Rev. Willie Long, pas tor. Sis. Johnson-Hicks enjoyed singing and traveling the coun try. with Sis. Maude Jackson, The Gospel Cavanetts. She was the founder of the Heavenly Gospel Singers with Pastor G. Moreland. She was preceded in death by: her sister, Shirley Fleming. She leaves to cherish loving memories with: husband, Bro. Peter Hicks; children, Solomon Johnson (Kim) of Houston, TX, Linda Jordan of Tampa, Kenneth Johnson of Tampa, Curtis Johnson (Stacy) of Atlanta, GA, Jermaine John son and friend, Natasha of Tampa, and Dejaniqua Bailey of Tampa; siblings, Deaconess Martha Gunn (Willie), Carlton Armstrong, Jr., Carsel Arm strong (Ann), Johnny Wllliams and Carolyn Williams, all of Tampa; godchildren, Rev. Mable Smith, Loretha Barthel, Susan Mays and Veronica Hudson; aunt, Louvenia Till man; and uncle, James Till man of Tampa. Sis. Johnson-Hicks is also survived by: 23 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; and spe cial friends from Life in Christ Ministries and The Pilgrim's Rest Missionary Baptist Church family. Visitation and wake services will be held on Friday, October 12, 2012, at Pilgrim's Rest Mis sionary Baptist Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, from 6-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday, Octo ber 13 2012. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, L.F.D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MR. CHARLES MCCASKILL, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Charles McCaskill, Sr., who went to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 7, 2012, will be held Tuesday, October 16, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Allen Tem ple A. M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, Tampa, 33605, with the Pastor, Reverend David Green, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Born January 29, 1928, in Bagdad, FL, and attended school in Mobile, Alabama, he served as a Seaman for 32 years. He came to Tampa at an early age then met his wife of 63 years, Rosby of which from their union they had 6 children; 4 have pre ceded him in death; Voncile, Curt, Charles, Jr. and Jimmie. He leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife of 63 years, Rosby; daughter, Vernita; son, Gary; mother, Ms. Voncile A. Dry; grandchildren, Keilla, Tavares, Jimari, Javen and Nyanna McCaskill, all of Tampa; goddaughter, Court ney Green; cousins, David Hicks (Barbara), Helen Rutherford, Bonita and Juanita Dry, Eric and Ralph Williams, III, all of Tampa, Fred Young (Daisy), Douglas Young (Cheryl), Melvin and Kenny Young, David Young and Mentoria Smith, all of Pen sacola, FL, Darryl Dry of Philadelphia, PA, Laurie Dubois of Colonia, NY, Shirley Dry of North Carolina, Juanita Tate of Atlanta, GA, and Lillian Candace of Cincinnati, OH; special daughters-in-law, Dorothy McCaskill and Michelle McCaskill; dear friends, Mr. Jim Wallace, Mr. Stanley Mortimer, Clance and Cherryl Gordon, Rev. Janet and Carver Lee, Mr. Orlando Turner and Mr. Zanny Mount; and other relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Monday, October 15, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a.m., Tuesday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralbome.com MRS. ANITA HALEY STURKS Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Anita Haley Sturks of Tampa, who passed away Mon day, October 8, 2012, will be held Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 336o5, with the pastor, Reverend Dr. Evan Burrows, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Sturks was born Octo ber 10, 1942. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Mrs. Sturks was a ded icated school teacher for 40 years. She leaves to lament her de parture: a loving and devoted sister, Delores J. Hires and husband, Lawrence A. Hires, II; in-laws, Vivian Haley, Joe Sturks and wife, Vivian, and Donald Sturks and wife, Jan ice; nieces and nephews, Danielle N. Hires and son, Trent Timkee, and Austin Hires and wife, Elaina Hires and cltildren, Haley, Mimi and Dontae, Valerie Lampkin and children, Anitra Lampkin, daughter, Bahia and Keith Lampkin, Antoinette Arnao and children, Raymond and Michael Arnao, Anita Smith and husband, Timothy, and Anthony (Duke) Branton and wife, Christy and children, Haley and Joe Branton; step children, Sherri Sturks, Karon Sturks, Ezra Barrow and wife, Donita, Lee Rainey, George Duke and wife, Darlene, and Crystal Fant; loving cousins, Charles Gilbert, Crystal, Carla, and Kim and Eugene Williams; devoted friends of the family, Margaret Long, Arlie Page, Sis ter Louise Godwin, Sister Helen Godwin, Mrs. Evelyn Brookins, Eva Johnson, De wanna Knight, Tammy Jack son, Matron Sisters, the Doyle family, Freddie Shellman and family, Alton Goggins and fam ily, Timkee family and Deacon Bell; and a host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, October 12, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wUson-funeralhome.com IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIE B. HENDERSON Remembering Oct. 13, 2006, when our Heavenly Father called you to your eternal home. Our emotions were two-fold, sadness because you were no longer here, yet happiness for you were now with our Father. The Henderson and Brown families. ...... N N 0 ...... N "TT r-0 :!! CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r-z "'0 c: m r-u; :::1: m c m < m ?J -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c "TT :!! c

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funerai/Memoriams ..schools of Hillsborough a: County and was a graduate of Jefferson Adult School. 0 There will be a viewing from 5 9 p. m. and ilie family will reO ceive friends from 7-8 p. m., 0 Friday, October 12, 2012. Friends are asked to assemble at ilie church at approximately a: 1:45 p. m., Saturday for ilie U.. service. MR. DERRICK JULIAN DIXON, JR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Derrick Julian Dixon, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, October 6, 2012, will be held Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29ili Street, Tampa, 33605, wiili ilie pastor, Reverend Dr. Evan Burrows, officiating. In terment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. He leaves to cherish fond memories with: his daughter, D'e Riona Dixon; moilier, Tamyko Bailey; failier, Derrick J. Dixon, Sr.; sisters, Chamane C Canty and D'Najha Dixon; stepa: brother, Torrance Lee, Jr.; maU.. ternal grandmoilier, Sharon C Bailey (Paul); maternal grand z father, Frankie Bailey; pater<( nal grandparents, Janice L. Aniliony and Bob Anthony and 0 John L. Dixon; maternal great C/) grandmother, Lujean Bailey; W paternal great grandmother, Willie Mae Lawrence, Boston, a:> MA; niece, Mi'Chyria Jenrette; nephew, Jeremiah Freeny; un W cles, Frank (Crystal) Bailey, 'Gj Jr., Travis Bailey and John D. 0 Dixon; aunt, Tonya Bailey; w great aunts and great uncles, J: Arnold (Dorothy) Sails, Kevin CJ) Sails, David (Patricia) Bailey, :::J Tarasha, Latesha and David III; cousins, Conethia Watts, a. Oneka Lewis, Verdresa z Mitchell, Anita (Reginald) -Hudley, Kailiy (Tony) Jones, tij Toni Jones, Angela, Shanavia, .J Tangela, Jessica, Brianna, S Shaniqua, Ajabu, Alicia, Miram cle, Christopher, Lil Frankie, .J Bronx, James, Frankie, III, Ke W Moni, KeOni, Ky'Onna, Z JaKarih, Jaida, Tylia, Tevin, i= Kevea and Zaria Dixon; girlffi friend, Neshia Askiew; and CJ) many more relatives and loved a: 0 .J u.. ones. Mr. Dixon was born on Sep tember 13, 1992, in Tampa. He "A WILSON SERVICE www. wilson-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANTHONYW. LEWIS Happy biriliday wishes to our Dad. Gone, but not forgot ten. Wemissyouandloveyou. Love always: Anthony, Mark, Glenn and grandchildren. MRS. DOROTHY REED March 17, 1945-October 13, 2011 One year has passed since God called you to rest. Sleep on Bear." We will al ways love you, but God loves you best. Love, Henry, your children, grandchildren, great grand children, and entire fantily. Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy it b-as long as you can. Did you know it that tt most 'IIIOITlel"l, high-quaity mammography screening should begin at age -401 As risk factors vary in each V
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Crime Fight At Gas Station Ends With One Man Shot Several Times KEVIN TAYLOR .. shot several times during a dispute outside a gas sta tion. On Monday evening at 7:34 p. m., Tampa Police said two men were engaged in a shout ing match that escalated into a fight, and ended in a shootout. Police said the dispute was at the Sunoco Gas Station, 3401 East Hillsborough Avenue, and when it ended, Kevin Taylor, 35, had been shot several times. He was last reported to be in serious, but stable condition at a local hospital. Police said gunshots were exchanged between several people in the parking lot of the gas station, and one of the suspect vehicles was later found crashed and abandoned in the 3600 block of Comanche. No suspects have been iden tified in the incident, and police are still canvassing the area for the suspects involved in the shooting. They said they are looking for at least two black males. One Suspect Arrested, Second Being Sought In TeiDple Terrace Murder JOBREE PLATI ... shot to death after a night at the casino. EDWARD LARRY ... in custody as an accessory to the crime. GARY BROWN, II ... being sought on murder charges. On the morning of September 4th, 21-year-old Jobree Platt and his cousin were returning to an apart ment at Village Oaks after a night at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino. Police said Platt and his cousin were confronted by a masked man in a corridor of the complex:. The masked man fatally shot Platt. Temple Terrace Police have arrested Edward Larry, 29, and charged him as an acces sory to the crime. A second man, Gary Brown, II, 29, is being sought on charges of felony murder, first-degree murder, and two counts of attempted armed robbery. Temple Terrace officials ask anyone with information on Brown's whereabouts to contact them at (813) 9897110. Arrest Made In Murder Of Orlando Musician CALVIN JONES On Wednesday, the Polk County Sheriff's Office arrested a suspect in the death of an Orange County musician. Calvin Jones, 26, had been sought for the death of Damien Rahim, 37, who was found dead at a motel in Polk County on September 15th. Detectives reported that Jones was found at a resi dence in the Poinciana area, and was arrested without incident. Rahim was found in a parked vehicle at the Days Inn Motel on Frontage Road. Officials said he had been shot to death. Suspect Held Whhout Bond On anempted Murder Charges PHILLIP WALLER On October 4th at 3:05 a. m., authorities alleged that Phillip Waller, 36, inten tionally drove his truck into a residence in the 5200 block of Morningview Walk in Plant City. Prior to driving the truck into the home, Waller report edly made threats to injure the occupants of the residence. As a result, detectives secured a warrant for Waller's arrest. On Tuesday, deputies arrest ed Waller in Valrico, and he's being held without bond on two counts of attempted first degree murder, possession of cocaine, armed kidnapping, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and battery. Armed Robben Suspect sought This is a surveillance photo of a man suspected of rob-bing a Sunoco Gas Station. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for help in identifying a man seen in a surveillance photo during an armed robbery On October 8th at 3:41a m., deputies said an armed sus pect entered the Sunoco Gas Station at 14516 North 22nd Street. The suspect reported pointed a gun at one of the clerks and later fired a shot into the floor. The clerk opened the regis ter, and the suspect removed cash before fleeing the busi ness. He was last seen running behind several businesses on Bearss Avenue. The suspect is described as a Black male, 18 to 21 years old, 5'7" tall, and weighing 150 pounds. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of this sus pect is asked to contact the Sheriffs Office at (813) 2478200. Squaners Misinterpret Adverse Possession law About 6 months ago, Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives rounded up a group of people who had allegedly seized homes in the area under the state's Adverse Possession law. Some of the homes had been burglarized and the locks changed, and in at least one case, a home had been seized under possession, then put up for sale Last Sunday, deputies arrested two women they say were' squatters who were using the adverse possession law in a scam to take over ownership. Samantha Margas, 39, and Tami Robinson, 43, were charged with two counts of invasion by false person ation, organized fraud, bur glary, and grand theft. Their bails were set at $69,500 each. Deputies were called to the 11,000 block of Laurel Brook Court on September 26th. The homeowner reported that strangers were living in his house. That homeowner had left the home vacant due to a problem with the drywall. When he returned, Robinson had moved in, detectives reported. Last Sunday night, deputies were called to a home on SAMANTHA MARGAS Crestlake in Riverview and found Margas, who said she had just moved into the home. She reportedly told deputies she had not purchased the home and wasn't paying rent. She also allegedly reported that Robinson was filing for adverse possession and she had a locksmith change the 0 locks on the house. :!! In that case, the homeowner was serving at Randolph Air (J) Force Base in Texas, and had m closed up the house before leaving town. z Deputies said what has been J!! happening is someone breaks IJJ into an unoccupied house and C: then files paperwork with the J= court in hopes of using adverse possession to assume z ownership. Under Florida statutes, peoC: ple can. ask a judge to award them tltle of the i)t:Oi)erty if <4 they fix it up and occupy it for ... seven years while playing the taxes. m Sheriffs Office spokesper-< son, Debbie Carter, said in

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 2012 B An enthusiastic crowd showed up at the Sun Dome at the University of South Florida on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, for the King's Men Tour. The tour included gospel greats: Israel Houghton, Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp and Kirk Franklin. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Energized Christian performer, Kirk Franklin delivered as the crowd expected. Israel Houghton was one of the King's Men on the tour at the Sun Dome. Rev. Calvin Jefferson, Jr. of Deeper Life Church and gospel radio program host Deleon Richards attended the concert. Jestina Cox and Pat Cooper attened for the concert. Cheryl Webb and Dr. Sydel LeGrande attended the concert. Gospel artist Marvin Sapp gave a superb performance. A reported 3,500 watched Donnie McClurkin perform on the King' s Men Tour. William Sanders and Brian at the concert. The Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood Choir opened the concert for the King's Men Tour at the University of South Florida Sun Dome. Cherie and Brian Bethune and Pastor Darrick and Angela Fullwood were among those in attendance at the Sun Dome. Joshondra Pace, Jennifer Geneus and Kristyna Fuller at the concert. Excited group at the King's Men Tour: Virginia Bland, B. Jackson Lee, Daniel Bland, Simone Reddick, Easter Curry, V. Turner, W. Chatman and J. Robbins.

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2012 Care Fest Is A Huge Success From left to right: Pastor Ricky Navarro, Ms. Callie, and C Carrie-An Navarro. a: I.L C On September 29th more Z than 40 volunteers pitched in to be a part of an annual C event called "Care Fest." 5} This year's theme was W "Making Caring 1: Contagious." fi: Care Fest is an event W where volunteers unite with community organizations to help elderly homeowners with repairs, landscaping, and even new appliances. This year, an 87-year-old amputee, affectionately known as Ms. Callie, was the benefit of the services offered by Care Fest. Pastor Cornelius "Big Bru" Hamilton from the Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINAnON WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chtlpter 1 (t&OO a Up) 220 E MJd1son Ste :+1110 T<:lmpJ. Fl 33602 www.fordlawfmn.org (813) 223-1200 Pastor Cornelius Hamilton (center with glasses pulled up) is surrounded by the volunteers who pitched in for Ms. Callie and the Care Fest. Walk Church, along with Pastor Trent Gilford from Faith Life Church, teamed up to make this hap pen for Ms. Callie. "We painted her house, inside and out, did some landscaping, and gave her a new stove and sink, said Pastor Hamilton. "We must thank the City of Tampa for getting involved and for the free debris pickup. We also appreciate the help of so many young people from the community who rolled up their sleeves, and pitched in to do this for such a nice lady." Pastor Hamilton said last year, Care Fest helped 386 homeowners with repairs.

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Florida law Requires West Tampa Business Owners Online av 2015 Concerned About Drop In Revenues Sentinel City Editor BY LEON B. CREWS Johnson said what makes "That's why I can't underlJ Sentinel Staff Writer matters worse are the sane-stand why they come up here N Currently, students are still issued textbooks in classrooms, but are being increasingly ex posed to technology. However, in two years, at least so percent of the textbooks will be digital. The changes will take place throughout the State of Florida because of Chapter 1006 of the 2012 Florida Statutes. In part, the statute reads, "By the 201S2016 fiscal year, each district school board shall use at least so percent of the annual allo cation for the purchase of digi tal or electronic instructional materials included on the state-adopted list." Ms. Karine Johns, Su pervisor of Instructional Mate rials for the Hillsborough County School District said, "This is a priority at the state level and the district level to meet the demands. We are aware that it is coming and there are things in the works." "The state is exploring op tions, not just with computers, but with I-Pads !-Phones, and E-Readers. We already have media centers," she said. Ms. Johns further said that for several years, many of the students have been using materials with digital compo nents. Ralph Smith, founder and CEO of Computers Group, Inc., said, "This new law cer tainly increases the need for or ganizations such as Computer RALPH SMITH Founder and CEO of Computer Mentors Group, Inc. Mentors throughout the state. "We still have 30% offami lies who are in the low or very low income range. They have either no computer in the home, or no Internet access. A computer without Internet, and these two things have to work together. We really have to work on getting a computer into every home." Recently a program entitled "Connect 2 Compete" came into existence. Its purpose is to provide Internet access to stu dents who receive free or re duced lunch. Smith said, "This is a very important step and we are very encouraged that this program will be honored." For additional information visit the Connect 2 Compete website at http: www.con nect2compete.org/ For All Your Insurance Needs And VISit Our Staff Ebone, Shirlene, Ken, Connie, Maya AFFINITY INSURANCE 8010 N. 56TH STREET TAMPA. FL 33617 (813) 989-7844 www.affinityinsurancetampa.com AUTO HOME .BUSINESS LIFE West Tampa business owners Huey Johnson, Dee Jackson, and Bernard Jordan say they have suffered tremendous drops in business, and they report that the rev enue losses may force them to close. Dee Jackson started a company that prints business cards, concert posters, and other items about a year ago. tions that have been put on his on the weekends, park in my business by Code Enforcement parking lots or along the Inspectors. street, and just sit there. It's "I had to actually shut like they are hoping something down for a while, because I will happen, but it never does." was told I was in violation of The newly formed West the city code. I was told I had Tampa Business Association to have some kind ofbarricade said they plan to have city ofput up to separate my business ficials look into this problem, from a residence next door. I and put a stop to what they also had my food vending consider harassment. truck shut down because they Councilman Frank told me I had to attach a tag to Reddick said he definitely my truck, although it's sitting doesn't agree that the business on private property and isn't owners are being harassed. broken down." "I don't believe the police Bernard Jordan, who presence has anything to do "Business was great up until a couple of months ago. Now, hardly anyone comes on Main Street, and some of the people who used to do business with me have taken their business some where else." owns the Zanzi-Bar Lounge, with their problems. I know at Huey Johnson said he's been set back by the city's Code Enforcement Division, as well as Tampa Police. "I feel I'm being targeted, and all I'm trying to do is make a living," said Johnson. "I don't understand why we are being picked on, but in my heart, I feel it's intentional. I think it's all part of a plan to push us aside and bring out siders in. My losses are in the hundreds per week now, and I can't keep this up much longer." o Serves Students Ages 16-21 Schedule 7:30AII:30AI 11:30AI:1PI OSiafaned School Day OSef-Paced Gfa1ulion OCrdfor WcniYoklarSer*e said he thinks the constant least one of them has adpresence of police at night has dressed specific issues with driven patrons away from his the city. business. "I have no explanation as "People won't come if they to why they have lost revenue. see police cars parked everyThe problem could be that the where. Even my regular cus-area has gotten a lot of bad tomers have stopped coming. publicity the past few ., "My revenue has dropped months." r-90%. I've spoken to the offi-Councilman Reddick cers, and was told they were said he's willing to meet with 6 under orders to be vigilant. It's the business owners to see )lo one thing with me hiring what can be done to improve them, and another with them what's going on in West z being here without cause." Tampa. :j Jordan said there have "I would welcome any of been no problems along Main them to call me and tell me exrStreet involving violent crimes actly what their concerns are, m or other criminal activity. and offer solutions." r z c:: m r-c;; ::z:: m c m -t c:: m en c )lo z c ., c OOn-le Clelrllll Tttnsition PlarliJt OESEIIdESOlSerticas -! Call today or OfreePuiJiiCTrWpntion oo.ae Fanly I OParenting Classes I

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c a: 1L c z c( c UJ w ::: tw Gj c w % UJ Ill ::: 11. z ...1 ...1 ::: Ill ...1 w z i= z w UJ a: g 1L LENAJ. Happy birthday to Ms. Lena J celebrating ori Oct. 14th with family and friends. From: Mom. look Who's Turning 2 AYANA Happy birthday, "Ya Ya." Love, Mommie and Daddy. LUMP And WIFEY Lump and wifey enjoying an evening together, once again. With much love!!! Tampa Fl 33610 813-37 4-9026 Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Or call for an Appointment Life we can Bind Coverap Immediately *"*low Down Payments low Monthly Payments ZVKHARI, a.k.a., PEANUT Wishing a very special little guy a happy birthday. He will be celebrating with family and friends at Lego Land on Saturday. Love: mom, Zsayai and grandmom, Sharese. MS. JANICE Happy birthday, Ms. Jan-ice. God bless my kids and family. He is not through with me yet, it's time for a new begin ning. So, I thank the Lord for let ting me see another year of happiness. Local Local Club Partners With Organization For Halloween Event Our Sisters-Our Friends Community Organization has partnered with the owner and manager of a local lounge for a special Hal loween giveaway for the kids. This year, Halloween will be on a Wednesday. Mrs. Sheilah Youngblood and her husband, James, are happy to an nounce that the Hollywood Nites Lounge will be spon soring the event in a vacant lot across the street from the club on Howard Avenue. "I think it's a wonderful thing Hollywood Nites is helping to give back to the community," said Mrs. Youngblood. "They really do a lot in the community, and never ask for any personal recognition. I think they should be recog-Meetings nized for their tireless efforts. They have a real passion for children and their future." Mrs. Youngblood said because the owner and man ager want to stay humble, they prefer their names not be used. Mr. Youngblood said the club's manager is a nice young man who always wants to do more. "In this day and time to meet two people who do so much without seeking any personal reward is special." A few details are still being ironed out for the event, but children are asked to come out wearing their costumes, and prepared to have a great time. For more information about this event, call (813) 965-5117. Tuskegee Alumni Club To Hold Meeting The Tampa Bay Tuskegee Alumni Club will hold a meeting on Saturday, October 27th, as 12 noon. The meeting will take place at the Enoch Davis Center in St. Petersburg FL. Public Saletv To Highlight Association Meeting On Thursday, October 18th at 6:30p.m., the Easter Heights Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch will hold their general meeting at the Williams Park Center, 4663 East Os borne Avenue. Guest speaker will be Representative Betty Reed, who will address the safety of the neighborhood and other concerns residents in the area have. Mr. Sam Mobley is president of the group, and be reached at (813) 628-4243 for more information. IIICPIIIIr&l eednl Planned Members of the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthly General Membership Meeting on Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m. The meeting will take place at Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 1924 E. Comanche Street. Reverend Zachary Hudson is the host pastor. Mrs. MaryEllen Elia, Superintendent of the Hillsbor ough County Public School District, will be the guest speaker During the meeting, nominations will be accepted from the floor for Officers and Executive Committee Members AtLarge, of the Hillsborough County Branch. Anyone wishing to seek office must be a member as of April1, 2012 and a member in good standing since September 25, to participate in the nominating process. Members of the community are encouraged to attend the meeting, ask questions, and discuss community-oriented is sues. Those attending can also learn about the most recent Civic Engagement update. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can con tact the Hillsborough County NAACP Branch Office at (813) 234-8683, or visit the website at www.hillsboroughnaacp.org. Dr. Carolyn H. Collins is the Branch President; Rev. Jay Jackson is the Religious Affairs Chairman; and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary

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Loca Binhdav Panv For Rav campbell Darele Campbell hosted a birthday party recently for her husband, Ray Campbell at their home. They were joined by a host of family and friends. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree, Ray Campbell, left, with some of his guests: James Hammond and Carol and Gary Hammond. Atty. Barbara Twine-Thomas and Jolie Cooper attended the party. James and Janice attended the party. Harold Jackson attended the party at the Campbell home. C. Davenport and Candy Felder were among guests. Walk-ins Welcome LORRAINE'S African Hair Braiding Studio 12909 N. 56th St. Suite 301 N. 34th Street Henry (Shake) and Cheryl Washington at the birthday party for Ray Campbell. .... ,... 288 www.shearexcellhalracademy.org Cosmetology Classes Enrolling NOW! The beauty industry provides many exciting opportunities to be creative, while earning an excellent income. Shear Excellence Hair Academy will prepare you to experience those opportunities. Call Today (813) 933-2468. clases de espafiol Also offering courses In: Restricted Barber Manicurist/Nail Technician Birdie Underwood was a birthday party guest. C) 'For more l tt(ormtlrloff IIIN!wt o11r lfll41111tlofl r11tu, tile ,,.4111ff 4dt of stll4cffts wllo com,lete4 til& m ''Oirtlm, llff4 otll., lm,ortllflt ,lesc visit r website lit, '{1

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;; called because some people adversity. faith! W still have the ways of their faDuring this rage against In verse 6o his last words a:l th him Stephen explains in are recorded. They were not asked them the quesgreater detail the vision he for him, but for those doing g tion, which of the prophets sees. He sees the heavens him harm. have your fathers not perseopened and the Son of man CiCC cuted (vs. 52)? He says that standing at the right hand of when they heard the word that God (vs. 56). But the more a: Holdlng On Unt-Il The End the prophets taught, the peohe preached the more they LL. ple were cut to their heart and closed their ears and wanted 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. Life brings with it various challenges and trials that will test a person s faith. It is easy to talk about having faith and trust in God when everything is going well. How wonderful it would be in life if the only time we had to profess our faith is when in the presence of our friends and supporters. This is not always the case. Stephen's life recorded in Acts 7:51-60 shows the faith necessary to survive in a world of unbelievers. Stephen's life was in jeopardy because of what he believed and what he believed in. Regardless of the threat against his life he still encounter and explain why there is so much spiritual re sistance. He identifies the people who are opposing him; they are stiff-necked, uncircum cised, resist the Holy Ghost, and follow the ways of their fa thers (vs. 51). People with these characteristics are often times stubborn in their ways, having wrong feelings in their heart, and yield not the power of the Holy Ghost preached the word of God. c His life gives you a glimpse it of some of the people you will LL. He compares their way of living with that of the fathers in the ancient days of the peo ple of Israel (vs. 52). Too often people function in the church the way they saw and heard their fathers. In some places pastors are having dif-c z Ill( c en w ::) .... w > w c w :::c: en ::::i m ::) z ti -' -' ::) m -' w z w en a: 0 -' LL. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service 1 1 :30 A M Evening Service7:30 P. M. Bible Studv -Bible Bancl-7:30 P. M Thursday Evening -YPVVVV 7:30 P. M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P. M MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and SpruceSt) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.' t IOddtJd, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP11 A M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B. T U ) 6 PM-lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORICLAIID, TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org gnashed their teeth at the to kill him (vv. 57, 58). P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, Fl33687 prophet (vs. 54). There will be times when the Sometimes the people will more you preach and make 784-1021 not like the word that God has clear the visions of God the put in your mouth. There are less people will hear you. some who cannot handle and The issue is not so much as choose not to accept the truth. what people do while you are When you speak a word that is preaching, but moreso, what true and that cuts people to are you doing while people are their heart they may not restoning and persecuting you? spond with thanks". While he was going through, But he being full of the Holy Stephen was still calling upon Ghost looked up toward God (vs. 59). This is when heaven and saw the glory of your faith in what you have God and Jesus standing at his seen in the spirit matters. right hand (vs. 55). When What do you do when you you are in a place that you are are preaching righteousness threatened because of the life and people are persecuting you live and the message you you? What do you do when preach, it is good to keep your you are preaching what God eyes lifted towards Heaven. says and the people still want The vision Stephen sees gives to run you out of the church? BROWN MEMORIAL Sunday School 9 :45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School .... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .. .. 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. aliCE liMY...,.,_..., MorninQ Prayer BAPIIS1' CIIIICH (Tuesday -Fnday) .... 9 A.M. 3 ) 248-3n9 Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP IIAmEW WILLIAMS Pastor ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worshi p 8 A.M. Sunday School-9 : 30A.M Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED "A Chun:b Where 1118 Love Of God Flows And 1118 Holy 6bost Is In FuR Collbol."

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;; f rogress Village News October Birthday Celebrants This month's birthstone is the Opal and the flower is the Marigold. How well we all remem ber Chubby Checker for the new dance craze called the "Twist." He celebrated his 71st birthday on October 3 2012. Other birthday celebrants are: Tiana Williams, Francis Hanna, and Dar rell Craig London (mem. 10/17). Birthday wishes are sent to Mr. Ben Brown, who celebrated his 85th birthday with daughters, grand great grands and niece from At lanta, GA. They dined at NEW MT. ZIOII M. B. CHURCH, INC. 251 1 Dr. ( 813) 748-H1(J1 lEY. WALTBl J. WIUIAMI Pastor Emeritus Ear1y Momilg Waship 7 :55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30 Morning Wofship-10 :55 A M Wed Family Ni{jlt 7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Cheddars in Brandon. The event was very enjoyable, we all wish him many, many more birthdays!! Happy belated birthday is extended to Clarence Vickers, who celebrated his natal day on October 8, 2012. We hope your day was all that you wanted it to be. May the Lord continue to bless you with many more birthdays!! Sick And Shut Ins Let us keep the sick and shut ins in our daily prayers: Alfonso Lee, Waymon Saffore, Marie Benson, Lena Jenkins, Ralph Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. SAINT .JA:\1ES A.M.E. CIICRCH OF PROCRESS \'ILL\(;E, ll'C. 5202 86th Sneet South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 .REV. MICHAEL B. PJUCE, I ....... S11nd.l\ Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Chureb School -8 : 45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A. M Williams, the Rogers family, Bertha Kemp, Shirley Coles, the Phil on family, Virginia Jackson, Lorraine Young, Lelia Felder-Moss, Mary Monts, Mattie Mills and Thomas Lake. Sympathy Our condolences are ex tended to Clifford Hill and family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Andrew Miguel Hancock, III. The funeral was held Satur day October 6, 2012 at Oak Hill M. B. Church, The Rev. Dr. Victor Ball, offi ciated. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance, and strength during this time of bereavement. Thought For Today "Cherish your visions and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VIUA&E 8722 Progress BM:t Tampa, FL 33619 Church Offioe: (813) 6771948 Pastor'S Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Offioe: (813) 677-5988 :Fax: 672 EMall. fboopvtampabay .rr .com DR. SAil MAXWELL, SR Senior Teaching Pastor AduiVChildren Worsh i p T imes 7'f30 A.M. & 10:55 A M !i:nfiiilllft Sunday : 45A.M Ad!Jt & Y outh/ Chiki'en T u esday11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P.M Y outh/Childr e n 7'f30 P M Adult A Sateftite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growif9 The Chtxch For Global Change (Acts 1:8, Rom. 1 : 8 1 The$. 1 :8) your dreams as they are the children of your soul, the blueprints of your ultimate achievement." Scripture (Psalm 23) The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pas tures, He leadeth me beside still waters, He restoreth my soul. He leadeth me in the path of righteousness ... My Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry Please write to: P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, 33689-0402, for free Bibles and greeting cards to Florida inmates. *Note: because of limited supply, we can only send (3) cards per mailing. We do not have large print Bibles, but can furnish you with an address to obtain one. Thank you for your pa tience. Tampa's own, Shane E. Anthony, Sr. just finished his first book called Amen caine Dream. For more in formation, contact this ministry. Shane is the son of the writer of this column (Glo ria Johnson). F.Y.I. Remember to pray for President Barack Obama and his family, the service men and women, public servants, volunteers, homeless, mtssmg, ex ploited, abused, incarcer ated and for each other. Remember our helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen at 813-741-9760. Call your news into Glo ria McNair-Johnson at her "new" number (813) 380-0341. GREATER BETHEL I iW M. B. CHURCH 1207 N. Jefferson S1reet(813) 229-1390 + 119th ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP DAY and REVIVAL Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr., Pastor Prayer Service October 16-18 Fellowship Day October21 Sunday School Morning Worship Revival October 22-24 6:30P.M. 9:15A.M. 11:00A.M. 7:00P.M. Theme: Serve The LORD With Gladness ELECTION DAY NO.6 0 0 d a::J m ::rl .... ,!') N 0 .... N ., r-0 :!! CJ) m z :::t z m r-aJ c: rr-!!J z ., c: a::J r-c;; :1: m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c ,. z c ., ::rl c

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m I CIO w (.!) NIKKI DANIElS, Executive Director of the Family Justice Center of Hillsborough County BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The month of October is National Domestic Violence Month. This year the Family Justice Center of Hillsborough County addressed the issue. On October 2 utilizing a unique platform the organi zation hosted a conference in which fifteen (15) faith-based leaders participated. More than fifty people attended the KEMBERLYALEXANDER ... Survivor and Keynote Speaker event. The 15 representatives then signed a proclamation that embraced the subject of domestic violence victims and their families within the com munity. The leaders declared to commit themselves to the fight against domestic vio lence by committing to sup port domestic violence victims and their families within their respective congregations. "Pastor Michael Neely, u ---October 14, 2012 -----. True Hope Pentecostal 4:00PM 1611 East MLK Blvd. Tampa, FL M\NISTER F\BB, Pastor ON PROGRAM WI L L BE VARIOUS CHOIRS QUARTET GROUPS AND GU E S T S FROM OTHER CITIE S .-.---October 21, 2012 ---Carver Recreation Center 7 :00PM 520 S ldlewood Avenue Bartow, FL ON PROGRAM W I L L BE VARIOUS CHOIRS QUAR T E T GROUPS AND GUESTS FROM OTHER CITI The Holy Propheteers would li ke t o thank you tor your ma n y yeal'8 of prayers and support E ach and everyone are cordia lll y i nvited to join us to ce l ebrate our 53rd anniversary If you are not ab l e to attend all of the programs please joi n us at one o f th e programs God Bless You. Please Joln us ln celebrating Pastor & Sister Garnett's 16th Patdor's Annlersary Sunday, October 7, 2012 @4:00PM Guest Pastor: REV. ANTHONY GREENE and First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Wednesday, October 10, 2012 @ 7:30PM Guest Pastor: REV ERIC CAMPBELL and Faith T emple MB Church Sunda y, Octobe r 1 4, 2012 @ 4 :00PM Guest P astor: REV. RICARDO ROBINSON Members of the Interfaith Group who attended the conference shown seated are: Cantor Deborah Jacobson, Temple Ahavat Shalom; Hassan Shibly, Executive Director CAIR Florida; Reverend Dr. Bernice Powell-Jackson, First United Church of Tampa; Nilufer Wilkens, Tampa Friends Meeting; and Major Dan Heard, Tampa-Hillsborough Area Commander, The Salvation Armyl. Shown standing: Katrena Faison, Living Hope Worship Center; Richard Behers, Spiritual Care Manager, Life Path Hospice; Cantor Riselle Bain; Reverend Virginia Walsh, United North Tampa; Pastor Timothy Kemp, Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church; Dottie Groover Skipper, United Methodist Church and the HeartDance Foundation, Inc.; Pastor Michael Neely, New Millennium Church; Reverend Phyllis Hunt, Metropolitan Community Church of Tampa; Betty McCray, Center of Manifestation; and Father Sean O'Brien, OFM, Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Senior Pastor of New Millennium Church s aid, "This now com pels us as faith leaders to sup port domest i c violence victims and publicly commit ourselves to work toward a day that all people will be safe i n their homes. The conference, which may be the first of its kind in the Tampa Bay area, brought together a diverse representa tion of faith-based leaders in the community Among those who attended represented religious backgrounds that included Chr i stian, Catholi c Buddhists, H indu, Jewish, Muslim, Quake r, and Unitarian believers In addition to shedd ing light on the adverse affects of domestic violence it also shed light on the various different religions in the ba y area and how that united for a common cause The Family Justice Center of Hillsborough County in conj unct i on with the Sp ri ngs pro vide assistance to victims o f domesti c violence Ms. Kimberly Alexander, a survivor delivered the keynote address The idea of hosting the confe rence was the collaborative effort of Ms. Nikki Daniels, Executive Director and Ms. Sherrail Brown, former Communit y Outreach and Education Coordinator both of the Family Justice Center of Hillsborough County The 2012 Annual Banquet THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 T 6:30PM-8:30PM GRAND HYATT TAMPA BAY 2900 BAYPORT DRIVE TAMPA, FLORIDA 33607 All proceeds from this sponsorship event benefit Abe Brown Ministries. Please join us i n celebrating the life of Rev. Brown and the continuat ion of his life's work. Live the Brown Legacynt Tickets $65 Table of 8 $750 For Rcgi .,trotion {Banquet Detail'>. Call or Visil: (813) 247-3285 I www.ABEBROWN.oRG MARKTINV 6Y d l b d lgltal,htbridge ... > ..... ...., ............. ..

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Local Pastor Is Concerned About After 30 Years, Minister Returns The Path 01 The CommunitV To Tampa For 3-Dav Revival a After 30 plus years, Pastor gospel for almost 20 years and Pastor Spencer Pittman was not born with a 'silver spoon' in his mouth, as the old adage says. Knowing poverty first hand, he sought a way out, seeking to do it his way. He recalls, "After every thing the world had to offer failed, I reached an all-time low. But -God had a calling on my life. God spoke specifically to me and told me to go to West Tampa to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. West Tampa has always been dear to my heart." Pastor Pittman says he understands the Spiritual War fare of hatred, social injustice, poverty and the nature of sin that plagues the community. "The church has a responsibil ity to reach out into the com munity reaching the "unarmed,., regarding their needs and expectations." With that in mind, his church, "Straight From the Heart," is hosting the 3rd Anniversary this week, Wednes day, Thursday and Friday, with worship and dynamic speakers each evening. Pastor Gerald Greene on Wednesday; Pastor Aubrey Hodges on Thursday and Pastor Terry Smith on Friday. The services theme is "New Road Ahead," Joshua1:9. "People want a way out. They want to feel a part and to PASTOR SPENCER PI1TMAN be heard. An atmosphere of love and fellowship is of fore most importance. Ministries are to step out on faith, never losing the vision," he stated. "I pray that God will con tinue to equip the ministry to make a difference in our com munity. God is calling us out of our comfort wnes to do a new thing in us. "Churches are vastly empty. Some have become a social gathering for events, fundrais ing, choir performances, and minister competitions. "We need to come out of the 4 walls and put love back where it belongs in the com munity. When we do things His way, He will keep us on the right road." For more information, con tact Pastor Pittman at (813) 470-0063 or go to straight fromthe@yahoo.com. Healing & Deliverance Pastor BBiy E. Cllatman. .It Pastor/Founder Temple of Deliverance Worship Center, Louimllt KY Hosted By: Abundant Ule Bmichmeat ChwdJ www.alechurch.org 4701 E. Hanna Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 October 22 -24, 2012 at 7:00 PM Theme : Standing Tall and Unashamed Friday Night Min. Eddie Durant Essence of Fire of Energized Faith Inc. Elder Lillian Thompson of Higher Dimension Worship Center Soloist. Brittany Bradley Northside M. 8. Church of Tampa yoUTH FUN DAY\ October 13th 10 a .m. Parking lot of Ught Of The World Deliverance 4701 N. 15th St. Fl SUnday Evening 4 p.m. Holy Outreach tor Christ A&Mmbly of God Triumph and Deliverance C O.G.I.C. PASTOR E. J. PIGGOn of Belle Glade, FL Pater, Apoatle J. L Jonn Co-PatiiDr, &.to Propltlt.a Jonn Youlll President, Elder IUcllft Allier Youtll Coonllllatar, .._latlaa Brown For More Information Contact: 813-234-9115 81 16 Billy E. Chatman, Jr. is compastoring for 7 of those years. ::D ing back to Tampa for a three-He was forced to retire from N day Community at the Louisville Fire Department w Abundant Life Enrichment as a Company Commander with Church, 4701 E. Hanna Ave., great honors after being diagN Tampa, 33610. The revival will nosed with Multiple Sclerosis in start on Monday, Oct. 22nd 2005. through Wednesday, Oct. 24th Elder Chatman is the Pasat 7 p.m. Come, be healed, be torandfounderoftheTempleof delivered, and be set free! Deliverance Worship Center, an Pastor Billy E. Chatman, exciting and thriving church lo-Jr., who is better known as PASTOR BILLY cated at 6104 Bardstown Road "The Voice of Deliverance," CHATMAN, JR. in Louisville, Kentucky. He is was born in Tampa. He grew up Holy Ghost. He says his life has the former youth president of in College Hill Church of God in never been the same. the Tri-State Youth Council. He Christ. Even. though he was born The fresh anointing on Pas-is also the founder of "Natural in Tampa, he was raised around tor Billy Chatman, compleBourne Leaders" mentoring prothe world. His father was in the mented with an insight in the gram, in which he cultivates the Air Force which forced him to revelation of God's Word, is leader within young men and spend most of his adolescent touching the hearts of people all women who others have given years overseas He has been to over the nation. up on. God has called him to be countries such as Taiwan, Ger-Pastor Chatman was a "Voice of Deliverance" to this many, Spain, Philippines, called to preach at the young age young generation. Japan, and Korea, just to name of sixteen, but did not accept the Pastor Chatman is the a few. call until he was twenty-one. He husband of Nikita L. Chat-At the young age of ten years studied extensively at the Inter-man of 20 years. He is also the old, Billy gave his life to Christ national Christian Bible College. father of Billy E. Chatman, and was filled with gift of the He has been preaching the III and Reonna Chatman. .. 2607 E. 24th Avenue Tampa, FL 813-241-241 1 Clll-radnl FanaiiV a FrleRIIs & Pin Slllll1 Sunday, October 14th Theme: **Working Together In Unify" Ephesians 4:3 7:45A.M. Speaker REV. WENDELL POPE, SR. 11:00A. M. Speaker ELDER ALFONZO BROUGHTON

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E:vent Voters RaiiJ In The Park a: w ID otA rally was held at Ragan Park on September 30th to register those whd had not registered and to make any changes that needed to be made before the October 9, 2012 deadline. The event was spon g sored by Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens Coalition. (Photos by Frederick Harris) cc c a: u. c a: u. c z __ 1 .Z{8JO P.M. 12:00 AM.) A ... mmediately After the Ball: Approxima.tarfl: is A.M. Sunday Morning (At the Doubietree Hotel Tampa Airport Westshore) W< Donation: $55.00 per person For tickets call (813) 239-2719 No 1lckets Will Be Sold At The Door!

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Stop Robbing Yourself "The price of greatness is responsibility." Winston Churchill Empowered greetings. Stop robbing yourself the way Arthur Berry robbed Arthur Berry. Who is Arthur Berry, you ask? He was a famous jewel thief that stole from the rich. He dressed like the rich, acted like the rich and spoke like the rich, but his moral compass was poor. He eventu ally served 25 years in prison. After being released, a newspaper reporter inter viewed him. He told the re porter of his various exhilarating adventures. But the one thing that stuck with lEHective Parenunu Strategies! Parenting is called "child rearing." Parenting is one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences an adult can have. Every child is born in the world with a pur-pose. It is a parent's responsibil ity to nurture, love, protect and guide a child to their destiny. Teaching children or a child how to resolve con flict is important in healthy child adjustment. Letting a child or children see the pos itive ways that parents cope with stress will help them to understand they must also find positive methods to handle their feelings and re solve conflicts. Today, the majority of par-me was that he also told the re porter that "when you write the story of my life, when you tell people about all the bur glaries, don 't leave out the biggest one of all... Don't just tell them I robbed Jesse Livermore, the Wall Street baron or the cousin of the king of England. You tell them Arthur Berry robbed Arthur Berry." Arthur realized that while he was robbing the rich, he was also robbing himself. So again I say, stop robbing your self. Stop robbing yourself of. your greatness by not capital izing on the gifts and talents God has bestowed upon you. ents are single women. Sadly, many women have ad ditional children by mates who are not taking care of the children they have from previous marriages or rela tionships. It is wishful thinking to believe that a man will take care of your children when has not taken care of the chil dren he has from a previous marriage or relationship. Thankfully, nowadays many grandparents are the custodial parents for their grandchildren. U n f o r t u nately, many fathers miss the opportunity to share in the Stop robbing yourself of precious time by not making full use of the 86,400 seconds that God grants you with everyday. Stop robbing yourself of your financial freedom by spending large amounts of money on material things, but you haven't invested any money in your financial future. Stop robbing yourself of a healthy and productive life by having unprotected sex smok ing, drinking, slipping and dipping, scheming and thieving. In life, whatever you do in the flesh you will also reap in the flesh. Whatever you sow lives of :their children. Research suggests when parents decide to divorce or separate, the entire famil y is faced with multiple stressors. As parents and caregivers it is important to understand how important it is to main tain stability and a level of normalcy. The most important factor for children's well being seems to be limiting the amount and intensity of conflict between parents and caregivers. Involving children in extra-curriculum and church activities are important in healthy child adjustment. into your life, that is what you will get out of your life. I challenge you today to start sowing a righteous seed. Stop robbing yourself and start robbing the grave of your greatness. Make up in your _. mind today, that you cannot and will not die, without being and achi eving all that God has designed for you to be and do. Until next time, be empow ered for greatness. To contact Selphenia Nichols-Simmons Email: theQ.Ueenofsuccess @yahoo.com. Follow her on twitter @queenofsuccess1 Facebook : Selphenia Nichols. Call 813-956-0185. Praying parents can raise God-fearing children. What does God say about parent ing? Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverb22: 6KJV. Dr. Reba is the author of the Covenant Connection Your Best Marriage Now. ., She can be heard at 0 Covenant Family Church lo:!! cated at 6323 US HWY 301 S g Riverview, Fl 33578 every en Sunday at 10 am. Dr. Reba is available to speak at your ::I next event. Vzsit.www.rebahaley.com rfor more information ,.. ,.. cauJames H. Adger Licensed Agent at 813-458-6218 If you fall under one of these categories you may qualify to make a Medicare Advantage Plan choice. Call to speak to one of our benefit consultants to choose the right plan to fit your needs. 1-855-431-1609 (TTY/TOO) 1-800-955-8770 7 days a week 8:00a.m.8:00p.m. Oct. 15th to Feb. 14th Monday-Friday 8:00a. m.8 :00p.m. Outside dates mentioned \WIW.floridahealthcareplus.com A Health Plan with a Me
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1/2 c. walnuts Roasted Salmon With Walnut-PePPer Relish Pinch of cayenne pepper 1 Thsp. fresh lemon juice 1 tsp. honey 2 Thsp. diced roasted red pepper 1 Tbsp. walnut oil 2 Thsp. extra-virgin olive oil 1/4 c. chopped fresh parsley Kosher salt freshly ground black pepper 2 Tbsp. chopped fresh chives 1 tsp. grated lemon zest 1 2-to-3-lbs. piece wild salmon (about 11/2 inches thick) DIRECfiONS FOR THE REUSH: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spread the walnuts on a baking sheet and bake until toasted, 7 to 10 min. Let cool, then finely chop and transfer to a bowl. Add the cayenne, lemon juice, honey, roasted red pepper, walnut oil, 1 Tbsp. olive oil and 2 Tbsp. parsley. Add 1/2 tsp. salt and black pepper to taste and toss to combine. (The relish can be made up to 1 day ahead; cover and refrigerate.) DIRECfiONS FOR THE SALMON: Raise the oven temperature to 425 degrees F. Combine the remaining 1 Tbsp. olive oil and 2 Tbsp. parsley, the chives, lemon zest, 1/2 tsp. salt, and black pepper to taste in a bowl. Rub the herb mixture all over the salmon. Lay skin-side down in a baking dish and roast until just cooked through, 12 to 14 min. Let the salmon rest for 5 min., then transfer to a platter and top with the walnut-pepper relish. Salmon Tacos 1 Tbsp. each taco seasoning mix and water 1 pouch Skinless & Boneless Pink Salmon 6 (6-inch) flour tortillas 1 cup shredded Mexican-style cheese 1 medium onion, chopped and 1lime 1 c. each cabbage mix, tomatoes, salsa DIRECfiONS: Mix taco seasoning with water. Heat mix ture in wok or skillet on medium heat until heated through. Stir in salmon and heat until hot; drain and set aside. Spoon salmon mixture into tortilla, then top with cheese, onion, cabbage mix, tomatoes, salsa and a squeeze of lime juice. Serve immediately. Kid-FriendlY Salmon 2 Tbsp. vegetable oil, plus more for brushing 4 Tbsp. soy sauce Juice of 2 lemons 1/2 onion, finely chopped 2 Tbsp. packed light brown sugar 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp. toasted sesame oil Freshly ground pepper 4 s-to-6-oz. wild salmon fillets, skin removed DIRECfiONS: Combine 2 tablespoons vegetable oil the soy sauce, lemon juice, onion, brown sugar, garlic, sesame oil, and pepper to taste in a bowl or large resealable plastic bag. Add the salmon and tum to coat; refrigerate for at least 3 hours, preferably most of the day. Preheat the broiler and line a broiler pan with foil. Place the salmon on the foil (reserve the marinade) and brush with vegetable oil. Broil for 5 to 7 min., or until the salmon is opaque. Meanwhile, strain the marinade and simmer in a saucepan over medium-low heat until slightly reduced. Serve the salmon with the sauce on the ., r-0 :!! en m z m r-m c: r r-gJ z ., c aJ r-c;; ::z:: m 0 m < m < .... c: m en c ,. z c ., :!! c ,,. .... m .... w I m

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wake Up av SIPPing conee Get Your Mind Right: Avoiding A Mental Burnout The caffeine in coffee blocks adenosine, a sleep-inducing brain chemical that builds up as the day progresses. To enjoy the perks of cof fee, sip of coffee throughout the day instead of down ing one big cup. Remember, no matter how big your coffee mug is, the adenosine-blocking effects wear off after just an hour or two. Boast A Sluggish Tbvraid If you're battling with a sluggish thyroid issue, these super nutrients will help. A Multi-Vitamin With Calcium And Magnesium Take 1 daily You ll get plenty of nutrients that will protect your heart, bones and more and they will also in crease your metabolism by 4%. Fish Oil Take a 1,000 mg. supple ment at breakfast, plus 1 serv ing of seafood daily. Inflammation-soothing omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil reduce a risk of conditions like heart attack and arthritis by so%. It also helps your thy roids bum fat faster. VitaminD Take 1,000 2,000 IU daily. Vitamin D helps your thy-roid work effectively. Vitamin D will also help your immune system by 40%. Zinc Take 20-3 0 mg. daily or eat spinach, asparagus, peas, seeds, shellfish or turkey. Zinc plays an important role in the production of thyroid hormones, boosts fertility and helps you fight off colds. Iodine Take 75-150 meg. daily. One teaspoon of iodized salt pro vides 400 meg. An amino acid in iodine i crucial to thyroid health and overall well being. Selenium Take 200-300 meg. daily. You can get this from eating eggs, chicken and nuts. Selenium is a key ingredient in thyroid hormone and also fights arthritis and cancer. Stress it's unfortunately a part of our every day lives as adults. Trying to tackle all of these stressors can often lead to total mental burnout which leaves us feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Taking the time to properly handle our day to day stresses and find a calming balance can help improve quality of life and give us that carefree peace of mind. Know What Stresses You Out Stressors can be internal feelings, external behaviors or external influ ences, and can come in many forms, such as changes in your relationships, chemical influences such as alcohol or nicotine, noise pol lution or physical depriva tions including not enough sleep. Take a moment to inven tory the things that cause you stress and make your life feel out of control. Knowing what those triggers are can help you spot them sooner and even avoid them all together. Change Your Often times when we get stressed our minds tend to start leaning to wards negative, self loathing thoughts. However, in order to get your mind right you have to decide to turn your negative thoughts into positive ones Start by simply checking in with yourself throughout the day and spinning your nega tives into positives. Don't take yourself too se riously and you'll start seeing a change in your mood sooner rather than later. Exercise You know we had to fit in working out somewhere! Whenever you're feeling stressed one of the best ways to get through it is by getting your body moving. __ 0 The endorphins released by a physical or positive mental acm tivity generate feelings of re-m laxation and optimism, just lJ .... what you need to counteract .!'> the stressors bringing you down. _. So hit the gym, go for a N walk take a yoga class or simply sit in silence and meditate anything that will help get your blood flowing and your mind clear. Give Yourself A Break! 0 n e of the main rea-sons our brains go into burnout mode is be cause we never give them a rest. Find ways to counteract your daily activities that will recharge your batteries. If you have a sales job and you talk to people all day, then "T1 turn your phone off at home. r Ifyou're stuck in a boring job g that doesn't mentally chal-c lenge you, find goal-oriented )It tasks to do at home or pick up a crossword puzzle. z Whatever you choose just ::1 make sure it gives you the much needed rest you der serve. m c r rz c m r= en :::t m c m < m -f c m CJ) c )It z c "" :::D c Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named the # 1 Hospital in Florida and named one of "America's Best Hospitals" in nine specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery Neurology & Neurosurgery Diabetes & Endocrinology Orthopedics Ear, Nose & Throat Pulmonology Geriatrics Urology Nephrology Additionally, TGH was designated high-performing in three other specialties: Cancer, Gastroenterology, Gynecology. We would like to thank our dedicated team of healthcare professionals for their outstanding patient care. For a referral to one of our physicians, please call 1-822-DOCS or visit www.tgh.org. TGH Tampa General Hospital Trated fer tar apertbe. Chtltl fw tur Cll'l."' Affiliated with the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine

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N c fE High School Celebrates Homecoming Victory On the evening of Sat., Oct. 6th, the Auburndale High School gym was trans formed into a dance hall of celebration for the Auburndale Bloodhounds. The homecoming dance celebrated the Friday night, 35-6 victory over the Teneroc Titans. And a special occasion for the Hounds, this was! The young ladies and gentleman were dressed in semi-formal attire for this very special occasion. Some of the gents in attendance were: Mason Mills, Jerry C Compere', Tristan Galichan, Bailey Ricks, c Curtis Macklin, Z Deaudrick Stephens, w Q w (/) ::; m ::;) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) ID MICHAEL R. SHAW ..J w z i= z w (/) ., ,. .. .. "' ........... ... ., ........... .... ................ ... May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to the sons: Ameer (Shani) Wright, Jahik (Kemba) Wright, Judge Timothy Coon, Barbara Davis, Attorney Kenneth C. Glover, Attorney Larry Hardaway, Kay Fields, family members, friends, professional colleagues, and the staff of the Polk County Courthouse in the passing of their loved one, Judge Karla Foreman-Wright. She was a Circuit Judge in the 10th Judicial Circuit/Polk County. A memorial service for Judge Wright was held on Sat. Oct. 6th at First Baptist Church in Bartow. Final arrangements were entrust ed to Gause Funeral Home, in Bartow. Shaw-NqfShout-Out! This week s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to the Lakeland NAACP Attorney Larry Hardaway, Attorney Kenneth Glover, Barbara Carpenter, Harold Silas, Denise Chambers, Gene Kelly, and the Lakeland Housing Authority. Also to Wand a Howard, Lake Wales, NAACP, the Polk County Supervisor of Elections Office, and all other persons/organizations who put forth great effort and work to inform the community about the importance of voting and to encourage voter registration Talk To Shaw-Nqf Shaw-Nqf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo &UD. or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! New lite Outreach Ministrv, Inc. To Host Annual Fund raiser LAKELANDNew Life Outreach Ministry, Inc. (NLOM) was founded in 1989 with a purpose of reaching out to men with life-altering issues in an effort to restore them to the fold by giving them hope and a future. County The celebration ban quet will be held at Victory Church Banquet Hall 1401 Griffin Road in Lakeland. The keynote address will be delivered by New York Mets 2010 Hall of Fame inductee, baseball great Darryl Strawberry a.k.a. the Legendary Straw Man. The chosen theme of this occasion is 'From the Hall of Fame to the Hall of Faith'. Its mission statement is "reaching the least, the lost, and the last of our communi ty to inspire hope, compas sion and love." Since 1989 numerous men have success fully completed the NLOM program of restoration, which includes attending substance abuse/alcohol treatment classes, support group ses sions, family reunification sessions, church and work. Programs at NLOM are designed to teach and restore LARRY S. MITCHELL The NLOM sponsored event will be catered by Texas Cattle Company. To learn more about NLOM and this upcoming event, visit: or contact Larry Mitchell, President/CEO-RPh, JD at (863) 661-9483. its clients to being productive members of their families and communities. On the evening of October 25, 2012, NLOM will celebrate 23 years of service to the community of Polk Surprise Gathering Held In Honor Of Couple's 50th Wedding Anniversarv On August 18th, Sylvester, Sr. and Mary-Catherine Gordon, formerly of Polk City, Florida arrived at the Golden Corral in Lakeland thinking that they were going to have lunch with a couple of family members. They were surprised to find other family and friends gathered in honor of their soth wedding anniversary. The couple enjoyed great fellowship and food ...... and the Happy soth Anniversary announcement that was made by restaurant staff via the intercom. The couple was joined in Holy Matrimony on June 11, 1962. They now reside in Rochester, New York. Some of the family and friends in atten dance were: Bishop John W. and Myrtle Smith, Karen Johnson, Sandra JohnsonWorlds, Evan Samuels, Prin'Shaun Grant, Corey Johnson Jr., Aaron Truedell Jr., Ja'heim Johnson, Ernest Axson, Anthony Axson, Therious Axson, Michael Shaw, II, and Jerry Compere'. (Photos by Shaw-Nuj) Longtime friends (L R) -Ernest Axson and son, Anthony Axson; Mary Gordon, Theorius Axson and Sylvester Gordon, Sr., enjoyed rem!niscing during the celebration. Among the Anniversary celebrants, Sylvester and Mary-Catherine Gordon, were from left to right, Jordaeshia Coleman, Jerry Compere', Michael Shaw, II, and Larry Coleman, I.

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Radio Pioneer wavne Brown Loses Battle To Cancer ATLANfA, GA-Wayne K. Brown, one ofthe most influ ential African-Americans in the radio business, lost his battle with liver cancer. With more than three decades of experience across broadcasting and marketing, Brown, 55, was considered a true industry pioneer. "Wayne was a wonderful human being," said Ms. Catherine L. Hughes, Chairperson & Founder of Radio One, Inc. "he made you feel like you were the most important person in the world when you were with him." Brown who was the VP/GM of Radio One 's Atlanta market for eight years, was WAYNE K. BROWN most recently the general man ager of Atlanta's Streetz 94.5 FM. Brown also served as sen ior partner and associate pub lisher of Who's Who publishing company. Prior to Radio One he spent 13 years at CBS Head quarters in New York City work ing for network TV & radio. Man Sues StriP Club After Pole lancer AllegadiJ RuPtUred HIS Bladder Patrick Gallagher is suing a Philadelphia "gentle man's" club after an overzeal ous stripper allegedly burst his bladder during a lap dance. In 2010, Gallagher and his friends were enjoying his bach elor party at the Penthouse Club when things took a painful tum. He was laying on the stage, ex citedly waiting for the dancer to slide down the pole and land on him. When she did, it was with such force that he claims she caused internal bleeding and he was forced to undergo surgery the next morning. He also allegedly suffered with nerve damage to his back and hip. According to the lawsuit filed Sept. 28, the dancer "neg ligently and carelessly slammed her body against plaintiff with such force as to cause signifi cant injuries." He is seeking $50,000 for medical bills, pain, humiliation and mental anguish. HS Counselor Fired Over Racv lingerie Pies TIFFANY WEBB NEW YORK Tiffany Webb, a Manhattan high school guidance counselor, was fired from her job last December by the New York Department of Educa tion (DOE), after racy lingerie shots of her surfaced that were taken before she was hired. Now the former educator is suing the DOE in an effort to get her job back. The 37-year-old educator, who was held in high esteem by her colleagues, was released last December, when a student found her photos online and brought them to the attention of the prin cipal of Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers. Webb, who did not deny the shots of herself in skimpy lin gerie, explained that the photos were taken when she worked as a teen model between the ages of 18 and2o. Get blazi"ng-fast 4GLTE phones at new amazingly low prices. Plus, enjoy unlimited 4GLTE data, talk and text with plans as low as $50 a month when you add a line.* Umited time offer. More phones available. See sales associate or metropcs.com for details. Mom Attacks Girl For Refusing To Share Ice Cream SAN ANTONIO, TX Offi cials in San Antonio, Texas have arrested a woman after she allegedly struck a 10 year old-girl who refused to share ice cream with her four-year old daughter. According to Bexar County Sheriff Deputies, 29-year-old Talysa Herron chased the girl down and struck her in the face after Herron's daughter asked the girl for her ice cream and she refused. Herron then followed the girl home by car. There, the girl's mother, Cyndi Lafontaine, confronted Herron, who proceeded to assault TALYSA HERRON her until someone called the police. Herron is charged with injuring a child and is being held on $15,000 bond. Mexican Cafe ReceiVes Threats ARer Ralustna To Host Romnev Event DENVER, CO Rosa Linda's Mexican Cafe in Denver, Colo., says it has received death threats after it refused to host a Mitt Romney event. Oscar Aguirre, who runs cafe, said that he has received more than 500 emails and non stop phone calls after news broke that his cafe refused Romney's request to host a political function there. "They say, 'I know where you live. I'm going to get you. Watch your back,' Aguirre said, re peating one of the threats he said was made against him. S79 AfTER $50 IWL-11..-TE OSCAR AGUIRRE ., r-0 :a 6 ,.. en Aguirre's parents, the own-m ers of the restaurant, said that they refused the request because z they are not Republicans and m would have also -denied a quest from President. sgg AFTEil$100 INSTAIIT llEBATE I= m z c: I:D r-Cii % m c m < m :a -< -4 c: m en c ,.. z c ., c 888.8metro8 metropcs.com metroPCS Wireless for All. ..... ";'I I:D

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N -0 N N' -a: w m 0 .... 0 0 a: u. c a: u. c z Cl: c 0 w ::::) 1w > w c w :::1: 0 :J m ::::) Q. z Iii ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w 0 g .a: 0 ..J u. II The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) PUR 2013.01 RFP Website Redesign CBHC REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Website Redesign, Hosting and Creative Services For more information, including deadlines, visit: www ChildrensBoard.org and click on Purchas i ng. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-oo5-13 EASTPORT BERTHS 151/152 PHASE II FILL PROJECT NO. 12-G0609-2 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested in the placement of fill in the East Bay Bas i n for the development of Berths 151 and 152. The work includes but is not limited to clearing/grubbing, excavation, waterside (marine), f ill ing rip rap installation, grading, erosion/sediment control environmental protection, turbidity curtain installation and maintenance and storm structure/pipe installation. A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Monday, October 22, 2012 at 2:30p.m. in the TPA Board Room on the first floor of 11 01 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are required to attend. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www.tampaport.com) and the Dem?ndStar System (www.demandstar.com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 11 01, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa FL 33602. Sealed bids are due by Thursday, November 8 2012 at 1 :00 p.m. when all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE partic i pation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the b i ds. Quest i ons concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050. uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) INVITATION TO BID, TERMINAL AND AIRSIDES INTERIOR DYNAMIC SIGNAGE PHASE 2, SOLICITATION NUMBER 13-411-002, PROJECT NO. 804013 Sealed bids for Terminal and Airsides Interior Dynamic S i gnage will be received from f i rms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4160 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 2400 Administration Building, 2nd Level Red Side Tampa, Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www tampaairport.com, Airport Business Notice of Solicitations on October 10, 2012. INVITATION TO BID SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE SOLICITATION Thi s is a City of" Tampa Certified Small/Local Business Enterprise (SLBE) solicitation under Ordinance 2008-89 Equal Business Opportunity Act, Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida For i nformation on becoming certified as a SmaiVLocal Business Enterpr ise firm, please call the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Office at 813-274 5522. Sealed Bids from City of Tampa Certif ied Small/Local Business Enterprises for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, C i ty of Tampa, in his office until: 3:00 PM ON 10/26/12 BUILDING DEMOLITION & REMOVAL SERVICES PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 10:15 AM ON 10116/12@ CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 10/12/12 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa FL 33602 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received-by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until : 3:00PM ON 11/16/12 OPERATIONAL STAFFING SERVICES 0 THE TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER PRE-PROPOSAL CONF.JMANDATORY SITE VISIT TO BE HELD @ 10:00 AM ON 10/23/12 @THE TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER, 333 S. FRANKLIN ST., RM. 25, TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Request for Proposal are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351) Dated: 10112/12 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT TL Parks Financial Is Seeking Present/Former Loan Officers And Mortgage Brokers For Credit Correction Company Unlimited Income Potential Call (813) 405-7205 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities BOARD RECORDING SECRETARY TRAINEE $29,577.00 CENTER COORDINATOR (REDUCED HOURS) $15.15-$24.06/Hour CONSTRUCTION PERMIT TECHNICIAN I (RESTRICTED) $26,332.00 CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE TRAINEE (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $24,752 00 GENERAL MANAGER I (CLASSIFICATION & RECORDS) $49,316.00 MANAGER (DETENTION RECORDS) $43,700 00 OFFICE ASSISTANT Ill $30 576.00 PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II $27 976.00 PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ANALYST $53,435.00 PROJECT MANAGER II (CROSS-FUNCTIONAL CONTRACT MANAGEMENT) $53,435.00 SENIOR LAND AGENT $53,435.00 SENIOR METER READER $26,457.00 See our web s it e at http : //www.hccsb.org or v i sit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor, Tampa FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer

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"TT :::u 6 II LEGAL NOTICES II II EMPLOYMENT II a NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to vio l ators of the C i ty Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Munic i pal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has schedu l ed a public hearing on November 7, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below l i sted cases Which are in v i olat i on of the City of Tampa Code Information li sted below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address, code section vio l ated and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor C i ty Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Flor i da Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violat i ons Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE 111-25173 WATKINS CHRISTINA MICHELL 2e15 E 11111t AVE., TAMPA, FL SECT IONS : 19-46 1 9-4 9 AN D 19-50 SHERWOOD HEIGHTS U NI T NO 2 LOT3BLOCK8 1409 73 0000 CASE I 11 21787 CASE I 11-2e27t 1211t STREET LAND TRUST UTD CIO GRAUNKE C TRUSTEE 3501 N 1211t ST. AlB TAMPA, FL S E CTIONS : 1926 AND 1923 1 LOT BEG 2 14 FT NAND 1 7 FT E OF SW COR OFN Y..OF SE 140FNW 14 AND RUN N 4 1 FT E 1 83 FT S 43 FTW 70FT N 2FT AND W 113FTTOBEG 172542 0000 GREENPARK RESIDENCES LLC REG AGT ROSS COPEWTI CASE I 12.01157 5004 N 1tllt ST TAMPA, FL S ECTIONS : 1 9231, AND 1 9-2 32 HOOGES SHADY GROI/E L OTS 1 2 7 AND 8 1 5 7552 0000 AURORA SERVICES LLC 8111 N 1111t ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 191 3 1 AND 1 9 57 SULPH U R SPR I NGS ADDtnON LOT 1 BLOCK 4 5 1467 1 0 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified ma i l notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a publ i c hearing on November 7, 2012 at 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are i n violation of the City of Tampa Code. Informat i on listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address code sect i on v i olated and l ega l description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportun i ty to d i scuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any quest i o n s regard_ing these cases please call the Office of the C i ty Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE I 11-257.a CASE I 12.07176 FSJ ROOMING HOUSE LLC 2818 N NEBRASKA AVE ., TAMPA FL S E CTIO N : 27-237 ARENAS BERNARDO 111, ARENAS TONY A 3110W. HORATIO ST. A & B TAMPA FL SECTION S : 27-nTA BL E 4-1 B Y RANS SU BDIV I SION S 33 FT O F LOT2 AND N 27 FTOF LOT3 BLOCK 1 1832 6 1 0000 CASE 112-o:Mtt EDWARDS, SHIRLENE AND ANDREWS GERTRUDE 4802 N TROY ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56S E CTION: 27 184 ZION HEIG HTS ADDITION LOTS 17 AND 18 1 56823 0000 URANIA E 80 FT OF NW 14 OF L OT 2 BLOCK P 1 16541.0000 CASE 112 1902 E. 7l1t AVE INC C10 REG AGENT JOHN B BREWER, JR. 1902 E 7l1t AVE. -1-. TAMPA FL YBOR CITY BLOCKY L OT 6 BLOCK 80 1 97316 0000 CASE I 12-o62011 W1LLIAMS, VIVIAN J 2e14 E tnt AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27 121 GARYTOWN LOT 3 BLOCK 11 189072 0030 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decis i on made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, wh i ch record includes the testimony and evidence upon wh i ch the appeal is to be based. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26 FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE C I TY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK s '-.J F=-F=-C> ""T .... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CASE NO. 12CA 6505 SECTION R FIDELITY BANK OF FLORIDA, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. FRONTAGE HOSPITALITY, L.L.C. A FLORIDA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY; STATE OF FLORIDA, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR; STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; PUGET SOUND LEASING CO., INC. A/KIA PUGET SOUND EQUIPMEN T LEASING COMPANY, INC.; AND LEAF FUNDING, INC., Defendants. NQDCE OF SALE NOTICE i s hereby given that pursuant to a F i nal Judgment of For eclosure entered in the above-entitled cause in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Flor ida, Pat Frank Clerk of the C i rcuit Court will sell the property situated i n Hillsborough County Florida described as: Commencing at the Southeast corner of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 20, Townshi p 28 South Range 22 East, H i llsborough County, Florida run then N 01E10'28 W., along the East boundary of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 20, a d i stance of 489 .54 feet ; thence West, a distance of 30. 00 feet to the West right-of -way of Shannon Avenue and the Point of Beginning ; run thence S. 65E56 '51' W., a distance of 343.77 feet ; thence N 24E03'09 W a distance of 427 .00 feet ; thence N 65E56 '51' E., a d i stance of 145 .00 feet ; thence N 24E03 '09' W a d i stance of 163.00 feet to the Southerly right-of-way of South Frontage Road; thence N. 65E56 '51' E., a d i stance of 100.00 feet to the point of curvature of a curve concave to the Southeast having a radius of 2829 .49 feet ; thence Northeaster l y along the arc of said curve a d i stance of 100 .01 feet through a central angle of 02E01 '30' and a chord bearing N 66E57'36 E., a distance of 100 00 feet ; thence S. 24E03 '0'9' E., a distance of 161.23 feet; thence N 65E56 '51" E., a d i stance of 178.95 feet to the West r i ght-of-way of Shannon Avenue; thence S 01E1 0'28 E., a d i stance of 463.46 feet to the Poi nt of Beginning. Prope _rty Address: 301 South Frontage Road, Plant City, FL 33563-1915 at public sale pursuant to Administrative Order No. S-2012-038 which may be v i ewed at http //www.fljud13.orgadminorders htm. The sale will be held online beginning at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) at http /fwww hillsboroygh realforeclose com on October 16, 2012, to the highest and best bidder for cash ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. / DATED this 2mb day of Sej)temblr. 2012. MILLER, CROSBY & MILLER, P.A. /si_ Richard A. Miller Richard A. Miller, Esquire FBN 328911 Post Office Box 8169 Lakeland, FL 33802-8169 (863) 688-7038 (863) 688-2619 FAX Primary E-Mail: rmiller@mcmpalaw.com Secondary E-Mail: laycock @ mcmpalaw.com Attorney for Plaintiff ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COSTS TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 800 E. TWIGGS ST., ROOM 604 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 272-7040 AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED COURT APPEARANCE OR IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHE4DULED APPEARANCE IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Rent Free Apartment On-Site Handy Person Occas i onal Maintenance, Cleaning And Yard Work Non-Smoking Person Apartment Maintenance P.O. Box 4714 Tampa, FL 336n Earn $400.00 $500.00 Weekly PartTime And Get Your Bills Paid By Us FREE Cable, Internet, Cell Phone Electricity $750 .00 Cash Or Car Allowance Visit: www.wellketopaybllls.com (813) 758-5386 Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CAIH Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 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 USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 .00 Call 813-220-3633 m m :::u

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c a: LL c z c( c en w :::) 1-i:i w > w c w ::z: en :::::i m :::) D. z i: w ..1 ..1 :::) m ..1 w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..1 LL m I 0 N w CJ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certif ied mail notice to violators of the Cij:y Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hear ing on November 14, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information l i sted below describes the case number property owner(s) vi olat ion address code section vi olated and lega l description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held i n City Counc i l Chambers 3rd Floor C i ty Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Flor i da Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to d i scuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Off ice of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. CASE t 12-o2442 EXCELSIOR ENTERPRISES USA INC 11122 N. FLQRIDA AVE ., TAMPA, FL COOE SECTION : 20 5 MANOR H ILL S SU BDI V I SION L OTS 20 AND 21 L ESS HWY BLOCK 2 99944 0000 CASE t 12.()6841 T R UST 1 708 DATED 022 52000 CIO B. L M I L LERTUSTEE 708 E SENECA AVE TAMPA F L COO E SE CTI ON : 19-26 CE NTRA L HE IGHTS L OT S 1 3 & 1 4 AND E CL OS E D A LLEY A BUTTING ON W BLOCKB 95 9 78 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby g iven that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hear ing on November 14 2012 at 1:00 p.m." to hear the below listed cases Which are in violation of the C ity of Tampa Code Informat ion listed below describes the case number property owner(s) vi olation address code sect ion vi olated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hear ing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged vi olat ions. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Off ice of the City Clerk at (813) 274 -7286. CASE 1 12 14264 JIMMY TREE SERVICE (NON-OWNER ) 24211 W PROSPECT RD TAMPA, FL C OOE SE CTION S : 13-45 ( A ) (2) 1 3-4 5 ( A ) (3) 13-43 NEW SUBURB BEAU TIFUL W O F L OT 7 5 A N D L O T 76 1 1 7589 0000 Please not e that if any person dec ides to appea l any decis ion made by the Code Enfor cement Hear ing Master w ith respect to any matter cons i dered at the meeting or hearing they w ill need to ensure a verbat i m record of the proceedings i s made, which record incl udes the tes timony and evi dence upon which the appeal i s to be based IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH D I SABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, P E RSONS W IT H DISABILIT IES N EEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPAT E IN T HIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE C ITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR T O T H E DATE OF THE MEETING. INTER ESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAI D HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXXKNOWLES CITY CLERK For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts ==-_..__..\ DEBIT VIsa. MasterCard American Express And Debit Cards iiliiiiiVIa Phone HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP LAND ACQUISITION AND RELOCATION CONSULTING SERVICES No. 12-058 Sealed proposals for Land Acquisit ion and Relocation Consulting Services wilt be rece ived f rom firms by the Authority at Tampa I nternational Airport Offices located at 41 00 George J Bean Parkway Sui te 3311, Ma i n Terminal 3rd Floor Blue S ide, 'Tampa, Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and deta iled requirements will be ava i lable on the Tampa International Airport website at www. tampaa i rport.com, Airport Business Notice of Solicita t ions on October 5, 2012. I I FOR RENT I I II HOMES FOR RENT II Apartment/Room 8605 Tidewater Trail 1 Bedroom Apartment 4 Bedroom / 1 Y2 Bath $550 00/Monthly Home Plus Depos i t WID Hook -Up Room $120.00/Weekly Central Heat And Air I nc l udes Utilities Screened Porch Age 55 And Up Preferred Section 8 Welcome (813) 241-4158 (813) 727-6182 1900 Caracas Street Oak Park Area 1 Bedroom Efficiency 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath Air Conditioned CHA, WDH $500.00/Monthly $800 00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit $500 00/0eposit 2 Bedrorn/1 Bath Seniors Preferred Home Section 8 Welcome Available Call (813) 526-6099 Call (813) 293 First Month Free II HOMES FOR RENT II $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental H i story Required Sulphur Springs Newly Remodeled Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 & 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath House Fenced, CHA W i th Carport $850 001Monthly Or 3620 Machado $1, 000.od1Monthly $675.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 238-6353 (813) 503-5321 Nice 312! 7008 N. Palmetto Lane Owner Looking For Like New Good Family! 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Newer 3/2 Block Home Block House Central Heat/A i r Central A/C, Tile Floors, Storage Unit Refrigerator Range Recently Reduced Rent! WID Hook-Up Section 81Credit Problems Fenced Yard OK!!! Section 8 Welcomed Free Application $1,175 00/Monthly www.jimrents.com Call Harold Or Call 813/610.7186 813-293-26n 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 Sect i on 8 Accepted 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Large Fenced Yard $1,000 00/Monthly Call (813) 298-4521 3418 North 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA WDH Fenced Yard Available Now (813) no-2oo3 (813) 735-5295 (813) 713-4055 Progress Village 7901 Dahlia 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath Central H/A W/D Hook-up Fenced Yard $850 00/Monthly $700 001Secur i ty Call (813) 61Q-8062 Handyman Special Needs Work 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Spacious Fenced $700.001Monthly $350 001Deposit V i sit Pauline Morgan On Facebook Homeless No More Call (813) 398-Q992 1413 E. Waters Avenue N i ce 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Home $740 .001Month 12 Month Lease $35 00 Appl i cation Fee Credit Issues Ok With Income Verificat i on And References If Interested Call 813-704-5994

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"TT :!! II II II II II ROOMS FOR RENT II APTS. FOR RENT DUPLEXES :< 0 0 a aJ 7919 Lake Shore Drive 1.411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Section a Only 1 Week FREE m Very, Very Quite JJ 2 Bedroom/1 Bath, WDH Bright And Clean Newly Remodeled Will Accept Rooms For Rent .... ,!') $650.00/Monthly 1 00% Remodeled Courtyard Apartments 1 Bettroom Voucher In Qui et Building At 1\) 0 1 And 2 Bedrooms For 2 Bedroom Duplex 2913 North 15th Street .... Plus Deposit Beautiful Layout 1\) Small Pets OK 2 Bedroom Apartments Quiet And Peaceful With Washer And Dryer Tampa Section 8 Welcome $675.00 Moves You In! No Applicat i on Fee Newly Decorated Stop By Or Call Henry Section 8 Welcome Fenced Yard (813) 727-Q151 (813) 340-3085 813-221-2120 Water Sewer Trash Included Oak Gardens (813) 774-1044 1418 E. Bougainvillea Ave. Efficiency Apartment 11734 North 15th Street Busch Gardens Area (15th Street And Fletcher) 813-545-3925 Near Bus Stop II II Se Habla Espanol Furnished Rooms For Rent DUPLEXES Ideal For S i ngle Person Males Preferred Now Leasing Cable A/C, Utilities Quiet Nei ghborhood Cinnamon Cove Apartments I I ROOMS FOR RENT II $400 .00 Depos i t North Tampa Included All Ut ili ties Included $199.00 Move-In Spec ial Clean And Qui et 1 And 2 Bedrooms 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $110 00/Weekly Call (813) 220-Q436 Available Now Duplexes Room For Rent In Nice Home Call (813) 69Q-2833 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. For Immediate Move 1 For $600 00 / Monthly Studio Apartment Section 8 Welcome $500 00/Secur i ty Deposit 30 Years Of Age & Older ROOJYI For Rent For Rent Se Habla Espanol Call (813) 363-8094 Must Have Ybor Area "TT rContact Us At Steady Income 0 Water, Elect r ic -$1 00 00/Weekly A/C Cable Phone :!! (813) 971-5254 48th & Hanna Area c And Cab l e Inc l uded $1 00 .00/ Deposit Queen Beds )> 1 Month Rent 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Kitchen Ceiling Fans UJ m Plus Depos it Apartments For Rent Duplex Jim (813) 237-1810 $75 .00/ Depos i t z Sect ion 8 Wel come $600 00 / Monthly Beverly (813) 235-7934 :::! $100 00 And Up Week l y z Nice, Clean, Quiet P lus Depos i t Jeanette (813) 230-6776 m Call (813) 236-2395 Beaut i ful (813) 317-9872 r-Includes Water And Trash aJ 1 & 2 Bedrooms Room For Rent c: La Casa Mia $450.00 $500.00 Call (813) 61Q-8062 r-Sulphur Springs Area Gann & Gann Rentals r12301 North 11th Street No Smoking/No Drugs m 806 Floribraska Avenue :::! Credit Background Sulphur Springs Very Clean Rooms For Rent z 2 Bedroom/1 Bath And Income Checked Close To Transportat ion ., 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath c: Only $550 00 Seni ors And Working $450.00/Month l y $305.00/Monthfy aJ Includes Water Duplex rPeople Preferred Qui et Area Plus Security Plus Deposi t UJ F i rst Month Free Suitable For One Background Check ::::t $ 5 50 .00/ Monthly m With Security (813) 298-8245 Includes Utilities/Cab l e c $300 00 Depos i t Available Immediately Call {813) 229-8696 m 813-971-0341 {813) 373-2515 < First Months m Rent FREE Call (813) 503-5321 Call {813) 842-7902 {813) 949-8997 JJ -< Move In Special $50.00 Moves You In -t East Tampa c: 1st Month 1h Off Busch Gardens West Tampa m Excellent Rental History UJ Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath c Very Spacious Required Large $125.oo South Of 1-275 ?< 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Good Neighbors Concrete Block Duplex Small $110.00 Near Armenia Or )> $625.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Laundry Hook-Up Weekly Plus Deposit Near Ybor/Downtown z c $300.00 Move-In Fee Central A/C $600.00/Monthly Furnished Furnished "TT A/C, New Tile/Carpet 4005 North 34th St. lA Water, Sewage, Garbage Must Be Employed Or $400.00$500.00/Monthly :!! Included c $550.00/Monthly Receiving Benefits Includes All Utilities ?< Call (813) 298-2499 Including Water Call (813) 967-6168 No Drugs/Smokers Cable & Personal Fridge Christian Preferred Income/Employment North Tampa And (813) 238-6353 Verif!cat i on Temple Terrace New Duplex For Rent (813) 466-5003 Looking For An Apartment 32151h North 49th Street (727) 709-2789 Call (813) 545-8074 2 And 3 Bedrooms From $750 00 To Call Home? Apartment liD WDH 0 Deposit Whispering Hills Highland Pines Only $595.00 No Applicat i on Fee Apartments 2/1 Sect i on 8 612 Bass Court WID Hook-up BLICATION DEADLINES Vouchers Welcome Dunedin, Florida Includes Water 813-915-9787 Taking Applications For : 813-695-8718 Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. 1 Bedroom Tampa Heights Area $462.00 $509 00 First Month Rent Free Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. 1 Bedroom/1 Bath 2 Bedrooms $50.00 Moves You In $487 .00-$537 00 Totally Remodeled Excellent Rental History CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE Apartment 3 Bedrooms Required $546 00 $602 00 Great Neighborhood 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $1 0.00 1 Words And 60e For Each $675 00/Monthly Call (727) 733-2169 Burgl ar Bars Plus Depos i t For Income Guide,lines 3023-B North 48th Street Additional Word Over 20 C) Electric And Water Included $575.00/Monthl y This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad m 1\) Call (813) 601-31 01 (813) 238-6353 .... I aJ

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Q a: 1&. Q z c( Q U) w :::) tw Q w ::1: U) :::::i m :::) D. z ..I ..I :::) m ..I w z z w U) c( Q a: 0 ..I 1&. ROOMMATE WANTED Large, Furnished Clean, A/C, Cable Washer/Dryer Available Near Downtown, Buslines Male Preferred YOU MUST SEE ITI!I (813) 666-9531 Furnished SSI Or Fixed Income Older Person Preferred Cable, WID Full Kitchen $400.00/Monthly All Utilities Included No Drugs (813) 516-1811 Ybor Heights large Furnished Rooms $120 .00-$140.00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, laundry Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 Busch Gardens Large $125.00 Small $110.00 Weekly Plus Deposit Furnished Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs/Smokers Christian Preferred (813) 466-5003 (727) 709-2789 USF Area large Rooms $400 00 $500 00/Moothly Includes All Utilities large Fenced Yard Must Have Verifiable Income No Drugs/Smoking Background Check Required Call (813) 932:-()696 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus lines Quiet Neighborhood $120.00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 Rooms For Rent Nice, Clean And Quiet No Smoking Backgrounds Will Be Checked VISA/Master Card Only Call (813) 298-8245 Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable, Central Air Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed can (813) 965-5931 1516 Columbus Drive Furnished Room A/C And Cable $350.00/Monthly New Wood Floors Includes Utilities And Cable (813) 209-3289 "LOOK" Special SSI, Fixed Income Big Rooms For Rent Wow Only!!! $375.00/Monthly Includes Cable TV No Deposit (813) 325-6499 I APPLIANCE I REPAIRS Dryer Repair Does Your Dryer Not Spin Or Heat? Does It Squeak? I Can Fix It! Also, Used Appliances For Sale Call (813) 574-9052 A Country Boy's Consultation 3809 North 29th Street Appointment Only Servicing: Ice Machines, A/C, Heat And Refrigerators, Stoves Washers, Dryers $45.00 Service Call Filing Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Or 13? $500.00 And Up Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawflrm.org African American Workers Compensation Attorney Job Injury? Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawflrm.org II BEDS FOR SALE. Beds Bunk Beds $150.00 Twin $60.00 Full $65.00 Queen $ 75.00 King $100.00 & Up Call (813) 31 Q-0991 II BUSINESS OPS. TL Parks Financial Is Seeking Present/Former loan Officers And Mortgage Brokers For Credit Correction Company Unlimited Income Potential Call (813) 405-7205 II. CHILDCARE Daycare Now Enrolling All Ages limited Space 7:00 a.m.6:00 p.m. Monday Friday Free Meals, Affordable Title XX Accepted (813) 935-8070 II II II All Work Guaranteed Lie IFTA432587 ..... -=--=-<> -=----............ IE::. F' L-C>-=-I ...... -.-I ...... IE::. L._ II Veiga Cleaning Services 4202 Rlchrnere Street Tampa, Fl 33617 Reasonable Rates For Residential And Commercial Properties Phone (813) 401-1213 Gloria Gass Director of Operations And Owner Glorlagss@gmall.com DJ SERVICES Your Personal OJ TonyT. (813) 359-3436 Music For Any Occasions Weddings, Proms Birthday Parties Family/Class Reunions And More II Upscale Restaurant West Chase Area $39,900.00 Owner Willing To Finance located Near Citrus Mall Call (813) 280-0588 For More Details II FORECLOSURE II Is Your Home In Foreclosure? Are You Or Someone You Know Facing The Threat Of Foreclosure? No Equity Or Value In Your Home? Unable To Refinance? I Can Help Contact Me Today (813) 28Q-0588 www.ctgeventsplus.com II DNA TESTING II All Junk Removal 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.dlmservlcesusa.com Now Servicing Nationwide 1-888-651-5777 -.. ..-...:.. --.... 1-c::::::;:...,.. .................. .._ ........ .. .... ......, __ ... rr w--w-w-=-r--.cz--/ .,.. _.,_........, ... ....._. ....... II Furniture Tree Debris Construction, Garbage Or Anyth;ng Else No Job Too Big Or Small Fast And Reasonable (813) 285-4674 JUNK CARS Buying All Vehicles Working Or Non-Working We Beat Any Price Guaranteed No Title No Problem Free Pick-Up Call (813) 703-7297 ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ Fax To: (813) 8 Or EmaJI: ledwardsOflsentinel.com 11.

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c a: u. c z c( Ebonique's Hair Design & Braids Micro s $100.00 Dreads $40.00 Quick Weave $40.00 Sew-Ins $50.00 Stutfed Twist $35.00 Braids $50.00 (813) 900-1414 Fabulous Natural Hair Braiding Shop Micros $99 .00 Kinky Twist $85.00 Sew-Ins $55.00 Corn Rows $35.00/Up Stuff Twist $40.00 Braiders Needed Call Kina 813 359-3098 I I SELURUR I I w > w c w en ::::i m Q. z ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. I I I Will Buy Your TradeIns Or Any Vehicle Honda, Toyota, N i ssan Lexus, lnfiniti, Acura Or Any Model If You Still Owe The Bank No Problem Paying Up To $25 000 (813) 335-3794 SELL YOUR HOUSE I Am A Real Investor Looking To Buy Between 5 And 7 Houses This Month Offers Within 24 Hours (813) 506.0946 Check Us Out On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter At www.twitter.com/ FLSENTI NELB II MOTHER GRIFFIN Offers Special Prayers And Gives Luck! Don t be discouraged if others have failed. I can help you overcome bad luck evil inf luences spells unatural conditions surrounding you. Has your loved one changed? Are you in distress? Whatever the problem, I can help in one visit. Satisfcation! CALL ME TODAY! 813-677-2971 4927 83rd Street II I Am A Real Investor Looking To Buy Between 5 And 7 Houses This Month Offers Within 24 Hours (813) 506-0946 WINDSHILEDS 4401 North 40th Street Windshields $99.00 & Up Most Cars Power Window Repair $39.00 & Up Rob (813) 325-6529 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. II SPIRITUALIST PAST* PRESENT FUTURE palm reading aura balancing tarot cards charaka cleasing psychic reading spiritual counseling ( Call Today For An Appointment: 813-315-8310 Do 1ou \ tll Luch 1 P1 ob e:T'S L Relanonshp> Call Or. Cross Now. 1 -8<>0-557 -7767 Toll Free Call Dr. Cross 1-800-557-7767 If you are in 1he midst of a crisis, there is helpforyou.loss of a loved one, bad-luck, sickness, job problems. You can be helped. C C1o:>scan help,o,J'Iti:OI un f, 1t 1 800 557 7767 Or. Cross can he_, you M'lere all others have failed. II I I I Pay Cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your How'!e I Can Provide You With: 1 Proof Of Funds: Proving I Have The Cash To Buy Your House. 2 References: Phone Numbers Of People I've Bought Houses From Recently. Occupational 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 Relationship With The Community And Appreciate The Cont inued 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. Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext. 11 Angel Ferguson's Word Processing Tools For Your Business Needs Business Cards Brochures Business Forms And More Call 813-516-4916 http1/www.angelfergusonswordp r ocessing com/ YARD SALE FLEA MARKET Bob's Fashion Jewelry Rosaries And Crucifixes Carolyn's Place Toys, Balls Bikes Fishing Rods And Tackle House Wares Used Furniture 7730 Palm River Rd. Space Available 7730 Palm River Road Yard Sale Saturday And Sunday 8 :00 a.m. Untll Flea Market Thursday Sunday 10:00 a.m 6 : 00 p.m. Call (813) 63D-1600


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