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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3-A ,. VOL. 68 NO. 18 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012 60 PAGES 75 Evenrs Planned To lick on Earlv Voting 10/21 SEE PAGE 2-A & 1 0-A 34th Street Shooting Is AllegedlY An Ongoing Dispute SEE PAGE 23-A RV Super Sales Man Promoted To Top Job SEE PAGE 2-A UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FlORIDA.SORORITY HOSTS 1HE MRS. RIGHT SEMINAR' Members of Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. recently hosted "The Mrs. Right Seminar," at the Uni versity of South Florida, Oval Theater. They selected Domestic Violence as the topic since October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. College Chapters of AKA nationwide also participated or hosted events to bring awareness about Domestic Violence to the forefront. Tony Gaskins, Jr., author, motivational speaker, consultant, and screenwriter delivered the keynote address. He shared his stories as an abuser and victim of Domestic Violence. Sorority members shown with the keynote speaker on the front row from left to right: Denise, Samara, Lisa, Tony Gaskins, Jr., Kristyna, Dannica, and Stefante'. Shown on the second row: Ashley, Tracy, Joshondra, Amber, Sophia, Amber, Miya, Lucile, Candace, Racquel, and Briana. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes).

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Features a; ..... a: w ID It's A New oav Atlazv oavs R. v. Suparcantar 0 0 BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer homes for the company Fleet woodHomes. McKinley quickly >:' Lazy D ays R.V. Center has appointed a new leader to a: head its sales and training de lL partments. And, for the first climbed the charts with out standing sales at Lazy Days earning the title Sales Person of the Year four times in six years. I was 23 when I started," he says. I was the youngest person they had hired and I really took it on and worked hard to learn th e selling system." McKinley's commitment paid off. In add i tion to promotions his incom e also skyrocketed. c a: lL c z c( c en w ::J t-> a: w > w c w ::z:: en :::::i ID ::J Q. z tu ...I ...I ::J ID ...I w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...I lL time in its history, that person is African American. Demond McKinley is the new man in charge. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, na tive moved to Tampa in 1997, and joined the Lazy Days staff 13 yea rs ago. He was recruited while selling manufactured DEMOND MCKINLEY al Service News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 Service SUpport and tMtp from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycte Accidents Truck Accidents SUp and Falls Blcyde Bus And More For Loss Wages And Medical Care -. .. Don"t be twice for an accident that w.en"t your fault'" Call Michelle B. Pattv Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1 -866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A I 7 Days A Weak ca: QJr firm Is rated AV" by MartindaJe.HubbeH, the highest rating for /ega/ ability and ethical standard N W The hirilg of a lawyer is an impatart decision that should not be b8sed solely upon adverlisrnents CJ Befm )OU decide, ask the 111wyer to send you free wrft&n infotm8licn about lher quallicatkJns and expelience. -----------------------------------" I'm self motivated I work like it's 100% on me and pray like it's 100% on God. I'm a firm believer that your perception on life becomes your reality, so I took on a per ception that I was going to be come successful, and it came true." McKinley's clientele is di verse and includes many Mrican Americans who have sent a lot of business his way. I get a lot of referrals. The most rewarding aspect for me is to be ab le to help people fulfill their dream of having free dom of a different lifestyle." He says his greatest wish is to see more African Americans apply for positions at Lazy Days. Before I started I knew nothing about R V. sales But thi s job has been wonderful for me and my family and I would lov e to be able to help others grow. McKinley's sales success has led him to take on other ventures In addition to his job at Lazy Days, he is also owner of Florida R V. Outpost an R. V. park in Steinhatchee, lo cated three and a half miles north of Tampa, off U S. 19 near the town of Perry. He is a board member of the Lazy Days Emplo yee Foundation, an organization that works to make a diff er ence in the lives of disadvan taged youths. He's also a member of Men of Valor a small group of African Ameri can men who meet every Sat urday working together to become better men of God, better husband s and better fathers. He is married to Brandi McKinley, a Pitt sburgh n a tive and educator currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Educa tion. They are the parents of four daughters and are mem bers of Grace Family Church, in Lutz. Black Elected OHicials To Kick Oft Earlv Voting Ms. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board member; U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, and State Representative Betty Reed are among the elected officials who will attend the breakfast. People throughout the country will cast ballots for the 2012 Presidential Election on November 6th. In Hillsbor ough County can participate in the Early Voting initiative, on Saturday, Octobe r 27th. On Saturday morning, the Hillsborough County Black Elected Officia ls will join U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor to kick off Early Vot ing. They will kick off the First Day of Early Voting with a breakfast. The breakfast will take place at 8 a.m., at the Open Cafe 3332 N. 34th Street. The Black elected officials who will gather for the Dutch Treat" (all persons pay for their own breakfast)," are State Sen ator ArtheniaJoyner, State Representative Betty Reed, Hillsborough County Commis sioner Les Miller, Jr., Plant City Mayor Mary Mathis, City Councilman Frank Reddick, and School Board member Doretha Edgecomb. Following the breakfast, the group will assemble at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library to cast their early votes

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Features Pedestrian Killed, Driver Hospitalized After Earlv Morning Accident 16-Year-Oid Studen t Hit Bv car on w a v ToSchool Claudia McFarlane was a woman who was very concerned about safety, especially when it came to her family. Even in her native Jamaica, she would constantly tell her 6 children to be careful. At 6:30 a. m. Tuesday morning, Ms. McFarlane, 56, was walking on the north side of Hillsborough Avenue near 42nd Street when she was hit by an SUV driven by Persylvia Singleton, so. Although Tampa Police said Ms. McFarlane was wearing dark clothing, her daughter, Suzette Clark, said her mother never wore dark clothing, and was wearing black pants, a bright floral top, pink shoes and carrying a pink purse at the time of the accident. Police also said she had crossed six lanes of traffic when she was hit. Ms. Singleton reportedly told police she did not see Ms. McFarlane crossing the street when she hit her. Ms. CLAUDIA MCFARLANE McFarlane was pronounced dead at the scene, and according to police, Ms. Singleton had to be hospi talized. Ms. Clark said her mother was on her way to work at University Village when the accident occurred. "She left the same time every morning, and it was always dark. She didn't drive, and walked every where. Family members said it's unbelievable that this happened to her after she would be adamant about the dan gers of crossing that area when it was dark. Ms. Clark said her mother had been working at University Village for 5 years as a housekeeper. Family members will remember her as a woman who enjoyed reading, doing puzzles, and listening to the traditional reggae music instead of the dancehall. "She was a very happy woman who was free spirited and never let anything upset her," said Ms. Clark. "Her only social activity was going to a place where she could listen to her music." Police are investigating the accident, and have reported that it appears the driver was not at fault. On Thursday morning, a 16year-old Hillsborough High School student was hit by two vehicles on her way to school. Tampa Polic e reported that Andra Glover was walking to school, and crossed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at Central Avenue in the crosswalk against the light. Police said two motorists had a green light, and didn't see Glover in the crosswalk. Glover was first hit by a Gold Kia and thrown against its windshield. When she hit the ground, she was hit by a second vehicle, described as a Black Tahoe. Glover was taken to St. ANDRAGWVER Joseph's Hospital and is reported to be in stable condi tion. Police said it does not appear either driver was at fault, but the investigation is ongoing Coalition 01 Concerned Citizens Plan Meeting Members of the Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens will hold a meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, to finalize plans for the Early Voting Rally. The meeting will take place at the Suncoast Federal Credit Union, 1920 E. Hillsborough Avenue, first floor. Anyone who would like to volunteer is encouraged to attend the meeting. The final Early Voting Rally will take place Saturday, October 27th, from 1 p.m. to 6. p. m at AI Barnes Park, 2902 N. 32nd Street (formerly known as 18th Avenue Park). BARACK OBAMA IS NOT JUST A PRESIDENT FOR SOME OF US. HE'S FIGHTING FOR ALL OF US. I promiled to be a President who would build a better future; who would move this nation forward; wbowoalcl ensure that thia teneration-your generation-had the same chances and the same opportunities that our parents gave WJ. That's what rmbere to do. That's wby I ran for President of the United StatM of America. THERE'S MORE TO DO, BUT WE'RE ON THE RIGHT TR A CK. PAID FOR BY OBAMA FOR AMERICA 'TI a! c 0 0 a aJ m ::IJ ., r-0 :!! c l> en m z -1 z m r-aJ c rr m ::! z "tt c aJ r-Cii ::I: m c m < m -1 c m en c )> z c ., :!! c

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editorials Columns a: w m 0 >"' cc c a: &L FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Assoc i ation (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER -Subscrlptlons-$44.()()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0G-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expreaaecl on editorial pegea of this newspeper by Columnlsta or Gueet Writet's do not neceasartly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. America's Newest Past Time p erbaps, it was never settled as to who bad the bigger 0 pension. Two men standing eyeball to eyeball called ii: the question. &L Romney barked, "Mr. President, have you looked at 0 your pension?" President Obama growled, "It's not as big as yours!" And the entire watching-listening world, which certainly included China's Premier, Wen Jiabo and c Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad went wild with 0 the popcorn crunching excitement. We mean this past Second Presidential Debate was acttually fun to watch, reminding some of us of other so called "spectator events" we witnessed through the years. w Regardless of the fact that this most recent primetime Gj couch-potato extravaganza involved two men vying to be c the most powerful human being on the face of the earth. W And, the fact that America's fate and the fate of the world would depend upon one of these men. We watched last ::::J Tuesday's Presidential debate might well have been at m Raymond James Stadium, or at Madison Square Garden. ::;:::) o.. Indeed, the very comparison between a presidential de-Z bate and a major sports event is chilling. i= We must continuously be reminded of our overly ram bunctious sports-attitude. Homelessness is not football. ..J Therefore, we must be careful not to ttirn into Roman ::;:::) m spectators at a gladiator match. Yes, last Tuesday was ..J w z i= z fun. But if we don't vote, or vote unwisely, the years that follow will be no rah rah matter. w U) < c a: 0 ..J &L Corporate Welfare, Tax Cuts, Income Deductions, And Crumpetsl Y es, it's us again, this time, bringing you more things to think about the next time you make mention of the national budget. Maybe, at breakfast, or dinner perhaps, consider the following quote: "The $150 billion for corporate subsidies and tax benefits eclipses the annual budget deficit of$130 billion. It is more than the $145 billion paid out annually for the core programs, such as: Aid to Families with De pendent Children (AFDC), student aid, housing, food and nutrition, all direct public assistance (excluding Social Security and Medicare)." Excuse us. Are you still eating? Then think about this second quote. "After World.War II, the nation's tax bill was roughly split betWeen corporations and individuals. But after years of changes in the federal tax code and international economy, the corporate share of taxes has declined to a fourth of what individuals pay." Then let us conclude by saying sixteen years later and post-Bush tax-cuts later, not much has changed except deeper tax cuts for businesses and rich Americans. So, the next time you get a chance, remember we said
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.. .. ------------------------------------------------F a e5i x ,.... a: w m Scan And Florida GOP Threaten Florida Supreme caun Justices Very strict campaign guidelines prohibit judicial candidates from making promises of any kind. Voters will mark "y es or no on their ballots this No vember based on the judge's record The laws were put in place to keep political influ e nce out of the judiciary allowing judges to remain true to their oath of impartiality. Judic ial ex perts say it has worked well for nearly 40 years g By GAYLE ANDREWS TALLAHASSEE The C Florida Supreme Court scandal D: of 1975 was a stunning example LL of the power of politics and its corrupting influence on our most revered and independent b ranch of government To serve on the high court was and remains a career tri umph for the jurists who pre side from a bench that towers above the lawyers pleading a case. The justices represent the best legal minds Florida has to offer and they make decisions on cases affecting the lives of Floridians. In the mid 1970 s three jus tices, with impeccable creden tials were so influenced by politics, they not only ruined their careers, but touched off a scandal that would change the process of appointing and elect ing Florida judges forever. Jus tices David McCain, Hal >Dekle and Joe Boyd were the C( focus of unprecedented House impeachment proceedings fol LL lowing a number of scathing c newspaper reports and investi Z gati o ns. The investigations re C veale d that utility company lawyers, and other political Q powerbrokers were getting faf3 vorable opini o ns and writing opinions for theses justices. But the worst offender was the bril liant David McCain, whose w future was promising. McCain c w l: (J) :::i m ll. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z z w (J) ( a: 0 ...J LL was accused of "icing" opinions to favor friends rega rdless of the merits of the case. The other evidence showed that McCain was pressuring lower court judges and rigging opin ions to favor his political sup porters Like a bad horror movie the impeachment proceeding played out on television radio and in major newspapers. Jus tice Hal Dekle was accused of receiving and using a secret draft opinion written b y a utility lawyer. Mea nwhile Justice Joe Boyd, also accused of using the same opinion, denied it saying he flushed it down the toilet instead. The Impeach ment Committee ordered Boyd to submit to a psychiatric eval uation. B oyd returned to the hearing triumphant, waiving his Certificate of Sanity. The committee did not impeach the former bible salesman, so he re turned to the bench. But the af fable J o e Boy d would never shed the taint of the scandal. McCain and Dekle re signed in disgrace. The reforms that followed would clo se the serious breach of confidence in the Florida ju diciary Governo r Reubin Askew successfully imple mented ref o rms by appointing a Judicial N o minations Com mission to recommend judges for the bench The reforms were put in the Constitution. In what is being described as an unprecedented political meddling, and a power grab, the Republican Party of Florida is asking voters to reject three Supreme Court Justices ; A. Fred Lewis, Barbara Pari ente and the court s first Black female Justice Peggy A. Quince. If the justices are re moved Governor Rick Scott, a vocal critic of the court, would appoint their replacements. During the last 18 months, Scott and the Republican legis lature pushed numerous pieces oflegislation to undo Merit Re tention and restructure the Florida Supreme Court. Those efforts failed. Scott and the Re publicans have also lost the vaSt: maj o rity of the cases argued be fore the court. Legal scholars, former jus tices and a host of non-partisan experts warn that t his kind of interference would be disas trous. They say the Flo rida Supreme Court is no place f o r partisan politics. The state high court panel o f seven justices has the final say on many critical legal disputes affecting Floridians. Frank Marsalisi Managi ng Att orney <( I co w (!) FREE CASE EVALUATION (81 3) 4 7144 44 1220 EAST 5TH AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33605 Vanguard.Attorneys.com : Sentinel Picks Far The 2012 Election President and Vice President Sheriff Barack Obama David Gee JoeBiden Property Appraiser Congressional U.S. Senator Bob Henriquez Bill Nelson Supervisor Of Elections U.S. Representative Craig Latimer District 12 Jonathan Snow County Commission U. S. 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__________ Pres. Obama News :xJ How Obama Won Romnev Told 31 Mvths In 41 Minutes The SeCOnd Debate During the first presidential debate in Denver, Colorado Romney managed to tell m President Obama followed the model of his vicepresident in his second debate with Mitt Romney, repeatedl y accusing his opponent of giving misleading answers and appearing to annoy the ex-governor at times. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA RomneV's Son Said He wanted To 'Take A Swing' At Obama During Debate We wish he would. When asked by radio host Bill Lumaye, how it felt to to hear President Barack Obama call his father Mitt Romney, a liar, Tagg Romney, 42, said that only Secret Service stopped him from assaulting the president. ''I'm going to ask something I think a lot of people want to know, or at least I do. What is it like for you to hear the President of the United States call your dad a liar. How do you react to that?" asked Lumaye. "Well -jump out of your seat and you want to rush down to the debate stage and take a swing at him," Tagg r eplied. "But you know you can't do that because, well first there is a lot .of Secret Service between you and him but also because this is the nature of the process they' re going to do everything they TAGGROMNEY can do to make my dad into someone he is not." What would that be, Taggart? A liar, perhaps? According to ThinkProgress.com, Mittens told 31 lies, or the politically correct "myths," in 41 minutes, beating out his previous record from the first debate of 27lies myths in 38 minutes. More disturbing is Rom ney's son pretending that Secret Service is the primary to him physicall y assaulting the President of the United States, even if the statement was in jest. Whv You Need To Vote I FAITH. BAPTIST CHURC G t \ : Ban A sign in Primrose, Georgia at the Faith Baptist Church posted a statement that has the local residents enraged saying, "Democrats Are Too Stupid To Vote." Ohio Earlv Voting Cleared Bv u.s. High coon The U.S. Supreme Court sealed a legal victory for President Barack Obama's campaign in the pivotal state of Ohio, leaving intact a ruling that restored early voting rights for the weekend before the Nov. 6 election. No Republican has ever won the White House without capturing Ohio, which controls 18 of the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the presidency. 27 myths in his 38 minutes of speaking time. But at his second encounter with Obama in New York, the GOP presidential candidate -who has run a post-truth campaign from day one -outdid himself and crammed 31 myths in 4 1 minutes MITT ROMNEY WHAT PIECE OE HIGHLY SOPHISTICATED TECH NO LOGY DID-WE USE ::'1"0 CREATE OUR NEW CNEC KIN G ACCOUNTS? When we set out to develop our new checking accounts, ,, our first idea was to' listen. L iteraii ,Y. We sat down withpe.oplethousands of th em anq asked, "What would an ideal check ing 9ccount l ook l ike to you?" They told us i t should be si mple and straightforward from the with no h i dden fees or agendas T hese answers i nsp ir ed five new check i ng accou nts that better fit the needs of people j ust l ike you If that sounds like something you're looki ng for from a ba nk. stop by 53. com/checking and use our simple new tools to find the check ing solut i on that's j ust right. It takes great thinking to come up with better ideas A littl e listening doesn t hurt either The curious ba.nk. FIFI'H THIRD BANK "1'1 r-0 :xJ c ):> CJ) m z :::! z m r-m c: r r m :::! z '1:J c: m !: CJ) :r m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c ):> z c "1'1 c $50 rnini1lJm to 01 al accomts. Rfth Third Balk. Member FDIC. C') m -..I I ):>

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Missionary Baptist Church 3708 East Lake Avenue Tampa. Fl 33610 813) 628--i622 Church (813) 628-0752 rsims@tampabay.rr.com Invites you to our I st Church Anniversary A Progressive Church in a Changing Time October 21 -28, 20 12 October21 04:00P.M. Reverend W. D. Sima, Pastor October 23 07:30 P.M. Reverend Kendrix Gardner, Pastor New Mt. Zion M. B. Church Lakeland, FL Reverend Jerome Griffin, Pastor Reverend Cleveland Lane, Pastor Reverend Rayford Harper, Pastor Evening star M B. Cluch, Tampa, FL First M. B. Quch Pines First Baptist Church of West Tampa Tampa. FL Tampa, FL Anniversary Chairpersons: Ministerial Staff (Posse) The Church Where Love Flows Like A River Local' Council Me11bers IPtillistic About Challber's Plans For West Ta11pa COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Tuesday, the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce revealed their plan for the rebirth and redevelop ment of theW est Tampa area. The plan, aimed at capitaliz ing on an improving economy and efforts by local govern ment to transform the west bank of the Hillsborough River, addressed specific issues and has three main areas of focus. One of the areas of focus is to aggressively pursue eco nomic development opportu nities with a Riverwalk on the western bank of the river; connections from neighbor hoods to the riverfront; a program to facilitate the use of federal
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The Perlorminu Arts Come To Tampa Park These are scenes of students at the Perfonnance Arts at Tampa Park involved in different activities. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Yolanda Anthony, Prop erty Manager for Tampa Park Apartments, always wanted to engage the young people of Tampa Park in a positive way. In May of this year, that re sulted in the birth of "The Per forming Arts at Tampa Park." "After meeting with Bishop Gaines and his wife, Tamieka, Pastors of Better Life (Ybor City) and NDWC NJ, the vision began to mate rialize," said Ms. Anthony. "We discussed innovative ways to redirect, empower and cultivate our next generation of entertainers, business moguls and politicians. We all realized that as an epidemic of change has engulfed our com munities, country and culture, we are empowered and pas sionate about beginning a new venture that will nurture our growth while also enriching the lives of the residents of Tampa Park Apartments." The oversight of the day to-day operations of the pro gram is being managed by Tampa Park's Marketing Man ager, Richard Clebert, and Bishop Gaines. Bishop Gaines and his family bring a wealth of knowl edge from the entertainment world, and are an integral part of the program, while their This is a drawing by Malik Alford of President Obama. daughter, Brittany, is a grad uate of the University of Tampa, where she founded the Gospel Choir. She acts as the vocal coach for the program The Performing Arts at Tampa Park enrolls young people from 5 to 19 years old, and offers an assortment of classes, including piano, dance, guitar, drums, voice, and art. The program instills that it takes more than just a gift to grace the platform of the nation. The students are chal lenged to maintain proper eti quette, grammar, and basic life skills. One of the students, Malik Alford, 16, said he would like to become a psychologist for children when he graduates from Howard W. Blake High School. "I'd also like to attend col lege in Phoenix, Arizona. "I remember going to the New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. Reverend Madison Murray, Sr., Pastor 3325 East Emma st 4413 North 35th st Tampa. R. 33610 Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 11 :00 AM 64th Church Anniversary and Mortgage Bwnlng Company 4:00 PM -Guest Church First Baptist Clllrch of Uncoln Gardens..l Reverend Greene, Pas1Dr Port of Tampa as part of my was a special moment, and in-this Saturday, October 20th at aJ school's Maritime Program to spired me to draw a picture of 6 p.m., at the Performing Arts m meet President Barack him." at Tampa Park facility, 1475 :::0 Obama. I wore my ROTC uni The students are working Tampa Park Plaza. u; form and he came up to me diligently as they prepare for For more information, and said, 'Put the phone down their first performance at the please call (813) 281-0700 or g and shake my hand boy!' It Breast Cancer Benefit Concert (813) 229-1845 Ext 0. N BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK 1s Theme: '"Bishop Newkirk's Unwavering Faith in the Faithfulness of God.. Hebrews U:l-3, 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012 AT 7:00 PM CONCERT with Tabernacle of Praise, First Baptist Church of College Hill Choir, USF Gospel Choir, Isaac Ruffin and the GUWA. Culminating with WORSHIP SERVICE on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2012 AT 11:00 AM ., r 0 ::D c ,. en m z :::! z m r CD c: r r m COu.EGE Hill. C.O.G.I.C. PRESESENTS 'c) "'e(\ \ -.tlo e(\ ..t. e ov. "STRAIGHT TALK" Let's Keep It Real Let's Keep It too-'(\'\. -.tl ... '9'(e 1:t-,. e SllUUGHTTAI.K: Youns People with real questions, enpsinc in openly edifyinc conversation, trying to line up the way they walk, talk, and live with theWordofGOD What is Salvation? What is Faith? WHEN: November 10, 2012 WHERE: College Hill Conference Center 1002 E. Ml.K Blvd. TIME: 12:00-2:00p.m. tl)"r/!JiJt SIJ ill! ... c S!] Pastor: Elder Charles Davis e. 011t;11tJ. siJy '" s. G0C/ "'ily 111, tl) sl) fo,.h. ilh0 itt All questions will be anonymous ill!""' llf1C/:> tl} o..., 101"1 to s; itt itr. li. tl) 1'1, e ilf1y 'St; ., -.... Corne and be renewed by the Transforminc of your Mind! z "'0 c: CD r u; :::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c ,. z c :::0 c C) m cp

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i Organization Plans Earlv Voting Rallv 0 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor > Saturday, October 27th, [t marks the first day of Early u.. Voting. Residents will be able to cast ballots at several local venues. Members of the Hillsbo rough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens will host their final Early Voting Rally on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6. p.m. The event will take place at AI Barnes Park 2902 N. 32nd Street, (formerly known as 18th Avenue Park) Ann Jenkins, Voter Registration Chairperson for the Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens said, "We are hav ing an Early Voting Rally and we will provide transportation to and from the 9 Early Voting sites. ft We are trying to carry as c many voters to the polls to :i cast their vote as needed. > Our goal is to see if. our v ot e r registration drives had 0 a po siti ve impact ; not only for our organization but for tall the organizations who fj: took the tin;te to hard w on voter regiStration. > w c w :I: CJ) :J UNITY M.S. CHURCH 1:D 3111 Ybor St., Tampa ,FL 33605 :::) 248--5955 D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z i= ffi ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. c Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7 P.M ..J u.. THE PUBLIC I S I N V ITED MS. ANN JENKINS Voter Registration Chairperson, Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens A representative from the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office will be on hand to answer questions regarding voting. Additionally there will be machines available for citizens to check their voting status. Those planning to attend the rally should have accept able photo identification to 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290416 Tampa, FL 784-1021 Chapel United Methodist C 7735 Destin Dr. Tampa Fl33619 Telephone {813} 626-8905 Join Us As We Cel1e. br :ote lheme: We've Come Thlsfary fQith Scdpture: James 2:17 hlllh WIIIJOut Wk IS D&od Sunday, October 28, 2012 10a.m vote. The identification forms include: driver's license; state issued identifi cation card; debit or credit card with a photo; military identification; student iden tification; retirement center identification, neighbor hood association identification, or public assistance identification. Members of the organiza tion will transport voters to and from the following vot ing locations: C Blythe Andrews, Jr., Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. King Jr.; the Fred B. Karl County Center, 26th Floor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd.; Robert L. Gilder Election Service Center 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd. ; and Temple Terrace Public Library 202 Bullard Parkway Early Voting will take place from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., from Saturday, October 27th through Saturday, November 3rd.

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::u 6 Readers Share Comments About Second Presidential Debate g BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday night, the second of three debates took place be tween President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. Some readers who watched the debate shared their comments. Ms. Carolyn Collins said America needs a leader who re spects all people, including the less fortunate and the middle class; and a leader who decides on a position, stays with that posi tion. The true debate is within us: are we registered to1 vote, educated on the ballot contents to vote, will we early vote, and on Nov. 6th will we get others to the poll to VOTE. "The debate Tuesday night by the President and his opponent was a demand for RESPECT and TRUfH. TRtiTH and STABILilY is America's call for the Presi dency! TRtiTH and STABIU'IY won the debate. Now the election must be won." Marvin Knight said, "President Barack Obama was clearly in control. He answered all of the questions truthfully, he was informed, and he showed everyone that he is capable of leading the country for the next four years." Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "Mr. President won this election. Mitt Romney is debating from a script, the President threw him off his game plan, and he lost it. He tried to attack the President like before, and he didn't succeed. I wanted the President to come out and show the American People that he was carrying a heavy load by fighting the Republicans. How ever, through it all, he got a lot ac complished." Danny Green said, "I was proud to see that President Obama fought back against chal lenger Mitt Romney, by standing his ground. "Romney repeatedly attacked President Obama's records saying million of unem ployed people and sluggish economic recovery showed the President's policies had failed. "However, Romney failed to provide further specifics of his tax policy, even when one audience member asked about unspecified deductions and loopholes the candidate say he will eliminate. I would love to hear more about the gap for a better America." Prophetess Joanne Gillespie said, "President Barack Obama reminded some people and proved to others, during this debate with Mitt Romney why he was elected the 44th and cur rent President of the United States of America. "President Obama won this debate by a landslide and left his opponent looking completely out of his league. Mitt Romney came across as desper ate, uninformed and inarticulate. He most definitely was surprised or maybe even shocked at the Barack Obama he met in the ring on this go round. "President Barack Obama delivered the knockout punch and he delivered it with confidence clear articulation, and authority that commanded respect." Ronnie Moorer said "President Barack Obama took charge and did a great job on his speech He exposed Mitt Romney in his lies about how he cares about the American people as a whole and about what Presi dent Obama has done in these past four years Mitt Romney put on a good "dance," as he "danced around" how he would take care of the unemployed now Mitt Romney, to me was rude at times, he wanted to "hog" the time he was allotted. "Romney did not have his facts" right. His statement about Libya was wrong It stunned him, when even the moderator told him his statement was wrong President Obama stood firm about the assassination in Libya, and how he was the Com mander in Chief and he took full responsibility. "President Obama also told America all he has accomplished and that he is still the person who should continue to run this coun try and go "Forward" to have a better America. I agree!" Ms. Tonya Lewis said, "President Obama stood a solid ground last night at the Town Hall Debate. I'm very t Boptist OF COLLEGE HILL pleased of how he displayed a calm demeanor and charged every answer with a quick response. Romney thought that he pulled the same stunt at the last debate, as you see it did not work Actually, some of Romney's punch lines backfired. Clearly, Nov. 6th will show moving 'Forward, Not Back.'" Ms. Evangeline Best said, "During this second debate, President Obama more clearly, ag gressively, and passionately communicated his position on the various topics of discussion, while Governor Romney continues to make promises to "fix and grow" the economy, but provide little substance as to how he would achieve this. My vote is for the candidate who has already 'walked a mile in a presidents shoes." Dr. Samuel Wright said, "President Obama was on his game! He was cool, calm and col lective, but he stated his case and exuded much more energy and enthusiasm than before. "Governor Mitt Romney, in my opinion, sounded like a bro ken record --a much-rehearsed speech. Overall, I believe the American people cheated President Obama in the ratings, but he was quite presidential and ac curate in his deliberations!" Ross Anderson said, "I feel that our President did a great job last night and I'm glad he was able to get a few key points across such as the Mitt Romney tax cuts. Where will that money come from? Also, not everyone in Amer ican receive dividends checks and have a IRA account. d "We all have to remember m this, 'it's better to know where you m are going then to be told how to ::U get there.' (Q "With President Barack w Obama we all know where we are tg going. With I'm not sure if we want to follow his direction on how to get there, espe cially since '47% of Americans feel entitlements to government assis tance.'" Ms. Denese Meteye James said, "The President appeared more confident than before, vigor ously defending his record. He re mained on task with Gov. Romney on every subject. You almost have to wonder if his per formance in the first debate was deliberate. "They were both very spirited in their responses. I was, how ever, concerned that at times Governor Romney continued to speak and did not show Candy, the Moderator the re spect she deserved as she attempted to maintain control. "While the uncommitted vot ers chose topics based on sub stance that the average person can relate to, I could not help but notice that the makeup of the 82 individuals did not represent all 0 the people equally, i.e., minorities seemed underrepresented. C "In my opinion, the President )llo appears to look at individuals as tn people rather than only as voters. The scenarios he presented re-::! garding his mother and grand-z mother are circumstances the m average person can identify with. Let's see what next week brings." m IT IS CELEBRATION TIME::! z First Baptist Church of College Hill "U c: m c;; :::r:: m c m < m Invites YOU to Come and celebrate our 1 08ti-. & 1/omeco/fttirp 2012 Theme: F.E.A.L.the Difference Faith-Empowerment-Action-Life Saturday, October 20, 2012 @ 1 Oam -3pm A Community Fall Festival Featuring Ministries at FBCCH Food by BJ's catering Activities and entertainment for all ages and it is all FREE-FREE Sunday, October 21 2012 Worship Services 7:30am10:00am-12:00pm Featuring Pastor Scottye Holloway Senior Pastor of Bethel Baptist Church in Cleveland, OH Dr. S. Evan Burrows, Senior Pastor 3838 N. 29th T;;unpa, Fl33610 www.fbcch 813.248.6600 -4 c: m tn c ,.. z c c

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,... a: w m Designer To Host Annual Fashion Show For Plus-Size Models 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On October 27th, Exotic IJ.. Elegance will .present their since I started this business, and I've always felt it is very much appreciated. 8th annual fashion show for plus-size models. The show will be held at Embassy Suites USF, 3705 Spectrum Boulevard, and doors will open at 4:30 p. m. Rhonda Gray, who will be hosting the event and is also founder of RaRa Designs, said this year will offer more vari ety, and the show will have plus-size models from all over the country. "I've gotten a pretty good response from the public "I design fashions only for plus-size RHONDA women, and "RaRa" many of them GRAY will be featured in the show. Ms. Gray said she got into designing when she went to a Christmas party, and saw two women wearing a dress iden tical to the one she was wear. ing. "That's when I decided to design my own fashions for Investigative Reporting News & Editorials Complaint Inquires Talk Shows 813.244.0664 These are some of the size models who will be featured. women of my stature Finding plus size models was difficult, because a lot of plus size women suffer from low self esteem. They don' t feel they're beautiful enough, and are self conscious about their appearance." Ms. Gray holds meetings every week with a group of women, and they start off with a prayer before she offers them words of encouragement. "We do photo shoots and other things to help build their self esteem, and it's a real positive environment. We listen to each other's criticism, and build from that. I love making women feel beautiful about themselves." Ms. Gray said for too long clothing was restricted for plus size women. "My designs are more ele gant sophisticated, sexy, and eloquent." In _The Spotlight BIANCA There's a certain Scorpio who has a birthday coming on the 23rd, and also is this week's Spotlight feature. Happy birthday Bianca, and we hope she'll have many more coming in the future. Bianca says her favorite star is William Levy, and her hobby is playing soccer. Her future plan is to have a big family, and her philosophy of life is, "you only live once, so make it count. Bianca says when it comes to the men in her life, they must be HOT!!! Congratulations to Bianca, and we hope she enjoys her birthday celebration. How do I save my home? A consumer cred1t counsel1ng educat1onal course Saturday, October 27, 2012 10:00 AM 2:00 PM Education Workshop: Evaluatl'lg your situation Defining Delinquency Identifying the players learning how to wor1< with your lender Understanding alternatives to foreclosure Determining options avaBable to you Foreclosure Assistance Workshop: The "Keep Your Home event is designed to educate and assist famUtes facing foreclosure or who are concerned about their current housing and financial situation. The wori
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Movie Reviews/Soaps/Horoscopes :!! Days Of Our LivesVicupdate available for 10/18. 0 Sinister A father (Ethan Hawke) comes across a grue some home in his attic and realizes when he plays the move, the monster comes from the into his house. The monster wants the kids. Very creepy and disturbing. Defi nitely, not for kids. Made $18M. (Budget $3M). ***112 Seven Psychopaths -A writer/director (Colin Ferrell) sets out to audition seven psy chopaths for his He soon realizes the psychos are closer to him than he thinks. A well written Pulp-Fiction-type Made $4M. (Budget $15M).**** Pitch -A freshman college student (Anna Kendrick) is forced by her dad to join the acappella team on campus. The semi-musical was very good. Made $36M. (Budget $17M). **** Taken 2 Brian Mills (Liam Neeson), the retired CIA agent and his ex-wife are taken by the father of the kidnapper he killed rescuing his daughter The first Taken film was a classic, but this was still good. Good spy scenes with daughter. Must see! Still No. 1 at box office. Made $86M. (Budget $45M). **** Bold And The Beautiful Taylor and Brooke are stunned b y Thomas' attitude; Pam asks Stephanie for a big favor; Brooke s vulnerable emotions are exposed during a conversa tion with Taylor. Stephanie de livers a distressing reality check to Brooke; the pressure of being the interim CEO of Forrester begins to get to Thomas; Donna gives Thomas tor and Caroline reminisce; Sam gets a surprise from -4 John wakes to find a woman in John McBain. Will Todd be 0 his bed ; Sami is disappointed honest with Carl y ? Duke and heartbroken by Rafe 's acsweeps Anna off her feet. lJ tions; EJ finds a in his Young And The Restless office. Daniel realizes the Victor delivers shocking Hotel Transylvania Dracula (voice of Adam San dler) invites all the famous monsters to his castle for his daughter's birthday. All trouble starts when his daughter falls in love with a human. Kids will love this film Made $102M. (Budget $8sM). **** repercussions of his actions are news, while Sharon's breakN potentially .caree r ending; Jen-down at the Newman ranch g nifer is released on bail; Bo, has catastrophic consequences. N Loopers Brure Willis and Joseph take you on a wild sciffi ride about futur istic hitmen who travel back in time to kill their targets. The ending is really crazy. Very lent, b u t fun. Made $51M. (Bud get $30M). **** End Of W atch-Might be one of the best police since Training D ay. Action packed and intense. Jake Gyl lenhaal and Michael Pena come through as two police officers patrolling the streets of Los An geles Made $36M (Budget $7M). **** House At The End Of The Street -Jennifer Lawrence (Hunger Games) and her mother (Elizabeth Shue) move to a new town and make a grue some discovery about the house next door. Black director, Mark Tonderai did a good job with this low budget-horror film. Tied for Made $29M. (Budget $10M).**** HOROSCOPES Libra (Sept 23-0ct. 22) Manage all that's possible, and then some, with some help from innovations. There's no time to complain, and it would n t do you any good anyway. Adapt with grare Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 2 1) Scratch out the things you can't afford, or that you're never going to complete. Romance is a definite possibility ... full speed ahead. Go for what y ou wantmost. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You get a head start, thanks to you r focus and determination. Use your power for good. Give up something you don t need and surge for ward. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -You' re under pressure with deadlines for the next few days. Big spending is not the. correct ap.swer. Let partners do Kayla and Roman make plans Phyllis witnesses a close mofor looking after Caroline; Kris ment between Nick and Avery ten observes John and Marlena while Nikki struggles to protect together. Victor from devastating news. the heavy lifting. Stay rested, and it flows. Aquarius (Jan. 2 0-Feb. 1 8 ) What you ve learned comes in very handy during the temporary confusion. Listen carefully to one who doesn't say much. Friends really help over the next few days. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Expect more from oth ers and yourself. It's not time to be slacking off ... every moment counts. Change the itinerary as needed. Do the job you've been thinking about. Aries (Mar. 21-Apri119) Check the big picture for the next few days, and take a leap into the next adventure. You don't want to regret not followed your heart. Resist the urge to splurge. Taurus (April 20-May 20) Too many circum stances threaten to get in the way, but you find inspiration and rise to the occasion. Bal ance idealism with realism. Costs may end up higher than expected. Gemini (May 21June 2 0 ) Play well with others, compromise, and win on many levels. plans come to fruition Intuition illuminates career matters. Check and dou ble-check the data. Accept an unusual request. Cancer (June 21-July 22) Focus on work to tie up loose ends. Your energy may be scat tered, so direct it toward prior ities. Plan an outing. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Romance, games and relaxation take priority. But continue to build your reserves and remain flexible You have what you need. Dreams reveal a major change. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You're entering a two-day domestic phase. Put a plan on paper to save time. You' re get ting impatient to start. Don t try it alone. A friend can put you in touch with the perfect partner. Does Kathy Castor Bring Home The Bacon? Really? $70 million dollars of President Obama's stimulus money to the district. Did the Black Co mmunity benefit? $19,000.00 allocated t o East Tampa. !Sourc:e : Reoovtlfy .GoV!) Bacon ... Really? You decide. $19 million for the Encore Project. Did the Black Community benefit? F ew African-American w o rkers were hired, ev e n though 2,000 people registered for jobs. Baco n ... R e ally? You de c ide. 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Code Enforcement g; ..... a: w NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING m As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail no tice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a 0 Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 21, 2012 at <( 9:00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases Which are in c violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below a: describes the case number, property owner(s), violation ad dress, code section violated, and legal description of c a: c z c( c (/) w :::: .... iJ: w 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 op portunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Of fice of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE I 12-05396 FERNANDEZ, MARIA D 2410 DURHAM ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 17 BLOCK 6 190442 0000 CASE I MC KINLAY, DAVID M. 3215 W DE LEON ST ., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19AND 19-56 LICATA AND NUCCIO LOT5BLOCK2 116750.()()()() CASE I HOF, DENNIS 2202 CORRINE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-49 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOTS 13 AND 14 BLOCK 20 190666 .()()()() CASE I 12-o5864 ORTIZ MARIA 2218 CHAPIN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19 AND 19 232 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 21 BLOCK 37 190952.()()()() CASE I 12 KREMER, JOHN T. AND KREMER, JUUE KO 909 W CYPRESS ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19 26AND 19231 KNOWLES SUBDIVISION TO WEST TAMPA LOT5BLOCK 1 179605 0000 CASE I 12 TIMOTHY A. ZINK 1701 BAYSHORE BLVD., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 1950 ADAMS ADDITION TO RICHARDSON PLACE LOT1 186218.0012 CASE I 12 HO, SAMUEL C AND HO, BICHNGA N. 5811 MARINER ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49AND 19 MARINER ESTATES LOT35 1 12622 0000 CASE I 12 KOCSIS, JOSEPH AND KOCSIS, USA 5123 E BROADWAY AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19 AND19-231 SCHLEY LOTS 1 2 3 4AND LOTS 6 TO 10 INCL BLOCK 4 AND LOTS 1 TO 5 INCL BLOCK 5 AND CLOSED STREETS ABUTTING THERE ON 160083.0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING G:'i As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice c to violators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a w Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 21, 2012 at :::i 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in m violation of the City of Tampa Code. Information listed below descr i bes the case number, property owner(s), violation ad z dress, code section violated, and legal description of i= subject property in that order. The hear ing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd ...J Tampa Florida. Affected property owners will be given the op portunity to discuss the alleged violations. Shou l d anyone ...J have any quest i ons regarding these cases please call the Of w f i ce of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. z i= z w (/) c( c a: 0 ...J CASE I 12 JOHNSON CONRAD D AND JOHNSON GISELLE C. 3816 W WISCONSIN AVE., TAMPA FL C ODE SECTIONS : 5 3 5 108 4 AND 5 1 INTERBAY LOT 10 BLOCK 25 133218.0000 CASE # 124497 LEE HYO KEUN AND LEE KYUNG SOOK 3300 W COLUMBUS DR., -3304 TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 3 5 108.4 AND 5 105 1 MICHIGAN HEIGHTS LOTS 17 TO 26 INCL B LOCK 2 110427.0000 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record inCludes the testimony and evidence upon which 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 CITY 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. oq-..... w SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES C!J CITY CLERK Entertainment Rlhannalalles Fourth Vogue Cover Rib anna's seventh studio album, Un apologetic will be out on No vember 19, and the star whose air of spontaneity laces her packaged pop with raunchy authenticity has nevertheless embarked on a well-planned promotional media blitz. First stop? The cover of the November issue of Vogue, on which the Bajan chanteuse crouches in couture while staring darkly at the cam era under cropped bangs. Fresh Prince' Star Anonso Ribeiro Gets Married ALFONSO RIBEIRO and wife, ANGELA Actor Alfonso Ribeiro, best known to television audi ences as Carlton from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, is mar ried. On Saturday, Ribeiro wed Angela Unkrich in Califor nia,. This is the second marriage for the 41-year-old performer. Three 6 Malia Rapper DJ Paul Arrested On October 14th rapper DJ Paul, from the Oscar-winning hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia, was arrested in New York. Sources close to the Mem phis producer said that the in cident happened after a dinner in Manhattan. Paul had allegedly stopped at a bodega to purchase a beer, and opened it while leaving, when an officer started to fol low him. While being searched, the "Poppin' My Collar" rapper told the police that he had a taser in his possession. Unfor tunately as Paul passed the DJPAUL weapon to the assisting officer, it was accidentally discharged. It is also rumored that while he was being detained, the of ficers took pictures with him and sang the chorus from Paul's hit song "Stay Fly ." Jav-z In 2012 campaign Video First pop star Beyonce cut an ad on behalf of the Obama campaign; now her rap icon husband, Jay-Z, is getting in on the act. In a new video subtitled The Power of Our Voice," the hip-hop legend speaks on the importance of voting in this year's increasingly contentious general election campaign. "For so long, there was this voice that was silenced out there as far as exercising your right to vote. I think it was a voice that was silent because people had lost hope. They did n't believe that their voice mat-JAY-Z tered or counted, said Jay-Z. Footage from Jay-Z's Made in America festival featuring the president is used in the clip, in which the rap star ap pears uncharacteristically sub dued and sincere. TUE$ TrUES WED JlKfQ .... =" .. 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Entertainment Flavor Flav Reponedlv Arrested For Assault With Deadlv weapon Vete ran rapper and ex-real ity 1V star Flavor Flav has been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. The 53-year-old Public Enemy hype-man was al legedly incarcerated in Las Vegas following an altercation in his home with fiancee and her teenage son, which involved a knife. No one was injured and the rapper (whose real name is William Jonathan Drayton, Jr.) is being held on FLAVORFLAV $23,000 bail in Clark County jail. Flav has been embroiled in a series of recent brushes with the law. Drake Graduates High School At Aae 25 Rapper Drake has had phe nomenal success, first as a child actor and now as a hip-hop star, but he always regretted not com pleting his high school educa tion. He finally achieved that goal, completing the necessary credits to receive his high school diploma. "97% on my final exam. 88% in the course. One of the greatest feelings in my entire life. As of tonight I have graduated high school," Drake tweeted to this fans. Drake had dropped out of sc hool at 15 to pursue a role on DRAKE the teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation. "My mother was very sick. We were very poor, like broke. The only money I had coming in was off of Canadian 1V, he told Complex magazine in 2011. Miami Rapper lizzie Killed In Shooting Miami rapper Bizzl e was killed in a shooting outside a carwashing busines s on Monday night. The homicide occurred at 710 NW 54th St. at about 7=30 p.m ., police said Miami Police confirmed Mon day night that the victim was Robert Labranche. He is also known as B izzle. Police said in a statement that they are searching for a black male suspect in his 20s who fled the scene wearing all black. The scene in Liberty City be came chaotic when the victims' relatives crossed the crime scene tape and police had to use force to restrain a man and woman. They were later released and no charges were filed, police said. LateReuuae Icon Peter Tosh Receives Jamaica Honor lias Loses Georgia Home To Foreclosure :< 0 0 a Nas probably wishes his personal life was matching his professional success right now. While he's still riding the suc cess of his acclaimed 1oth album, Life Is Good, the Queensbridge rapm per recently lost his Georgia m house to foreclosure. :tl ..... N a s was able to handle the !.D bill for the property for N $585,000 back in 2004 but ung fortunately he couldn't take N care of the following payments that totaled up to $507,000. Sun Trust, the bank who gave Nas the original loan, sold the house in a public auction last month to the tune $348,000. The mini-mansion is decked out with a custom theater, gym, and walk-in pool, which is a definite steal for the new homeowner. KINGSTON, JAMAICA Twenty-five years after his mur der, Jamaica' s government on Monday honored the contribu tions of fire brand reggae m u si cian and songwriter Peter T osh, one of the Caribbean island' s musical giants. Dionne warwick Owes California $2.6 Million In Taxes Tosh's daughter Niambe, an educator from Boston,Mas sachusetts, received the posthu mous "order of merit" -the country's third highest honor on behalf ofherlate father dur ing an annual national awards ceremony on the lawns of King's House, the residence of Jamaica's governor general. Tosh was a founding member of the Wailers, forming the three-man core of the group with Bob Marley and Bunny "W ailer" Livingston. DIONNE WARWICK SACRAMENTO, CA Two celebrities are on a notable list in California, but it's not ex actly the A list. Hennessy YS rey Goose, Ciroc -All FlavorsRemy YSOP/V The state's Franchise Tax Board says singer Dionne Warwick and Steven Seagal are among top 500 people and owing the most in u taxes. The tax board r its list Thursday. 0 It says Warwick, who :tl lives in New Jersey, owes California $2.6 million. She 's been en delinquent since 2003, but m publicist, Kevin Sasaki, says Warwick has worked out a z payment plan with the p! and is paying down her debt. m c: r r m ::! z "tJ c: IJJ r c;; % $3399 7 SOML $3599 2of37SML i $ 99 2of10011. m G r e y Goose, C iroc: Courvasior Y S Seagram, New Amsterda Gin/Vodk a $49 9 9 1.75 Seagram Gin/Vodka $ '1699 1.75 New Amsterdam Gin/Vodka $1899 1.75 Paul M $8.99 750ML$18.99 us Christian B $8.99 750ML $18.99 1.15 E&J $ 1 9 .991.75 Exclusive $8.99 750ML $18.99 1.15 ._ 2 $ft99 For 7Mix & Mat'h Kinky Hypnotiq *1899 Couvasior *2299 vs *2299 GreY. Goose $1 2 of 200 ML ?<

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5' arts N __ Wildcats Honor e oach McCiarin Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman University honored Coach Jack "Cy" McClarin at a dinner during the Homecoming weekend. Those who attended the dinner in honor of Coach McClarin were: Willie Benjamin, Ernest Swift, Samuel Barber, Owen HarriS (of Tampa), Cy McClarin, Calvin Jackson and Charles Schanley. (Photo by Julia Jackson) c a: LL c z ct Baltimore Ravens Have Connection To Lakiland Kathleen High school Everyone knows that the c Baltimore Ravens legendary ffi linebacker, Ray Lewis, :::l played his high school foot1ball at Lakeland Kathleen before going on to the University of Miami. W So, no one should be sur c prised that after the 2010 NFL draft, Lewis would en notice a young free agent ::::; m trying out for the team who :::l just happened to also be a D. product of Lakeland Kathleen. tu No one knows for sure what role Lewis played, but i the Ravens signed Albert McClellan to a contract as W an undrafted free agent. Another talent McClellan Z shares with the Hall of w en ct c a: 0 LL Farner Lewis, is he also is a linebacker. McClellan played his col-ALBERT MCCLElLAN lege football at Marshall University, and in 2006, was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of theY ear. McClellan was a three time All-Conference USA selection at Marshall. He redshirted in2007 after suf fering a torn anterior croci ate ligament in pre-season. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY & er.dltol's REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER RODERICK 0. FORO Fonner U. S. Nmy Atty EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Ch..,ter 7 ($500 & Up) 220 E MadiSOn Ste. T
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Loca :u Evander HoiJiield savs He's Retires From Boxing EVANDER HOLYFIEW It's been more than fifteen years since Evander Holyfield' s infamous bite fight' with fellow heav y weight Mike Tyson. Since then Holyfield's boxing career hasn' t had many memorable moments. Monday night, the now almost so-year-old Holyfield told Sports Illustrated he's finally had enough. Cam Newton To Debut New Clothing line Next Year CAMNEWI'ON Cam Newton is ready to break into the fashion world. The second year Carolina Panthers quarterback will launch a signature line of "fashion-forward, versatile, professional apparel options for men at Belk department stores by fall 2013. Unlike his career-worst passing performance for the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in a loss against Seattle, Newton won over the crowd in the atrium of the department store chain's headquarters. 2804 E. Columbus Drive Tampa, FL 33605 "A Hallow Feast Will Be Served To All Hungry Souls" Admission: $15.00 Donation Attire: Scary Dress Cash Bar Bevonce Set For Super Bowl Halmme NEW YORK -All the single ladies will be watching the upcoming Super Bowl along with football lo v ers that's because Beyonce is the half time show performer. WNBA Star Speaks Out Against Anti-Gav Marriage Amendment Minnesota Lynx WNBA basketball star and Olympic gold medalist Seimone Augustus talks about her relationship and engagement to LaTaya Varner. time girlfriend LaTaya Varner. 0 0 a m m :u NFL confirmed the news Tuesday afternoon after Beyonce posted a photo of herself sporting eye black, where Feb. 3 is written on one, and "2013" on the other on her Tumblr page. The Super Bowl is set for Feb. 3, 2013 at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. MINNEAPOLIS Seimone Augustus has always preferred to stay out of the public e y e e v en as her basketball career has taken her to the heights of an Olympic gold medal and a WNBA championship. I felt like it was the per fect time for me being on a platform where I can make a change with my voice and 0 my situation." "Maybe :!:! c inspire someone else to :a> Beyonce, whose pop and R&B hits include "Crazy in Love," "Irreplaceable" and Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," has won 16 Gram my Awards The 31-year-old sang the national anthem at the 2004 Super Bowl in her home town of Houston when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers. With her adopted home state of Minnesota consider ing a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage, the Lynx star is now becoming a vocal proponent of equal rights for gays come out and be comforten able with themselves. Or After all, she has her own wedding coming up, to longmaybe someone else's parents will see my parents say ing that it's OK to be with your child and love your child unconditionally regardless of your sexual preference." @1. .'7,_ MINIOII GIOUP INC. 15tli 9/.nniversary Cefebratfon &-' 9lnnua( IFuntfrafser .uncheon 'I'-'lfoYJitafity Centre 4121 'lforth soth Street tTamya, 'Fforida 33610 \ rTue$day, October 30, 2012 11 am -2 ym ':Ticket Price: $75 BankofAmenca.11ielsen Tickets available at the door or visit http://computermentors.org/site_manager/newsletters Call 813-241-4200 for additional information ::::! z m r m c r r !!I z ., c m r-c;; ::z:: m c m < m -f c m en c ,.. z c ., :u c

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c a: LL c z w c w l: en :J CD :::;) ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::;) CD ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL MRS. NELL MARIE COOK Homegoing services for Mrs. Nell Marie Cook of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, October to, 20t2, will be held on Saturday, October 20, 20t2, at 2:30 p. m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 Chipco Street, Tampa, with Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, Bishop Titus Deas, Jr., officiating, and Bishop Lawrence liv ingston, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Nell Marie Cook was born November 20, t960, in Jesup, Georgia, to Matthew and Mary Bryant She was a member of First Born Church of the Uving God. Nell enjoyed computer technology, designing and creating beautiful items. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: husband, Larry Cook, Sr.; children, Odessa, Corry and husband, Rick, Tangela, Shamelia and Larry Cook,_Jr.; grandchildren,Shanell,Cedrick,Tacora Warrick and Jackie Curry; parents, Matthew and Mary B. brothers, Matthew, Bub and wife, Cynthia, Billy, Bobby and Jimmie all of Jesup, GA, Timmy and wife, Jannie and Troy Guyton of Nebraska; sisters, Odessa Powell-Hussey and husband, Baraton, Dorothy Sigler and husband, Joe Sigler, Linda and husband, Clarence Rodgers Maxine King and Mary Kay aunt, Darius Bryant; uncle, Henry Bryant; special friends, Mother Bradshaw, Sandra Governor and Mary Ann Fredrick; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, October t9, 20t2, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from s-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME DEACON, GAINES HILL, SR. Deacon, Gaines Hill, Sr. of Tampa, passed away on Satur day, October 13; 20t2. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 20, 20t2, at t p. m. at New Rising Star Missionary Church, t509 North Bay Street, with Rev. E. Washington, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Gaines Hill was born January 27, t940, in Sylvester, GA, and moved to Tampa in t959 He was employed and retired from the City of Tampa Storm Water Department after 33 years of service. He was a very understanding and loving man, willing to help you when needed, never saying no to anyone. One of his saying was, "I can see what i cando." He was a faithful member and Chairman of the Deacon's Board at New Rising Star Missionary Church. He was preceded in death' by: his father, mother, 3 brothers, 7 sisters, and a daughter. He leaves to cherish precious memories: his devoted wife of 33 years, Ethel Hill; children, Tommy, Sr. (Joyce), Gaines, Jr., and Tanya Hill; 2 granddaughters and 3 grandsons; 6 great grandsons and 6 great granddaughters; 4 stepdaughters and 2 step-sons; t7 step-grandchildren and t9 great-stepchildren; and a host of friends and church members of New Rising Star Missionary Church. Visitation for Deacon Gaines Hill, Sr. will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at the New Rising Star M. B. Church. Friends attending the homegoing services are asked to assemble at the church at t2:45 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DEACON JOE L.HOWARD 9/28 Because I love you so, I was able to accept that you had to go. No more pain and suffering, you are at peace. Because I love you so, I understand you are in a better place, but still many tears continue to cover my face: I miss you more than words could ever say, though I know I will see you again one day. I love you, Daddy. Walter, Joann, Joquez and Wal-. tavia. MR. CHARLIE SAMUEL RIGGINS, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Charlie Samuel Riggins, Jr. who passed away on Wednesday, October to, 20t2, will be held on Saturday, October 20, 20t2, at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco Avenue, at 11 a. m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Charlie Samuel Riggins, Jr. was born on April 6, t963, to Bertha Jenkins and Charlie Riggins. He was educated in Hillsborough County Schools and in the t98t graduating class of Tampa Bay Technical Vocational High School. He was employed by the Wonder Bread Company, until his health failed. Charlie gave his life to Christ at an early age. He was joined in holy matrimony to Cheryl D. Gardner. He was a faithful member of St. John Progressive M. B. Church. Charlie's greatest love was spending time with his family and friends and talking on the telephone. Charlie loved children, especially his grandchildren. He was preceded in death by: fathers, Charlie Riggins and Roosevelt Vickers; son, Marvin Griffin; grandmothers, Mary Jenkins and Emma Hell, aunt, Debra Milton; uncle, Frank Dessessau; and nephew, Derrick Martin. He leaves to cherish his memory: wife, Cheryl Riggins; children, Jenaro (Asia), Keon (Candice), Jermaine, Marquita (Johnny), and Shaquita; mothers, Bertha Jenkins Vickers and Carolyn Moore Riggins; grandchildren, Jaylynn, Gen'yia, Jenaro, Jr., Jenar'reon, Ke'Miah, Ja'Kayla, Keon, III, Jonathan, Jacqueers and Jonathan Williams, III; sisters, Elaine, Yvonne, Daphane, Sharon, Tracy, Felicia and Ramona; brothers, Bivinsky (Wimp) (Glenis), Adrian (Tiffany), Randall, Reche (Patricia), Roosevelt, Jr. (Tina), and John (Cortina); aunts, Hazel, Marion (Walter), Valarie, Anna Belle, Carrie (willie), JoAnn, Beatrice (Maceo), Rosebell (Mack), Lillian and Rhea; uncles, Louis, Felton, Gus (Mary), AI, Leon, Moultrie and Rick (Sandy); mother-in-law, Vivian Sim mons; sisters-in-law, Gerri, Pam and Alisha; goddaughters, Charlene, Jennell and Najah; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives; and special friend, Eddie McCollough. Visitation for Mr. Charlie S. Riggins, Jr. will be held at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, from 6-8 p. m., on Friday, October t9, 20t2. The family and friends attending the homegoing service for Mr. Charlie Samuel Riggins, Jr. are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at t0:45 a. m. for the service. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. EMMA JEAN SAILOR Mrs. Emma Jean Sailor was called home to Heaven on Oc tober 8 20t2. Family and friends will celebrate her life on Saturday, Oc tober 20, 20t2, at 11 a. m. at Bethel Church, t5t0 W. Hillsborough Avenue, with Reverend Tom Jones, officiating. Interment will follow. Emma began her life in this world as Emma Jean Williams, the daughter of Lister Quick (deceased) and Bertha Williams (deceased) ofTampa, on August 27, t952. After graduating from Blake High School in t970, she met and fell in love with Reginald Lindsey Sailor, Sr. They married and raised their children, Keevin Williams and Regina, Reginald (Jr.) and Walter (Sr.) Sailor; and grandchildren, Derrickka Johnson, Vincent Spells, Lavona, Walter (Jr.), and twins, Akria and Ukir Sailor. The couple also helped to raise "extended family" including: nephews, Darrin and Iran Williams; and godson, James Benemon. During good times and bad times, in sickness and health, the couple remained married until Emma was called home. Emma was a 29 year employee of Hillsborough County Public Schools, where she made lasting impressions on the lives of many students, parents and colleagues of Dale Mabry Elementary School, Carver Early Childhood Learning Center, Just Elementary School and Brewster Technical Center. Upon her retirement in 2003, Emma continued to work and serve others. She was an active member of Heaven Destiny (AOG) Church in Tampa, under the leadership of Pastor Tom Jones, where she was President of the Women' s Ministry. Forever the servant, no family member, friend or stranger was ever turned away when in need of shelter or food, as she was ever mindful of the Bible commandments. Heaven has gained a beautiful and dutiful spirit in Emma Jean Sailor. Emma's legacy oflove, compassion and service to all will be an indelible grace to be cherished by: her husband, children and grandchildren; as well as her siblings, Leo Williams, Walter Williams, Harold Williams, Ber.nard (Winifred) Williams, Melvin (Elizabeth) Quick, Ann (AI) Jackson, Hattie (Paul) Samp son, and Eloise Rogers; extended family, the Sailors, Barnes, CopelandsfWeeks, McDaniels, and Tuckers; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews; and many devoted friends, including, Carolyn Barton, Annette Bolton, Jean Brooker, Ann Cannon, Gloria Dixon, Gwynn Isaac and Theresa Mayo. A viewing will be held on Friday, October t9, 20t2, from 57 p. m. at Heaven Destiny Church, 4t0t E. Ellicott Street, Tampa. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. MERCEDES CRAWFORD Mrs. Mercedes Crawford of Tampa, passed away Sunday, October t4, 20t2. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 20, 20t2, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 30t North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mercedes Crawford was born November 2, t930, to the late Mr. Dan and Mrs. Alta Mae Grady. She was a lifelong resident of Tampa, and attended Don Thompson High School. Later in life she met and married Mr. Johnny Crawford. She was preceded in death by: her siblings, Madelyn Griffin and Ulysses Grady. She leaves to mourn: her husband of so years, Mr. Johnny Crawford; daughter, Martha Ann Benton and fi ance, Henry Anderson; granddaughters, Narranja Benton and Dede Hamilton; grandson, Adonis Benton and wife, Julie; five great grandchildren; sisters, Louise Edwards and Juanita Ware; brother, Dan Grady and wife, Annie; brother-in-law, Mack Benton and wife, Freda; sister-in-law, Louise Gr.ady; niece, Latrelle Thomas; nephew, James (Blue) Grady; special nieces, Rosemary Monroe and Bobbi Monroe; special devoted friends, Cherylene Levy, Clifford Wright and Roosevelt Lawrence; and a host of family, friends and neighbors. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October t9, 20t2, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 30t N. Howard Avenue. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at t:45 p. m., Satur day for the funeral service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com ROBERT J. L. GREEN 3/30/3110/20/02 Sadly missed by all your children, grands, great grands, sisters and friends.

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BROTIIER EDWARD LOUIS GROOMS, SR. Brother Edward Louis (Groomburger) Grooms, Sr. of Tampa, passed away Thursday, October 11, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 12 p. m. at Exciting Faith Alive @ New Mt. Silla M. B. Church, 5705 East 32nd Avenue, Pastor Antonio Hawkins, with Pastor GregoryT. Hill,' officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Brother Edward Louis Grooms, Sr. was born in Tampa, onApril7, 1955 Brother Grooms attended Hillsborough County Public. Schools. He graduated from Robinson High School in 1973 He accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour and served and worshipped at True Love Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor W. T. Carpenter. Brother Grooms was pre ceded in death by: his mom, Willie Lee Grooms ("Bill"); grandparents, Clifford and Betty Lee; brother, William Henry; sister, Mary Cross; and aunts, Stacie Lee Morgan and Mrs. Mattie Cliatt. He leaves a loving family to cherish his fond memories: wife, Gloria Pittman; sons, Ed ward Grooms, Jr. (Katina), and Marvin Grooms, Sr. (Tiffany); stepchildren, Melvin Canady, III, Lorrie Brown and Roselle Pittman; parents, Thelma Hill (Roosevelt); brothers, Pastor Gregory Hill (Kimberlee), George Hill (Latamika), Darrel Hill and Shawn Frazier; sisters, Marion "Duckie" Johnson (John), Patricia Thurman, Geraldine Hill, Cynthia Berry, Shelia Smith, Tawanda Hill and Yolanda Hill (Phil); grandchildren, Calandra Grooms, Demetrius Grooms, Edward Grooms, III, Mashawndra Grooins, Shante Grooms, Edquisha Grooms, Marnasia Grooms, Marvin Grooms, Jr., Monae Grooms, Marquise Grooms, Marnisha Grooms, Miette Young Grooms, Savan nah Canady, Joshua Canady, Dawn Hamilton Brown, Buffey Faulknor Brown and Gregory Everett, Jr.; great grandchildren, Mackenzie Joseph and Layla Joseph; uncles, Edward Graddy, Clifford Lee (Dorothy) and Alfonso Lee; aunt, Sharon Peterson (Rodney); godmother, Ariel Williams; special friends and family, Agnes Williams, Charlotte Mills, Judi Jones (Jose), Joe Williams and Ulysses Williams, Jr. (Joann); and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 19, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com (INFANT) KEITH SPIKE (Infant) Keith Spike of Tampa, passed away Thursday, October 11, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 12 p. m at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. He was preceded in death by: his great grandmother, Margaret Williams. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Louise Hannah; father, Keith G. Spike; grandparents, Patricia Hannah, and Patricia Williams Reeves and husband, Tony Reeves; siblings, Nahkya IglesIyani Williams and Damien Hannah; aunts, Taji-Tirea; uncles, Darron, Donshae, Jovan and Larry (Kim) Tyee; great grandmother, Louise Dawes and husband, Joseph Dawes; a host of cousins, great aunts, uncles, other family and friends; and special supporting friends, Regina McClinton and Perry Reed. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 19, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY MR. RAYMOND MARCELLUS JONES, SR. 8/16/1935-10/17/2011 If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, we would walk right up to Heaven and bring you back again. Our hearts still ache in sadness and secret tears still flow, what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. You're gone, but will never be forgotten. "Our Sunshine." Love, your wife, children and grandchildren MRS. LEOTA TAYLOR Mrs. Leota Taylor of 7124 Woodfield Drive, Tampa, passed away Wednesday, October 10, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 11 a. m at Mt Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 North Rome Avenue, with Rev Dr. C. T. Kirkland, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa. Mrs. Leota Taylor was a native of Madison, FL, and a resident of Tampa for over 70 years. She attended Public Schools in Madison County, FL. Leota was the oldest member of Mt Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa. She retired as a Food Serv ice worker in the Hillsborough County School System. She leaves to cherish her memory: a devoted nephew (like a son) and his wife, Eddie and Susie McArthur; daughter, Audrey Fisher; stepson, Jeffrey Taylor; two grandchildren, Christopher (Kanundra) Britt and Trade (Emory) Coleman; five great grandchildren, Christopher, Kenneth, DeMeario, Waynisha and Janecia; a great-great granddaughter, Al'Lia; two sisters, Argatha Williams and Anne (Rayfield) McGhee; two brothers, John and Dennis (Francis) Alexander; a very dear and devoted niece, Demoris Rhodes; a forever friend, Inez Myles; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 57 p.m., Friday, October 19 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliainsfuneralhome.com MS. CHRISTIE 'DUCK' THOMKINS February 21, 1965 -October 20, 2011 To our mother, we love so much and wish every day to feel your touch. The year has come to make us stronger. Forever in our hearts. We love you mother! Love always, family and friends. Wilson REVEREND FOSTER M. GARVIN Homegoing celebration for Reverend Foster M. Garvin of Tampa, who passed away Sat urday, October 13, 2012, will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, 33605, with the Reverend Allen Cusseaux, officiating, and the Reverend Dr. C. P. Epps, Pastor Emeritus of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was preceded in death by his former wife, Mrs. Ethel Lee Garvin. He is survived by: his wife, Lillie Mae Garvin; sons, Foster E. Garvin and Joseph Garvin and wife, Cecelia; grandsons, Karawn Garvin and Joseph D. Garvin; granddaughter, Jaela Garvin; great granddaughters, Kiara Garvin and Kaylee Garvin; a host of nieces and nephews who include, Melva Williams; stepdaughters, Brenda Smith (Theotis) and Ruthie Clark; stepsons, Tommie Clark, Sr. and wife, Paula, and Arthur Clark (Lucy); other close family who include, the Clark family and the Coley family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Plant City, FL, Reverend Garvin was raised in Tribley (Pasco County), FL. He was a longtime member of New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist' Church. Reverend Garvin was an active and dedicated member of Mt. Pleasant Lodge #13 for more than so years. There will be a viewing from s-8 p. m. and wake services will be held from 6 8 p. m. (with the family present), Friday, October 19 2012, at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2511 E Columbus Drive, Tampa, 3305. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. SHIRLEY ANNLAMOUR Memorial services for Mrs. Shirley Ann Lamour, who passed on October 16, 2012, will be held Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Pastor Patrick Woodfolk, officiating. Mrs. Lamour was preceded in death by: children, Yusef Darby and Baby Darby; par ents, Willieanna MaloneSim mons and John Wesley Simmons, Sr.; sister, Lynda Marie Simmons; and brother, Jamal Salahuddin. ..... N 0 ..... N She leaves to cherish fond memories with: children, Luq, man Darby, Aisha Darby, Lalla r Darby, Adeela Darby, Muham0 mad Darby and wife, Tiffany, :::U and Maryam Ingram and busC-...._ band, Torrie; grandchildren, Jazzline Golfin, Jazzmine rn Golfin, Ronnie Russell, Wayne Jackson, Jr., Elexis Raiford, -t Gerald Fleming, Jada Darby z and Jamya Darby; great m grands, Jamil Jackson, Marcus r Jennings, Janiya Russell and m Shareen Jennings; grandC: mother, Georgia Taylor of St. r Louis, MO; siblings, Bettye r Jean Simmons of St. Louis, MO, Lorraine Simmons of z Woodbridge, NJ, Steven Todd "a Simmons (Precious) of St. c: Louis, MO, Michael Lynn Sim-CD mons (Patricia), Vincent Sim-C mons o{ Wichita, KS, and CJ) Nancy Lee Wallace (Shanye) of J: St. Louis, MO; a host of nieces and nephews including, niece, Charlene Ann)eanissa Sim mons of Tampa; cousins; and a host of other relatives and friends. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Mrs. Lamour had resided in the Tampa Bay area for a number of years. She was a Substitute Teacher with the Hillsborough County Schools. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home on Sat urday, October 20, 2012, at approximately 1:45 p. m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com m < m :::c -< -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c :::c 0 ..... CD I )>

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MRS. LAURETIA 'MS. LO' ROBINSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Lauretta "Ms. Lo" Robin son of Tampa, will be held on Saturday, October 20, at it a.m. at New Friendship Mis sionary Baptist Church, 3201 East Lake Avenue, Tampa, 33610, of which the Reverend H. L. Daniels is pastor, with the Reverend W T Carpenter, Pastor of True Love Mission ary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Mrs. Lauretta "Ms. Lo" Robinson was born, February C 17 1941 to the late Clifton and Maggie Shemwell. ff: She attended local schools c z < Q en w :::::) .... > a: w > w Q w l: en :i m :::::) a. z i= w -I -I :::::) m in Stewart County, Tennessee. She later moved to Tampa, Florida in 1968. -Mrs. Robinson worked at Kress Department Store for many years and wa8 a member of True Love Missionary Bap tist Church, of which the Rev erend W. T. Carpenter is Pastor. In the late evening of Octo ber to, 2012, the life of Lau retta "Ms. Lo" Robinson came to a close and she is resting in the arms of her heavenly Fa ther, one that knew her heart and understood her tribula-tions. Memories will be cherished by her loving family: children, David Hughes, Bobby Hughes (Angie), Barbara (Shelia) Washington-Bianton (James) and Henry Shemwell (Roberta); brother, Clifton uj Shemwell (Annette); sister, z Angelina Parchman; grandi= children, Joseph (Joe) Lewis Z (Kimberly); Ashley Hughes, Crystal Washington, Chynna Washington, Julius Shemwell, Kiea Hughes and Kiyanna a: Hughes; great grandchildren, 0 Jaidah Dade, Joseph Lewis, -I Jr., Justin Lewis, Anjel Wash LL ington and Symphany Bryant; a host of godchildren and e x tended family from College Hill/Belmont Heights; and other relatives and friends. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p m., Friday, October 19 2012, at Wllson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.comMS. BEATRICE WILLIAMS SPEARMAN The homegoing celebration for Ms. Beatrice Williams Spearman, who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 11 a. m., at New Salem Mission ary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, Tampa, 33606, with Pastor, Dr. Henry J. Lyons, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery. Beatrice was born October 9 1937 She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and obtained her Asso ciate' s Degree from Gibbs Jun ior College and her Bachelor' s and Master's degrees from Florida A&M University. Beatrice was a dedicated member of New Salem Mis sionary Baptist Church, a ded icated school educator within the Hillsborough County School System and the com munity. Upon retirement from the School System, she continued her ministry in education and started her own private school, known as "Independent Com munity School, Inc." She was an awesome servant of the Lord, her fantily and the com-munity. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Bryant and Susie Williams; sisters, De lores W. James and Doris W. Moore; niece, Carolyn Scar borough-Smith; nephews, Leon E. Williams, Sr., Gregory Williams and Audwin Williams. She leaves to celebrate her life and cherish fond and lov ing memories: her son, Chap lain, Colonel, Richard E. Spearman, Jr. and wife, Linda; grandchildren, Karis Spear man of Woodbridge, VA, and Richard Spearman, III of Washington, DC; sisters, Bar bara Riley and husband, Basil, and Leola Cole; brothers, Leroy Williams of California, Herbert Williams and wife, Is abell, and Hilton Williams of Missouri; nieces, Elaine Pope, Gloria Washington, Brenda Williams, Barbara Ann Jack son and husband, Garfield, Sherry Way, Lisa Cole, Hope Scarborough, Suezette Williams and Deborah Williams; nephews, Ulysees Moore and wife, Barbara, Gary Moore, Michael James, and Daryle VCole and wife, Dan nette; cousins, Dorothy Williams and Moses Moore and wife, Margaree; godson, Soga Solarin and wife, Buki; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. There will be a viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, October 19, 2012, at Wilson. Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 336o5. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Funeral services for Mr. James Rogers "Mac" M cAllister will be held on Wednesday, October 24th, at 1 p m The services will be held at New Hope Missionary Bap tist Church 3005 E. Ellicott Street Dr. Bobby Gene McAl lister, Justice Fellowship In ternational, Raleigh, North Carolina is the Eulogist. Mr. McAllister died at his II IIEIIIIIIII ESTELLA JONES Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints. Truly, you were one of His precious ones. We love you and miss you. Your family and friends. MR. JAMFS McALLISTER residence on Sunday October 141h. He was 77 years old. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p m., at Aikens Funeral Home on Tuesday, October 23rd. Everett-Derr & Anderson wil be in charge of the home going services. (The Funeral Notice will appear in the Tues day, October 23, edition o the SentineO. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD MATIHEW FORDOMS 11/23/04 -1/1/66 MOM VASHTI FORDOMS 10/19/19 -9/6/00 In loving memory of our Mother and Father. We miss you so much! Happy birthday. From: Esther, Albert, Patricia, Gerard, Sarah, Emogene and Mary; grands, great and great great grands. IN lOVING MEMORY ON THE 5TH YEAR OBSERVANCE OF YOUR TRANSITION OREN TAYlOR WilliAMS auaust10, 11nOctober 11, 2001 "Blessed Are The Pure In Heart For They Shall See God" The precious memories we have of you will forever remain in our thoughts. There is not a day that goes by that visions of the times we spent together does not invade our minds. Though there is still sadness and pain in the hearts of all of us who loved and knew you, the joy of once having you in our lives gives us reason to be eternally grateful to God for al lowing you to be with us, even if it was for such a short while. baby, you can be proud of Taelor and Dillon. They are so much like you, in looks, mannerisms and character. It's hard to believe that it has been 5 years since we last saw your beautiful face, heard your melodic voice, witnessed that radiant smile of yours, and were recipients of your generous nature. To say we miss you will be an understatement, the void that was left in our hearts can never be filled, but the knowledge that you are resting, "Safe in His Anns," gives us the and strength needed to carry on. We will always love you: children, Taelor and Dillon; mother, Carolyn; sisters and brother, Sabrina, Gregory, Dephanie, Remeka and Shan; grandparents, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and other family members and friends.

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BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM liN MEMORIAM I IN MEMORY OF g SARAH MYRICK Mother, we miss you. Happy birthday. From, your chlldren, grands and great grands. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM PHYLLIS ARMSTRONG October 21, 1967 October 8, 2002 It's been 10 years since you've left, but always thinking of you. Happy birthday, 47 years old today. From: kids, mother and sisters. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CLAUDIA (MUDD A) WINGO Happy birthday, Mudda. Your children, Cynthia, Diane, Mickey, Carl and Pa tricia and other fam ily members and friends. REMEMBERING DAD ON YOUR BIRTHDAY MR. CHARLIE MADDOX October 16th Happy birthday, Dad, here on earth. However, we know that you are feasting at your heavenly banquet. Love, the Maddox family. ROY L. EDWARDS Daddy, this bas been the without you. Not a day goes by that I don't miss you. I will love you forever. Baby girl, Royale. TAMMY JONES May 18, 2010 Gone, but not forgotten. We love and miss you dearly. Your sisters, brother, mom and family. 'GOD'S CHILD CALLED HOME' MEMORIAL XA VIA 'PEBBLES' WILLIAMS Sunrise: January 12, 1983 Sunset: October 22, 2011 God knew as well as saw that His child, Xavia "Pebbles" Williams was getting sick and tired of being sick and tired. So, He had come to her and whispered in her ear, "Come be with me in paradise where there will be no more pain, disappointments, trouble and heartaches." Even though it will be a year since you left us, 10/22/2011, your"physical ap pearance" is no longer with us, but your spirit and smile will forever live in our hearts and minds. God knows and loves you best! He never makes a mistake! God gave you to us-your par ents, children and siblings for a "limited" time only! You will be deeply missed by your parents, children and siblings. BROTHER, MR. BILLY BATCHELOR ANNIE LEE JENNINGS-GODWIN March 12, 1940 October 21, 2009 It's been three years since the Lord called you home to be with Him. We will never forget your great heart of giving, nor your loving smile, your kindness; teaching us about the Lord. The Godwin family and &lends, miss you very much. MRS. ALBERTA BATCHELOR a a:J m :::u !D 1'1) 0 1'1) r-0 az It's been a while since you all went to be with the Lord. We will always love you and miss you. Mrs. Bettye Batchelor z Brown, Mrs. Barbara Batchelor Johnson and grands. -t BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TARUCE Sunrise: 10/19/1985 Sunset: 10/19/2007 Happy birthday, Daddy. We love and miss you. Love, Torrion and Tonaeh. BULLEIT Sunrise: 10/19/1985 Sunset: 10/19/2007 On October 19, 1985, was the best day of my life. Five years later, you're still missed, October 19, 2007, is a day the family will never forget. Happy birthday. We love and miss you dearly. Mom, sisters, brothers, grand mother, auntie and uncles. Ambo. m r;:::::==============:;]l 'SALUTE' 'GROWN MAN TREY' Happy birthday, Trey. From friends and family. It's been almost 9 months since you've been gone, but never forgotten. We miss you out here! r m -4 z ., c a:J c CJ) % m c m < m :::u < -4 c m CJ) c l> z c :::u c Love: your mother, "tl .... Marva; sisters, Belinda, Bernadette and DeAnna... '" 104 TS;.and most of all your m daughters, Tre'nya and Treasure. l>'

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Card Of Thanks ,; ,... THINK YOU WAYNE P. BROOKINS Sunrise: July 10, 1944 Sunset: September 27, 2012 Thank you for your love, support, all acts of kindness and words of encouragement that you extended to us during our time ofloss. May God bless each of you is our prayer. Kathy Brookins and family. c If Crime c z c en w ..... it w > w c w ::c en ::J m D.. z w ..J ..J m ..J w z z w en a: 0 ..J 1L Accident leaves Riverview Man Critical The Florida Highway Pa trol reports that a young Riverview man was in criti cal condition after an acci dent Wednesday night Troopers reported that James Wilson Harrell, 25, was traveling south on I -75 at 7:45p.m., and a sec ond v e hicle was trav eling behind him. Troopers said the second vehicle, driven b y 44y ear old Guadalupe Delgado, was traveling slower than Harrell's truck. Troopers said Harrell failed to slow down for Delgado's vehi !002 N. 40th Street Cenelay Spece Luxllly Unousine Metal 20ga. Casket NID4rdia:llll F.ssldials Sbopper's Discount cle, and took evasive action by steering to the left. Failing to avoid a colli sion, the right front of Harrell's truck collided with the rear of Delgado's vehi cle. Harrell's truck rotated counter clockwise before overturning. Harrell was reportedly ejected from his truck, and thrown onto the shoulder of the road. He was transported to a local hospital and was said to be in critical condition. Troopers said Harrell was not wearing a seatbelt when the accident occurred. .ll'lol1da 33610 \ I "R .\ T I 0 Cremlldon Funeral Luxuly Unoii!D: Shoppen Dis<:ount ''* ; 301 North Hol"(cnd Avenue Tampo ,'"I=L .4912 Local Retired Educator Dies Suddenlv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular retired Hills borough County educator died suddenly on Sunday She was 75 years old. Mrs. Beatrice Williams Spearman had reported complained of a stomach illness and went to St. Joseph s Hospital, where she died suddenly. Richard Spearman, Jr., her only child, said, "There was no sign of any se rious illness or anything. A couple of hours before her death, she was bubbly and full and life, and then she was gone. "We had a great celebra tion when she turned 75 just 8 days before she died. We had a wonderful time cele brating her life." A native of Tampa, Mrs. Spearman graduated from Middleton High School. She continued her education at Gibbs Junior College. She Crime MRS. BEATRICE SPEARMAN 10/9/1935-10/14/2012 earned a B.S. Degree in So ciology from Florida A & M University. She returned to Tampa and worked for about five years as a Social Worker before deciding to become a classroom teacher. Mrs. Spearman also earned her Master's Degree in Adminis tration and Supervision for Education from FAMU. Mrs. Spearman launched her teaching career in 1970 and retired in 1996. My mother founded her own private school, that teaches K-12, Grace Chris tian School more than 20 years ago. She changed the name to the Independent Community School. It is still existing and she was still the Principal and a teacher there. "Now my goal is to con tinue this legacy and see how we can build on it," her son said. Mrs. Spearman was a longtime member of New Salem M. B. Church, and served actively as a Trustee. She was also a lifetime member of the F AMU Alumni. In addition to her son, and his wife, Linda, Mrs. Spearman is survived by two grandchildren, Richard, III, and Karis, other family members and friends. Wilson's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements (SEE FU NERAL PAGE). Gas Stadon Robberv Suspects Arrested WINTER HAVEN Anonymous tips led to the arrest of two suspects in a robbery of a gas station Tuesday. Polk County Sheriffs deputies arrested Kyree Goss, 19, and Michael Davis, 18, and charged them with armed robbery Investigators reported that at 3 a. m Tuesday, two men went to the BP Gas Station at 2600 Ravendale Boulevard, pointed a gun at KYREE GOSS MICHAEL DAVIS the clerk, and left with cash. Both suspects fled on foot. On Wednesday, deputies and probation officers went Isn't Ke beautifull We want you to etioY it b" as you can. Did you know it is reconvnended that b" most women. higfl-quaity mammography q should begin at age -40? As risk factors vary each 'M:>man and her doctor should discuss 1he plan that's right b" her: Most organizations retlOfTY1'M!Ild one to two years, some rec:cmmend place evert )le8r. 'Wttt not rnaiQe )'Oll" appoi ttrllent tod HOME -3000 N 29th St. Tampa F L 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com to a home in Auburndale to talk to Goss, who had been identified as one of the sus pects. After searching the residence deputies found the clothing Goss was seen wearing during the robbery. Deputies then went to a home in Winter Haven and arrested Davis who was identified as the other sus pect. Deputies confiscated a BB gun that was used during the robbery. The Women of Wilson Funeral Home October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month -.-..-...-

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., Crime 0 sexual aanerv FamiiV Disputes Shooting Suspect Faces Anempted Murder Charge MARLON STEWART. ... Facing Attempted Murder Charge A 30-year-old Tampa man was arr es t ed and charged with shooting another man. He is being held without bond. Tampa Police arrested Marlon Anthony Stewart and charged him with attempted second-degree murder; two counts of aggra vated assault with a deadly weapon; and felon in posses sion of a firearm. According to police, last Monday Kevin Taylor, 35, and another man became engaged in an argument while inside the Sunocco Service, 3401 E. Hillsborough Avenue. The argument continued out side of the business into the parking lot During the argument, Taylor was shot several times in the lower torso. He was transported to a local hospital, KEVIN TAYLOR Shot following quarrel at service station where he was admitted in serious but stable condition. Police said a vehicle driven by one of the suspects fled the scene. It was later abandoned in the 3 .6oo block of E. Comanche, after it had been involved in a crash. Stewart was arrested last Thursday at 801 Twiggs Street. Police said the investigation into the shooting is continuing. According to sources in the community, this shooting is the latest in a list of violent incidents. Several months ago, a dispute erupted between two groups at a downtown club and later spread to BenT. Davis Beach. It is also allegedly connected to a shooting in May that left Jynasis Ellis, 26, dead, and Malik Majied, 21, injured. Suspect Charged lnAnack QUANTAVIOUS THREATI'S The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reported that a man has been arrested and charged with attacking anoth er man. Detectives said on October 12th at 8:50 p. m., Quantavious Threatts, 18, approached a man from behind and hit him in the head with a wooden plank. The victim was knocked unconscious and required stitches. The blow also knocked the victim s dentures from his mouth Deputies found the victim's empty wallet in a room where Threatts was hiding in the 7200 block of Hillsborough Avenue. He -reportedly admitted sneaking up and hitting the victim, but said he did not rob him. Threatts reportedly told deputies he was present during the offense, and that someone else set up the rob bery and he agreed to help. Threatts was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, robbery with a weapon, and robbery of $300 or more with a weapon. He is being held under a bond of $115,000. BONDING SERVICES (,{., 6506 N Florida Ave Ste. 203 Tampa, FL 33604 REWARDI REWARDI For any lnfonnatlon leading to the whereabouts of DEREK LAMONT JOHNSON Please Call: 813.234.5000 SuSPect Anested Allegations Man Triell To a STEVEN TAYLOR On Wednesday, Tampa Police officers arrested Steven Taylor for sexually battering and kidnapping a 14year-old boy. Police said the victim was walking home when Taylor, 47, allegedl y lured him over to a shed near an alleyway in th e 900 block of 28th Avenue. Police said Taylor reportedly forced the teenager into the shed, pinned him down, and sexually assaulted him. The victim escaped after a struggle with Taylor and ran onto Nebraska Avenue where he flagged down an officer to report the incident. Officers responded to the scene where the alleged attack took place, and found Taylor. He was arrested and charged with sexual battery and kidnapping. He is being held without bond The investigation is ongoing. Armed Robbarv SUSPICISIUUhl Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are investi gating a series of robberies. In each of the incidents, the suspect shattered a window of the closed business with a brick to gain entry. After getting inside the busi ness, deputies said the armed suspect approached employees and demanded money. After getting the money, he flees the business. Deputies are investigating three incidents and two others that are possibly connected, one in Largo and one in Tampa. In September, Papa John's Pizza on Gunn Highway and the Pizza Hut on East Bay Drive in Clearwater were robbed. In October, the Wendy's Restaurant on Bruce B. Downs, and a Pizza Hut on Highway 41 in Lutz was robbed The suspect is described as a Black male between 22 and 35 years old, weighing between 150 and 180 pounds, and standing between 5'5" and 5'11" tall. UNCLE SANDY When you have to 6, 12, 14, 19 believe in something 22, 25, 28, 30 first try believing 33, 35, 38, 40 in yourself 4i, 44, 48, 50. Set Estranged Wile On Fire Sandra Colvin said she is convinced that her son, Walter Dunn, III, was wrongly convicted of trying to set his estranged wife on fire. On August 10, 2012, Dunn was sentenced to 17 years in prison after a jury found him guilty on an attempted mur der charge. According to the allegations, Dunn had allegedly tried to set Alison AquinoSanchez on fire after entering her best friend's home unlawfully, then kidnapped her against her will. After returning to Dunn's home, he allegedly continued to beat her and set her on fire. The kidnapping charge was subsequently dropped, and the alleged victim suf fered no bruises or broken bones. Ms. Colvin said since her son's conviction, she and her daughter, Nicole, have col lected all of the evidence the state used to convict Dunn, and they believe none of it warranted Dunn being convicted of trying to set Aquino-Sanchez on fire. "We believe Walter was not given a jury of his peers, and is still in shock that false testimonies, not the actual lack of evidence, convicted my son. As far as we are con cerned, the trial was a com plete miscarriage of justice." Ms. Colvin said there are no reports anywhere of Alison suffering injuries related to an attempt to set her on fire. She did have WALTER DUNN, III some cuts on her, but photographs show some may have been self inflicted or 0 0 )> occurred when Dunn was no where around her. Ms. Colvin has collected en m all court transcripts where z both Aquino-Sanchez and ::::f her friend changed their version of events several times prior to, and during the trial. I will not rest until justice r has been served for my son," J;; said Ms. Colvin. ::::f "My daughter and I have put a together to c build awareness about this case, and the disservice and c;; damage the judicial system ::Z: has done." g} Dunn's sister, Nicole, m said they will never give up fighting for her brother's ::rJ freedom. "We are on a mission to save his life. Please visit the family's website at www.freewd3. for more information about this incident. c m en 0 )> z 0 "TT 0 221-1800 1461 Tampa Pall Plaza @ Nabraua Ava. & scott St. ... ,t .. .. : J J.L: sa .. 51C'" .. c "c: :Jscj sc:, ... .. :s : ... :c; ::c JS tC SC'O 1C U :. ::c,. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 2012 B First Black u. s. Pre-Trial Services OHicer Retires To Travel, Volunteer } J 1 J Rhonda W. Hurd, Cynthia Myers and Vincent Lopez at the retirement for Ms. Myers. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor A lot of peopl e enter retirement and have no idea what the y would like to do other than not have to get up by the alarm clock. Not the case for Ms. Cynthia Myers. She knows she'll be spending a lot of time browsing through brochures, looking for the next Caribbean cruise; and volunteering at her church and adult day care facilities. Friday, September 28, 2012 was the last official work day of the federal fis cal year, and it was also the last day Ms. Myers would report to work as a United States PreTrial Services Offieer. Her career with the agency began on June 3, 1991 i n Tampa. She was th e first Black PreTrial Services Officer hired in the Tampa Division. A retirement reception was held in her honor on her last day of work. The room was filled to overflow ing and many acco lad es and commenta ri es were given by some of those i n attendance Notes were read that her office had received expressing appreciation for her treatment of defendants with dignity and respect; being patient with their progress and the vast number of times she extended assistance beyond the call of duty. Several U. S. District and Magistrate Judges, Federal Public Defenders, U S Deputy Marshals, Department of Corrections Offi cers, law enforcement officers, treatment vendor providers, famil y and frien d s attended the recep tion She received several gifts and a bouquet of pink roses Prior to joining the Pre Trial Services Agency, Ms. Myers worked as a Correctional Probation Officer with the Florida Department of Corrections Being hired in 1983, her main duty was to supervise felony defendants on proba tion. As a PreTrial Services Officer Ms. Myers interviewed federal defendants upon their arrest, prepared bail reports for review by Magistrate Judges, based on background information, and supervised defendants on bond until their case was completed in the federal court system. Her caseload also included high-profile defendants. She also trained new offi cers regarding community service opportunit ies and represented the agency on the Tampa Bay Federal Black History Committee. Ms. Myers was born in Gainesville FL and her fam ily moved to Tampa when she was 6 months old. She was educated in the schools of Hillsborou gh County and graduated from the Academy of Holy Names in 19 74. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Social Work at the University of South Florida, and acquired a Master's degree in Human Services in 2006 from Springfield College. Ms. Myers' spiritual cul tivation is received through St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. She also involves herself in several other activities. Ms. Myers is the daughter of Ms. Dorothy Virginia Fleming and the late Fred "Sonny Boy" Myers. She also has 2 brothers. (Photographs by BRUNSON) 'Happy Retirement' was the theme co-workers used to send Cynthia Myers away in grand style. From left to right are former co-workers for the State of Florida Probation Office: Felicia BrownVickers, Molly DuParl, Beverly Gatewood, Cynthia Myers, Betsy Dobson, Carolyn Nunn and Lee Reddick. Judge Mary Scriven was at the retirement reception to congratulate Ms. Cynthia Myers. Also attending the retirement reception was Shelia Jacoby, Chief U.S. Pre-Trial Services Officer. Belinda Campbell, Gail Stafford and Pamela Youngblood at the retirement event for Cynthia Myers. Left to right: Cheryl Wilson, Sharon Thomas and Florence Howell. Ms. Myers with co-workers in her office: Pam Youngblood, Tim Williams, Joely Andrews, Joe Alfano, Karen Frost, Daaia Jung, Patricia Dennard and Suszan Arwday.

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ffi Supporters Hold Fundraiser Fir President Obama ID BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 >Supporters of President iC Barack Obama held a fundraiser last month. The iL event took place on Saturday, September 29th. Members of the fundraising committee were Ruth and Levi Fleming, Jackie Hearns, Sharon and Tonyata Thomson, Andi Thompson, Herman Monroe, Gus Wimberly, and Dr. Aaron Smith. Jackie Hearns was the host of the event. Mrs. Fleming was the Mistress of Ceremony as those in attendance enjoyed Old School music played by a DJ Marvelous, singers, and other forms of entertainment. Others who attended the event were representatives from the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP and Ms. Katrina Ford, a representative of the Temple Terrace President Obama Campaign Office. Members of the Woodland Terrace Neighborhood Crime Watch Association served the food. Ronnie Moorer, a popu lar Tampa artist, also attend ed the fundraiser. Moorer displayed two shirts he hand-painted. President Obama signed one of the shirts during a visit to Tampa. The other shirt fea tures President and First LadyObama. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plam Available With NO CREDIT CHECK State& W. Certified by an State University All Job-Refated In uries Change Treating hysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! for Pur. Trtle VII Ca$es) Ronnie Moorer designed tee shirts featuring President and First Lady Barack Obama. Fundraiser Host Jackie Hearns, left, is shown with Allen Merrill and Roosevelt Scott. They were the cooks for the event. BLICKLAWFIRM Helping ,. Hurting Accidents Injury Criminal DUI 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE.

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::u Man overcomes Adversitv Pink Bra Walk Planned To Fight Breast Cancer To Get High School Diploma i BY IRIS B. H OLTO N Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, Octobe r 20th, thousands of peopl e throughout the state will si multaneously participate in the "Put On Your Pink Bra To Figh t Breast Cancer 5K Walk. I n Ta mp a, the walk will begin at 9 a .m., at t he Ta mp a Bay Time s Forum 401 Chan nelside Drive. The e v ent i s the Annual American Cancer Soci ety s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Hundreds of Hillsborough County residents will put on pink bras to participate in the event. The walkers will include breast cancer survivors, sup porters, family members, and business and community members. The event is designed to raise funds and awareness in the fight agains t b reas t cance r Last year, each person who wore a pink bra used it to tell the personal story of the ef fects of breast cancer on his or her life Former Tampa Mayor, Ms. Pam Iorio, Event Chair pe r son o f Makin g Str ides Agai n s t Br e a s t Cancer W a l k sa id Participants turned out i n wa v es clad in beautiful pink bras uniquely decorated with everything from glitter and se quins to feathers." Derrick Best (fifth from the left) stands with his diploma and other members of his graduating class. Funds raised during the walk fund breast cancer re search, provides up-to-date breast cancer information, en sures everyone has access to breast cancer screening and treatments, and provides serv ices that improve the quality of life for patients and their fam ilies. As a small child, Derrick Best was full of energy and wanting to explore everything. He found his way to the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, where he earned money work ing in the production depart ment. He also became a member of the Florida Sen tinel Family, and joined other young boys and girls to stay off the streets. But Best wa s not able to ignore the call of the streets and the mistakes that came with that decision. He found himself in and out of penal in stitutions always returning to the Florida Sentinel, the one place he felt he was surrounded by family. In 2008, Best found him self once again standing before a judge, who sentenced him to Gamma Theta Omega, Incorporated in Partnership with 4 years in Florida State Prison Deciding it was finally time to turn his life around, Best, r-0 now 34 years old, received his ::D high school diploma on August 6 12th. ,. Best will be released from m the Tomoka Correctional Insti -z tute in Daytona Beach on De::::t cember 19th of this year. Derrick Best is the son of rOpbelia Best of Tampa. rr m ::::t z c: m r-c;; :::J: m c Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Presents Dark. Tickets: $40 Advance 1 $45 At The Door Friday, October 26 2012 9 : 00 PM 1 :00AM Tampa Museum of Art 120 West Gasparilla Plaza Tampa, FL 33602 Passed hors d'oeuvres 9:00 -11 :00 PM 1 Cash Bar 1 Lucky Draw Auction Attire: Sophisticated Chic I Black and White (preferred) Ticket Information: Lauren Barnes llaurenbarnes05@gmail.com

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MRS. LELA FELDER MOSS Wishing Mrs. Lela Felder Moss, who turned 100 years old on October 17th, a happy birthday. May God continue to bless you. From: her daughter, brothers, grands, great grands, great ;;: great grands, nieces and nephews. c a: HIPIJ BinhdiJ z <( ;;: c en w ;:) .... w 0 w :::t: en :::i m ;:) 0.. z t= w ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u.. 'HUGGER' Happy birthday to the best daddy a girl could have. We love you and enjoy your Harley party. Ashleycat and Rainbow Heights To Hold FamilY Fun Fest The Rainbow Heights Neighborhood Association is announc ing a "Family Fun Fest," scheduled for October 20th in the parking area of Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church on 34th Street and North Bay. In an effort to bring the community together, Mr. Augustus Wimberly will be hosting the event that will feature free food and prizes, free pound cakes, games, and other treats. The event will be held from 2 p. m. untils p m. Ms. Frankie Jones is president of the Rainbow Heights Neighborhood Association. LARRY JACKSON Happy birthday to the king of the Jackson family. It's going down all weekend long with shopping and party ing with family and friends. Coming from: Alex, Larry, Willie, Maurice. Derrick, Sheryl and Sandra, sisters, brothers. cousins, friends and mommy. calabradon' CHARLIE (SUGE) And JANICE HARRIS Charlie (Suge) and Janice Harris will have a birthday I anniversary celebration Saturday, October 20, 2012 Charlie is a year older and they have another year of to getherness. Blessed. HIPPI BlrthdiJ KAYLA PRINCE Come one, come "all," help my "Prince and Princess" skate the night away. Celebrating their nth and 9th birthday at United Skates tomorrow at 4 o'clock. We love you more than words can "say!" But anyway, enjoy your day. JOQUEZ SMITH Happy birthday tomorrow, 10/20, and enjo y your weekend bash. May God cont inue to bless you with many more We love you. Mom, dad and Walta via. loollWho's Tuming1 IVANA DE'LEON CHANDLER ''IWEETY' Happy birthday, Tweety From, mom (Sharday) and dad (Leon) and family lOVIIJ23 JOQUILA, DEMARCUS And DEMARION Happy birthday, Missy. We love you. JOQUILA 'MS. J' 10-20-89 Love: Yvonne, Yashica, Demarcus and Demarion.

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BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer After talk i n g wi t h Niambi Dennis, t h e Marke t i ng and Ad ve rti s ing Representati ve f o r She a r Ex c e llenc e Hair Academy, y ou a re convinced it i s indeed a place that focus es on e x c e l l ence Ms. Dennis, who has a degree in marketing from the University of Alabama said the school currently has more than 100 students, with So students active on the floor. The students are re ferred b y current students, or are walk-ins Others find out on the internet or through advertising. "Our students tend to be young, but our clientele is v ery diverse. Right now, I have more barbers on the roster. I want to focus on getting the cosmetology enroll ment up. Ms. Dennis said in spite of the economy, enrollment has been steady ) FYI social Securltv Benefits To Increase Americans who receive Socia l Security and Supple menta l S ecurity Income ( SSI) will notice an increase in ben efits T h e increase wi ll take p l ace i n 2 013. Curre ntly t here are n early 6 2 m illi on Americans rece iving b enefi ts. The S ocia l Secu r i ty A d mi n is t ra ti on sa i d t h e reci p ients will r eceive a cost of living increase The cost of living increase, which is 1. 7 percent, will begin in December 2012 for the 8 million people who receive SSI. The Social Security bene ficiaries will receive their in crease in January 2013. Some other changes that will take effect in January of each year are based on the in crease in average wages. Based on that increase, the maximum amount of earnings su b ject to the Social Secu r ity tax (t axab l e maximum) wi ll increase to $113,70 0 fr o m $110 100 For s ome beneficiaries, the increase may be partial l y or com plet e l y offset b y in creases in Medicare premi ums. For information abou t Med icare c h anges in 2013, visi t t h e website a t www.Medicare.gov Hair Academv Focuses On Excellence a This student is practicing her craft at Shear Excellence Hair Academy. The beauty industry is one of the last to feel the pinch of a recession. No matter what else is going on people want to look and feel good Gainful employmen t and job security are only two of the benefits of choosing a SHEAR EXCELLENCE HAIR ACADEMY ing back to the commun i ty." m Shear Ex c e ll ence Hair Academ y i s a fami ly o wned ...a. and o p e r ated b u si n e s s t hat .!" p ut s God first in all t hings. As a res ult they have been richl y bl e ss ed s o th ey m ay c onti n u e to b e a blessing t o others. Jhe a ca dem y i s a lso the home of the Dollar Hair Cut." E very Wednesda y and Thursday, any cut e v e ry cut is just a dollar. Then on bab y boomers Fridays everyone 55 and older can get a dollar cut as well career in the beauty industry. job placement for graduates and the school offers assis tance with business plans, resumes and other aids. The school is located at 3649 West Waters, and is open Monday through Thursday from 8 :30 a. m. to 9 p. m.; from 8:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. on Friday, and from 9 a. m. until3:30 p. m. on Sat urdays. I have a lot of second-ca reer people and I'd definitely recommend this for retirees, because you can set your own hours. We have a long-term view. The owne r s of the school are very active in giv -Ms. Dennis assists with Walk-ins Welcome THE W.I.G.G. CE 2705 N. RELAXERS ---------$38.99 & UP SEW-INS ......................... $48.89 & UP WASH & SET -------$14.89 & UP KID STYLES ---------$12.89 & UP BLOW OUT -----------$12.88 & UP BRAIDED STYLES ----$24.88 & UP 2218-3.4th St. 727-623-9875 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 espaiiol offering courses In: Restricted Barber Manicurist/Nail Technician F o r more l nformr:nlon 11llo11r o11r r11tcs, rhe dcllr o f rrlto complete d rile progr11111, 1111d orlter /m p ortllnc ltt(ormot/ott, plcosc vlslr 011r website or, w w w shc orcxccllholrllclldfm y org

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Not For Sale We live in a time when it seems like everything is for sale or has a price tag on it. No matter what a person is looking for, one can search the World Wide Web (www), visit a specific web-site like: Craigslist, eBay, or Amazon, and find exactly what they want. Interestingly enough some things are legal and some are not. In their own way some people try to buy position and power, even in the church. and said to the preacher give me the Holy Ghost and I will give you two-hundred dol lars; however, the offers are made more subtle and covertly implied. Simon was a sorcerer and he made the people feel that he was great and important. This was his outside occupa tion. This is what he did on a daily basis. In his own way he made the people believe that he was somebody great and important. Acts 8:9-25, which serves as this week's scrip ture lesson, tells the story of a man who thought he could c buy the Holy Ghost. No one 0: today has boldly come out &L It further says that the people acknowledged him as such from the least to the greatest (vs. 10). They be lieved him because he had had great things for them using h'is (vs. 11). c z c( c C/) w '::') tw > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::') a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::') m ...J w z i= z w C/) ( a: 0 ...J u.. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School -10 A. M Moming Service -11 :30 A. M Evening Service-7:30P.M. Bible Studv -Tuesday Evening B ible Band7:30 P. M TIJUrsday Evening YPWW 7:30P.M. lstAnd 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P. M MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. t Klltdlnd, 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 TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org In the church today, there are many people who pos sess the spirit and influence of Simon. They are great in their daily occupation and vocation and therefore, peo ple in the church look up to them and listen to what they have to say. Perhaps the people lis tened to Simon because they didn't know any more than him, they couldn't do as much as him, and/ or they had not heard anything fresh or new. Either way God sent a new message to them that was fresh and re freshing. Upon hearing this news the people and Simon believed and were baptized (vs.13). Simon heard what the dis ciples were teaching and fol lowed them (vs. 13). He also watched how they laid hands on people and they were filled with the Holy Ghost (vs. 17, 18). There are some who see the bless ,ings and favor God has given to those who faithfully trust GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School9 : 45a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! mw:EIIIRY.......W BAP11ST CHURCH 3001 N. 37th St 248-3n9 and serve Him and desire to have it. Some choose how ever, to go about getting it through their own means and using their earthly re sources and power. He of fered them money for the power of the Holy Ghost (vv. 18b, 19). The disciples told Simon that his money will perish with him because he thought he could buy the Holy / Ghost (vs. 20). Some people think that because they are CEOs, managers, and super visors on their job they are fit to have the positions of honor in the church. There are some who think that because they can write a check bigger than most, they are entitled to hold a posi tion of leadership. Worldly positions and economic suc cess do not give you spiritual bargaining power. Imagine if the disciples had sold the power of the Holy Ghost. How much would it have sold for? If God anointed only the educated and the rich, imagine what the church would be like. The pastors ofthe church today must safeguard the free gift of the Holy Ghost by ensuring that they are not giving power to people based solely on a person's ability to write a big check or having obtained a degree. It is also important to note that because the people followed the counsel and ad vice of Mr. Willie or Sister Ma11J, it does not mean they are fit to lead the people of God. People may only fol low them because they helped them out with a light bill, they are family, or some other need was met. God freely gave to those who believed. God gives his Holy Ghost to all who be lieve and whom He chooses. Let us not be persuaded by peoples' worldly claim and accomplishments. Let it be clear that the positions, ti tles, favor, anointing, and Holy Ghost are not for sale! BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. .___ ............. Wednesday Night Worship BISHOP MATTHEW ..... 7:30P.M. "A Church Where 11le Love Of God Rows And 1118 Holy Ghost Is In Full Control."

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F rogress Village News October Birthdays A very happy birthda y wish goes out to the following spe cial persons: Sis. Gail Ruff (10/11) Bro. Kaiser Pierce (10/11) and Sis. Sylvia Royal (10/17). Other celebrants: Mark Lise, Elaine Livingston and Vanassa "Cookie" Royster. The 29th St. Church Of Christ Brother Perry Johnson, Minister sends birthday greetings to the fol lowing: Tatiana Manuel (10/7), Maryana Barnum (10/19) and Fretricia Davis (10/1 7). New Saint Matthew Mis sionary Baptist Church, Rev. Fitzgerald Hall, Sr. Pastor and congregation extend birthda y greetings to the fol lowing members : Clinton Roberts, Brandy Gilkey, EW MT. ZDIM. B. CHURCH, I& 251 1 E. Columbus Dr. ( 8 1 3 ) 248-8 1 0 1 or 247-3899 IIY. WAlTa .1. waLIIIMI Pastor Em.itus Early Wdrship 7 :55A. M SCI!day Mcrning Worship 9 : 30 Morning Worship -10:55 A M Wed Family Nigtt7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dee. KeMn Twila Gainous, Emanuel Broadnex, Sonya Heyward, Janelle Lewis and Rashawn Fitts. Happy Anniversary On October 3, 2012, Rev. Robert and Sis. Tysha Parker celebrated 31 years together Deon and Gloria Johnson celebrated their 3rd an niversary on October 9, 2012. Bro. Adrian and Sis. Wanda Chester celebrated their sth anniversary. We wish you all many more wonderful year together!! Sick And Shut Ins Let us remember the fol lowing persons in our prayers : Ralph Williams, Marie Benson, Perry King, Archie Mae Wright, PhylSUNDAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M .J.\:\11-:S \.:\1.1-:. CIILRC!I 01-' l'R()(;RJ :ss \'ll.I .:\ C E. I :\C. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-&411 JUW, MJalABL IL PIUCB, I ...... St!rll!.t\ Early Morning Worship Service 'f. 30 A M C hurch School 8: 4 5 A. M Morning Worshi p Service 10:15A. M : lis Akes, the Philon famil y Mattie Mills, Alfonso Lee, Thomas Lake, Mary Monts, Elizabeth Bethea, Ella Churchill, James Green, Diane Williams, Joe Williams, Elaine Hickman and John Dixon. Prayer Requests Prayer changes things, we all need prayer: Viola Brookins, De Ale Burgess, Morris Coleman, Kenneth Graham, Eliza Green, James Handrick, Jr., Antoine Jenkins, Gwen Jones, Evelyn Larry, Idell Mills, Ola Mitchell and Diana Williams. Sympathy We extend our sincere con dolences to the Dixon and Bailey family in the loss of their loved one Mr. Derrick J. Dixon, who passed Octo ber 6 2012 He was funeral i zed on October 13, 2012 at First Bapt ist Church Of Col lege Hill Rev. Evan Burrow, officiating. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.8. CHURCH 3 107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-41 FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII OF PRCMilESS VILLAIE em Proor .. BMI., Twnpe. Fl336 1 9 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Olfioe : (813) 672-<1389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Fax : (813) 672-o514 E-MU : fbQopv@tampabay. rr .oom DR. SAIIIIAIWELL, SR. Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Ch ildren Worship Times 7'1JA) AM. & 1 0 :55 AM. 4 :!!: !!fiil!t!!ft Sunday :45AM. Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday-7 P M Youth/Children 7'1JA) P M Adult A Satslite Campus For Faith Bible Institute Growing The Chuch For Global Change (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 8 1 TM$. 1 8 ) W e al s o send s incere sym path y to the following fam i li es : Sis. Anne Bell Carter, Sis. Dela Spence, Bro. Kenny Anderson, Sis. Anjenetta McCall, Sis. Angela Lewis and Dea. Will Clemons in the passing of their lov ed ones. thia at (813) 743 8797 Tina at (813) 420 7392 or Wanda 0 at (8 1 3 ) 7 28 0224. a Away From Home aJ m :a Condolences are sent to the McCaskill family in the l oss of their loved one, Mr. Charles McCaskill, Sr. From h i s devoted wife, loving children and wonderful mother. He will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him. He was funeralized on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at Allen Temple A M. E. Church the Rev. David Green, officiating. Darryl Tillman, Lee jD Parker and Desjane Boone of 29th St. Church Of Christ are away from home, 1\) 0 ..... 1\) May each of you seek the Lord for comfort guidance and strength during this time of your bereavement. Masquerade Magic Join us Saturday October 20, 2012 from 9 p. m. 1 a. m. at Zendah Grotto, 4402 W. Ohio Avenue Tampa for some Masked Masquerade Magic For information call Cyn-y et they remain in our prayers. Scripture (Jeremiah 17:7) Blesseth is the Lord and trusteth in the Lord and whose hope the Lord is." Thought For Today Stand up for your princi ples even if you stand alone. F.Y.I. Remember to vote for President Barack Obama at the polls and keep him and his family in your prayers. Remember our helpers in Shu-Ion s Kitchen, 813-741 9760. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at 813380-0341. .-..::;,,. ... rrection Temple House of Prayer C ome Ce l ebrate O ur Oth Church -Anniversary October 21st : 5pf11 "" 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 21st 813-6851 556 OR 813-623-3550 r 0 :a (/) m z ::! z m r aJ c rr m z m < m ..... c: m (/) c > z c :!! c C) m ...... I aJ

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a;' ,.... a: w m Worshippers Anend Pastor Installation Service Recently, more t han 400 (.) peo p le were g u ests at D estiny 0 B aptist C h urch in S pring Hill. The p u rpo se o f the cele b ration was the Installation Ceremony a: of Reverend Mel Harris as LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) .... its new pastor. The Instal lat ion took p lace at 4 p.m on S un day, O c t o ber 14th, in the Spring Hill United Churc h of Christ's S anctuary located on Mariner B oulevard in Spring Hill. Pastor De lores Cain, of the Her i tage Christian Community Chu rc h presided and Rev. Dr. W James Favorite, pas tor o f B e ul ah B aptis t Ins ti t utio nal Church delivered the installa tion sermon. Rev. Dr. Clinton Brantley, of the H istorica l St Matthew Baptist C h urch in Cha rl eston, South Carolina delivere d t he covenant o f in st a llati on. Rev. Harris was t he As-Dr. S. Evan B urrows, Senior P aA:lr Worship Service Times 7:30am, 10:00am & 12:00pm a:> w I;-=.. iij -;;/(iGREATER BETHEL M. B. v- il l 1207 N. Jefferson Street(813) 229-1390 ll! !. 119thANNUAL FELLOWSHIP DAY ::::) Sunday, October 21, 2012 tu ...1 ...1 ::::) m I ...1 w z j::: z w en a: 0 .;.J LL Sunday School-9:15AM Morning Worship -11 :00 AM REVIVAL 2012 Guest Choirs 1 0122112 Gospe l Mus i c Workshop of America 1 Ofl3112 Male Chorus Tr inity CME Church 10124112 Voi ces of Pra i se -First Bapt ist of College Hill October 22nd 24th 7:00 PM Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr. Pastor Fellowshi p Day S peaker: Revival Speaker: Rev. Isaac Ware Rev. D Jermaine Simmons, Sr. St Mark M B. Churc h Jacob Chapel Bapti st Church Tampa, Fl Tallah assee Fl Jli I i {. "Serve the LORD w ith gladness: come before his presence with singing." Psalms 100'2 w Colors: Purpl e and White 1 1'!!;//1 (!) -=-f sistant Pastor at Beulah Bap tist Institutional Church be fore coming to Destiny. A native of Portsmou t h, Virginia and retired Air Force S enior Master Sergeant, Rev. Harris bri ngs a wealth of ex perience to the ministry. H e has bee n D esti n y s p a s t o r since May 2012. He is married to Mrs. Mary Harr i s, who is also an Air Force veteran. Rev Harris said his vi s i on is to spread the gospel of o u r Lor d and S avior Jesus C hrist an d work t owar d King d om b uil di n g Antioch M B Church Family Plant City, Revnnd Tony Bradley, DQC!tnrt Fall Revival: Wednesday 10124 Friday 26,2012 Revivalist Reverend Ayakao Watk:ios Pastor Kingdom Bible Christian Church St. Petersburg ..,:-_, ,_. Welcome To: Sunday School 9:16am Morning Worshi p : 10:46 am -;,": Prayer ServiCe & Bible Studies: Wednesday 6 :30 pm Transportation 813.839.6263

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Local a! MLPieasant Writing Skills Ms. Parker-Brown, Language Arts instructor at Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School says the students are currently learning to write complete sentences using the spelling rules. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Language Arts teacher, Ms. Parker-Brown overlooks the work of Samira Faison and Keheinda Scott. Paul Alexandre in the Writing Skills class. Jordan Washington in the Writing Skills class. c Celebration To Honor 50th Binhdav And 40th Anniversarv In Music Ministrv 0 0 -t 0 aJ m ::c ..... CD 1\) c A celebration to honor the 50th birthday of Minister Isaac Ruffin will be held this weekend, Saturday and Sunday October 20 and 21, 2012. Saturday' s program will be held at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8722 Progress Blvd., 5 p. m., and Sunday s Program is at Mt. Calvary Seventh-day Adventist Church 4902 N. 40th St. 3 p. m. Several gospel artists and performers will be on the programs. Minister Isaac Ruffin was born and raised in Boston Massachusetts to the late Deacon Ernest and Jessie Pearl Ruffin. He served as a church musician at the St. John Missionary Baptist Church, beginning at age ten and was affectionately known as "Little Ruffin." Isaac attended Madison MINISTER ISAAC RUFFIN .. .At piano Park High School, Roland Hayes Division of Music, where he was able to devel op his musical gifts. After graduating from high school in 1981, he joined the U. S. Air Force and retired at MacDill Air Force Base after 20 years of dedicated ser vice to his country. Throughout his music career, Minister Ruffin ..... has also appeared and 1\) shared platforms with some of the greatest gospel recording artists in the world. He also appeared as an actor on stage in two Gospel plays: Wicked Ways" and "Momma I'm Sorry." He also served as Music Director for the Gospel stage play, "The Double Twisted Life of Rev. and Sister Lee" and The Amen Production." He recorded his favorite song, I will Bless the Lord with the Tampa Bay Ma s s Choir in 1996. 'TI He currently serves as r the Minister of Worship at the First Baptist Church of c Progress Village. Minister > Ruffin continues his music ministry and ministerial Z functions under the leadership of Dr. Sam Maxwell, m Senior Pastor/Teacher. For additional informa-c: tion, call (813) 531-0551. m :::! z "'0 c: Ill c C/) :I: m c m < m ::c -< -t c: m C/) c > z c 'TI a! c The 2012 Annual Banquet THURSDAY, NOVEMBER l5 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 in celebrating the life of Rev. Brown and the continuation of his life's work Live the Brown Legacyr" Tickets $65 Table of 8 $750 For Reyistrotion { Hon(jUCl Details. Call or Visit. (813) 247-3285 I www.ABEBROWN.oRc MAJtKETINO BY db dlg-=rbridge CD

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..... a: w m 0 ICC Recognizes HOPE Scholars t:; The HOPE Scholars reception was held on Friday, October 5, 2012 at the Ybor Campus of Hillsborough Community College. New scholars were introduced and 0 former scholars were recognized for their continued academic success. (Photos by BRUNSON) c a: u. The current HOPE Scholars are shown with former scholars. The 2012 HOPE Scholars recognized during a ceremony at the Ybor Campus of Hillsborough Community College were: Louis Frazier, Alex Gillespie, Montage Hollis, Jermaine Joseph, Samuel Louissaint, Barrington McNutt, Tromonte Relford, Christopher Rivera, James Rock, > Nadabe Royal, Kenny Rijos, Joe Parker, Vonel Saint-Val. They are shown with Dr. Shawn ffi Robinson, right, Ybor City Campus President. ..J ..J ::: m s ChUdren, nc. .Serving the Tampa Bay area for 30 years Now Enrolling Saturdays 9:00 am-12:00 noon @Taproot Community Center (813) 642-$25 Per Week or $15 Per Week For 10 Weeks HCC President, Dr. Ken Atwater, right, with Dr. Keith Berry at the HOPE Scholars recogirltion program. WE NEED FOSTER PARENTS NOWI '\4' WE NEED YOUI WHEN YOU THINK OF FOSTERING THINK FAMILY ENRICHMENT CENTERI SATURDAY CLASSES BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 10TH EVENING CLASSES BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 5TH CALL (813) 237-2530 X26 FOR DETAILS GIVE A CHILD THE SAFE HOME THEY NEED TODAY! O Seminole Casino Immokalee, FL NOVEMBER 3, 2012 $35 PER PERSON Trip includes 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.

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------}< 0 a Fair Oaks Ranlers Take On Universitv Area Bulls On October 6th the Fair Oaks Rattlers hosted the University Area Bulls at Mort Park. Both teams were concerned about being rained out. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Marquee Judge, #2, used his stiff arm to get the touchdown. Jalen Jackson, #5, broke a tackle for the touchdown. DJ Chuck provided the Robert Bradley is the music. proud Commissioner for the Fair Oak Rattlers. Tremayne Gibson is the Mighty Mites Coach for the 8-o Rattlers. m :::D ...... .!'> N 0 ...... N ., r 0 en m z :::! z m r Amari Evans, Taniyah Boyd, and Sanai Tyson on the front row. On the back row: Lark, G'vonni Brown and Jerica Parker. They kept everyone entertained with their new r cheers. :::! z "'0 c: m r u; :::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c ,. z c ., :::D c

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Herita?'e Classic ::u 6 The Stops For 'Heritage Classic' Coach McCollough gets his squad warmed up for the game. Boosters at the event were: Arnold "Daddy Bo" Watson, Jake, Johnny Mae, and Dan Lee. Among the tailgaters at the event were: Jewel Sneed, Loraine Valdez Williams, Debra Walker, Nelson Brown, and Brenda White. Senior cheerleaders, Jalissia Benemin, Mykala Wilson-Allen, Aaliyah Parker Brown, and Aryelle Oxendine. Blake High Water Girls Oeft to right): Olivia Massey, Le'Area Wilkerson, Cydney Dodson, Damaris McQueen, and RaRa Harris. Boosters 0 to r): Raymond Palmer and Corene Collins. Guests at the event were Gwen Noble, and James Martin. $2off sale Nubian Heritage Stylers, 6 or 8 oz. Shampoo, 1 2 oz. 299 sale let' s Jam! Sbining & Conditioning Gel, 4.4 oz. sale Motions Naturally You! 8 oz. Deep Conditioning Masque, Cllls Pudding or Define My Cllls CreMe. Sale Thursday, Oct. 18 thru Saturday, Oct. 20 299 sale Africa' s Best No-Lye Relaxer System \'Ia ..... f (J) m z :::1 z m r m c: r r m :::1 z "'0 c: m !: (J) ::::t m c m < m :::tJ -< -1 c: m (J) c )> z c 'TI :::tJ c C) m ..... Cf

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SUITE 140 TAMPA, FL 33617 OFFICE : 813-985-2333 FAX : 813-989-8746 HOURS: MONDAY FRIDAY 8 AM-5 PM ACCEPTING: MEDICARE. HUMANA. UNITED HEALTH AND MOST MAJOR CARRIERS. INCLUDING HEATHEASE, WELLCARE AND STAYWELL October Is Breast Cancer / _,. ... ,, ... Awareness Month Evervdav wavs To Prevent Breast Cancer What Can You Do To Cut Those Risks? 1. Limit yourself to two or three alcoholic drinks a week. Alcohol, consumed even in small is believed to increase the risk of breast cancer. Most doctors recommend cutting back on wine, beer, and hard liquor. 2. Exercise at least three to four times a week. And when you do exer cise, work to keep your heart rate above its baseline level for a minimum of 20 contin uous minutes. Long walks are nice too, but it's the more vigorous exercise (ex pect to sweat!) that really helps your heart and cuts your cancer risk. 3 Maintain your body weight, or lose weight if you're overweight. Being overweight or obese (especially if you're past menopause) increases your risk, especial1y if you put on the weight as an adult. 4 Do a monthly breast self-exam. Be sure to get proper instruction from your doctor and have your technique re viewed regularly. You might catch a lump before a mammogram does, and it's a good idea to follow the changes in your body. 5 Have a mammogram once a year after about 35-40 years of age. Catching a tumor early boosts the chance of survival significantly. If you have a family history of breast can cer, you may have to begin your screenings even sooner check with your doctor or a breast cancer specialist about the prevention strategy that works best for you. Breast lumps: Whars Normal, Whars Not So you found a lump now what? Though all breast lumps need to be evaluated by a trained medical profes sional, the majority turn out to be noncancerous, espe cially in younger women. How do you differentiate between a lump that is breast cancer and one that is be nign? What causes benign breast lumps? And do they go away on their own? Breast Lumps Distinctions A breast lump, however, distinguishes itself from this background of "normal" ir regularities: A breast lump can be solid and unmovable like a dried bean, or soft and fluid-filled lump, that rolls between your fingers like a grape. It can be smaller than a pea or several inches across, although this larger size is rare. Meanwhile, what typically differentiates a benign breast lump from a cancerous breast lump is movement. A fluid-filled lump that rolls between the fingers is less likely to be cancer than a lump that is hard rooted to the breast. This is not to say all be nign lumps move and all cancerous lumps don't. While this is a good rule of thumb, the only way to know for sure is through the wis-dom of your doctor and spe cialized medical tests, such as an ultrasound, a mammogram, Another rule of thumb has to do with pain. Breast can cer does not usually present pain, but benign conditions often do, although there are exceptions to this as well. Remember All breast lumps should be evaluated by a medical pro fessional, who will help you decide how to proceed. Most benign breast conditions are treatable, and some will even go away on their own, but it s best to let your doctor be the one to tell you that. The New Flu: Are You At Risk;t So, what can you do? The good news is that vac cines have been updated, ac cordingly, and government reports are showing that they are working well to fight against these new strains. Only one ingredient in this year's flu vaccine was retained from last year's, protection against the H1N1 strain that caused the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Also new in the 2012 shot is protection against a different Type B strain. The bad news? Adults are still not getting vaccinated, particularly in the Black com munity. A yearly vaccination is still the most recommended method of protection for nearly everybody. Seniors are at especially high risk of severe illness or death if they catch the flu. The only ones who shouldn't get vaccinated: babies younger than 6 months and people with severe aller gies to the eggs used to make the vaccine. What else do you need to know about the 2012 flu sea son? The traditional flu shot is for all ages and people with high-risk health conditions. FluMist, the squirt-upthe-nose version, is for healthy people ages 2 to 49 wh o aren't pregnant. A high-dose shot is avail able for people 65 and older. The intradermal shot a skin-deep prick instead of the usual inch-long needle is available for 18-to 64-yearolds. The vaccine is covered by insurance, and Medicare and some plans don't require a co pay. People can be vaccinated anytime, but it takes about two weeks for protection to kick in. Flu season starts to appear in October or November, and peaks in January or February.

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"'I' FBI Set To Announce Guidelines For New DNA Analvsis Back in July, 2012, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies acknowledged flaws in DNA testing procedures used in thousands of cases in volving microscopic hair samples. Criminal defense attorneys had long argued that the proce dures and techniques used in the DNA testing was scientifi cally flawed and should be changed. Unfortunately no action was taken for several years and as a result thousands of defen dants may have been wrong fully convicted at trial. Unknown is how many thousands, if not millions, of people pled guilty because of the purported "DNA match" of hair sample found at a crime scene even though they did not commit the crime. The FBI will soon be an nouncing guidelines as to how to go about getting samples re tested utilizing different DNA testing procedures which claim to render accurate results. Because the new testing procedures could affect thousands of people and lead to thousands of claims for re-test ing of hair samples, the devil will be in the details as far as whose cases and samples will be eligible for re-testing. The FBI and oth er law enforcement agencies have not announced what date the new re-testing guide l ines will be released Even though no official guidelines have been released, people with potential claims can follow a few steps to be prepared for the announce ment. First, de termine whether your case involves microscopic hair samples. The new DNA re testing will apparently only apply to cases that involved mi croscopic hair samples. If a case involves blood, saliva, or any type of DNA evi dence other than hair, the new DNA examinations will likely not apply to that case. Second, make inquiries to the law enforcement agency that prosecuted the case whether the hair samples in volved are still available. Many law enforcement agencies destroy evidence sam ples after a certain number of years. If it has not yet been de stroyed, send a written request that the evidence not be de stroyed. Third stay informed. Reg ularly contact the attorney that handled the original criminal case to hav e him or her check on the status of the new re-test ing guidelines. If the attorne y doe s not re spond, designate som eone to review the FBI website on a regular basis and monitor the news. Lastly, be sure to check back to this column for up dates Many of our readers are victims of wrongful convictions and many more know someone whom they believe have been wrongfully convicted because of flawed DNA evidence. Relief for these cases has been a long time coming and it seems that we are finally near ing the home stretch. Criminal defense attorney Tim Bower Rodriguez is a former Miami prosecutor and handles exclusively federal and select state criminal de fense cases Bower Rodriguez, PA invites your criminal law questions by submitting an on line inquiry on their website at www.bow errodriguez.com or contacting Bower Rodriguez PA at 511 W. Bay St. #330, Tampa, FL 33606 (813-3847555). IIISDOirOI.IJ[h Ave. Tampa Fl 33610 813-374-9026 Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to S :OO PM .. we can Bind Coverage Immediat ely *' Low Down Payments Low so that you can create profJ< itable partnerships or collabo0 rations that will help you 0 navigate and find relevant rea sources or ideas to sustain m your business or ministry. llind Your Own Business 5. Mind your own business .... so that you can dedicate time !D to praying to God seeking God and hearing the voice of God .... N for guidance and direction in "Here is the prime condition of success: Concentrate your energy, thought and capital ex clusively upon the busi ness which you are engaged. .. Resolve to lead in it .. adopt every improvement, have the best ... and know the most about it." Andrew Carnegie Empowered greetings. In order to get where you are try ing to go in life, it is imperative that you mind your own busi ness. When you start redirecting your time worrying about what your so-called competitors are doing, remember to mind your own business. When you start trying to redesign your ministry to func tion like somebody else s re member what God called you to do and mind your own busi ness. When you start trying to accomplish and gain the pos sessions of others, remember to take a step back so that you can mind your own business. In order for you to rise to be your best, you must mind your own business. In other words, stay fo cused on the essentials in your life. The center of your attrac tion should be on developing strategies to build you person ally, so that you can grow your self, your business or your ministry. Here are 7 reasons why you should 'Mind Your Own Business (M.Y.O.B.).' 1. Mind your own business so that you can endeavor to concentrate on perfecting your craft. 2. Mind your own business so that you may devote your time and efforts to activating your business or ministry po tential. 3. Mind your own business so that you can make critical decisions necessary to recover, strengthen and succeed in today 's diverse and challeng ing market. 4 Mind your own business your personal, business or ministry pursuits. 6. Mind your own business because what you spend your energy on is what you ener gize. 7. Mind your own business because now, more than ever, is the time to energize and maximize the power of your own business. Remember don't be too busy meddling in somebody else's business to mind your own business. 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u. On Sunday, October 16, 2011 the dedication ceremony for the late Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial was held on The National Mall in Washington, D. C. It was reported that thou sands of p e ople of all races gat hered on the mall to wit ness this monumental occa sion in United States history One year later, the people continue to remember The Dream of Dr. King and to believe that we shall over come, someday. Women Experience WOP At Local Hotel C On Fri., Sept 21st and Sat., a: Sept. 22nd, the Imperial u. Swann Hotel in Lakeland, C was the host site for a cele z b <( ration of women. The Women of Power ... In Motion, c Dr. B. J. Relefourd, ffi founder/CEO hosted 'An ::J Unceasing Harvest 1-Continues" to encourage the women (and men who W attended) in Lakeland and Gj surr ounding areas. On Friday evening, the W Women of Power (WOP) ::::::: en open ing conference service ::i was fadlitated by Dr. B. J. Dl Relefound. ;:::) a.. z i= w ..J ..J A prayer was rendered b y Minister Elaine Montford. The scripture was rea d by Minister Annette Rivers and was fol _. lowed by powerful Praise & ..J Worship by Elder Desiree' z Bonner. Sheila Williams j:: performed Praise in Dance. Z Pastor Judy Sklomeit w en served as the evening's <( Psalmist with Lady Rosetta C McDougal and Prophetess a: Eusheria Pitts receiving g during See.d Time. Lady u. Lakesia Scott graced the women with a reading enti tled May 1 Please? A mes sage of encouragement brought forth by Evangelist Nedra Butler. On Saturday morning, Minister Elaine Montford facilitated the mornfng glory service. Prayer was lifted by Lady Marie Brown. Prophetess Laura Wiggs extended a warm welcome to all. The scripture was read by Lady Bridgett Henry. Nicole Gadson rendered & Worship. Lady Sandra Locke and Lady Jerrie Henry each shared her own WOP Testimonial The Words of Encouragement for the morning were taught by Reverend Greta Walker. Stephanie Sanders served as Psalmist and Minister Elaine Montford delivered From My Heart. During the early afternoon, the Harvest Power Luncheon was held Dr. B. J. and Minister Montford welcomed the WOP guests, and rendered a scholarship appeal during the luncheon. Pastor Dawnya Lindsey offered up the ing of the food. The soft music of Bro. L. Michael Lindsey filled the room dur ing the luncheon. Elder Desiree' Bonner served as the afternoon Psalmist. Presentation of WOP awards were presented, by Dr. B. J to WOP Honorees: Mother Frances Relefourd and Prophetess Laura Wiggs; followed by presentations to WOP Timeless Treasures: Dr. Pamela White-Wilson Hughes, Sonji Coney Williams, Vancilla G Williams, Latha M. Speed, and Lena Pickett The afternoon closed with the reciting of the Women of Power Pledge by all members. Family Conference To BeHeld The 2012 Family Confer ence will help you to learn of the way of God for your fami ly. The host-site of the con ference will be the Plant City Church of God by Faith, 407 S. Knight Street in Plant City. Beginning on October 19th at 7:30 p.m., continuing on ----IJ: llew L.,_ Oulnlola Ministry, tno. cc.n.r ., 1111 1t. a lllllllla) Collbot lMry llttDIIell, CEO-RPil, JD B-811-1411 183-110-IIIM l.atD443IIMtaol.oom Webllbl: October 2oth at 6:30 p.m. and concluding on October 21st at s:oo p.m., there will be dynamic teaching, accom panied by anointed musical guests. For further informa tion visit: www,plantcitycogbfm:g Happy Birthday Happy birthday greetings go out to Little Miss Siane Harrison, Pamela Cooper and Mother Ethel Fields, of Clearwater (Oct. 23rd); Mother Elouise Smith, of Tampa (Oct. 25th); April Sears, of Tampa (Oct. 27th); Lakeland gentleman, Luther Golliday, Sr., (Oct. 28th); and to my pastor, Minister Gary Hird and my sister friends, Ann Fortson, of Lakeland, and Myrtice Landers, and her <;laughter, Marissa Landers of Tampa, all of whom will cele brate their birthdays on Oct 29th! May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years of abundant life! Shaw-Nuf Talk also extends special wishes for a happy birtl)day to the Florida Sentinel Bulletin's Publisher, Sybil Kay Andrews, as she cele brates another natal day! Shaw-.JVtifShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout.:Out goes out to Terrence Commons, a stu dent at Polk County' s International Baccalaureate School at Bartow High School. Terrence is the ONLY STUDENT IN POLK COUNTY who is named as a semi-finalist in the 2013 National Achievement Scholarship Program More than 1,6oo Black American high school seniors have been designated as semi-finalists The program, founded in 1964 is a privately financed academic competition that is conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. It recognizes promising African-American students and provides out standing participants with scholarships. Congratulations, Terrence Talk To Shaw-Nlif Shaw-Naif Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your cele brations, 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: shawuuftalk@-yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! Housing Authoritv Holds Gat Prepared To Iota oav! During the month of September, the Lakeland Housing Authority in con junction with the Polk County Supervisor of Elections Office, held several Get Prepared to Vote Day events. Housing residents and the general public were able to get registered to vote, update their voter informa tion, get questions answered about the voting process and much more. The events were held at: West Lake YouthBuild Center, John Wright Homes Office, Lake Bonnet Villas Community Center, Emma Mae Smith-Turner Community Center, Colton Meadow Community Center, Lake Ridge Community Center, and Dakota Park Community Center. (Photos by Shaw-Ntif). Petul.a Williams Mary Figueroa of the Polk County Supervisor of Elections Office. assisted senior residents at Gober Villa to register and update their voter infonna tion. Students of YouthBuild-Lakeland registered to vote at the West Lake YouthBuild Community Center. Awards Breakfast Held At The lakeland Canter On Thursday, August 23rd, Polk Works recognized com panies who were voted as the 2012 Best Places to Work in Polk County. The awards were distributed at a breakfast was held at The Lakeland Center. U.S. Congressman Dennis A. Ross was the keynote speaker. The theme of the event acknowledged the contributions of military veterans. Numerous community partner agencies and businesses attended the event. (Photos by Shaw-Nqf) Sheila Lucas, Business Development Associate/Polk Works a after the breakfast, with KBtrina Lunsford VIce President/Fifth Third Bank.

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National TV Writer Accuses Romnev 01 Plagiarism PETER BERG vs. MITIROMNEY LOS ANGELES -The creator of TV' s "Friday Night Lights" is accusing Mitt Romney of plagiariz ing a phrase from the show to use as a campaign slogan. Peter Berg wrote a letter to Romney on Friday saying he' s "not thrilled" tha t the Republican pres i -dential candidate is using the phrase "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can t Lose" on campaign posters and his Face book page. On the 1V show, a smalltown Texas football coach uses the phrase to inspire his players before taking the field. Berg's agent distributed the letter to the media. In it, the writer-director-actor says Romney's politics and campaign aren't aligned with the themes of the TV series. Berg goes on to thank the governor for supporting the show but says, Please come up with your own campaign slogan." The Romney campaign did not respond to a request for comment Celebritv Net wonh: 14th Centurv African Emperor The Richest Person Who Ever lived Depiction of Mansa Musa, ruler of the Mali Empire in the 14th century, from a 1375 Catalan Atlas of the known world (mapamundi), drawn by Abraham Cresques ofMallorca. Musa is shown holding a gold nugget and wearing a European-style crown. The section to the right translates as: "This Negro lord called Musa Mali, Lord of the Negroes of Guinea. So abundant is the gold which is found in his country that he is the richest and most noble king in all the land." Celebrity Net Worth recently released a list of the 25 richest people in the world throughout history, with their calculations adjusted to reflect inflation. The list names familiar people such as Warren Buffet (25th, $64 billion) and Bill 6ates (12th, $136 billion) and also a few surprises, like the late Libyan dictator Muammar Ghaddafi (8th, $2oo bil lion). However the wealthiest person in history is Mansa Musa I. Born in 1280, Emperor Mansa Musa I was the ruler of the Mali Empire, which made up Timbuktu, Ghana and Mali in West Africa. In the 14th century Musa was worth the equivalent of $400 billion today. Musa's wealth came mainly from his country being the supplier of half of the world's salt, and gold. He also invested in architecture and education, leaving behind an intellectual and economic awareness that established Mali as a global superpower and continue well into the Middle Ages. Musa's heirs could not avoid civil war and invading conquerors, so Musa's net worth was diminished after just two generations. Of the 25 richest people, none were women, but 14 out of 25 were Americans. Bill Gates is still the richest man alive. The First couple: We're Voting Earlv! You Should, Too PRES. BARACK OBAMA And FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA WASHINGTON President Barack Obama won't be posing for any photos in the voting booth on Election Day he's casting his ballot early Pres. Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama said Monday they are both voting early, a nod to the campaign s efforts to encourage supporters to vote absen tee by mail or cast their ballot at an earl y voting location. Mrs. Obama said on Twitter that she dropped her absentee ballot in the mail on Monday, telling her followers, "I couldn' t wait for Election Day!" The first lady then tweeted out a photo of her posing with the envelope holding her absentee ballot. Will Ohio Propel President Obama To llctorvil Can the Buckeye State save President Obama? After Mitt Romney's strong debate performance almost two weeks ago, the Republican presidential nominee has surged into an effective tie in most national polls and has overtaken the president in Florida and North Carolina, two states where Pres. Obama won in 2008. But in Ohio, three surveys over the last week (CNN, NBC/WSJ /Marist and PPP) have shown Pres. Obama maintaining a small, but stable lead in a state that no Republican has ever been elected president without carrying. Koch Brothers Urge Emplovees To Vote For Romnev ... Or Else Koch Industries, the billion-dollar global corporation that is known for con verting some of the world's resources into services that people depend on, sent a mailing to 45,000 of its employees earlier this month on how to vote in this year's presidential elec tion. The company's owners, siblings David and Charles Koch; who are infamously known for being GOP mega-donors, reportedly informed their Georgia Pacific employees that their livelihood could depend on the 2012 elections and that the company wholehearted l y supports Republican candidate Mitt Romney for president. DAVID And CHARLES KOCH The packet also included a flyer that listed Kochendorsed candidates with Romney at the favored No. 1 spot. 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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to receive sealed RFQu proposals at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, Florida at which time proposals will be accepted Sealed qualification proposals are invited for the following: RFQu #12-14 RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM VIDEO SCO RING AND LED VIDEO DISPLAY UPGRADES, 2013 RFQu DUE DATE/TIME: Friday November 16,2012-10:00 A.M. RFQu packages will be available for pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Monday, October 15, 2012 and online at www tampasportsauthority.com. Further details and specifications may be obta ined from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority Purchasing Department by calling ( 813) 350-6500 Extens ion 6511 The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all RFQu proposals to waive irregularities if any, and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa F l orida this 8th Day of October 2012. iss/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance and Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday EdHion Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $1 0.00 1 20 Words And 60e For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) INVITATION TO BID, TERMINAL AND AIRSIDES INTERIOR DYNAMIC SIGNAGE PHASE 2, SOLICITATION NUMBER 13-411-002, PROJECT NO. 8040 13 Sealed bids for Terminal and Airsides Interior Dynamic Signage will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4160 George J Bean Parkway, Sui te 2400, Administration Building 2nd Level, Red Side Tampa Florida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be ava i lable on the Tampa Internat i onal Airport website at www.tampaa i rport .com, Airport Business Notice of Solicitat i ons on October 10 2012. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP NO. P-001-13 UNIFORMED SECURITY GUARD SERVICES The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) i s soliciting Requests for Pr oposals (RFP or solicitation) from qualified f irms interested in prov iding Uniformed Secu rity Guard Services. These services may inc lude, but are not limited to: manning vehicle and pedestr ian gates; walking patro l s ; monit oring pier s and wharfs ; mon i toring feeds from C l osed Circu i t Televi s ion ( CCTV) cameras ; and manning pass/credential control and i ssuance positions All interested f irms w ill obta i n a copy of the RFP Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 11 01 Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602 Submitta l s are due by 1:00 p m., Wednesday, November 14, 2012. Responses will be opened at 1 : 00 p.m. on the same date TPA will hold A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE AND TOUR on Monday, October 29, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating in the pre-proposal conference and tour. See Section A, Paragraph 1.1 of the RFP for details. RFP Submittals shall include a letter indicating the Firm's interest and completion of the RFP Documents, including a Vendor's Questionnaire. Firms fail i ng to submit the required RFP Documents may be deemed non-responsive to the RFP. The RFP is available through the DemandStar System (www.demandstar. com) or through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport. com). TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterpr ise ( SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE partici pat ion. TPA w ill co n sider SBE participation when eval uat ing the submittals Questions concerning this RFP should be directed Donna Casey of the TPA's Procurement Department, at ( 813 ) 905-5044 or e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com or faxed to (813) 905-5050. INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69 1119, Spec i a l Acts Laws of Florida sealed B ids will be received by the Director of Purchas i ng City of Tampa, i n his office until: 2:30 PM ON 10/26/12 COMMERCIAL CONTAINER PAINT & PRIMER 3:00 PM ON 11/5/12 HIGHLAND PINES SHELTER then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. B i d documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submis s ion of any Bid in response to this advertised reques t shall constitute a B id made under the same condi tio ns for the same cont ract price and for the same effect ive period as t his B id t o all public ent itie s in Hillsborough County Dated: 1 0/19/12 Gregory K. 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., :a 6 a NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators t:>f the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 7, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s), violation address code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, C ity Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. CASE t 11V73 WATKINS, CHRIS11NA MICHELL 2515 E 111TH AVE ., TAMPA. FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 AND 19-50 SHERWOOO HEIGHTS UNIT NO 2 LOT3BLOCK8 140973 0000 CASE 111 CASE t11V 12TH STREET LAND TRUST UTD 1+08 C/0 GRAUNKE C TRUSTEE 35011 N 12TH ST, AlB, TAMAA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-231 LOT BEG 214FT NAND 17FT E OF SW COR OF N SE 14 OF NW 14 AND RUN N 41 FT E 183FT S43FTW70 FTN2 FT ANDW 113FTTOBEG 172542.0000 RESIDENCES LLC REG NlT ROSS COPELUT1 CASE t1:NI1157 AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC 111V N.11TH ST, T-, FL SECTIONS : 19-131. AND 19-57 SULPHUR SPRINGS AOOITION LOT 1 BLOCK 45 5004 N. 1VTH ST, TAMAA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231 AND 19-232 HODGES SHADf GROVE L OTS 1 2 7, AND 8 157552 0000 146710 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 given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 7, 2012 at 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) v i olat ion address code sect ion v i olated and le ga l description of subject property i n that order. The hearing will be held in C ity Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. CASE I 11 FSJ ROOMING HOUSE LLC 2818 N NEBRASKA AVE., TAMPA, FL S ECTION : 2 7237 BYRANS SUBDIV I S ION S 33 FTOF LOT 2 AND N 27 FTOF LOT3 BLOCK 1 1 8326 1.0000 CASE I 12-<12699 EDWARDS, SHIRLENE AND ANDREWS GERTRUDE 4802 N TROY ST., FL SECTION : 19 56SECTION : 2784 ZION HEIGHTS ADDITION LOTS 17 AND 18 156823. 0000 CASE t 12.07976 ARENAS BERNARDO Ill, ARENAS TONY A 3110W. HORATIO ST., A & B TAMPA FL SECT ION S : 27 TABLE 4 URANIA E 80 FT OF NW 14 OF LO T 2 BLOCK P 1 16541. 0000 CASE t 12-10414 1902 E 7TH AVE. INC C/0 REG AGENT JOHN B. BREWER JR. 1902 E 7TH AVE. -1-. TAMAA, FL 'tBOR CITY BLOCKY LOT 6 BLOCK 80 197316 0000 CASE t 12-D6201 WILLWIS, VIVIAN J 2514 E. 8TH AVE., TAMAA, FL SECTION : 27V GAAYTOWN LOT 3 BLOCK 11 189072 0030 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision 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 which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ANb SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY 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 ..... F=-F=---.--.... E: F LC> !E E: ...... ,--I ...... E: L "E: !E E: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the C ity Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on Noyember 14, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information lis ted below describes the number, property owner(s) violation address code section violated, and legal 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 opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Shoul d anyone have any quest ions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274 7286 CASE t 12-D2442 EXCELSIOR ENTERPRISES USA INC 1122 N FLORIDA AVE TAMAA, FL COOE SECTION : 20. 5 MANOR HILLS SUBDIVISION LOTS 20 AND 21 LESS HWY BLOCK 2 99944 0000 CASE t12-D1141 TRUST t701 DATED 02-25-2000 C/0 B L. MILLER TUSTEE 701 E. SENECA AVE ., TAMAA, FL COOE SECTION : 19-26 CENTRAL HEIGHTS LOTS 13 & 14 AND E ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCKS 95978 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the C ity Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Munic ipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 14,2012 at 1:00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in vio lation of the C i ty of Tampa Code. Information l isted below descr i bes the case number property owner(s) vio l at ion address code section violated and legal descr iption 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 opportunity to discuss the alleged v i olations Should anyone have any quest ions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the C ity Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE I 12 14264 JIMMY TREE SERVICE (NON-OWNER) 2429 W PROSPECT RD ., TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 13-4 5 (A) (2), 13-45 ( A ) (3), 13-43 NEW SUBURB BEAUTIFUL W 1> OF LOT 75 AND LOT 7 6 117569 .0000 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they wjll need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings i s made, which record incl udes the testimony and evidence upon which 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 CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of F l orida sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing o f the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 1117/12 BICYCLE SHARING PROGRAM PRE-PROPOSAL CONF. TO BE HELD @ 9:30 AM ON 10124112 @ THE CITY OF TAMPA \PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Request for Proposal are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated : 10/19/12 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 aJ m :a ., r0 en m z :::1 z m r-aJ c: rrm :::! z "tt c: a7 ,-en :I: m c m < ILl;;;;;;;;\ ;;;;;;;;;;;;EM;;i;i;;;;;;;;PL;;;;i;;;;;;;;;OYM;;;;;;;;;;;;;EN;;;i;;;;;;;;;;T Part -Time Bus Drivers Needed Must Have COL Class B With P Endorsement Clean Driving Record And Background Call (813) 412-4168 Wireless Marketer Join The Wireless Revolution Looking For Ambitious Motivated Individuals That Want To Be Part Of Nationwide Wireless Expansion FREE Workshop Locally October 19, 2012 Register: http:l/49freecellphone.com Then Call (813) 406-9744 For Ticket ....:;;:;:.--... <::- __ .... .. Jia -.........,,. -=> ............_.. .-. .. __ .. c: m en c )> z c ., :a c

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., ::a c a Move In Special 7919 Lake Shore Drive 1st Month Y.z Off 2 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH Very Spacious $650 00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Plus Depos i t $625 00/Monthly Small Pets OK $300.00 Movr ln Fee Section 8 Welcome AJC, New Tile / Carpet (813) 34o-3085 Call (813) 298-2499 Ybor City 1411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Studio Apartment Newly Remodeled Conveniently Located Courtyard Apartments Newly Remode led 1 And 2 Bedrooms $570.00 Monthly Qui et And Peaceful No Deposit No Application Fee Includes Uti li ties Section 8 Welcome Call {813) 318-1523 (813) n4-1044 Apartments For Rent Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments N i ce Clean Quiet Beautifu l $199 00 Move -In Spec i a l 1 & 2 B e drooms 1 And 2 Bedrooms $450.00 $500 00 Avai lable Now No Smok i ng/No Drugs For I mmediate Move Cred i t Background Section 8 Welcome And Income Checked Se Habla Espaiiol Seniors And Working Contact Us At People Preferred (813) 971-5254 (813) 298-8245 MAKE YOUR HOME AT TAMPA N.A.P.F.E. TOWERS AFFORDABLE, INDEPENDENT SENIOR APARTMENTS APPLICATIONS CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMAPA, FL 33612 813-9n-1663 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, GROCERY STORES, SHOPPING CENTERS, FLEA MARKETS, RESTAURANTS PLEASE CONTACT OUR LEASING CENTER 813-9n-1663 TTY/TOO: 711 OR VISIT 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33612 "The Voi ce of O u r Comm u ni ty Speaking for I tself" (813) 248-1921 II First Months Rent FREE $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental H i story Required Good Nei ghbors 2 Bedroom/1 Ba t h Apartment Centra l A/C 4005 North 34th St. #A $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 DUPLEXES North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplexes 1 For $600.00 / Monthly $500 00/Security Deposit Call (813) 363-8094 East Tampa Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block Duplex Laundry Hook-Up $600 00/Monthly Water Sewage Garbage Included Call (813) 967-6168 First Month Rent Free $50 .00 Moves You In Excellent Renta l Hist ory Required 2 B edroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $575. 00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 New Duplex For Rent 32151h North 49th Street Apartment #D H i ghland Pines Only $595.00 2/1 W I D Hook-up Includes Water 813-695-8718 10007 North 14th Street #A 2/1Dup lex WDH, CHA Pai d Water / Sewer $350 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcomed (813) 986-3205 (813) 310-8598 II Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Quiet Area $550.00/Monthly $300 00 Call (813) 503-5321 Section 8 Only Will Accept 1 Bedroom Vouch er For 2 -Bedroom Duplex With Washer And Dryer Newly Decorated Fenced Yard Water, Sewer And T rash Included 1418 E. Bougainvillea Ave. 813-545-3925 Se Habla Espanol I I ROOMS FOR RENT I I Rooms For Rent Nice Clean And Quiet No Smoking Backgrounds Will Be Checked VISA/Master Card Only Call (813) 298-8245 Furnished SSI O r Fixed I ncome Ol der Person Preferred Cable W I D Full K i tchen $400.00 / Monthly All Util i t i es Included No Drugs (813) 516-1811 ROOMMATE WANTED Large, Furnished C l ean A/C Cable Washer/Dryer Available Near Downtown, Bus l ines Male Preferred YOU MUST SEE IT!!! (813) 666-9531 Busch Gardens Large $125 .00 Small $11 0.00 Weekly Plus Deposit Furn i shed Mus t Be E mployed Or Receiv in g Benefits No Drugs/Smokers Christian Preferred {813) 466 5003 (727) 709-2789 aJ m 1 Week FREE :::D Rooms For Rent In Qui et Building At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-Q151 University Area Room Furnished CHA Cable Washer/Dryer Must Be Drug Free And Employed $100 00/Deposit Call (813) 293-1090 Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cab l e Central Air Str i ctly No Drug Act i vity Allowed Mus t Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 Palm River Area Includes Electr i c Water Access To Kitchen Bathroom Family Room $387.00/Monthly Phone TV Contact 813-621-8375 Room For Rent Ybor Area AJC, Cab l e Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceil ing Fans $75.00/Depos i t $100 00 And Up Weekly (813) 317-9872 Busch Gardens Area Furn i shed Rooms For Rent Ma l es Preferred Cable AJC, Utilities Included C l ean And Qui et $110.00/Week l y Call (813) 690.2833 West Tampa South Of 1-275 Near A r men i a Or Near Ybor / Dow ntown F urnishe d $4 00 00 $500 .00/Mont hly Includes All Utilit ies Cab l e & Personal Fri dge Income/Employment Verif i cation Call (813) 545-8074 ., r-0 ::a c )> en m z -f z m r-aJ c: r-rm ::t z ., c: aJ r-iii ::t m c m < m ::a -< -f c: m en c )> z c ., :!! c G> m N ... I aJ

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Gamma Theta Omega, In corporated, in partnership with Gamma Theta Omega Cha pt e r o f Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, will host a fundraiser on Fri day, October 26, 2012, from 9 p m. to 1 a. m. The theme for the evening is "AKA After Dark. Black White and P earls. The event will be held at the Tampa Museum of Art, 120 West Gasparilla Plaza Tampa, 33602. Tickets are $40.00 in advance and $45.00 at the door. This event is open to the general public. Guests are asked to wear their most 's ophisticated chic attire; preferably black or white. Ladies are encouraged to wear pearls of all sizes, lengths and colors. Admission includes passed hors d oeurves from 9 p. m. to 11 p. m. networking and musical entertainment by the Dynamic DJ Rock -It-Rod. Sororitv Presents 'AKA Allar Dart .. B lack, White And Pearls' Fundraisar MRS. LISA POINTER-HOLMES .. Chairman Guests will be able to view the Museum's beautiful works of art from 9 p. m. to 10 p. m. There will be a Lucky Draw auction which is a cross between a raffle and a tradi tional silent auction where a ticket is used to secure a chance to win a prize. Lucky Draw auction tickets can be purchased the night of the event. A cash bar will also be available. For over a century, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority has MRS. KEYSHA DAVIS ... Co-Chairman provided programs focused on issues such as family, com munity education and gov ernment. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter has been serving the Tampa Bay area for 70 years by providing ed ucational support to many de serving students and by offering numerous commu nity service programs. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter members are very proud of the positive impact the y have made on the lives of MS. DONNA DOUGLAS ... President, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter girls within the Tampa Bay community by encouraging and motivating them to strive to be all that they can be through educa tion arts, per sonal growth and community involvement. Several of the Sorority s Signature Program Initiatives are funded in part by this fundraiser. This includes leadership development and academic preparation of girls in grades six through eight ; encouragement of personal fitness healthy lifestyles a re duction in health dispariti es and a concerted focus on asthma prevention and man agement; economic empow erment through home and business ownership and es tate planning ; and events to improve social justice and human rights through v oter empowerment restoration of felony's rights and services for children of incarcerated par ents. Teen girls with excep tional scholastic achievement and community involvem en t are awarded scholarships funded by this yearly fundraiser Mrs. Lisa PointerHolmes is the Chairman and Mrs. Keysha Davis is the Co-Chairman of this fundraiser. Ms. Donna Oouglas is the President of Gamma Theta Omega Chap ter. For further information about the fundraiser, please visit the chapter 's website at www.akagto.com or email laurenbarnesos@gmail.com for ticket information or call 813.380 .8075 CY R will no long e r substitute

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..... 0 N CJ) ..... a: w I:D a (.) 0 c iX LL c iX I.L c z c( c 0 w ::::;) 1-rc w > w c w :::t: 0 :::i I:D ::::;) 11. z iii ...J ...J ::::;) I:D ...J w z i= z w 0 c( c iX 0 ...J LL w --------------------------------------------Eorl Lennard Supervisor qf Elections 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd., Tampa, FL 33619 SAMPLE BALLOT Boleta de Muestra TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 61S ELECTION DAY Martes 6 de Noviembre es el Dfa de Elecciones POLLS OPEN 7 AM TO 7 PM ON ELECnON DAY Las Umas AbfM de 7 AM a 7 PM en el Dia de Eleccion6 PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT (Vote for Qne) PRESIDENTE Y VICE PRESIDENTE (Vote por Uno) OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT /BOLETA OFICIAL ELECCI6N GENERAL HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA I CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 6, 2012/6 DE NOVIEMBRE DEL2012 TO VOTE, COMPLETELY FILL IN THE OVALNEXT TO YOUR CHOICE. -Use only a lli.AQK pen. -If you make a mistake, don't hesitate to ask for a new balol -If you erase or make other marks, your yote may not count. ----To vote for a candidate whose name is not printed on the ballot, fill in the oval, and write in the candidate's na.me on the blank line provided for a write-in candidate. PARA VOTAR, LLENE COMPLETAMENTE EL OVALO-PROXIMO A SU SELECCION. -Use solamente una pluma NEGRA. -Si comets un error no dude en solicitar una nueva boleta -Si botTa o realiza otras marcas, su voto puede no ser computado. -Para votar por un candidate cuyo nombre no esta impreso en Ia b91eta. rellene e1 6valo, y escriba el nombre del candidate en Ia linea en blanco que se provee para un candidate agregado. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 17 (Vote for One) __ 62 0 Mitt Romney REP Paul Ryan _. (Vote ror.oOne> .-. ES1ATAL otsl'Rrrb s? REPRESENT ANTE EN CONGRESO DISTRITO 17 (-::::) Barack Obama OEM Joe Biden 0 Thomas Robert Stevens OBJ Alden Unk C) Gary Johnson LBT James P. Gray 0 Vlfgi l H Goode, Jr CPF James N Clymer 0 Jill Stein GRI; Cheri Honkala 0 Andre Barnett REF Kenneth Cross 0 Stewart Alexander SOC Alex 'Mendoza 0 Peta lindsay PSL Yari Osorio C) Roseanne Barr PFP Cindy Sheehan C) Tom Hoefling AlP Jonathan D Ellis 0 Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson JPF 0 luis J. Rodriguez Write-in I Por UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for One) SENADOR DE LOS EST ADOS UNIDOS {Vote por Uno) 0 Connie Mack C) Bil Nelson 0 Bil Gaylor REP DEM NPA NPA REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 12 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EN CONGRESO DISTRITO 12 (Vote por Uno) 0 Gus Michael Bilirakis 0 Jonathan Michael Snow 0 John Russell 0 Paul Sidney Eliott REP REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 14 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EN CONGRESO DISTRITO 14 (Vote por Uno) 0 Evelio "EJ" Otero I 0 Kalhy Caslor REP OEM (Vote por Uno) 0 TomRooney 0 William Bronson STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 22 (Vote for One) SENADOR EST A TAL DISTRITO 22 (Vote por Uno) 0 Jeff Brandes 0 STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 24 (Vote for One) SENADOR EST A TAL DISTRITO 2-t (Vote por Uno) 0 Tomlee 0 Elizabeth Belcher REP REP OEM 0 ______ STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 26 (Vote for One) SENADOR EST A TAL DISTRITO 26 (Vote por Uno) REP REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 57 (Vote for One) REPRESENTANTE ESTATAL DISTRITO 57 (Vote por Uno) REP STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 58 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRITO 58 (Vote por Uno) 0 Dan Raulef'son REP STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 59 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRITO 59 (Vote por Uno) 0 RossSpano 0 Gall Gottlieb SAMPLE BALLOT WITH ALL RACES REP OEM (Vote por Uno) C) Wesley G Warren STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 63 (Vote for One) REPRESENT ANTE EST A TAL DISTRITO 63 (Vote por Uno) 0 Shawn Harrison REP 0 Mark Danish OEM SHERIFF (Vote for One) ALGUACIL (Vote por Uno) 0 David Gee REP 0 PROPERTY APPRAISER (Vote for One) TASADOR DE BIENES RAICES (Vote por Uno) 0 Ronda Storms REP 0 Bob Henriquez OEM 0 James DeMo NPA 0 Robert Townsend NPA SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR DE ELECCIONES (Vote por Uno) 0 Rich Glorioso BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT4 (Vote for One) COMISIONADO DEL CONDAOO DISTRIT04 (Vote por Uno) 0 f.J Higginbotham REP 0 Mark Nash OEM 0 Joy Green NPA BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT6 (Vote for One) COMISIONADO DEL CONDAOO DISTRIT06 (Vote por Uno) 0 Margaret luculano REP C) Kevin Beckner OEM JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT ShaH Justice R. Fred Lewis of the SUpreme Court be retained In office? JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPREMA (.Debefi e1 Juez de Ia Corte SUprema de Jusllcia R. Fred Lewis seguir en su cargo? 0 YES/51 0 NOINO -------------CJ -----

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---------------------------------JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Shall Justice Barbara J. Pariente of the Supreme Court be retained in office? JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPREMA (.Debera el Juez de Ia Corte Suprema de Justicia Barbara J Pariente seguir en su cargo? C) YES/SI c.:_; NO/NO JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Shall Justice Peggy A Quince of the Supreme Court be retained in office? JUEZ DE LA CORTE SUPREMA (.Debera el Juez de Ia Corte Suprema de Justicia Peggy A Quince seguir en su cargo? (::::_) YESISI NO/NO DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Shall Judge Anthony K. Black of the Second District Court of Appeal be retained in office? CORTE DE APELACION DEL DISTRITO <,Debera el Juez del Tribunal de Apelaciones del Segundo Distrito Anthony K. Black seguir en su cargo? -"' YESISI \,_/ ( NO/NO DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Shall Judge Darryl C. Casanueva of the Second -District Court of Appeal be retained in office? CORTE DE APELACION DEL DISTRITO <,Debera el Juez del Tribunal de Apelaciones del -Segundo Distrito Darryl C Casanueva seguir en su -cargo? -C) YES/SI -DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Shall Judge Charles A. Davis, Jr. of the Second D istrict Court of Appeal be retained in office? CORTE DE APELACION DEL DISTRITO t.Debera e1 Juez del Tribunal de Apelaciones del Segundo Distrito Charles A. Davis, Jr. seguir en su -cargo? C) YES/SI 0 NO/NO DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Shall Judge Edward C. LaRose of the Second District Court of Appeal be retained in office? CORTE DE APELACION DEL DISTRITO t.Debera e1 Juez del Tribunal de Apelaciones del -Segundo Distrito Edward C. LaRose seguir en su cargo? .... --, .... _, YES/51 ,_.; 0 NO/NO SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT7 (Vote for One) MIEMBRO, JUNTA DE EDUCACION DISTRIT07 (Vote por Uno) 0 Terry Kemple 0 Carol W. Kurdell SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT GROUP2 (Vote for One) DISTRITO DE CONSERVACION DE AGUA Y TERRENO GRUPO 2 CITY COUNCIL (Vote For No More Than Two) CONSEJO MUNICIPAL (Vote Por No Ws De Dos) C) Mary Jane Neale 0 Grant Rimbey SUPERVISOR, ARBOR GREEN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE ARBOR GREEN ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Steve Eckhardt cj Doug Sommerfield SUPERVISOR, ARBOR GREEN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 5 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE ARBOR GREEN ASIENTO 5 (Vote por Uno) 0 MichaelS. Candella SUPERVISOR, CORY LAKES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 3 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE CORY LAKES ASIENTO 3 (Vote por Uno) 0 Judith Judi" Beck SUPERVISOR, FISHHAWK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE FISHHAWK ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Steven Reiser SUPERVISOR, FISHHAWK II COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE FISHHAWK II ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Patrick J. Reilly (Vote por Uno) SUPERVISOR, FISHHAWK II COMMUNITY r .'/ Sharon Collins DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 5 "(Vote for One} () Shane Holman SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE 1----...---... ___________ -1 FISHHAWK II ASIENTO 5 SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT (Vote por Uno) GROUP4 (Vote for One) C) Mark Karel DISTRITO DE CONSERVACION DE AGUA Y TERRENO GRUPO 4 (Vote por Uno) C) Roy Gene Davis MAYOR (Vote for One) ALCALDE (Vote por Uno) C) Frank M Chillura 0 Cheri Donohue -------SUPERVISOR, HARBOR BAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One} SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE HARBOR BAY ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Robert A. Collins C) Adam Goldstone SUPERVISOR, HARBOR BAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 5 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE HARBOR BAY ASIENTO 5 (Vote por Uno) C:) Robert E Cribbs SUPERVISOR, HERITAGE HARBOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT1 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROllO DE HERITAGE HARBOR ASIENT01 (Vote por Uno) Ronald Jeffrey LaPace SUPERVISOR, HERITAGE ISLES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEATS (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE HERITAGE ISLES ASIENT03 (Vote por Uno) SUPERVISOR, RIVER BEND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE RIVER BEND ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Richard Orcutt SUPERVISOR, RIVER BEND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 5 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE RIVER BEND ASIENTO 5 (Vote por Uno} OJohnAdams SUPERVISOR, RIVERCREST COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 4 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, DISTRITO DEL DESARROLLO DE RIVERCREST ASIENTO 4 (Vote por Uno) 0 Lisa Fernandez SUPERVISOR. TAMPA PALMS OPEN SPACEITRANSPORTATION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SEAT 5 (Vote for One) SUPERVISOR, OISTRITO DEL DI;SARROUO DE TAMPA PALMS OPEN SPACEY TRANSPORTATION ASIENTO 5 (Vote por Uno) C) Ronald Francis Jarabak Geraldine Myers -----c 0 0 d OJ m ::JJ .... CD N 0 .... N r-0 c )> C/) m z :::f z m r-aJ c: rr !!J z 'V c: m r-Cii X m c m -4 c: m C/) c )> z c ::JJ 6

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0 ---------------------------------N 0) .... a: w m 0 ..... () 0 c a: LL c a: LL c z w c w J: en :::i m :::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z i= z w en llc:apacltado Por Guerra; Dellcuento En Ellmpueelo A Blenes De Femlla Propone una enmlenda a Ia Secci6n 6 del Articulo VII y Ia creacl6n de Ia Secci6n 32 en el Articulo XII de Ia Constituci6n Estatal para extender Ia disponibilidad del descuento sobre las propledades a aquelas constltuidas en bienes de familia de vetaranos que quedaron dlscapacltados como consecuencia de lesiones de QU8fT8 de manera de incluir a los veteranos que no residlan en Florida al momento de ingresar al ejerclto y programar ellngreso en vigor de Ia enmienda el1 de enero de 2013 C) YESisi C) NO/NO C) NOINO --------------_ .... FRONTCard2 RptPct 101-1010 "1010" Default

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----------------------------------N0.-4 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 4, 6ARTICLE XII, SECTIONS 27, 32, 33 --Property Tax Umltatlon8; Property Value Decline; Reduction for Nonhomestead Aasesament Delay of Scheduled Repeal -(1) This would amend Florida Constitution Article VII, Section 4 (Taxation; assessments) and Section 6 (Homestead exemptions). It also would -amend Article XII, Section 27, and add Sections 32 and 33, mlating to the Schedule for the amendments. (2) In certain circumstances, the law requires the assessed value of homestead and specified nonhomestead property to increase when the just value of the property decreases. Therefore, this amendment provides that the Legislature may, by general law, provide that the assessment cit homestead -and specified nonhomestead property may not increase if the just value of that property is less than the just value of the property on the preceding January 1, -subject to any adjustment in the assessed value due to changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to such property which are assessed as provided for -by general law. This amendment takes effect upon approval by the voters. If approved at a special election held on the date of the 2012 presidential -preference primary, it shall operate retroactively to January 1 2012, or if approved at the 201 2 general election, shall take effect January 1 2013. -(3) This amendment reduces from 10 percent to 5 percent the limitation on annual changes in assessments of nonhomestead real property. This amendment takes effect upon approval of the voters. If approved at a special election held on the date of the 2012 presidential preference primary, it shall -operate retroactively to January 1, 2012, or, if at the 2012 general election takes effect January 1, 2013. -(4) Thjs amendment also authorizes general law to provide, subject to conditions specified i n such law, an additional homestead exemption to every -person who establishes the right to receive the homestead exemption provided in the Florida Constitution within 1 year after purchasing the homestead -property and who has not owned property in the previous 3 calendar years to which the Florida homestead exemption applied. The additional homestead -exemption shall apply to all levies except school district levies. The additional exemption is an amount equal to 50 percent of the homestead property's just value on January 1 of the year the homestead is established. The additional homestead exemption may not exceed an amount equal to the median just value -of all homestead property within the county where the property at issue is located for the calendar year Immediately preceding January 1 of the year the -homestead is established. The additional exemption shall apply for the shorter of 5 years or the year of sale of the property. The amount of the additional -exemption shal be reduced i n each subsequent year by an amount equal to 20 percent of the amount of the additional exemption received in the year the -homestead was established or by an amount equal to the difference between the just value of the property and the assessed value of the property determined under Article VII, Section 4(d), whichever is greater Not more than one such exemption shall be allowed per homestead property at one time. -The additional exemption applies to property purchased on or after January 1 2011, if approved by the voters at a special election held on the date of the 2012 presidential preference primary, or to property purchased on or after January 1, 2012, i f approved by the voters at the 2012 general election. The additional exemption is not available in the sixth and subsequent years after it is first received. The amendment shall take effect upon approval by the voters. If approved at a special election held on the date of the 2012 presidential preference primary, it shall operate retroactively to January 1, 2012, o r if approved -at the 2012 general election, takes effect January 1, 2013. -(5) This amendment also delays until 2023, the repeal, currenUy scheduled to take effect in 2019, of constitutional amendments adopted in 2008 -which limit annual assessment increases for specified nonhomestead real property. This amendment delays until 2022 the submission of an amendment --proposing the abrogation of such repeal to the voters. -N0.4 ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL -ARTfCULO VII, SECCIONES 4 Y 6-ARTfCULO XII, SECCIONES 27, 32, 33 Umitaclones Allmpuesto lnMoblliarlo; Reducci6n Del Valor De Las Propledades; Reduccl6n Para Aumentos En La Tasacl6n De Propiededes Que No Sean Bienes De FamUia; Postergaci6n De Revocaciones Programedas -(1) Esta propuesta enmendaria Ia Secci6n 4 (lmpuestos; tasaciones) y Ia Secci6n 6 (Exenciones a bienes de famiHa) del Articulo VII de I a Constituci6n de Florida. Tambien enmendari a Ia Secci6n 27 y agregaria las Secciones 32 y 33 al Articulo XII en relaci6n con e l cronograma de las enmiendas. -(2) En determinadas c ircunstancias; Ia ley exige que el valor de tasaci6n del bien de familia y de las propiedades no constituidas en bien de familia aumente ante Ia disminuci6n del justo valor de Ia propiedad. Por lo tanto, esta enmienda establece que I a Legislatura poora, por ley general, disponer que Ia tasaci6n de bienes de familia y de propiedades no constituldas en tales no aumente s i el justo valor de Ia propiedad es menor que e l justo valor de Ia -propiedad correspondiente al 1 de enero anterior, sujeto a cualquier ajuste en el valor tasado debido a reformas, ampliaciones, reducciones o mejoras a -dicha propiedad que se tasen segun lo establecido por Ia ley general. Esta enmienda entrara en vigor tras Ia aprobaci6n por parte de los votantes. En caso -de aprobarse en una elecci6n especial celebrada en Ia misma fecha que Ia elecci6n primaria de preferencia i>residencial, se implementara en forma -retroactiva al1 de enero de 2012 o de aprobarse en Ia elecci6n general de 2012, entrara en vigor el1 de enero de 2013. -(3) Esta enmienda reduce del10 al 5 por ciento Ia limifaci6o sobre los cambios anuales en las tasaciones de inmuebles no constituidas en bien de -familia. Esta enmienda entrata en vigor tras Ia aprobaci6n por parte de los votantes. En caso de aprobarse en una elecci6n especial celebrada en Ia misma fecha que Ia elecci6n prirnaria de preferencia presidencial, se implementara en forma retroactiva al 1 de enero de 2012 o de aprobarse en Ia elecci6n general de 2012, entrara en vigor eJ 1 de enero de 2013. -(4) Esta enrnienda tambien autoriza que Ia ley general disponga, sujeto a las condiciones que dicha ley especifique, una exenci6n adicional a los bienes de familia para todas las personas que demuestren su derecho a recibir Ia exenci6n establecida en Ia Constituci6o de Florida dentro del plazo de 1 aflo posterior a Ia compra del bien de famitia sin antecedentes de posesi6n de un inmueble dentro de los 3 al'los calendario anteriores durante los que se -haya aplicado Ia exenci6n a bienes de familia en Florida. La exenci6n adicional a bienes de familia se aplicara a todos los gravamenes excepto a los correspondiefltes a los distritos escolares. La exenci6n adicional es un monto equivalente al 50 por ciento del justo valor de Ia propiedad constituida en bien -de familia a1 1 de enero del ai\o de su constltuci6n como tal. La exenci6n adicional a bienes de familia no podra exceder el monto equivalente a Ia medians del justo valor de todos los bienes de familia que se encuentren en el condado en el que este ubicada Ia propiedad en cuesti6n durante el at\o calendario -inmediatamente anterior a1 1 de enero del ano de Ia constituci6n del inmueble en bien de familia. La exenci6n adicional se aplicara durante el periodo que fuera mas breve entre 5 ai\os o e1 al'\o de venta de Ia propiedad. El rnonto de Ia exenci6n adicional se reducira cada uno de los ai'los subsiguientes por un -monto equivalente a1 20 por ciento del rnonto de Ia exenci6n adicional recibida el al'\o en que Ia propiedad se constituy6 en bien de familia o por un rnonto equlvalente a Ia difereocia entre el justo valor de Ia propiedad y el valor de tasaci6n determinado de acuerdo con el inciso (d) de Ia secci6n 4 de este Articulo, e1 que fuera mayor. No se permitlra mas de una exencl6n de esta naturaleza a Ia vez por propiedad constituida en bien de familia. La exenci6n adicional es aplicable a las propiedades compradas el1 de enero de 2011 o posteriormente en caso de recibirse Ia aprobaci6n de los votantes en Ia elecci6n especial celebrada en Ia misma fecha que Ia elecci6n primaria de preferencia presidencial de 2012 o a las propiedades compradas el1 de enero de 2012 o posteriormente en caso de recibirse Ia aprobaci6n de los votantes en Ia elecci6o general de 2012. La exenci6n adicional no estara disponible al sexto ano de su otorgamiento ni en anos posteriores. La enmienda entrara en vigor tras Ia aprobaci6o por parte de los votantes. En caso de aprobarse en una elecci6n especial celebrada en Ia misma fecha que Ia elecci6n primaria de preferencia presidencial, se implementara en forma retroactiva al1 enero de 2012 o, de -aprobarse en Ia eleccl6n general de 2012, entrara en vigor el1 de enero de 2013. -(5) Asimlsmo, esta enmienda tambilm posterga hasta 20231a revocacl6n, cuya entrada en vigor estil actuaknente programada para 2019, de las enmiendas constitucionale adoptadas en 2008 que limitan los aumentos anuales de las tasaciones para los inmuebles no constituidos en bien de familia. Esta enmienda posterga hasta 20221a presentaci6n a los votantes de una enmienda que propooga Ia derogaci6n de dicha revocaci6n. -0 YES/sf -0 NOJNO ---------------------------------------------------c 0 (') -t 0 m m l:J .... N 0 .... 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Conatruc:tion of Abortion Rights -The State Constitution authorizes the Supreme Court to adopt rules for the practice and This proposed amendment provides that public -procedure in all courts. The constitution further provides that a rule of court may be repealed by a general funds may not be expended for any abortion or law enacted by a two-thirds 110te of the membershi p of each house of the Legislature. Thi s proposed for health-benefits coverage that includes -constitutional revision eliminates the requirement that a general law repealing a court rule pass by a twocoverage of abortion. This prohibition does not thirds 110te of each house, thereby providing that the Legislature may repeal a rule of court by a general law apply to an expenditure required by federal law, -approved by a majority 110te of each house of the Legislature that expresses the policy behind the repeal. a which a suffers from a -The court could readopt the rule in conformity with the public policy expressed by the Legislature, but if the phY51cal diSOrder, physical IOJUry, or physical Legislature determines that a rule has been readopted and repeals the readopted rule, this proposed Illness that her I n danger of death -revision prohibits the court from further readopting the repealed rule without the Legislature's prior approval. unless an abortion ts performed Of a case of Under current law, rules of the judicial nominating commissions and the Judicial Qualifications Commission mend ......... .w.... ...... th may be repealed by general law enacted by a majority 110te of the membershi p of each house of the ts .. a rnent .,.............. uoa e Legislature. Under this proposed revision, a 110te to repeal those rules is changed to repeal by general law State may not be _Interpreted to enacted by a majority 110te of the legislators present. create nghts an abof'tion than. -Under current law, the Governor appoints a justice of the Supreme Court from a list of nominees contained In the United. Stales Constitution. -provided by a judicial nominating commission, and appointments by the Governor are not subject to With respect to abortion, thts proposed firmatio Th' Senat fi tion f lice f th Su c rt befo the amendment overrules court decisions which -con n 1s revtston requtres e con rma o a JUS o e preme ou re conclude that the right of privacy under Article 1 can take office. If the Senate votes .not to confirm the judicia l nominating Section 23 of the State Constitution is broade; comm1ss1on must reconvene and may not any person whose pnor appomtment to fill the same in scope than that of the United States vacancy was not confinned by the Senate. For the purpose of confirmation, the Senate may meet at any Constitution -time. I f the Senate fails to vote on the appointment of a justice withi n 90 days, the justice will be deemed conflnned and will take office. N". 6 The Judicial Qualifications Commission is an independent commission created by the State ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL. -Constitution to investigate and prosecute before the Florida Supreme Court alleged misconduct by a justice ARTicULO 1, SECCI6N 28 or judge. Currently under the constitution, commission proceedings are confidential until formal charges are Prohlbicl6n A La Flnanciad6n P\'Jblca De filed by the investigative panel of the commission. Once formal charges are filed, the formal charges and all Abortos lnterpretacl6n Del Deracho AI Aborto -further proceedings of the commission are public. Currently, the constitution authorizes the House of Esta en:nienda propuesta establece que no Representatives to impeach a justice or judge. Further, the Speaker of the House of Representatives may podran destinarse tondos p(Jblicos a ningun request, and the Judicial Qualifications Commission must make available, all information in the aborto ni cobertura de beneficios de salud que -commission' s possession for use in deciding whether to impeach a justice or judge. This proposed revision cubra el aborto. Esta prohibici6n noes aplicable requires the commission to make all of i.ts files available to the Speaker of the House of Representatives but a los gastos exlgidos por ley federal los casos provides that such files would remain confidential during any investigation by the House of Representatives en los que Ia mujer sufra un trastomo fisico, -and until such information is used in the pursuit of an impeachment of a justice or judge. This revision also una lesi6n flsica o una enfermedad flsica que Ia removes the power of the Governor to request files of the Judicial Qualifications Commission to conform to expusiera a1 peligro de muerte si no se realiza a prior constitutional change. un aborto o en caso de violacl6n o lncesto -This revision also makes technical and clarifying additions and deletions relating to the selection Esta enmienda propuesta establece que no of chief judges of a circuit and relating to the Judicial Qualifications Commission, and makes other podra lnterpretarse que Ia Constltuci6n Estatal -nonsubstantive conforming and technical changes in the judicial article of the constitution. otorga derechos mas amplios al aborto que los contemplados en Ia Constituci6n de los Estados NO. 5 Unidos. Con respecto al abot1o esta enmlenda ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL propuesta anula las decisiones de Ia corte que ARTICULO V, SECCIONES 2, 11, Y 12 estab1ecen que el derecho de privacldad Tribunates Esta1ale8 otorgado por Ia Secci6n 23 del Articulo I de Ia Propone una revlsi6n del Articulo v de Ia Estatal en retacl6n con e1 poder judicial. Constituci6n Estatal tlene un alcanoe mas La Constituci6n Estatal autoriza a Ia Suprema Corte a adoptar reglas de pr8ctica y procedimiento que e1 de Ia Constituci6n de los Estados -para todos los tribunales. Asimismo, Ia constituci6n establece que una regia de Ia corte podra ser revocada Unidos. -por ley general promulgada por el voto de dos 1erclos de los mlembros de cada camara de Ia Legislatura. C) YES/sf C) NO/NO -------------------------------Esta propuesta de revisl6n const1tuc1ona1 elmlna el requisito de aprobacl6n de leyes generales que revoquen una regia de Ia corte por el voto de dos terc1os de cada camara y, por lo tanto, establece que Ia Legislatura podra revocar una regia de Ia corte por ley general aprobada por el voto de Ia mayorla de cada -una de sus c8maras que manifieste Ia politlca en Ia que se basa Ia revocaci6n. La corte podra volver a 1--------N0-.-8-------i adoptar Ia regia confoone a Ia polltica p(Jblica manifestada por Ia Legislatura, pero sl Ia Legisiatura AMENDMENT detennina que una regia ha sido readoptada y Ia revoca, esta propuesta de revisl6n prohlbe a Ia corte ARTICLE I, SECTION 3 volver a adoptar Ia regia revocada una vez mas sin Ia aprobaci6n previa de Ia Legislatura. De acuerdo con Religious Freedom Ia ley vigente, las reglas expedidas por las comislones nominadoras judiciales y Ia Cornisi6n de Requisitos Proposing an amendment to the State Judiciales podran ser revocadas por ley general promulgada por el voto de Ia mayorla de cada camara de Constitution providing that no Individual or entity Ia Leglslatura. En virtud de esta propuesta de revisi6n, se sustituye e1 metodo de revocacl6n de reglas por may be denied on the basis of religious Identity votaci6n por Ia revocaci6n por ley general promulgada por e1 110to de Ia mayor1a de los legisladores or belief, governmental benefits, funding or presentes. other support, except as required by the First -De acuerdo con Ia ley vigente, el Gobemador designa jueces de I a Suprema Corte escogidos Amendment to the United States Constitution entre los incluidos en una lista de non:tinados provlsta por una comisi6n nominadora judicial, y las and deleting the proh!bltion against using -designaciones efectuadas por Gobemador no estfm sujetas a confirmaci6n. Esta revisi6n exige Ia tro.:n the publte treasury dlrec:t'Y or confirmaci6n de los jueces de Ia Suprema Corte por parte del Senado para que Ia persona designada 1nd1rectly I n aid of sect. or reltglous ocupe su cargo. Si por 110tacl6n el Senado decide no confirmar Ia designaci6n, debe 1101ver a convocarse a denomination or 10 aid of any sectarian Ia comisl6n nominadora judicial, que no podra volver a norninar a ninguna petsona cuya deslgnaci6n institution. anterior para ocupar Ia misma vacante no haya sido confirmada por el Senado. El Senado podra reunirse a N" 8 cualquier memento a los fines de Ia confirrnaci6n. Si el Senado no \IOta por Ia deslgnacl6n de un juez ENMIENDA coNSTITUCIONAL -dentro del plazo de 90 dlas se considerara que el juez ha sido confirmado y comenzara a ejercer el cargo ART(CULO 1 SECCION 3 La Comisl6n de Requisltos Judlciales es una comisi6n independiente creada por Ia Constituci6n Llbertad Rellgloea Estatal para investigar e interponer acciones judiciales ante supuestas conductas dolosas de un Propone una enmienda a Ia Constituci6n -magistrado o juez de I a Suprema Corte de Florida. Actualmente, de acuerdo con Ia constitucl6n, los Estatal que establece que no podran negarse procedimientos de Ia comisi6n son confidenclales hasta el rnomento de presentaci6n formal de los cargos beneficios gubemamentales, financiacl6n u -por parte del equipo investlgador de dicha comisl6n. Una vez presentados los cargos formales dichos otras formas de asistencla a ninguna persona ni -cargos y dem8s procedimientos de Ia comisi6n adquieren estado p(Jblico. Actualmente, I a constituci6n organizaci6n sobre I a base de su identidad o autoriza a I a camara de Representantes a llevar a juicio politico a magistrados o jueces. Aslmisrno, el creencias rellgiosas, excepto segun 1o exija Ia Porta110z de Ia camara de Representantes podra solicitar toda Ia informaci6n que se encuentre en Primers Erimienda a I a Constituci6n de los posesl6n de Ia Comisl6n de Requisitos Judiciales, que dicha comisi6n debe poner a su disposicl6n, para Estados Unidos, y elimina Ia prohibici6n al uso utilizarla en e1 proceso de decisi6n sobre el juicio politico a un magistrado o juez Esta propuesta de de los ingresos al tesoro pUblico para Ia revisi6n exlge a Ia comisl6n que ponga todos sus archlvos a disposici6n del Porta110z de Ia Camara de aslstencla dlrecta o lndirecta de cualquler Representantes, pero establece que dichos archlvos deben conservar su confidenclalidad durante Iglesia, secta, denominacl6n religlosa o cualquier investigaci6n que realice Ia Camara de Representantes y hasta que se Ia use para l levar a juicio lnstituci6n confesional. politico a un magistrado o juez. Esta revlsl6n tamblen quits al Gobemador Ia facultad de solicitar archivos 0 YES/sf de Ia Cornlsl6n de Requisitos Judiclales en pos del cumplimiento de un camblo constltucional anterior. C) NO/NO ---------------Esta revlsl6n tambien efectUa il'lCOf'J)OI'aci y ellninaciones y que ofrecen aclaraciones para Ia selecci6n de president8s de las cortes de circuito y en relaci6n con Ia Comisl6n de.,__ ____________ ____. Requisitos Judiciales, ademlls de otras modificaciones no sustanclales t6cnicas y tendientes al -cumpllmlento del articulo de Ia constltuci6n sobre el poder judicial. ---C) YES/sf C) NO/NO -noNTc:.rcl' 101 "1010" Dlftnlh ----

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, NO. 9 NO. 11 Amends Charter To Require Financial Impact CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Statement For All County Charter ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 ARTICLE XII, ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 Amendments And Countywide Referenda SECTION 32 Additional Homestead Exemption; Low-Income Shall county Charter be amended to provide Homestead Property Tax Exemption for Surviving Seniors Who Maintain Long-Term Residency on that the board of county commissioners require Spouse of Mlltary Veteran or First Responder Property; Equal to Assessed Value by ordinance that a separate finanCial impact --Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to statement, not exceeding seventy-five words, authorize the Legislature to provide by general law authorize the Legislature, by general law and subject including a two-year .estimate of the increase or --ad valorem homestead property tax relief to the to conditions set forth in the general law, to allow decrease in revenues or costs to the county surviving spouse of a military veteran who died from counties and municipalities to grant an additional resulting from approval of all proposed county service-connected causes while on active duty or to homestead tax exemption equal to the assessed Charter amendments and all proposed --the surviving spouse of a first responder who d ied in value of homestead property if the property has a countywide referenda unrelated to county -the line of duty. The amendment authorizes the just value less than $250,000 to an owner who has Charter amendment, be prepared by county -Legislature to totally exempt or partially exempt such maintained permanent residency on the property for budget director and placed on ballot -_ surviving spouse's homestead property from ad not less than 25 years, who has attained age 65, and immediately following ballot qvestion? valorem taxation. The amendment defines a first whQ has a low household income as defined by -responder as a law enforcement officer, a general law. correctional officer, a firefighter, an emergency medical technician, or a paramedic. This amendment Enmlenda De La Carta Para Exlglr Que Se Presenten lnfurmes De lmpacto Financiero NO. 11 Para Todas Las Enmiendas A La Carta Del shall take effect January 1 2013. ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL Condado Y Los Referendums Celebrados En --,., ARTICULO VII, SECCI6N 6 Todo El Condado N. 9 Exenci6n Adicional A Bienes De Familia; (.Debe enmendarse Ia Carta del condado a fin ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL. Ciudadanos Mayores De Bajos lngresos Que de establecer que Ia junta de comisionados del ARTICULO VII, SECCL6N 6ARTICULO XU, Hablten Una Propiedad A Largo Plazo; Equivalents condado exija, mediante una ordenanza, que el ; SECCION 32 AI Valor De Tasaci6n director del departamento de presupuestos del Exenci6n Allmpuesto A Bienes De Familia Para Propone una enmienda a Ia Constituci6n Estatal condado prepare un informe de impacto C6nyuges Sup6rstltes De Veteranos Del Ejerclto 0 para autorizar a Ia Legislatura, por ley general y financiero independiente, que no exceda las Personal De Emergencias sujeto a las condiciones establecidas en Ia ley setenta y c inco palabras, y que incluya un -Propone una enmienda a Ia Constituci6n Estatal general, que permita a condados y municipios estimado para dos-anos del incremento o de Ia -para autorizar a Ia Legislatura a otorgar Ia exenci6n otorgar una exenci6n adicional al pago del impuesto disminuci6n de los ingresos o los costos a los -del pago del impuesto segun valor sobre b ienes de sobre bienes de familia equivalente a l val or de que se expondrl a el condado como resultado -familia por ley general en benefici o del c6nyuge tasaci6n de Ia propiedad constituida en bien de de Ia aprobaci6n de cual quier propuesta de superstite de todo veterano de guerra fallecido por familia si dicha propiedad posee un justo valor enmienda a I a Carta del condado y de cualquier -causas relacionadas con el servicio activo o del inferior a los $250 000 para los propietarios que han referlmdum propuesto para celebrar en todo el -c6nyuge supllrstite de un empleado de emergencias tenido una propiedad de esta naturaleza como condado, sin relaci6n con las enmiendas de Ia fallecido en cumplimiento del deber. La enmienda residencia permanente durante un periodo no menor carta del Condado, y que dicho informe figure -autoriza a Ia Legislatura a eximir total o parcialmente de 25 anos, que han cumplido los 65 anos y con en Ia boleta inmediatamente despues de Ia Ia propiedad constituida en bien de familia de dicho bajos ingresos domesticos de acuerdo con Ia pregunta de Ia boleta? -c6nyuge superstite de impuestos segun valor. La definicion de Ia ley general. enmienda define como personal de emergencies a los oficiales de policia. oficiales de instituciones 0 YESISi correccionales, bomberos, tecnicos medicos 0 NO/NO especiafizados en urgencies o paramedicos. Esta 1------------------enmienda entrara en vigor el1 de enero de 2013. NO. 12 0 YESisl .CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE IX. SECTION 7 0 YESISi 0 NO/NO Appointment of Student Body President to Board of Filling Vacancies On The City Commission Of 1--------------------1 Governors of the State University System The City Of Plant City NO. 10 Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to Shall Section 11, Article II of the City Charter be CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT presiden f Florid Stud ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3 ARTICLE XII, replace the t o the a ent amended to provide that if a vacancy occurs on SECTION 32 Association with the chair of the council of state the City Commission (except as a result of a university student body presidents as the student recaH eleCtion) and there is less than 15 months P8nlonal Property member of the Board of Governors of the State of the term remaining, the City Commission an amendment to the State Constitution University System and to require that the Board of shall appoint an eligible person to serve on the -to. ( 1 ) Provide an exemption from ad valorem Governors such council of state university City Commission fur the remainder of the term? levied by ties palities school student body presidents. coun muniCI Adjudicact6n De Cargos Vacantes En La districtsaf, iflocathl goassessedvemments onl tanfgrble N". 12 Coml8i6n Municipal De La Cludad De Plant -person ,...,... .. e va ue 0 an ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL City owner's tangible personal is greater !!'an ARTICULO IX, SECCI6N 7 l,Debe enmendarse el Articulo II de Ia Secci6n $25 000 but less than Thrs new exemption, "-'-....!""" Del Presldente De La Junta 11 de Ia Carta Municipal a fin de establecer i f approved by the voters. Will take effect on January .........,. ""''"'" 1 2013 and apply to the 2013 tax roll and Estudiantil Ante La Junta Rectora Del Sistema que caso de que un cargo de Ia Comrsi6n bseq t tax rolls Univeraltario Estatal MuniCipal quedara vacante (excepto como su (2) Authorize a county or municipality for Propone una enmienda a Ia Constituci6n Estatal resultado de una elecci6n de destituci6n}_ y the purpose of its respective levy, and as provided para sustituir al Ia de faltaran menos de 15 meses by general law, to provide tangible personal property de Florida _por el conseJO de del de mandato: I? ComJSr6n MuniCipal tax exemptions by ordinance. presidentes de las juntas estud1anliles de las a una 1d6nea ocupar This is in addition to other statewide tangible universidades estatales en calidad de representante dich? en Ia Comrsl6n Munrc1pal hasta Ia personal property tax exemptions provided by the de Ia Junta del Sistema finahzact6n del mandato? Constitution and this amendment. Umvers1tano Estatal y para exrgrr a Ia Junta Rectora C) YES For Approval que organice el mencionado consejo de presidentes si 'Si Esta a Favor N.10 de juntas estudiantiles de universidades estatales. ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL ARTICULO VII, SECCI6N 3 -ARTICULO XII, 0 YESISI 0 NO, Against Approval NO, SiNo E.sta a Favor SECCION 32 0 NO/NO ExenciOn AI Pago De lmpuestos A Los Bienes Amend Section 9.11 Of County Charter To Change Personates Tangibles The Term Physical Handicap To Disability Propone una enmienda a Ia Constituci6n Estatal Shall the Hillsborough County Charter, Section 9.11, para: Discrimination Prohibited, which prohibits County (1) una exenci6n al pago de government from depriving any person of certai n -rmpuestos segun valor gravados por condados, rights, be amended to change the term physical municipios, distritos escolares Y otros gobiemos handicap to disability? locales sobre los bienes personales tangibles si e l valor de tasaci6n de los bienes personates tangibles Enmienda De La Seccl6n 9.11 De La Carta Del pertenecientes a una persona supera los $25,000 Condado Para Camblar El T6rmino lncapacldad -pero es inferior a los $50, 000 Si los votantes Ia Ffsica Por Discapa<:ldad -aprueban, esta nueva exenci6n entrara en vigor el 1 <.Debe enmendarse Ia Secci6n 9.11 de Ia Carta del de enero de 2013 y sera aplicable al registro Condado de Hillsborough, Prohibici6n de -impositivo 2013 Y subsiguientes. 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.... 0 N 0) .... a: w m 0 0 0 IJ.. Sample Ballot for All Races Boleta de Muestra con Todas las Razas Hillsborough County Sample Ballot Election Day: 6. 2012 Early voting October 27 3 Deadline to Request a Vote by Mail Balloc: to be Mailed to You: October 31 at S:OO pm Boleta de Muestra del Condado de Hillsborough Dfa de Elecciones: 6 de Noviembre de 2012 Votaci6n anticipada : 27 de Octubre-3 de Noviembre Oltimo dia para solicitar el envio de una Boleta de Voto por Correo : 31 de Octubre a las 5:00pm ...JvVoter Checklist vlista de recordatorios para los votantes Q Update name, address or signature. For informa tion, call 813 612-4180 Q Know where your polling place is located. Q Read your sample ballot. Q When you go co vote, you will be required to present a current and valid photo and signature I D. Acceptable forms of ID i nclude : FL Dr i ver License FL ID Card (issued by DHSMV), US Passport, Debit or Credit Card Military I D. Student ID, Retirem en t Center I D Neighborhood Associa tion I D Public Assistance ID Q Actualice su nombre, domicilio o firma Para mas informaci6n.llame al 813-612-4180 0 Averigue I a ubicaci6n de su centro de votaci6n 0 Lea su boleta de muestra Q Cuando vaya a votar, debera presentar un documento de i dentifi caci6n valido y actual con su foto y sur firma. Entre los documentos de jdentificacj6n (I D) Wlidos se jnduyen : Licencia de conducir de FL Tarjeta de ID de FL (emi tida porIa DHSMV) Pasaporte de EE. UU. Tarjeta de Debito o Credico ID Militar, ID Estudiantil, ID del Centro de Retirados.ID de Ia Asoc iaci6n Vecinal ID de Asistancia Publica. Important: lkc Ull1l f .lind u r \\< 1t h 1 n q r U< t I< >fl., on lin port ant(': l(' -,oil( n ,ln h ,.., ll,, .._, Lun II urI< < Jtl !,1, marking yow h.1llot ">er ylillli; lt'llt''-p.lt.llll.l!Cll .1 fl,, 11 C <;11'-ulrc hJit';,l p I ilf e, req ue t .1 n d t r .1< k yu lit vnt c hy fll:t d 1'.11 u t 1 t 1 ;'( r 1 1;rw < 11,1! t .., .., u n r t < d' \ 11 .11 1' > 1 '- pot, > r<'O \ 'thulr ,. t :.' dt t' ",l,t.l < n www.VoteHillsborough.org There are 3 options to vote Hay 3 opciones para votar Elect ion Day Voting at Your Polling Place: If you vote on Elect ion Day you must voce at your designated polling place. Polls are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Vote By Mail ( Absentee ) : Any registered voter may vote by mail. Florida law that ALL accepted mail ballots be included in the offictal final election resu lts The deadline to request a ballot to be mailed to you i s 5:00pm on October 31. To a Vote By Mail Ballot contact the Supervisor of Elections Office Early Voting; Early Voting is available from October 27 through November 3. You can vote at any early voting site Vote en su Precinto el D i a de Elecciones: Si vota el Dia de Elecciones, debe hacerlo en su precinto designado. Los comicios est3n abiertos de 7:00am a 7:00 pm Vote por Correo (En Ausencia): Todos los votantes i nscr iptos pueden votar por correo La legislaci6n de Florida exige que TODAS lOIS boletas de voto por correo validas se incluyan en el resultado final oficial de Ia elecci6n El plazo para solid tar que l e enviemos una boleta naliza el 31 de Octubre a las 5 :00 pm. Para sOiicitar una Boleta de Voto por Correo, comuni quese con Ia Oficina del Supervisor de Elecciones. Voce por Anticipado : Puede votar por anticipado del 27 de Octubre al 3 de Noviembre en cualquier centro de votaci6n anticipada Election Day Voting at Your Polling Place Vota en su Precincto el Dia de Elecciones vote on Election day, you must vote at your designated polhng place S i vota el D i a de Elecciones, debe hacerlo en su precincto designado. Vote By Mail Voto por Correo Vote By Mail is safe secure and convenient. Avoid long lines at the polling place. Take your time making your decisions Return postage is pre-pai d Request a Vote By Mail ballot: call our office at (813) 612 4180, v i sit our website at www.VoteHillsborouah.or&o fax your request to ({113) 744-5843, email your request to absentee@bcsoe.ors. or v1s1 t one of our offices. Your Ballot must be received by 7:00pm (Est) Election day November 6, 2012 at any of our offices. El Voto por Correo es seguro y convenience Evite Ia fila de espera en el centro de votaci6n. T6mese su tiempo para decidir. El franqueo postal de reenvio esca prepago. Solicite una boleta de voto: llame a nuestra oficina al (813) 612-4180, visite nuestro sicio Web en www.YoteHillsboro\.lih.O&. envie su solicitud por fax a l (813) 744 5843 envie su solicitud por correo electr6nico a absemee@hcsoe.ora. vi site una de las cuatro sucursales de nuescra oficina Su boleta reci bira hasta las 7:00pm (Est) del dia de Elecciones. 6 de Noviembre de 2012 en cualquiera de nuestras oficinas The dcadlnH to requc't h .tllo l to he ltl )Oll 1'pl.l/O p.u.l ;.rJih 1t.tt qut:lt 'tl\ let nt ..... l1ll.l holt'Ll hn1lu.l tl ) l '>:Ollpm on Ottolwr >I. d, Onuhr, .lll' '> Otl pm POMRG Early voting locations and Hours of Operation UbicaciOn y Horario de Atencion de los Centros de Votaclon Anticipada October 27November 3 27 de Occubre 3 de Noviembre Robert L Glider Elections Service Center 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd. Tampa, FL 33619 (7am pm) Bloomingdale Regional Library 1906 91oomingdale Ave. Valrico, FL 33596 (7am -7pm) C. Blythe Andrews Jr. Library 26Ct7 E. Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd Tampa, FL 33610 (7am pm) Fred B. Karl County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 26th Fl. Tampa, FL 33602 (7am -7pm) Town N Country Regional Library 7606 Paula Dr. Suite 120 Tampa, FL 33615 (7am -7pm) Jan K. Platt Regional Library 3910 S. Manhattan Ave. Tampa, FL 33611 (7am -7pm) Jimmie B Keel Regional Library 2902 W. Bearss Ave. Tampa, FL 33618 (7am -7pm) New Tampa Regional Library 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Tampa, FL 33647 (7am pm) Upper Tampa Bay Regional Library 11211 Countryway Blvd. Tampa, FL 33626 (7am -7pm) Bruton Memorial Library 302 W. Mclendon Street Plant City, FL 33563 (7am -7pm) Riverview Library 10509 Riverview Or. Riverview, FL 33578 (7am pm) SouthShore Regional Library 15816 Beth Shields Way Ruskin, FL 33573 (7am pm) Temple Terrace Library 202 Bullard Pkwy. Temple Terrace, FL 33617 (7am pm) North Tampa Branch library 8916 North Blvd. Tampa, FL 33604 (7am pm) West Tampa Branch Library 2312 W. Union St Tampa, FL 33601 (7am -7pm) www. VoteHillsborough.org The Court's no place for politics, but that's not stopping Governor Rick Scott and .his Republican Party from attacking three fair and impartial Supreme Court Justices. Let's keep our Court independent. SAY NO TO RICK SCOTT'S POWER GRAB! THESEJ EQU JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS JUSTICE BARBARAJ. PARIENTE vd JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE PAll FOR BY DE:FENJJUSTICE FROM POUTlCS, 1831 'o/1NElAtl) AVBU:.. ORlANDO, A. 32821

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CDC Of Tampa Celebrates 20th Anniversarv IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As Manager ofthe Lee D avis Neighborhood Service Center, Mrs. Chloe Coney worked in East Ta mpa. Bu t, the conditions in which many r es id ents lived drew her attention. Mter trave ling to other cities, Mrs. Coney gave birth to the i dea of improving the quality of life for East Tampa r es id ents. She shar e d her id ea and found that there were many partners in the community willi ng t o help make the dream a reality O n Thursday, during the 201 h Anniversary of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., Mrs. Coney r ecognize d some of i ndividuals who supported the cause from 1992 to 1995, and presented t h em with awards. Each of the hon orees were presented the Nehemiah Commu nity Builders Award. The honorees were: Fred Karl, Sandy Freedman, Jim Davis; and James Hargrett, Jr. Karl was the County Administra tor a nd al lowed Mrs. Coney to use office space at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center. Sandy Freedman was the Mayor of Tampa, and helped with demolition of con d em n e d and aba ndoned houses. Jim Davis was fir s t the Stat e Representa ti ve and later U.S. Con g ressman Davis was instrumental in obtaining a $700 ,000 grant, which allowed the organization to create the Chloe Coney Urban Center. During H argrett's terms as State R e pre sentative and Stat e Senator, he was successfu l i n obtaining fundin g for t he Open Air Market, the East Tampa Busin ess Incubator, and the On eStop Center. Sol Davis, Sr., of Sol Davis Printing Com pany, who has handled printin g for the organization for the pa s t 20 years; and the Florid a Sentinel Bulletin for its continuous support i n promoti ng the organization and it s projects, were bu si n ess award r ec ipi ents. Mrs. Coney said there are also three cou ples who were in strume ntal in providing as sista nc e during the ea rl y years. Sh e honored Les and Gwen Miller, Jr., former State Repr esen t ative and State Senator and City Councilwoman, respectively; John and Susan Sykes; and Bill McBride and Alex Sink (McBride), attor ney with Holland McKnight a nd former Bank of America President, respectively. Mrs. Coney said her first employee was .Ms. Toni Watts, who now lives in Picayun e Mississippi. Ms. Watts became th e CEO after Mrs. Coney re t ired. The CDC of Tampa, Inc., hi r ed third person to serve as the CEO of the organization thi s year. Mter serving as the Interim Chief Exec utiv e Offic ers, board members se l ec t e d Ernest Coney, Jr., to continue the work his mother began 20 years ago. (Photography by BRUNSON). More CDC 20th Anniversary : photos on Page 4D Ernest Coney, Jr., CEO and President of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. is shown with his mother, Mrs. Chloe Coney, who founded the CDC of Tampa, Inc., and his wife, Mrs. Anika Coney at the 20th Aimiversary Luncheon of the organization. MAYORBOBBUCKH O RN State Representative Betty Reed, left, is shown with Dr. Walter Smith and his wife, Barbara. City Councilman Frank Reddick, right, is shown with Cedric McCray, his Administrative Assistant. cdc le ,,, d e d .I OFTAMPA, INC. CORPORAilON 10 Dfc\IELOP C'..()M.vKA'JfTILSOf fANPA. INC S YOUR CHURCH SEARCHING FOR l!ll:en i6 a BOOK OF REVELATION. Here's something every C h ristian e mp loyer s ho uld know: o ffering ret i rement beneh t s f o r your em pl o y ees is w ell w i thin y our reach In f act. it's q uite affordable Inclu d ing social security beneh t s career m e mber s can re t ire with as m u ch as 86% o f thei r p re-retirement income A nd others can retire handsome ly too. To l earn more. send fo r o ur f ree g uide. Fa ith i n Num bers." o r down load it now at : M M BB.org/numbers. Or call 1-800-986-6222. MBB Financial Services REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THAT'S OUR CALLING.

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c a: u.. c z < c en w :::;) ..... > a: w > w a w :r en :J m :::;) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::;) a:J ....1 w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ....1 u.. c I N w REASONABLE. STEADY. RESPONSIBLE When FAMU's law School needed help to locat e to Tampa, Bob's opponent Ronda Storms said: "We can get them through law school but we can't get themto pass the Bar" Tampa Boy Times 12/29/06 Vote for better leadership. Vote Bob Henriquez. Induction Ceremont;t DeSoto Chapter National Honor Societv At Hillsborough High School Inducts New Members On Tuesday, October 9th, the DeSoto Chapter of the National Honor Society held their induction ceremony at Hillsborough High School. The Class of 2013 inductees were: Cyril Andrews, IV, Simon Cahalan, Alexa DaSilva, Ashley Gonsalves, Allison.Graff, Breanna Greene, Arun Katikala, Omaria McCrae, Camry Moore, Davis Nguyen, Michelle P ham, Demi Pinkney, Valerie Sanchez, Jonathan Szelistowski, and Edgar Torres. The Class of 2014 inductees will be: Ronald-Dean Allado, Matthew Allen, Inalvis Alvarez, Ayla Andrews, Hannah Baade, Kirstin Barnes, Jesus BeJarano, Alexis Boback, Sabrina Brijbassi, Jamie Brincefield, Aaliyah Burch, Mario Cardenas, Jennifer Cardona-Duran, Aejona Chambers, Jodeja Chisolm, Teresa Chorvat, Diana Chung, Ruby Clayton, Kelly Cochran, Yanet Cor dova, Jasmine Dereus, Ashton Davis, Jose-Rafael Diaz, Jordan Dyer, Catherine Elko, Rachel Esco bio-Roche, Taylor Flores, Ashley Fosse, Michaela Franks, Victoria Garcia, John Garza, Shirun Gazar, Luisa Gonzalez, Kendall Gribble, Carolina Hamby, DeSica Harry, Nikki Hasani-Ferrera, Faith Hendriex, Sean Hennessy, Briana Honey well, Nathan Horvat, Aaron Hothem, James Hsi ung, Phillip Hurley, Nhi Huynh, Narmin Jivani, Riyza Jose, Jong-Min Kim, Radhika Kolambekar, Ryan LaVoy, Brittany Lee, Charis Lee, Alejandro Lopez, Daniel Lorenzo, Chandler Maass, Trevor Mungovan, Gustavo Marino, Sarah Martinage, Marayna Martinez, Jonathan Maye, Trevor MeCabe, Douglas McGuire, Kourtney Melendi, Chindu Mohanakumar, Adam Montgomery, Christian Montgomery, Grace Montgomery, Chelsie Murphy, Benjamin Muschol, Sasha Palfi, Lucas Palm, Arpan Parekh, Lisa Park, Nirja Patel, Priya Patel, Shriya Patel, Maria Paula, Anna Paz, Anna Pennington, Daniela Jacqueline Perez, Nina Phan, Andrew Porat, Venkat Potluri, Jessica Pow ell, Divya Prabakaran, Madeline Quam, Maria Quinones, Kimberly Rampersad, Justin Ran dolph, Chris Reigel, Noemi Reyes, Gianna Rhodes, Madison Rice, Alexis Robiner, Virrctiana Romero, Senior Class inductee, Cyril Blythe Andrews, IV, and Junior class inductees, Ayla Andrews, and Gianna Rhodes. Cecilia Rosendo, Samuel Russell, Marcus Russo, Sheila Safe, Holly Schroeder, Casey Seguiti, Jessie Shelton, Emma Silbert, Paola Silva-Perdomo, Jor dan Singletary, Emily Smith, Jordyn Smith, Ray mond Smith, Jalyn Stallworth, Alejandro Tovar, Donny Tran, Elizabeth Tsourakis, Kaemon Vero, Anne Whitaker, Zachary Wolf, Seth Wood, KeJlen Yent, Brittany Young, a nd Aaren Zhu. Th e Nat i on a l Honor So c i e ty Offi cer s are Mark Leslie, Pr esi d ent; Mimi Pham, Vice P res i de nt; Raahil Patel, Sec r etary; Bo Moon, T re a s u re r ; Sakib Kazi, Par lia m e nt aria n,; Shireesha Reedy, CoH is t orian, a nd Se quenis Pye, C o -Hi s tori a n Linda L. Wilson wa s the Natio n a l S oc i ety Sp o n sor, a nd Dr. William T. Orr, Jr. i s the p r in cipa l of Hillsb o r o u g h High S c hool. Faith Felder, M.D. Board Certified Internal Medicine Call for an appointment today! (813) 231-5107

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CDC 20th Luncheon Guests N < ,.... a: w m () 0 a: u.. Luvator Nelson, (L) President of c a: u.. c z <( the Middleton High School Alumni Association, Denese Meyete James, CDC of Tampa, Inc., Luncheon Chairperson, and Patricia Cooper, Vice President of the Middleton High School Alumni Association. Marta Labiosa, Erika Vinson, Maxon Victor and Denise Papajorgji. JOANNE REED Rene Panko, owner of Ladies Of The Sea Restaurant, and Tonya Lewis, founder of C.Qil dren With A Vision, Inc. And THERESA BAILLOU Brenda Mobley, Betty Bell, LaDonna Sharritt, of DACCO, and Evelyn Wilson. PASTOR ANTONIO And FIRST LAI)Y AJAHAWKINS JAMES RANSOM RECHI BUTLER And Tonya Ellis, Vershun Jacques, MICHELLE WALKER Jay Jacques, Charles Young, Sr., and Charles Young, Jr. Coney family members: Doncelyn W Chaney, Katrya Watkins, Jacquelyn i= Wilson and Donielle Chaney. JOEL BARNUM And OLIVER SUTTON DARIUS CARTER And JOEY HENDERSON Tammye, Evangeline Best, J ana Jones, Tonya Schutz and Valarie Berry. w > w c w J: en :J m ::::) 11. z t= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z t= z w en C a: 0 ...J u.. c I o:;r w Cl beNe There is no better time to become a member of JSA MEDICAL GROUP! JSA Medical Group is the area's largest provider of primary health care services to the Medicare population and we have convenient locations right in your community! JON A DAB UZOHO, D.O: Board Certified Family Medicine age we MEDICAL HOME DOCTORS" 21981Sttt Ave. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712 (727) 803 HOURS: Monday Friday: 9 am to 6 pm SERVICES: Same Day Appointments fur Urgent Glre, 24 Hour Physician On-call Availability, Well 'Mlman Exams, Men's Wdlness Exams and Smenings, DermatolO

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