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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -, SEE PAGE 2 VOL 68 NO. 19 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2012 24 PAGES 75 soul To The Polls' PartnershiP C reated SEE PAGE 2 Maiorwarns That Violence Is Not love SEE PAGE 3 Operation felon Sweep Resulrs I n 3D Arrests SEE PAGE 17 ANNUAl EAST TAMPA TREE liGHTING CElEBRATION MEOING HElD Members of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, Aesthetics and Beautification Sub-Committee held a meeting last week to discuss the Annual East Tampa Tree Lighting Celebration. The meeting took place at Cyrus Greene Community Center last Thursday This marks the 5th year the Tree Lighting Celebration will take place. The official ceremony will take place on Friday, December 14th, at 5:30p.m. Shown from left to right: Darlene B. Green, Denese Meteye James, Susan Horan, and Lisa Heredia. Shown standing are: Alexandra Craveito, Deborah Thompson, Shamona L. Byrd, Sylvia Knight Brow, James Vann, Sharon Phillips, Heather Shindelbower, Julie Meyers, and Tina Lock. (Photography by BRUNSON Keepsakes).

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M ffi souls To The Polls' PartnershiP Created Man Gets 10-Year Sentence In Deaths 01 His Two Children m 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 On Saturday, the Hills C borough County Black ffi Elected Officials, in con ::;, junction with U. S. Con tgresswoman Kathy Castor will kick off Early Voting with an 8 a.m. break fast at the Open Cafe, 3332 N. 34th Street. State Senator Arthenia Joyner, State Representa tive Betty Reed, County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., City Councilman Frank Reddick, Plant City Mayor Mary Mathis, and School Board member Doretha Edgecomb are inviting members of the community to join them for breakfast. The Dutch Treat" breakfast (everyone pays for his or her own food), is in recognition of the first day of Early Voting. > On Sunday, the same group of elected officials will a: partner with the Hillsbor u.. ough County Branch C NAACP, and churches for "Souls to the Polls." Individ uals who don't vote on Sat-e en w ::;) t-li: w c w :X en :::i m ::;) Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w en a: g u.. Elected Officials Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board member; State Senator Arthenia Joyner, and State Representative Betty Reed, County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., City Councilman Frank Reddick, and Plant City Mayor Mary Marthis are participating in "Souls To The on Sunday. urday, October 2'fb, can cast Plant City; the Temple Tertheir ballots on Sunday, Ocrace Public Library, 202 tober 28th, as part of "Souls Bullard Parkway, Temple to the Polls" Initiative. Terrace; the West Tampa Li-Ministers throughout the brary 2312 W. Union Street; community are encouraged and the Jimmie B. Keel Reto urge their congregations gional Library, 2902 West to cast their ballots early. Bearss Avenue. Five libraries and the Robert For those who want to ob-L. Gilder Elections Center, tain a Vote By Mail ballots, 25143 N. Falkenburg Road, the last day to request one is will be open from 7 a.m. October 31t. The ballot can until 7 p.m. be mailed or dropped off at The libraries are: C one of the voting locations. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public The last day to participate Library, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. in Early Voting is Saturday, King, Jr., Blvd.; Plant City, November 3d The General Bruton Memorial Library, Election will take place on 302 W. McLendon Street, Tuesday, November 61h. MICHAEL ERVIN, JR. On Monday, a judge sen tenced a Valrico man to 10 years in prison his two children died in August 2009 from high body temperatures. Michael Ervin, Jr., 29 pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated manslaughter in the deaths of 18month-old Zionna Ervin, and s-mooth old Kaden Warren. The Medical Examiner de termined the children died of environmental hyperthermia. Authorities said Zionna's body temperature was 109 de grees, and Kaden's was 105. Authorities reported that the children were lifeless when Ervin took them to a Brandon hospital. Investigators ZIONNA ERVIN KADEN WARREN searched a car but did not con firm whether the children died from being left in a hot vehicle. As part of the plea agree ment, Ervin's prison sentence will be followed by five years of probation. ROOM will no longer substitute

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features fii laior War_ns That Violence Is Not love Twins launch Book Club BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For more than 24 years, Major Diane Hobley Burney has been a member of the Tampa Police Depart ment. And during that time, she has responded to more calls than she would like to remember pertaining to do mestic violence. October is National Do mestic Violence Month and Major Hobley Burney took time to share some ad vice with Sentinel readers. She also visits schools and talks to teenagers about not becoming victims. "I was talking to a group of teenagers and one little girl said that her boyfriend only slaps her. I explained to her and the other girls that when a person uses violence, he becomes more and more ag gressive. It is so unfortunate that people associate love with domestic violence. They don't recognize that it cre ates a very volatile and dan gerous situation. If children are exposed to domestic vio lence and the people stay toMAJOR DIANE HOB LEY BURNEY gether, the children connect that with love. But, we have to break the cycle. "Abuse is abuse. It doesn't matter if it is verbal, mental or physical. Some people don't realize that if a person can't go to the store without permission, that's economic abuse." Major Hobley Burney said that between January 1 st and October th, the Tampa Police Department re sponded to and investigated 2,100 cases of Domestic Vio lence. So far, this year, there has been only 1 death attributed to Domestic Violence, but she said even one is too many. She further said that some families may see that their loved one is being abused, but feel that it's not his or her business. Others become frustrated when the victim refuses to leave the situation. "Families and frlends have to understand that it is very difficult for the victim to leave. They have to be pa tient and eventually that per son will leave. They also have to understand that this is the most da ngerous time for them because by leaving she is taking control away froin the abuser. A victim may go to a safe place five or six times before finally breaking the ties. Family and friends have to be patient and pro vide support for Major Hobley Burney said. Ms. Louise Vincent was talking with her twelve-year old twin daughters about mentoring programs. She felt the time had come for them to broaden their minds. "When I brought the sub ject up, Shayla simply asked, 'Mom, why don't we start one ourselves?' And that was be ginning of "Black Girls Read" Book Club and Mentoring Program. It is geared toward girls between the ages of 12 and 17. The twins are students at Leadership Literacy & Tech nology Academy. Since decid ing to start the book club, the seventh graders have encour aged their classmates to join. SHAYNAAND SHAYLA VINCENT have been coming, even if they didn't get the book be cause they are talking about different subjects. In addition to recruiting, Shayla and Shayna are learning how to update their website and how to use social media to spread the word about the program. 0 0 a IJJ m :a 1\) 1\) C) ...a. 1\) Some signs of Domestic Violence includes the abuser having a controlling nature; isolating the victim from loved ones and friends; ver bal abuse that progresses to physical abuse, se:irnal abuse, and mental abuse. Ms. Vincent said, "They both have been working hard to spread the word and have already recruited some young ladies. This is their program and I am simply guiding them and will work with the men toring." The book club meets every fourth Saturday of the month. But, they won't meet on those days during the holidays. They select a book of the month, read it, and then dis cuss it at the meeting. The book the young ladies are reading this month is "The Gold Cadillac" by Mildred D. Taylor. They will hold their first meeting on Saturday, October 27th, at 10:30 a.m., at the Children s Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenue, this month. The twins are members of 0 :a St. John Progressive Mission-Ms. Vincent said the girls ary Baptist Church, where they are members of the 0 Youth Usher Board. They both enjoy reading as hob::::::! bies. BARACK OBAMA IS NOT JUST A PRESIDENT FOR SOME OF. US. HE'S FIGHTING FOR ALL OF US. I prom.i8ed to be a President who would lmilcl abetterfa.ture; who would move this nation forward; who would ensure that this generation your generation had the Ame chances and the same opportunities that our parents gave us. That's what rm here to do. That's why I ran for President of the United States of America. THERE'S MORE TO DO, BUT WE'RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK. PAID FOR BY OIWIA FOR AMERICA raJ c rr m ::! z "tr c IJJ r-(j) :::t m c m < m -t c m 0 c l> z c ., :!! c

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__ l ________________________________________________________________________ Aner Halt A centun: Tampa Native Savs Political Activist Prepares HoiiVWood Erupted aner To 'Pass The Torch' Presidential Debate w N 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up on a farm in Jackson County, Monroe Mack said they didn't even have a local school. I had to attend school in n earby Ocala, and as a junior, I was elected Student Body President. I think that was the beginning of my career in politics." Mr. Mack said as a student at Florida A&M University, he got more involved in politics, and worked in Democratic campaigns up until April 27, 1990 when he retired as a pharmacist. After I retired as a phar macist, I worked on the candidacy of Lawton Chiles. I also got involved with the campaign of Bob Graham, and many others, national ly, statewide, and locally. "Looking back, I remember taking part in the sit-ins MONROE MACK in Tampa, and that's when I realized we needed to be more involved in the deci sion making process of poli tics." Mr. Mack said he's noticed today that people aren't as active as they once were. "I don't see the people out there with bullhorns and waving signs anymore. We need to regain that kind of interest. Now So years old, Mr. Mack said due to health concerns, he hasn't been as active this year, but he has worked the phones to help raise funds for the Black Caucus. "This election is the most important we've had over the past half century. We can't go back and give up all the gains we've made. That's why it's important we remain active and keep try ing to talk to people and get them to vote. "I hope someone else will come along and show the same enthusiasm as I tried to exhibit during my years working. It's time to pass the torch to the next genera tion, and I'd like to do that with the assurance they will pick up where I left off." """' N JESSIE" JET SET"HUDSON BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Jessie "Jet Set" Hudson somehow manages to stay politically active and still have time for his acting and entertainment career. Born and raised in Tampa, Jet Set now lives in Hollywood, California, and after the presidential debate Tuesday night, he called to tell the people of Tampa how the entire city erupted when it was all over. "I haven't seen this kind of excitement over a political race ever in my life," said Jet Set. "People were coming out of their homes, blowing their car horns, and doing anything else to be heard. They were all in support of President Barack Obama, and felt after Tuesday's debate, he only solidified his position." Jet Set said one thing was clear after the debate, and it ., was that Mitt Romney will 6 say whatever he thinks he :!! needs to say to win, and c whether or not it's the truth )lo has nothing to do with it. m "He's a wolf in sheep's Z clothing, and has no respect :::! for the American people. "After the debate, people r were in the streets shouting m President Obama's name." r-!!l z .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. c: JUDICIAl POWER JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS The Court's no place for politics, but thafs 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! JUSTICE BARBARAJ. PARIENTE JUSTICE PEGGY A. "_QUINCE aJ r-u; ::t m c m < m c: m en c )lo z c ., :!! c

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20 1 2 Election News M' N w ID an Kicks on Multi-State Election Bus Tour g The American Federation of ).;' Teachers (ATF) will kicked off a multi-state election bus tour en last Friday. The bus will begin W the tour in Cincinnati, Oh io, and visit cities in Florida and the Northeast. The ''Your VoteYourRight Their-Futures" tour will build excitement around re-electing President Barack Obama and other pro-worker candi dates. It will highlight the on the-ground organizing, volunteer mobilization, mem ber-to-member communica tion; and get-out-the-vote efforts. AFT members will con tinue to engage in the election efforts every day until the elec tion. The tour across Florida will feature AFT President Randi Weingarten, joined by ATF SecretaryTreasurer Lorretta Johnson, before it makes a swing through the Northeast just before the election. local Dailv Newspaper Supports President Obama On Monday evening, President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney met for the final debate. As the election date draws closer, both are receiving endorsements from newspapers 0 throughout the country. Locally, the Tampa Bay u. Times has launched its sup0 port for President Barack Obama. In an article pub > lished on Friday, the newspa per stated, ... The recovery has en proven more difficult than anyW one imagined. But conditions would be far worse without the f[ president's steady leadership. w "This is not the time to re > verse course and return to the w 0 failed po1icies of the past. w Without hesitation, the l: Tampa Bay Times recom mends Barack Obama for re ID election as president." bn the other hand, the z i= w ...J ...J ::::) ID ...J w z Tampa Tribune has thrown its support behind Mitt Romney. In an editorial printed on October 21t, it wrote, "Mitt Romney is the man who can lead the nation out of its lin gering economic doldrums and restore faith in the United States. ... We don't question Obama's motives. The Presi dent sincerely believes in the inviolable ability of the federal government to make all things right. But Americans should see that this top-down ap proach doesn't work." On Saturday Early Voting will begin in Florida and many other cities around the coun try. Those who do not vote dur ing this period can cast a Vote By Mail ballot, and the third al ternative is to cast ballots on Tuesday, November 6th at your designated precinct. i= z w en NP.VIiiS Alert: The Aorida Law States That You 0 ...J u. CD w -CJ May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss wages And Medical care ... Service Help from the tMK:Iinnlino to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And (PIP Insurance Needed) Don't be victimized twice for an accident that waen't your fault Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hocn A /7 Days A Week Pres. Obama Savs Min Romnev Is SuHerlng From aomnesla' President Obama just raised the bar in his jabs against Mitt Romney, diag nosing the Republican nomi nee with "Romnesia." Speaking at a campaign rally in Virginia, the president went in on the 65-year-old for changing his position to suit different audiences. "I mean he's changing up so much backtracking and sidestep ping. We've gotta name this condition that he's going through.. I think it's called 'R omnesia.' That's what it's called. I think that's what he's going through," he said. Pres.Obama Endorsed Bv Salt lake Tribune: Favorite Son'Romnev can't Be Trusted The center of Mitt Romney's campaign, both person ally and politically has revolved around Utah. His remarkable handling of the 2002 Olympics has been touted as proof ofhis business acumen. And Salt Lake City, the hub of Mormonism and home of the Mormon church, has played a pivotal role in Romney's religious growth as well. That is why .this has to hurt. With the scathing indict ment: "The president has earned a second term. Romney, in whatever guise, does not deserve a first," the city's largest newspaper endorses President Barack Obama for a second t ime over a "shape-shifting" Romney. Jobless Rate Falls In Most Bameuround States CLEVELAND Unem ployment rates fell last month in nearly all of the battleground states that will determine the presidential winner, giving President Barack Obama fresh fodder to argue that voters should stick with him in an election focused squarely on the economy. The declines, however, were modest. It's unknown whether they will do much to sway un decided voters who are consid ering whether to back Republican Mitt Roptney or give the Democratic president four more years. In Ohio, perhaps the most crucial battleground state for both Pres. Obama and Romney, the unemployment rate ticked down last month to 7 percent from 7.2 percent, below the national average of 7.8 percent. Polls: Pres. Obama Holds His lead In Iowa, Wisconsin PRES. BARACK OBAMA With fewer than three weeks until Election Day, new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls show President Barack Obama maintaining his lead over Re publican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the battle ground states of Iowa and Wis consin. According to the polls which were conducted from Monday through Wednesday, encompassing Tuesda y's presi dential debate in New York and after -Pres. Obama receives the support of 51 percent of likely voters in Iowa to Rom ney s 43 percent. Pres. Obama To Take Campaign To 1oniuht Show' WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama will be sitting down with Jay Leno on the set of "The Tonight Show" Wednesday, less than two weeks before Election Day. NBC says Wednesday night's appearance will be Pres. Obama's fifth on "The Tonight Show, his third since he became president. Pres. Obama has been making the late-night rounds as the presidential campaign has picked up steam. He was on CBS' "Late Show With Dav id Letterman" last month, and chatted with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" last week. Mitt Romney has avoided the late-night talk shows since he became the Republican party's presidential nominee. But his wife, Ann, did appear on "The Tonight Show" last month. Tech bperts Support Pres. Obama In YouruiJe Series Tech executives and ex perts are the latest to endorse Pres. Barack Obama in the upcoming presidential elec tion. Tech40bama, or T40, has launched a new website and a YouTube series featuring the innovators behind popular websites The "Innovator Series" videos consists of dozens of interviews with techies like Linkedin co-founder Reid Hoffman, Dropbox founder Drew Houston and Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, all explaining the importance of innovation and why they support Pres. Obama's re-election. "Pres. Obama understands the backbone of the American Dream is iimova tion and entrepreneurship," said Dave Morin, CEO of Path, in the video. "I support Pres. Obama becau se I personally see how much he cares about innova tion," Hoffman said. "And how much he cares about con structing a future that we all want to have." CNET co-founder and former CEO Shelby Bonnie created most of the videos, which were shot out of the Pres. Obama campaign of fices in San Francisco. Pres. Obama Gives Jav-z Advice Pres. Barack Obama, Beyonce and Jay-Z. This fall, Jay-Z and his wife, Beyonce hosted a highly successful fundraiser for Pres. Barack Obama's re-election campaign at the 40/40 club in New York City. But what did they talk about? In a recent interview on Cleveand radio station Zl07.0, the president said he gave Jay-Z advice on parenting. I made sure that Jay-Z was helping Beyonce out [with the baby]," -Pres. Obama said, "and not leav ing it all with mom and the mother-in-law." The power couple's proPres. Obama event reportedly brought in $4M for his campaign. In addition, both Jay-Z and Beyonce have recorded videos in which they have sung the president and first lady's praises. I've gotten to know these guys over the first several years, Pres. Obama told Zl07.9. "They're good people. They're down to earth. Bey once could not be sweeter to Michelle a:pd the girls. So they're good friends. They re ally are down-to-earth folks. We talk about the same things I talk about with all my friends."

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1 Haoov Binhdav The 60th BinhdavPanv CLIFFORD STEWART, JR. We would like to send a very special happy birthday to Clifford Stewart, Jr. (Bubba). He will be turning 10 years old on October 24th_ We Jove you, Baby Boy. Mommie and Aunte CoCo. HIPPV 12th Binhd8V Happy 12th birthday wishes are sent to William Wallace Andrews, IV. William is a 6th grader at Williams Magnet School. He is a .write r and artist and a voracious reader. He also plays basket ball in a church leagu e He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III. Also wishing him a happy birthday are his siblings, Blythe, IV, Ayla, Adam and Hermione, his grandparents, Gloria Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeannette) Berry, aunts, uncles and cousins. William will celebrate with his family at Universal Studios. cC cY')WE NEED FOSTER PARENTS NOWI C
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'Save Your Home Campaign' Unites With Pastors On Patrol REV. DR. W. JAMES FAVORITE BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Ida Campbell, of Priori ty Title, was trying to find a way to let people face ing for eclosure know where they can get help she asked 0 !'astors On Patrol to step Z m. CC The "Save Your Home Campaign" is a effort to give vital information to W individuals facing foredo :: 1sure > "We want to help people ffi keep their homes and this > campaign will bring togeth er professionals to help w define the information. "There are programs out there people don't know about, and some of them will even help them bring their payments up to date. Since 2004, Ms. Campbell has coordinated First Time Homebuyers classes with Pastors On Patrol. "The classes have helped people with budgets, and financial literacy issues." Pastors On Patrol cc c leader, Rev. Dr. W. ii: James Favorite, said P.O.P. got involved, because they kept hearing members of their congregations say ing they were having diffi-IDA CAMPBELL culty with their mortgage, and how difficult it is work ing with the banks "We're trying to pull together through members of our congregations to find those banks willing to extend a hand, and find out if there are any stop-gap measures that can be used. "We want to se e if we can help reduce the amount of money homeowners have to dish out. We want to reverse this obvious plan to fail ,' the banks are practic ing. Pastor Favorite said they think as churches, they can collectively challenge the banks to do the right thing, and use their leverage as depositors to get them to do the right thing "We have to do a better job of being responsible for our revenue, and being more cooperative with each other. "It gets frustrating when you think of what you're doing, and what you can do." The "Save Your Home Campaign will be held on October 27th from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street. St. Luke A.M.E. Church 2709 North 25th Street Tampa, FL 33605 CIO w 0 Phone: 813.248.6753 Fax: 813.247.2248 Email: stlukeameOverizon.net PLEASE JOIN US FOR A 9 .. REVEREND RONALD WILLIAMS, SR. Friday, October 26,2012 7:00P.M. St. Luke A.M.E. Church $pof:\Sotea BY: Mlnhst.ly & Piita,'i''AiifMiniittY Re i,gious Bishop Newkirk Celebrates 46 Years II LeadershiP On Wednesday, October 17th, parishioners gathered to be a part of the "46 years of Pastoral Leadership for St John Cathedral pastor, Bishop Eddie Newkirk.(PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) First Lady and Minister -Marzetta Howell from the Cathedral of Faith joined the congregation for the special recognition. Minister Pat Moore joined other clergy for the special recognition. Honoree, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, and from the Cathedral of Faith, Apostle James H. Howell. Ushers Don and linda Perdue from Cathedral of Faith were also at the event. Family members, Ministers Eddie, Jr. and Artis Newkirk enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Thelma Shuman attended the celebration for Bishop Newkirk. Minister Johnny Roe came to show support.

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College Hill CriDJe Watch To Celebrate 261h Anniversarv On Wednesday, October 24th, the District 5 and College Hill Crime Watch Association will celebrate their 26th an niversary. A special town hall meet ing will be held at the Lee Davis Center, 3402 North 22nd Street from 6 p. m. until 8p.'m. The community is asked to come out and comment on what can be done to make the neighborhood's safer. Scheduled to speak at the meeting are Middleton High School principal, Owen Young; State Representative Betty Reed, and Ms. Alva Simmons. 11-Year-Oid Embarks On Modeling Career BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When n-year-old Nigeema Boone, a student at Gore Elementary, told her parents she wanted to be a model, they weren't sur prised. Her father, Leonard Boone, said he's always known she was talented be-. cause she was always going around the house singing and dancing. Nigeema and her mother, Lorraine Boone, have just returned from the Cayman Islands where the Barbazon Modeling Agency sent Nigeema to audition for movie roles, commercials, and runway modeling oppor tunities. Mrs. Boone said GiGi, as she's affectionately called, had the best time, and was signed by the Vicki Foley Tal ent and Modeling Agency. She's also being looked at to participate in commercials for the Disney Channel, and pose for runway prints. "It was our first trip to the Caribbean, and we found it to be different and fascinating," NIGEEMA BOONE said Mrs. Boone. "We went on a cruise where she modeled in front of an agent, and she was a com plete professional, and was very confident." Mrs. Boone said she asked Nigeema if she was sure this is what she wanted to do, and told her it involved a lot of hard work. "I assured her I'd support her if that's what she wanted to do. She got to hang out with two girls from Disney Radio, and they met a lot of stars." ... Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida Supporters Join Pastor For His First Anniversarv An elected official and area clergy all were a part of the first anniversary celebration for Rev. Walter J. Lassiter, II, Pastor ofMt. Zion A.M. E. Church in Port Tampa. (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) In this photo are City Councilman, Frank Reddick, honoree, Rev. WalterJ. Lassiter, II, and Bishop-Elect Michelle B. Patty. Members of the New Vision Praise Team, Cedric Thomas, Kevin Benson, Cherie Benson, and Lorraine Thomas, were highlighted during the anniversary celebration. .,,,. L ... West University Charter High School \ 11602 N.15th St., Tampa, FL 33612 II PI YOUR On the corner of Fowler and 15th .St ENROLLING NOW Serving Students Ages 16-21 FREE to attend-No Tuition or Fees FREE Public Bus Transportation Earn credits at your own Pace EARN A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA CALL 813-245-9766 TODAY! 2 Convenient Class Sessions to Choose From 7:30AM-11:30AMMorning Session 11 :30AM-3:30PM -Afternoon Session c 0 0 a a::J m :::D m < m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c "TT :!:! c C) m

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a: w ID ocal Merchants 01 East Point Plaza Host Celebration On October 13th in Brandon, the Merchants of East Point Plaza hosted a celebration. It was celebrating the opening of a new salon "Braid-It (Braids and Weave), 0 Fade-It (Barber) and Style-It (EXtensions and color). 0 Curvy Girls gave everyone a chance to see what great prices they have fall season. Dollar Depot and Pomadoro Pizza displayed their appreciation to loyal customers that have supported them for years. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Ray, Malissa, Theo and Mattie, of Braid-It, Fade-It and Style-It have more than 60 years of ex perience in the hair care industry. Asha Jones, Martha Addison, Michelle Castillo, and Jaeda coleman of Wig-It, were thankful everyone came out to sup:Port them. Vendors Karen Hiller and Zrene Rodriguez are in their pink for breast cancer month. "J.R Handyman" Anthony, Sarah, Radinnia, Myca and Karen Curvy Girls, bad a great time. Karen is a 2o-year Breast Cancer Survivor. takes pride in the work be does getting the shops ready. He came out to offer his sup port. Sabrina O'Halloran was on hand for the celebration. THE TRUTH ABOUT HALLOWEEN 1. WHERE DID HALLOWEEN ORIGINATE? An ancient ritual brought to America by the Irish in the mid 1800's Halloween can be traced back to the Druids, a Celtic culture in Ireland, Britain and Northern Europe. The Druid religion of Celtic tribes worshipped Samhain, (sow-in) the Lord of Darkness. 2. WHERE DID THE CUSTOM OF TRICK OR TREATING BEGIN? The Celts believed the souls of the dead roamed the streets and vil lages at night. Since not all spirits were thought to be friendly, gifts and treats were left out to pacify the evil spirits and ensure next years crops would be plentiful. This custom evolved into trick-ortreating. 3. WHY DO PEOPLE WEAR THE SCARY COSTUMES? As part of the celebration, the Lord of Darkness would arrive in search of the spirits to take them to the underworld. The peopJe began wearing masks and costumes to avoid being recognized as human. Orange and black are Halloween colors because orange is associated with the Fall harvest and black is associated with darkness and death. 4. SO WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH US TODAY? Today Wrtches and aD who worship this same Lord of Darkness (Satan), see Halloween as their high holy day. Those who worship Satan will throw a celebration for Satan on this day. Black Masses are performed all around the world. Animal and human sacrifices are performed. Satan himself often personifies and attends many of his parties done in his honor. Plainly said, Halloween is a day set aside to honor the Lord of Darkness. NOW YOU KNOW THE TRUTH.OUR KIDS WANT CANDY AND WANT TO HAVE FUN. WE WILL GIVE THEM THAT. WE WANT TO BLESS THEM, NOT CURSE THEM. SPEAK LIFE, NOT DEATH!

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HOROSCOPES Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Question long-held plans, and find what's needed at home. Your imagination can take you far. Friends help you solve philosophical problems. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Work may interfere with play, or vice versa. See how to combine the two You learn and earn more when you're having fun. A good study phase begins. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)You're about to find out more than you wanted to know. Your limits are being tested, but you can handle everything coming at you. Just prioritize the most important tasks. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Don't give up. There s more to it than meets the eye. Your undivided attention helps clear the blockage. Tell the truth about something that's lost val ue. Continue to increase your authority. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-New understanding comes in time tomake changes for the better. Don't get stuck in an upset, there's no light down that tunnel. Meditate in seclusion. Aries (Mar. 21-April19) Launch a new project soon. Your work is inspired. Dream big and reinvent your goals. Friends assist you in clarifying an issue. Listen for how to fi nance it. Taurus (April 20-May 20)-A formidable barrier lies ahead. Proceed with caution. It's worth going for it (even if it takes several attempts to get it right). Follow your heart. Gemini (May 21-June 20)-Social expenses are higher than expected. Your imagination compensates for any short comings. You ve got love in great abundance. Take advantage of a rare opportunity. Independent study profits. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Boost your relationship with playfulness. You can have fun without spending much. Get in volved with your list of fascinating things to learn about. Explore and bring Beginner's Mind. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Reduce the chance of error by decreasing distractions. Spend more time with your partner the next few days. Cooperation and listening are key. Consider all possibilities. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Continue to decrease stress by crossing stuff off your personal to-do list (start with things y ou'll never do anyway). Delegate. Then concentrate on exciting new assignments. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Stand firm for what you know is right. Set long-term goals with your sweetheart. Be gracious (especially when right). Postpone travel if possible BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Thomas grows angry when his attempts to win Caroline back are ignored; Caroline flaunts her new relationship with Rick; Thorne is blindsided by bad news; Brooke receives comfort from Eric when she confides in him. Caroline tries to process Rick's confession about coming between Hope and Liam; Katie turns to Taylor and Dr. Meade about her physical and emotional condition; Bill shares with Brooke his concerns regarding Katie and the baby. Stephanie reminds Steffy about how much they have in common; Brooke tries to assist Katie but Katie winds up comforting Brooke; Liam notices that Bill has changed since Will s birth. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-John gets a surprise visitor; Jennifer goes to see Nicole; Marlena feels endangered; Daniel tells Nicole they should go away together; Will and Sonny pull a prank on Kate. A furious EJ confronts Jennifer about killing his unborn child; Sami confides in Lucas about Rafe; Marlena ac cuses Kristen of theft; Kristen offers to help EJ get what he wants. Sami gets surprising news regarding her job; EJ calls Stefano and complains about Kristen; Kayla reveals that she can get Caroline into a program for her condition; Chad and Abigail share a moment together. GENERAL HOSPITALLuke wonders if Anna is afraid to find out that Duke isn t really who he says he is. An event on the docks will change lives in Port Charles for good. Has Sam finally found happiness? Sonny is faced with a devastating task. A foursome engages in strip pool. Starr comforts Michael. Mon ica makes a mysterious call. Starr tries to support Trey in his hour of need. Connie makes a shocking move. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Devastated by the de struction from the fire, Victor and Nikki are flooded by memo ries of their time at the Newman ranch. Phyllis accuses Avery of making a move on Nick, while Victoria enlists Billy to help her regain control of Newman Enterprises. Phyllis confronts Christine, while Adam lies to Chelsea in order to help Sharon. ., r 0 :D U) m z -1 z m r ID c: r r z "U c: ID r u; ::J: m 0 m < m -1 c: m U) 0 )> z 0 ., :D B G) Ayesha Cusseaux (front), and (L-R) Sheila Jackson, Florence Austin and Yvonne Clarke, m enjoyed a night out at a Chrisbnas celebration. ::::

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i Local M' N a: w m Struninu For A Cure Wig And Fashion Show Held Pretty Laces, Pretty Faces recently presented a wig and fashion show for women affected by cancer. The "Strutting for a Cure" Wig And Fashion Show was held 0 October 14th at the Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club. 0 The show focused on restoring hope and confidence in women affected by physical changes brought on by cancer treatments Cache, Xialon Fashion and J'Origami Fashions provided the clothing for the event. Owner Alicia Griffin also talked about her battle with Stage 3 cancer and C being proud the cancer is in remission. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). en w ::J N Alicia Griffin and Lavette Johnson, of Pretty Laces, Pretty Faces, said the goal ofPLPF is to help women of all ages, nationalities, and backgrounds increase their self-esteem, confidence and natural beauty. tst raftle. Praise Dancer Jasmyn Dollard and Host Christina Hughes prepared for the Fashion Show. DJ Disco prepared the music for the event. SoPhia and Tameco Battle attended the event. Lee, Michelle, Tamara and Rubin were on hand offering free samples ofRegene Slim, an appetite control dietary supplement. Carol Pavesi and Deidre Gray, of Bali Bay Trading Co., came out to show off some of their new products. W USF students Tiara Anderson and Tiffany Pastor 'Charles and Betty, of Fresh Start Ministries, Cory came out to support Missy, Alicia Humphrey take a break from studying to attend the ... enjoyed the fashion show. and a great cause. event.

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Organization To Host 'Communitv 01 Thanks' Event BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Sunday, November 18th, Our Sisters, Our Friends will be hosting its "Commu nity of Thanks" event at the Ragan Park Community Cen ter, 1200 East uike Avenue. The event will commence at 2 p. m., and is open to the public. Our Sisters, Our Friends co-founder, Mrs. Sheilah Youngblood, said it is a pleasure, and the will of God, that they are able to help those who need it the most. "We felt it would be only right to look out for those people who don't feel they have anything to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. "That's why we decided to prepare a full Thanksgiving dinner, and invite one and all to join us." This year, Mrs. Youngblood said they will have a MRS. SHEILAH YOUNGBLOOD bouncy house for the kids, pony rides, face painting, rep resentatives from the Tampa Police and Tampa Fire Res cue Departments, and more. "Please allow us to treat you to a full Thanksgiving buffet with all the trim mings," said Mrs. Young blood. "We are excited to share our blessings with the com munity, so please come out and bring all you know. Homeless People Depend On Publication To Keep TheiD OH Streets BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As the homeless popula tion continues to grow in the area, more and more men and women have said if it weren't for the Epoch publi cation, they would be forced to live on the streets, and re sort to panhandling. Sabrina Simpson, and .Lee Schier;nbeck said they were in a state of panic October 1st when they weren't able to get the publi cation, or reach anyone with the paper to find out what the problem was. "We started selling the paper for money so we could pay for our food and slfelter," said Simpson. "It was our only source of income, so when we aren't able to do that, we are left with nothing. After contacting the pub lisher, Steve Sapp, he ex plained there had been an unexpected turnover with their production staff, and that caused the October edi tions to be delayed. "However, we took care of that problem, and the pa pers are back on the street again," said Sapp. Simpson and Schierenbeck said when the City Council approved a new panhandling ordinance, it nearly destroyed them. "But, we adopted the policies they put down, and were still able to sell the paper. Thousands of people were impacted by that deci sion, so we're happy it was resolved." Wayne Boos, who said he s been on the streets sell ing the paper since January said the opportunity has pro vided him with a way of pay ing for his shelter. "I've been homeless for four years. I've tried every way I know how to earn a liv ing, and it's painful to be constantly turned away and told there' s nothing for me. "Selling this paper keeps all of us from panhandling or doing something criminal to earn a living." Sapp said they are able to keep the paper on the street at no cost to the people selling them through dona tions and advertising. The vendors sell the paper for $1.00 a copy, and use the proceeds to care for themselves and in some their family. Bodv Of Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Comes Home 1 St. Petersburg --The body of a 24-year-old mili tary enlistee and St. Peters burg resident who died October 13th in Mghanistan will arrive on Wednesday October 24th. The body will arrive at 11:15 a.m., at MacDill Air Force Base. On October 131 h Army Specialist Brittany Gor don, was in Kandahar Mghanistan, when her unit was attacked with explo sives. She died from wounds she received during the at tack. Specialist Gordon was assigned to the 572 Military Intelligence Company 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Specialist Gordon was the daughter of Assistant Po lice Chief Cedric Gordon and Ms. Brenda Gordon. A native of St. PetersSPEC. BRI'ITANY GORDON 10/2/1988 -10/13/2012 burg, Specialist Gordon graduated from St. Peters burg High School in 2006. She continued her education at the UniverSity of Florida. She enlisted into the U. S. Army and completed basic training in 2010. She re mained state side for a year N before going to Mghanistan. Her body will arrive at 11:15 a.m and the honor es cort is expected to leave the base around 12 noon. The motorcade will leave MacDill through the Bayshore Gate ; head north on Bayshore Blvd., and turn east on Platt Street Bridge. It will proceed north on Florida Avenue and east on Jackson Street. The motorcade will then travel north on N. Jefferson Street to Polk Street, where it will turn west to Ashley, where it will head north to Southbound I-275 to St. Pe tersburg. The motorcade will pass by the St. Petersburg Police Department on 1st Av enue north, en route to Law son Funeral Home, 4535 Central Avenue, St. Peters burg. No information about the funeral services for Special ist Gordon were available at press time. N c ..... N ., r 0 :!:! c )> U> m z :::! z m r CD c: r r m Fridav Night At Ybor Square :::! z "'tt c: CD r With so much going on in Ybor City on Friday nights, make sure you check out Ybor Square c;; :t m c These patrons will tell you they had a great time. (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) Mr. T made sure he was ready to party. Cheryl was caught off guard. Ci) m Bre was just chillin' at ..... Ybor Square. W

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rtainment a: 50 Cent Managing Himself Due To Chris Lightv's Death 0 0 The death of music exec utive Chris Lighty left 50 Cent without his good 1friend and manager, which prompted the rapper to take control of his own ca reer. Lighty founder of Vi olator Management, steered so's career up until his death, two months ago. Dead from an apparent suicide, claims which 50 Cent is investigating, Lighty s reportedly took his own life outside of his Bron x apartment. Reveal ing hi s new status to the world via Twitter, 50 explained that his long-delayed album has been 50 CENT placed on hold. I manage my self now that Chris Lighty has passed I'm not going to rush my album out. now that I'm doing both job' s," he wrote. c a: LL c z c( Biz Markie Recalls Seeing A Ghost On Celobritv Ghost Stories Biz Markie has no C doubt seen many things ffi over a lengthy career that included everything from rocking with the Juice Crew to collecting nice checks for beatboxing on Yo Gabba Gabba. In a recent episode of Celebrity Ghost Stories the "Nobody Beats The Biz" ::J rapper recalled seeing a m ghost when he was a little kid living in Long Island z after moving there from i= Harlem. I had ne ver seen nothing 5 like this before cause I m didn' t belie v e in now super irl natural stuff ," says the Biz. z "I got up in the middle of i= the night, I came down ffi stairs [to get] a snack. All of en a sudden I see some type of BIZ MARKlE airish, ghostly figure. You could see right through it. I'm so startled 'cause I'm a little kid. And, all of sudden, it disappeared." T.l. Refuses To Involve Himsellln Beef T.I. used to be a pretty wild cat. Before he was on VH-1 being a model dad and citizen the Kang Of The T.I. South," was never above par taking in a few rap beef here and there. However this time around the older and wiser Clifford Harris is steering clear of the brewing beef from Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy. Man, I got the mone y in mind," T.I. responded when asked about the beef in an in terview with Hot 107.9 FM. I got the sights set on a big sack with a lot of mone y in it, man. I'm talkin' like multi million dollar conglomerate type stuff. Anything that's not of that nature and under standing, I don't really see it. So I really don't know what you re asking me about. Tamar Braxton, Vincent Harben Selling Mansion TAMAR BRAXTON And VINCENT HERBERT Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert en route to divorce court? Well, tongues are wagging and the rumor mill is hinting at marital dis cord with regards to the popu lar reality show pair. Fueling the separation ru mors is the news that the cou ple are putting their massive Los Angeles County 12,402 square-foot mansion up for sale after only having lived in it for just a little more than a year The pair, who star in their own We 'IV reality show, "Tamar & Vince," have listed the sprawling estate for $7,595,000. They bought the faux-French chateau in Sep tember 2011 for $5oo,ooo less than the current asking price. Since the news hit that Tamar and Vince had put their home up for sale, rumors have swirled that the pair were going their separate ways after a three-year stint as husband and wife. Zane Author/Publisher Explains Whv Her Erotic Fiction Is so Hot Zane, one of the most pro lific erotica authors and pub lishers w as at a recent book e v ent at The White Plains Library in New York where she talked to fans about her books and the industry. We caught up with her to get her views on the future of erotica, and what i nspire s her to write Political Ad Calls Samuell. Jackson 'The New Uncle Tom' Samuel L. Jackson in 'Wake the F**k Up' Obama ad. Actor Samuel L. Jackson is threatening to sue after about a political campaign ad that calls him the new Uncle Tom." Randall Terry, who is running for both president of the United States and for Congress in Florida and who has made news for y ears as a controversial pro life activist made an ad accusing Jackson of carrying water for racists, in response to Jackson s Wake the F *k Up!" political ad supporting President Obama. In the video, which also features graphic photos of aborted fetuses, Terry dresses up as a character named Sir Reginald Bling and raps about Jackson's betrayal to his race by using lines from his movies. Whoooi Goldberg Faces Twiner Hate After Ann Romnev 'View' Interview WHOOPI GOLDBERG on "The View' Whoopi Goldberg faced a barrage of angry and insult ing tweets from Mitt Romney supporters following a segment on "The View" fea turing Ann Romney and one of the five Romney sons. On the Thursday episode of the weekday talk show, Gold berg asked Ann Romney why none of the Romney men including her husband and sons, have never served in the military, inquiring whether the reason for Romney's lack of service during the Vietnam was due to a reli gious deferment based on his Mormon faith. "Now, I believe that your religion doesn't allow you to go fight," Goldberg said. "No, that's not correct," Romney responded. "We have many, many members of our faith that are serving in armed services." "OK, urn, well I say that because when I read about your husband, what I had read, and maybe you can cor rect this, is that the reason that he didn't serve in Viet nam was because it was against the religion Goldberg asked. That's what I read I'm sorry. "No, that's not correct, Romney said. He was serv ing his mission. My fiv e sons have also served their mis sion Romney later added I sent them away as boys and they came back men." The mission Mrs. Romney was referring to was a Mormon mission, which Mitt Romney and his sons have participated in under the aus pices of their church. Conservative websites erupted over the exchange, with the Daily Caller and other blogs accusing Gold berg of getting her facts wrong. That prompted an outcry on Twitter when the outlets tweeted their stories.

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.... _s.p_o_rts _________________________________________________________________________ m Mistake Prone Bucs Charges Dropped lose 1110e Ga10e tearen: Kina m Against F1r10er To Saints The Rinas Buccaneer Tight End People in the Tampa Bay area were excited to be able to sit at home, and watch Sunday's game between the Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints. Even the sellout crowd at Raymond James Stadium was ready for a great game. Although the Buccaneer offense and defense played pretty well, a series of mistakes cost the Bucs victory in a 35-28 defeat. The Bucs had a touchdown nullified, and were denied on four downs inside their opponent's s-yard line. Quarterback Josh Freeman passed for 420 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. His counterpart, Drew Brees, passed for 377 yards, 4 touchdowns, and an interception. Buccaneer rookie running back, Doug Martin, carried the ball 16 times for 85 yards, and had the crowd on their feet with his 36 yard scamper for a touchdown. The penalty yards the Bucs picked up show why victory was snatched away. The Bucs won't have much time to lick their wounds before traveling to Minnesota to face the Vikings and Adrian Peterson in a Thursday night contest. Kickoff will be at 8:20 p.m. USF Bulls Come Up Shon Against louisville The University of South Florida football team didn't play like they were on a four-game losing skid. On Saturday, they took the field against Big East foe, Louisville, who is undefeated and ranked 16th in the latest BCS poll. The Bulls lost 27-25 to the Cardinals, but played inspired ball, and looked a lot better than their 2-5 record. The Bulls will host Syracuse Saturday night with hopes of righting the ship, and finishing the season on a win streak. Many feel the USF defeats are beginning to fit a pattern. They start doing well until the mistakes, penalties, and lapses on defense catch up with them. They are also plagued by a slow starting offense. cam Newton Calls For suuuesuon Box' After Fru$tratinu loss To Cowbovs CAMNEwroN After the Carolina Panthers suffered another 11arrow d e feat at the hands o f the Dallas Cowboys, a frustrated Cam Newton sai d that "so m ething' s going to have to change" in a postgame press conference. "The past couple of games have been the same script, by the same director," Newton said. "It's kind of getting boring. "This taste, this vibe -I'm not buying it, man. And I don't know what it is, but something's going to have to change. Something's going to have to change real fast." The Panthers fell to 1-5 with a 19-14 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday, as Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey lUcked the go-ahead 28-yard field goal with 3:2 5 remaining LEBRON JAMES We all knew LeBron James was superhuman, but now Marvel Comics and ESPN is making it official. In the upcoming issue of ESPN The Magazine's NBA Preview, LeBron: King of the Rings will be a comic including an epic tale of zombies, clones, holograms, bionics and other craziness. It also includes cameos from the comic versions of Pat Riley, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin and Serge Ibaka. Man Arrested For Tmnu To Exton Star Hines Ward HINES WARD In a curious case that is still unfolding a Pittsburgh man was arrested last Thursday on charges he attempted to extort money from former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward. Joshua Van Auker, 26, got himself on the radar of the Allegheny County district attorney's office after sending a text message to Ward's personal assistant, Raymond Burgess, .Jr., with an ominous threat which had aims of ruining the four-time Pro Bowler's image and reputation. A criminal complaint written by investigators read that Van Auker was, "alleging that Ward com mitted the criminal offense of paying women for s-x, and thereby exposing Ward to ridicule or cont e mpt. On Thursday, prosecutors dropped battery charges against former Tampa Bay Buccaneer tight end, Jerramy Stevens, from an incident in March 2011. The State Attorney's Office elected not to pursue felony and misdemeanor battery charges because two men Stevens allegedly assaulted weren't consistent with their stories. State Attorney's Office spokesman, Mark Cox, said the two men retreated and recanted from the origi nal story they gave police. In a statement from Stevens' attorney, he said no witness, including the two alleged victims, testified that Stevens punched either victim. Police initially reported the two men were bouncers at the Hula Bay Club and Duke's Retired Surfer's Island. Both men worked at a marina next to the club. The two men had met Stevens months before the alleged incident because he docked his boat at the marl-JERRAMY STEVENS na. One of the men, William Russell, had reported that Stevens had broke his jaw, but no witnesses saw ., Stevens punch Russell. 5 Russell later couldn't say for certain that Stevens hit C him. Stevens signed with the m Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2007 and was released in z 2010 after his arrest for m r marijuana possession. The m court date for that case is C today (Tuesday). J= Stevens has retired from m -f the NFL; but still lives in z Tampa. "V c m r -------------------------------------------0 Stepbon Marburv Had An IHair With And Paid Almost $1M To Keep Her Quiet Despite winning a championship over in China, Stephon Marbury stays losing. Court documents reveal that Marbury, who is married, "chopped down the family chef at least five times after she was hired. The Brooklyn even shelled out almost a cool $1 million to keep the affair on the low. Marbury carried on an affair with Thurayyah Mitchell, who he hired as a private chef in 2006. STEPHON MARBURY about $6oo,ooo to that point. An arbitrator awarded Mitchell $330,000, saying she could have sued Marbury or sold her story. X m c m < m -1 c: m en c > z c Things got dicey for the point guard when he fired Mitchell later on in the year. She claimed she was harassed while Marbury claims their relationship was consensual. Nevertheless, he offered to pay her $900,000 to keep quiet. All was going to plan until Marbury stopped making his payments in January 2010. Marbury had dished out Marbury' wife, Latasha Marbury, is s e t to appear on the upcoming season of VH1' s Basketball W i ves .... <11

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rts M a: w al 0 .... 0 0 Female linebacker Inspires Others C( c CJ) receives solid A and B grades and has been playing since the fourth grade. w ::;) .... AMINAH BARRETI' When her teammate Colton Mangum saw a girl with them while they were getting their pads, he thought, "' Oh, okay so this is different."' But it's not that different in her family, her mom played in the Women's Football League in Louisiana Twin Creeks Middle School Coach Chris Brice is not letting any of the boys go easy on her either. Aminah Barrett is only one of the seven girls in the city of Houston that plays football with boys. She attends Twin Creeks Middle School. The eighth grader c "Our kids go hard with her and that way she gets the full experience ... Speed agility drills, weight room work. Absolutely, I see no reason why any female couldn't do it," he said. a::l---------------------------------------u. c z < c CJ) w ::;) .... ii: w > w c w :I: CJ) :J al ::;) Q. z t= w ..J ..J ::;) al ..J w z t= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ..J u. Philadelphia Man's Unlikelv Rise From HandvmanTo Heavvweiuht Bryant Jennings might not be a household name right now, but if the unde feated boxer keeps climbing the heavyweight ranks he could one day be mentioned with Philadelphia's greatest fighters -guys like Joe Frazier, Bernard Hopkins and Meldrick Taylor But unlike those legends who threw punches for the City of Brotherly Love before him, Jennings' ring story starts in his mid-2os after hopes for a career in Bryant Jennings is at an age when many boxers are already on the down-slide of their career, but he is on the rise up the heavyweight ranks after finding boxing in his mid-2os. football never came to fruition. Jaguars RB Jones-Drew Could Miss Extended Time MAURICE JONES-DREW JACKSONVILLE, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice JonesDrew will miss Sunday's Gabbert has a chance to play despite an injury to his non-throwing shoulder. Jones-Drew injured his left foot on the first play of Sunday's 26-23 loss at Oakland. Gabbert injured his left shoulder on a sack in the second quarter. CD game at Green Bay, maybe ..... more, because of a foot injury. Coach Mike Mularkey says he doesn't have results of tests performed on Jones-Drew's foot, but adds that the injury is serious enough that it could keep the running back side lined for an extended period. Mularkey says team doctors haven't ruled out the possibility of it being a Lisfranc injury. Quarterback Blaine Delmon Young Wins MVP Honors, Tigers Head To World Series Delmon Young #21 of the Detroit Tigers reacts after he struck out. DETROIT -Delmon Young came up with a big hit whenever the Detroit Tigers needed one during the American League Championship Series and was unanimous pick for Most Valuable Player. The Tigers completed a four-game sweep of the New York Yankees with an 8-1 win on Thursday evening, clinching their nth American League Pennant. Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire Expected To Miss Opener AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE A key member of the New York Knicks is expected to miss the team 's long-antici pated, season-opening battle for the Big Apple against the Brooklyn Nets. Newsday reported Sunday that an MRI of starting power forward Amar'e Stoudemire's left knee revealed a "ruptured popliteal cyst." The injury will not require surgery but it will sideline Stoudemire for "approximately 2-to-3 weeks. According ot the Mayo Clinic, popliteal cysts, also known as Baker 's cysts, are marked by an excess of fluid build-up in the back of the knee which can cause pain, swelling or tightness. They can be caused by arthritis or cartilage damage, among other knee joint problems. apaurv UNUMITED LVN Returning by popular demand is this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Lyn. Lyn enjoys modeling, shopping and going to the beach, and her future plans are to finish college, then market herself as a model and fashion critic. Lyn's philosophy of life is to "do what you love, and love what you do." Her favorite star is Kimora Simmons, and when it comes to the man in her life, he must be intelligent, a go-getter, hard work ing, and capable of handling his responsibilities. Congratulations to Lyn as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you are interested in appear If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to tclark@flsentinel.com. Jdlason Hisb School Family & Frialdf THROW BACK SUNDAY Oelobw 28, 2012 12..:00 HOOII-6:00P.M .. !==\ Land 6-Sea B.ffet !==\ ,J ti Dee Servmg Spoon Caf1 tJ ti 3255 W. Cypras Tti1JI/M. FL 33607 IndiUles: Dilmef; MfiSic 6-Dessert Tldd Pria: $25.00

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Fur1e.ra15/Me.monam5/Ccird()f"Th,itik5 .... MR. JAMES ROGERS 'MAC' MCALLISTER A celebration commemorat ing the life of Mr. James Rogers "Mac" McAllister, who's journey ended on the morning of October 14, 2012, at his residence, will be held on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, at 1 p.m. at New Hope Mission ary Baptist Church, 3005 E. El licott St, Tampa, 33610, of which the Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenk ins, pastor, Dr. Arthur L. McAl lister of St. John House of Prayer, Raleigh, NC, officiat ing, and Dr. Bobby McAllister, Pastor of Justice Fellowship International, Raleigh, NC, eu logist. Mr. James Rogers "Mac" McAllister was born, March 16, 1935, to the late Dr. Theodore James McAllister, Sr. and Blanche Manning McAllister in Wake County, NC. He was also reared by the late Sally Lyon McAllister. He attended school in Wake County, North Carolina. He en tered the U. S. Marine Corp, from which he was honorably discharged. He was a barber by trade, and was employed by the VA in East Orange, NJ. He later moved to Tampa and was em ployed with the James A. Haley VA for 35 years. James was well known throughout the Tampa Bay area for his passion of photog raphy. He was a freelance pho tographer for the Florida Sentinel Bulletin for over 25 years. Memories will be cherished by his loving family: wife, Mrs. Brenda Derr McAllister; daughters, Evangelist Pamela McAllister-Alston, Knightdale NC, Brittany McAllister-Morris (Nickolas), and Tonya Rice (Rashad); his sons, Roger An drea -McAllister and Albert James Rice, Jr. (preceded him in death); godson, Maurice Allen; adopted son, Gideon Udogu (Janice); grandchil dren, Krystal, Dominique, Alissa and Isiah Alston of NC, and Andre Wright, Jr., Char vanette and Tyree Bellamy, Amara and Amiyah (unborn) Morris; his brothers, Dr. Arthur Lee McAllister (Dr. linda), Dr. Bobby Gene McAl lister (Pastor Dorothy), Milton L. McAllister (Jacqueline), An thony J. McAllister (Tyreese), Upper Marlboro, MD, Reginald L. McAllister (Bernadette), Herman (Tony) Davis, Paul J. Sanders, Raleigh, NC, and Ray mond Leach, Pittsboro, NC; sisters, Mrs. Mildred Morri son, Minister Mary Jones, Evangelist Teresa Kenan, Raleigh, NC, Rev. Lillie I. Sanders and Beaulah Hinnant (Chalmers), Garner, NC, Ms. Lee C. Sanders and Mrs. Bar bara A. Clark, Raleigh, NC; aunt, Mrs. Ora McAllister, Philadelphia, PA; brothers-inlaw, Ronald Derr, Sr. (Kathy), HAPPY :< Kenneth Derr (Levoire), Earl 0 Johnson, Sr. (Harriett), Palm BIRTHDIU O Bay' FL, and Alphonso Ball a (Ophelia); sisters-in-law, Rev. OJ Freddie McAllister and Pastor m Carolyn Riggins; a host of ::D nieces, nephews, cousins and PI) devoted friends, among whom are the Everett-Derr and Anderson staff. """' PI) There will be a viewing from s-8 p. m. and the family will re ceive friends from 6-8 p. m., Tuesday October 23, 2012, at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 12:30 p. m. on Wednesday. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFfER THE EULOGY. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME JOHN W. COLEY Sunrise: 1-10-43 Sunset: 10-22-11 Gone, but not forgotten. Missed by your family and friends in Tampa and Georgia. RUTHAMAE LEMMONS MATHIS Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, if so, we saw there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our heart, we thank you so much, whatever the part. A special thanks to: Apostle James H. Howell and the Cathedral of Faith family, and Aikens Funeral Home. TheFamil. MR. JOHN CALVIN FRISBY Homegoing services for Mr. John Calvin Frisby, who passed away October 19, 2012, at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, wiD be held Thurs day, October 25, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, Apostle 0. C. Brinkley, will officiate. Interment will follow Florida National Ceme tery. John was born January 6, 1935, to the Oate) Clarence and Emma Frisby in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was the fourth born of six children. He was preceded in death by two brothers and 2 sisters. Mr. Frisby was educated in the Philadelphia Public School System. In 1953, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and completed 20 years of military service. After his retirement, he made Tampa his home. He was also employed with the United Postal Service and retired from that position. He leaves to celebrate his life and cherish fond and loving memories: his son, Glenn Granger, Tampa; sister, Es ther Geter of Philadelphia, PA; three sisters-in-law and three brothers-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, ciousins and dear friends, especially Relena Young and family. Visitation for Mr. John Calvin Frisby will begin at 10 a. m. in the Chapel. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to as semble at the funeral home at 10:4sa.m. A HARMON BURIAL letourflunilytakecmeofyour6lmlly. -vve are the Joey to a fine and quality service" MR. LUTHER B. DUNCAN Mr. Luther B. Duncan of 6810 East Ida Street, Tampa, 33613, passed away Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Thursday, October 25, 2012, at 2 p.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Teresa Olds, officiating. A native of Tifton, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 56 years, Mr. Duncan last at tended school in Tifton, Geor gia, and later married and raised 5 children. He was a former member of St. James A. M. E. Church of Progress Village and was a re tired assistant foreman at Lykes Brothers in Plant City. He was preceded in death by: his former wife, Emma Fai son Duncan; father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Duncan; daughter, Jeanette Dallas Gladden; granddaugh ter, Michelle Dallas; sister, Ethelene Johnson; and uncle, Bennie Duncan. He leaves to cherish his memory: daughter, Vera Hol ness; 3 sons, Luther B. Dun can, Jr. and wife, Delmarie Duncan, Wallace Duncan and friend, Sandra Garms, and James Duncan and friend, Melissa; 4 grandsons, Brian Agee, Reggie Jones, Dwayne Duncan and Javin Duncan; 3 granddaughters, Esther Dallas, Emma Major and husband, Mack Major, and Trina Spikes; special friend, Ms. Alma; and a host of great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other rela tives and friends, especially Prentiss. Though he has left us, a new life has graced this world with his last name --a great grand named Duncan, born to Esther Dallas. The remains will repose from4-7p. m., Wednesday, Oc tober 24, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com DAD MATTHEW FORDOMS Nov. 23, 1904Jan, 11, 1966 MOM VASHTI FORDOMS Oct. 19, 1919 Sept. 6, 2000 ., r-0 ::D en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rIn loving memory of rour Mother and Father. We miss you so much! z Happy birthday. "0 c: From: Esther, Albert, ED Patricia, Gerard, Sarah, r Emogene and Mary; grands, great and great m great grands. c DEATH LISTS EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Jeff Lee Causey, 3407 E. Frierson, Tampa. GUDES FUNERAL HOME Mr. Robert Merritt, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Anne Marie Saint-VJ.l, Haiti. Demario Wayne Laster, Tampa. Mr. John Calvin Frisby, Tampa. Mr. Ronald Glover, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Luther B. Duncan, Tampa. Ms. Delia Ingram, Tampa. Mrs. Claudia McFarlane, Tampa. Mr. Chaz Miller, Atlanta, GA. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Wallace Washington, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Roy Breece, Tampa. Alfred Davis, Tampa. Mrs. Lois Smith, Tampa. Tampa, Florida 33(;10 < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., c

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Hazing Defendant Sentenced To 200 Hours Communitv Control c en w ::l .... co ,... w ROBERT CHAMPION, JR. ... Died November 19, 2011 after hazing incident As a result of a plea agreement, Brian Jones, 23, will serve 200 hours of community control. Jones is the first of 13 defendants to be sentenced in the hazing death of a Florida A & M University student Robert Champion. Champion, 26, died last November after being hazed following the Florida Classic in Orlando. Orlando Circuit Judge Marc Lubet, who accepted BRIAN JONES ... Enters No Contest plea in hazing incident the plea agreement, said the role Jones, of Parish, played was relatively mini mal and that no testimony substantiated that Jones had struck or beat Champion. In the wake of the death, the famous Marching 100 band was placed on suspen sion; and both President James Ammons and Julian White, the longtime Band Director, retired Dad Beats Stepson To Death For Refusing To Do Homework BUFFALO, N.Y. A jury Thursday convicted a New York father of seconddegree murder for shattering his 10-year-old stepson's skull with a rolling pin, rejecting defense claims that he was just trying to get the child to do homework and didn't mean to kill him. A state Supreme Court jury in Buffalo deliberated about three hours before finding Ali-Mohamed Mohamud guilty. With the mother of victim Abdifatah Mohamud and other relatives crying quiet ly in the courtroom, the prosecutor had walked jurors through the prolonged and grisly killing that occurred in the family's basement April17 while the boy's mother worked the second shift cleaning offices in downtown Buffalo After the boy known as Abdi had tried to run away, Mohamud stabbed him with a kitchen knife, tried to drown him in the bathroom and brought him into the basement where he gagged him with a sock and duct tape, bound his hands with an electrical cord and struck him nearly 70 times with a hardwood rolling pin, stopping only when the child was obviously dead on the floor. Mohamud faces up to 25 years to life in prison whe n he is sentenced Nov. 15. Judge: George Zimmerman's Anornevs can Examine Travvon Mania's Records SANFORD, Fla. A judge ruled Friday that attorneys for a Florida neighborhood watch volunteer can inspect the school records and social media postings of the unarmed teenager he is accused of murdering. Judge Debra S. .Nelson said that defendant George Zimmerman's attorneys need to know whether Trayvon Martin's school records and social media postings give any evidence that he had violent tendencies. Doctors Declare BovDead, Parents Sue BABY JAYLEN DORSEY CHICAGO The parents of an 8-year-old boy have sued a Chicago hospital, alleging doctors pronounced their son dead though he was still alive and refused to listen to desper ate relatives who insisted he continued to move his eyes and body. The lawsuit, filed this week, accuses Mercy Hospital and Medical Center of negligence and alleges that nearly five hours passed before staff agreed to perform a cardiac ultrasound, which showed Jaylen Dorsey's heart was beating. J aylen, who has a disability that keeps him bedridden and on a ventila tor, was found unresponsive by his mother, Sheena Lane, on Feb. 18. He was taken to Mercy Hospital and doctors ther e pronounced the boy dead. Chicago High School Student Killed leaving School CHICAGO, IL The back pack of high school senior, Terrance Wright, 18 remained lying on the ground, the only indication of the horror that occurred outside of Banner Academy South High School just hours before. When Wright exited the building at the end of the school day, he was approached by 5 assailants who immediately began intimidating the young man. When one of them began going through Wright's pockets the teen fought back, and was shot for his efforts to TERRANCE WRIGHT defend himself He was pronounced dead at Advocate Christ Medical Center. Mass Murder Suspect Commits Suicide BROOKFIELD, Wis. -A man police suspected of killing three and wounding four by opening fire at a tran quil day spa was found dead Sunday afternoon following a six-hour manhunt that locked down a shopping center, country club and hospital in suburban Milwaukee. Authorities said they believed the shooting was related to a domestic dispute. The man they identified as the suspect, Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, 45, of Brown Deer, had a restrain ing order against him. Brookfield Police Chief Dan Tushaus said Haughton died of a self-RADCLIFFE FRANKLIN HAUGHTON inflicted gunshot wound and was found in the spa. Authorities initially believed Haughton had fled and spent much of Sunday look ing for him. Pregnant Woman Found Murdered oav Before Wedding BROOKLYN, NY -A woman who was eight months pregnant was found stabbed to death Saturday in her apartment, the day before her wedding, police said. Vindalee Smith, 38, was found on the floor of her apartment in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn with a gaping wound in her neck. It wasn't clear how long she'd been dead before the body was discovered by her landlord. Her unborn child did not survive There was no sign of forced entry, and no weapon was recovered, police said Investigators are looking for a possible suspect They inter viewed her friends and fami ly, a nd spo k e to her fiance. I can' t even begin to imagine who would want to do that," her fr iend, Sybil Samuel, told local newspa pers. "It would be t he devil, to VINDALEE SMITH kill a woman with a child in her stomach. They killed two people. Smith had four children in their teens and 20s, friends said. A baby s hower had been planned for Saturday evening, followed by a small wedding Sunday: Friends told reporters that Smith had met he r fiance about a year ago

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Crime Elderlv Woman Sexuallv Assaulted. At Church Tampa Police are search ing for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a elderly woman Friday at a local church. Police said at 11:45 a. m., a 70-year-old woman was at the Living Word Fellowship Church getting a key to a rental home close to the church. As she walked to the rental house, police said a man approached her asking questions about the church. Police said the man asked to see the sanctuary, and the woman unlocked the door to let him inside. After a short period of time passed, the man reportedly put his hand over the woman's mouth, pushed her down onto a chair, and sexually assaulted her. He then fled from the church on foot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 28 to 30 y ears old, 5'6 to 5'11" tall, and weighing between 160 and 175 pounds. 'Operation Felon Sweep' Results In 30 Arrests COREY SMITH ERSTER RUCKER JERALD STONE THMARQUE SANDERS WALTER MARTIN HIGHTOWER ANDERSON Last week, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and Tampa Police Department concluded their two day warrants roundup in Sulphur Springs, Ybor City, Jackson Heights, Belmont Heights, Seminole Heights, East Tampa and South Tampa. Authorities said they expect the operation to reduce the number of outstanding war rants in Hillsborough County. According to statistics, 30 people were arrested, 37 war rants were served, so charges were filed (30 felony, 20 mis demeanor), and 5 juveniles were arrested. Arrested in the operation were: Corey Smith, 34; DON CALVIN GREEN TOOMBS ANIWAN REGINALD COMER BRITION TINESHA ASHFOIU> RONNIE WYCHE .Jerald Stone, 28; Byron Orellana, 22; Don Green, 31; Millard McCaw, 55; Deborah Arcoraci, so; Johnnie Putts, 55; Stacy Helfer, 35; Calvin Toombs, 43; Matthew Vancise, 19; Erster Rucker, 42; John Malloy, 56; Thmarque Sanders, 38; Antwan Comer, 26; Reginald Britton, so; Tinesha Ashford, 19; Billy Nelson, 25; Martin Anderson, 34; Dwayne Malone, 23; Ronnie Wyche, 48; Robert Stuyvenberg, 33; Frederick Hobbs, 21; Christopher McGhee, 30; Ronald McCray, 53, and Walter Hightower, 63. Man Charged With Molesuna Bov Gets Warning From Judge STEVEN TAYLOR On Thursday, 47-year-old Steven Taylor, described as being homeless, stood before a judge for the first time after his arrest for molesting a 14-year-old boy. Police said Taylor lured the boy into a shed near 28th Avenue and Nebraska Avenue where he pinned him down and sexually bat tered him. The boy escaped and flagged down an officer nearby. Last Thursday, Judge Walter Henrich told Taylor his defense team is facing an uphill battle, and he's obviously not going anywhere for a long time. He also told Taylor his attorneys have their work cut out for them. If convicted, Taylor could face 30 years to life in prison. 11-Year-Oid Shot In Gas Station's Parking lot Tampa Police detectives are investigating a shooting Saturday night that left a 17-year-old wounded. Police said the teenager suffered a gunshot wound to his left leg and was hos pitalized. The incident took place at 9 p. m. at the Marathon Gas Station in the 3700 block of 50th Street. According to investiga tors, the victim was stand ing in the parking lot of the gas station when he was shot. Several witnesses were interviewed and evidence was collected from the scene. The victim is in stable condition, and police did not release any suspect information. -4 c: m en Mother Ol161n Coon on Police Assault Charge Angel Adams, 39, gained national attention when Information was released that she was living in a motel room with 12 of her 15 children. On Friday, Adams was in court for a pre-trial hearing on a charge she battered a law enforcement officer and resisted arrest. Attorneys argued whether a jury should see photos of Adams after the incident, during which she was hit by a stun gun Adams was 8-1/2 months pregnant with her 16th child during the incident in May. Because of her pregnancy, an issue is whether or not Adams was able to get her hands behind her back as quickly as the officers wanted her to. Police alleged Adams hit one of their officers, then locked her door to keep ANGEL ADAMS another officer out and trapping the first officer inside her home. Adams reported she was pushed by one of the offi cers, and there was a strugm m :c gle that involved her 21-year-old daughter, who fought with police. 0 Adams was stunned by :!! the officer when the two were struggling inside the en home. ::::! z m Fingerprints lead To Arrest 01 Robberv Suspect-r m c: r r z "'0 c: m r POLK COUNTY Polk County Sheriff's. deputies reported that thanks to fin gerprints, they were able to track down a robbery suspect the day after the offense Deputi_es said last Wednesday at 3:15 p. m., a Black male entered the Dollar General Store at 620 Ronald Reagan Parkway in Davenport. He reportedly walked around near the checkout counter, and even tually put a couple of items on the counter when there were no other customers around. While the clerk was ringing up the items, police said the man leaned over and told her he was going to rob her and that he would kill her if she didn't do what she was told. After forcing the clerk to open the register, the. man grabbed the cash and left the MICHAEL LEONARD en :1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :c store. During the robbery, he wore a neon orange safety vest. Technicians were able to get fingerprints from the scene, and identified Michael Leonard, 46, as the suspect. The clerk later positively identified Leonard from a booking photo, and he was arrested at his job o a rob bery charge. UNCLE SANDY Speaking when you're spoken to 4, 9, 12, 14 will give you a better understanding 16, 20, 22, 25 o what was said 29, 30, 34, 39 and what did it mean 41, 44,45,49 CD

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