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Voting Begins Saturday, October 27th SEE P A GE 2-A VOL. 68 NO. 20 FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 2012 52 PAGES 75C longshoreman. Killed On Docks Was Minister SEE PAGE 3-A Activist savs Arrest DNA Gets Man Who Is An Anacll On Assaulted Woman, Her Character 10, caught SEE PAGE 2-A SEE PAGE 23-A THOUSANDS WELCOME PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO CENTENNIAl PARK A crowd estimated to be at 8,500, welcomed President Barack Obama Thursday morning at Ybor City's Centennial Park. Those in attendance were wide awake when the President took to the podium to share information about his record over the past 4 years and urged them to get to the polls and vote. On his way to Centennial Park, President Obama stopped at Krispy Kreme on W. Kennedy Blvd. and Tampa Fire Rescue Station No. 14 on Church St. As usual, after his speech, the President mingled with the crowd, shaking hands and sharing small talk. The President and Air Force One left Tampa shortly after 10 a. m. (Photograph b y Julia Jackson)

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a:: w m 0 .... 0 0 woman Indicted on Activist Disputes Accusation ao counts or Tax Fraud That led To Her Arrest Earlier this week, the U. S. Attorney s Office released a C multi-count indictment per fE taining to fraudulent income w CJ tax returns. The 28-year-old woman accused of the offense was arrested on September 18th by the U.S. Marshal's Office. Ms: Nilda Williams is accused of filing 30 counts of false income tax claims. She was released on bond October 17th. She faces 10 counts of filing false claims, 10 counts of theft of government property, and 10 counts of aggravated identity theft. If convicted of the charges, Ms. Williams must also forfeit any property confis cated or derived from money linked to tax fraud. Ms. Williams will also be required to repay $27,497 she received from the tax fraud cases. NIKIA WILLIAMS .... Arrested on 30-count tax fraud indictment According to the indictment, Ms. Williams allegedly filed the false income tax forms beginning January 29, 2011 through March 11, 2011. She alleged ly used the names and social security numbers of several individuals without their knowledge or permission. Early Voting For General Election _, ..._._._ .. Only 1 W-k In Florida General Election -Nov. 6 Restored confidence and integrity in the elections office. Strong and ethical leadership. r nnely and accurate reporting rl results. Protecting voter rights and proWling voter education. Responsible and conservative stewardship rl taxpa)'et'S' funds. ------BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, October 16th, Tampa Police officers arrest ed Tampa Activist Michelle Williams. Ms. Williams was charged with grand theft. According to the police report, David Lee stated that he purchased a home for $30,000 cash using a quitclaim from Michelle Williams on May 20, 2011. He stated that the condition of the sale was that there were no liens or claims against the property. Lee further stated, "Michelle acquired the property from Howard Weems also via quitclaim deed. Yet, in talking to Howard Weems, he stated Michelle was assisting him with his foreclosure. I thought Michelle was the owner of the house 909 E Chelsea St., Tampa. I tried to contact Michelle, but she is avoiding me. I now know Michelle sold me a house that she never owned." Lee filed the police report in person at Uniform District Three of the Tampa Police Department on June 24, 2011. The case was forwarded to the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office in August 2011. A warrant was issued for Ms. Williams' arrest and she was taken into custody on October 16, 2012. She was released on bond the follow ing day. When contacted by the MS. MICHELLE WILLIAMS ... Charged with Grand Theft Sentinel, Ms. Williams issued the following written statement, "Thank you for this opportunity to tell my side of the story. I was arrested on warrant on Oct. 16, 2012 stopped with an alleged tag light traffic stop. I complied with the officer, he ran my driver's license and said Ms. Williams there appears to be a warrant for your arrest, at first I chuck led and said you must have the wrong Michelle Williams. "Several minutes went by, he called dispatch and I veri fied my last four of my social and it was indeed a warrant forme. "He placed me in the back of the car (door remained open) and he allowed me to make several calls. These charges being lodged against me are false and you'd better believe the RAMS are in the bushes for my defense. Mr. Lee is lying when he states I avoided him, I have a paper trail that would wrap around your building with this man. "What is happening to m e is personal and a direct mod ern da y lynching because of my comments made back in April of this year. My charac ter is under attack and the media with personal attacks of pay back to dehumanize me for standing up and standing for something because I got sick and tired of falling for everything I was arrested in little old Tampa, Florida, but yet it made news around the world. My arrest has placed me in the minds of the way whites looked at the hung victims from the oak trees. I have nothing further to say about this matter and anyone wishing to be a spectator can come to the court Arraignment Hearing Nov. 7, 2012 at 9 a. m. in Judge Ashley Moody's Court. "It will be hard for Mr. Lee to dispute emails com ing from his computer which he'd sent to me and on last week. He contacted a dear friend of mine who is an attorney with arrogance, which we have also. I will keep the Sentinel abreast to the case, since it has sparked an interest with your paper. "As an Activist in this community I would never do anything to bring disgrace or shame in any manner to harm anyone. My passion is for my people regardless of how they may whisper hatred behind me the order of the day is forward and the work will be done." (REIERIAl!$.ERVICEI News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Splnallnjurtes. Neck Pain Back Pa .in Hlp Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Soeclallzlng In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... For Loss Wages And Medical Care (PIP lnaurance Don't be victimized twice for an waan't your Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toii.Free 1-aa&-352-4200 Go To You Tube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week

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Features c longshoreDJan, Ta11pa Minister Killed In Accident On The Docks President Addresses Huge Crowd At Centennial Park 0 0 As part of his six states in two days campaign, President Barack Obama addressed a huge crowd Thursday morning at Ybor City's Centennial Park. m to work w ith me, we ll win m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A longshoreman who is al s o a Tampa minist e r was killed and another man injured in an industrial accident Tuesda y afternoon The acci dent took place aboard a ship docked in the Port of Tampa. According to the Tampa Fire Rescue the call for help was received at 3:56 p .m., Tuesday Fire crews responded to 2150 Guy N Verger, after being notifi e d that men were trappe d in one of t h e hatches on a s h ip. Some emplo yees were able to get out of the hatch aft e r a strap broke and th e pipes f ell. However Elder Hercules Gilmore, 56, and Andre Futrell, so, were trapped Futrell suffered an injured leK and underwent surgery He is listed i n fair condition at a local hospital. He has been a longshoreman with ILA 1402 since the early 2000s. When contacted b y the Sentinel, Futrell declined comment, stating that he was reflecting on the loss of Elder Gilmore. A resident of St Petersburg ELDER HERCULES GILMORE ... Pastor of Divine Worship House of God was killed in the accident Elder Gilmore died at the scene According to the web site of Divine Worship House of God, Inc., Elder Gilmore was a member of House of God an affiliate of the House of God International. However, the church underwent a separation. The remaining members reorga nized and changed its name to Divine Worship in April 2009. In July 2009, Elder Gilmore was appointed pastor of the church. Under his leadership, the church became incorporated as Divine Worship House of God Inc. James Harrell, Presid e nt of the (ILA) International Longshoreman s Association, Local 1402 said, the men had just started their shift at 3 p.m The accident happened less than an hour later. "This is very dangerous work. The guys load and unload these ships and the hatches are 6o feet deep o r more. The District and OSHA are investigating the acciden t he s aid. Harrell said Robert Dixon was killed in an acci dent at the Port of Manatee in May Larry Coleman, Vice President of the ILA said, "One o f the n ylon straps broke causing the steel pipes to fall Some of them fell on the dock, some fell on the ship and some fell in the hole where the men were working. From that point, we really don t know what transpired. Coleman said both men are union members in good standing. Funeral services for Elder Gilmore were incomplete as of press time Before arriving at the park, the President stopped by a Krispy Kreme Donut Shop where he greeted people and bought donuts for area fire men. Pres.Obama asked the crowd to compare his plan to the plan of his opponent Mitt .Romney. "This is the same plan that' s on th e w e bsite. Look at them and see what's best for you. I want to build on progress I wan t the thing s we use and need made here, not in China. I believe more jobs have been created and the economy is rebounding. Pres. Obama said he believes no one who has fought for this country should have to fight for a job when the y come home. "I lVSO believe it's up to the young to choose the future of this country. I believe you can stand up for the basic princi ple that we're all created equal. "If I'm reelected I promise you will always have a president who hears your voices and makes the future brighter for everyone. If rou' re willing Hillsborough County and the :::0 State of Florida and together we can finish what we started in2oo8." Pres. Obama said he promises to cut taxes, pass health care reform, preserve medicare, and to continue to move forward on i ssue afte r issue. "Florida, we ve come too far to turn back now. When you look at my plan and Governor Romney's plan you will see my plan has details on how we can mov e this country forward. It has a plan on how we can keep jobs here instead of sending them overseas I want to make it a national mission to educate our youth and train our people. I want to keep tuition low ad cut out spending we don t need. I will never turn medicare into a voucher, and I don' t think politicians in this country, 0 most of them males, should be making health care decisions for women. I think they en should make their own deci -m sions." Pres. Obama said you can choose the. top down policies that got us in this mess, or you can choose for change. "In America, you have to be able to make it if you try." z :::! z m r m c:: r r z ., c m r u; BARACK OBAMA IS NOT JUST A % m c PRESIDENT FOR SOME OF US. HE'S FIGHTING FOR ALL OF US. I promised to be a President who would build a bettertbture; who would move this nation forward; who woW.d ensure that this generation-your ceneiation -had the same chances and the same opportunitiet that our parents gave us. That's what rmbere 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. 1 PAID FOR BY OBAMA FOR AMERICA m < m -t c:: m en c )> z c :!! c C) m w I )>

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/' FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ........ (USPS 202-140) 2207 2 1st Ave nue. T ampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of Nationa l News p a p e r Publis h e r s Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Pos tage Pai d A t Tampa, F L C Blythe Andrews 1801-1977 (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER 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 Subecrlptlona-$44.Cl0-e Monthe Both Edltlone: $87.oo-P..Y-r lloth Edltlone. Opinion exp,...ed on edltorlel ol tha. by Columm.t. or Oueet w-rtt.rw, do not refle,et the edltoeiiM .utnce ol 'T'be s.ntkwl BuMe
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c > Pan 10 Win Sentinel Picks For The 2012 Election j BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer An Analysis The jousting between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney is over as far as face-to-face confrontations are concerned. Now it's time for the right fight to begin. The biggest fight for African Americans will be encouraging them to vote. This year's turnout must be bigger than the one in 2008, because the stakes are much higher. Now, let's talk about the de bates. In the give and take between the two gentlemen, there was one glaring point that was revealed. Romney's arrogance has con tinued to be the theme of his cam paign. If you've watched all three debates, you will have noticed a pattern. The pattern is Romney's clear cut plan to give the country to the 1%ers at the expense of the middle class Never before has an.individual been so clueless and out of touch with the needs and concerns of the working class. He doesn t even recognize there is a middle class, because he s never had a connec tion with them. Romney's vision for America involves posturing, and making sure his deep pocket supporters continue to reap rewards at the expense of the people who strug gle just to keep roofs over their heads There is no pretense with Romney when it comes to the economy, because he refuses to accept the fact that the staggering economy is th e fault of a GOP con trolled Congress, not to mention states with Republican governors. I think it would be in the best interest of the GOP to start grooming their candidate for 2016, because if the American people believe in the truth, President Obama should win an other term easily. It should also be pointed out that this race for the White House has been drawn along racial lines. Many political analysts continue to point out Romney has a huge lead among white male voters. In the State of Florida, Governor Rick Scott successfully pur chased his candidacy Romney seems to think he can buy the presidency too. We can'tjust sit back and allow this country to fall into the hands of a man with no plan and no con cern for the American people. We need a man who is honest speaks from facts, and tells the American people the truth, not some re shaped lie to convince them he's on their side. Remember Romney will say and do anything to get his point across. He doesn't care that you know he's lying because his arro gance tells him he will win in spite of it. Let's be a part of the machine that keeps President Obama around for another four years. Let's prove tlle presidency cannot be bought, and neither can the American people. President and Vice President Barack Obama JoeBiden Congressional U.S. Senator Bill Nelson U.S. Representative District 12 Jonathan Snow U.S. Representative District u Kathy Castor U.S. Representative District 17 William Bronson STATE RACES State Senator District 24 Elizabeth Belcher District 57 Bruce Barnett District 58 Jose Vazquez District 59 Gail Gottieb District 62 Janet Cruz District 63 Mark Danish Sheriff David Gee Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez Supervisor Of Elections Craig Latimer County Commission District 4 AI Higginbotham Vote YES 1 OJ h1m To Retain ALL t e1 :::rJ Justices of thei Supreme Court and 'N District Court of Ap-1 g N peal Judges School Board Carol Kurdell Mayor Temple Terrace Joe Chillura Amendments Amendment 1 NO Amendment 2 YES Amendment 3 NO Amendment 4 NO Amendment 5 NO Amendment 6 NO Amendment 8 NO Amendment 9 YES Amendment 10 YES Amendment 11 YES ., Amendment 12 YES 1 o l:::rJ County 6 County Commission Amendments : Dis::t 6 1::::::::! 1 State Representative Recommendation Amendment 3 NO : I I r I I OJ ROOM will nO longer substitute r z 'tJ c: OJ r iii :::1: m c m < m 3! -4 c: m C/) c )> z c ., :!! c C) m (11 I )>

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rna News a: w ID Whv You Should Stop Obsessing Over The Polls Texas Church Sign: For The Mormon Not The Muslim! 0 With fewer than three 0 weeks left, election-obsessed Americans in both parties c have turned into 24/7 poll a: watchers, reading every num u.. her for some sign that the election has turned decidedly for Mitt Romney or President Obama. I urge you to stop reading every poll. Here's the reality: barring some major incident (a terrorist attack, news one of the candidates has engaged in an extramarital affair) the race will remain close and within the margin of error in most polls. Pres. Obama's big postDNC convention lead was sur prising and probably always going to disappear at some point as Republican-leaning independents came back home to Romney Two of the last three American elections (2ooo and 2004) were effec tively ties, and this election appears headed to a similarly close result. Will Smith And Jada Pinken Smith To Host First ladv Michelle Obama Fundraiser As the presidential elec tion heats up, political opinions are turning up in odd places. For example in Southwest Texas a local church' s sign reads: "Vote for the Mormon not the Muslim! The capital ist, not the communist!" c ff Host Will Smith (L) and C First Lady Michelle Obama z onstage at Nickelodeon's 25th C:C Annual Kids' Choice Awards. > Will Smith and Jada tn Pinkett Smith's Malibu mansion was the venue for tFirst Lady Michelle > Obama's fundraiser ffi Thursday. > w c w :I: tn :J ID ;:) 0.. The superstar couple, along with other Hollywood celebri ties like Salma Hayek and Lady Gaga's manager Troy Carter, will be hosting the $2,500-a-person lunch fundraiser, and for $40,000, attendees can also get their pictures taken with the first lady, and partake in an exclu sive meet and greet. Will Smith, an avid sup porter of President Barack Obama, has said in the past that he had no qualms with the president's tax plans that calls for higher taxes on the country's top earners. The Church of the Valley, located in Leakey, Texas is making it clear they are supporters of Mitt Romney's candidacy. Gawker reports the church is technically a non-profit organization, which means they cannot endorse a political candidate. A rule they appear to blatantly breaking with such a politically charged message. The controversial sign was the idea of the church's pas tor, Ray Miller. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) ID ...J w z i= z w tn j8netCRUZ c:c c a: 0 ...J u.. <( I
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Local Fifth Third Bank Panicipates In Fundraiser For Veterans Fifth Third Bank recently kicked off a campaign to benefit veterans. The cam paign coincides with Veteran s Day on November 11th. Through scholarships and other financial assistan ce, the Folds of Honor Foundation provides assistances to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to the country. Fifth Third Bank branches will collect donat i ons to ben efit the Folds of Honor Foundation. The bank will match donations raised up to $5,000 cumulatively Brian Lamb, Pres i dent of Fifth Thir d Bank, Tampa Bay said "We are proud to invite the public to join us in demonstrating our gratitude to those who serve in the military and their families. "According to Folds o f Honor, more than 87% of military families don t quali fy for federal scholarship ass i stance. We know troops BRIAN LAMB President of Fifth Third Bank, Tampa Bay and their families make sac rifices every day protecting our freedom and are most certainly deserving of finan cial support, he said. The fundraising effort will continue until November 16. Anyone who wishes to con tribute can make donations payable to Folds of Honor. All Fifth Third Banks in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Pasco Counties will accept donations in cash or b y check. Specializing In The Followng Areas: Bankru p tcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child S upport P r obate & Wills Guardi a nsh i p Per sona l Inj ury !m i g r at ion REASONAB LE RATE S & P AYM E NT PLAN -IMYAIUw 109 N Armenia Avenue Tampa, F L 331109 (813) 264-8717 BARBARA 1. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry. Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 n... hiring or a Ja,..yor is an ilnpMant doc:isioa tbM sboWd noc be bosc:d to1c1y gpon advcrtisemcna. Bef ore yoo decide. ask us to oeod fn>e -..'lit1e11 inf..-ion aboot our lificotioru and cxpericooc Father Who Need Transplant Has Simple Wish 0 0 a OJ m :::D BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, Johnny Murphy developed health issues because his blood pressure became uncontrol lable. After visiting a special ist, Murphy learned that he was suffering from renal dis ease. Murphy, 54, was living in San Jose, California at the time of the diagnosis. I mo ved back to Tampa in 2010 because of the illness. When I arrived, I was in a wheelchair and couldn' t walk. I got off the plane and started to pray and now I can walk again, but I am unable to work. For the past five years, Murphy has received dialy sis treatments three times a week with each treatment lasting 3 5 hours Murphy takes his ailment in str ide He only has one wish. I have a son, Shannon, and granddaugh ter, Miah, who is 7. My sim ple wish i s to be a loving and supportive father and grand father --they are m y r e ason for living. "My doctors ha v e told me that my only real shot at a l ong and healthy life is to receive a k i dney transplant as soon as possible. I am medically cleared but not financiall y cleared. A nativ e of Madison, Johnny Murphy, on the right in this photo, is shown with his son, Shannon, and his granddaughter, Miah. Flor i da Murphy moved to Tampa as a child. He attended Eisenhower Middle School and graduated from East Bay High School in 1975. He moved to California where he served as a chef for 15 years and was working for a litigation sales company when he became ill. He wants to end the cycle of the ailment that plagues h i s family His mother, grandmothe r, and brother all died of kidney disease "I am determined to break this cycle with a kidney transplant but I need your hel p Currently I am com pleting my medical evaluation at Tampa General Hospita l. However, due to the extraordinary expense of transplantation, as well as my inability to work funding this life-saving operation i s a monumental task," he said. Murphy stated that he re c e i ves Medicare but man y of hi s medica l needs are not co vered and he must pay fl.) them out of pocket. He also said that once he rece i ves fl.) the transplant, he will be required to take immunosuppressant medications for the remainder of his life. The cost for medication ranges between $20,000 and $40,000. He must have $s,ooo before the doctors can place him on an active transplant list Anyone wishing to make a donation can send it to: NTAF Southeast Kidney Transplant Fund; In Honor of Johnny Murphy; NTAF, 150 N. Radnor Chester Road, Suite, F-120, Radnor, PA, 19087. Re8ir1b MIISIGnary 8aplld Clluroll 1924 E. ColniACileAte. Tpa, FL 33610 CONTACT JOCB.YIIIPURECOTTON 813-597-5326 "'D c: OJ r en :t m c m < m :::D < -t c: m C/) c )lo z c :!! c Our firm is rated AV" by Marlindale-HubbeR, the highest rating kx legal ability and ethical standard worldwide.

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Local CD N a: w m 0 Gospel Plav was An Inspiration From God t:) Arthur McKay Production 0 is presenting the gospel play, > "Oh MY GOD I CAN'T 0: The production will be LL staged this weekend, Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27, 2012 at The Word of Grace and Truth Ministries, 3001 E. Hanna Ave. (at 30th St.). Thomas L. Dozier is the pastor. The play was written by Ms. Shavon Graham, who is employed with Verizon Wireless. This is her first stage production, although she has been writ ing for a long time. "This play was written by my hand, but inspired by God. I was praying, asking God to give me an idea to bless His house and He took me to the book of Mark, Chapter 4, where He talks about the four soils: the way side, stony ground, thorns and good ground. "He showed me four broth ers living the life of the four soils. He gave names and personalities to these four men and He breathes life into these characters. "I began to write and laugh. I knew God had a sense of humor but, wow!. ... I read it over and over again. Lord knows I have read this parable many of times before, but this time it was different, He bought it to life forme. "The four soils represent four different ways people respond to God's word. Usually, we think that Jesus was talking about four dif ferent kinds of people. But He may also have been talk ing about different times or SHAVON GRAHAM And ARTHUR MCKAY phases in a person 's life or how we willingly receive God 's message in some areas of our lives and resist in oth ers. "For example, you may be open to God about your future, but closed concern ing how you spend money. You respond like good soil to God's demands for worship, but like rocky soil to his demand to give to those in need. We must strive to be BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK 1s cJJwlltiHg 46 YBilTS Pastoral Leadership AT ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Ave. Tampa, FL 813-248-3737 (comer of 34th St and 25th Ave.) Theme: '"Bishop Newkirk's Unwavering Faith in the Faithfulness of God" Hebrews 11:1-3, 6 Ticket Locations Market 3402 E. Osborne Ethel Pittman 248-9627 David Bell as the good soil in every area of our lives at all times." Ms. Graham, the single parent of a college student and a high school student; is a minister at her church, Word of Grace And Truth Ministries. She is also active is several ministries at the church. Arthur McKay Production has worked with several church groups to produce and perform gospel plays throughout the community. "I had second thoughts about directing a play written by another playwright until I read the script," McKay stated. "The script captured my attention with the vibrant heart and emotion of the characters. Shavon did an excellent job of fashioning and developing each character depth of emotions, strength and con viction." The cast of performers includes: Chianti Starks, Elder Jerald Dixon, Brenda Buster, Reggie Williams, Lawrence Raines, Kalen Raines, Paula Jordan, Ebony Willi.ams, Jaygina Robins, Francina Dozier, Kenny James, Rashad Jackson, James Walker, Sandra Washington, Imani Brown and Trevor "God Speed" Thomas. Tickets are $10 and $15. For more information, please contact Ms. Shavon Graham, 813-384-9151 or Arthur McKay at 813-7487299. (See advertisement in this issue) East Tampa Groups Panner With Citv For Fall Festival The East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, along with the Oak Park/Florence Beasley Neighborhood Associations, have collaborated with the City of Tampa for a Fall Festival to be held October 27th from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m. at the Oak Park Community Center, 5300 15th Avenue. There will be live entertainment, free food, prizes give away, and everyone who comes will be given a ticket for the opportunity to get a free bicycle in a raffle. All communities are welcome to be a part of this event. ASAll Celebrates BlackSton The Tampa Bay Branch of ASALH celebrates the Black Story with jazzt9rian Rose Bilal, jazz vocalist and entertainer. Ms. Bilal will bring the story of jazz to life on Saturday, October 27, 2012 2 -4 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library1 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Space is limited, there will be light refreshments. Ms. Bilal's performance will follow ASALH's regularly scheduled meeting. MAftd :TelrnDIIe A. M. E. Zion Church N. 26th Street Tampa, Fl33605 PRESENTS We cordially invite you to come celebrate and welcome our New Rev. Bessie L. Mohead Saturday, October 27, 2012 11:00AM A reception will follow information call Rev. Valerie Polnitz 813-833-6567

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Local :B Restaurant Ofters Old Gospel Star Comes To Tampa To Perlorm In Stage Plav Fashion Home Cooked Meals BY LEON B. cREws changed." o Sentinel Staff Writer Ms. Murdock has been d If you've been searching for a real soul food restaurant that r eminds you of what your grandmother used to cook, Frank Els is your place. Frank Els Restaurant was on Busch Boulevard for 12 years, and enjoyed great suc cess. However when the wife of owner Frank Braas, died, he shut the restaurant down for a couple of years. Frank Els is now located at 1441 Fletcher Avenue and the menu hasn't lost any of its ap peal. Mr. Braas said his cooking started while he was living in the Netherlands. I attended culinary school there, but didn't finish. I left and moved to the Bronx, New York, then came to Tampa. "If there's one thing I can tell you about the restaurant business, it would be that it s a hard way to earn a living. But, if you love it and are dedi cated, you will make it work." Mr. Braas said he does 90% of the cooking at the restaurant, but does employ a staff of 6 people, 2 of which as sist him in the kitchen I specialize in soul food, but I also serve some Caribbean dishes. I consider this a family restaurant, and my fiancee and daughter help me out a lot. I've also gotten a lot of help and advice from Andrew Steadman, who owns Jerk Hut. Mr. Braas says he thinks it's the buffet that draws the biggest crowd, but you can also order from a full menu. There are items you will find on the menu and not on the buffet, but it's all home cooking. On Fridays, I have a big fish fry." The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday St. Luke A.M.E. Church 2709 North 25th Street Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: 813.248.6753 Fax: 813.247.2248 EmaU: stlukeameOverilon.net PLEASE JOIN US FOR A '"" :< I > !V !'? !V" !P !!P if:? =-!57 !Y ,. !!!? !P Pastor's Appreciation, Welcome Back & 30 YEARS IN THE MINisTRY REVEREND RONALD WILLIAMS, SR. Friday, October 26, 2012 7:00 P.M. St. Luke A.M.E. Church CELEBRATING AND APPRECIATING PASTOR CHARLES DAVIS AND MOTHER DELORIS DAVIS THEME: u THE MAN OF GOD SEEKS ... GOD SPEAKS ISAIAH 65:24, JEREMIAH 33:3 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28,2012 11:00 AM WORSHIP SERVICE ELDER HARRY SCOTT, PASTOR 24TH AVENUE CHURCH MESSENGER DEACON WILLIAM B. MCCULLOUGH, SR. CHAIRMAN On November 41 h as part of the cast of the Gospel stage play, Holding On To What You Never Had ," Gospel super star, Shirley Murdock will be coming to Tampa Ms. Murdock began her gospel music career in her na tive Toledo, Ohio. Believe it or not, the later singer/musician, Roger Troutman, used her as a backup singer for Zapp, partiCularly on his single, "Computer Love." Later, Troutman began recording tracks with Ms. Murdock and the lead singer of the Ohio Players, Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner. Throughout her career, Ms. Murdock has written and nominated for Stellar and Dove I:D m Awards for her work, and is ::0 still hot on the Gospel and R&B N circuit, as well as being in hot $1) N demand to do more stage pro-o TOO SMOOTH ductions. recorded both Gospel and sec ular music. She also collabo rated with the late Teena Marie on a couple of songs, and has performed with Johnny Gill, Robin Givens, and Jermaine Crawford. Ms. Murdock sharpened her acting skills more than 10 years ago in a gospel stage play by Michael Matthews, "Fake Friends." She 's also worked with Tyler Perry in his stage play "I Know I've Been Local promoter, Too Smooth, is responsible for getting Ms. Murdock in volved in this stage production along with a star-studded cast, and said when he contacted her, she was more than happy to be a part of the Carlos Davis play "All of the actors in this pro duction were very gracious to me when I asked them to be a part of this production. I owe them and Carlos Davis a debt of gratitude for helping to make this poss i ble. Sunday, October 28, 2012, 11 :00 A.M. Elder B. F. Strange Hope of ShUoh Community Church Sunday, October 28, 2012 3:30 P.M. Holy Christian Church Bishop Lewis Sherman & Congregation St. Petersburg, FL Sunday, October 21, 2012 :00 A.M. Minister Clarence Gunter Heritage Christian Community Church Sunday, October 21, 2012 3:30P.M. Pastor Arthur L. Green, Jr. House of Restoration Church of God & Congregation Sunday, October 14, 2012 A .M. Elder Cornelius Moore "'T1 I 0 :::D C/) m z z m I I:D c: r-1 !!l z c: I:D I iii :::J: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c )> z c "'T1 ::0 c Theme: "The Battle Is Not Yours" Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for the battle Ia not youra, but God's. Hope of ShUoh Community Church Sunday, October 14,2012 3:30P.M. Pastor Timothy Kemp & Congregation Peace Progressive P. B. Church II Chronicles 20:15 (b); I Sarnuel17 :47

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CD N a: w m 0 west Tampa Groups To Host Voter Rallv t) On Saturday, October 0 27th, community members and local leaders in West Tampa will be rallying with Q: Florida New Majority to iL kick off early voting and head to the polls together Everyone will march together to vote early for leaders who stand with hard-working Florida fami lies in support of good jobs quality healthcare, public education and a fair economy. Please don't forget to bring a signed photo identification to vote The rally will be held at Join Us! 10:30 a. m. at the Voice of Freedom Park, 2101 West Main Street. The organizers ip West Tampa want everyone to know that this rally is important to the Carver City /Lincoln Gardens com munity, and they want to invite residents in those areas to join them. "Th is rally is important in our effort to make sure peo ple are untied all over, especially in the African American community," said Mable Allen. "There are rallies going on all over the city, and it's For a Dynamic Night of Worship through Music!!! You won't want to miD itll! Tickets: Dinner Buffet lndudecl Aduhs & Up $10 Children 5-12 Years Old $5 Age O-S Free!!! PASTOR DWAYNE k. GADDIS, Contact Church Office at 813-622-7171 or 813-767-3568 for ; more information ney ChapefUnHed Methodist C n35 Destin Dr., Tampa, FL 33619 Telephone (813) 626-8905 Please Join Us As We Celebrate Our Theme: We've COme 1his fCI" By faith Salpturet James2:14-26 FCJIIh W1fhouf Worfc Is D
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Local c Citv Councilman wants Answers On 2003 Agreement For Use Of Riverfront Park 0 0 a aJ m :::D N en BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Mayor Bob Buckhorn announced h i s plans for the Julian B Lane Riverfront Park, the surround i ng community didn t like what they heard, and thought his plans were too bold, and did not take into account the impact it would have on the West Tampa, Hyde Park, and West Riverfront communities. When the question was raised about the park being an extension of the University of Tampa and Tampa Preparatory School, City of Tampa Parks and Rec r eation Director Greg Bayor, first said the city did have an agreement for use of the par k b y both sc hools. He later rescinded that statement, and said the only agreement the city has was for Tampa Preparatory to have use of the parking lot City Councilman Frank Reddick began to look for the agreement the city has with the schools, and dis. covered someth i ng that was shocking to him and something he knew nothing about. According to documents during the administration of Mayor Pam Iorio, the Steward' s Foundation, a non-profit corporation, is leasing areas of the Riverfront Park at a cost of $1.00 a year for 25 years. The resolution says the Steward's Foundation made an agreement for the construction of a boat house and water sports facilit y and for use of those facilities b y area y outh, community groups, rowing clubs, and the general public This agreement has result ed in the community pool at Tampa Marriott vu .. .... 1001 N Westshore B lvd Thl,mP" Pursuing Excellence Through Education ....... ..... NEW MEMBERSHIP ORIENTAnON INVITA11011 -. TIE IRIIIIIEWE lleliiERTIUI IIIIIWEEI RIIT PIITY 1m10 2112 l:lt N Tllllnllllll ..... l!llnlll ....... ii111211J 0 I ,.. .... ... .. -........ lrwlll. Llblltllla ......... ...., .. ... P.O.Bo 11338 ......... _................ I I Tampa,R.33810 1111.-.-..... allnlall:llalM......,.. ... President, E..._ Adami, Jr. illclllllls ............. all """""' CIAhs 813-230-3312 ft'allllaii ..... Membersllip Chainnln WI ... ,._ ID jolll .uc II ,._ .. illlnltld In e Orlando &udel e .......... In Clll!llillllt --1lllt ....... 813..a42-o157 llospiCII visits, llllpiog 1111111' c:llalttlllllt Gl'plliDIIanllllllllilg .... iii ... ........,Gf ..... 'IWnliPI.., '""' .t agreement, and has a ton of questions on how this was done. The City Council members at the time the agreement N COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK When I brought this issue up during the Council meet ing on October 18th all of m y colleagues were shocked with the exception of Charlie Miranda. When I brought it up to the surrounding neighborhood associations, they knew nothing about it. was signed were Charlie Miranda, Gwen Miller, Linda Saul-Sena, Shawn Harrison, Mary Alvarez, Kevin White, and Rose Ferlita. According to CouncilChair Miranda, a public hearing was held March 20, 2003 and continued until April 3rd. The public hear ing was closed April 17th, and former Councilwoman Mary Alvarez made a motion that the agreement shocked by agreement city made for use of Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. the park being closed in 2010 and turned into a grassy field, as well as a large s tructure that contains boats se v eral outdoor lock ers that contain equipment a conversion of the pool house into a building exclu sively being used by Tampa Preparatory and the University of Tampa, and a fully functional dock area. Councilman Reddick sai d he has asked the Mayor's Chief of Staff, Santiago Corrada, to come before the Council on November 1St and explain how this agreement was made be approved. Her motion was seconded by former Councilman, Kevin ;:!! White. 0 Election Councilman Reddick said he was shocked and angry when he read the General Election -Nov. 6 ...... ........................................... ...... ... .... ....................... ........................................ The 2012 Annual Banquet THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1sT 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 LegacyTM Tickets $65 Table of 8 $750 F o r I? c 9 is t r u l i o n [:-B a IHf u c 1 [) c t u i /.., C <1 II o 1 \ i ."> it: (813) 247-3285 I wvvw.ABEBROWN.oRG dlb cM!l=lgt:t ...... a :!! c ,.. (/) m z ::::! z m r-m c: r r m ::::! z ,..

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oruanizauons Panner To oner MembershiP Cards a: w m (J 0 9 On Saturday, Octo b er 27th, hers o f the community can join the ETBCA. Thos e who joi n will b e provided with an officia l me mbership car d that will includ e a p hotograph. The ca r d s e rves a s a valid fE members of the East T ampa Business and Civic Association (ETBCA) and the Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Star t Program will host a member ship drive at R owle t t I;ark. The event w ill take place between 10 a .m a nd 2 p .m. c ;% u. c z c( c CJ) During the H ealth Fair and F a mil y Reunion ev ent, mem form of i d e ntifica ti on Any on e wishing to obtain more information can contact Ms. Dianne Hart at (8 1 3) 248 3977 or (813) 7480952. WE NEED FOSTER PARENTS NOWI 1 WE NEED YOUI WHEN YOU THINK OF FOSTERING THINK FAMILY ENRICHMENT CENTER! SATURDAY CLASSES BEGIN ON. NOVEMBER 10TH EVENING CLASSES BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 6TH CALL (813) 237-2530 X28 FOR DETAILS w GIVE A CHILD THE SAFE HOME THEY NEED ;::) t-TODAYI w > w c w :I: MINTOII CUOUP INC. tu FYI Middleton Class 011965 To Meet T he M i ddleton High Schoo l class of 1965 will hold a busi ness meeting a n d l u ncheon Satur day, O cto ber 27th, a t Long horn S teak H o use 2110 E. Fowler Aven ue. The meet ing will begin at 1 p.m. Tuskegee Universitv Alumni Meeting Set The Tuskegee University Tampa Bay Alumni Club, will meet on Saturday, October 27th, 12 noon. The meeting will take place at the Johnson Branch Library, 1059 18th Avenue, South, in St. Petersburg. Anyone wishing to obtain more information can contact Wilson Blount, Club President at (352) 437-4 7 03, or by email at Refreshments will be served at the meeting. ..J ..J ;::) m ..J w z t= z w CJ) 15th-Year :Anniversary Cefebratlon c( c ;% 0 ..J u. c( I N ..... 4121 'lforth soth Street 'llzmya, 'FlOrida 33610 ':Tuesday, October 30, 2012 11:30 am 1ym ':Ticket Price: $75 BankofAmerica. nielse11 Tickets availabl e at the door or visit http://computermentors.org/site_manager/newsletters can 813-241-4200 for additional information In .The Spotlight DESIREE Time changes, seasons change, but not .the beauty of our Spotlight feature as we bring to you once again, the lovely Desiree. It's easy to feature such a wonderful young woman who has so much to look forward to, and even more to offer. Desiree will be a force to reckon with, and you can bet you will be seeing more of her as her career progresses. Desiree does have a calmer side and you can see it if you're a part of her inner circle. Desiree wants everyone to know that she never looks down on anyone, and as far as she's concerned, everyone is special. When it comes to the man in her life, Desiree said he must be stable, intelligent, handsome, and ambi tious. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Spotlight feature. LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chllpter 7 ($500 Up) 220 E Madison Ste #1110 Tampa. FL 33602 www. fordlawf1rm.org (813) 223-1200 THE W.I.G.G. CENTER RELAXERS $38.89 & UP SEW-INS ----------$48.88 & UP WASH & SET $14.99 & UP KID STYLES -------$12.88 & UP BlOW OUT ---------$12.89 & UP BRAIDED SffiES -----$24.88 & UP R.

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On Thursday w h en Pres ident Barack Obama spoke at Cen t ennia l P ark, sixteen h i g h school studen t s were in the audience. T he studen t s attended as mem bers of Men of Vision Youth Organiza t ion. Ross Anderson, fou nder an d sp o n so r o f t h e organ i zation, sai d wit h t h e assista nc e o f S t at e Senator Arthenia Joyner, and Stat e Betty Reed he was able to secure enough tickets for the stu dents and two sponsors. Mrs. Chloe Coney, Dis trict Director for U. S. Con gresswoman Kathy Castor, also followed up to ensure that he had r e ceived the tick et s Anderson and Roy Beauford, co-founde r and s ponsor of the Men of Vision Chapter at Lennard High Jerel Cotney had the opportunity to shake the hand of President Barack Obama Thursday. Shown with Ross Anderson, founder of Men ofVISion, Cot ney is 9th grade student at Steinbrenner High School. Men of Vision, Inc. at rally. School, served as chaper ones Anderson said, "This was the first time I have been able to take the boys to a president i al rally. I want to thank everyone who had a role in g e tting the ticket s for us." The young men who a t tended were : high school seniors, Devonte Henry, Michael Nedd, Jorge Rojas,Charles Tkacik, and Chris Webb, all of Steinbrenner High School. A.J. Pursley and Kel ton Hallback, a re b oth seniors attending Lennard High School. Andre Ben jamin is a senior at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Henry, Nedd, Jorge Rojas, Tkacik, and Hall back are 18 yea r s old and el igible to vote. Underclassmen who at tended the rally were : Donte Allen, Edwin Rojas, and Wildens Ca juste, allulh grade students at Steinbrenner High School. Scenes From The Rallv (Photos by: Ann Sullivan, Julia Jackson) Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy it b" as long as you can. Did you know it is recon'mended that for most women. mammography saeeni1g should begin at age 40? As risk factors vary in woman and her doctor should disaJss the plan that's right b" her. Most organizations recommend sa eermg one tO two years. some n!commend it ta1
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.E>Iack College Football CD C'll a: w m BCU Wildcats Unload OnSpanans 0 0 BY TED TAYLOR The Wildcats of Bethune C Cookman University rushed ff: out of the cage on Saturday afternoon in Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach and didn't look back until they had thrashed the Spartans of Norfolk State University 48-3. A home crowd of 6,253 saw B-CU jump out to a 34-0 second quarter lead and coast the rest of the way. Next up for B-CU is a Mid Eastern Athletic Conference tussle with North Carolina Central, Saturday afternoon NICK ADDISON ... Spoto High, grabbed interception in Daytona. The Eagles are co-leaders in the MEAC at 4o, with B-CU. c FAMU Haulers Hopes Buried In Blackout a: LL. c z a: ate theme as the Rattlers saw the season funeralized at the w hands of the South Carolina C State Bulldogs. The 2 7-20 overtime loss dashed any 0 hopes of winning a Mid ::::i Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) championship with D.. the second conference loss. Z With an open d ate this i= weekend, F AMU has plenty of time to wonder what went S wrong in a season that had m high expectations. At 3-5, the ...J w z i= z w 0
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Teen Describes Assault Ndallukonu sub Moon Calls Criticism WiiiNIIBI o IV b-Giant Tavlor Punished For lh 01 Call NeWlon Racial a II Tri-al .----------. m: LAWRENCE TAYLOR NEW YORK A teenager who has accused former New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor of sexual ly assaulting her when she was 16 cried Tuesday as she described her encounter with the NFL Hall of Farner at the start of a civil trial. Taylor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of sexual misconduct and patronizing an underage prostitute for having sex with her in 2010 and is serving six years of pro bation. He leaned forWard in his chair to watch the 19-yearold testify in U.S. District Court. The teen, Cristina Fierro, who has since married, told a Manhattan jury hearing her lawsuit that she didn t know who Taylor was when she found him naked on a bed in a hotel room in Montebello, just north of New York City. She says another man forced her to have sex with Taylor for $300. She said she brought the lawsuit to hold Taylor accountable. With Jones-Drew Out Jaguars Sign RB Toston MAURICE JONFS-DREW JACKSONVILLE, FL With Maurice Jones-Drew out, the Jacksonville Jaguars have signed running back Keith Toston and waived rookie defensive end Ryan Davi.s. Toston will back up ,Rashad Jennings, who will start Sunday's game at Green Bay in place of Jones-Drew. Jones-Drew sprained his left foot in Sunday's loss at Oakland and could miss sev eral games. Toston spent the presea son with the Jaguars before being waived in final cuts. Auto Rentals "FREE UPGRADE PLUS EXTRA 50 MILES" $19.99* A Day *SUbject To Aftllllllllly Wltb Coupon NDAMUKONG SUH Bears coach Lovie Smith had no issues with Ndamukong Suh's hard takedown of Jay Cutler on Monday night. Neither did Cutler himself, nor the league, which said Monday that Suh would not be disci plined for the hit. Chicago receiver Brandon Marshall, on the other hand is upset that Suh chased down a scrambling Cutler on the play in ques tion, grabbed the QB's sleeve, then slammed him to the turf as Cutler tried to spin free. Cutler stayed down for a moment, then later headed to the locker room for what the Bears called a rib injury. Quarterback Cam Newton has come under N fire this season as he and the < Carolina Panthers have struggled. Hall of Farner N Warren Moon says the second-year player is getting too much of the blame and claims there's a troubling racial undertone to the criti cism. There has been plenty of discussion about Cam Newton's slow start this season, but when compared to last season, maybe there shouldn' t be any surprise. Newton had 854 passing yards in his first two career games, but his other passing numbers tell a very similar story. "I think a lot of this is because so many people want to say 'I told you so' about him but couldn't because he was so good last year," Moon sai<;l. "I think people are overreacting. How can he be a bust? He just had one of the greatest years a rookie has ever had, and now he can't play? Come on. WARREN MOON And CAM NEWTON Newton has been a target of particular criticism for the visible frustration he "T1 sometimes shows during 0 games and in his postgame :!! news conferences Panthers receiver Steve Smith even en publicly criticized Newton for sulking on the sidelines :::! during Carolina's lopsided Z loss to the Giants in Week 3. Moon, however, said he a:J is especially concerned := because when Newton's rm demeanor is compared to :::! that of other quarterbacks, Z it' s often to other Black quarterbacks. m r-(j) ::1: m c m < m -t c: m C/) c ,. z c

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Entertainment tD N a: w m 0 0 > a: u.. Jessica Blel, Justin Timberlake Marrv Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel tied the knot at a seaside resort in south ern Italy. The couple released a st(;ltement saying, "It's great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends." The 31-year-old Timber lake and 30-year-old Biel JESSICA BIEL AND JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE got engaged in December after dating for several years. TVIer Perrts ex Cross' Flops At The Box omce 1yier Perry's first foray into the mainstream action genre was a big disap pointment at the box office TYLER last weekend. PERRY Despite heavy promotion C by Perry and Summit, the ff: studio behind the film, Alex c Cross opened in sth place Z with just $11.8 mi llion in its < first weekend. This marks the low est grossing debut of Perry's acting career. This number came in below both of Morgan Freeman's films. Kiss the Girls (1997) opened with $13.2 million and Along Came a Spider (2001) made $16.7 in its debut. According to Box Office guru, Tyler Perry's incarnation "brought out roughly half as many people on opening weekend as Girls did. According to studio re search, 6o% of Alex Cross' audience was female, 68% .was over 35 and 74% was African-American. t> a: w > w c w J: en :J m ::::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Hennessy VS Goose, Ciroc -All Flavors-$25!! Grey Goose, Ciroc Courvasior VS $4999 1.75 Seagram Gin/Vodka $ Remy VSOP/V Flavor Flav To Fight Vegas Domesdc VIolence Case LASVEGASA defense lawyer says Flavor Flav intends to fight criminal domestic battery .... and assault FIA VOR charges and seek FIA V reconciliation with his long time fiancee following an ar gument that led to his arrest last week. Attorney Tony Ab batangelo appeared Mon day before a Las Vegas judge on behalf of the 53-year-old former rapper and reality TV star, whose name is William Jonathan Drayton, Jr. The judge scheduled a hearing for Nov. 20. Drayton is accused of pushing his fiancee to the floor and wielding two knives as he chased and threatened her 17-year-old son during an argument Wednesday at their home. Drayton could face up to six years in prison if con victed of felony assault and six months in jail on a misde meanor domestic battery charge. MON-THURS 1 PM-1 AM FRI-SAT 12PM-2AM SUit 12PM--1 AM am Kinky Hypnotiq Couvasior S2299 ML Re VS 99 New Amsterdam Gin/Vodka Grey Goose 2 of 200 ML Paul M $8.99 750 Ml $18.99 1.75. Christian B $8.99150a $18.99 1.1s a E&J $19.99 1.75 ExclUSive $8.99 750 ML $18.99 1.75 Ml Hennessy 2 of 200 ML Jav-z And Bevoncelose Trademark Fight over Blue lvv's Name The Carters have been defeated. Jay-Z and Beyonce have lost the fight to stop an event planning company" in Boston (and anyone else) from using their daugh ter's name. Veronica Alexandra has been running Blue Ivy Events since 2009, prompt ing the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to send a letter to the power couple, denying their petition. Alexandra, a 32-year-old entrepreneur, chose the name to compliment the company's wedding theme. "I definitely needed to pro tect what it is I've been living on." JAY-Z, BEYONCE And BLUE IVY Jay and Bey sought to trademark their daughter's name after her birth, in Jan uary. Despite the decision there are no hard feelings as Alexandra stated tha:t she" highly respects" them both. Housewives Of Atlanta Premieres Nov. 4 The ladies apparently attended a celebration of Black film culture, and dressed up as their favorite African American actresses. From left we have Kenya (as Foxy Brown), Kandi Burruss (as Tina Turner), Por sha (as Lena Horne), Cynthia (as Diana Ross), NeNe (as Grace Jones), and Phaedra Parks (as Catwoman.) Season 5 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, is by far the best... drama wise with the show's No vember 4 premiere. H'wives Kim Zolciak and new additions Kenya Moore and Porsha Stew art included, laugh like old times, but they also get right back into all the drama we know and love. Among the highlights, Kim and N eN e Leakes have a pleasant encounter for the first time in a long time, someone gets married in Anguilla and Kenya has the hots for Phaedra Parks's husband, Apollo. Kandi shows off her new man, a H'wives crew man, on their trip. Kim is pregnant again and gets kicked out of her rented house. And NeNe's ex, Gregg is back in the pic ture. Trip includes roundtrip bus transportation, $30 in free play and a $5 food voucher. The buses will deport from Tampo at 8:00 a.m. Nathan 8. Young Middle Magnet School, .. and will return at 7:30 p.m

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Entertainment jl -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 0 DiddV Involved In Serious Auto Accident BEVERLY HILLS CA Sean "Diddy" Comb s was a passenger in an SUV that was hit by another car i n front of -the Bev e r ly Combs was rid ing in a Cadillac Escalade on Sunset Blvd when a Lexus sedan turned left i n front of it, and the vehicles col lided. Hoshi n o Hills Hotel, but the hip-hop and f ashion mogul DIDDY says complained of was not taken to a ho s pital. Beverl y Hills polic e Lt. Lincoln Hoshino said pain, but said he would seek his own medical attention. No one was hospitalized. Bobbv Brown Arrested LOS ANGELES Van Nuys jail but -Bobby Brown, was l ater released. 43, has been arThe 43-year-old rested on suspic ion pleaded no contest of drunken driving te DUI earlier this for the second time year following a this year. March arrest in Los A Los Angeles BOBBY BROWN Angeles Under a poli c e spok e swoman says plea agreement Brown the singer s car wa s s topped checked himself into a rebaaround 1 a.m. Wednesday bilitation center in August Police say he was booked Brown's first album in 14 o n suspicion of driving years came out this past under the influence at the summer. til wavne Sinus 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game' In San Francisco Lil Wayne sang "Take Me Out to the Ball during League NLCS having fun in a YouTube video and followed up his per formance with a: tweet in which he referenced the opGame" Major Baseball Game6. He took to the LIL W AYNE portunity has a life highlight. field during the 7th inning stretch at AT&T Park in San Francisco as the Giants took on the St. Louis Cardinals. W ayne appeared to be The Giants took home the win, forcing a Game 7. The winner of Game 7 will face the Detroit Tigers in the World Series. Former H'wlves Star, Sherre Whitfield Wins Child Suppon It's a good day for former star of The Real House wives of Atlanta, Sheree Whitfield! SHEREE The former re-WHITFIELD ality star has been embroiled in a bitter battle with her ex husband, B o b Whitfiel d over child support payments for the couple s 2 kids, now a judge has forced the former football player to pay up! Bob missed 38 monthly payments of $2,142, totalling more than $81,000. As a re sult a judge is now saying he must pay Sheree $7 5 ,000 b y Nov. 11, or else he will face consequences in court. Bob had previously said that he coul dn t afford t he $2,142 monthly payments and asked the court to reduce the payments to $1,000 a month, but we can t believe that the man who signed a deal with the Atlanta Falcons in 2000 worth $30M can t afford to support his kids. After he forks over the $75k, Bob will also be forced to pay his ex $1,ooojmonth for a year, and after that he will pa y $2,142/month. b-Emplovee Sought In Fatal Shooting At Crello Dollar Church }< 0 0 d COlLEGE PARK, GA Police say the man suspected in a fatal shooting at a Georgia megachurch was a forternational before a 10 ::D a.m. service opened fire, then left. mer church employee. Authorities were searching Wednesday for Floyd Palmer, 52, and considered armed and dangerous. The name of the vicN tim was not immediately g released. Police said the N church s founder and FWYD leader, the Rev. Cretlo PALMER Dollar, 50, was not inhim jured. Fulton County Police Cpl. Kay Lester says he calmly walked into the chapel of World Changers Church In-Dollar is one of the most prominent African American preachers around Atlanta, with a ministry of satellite churches across the U.S. Vivica A Fox Slams Stacev Dash' s Endorsement 01 Min Romnev Vivica A Fox is swimsuit with the back on TV with boobs and the whole two new shows, flag behind her," Fox Lifetime s hiddensaid. And she doesn't camera reality se have a job or some., ries, Prank My thing to promote right rMom and the syndinow. I just didn't get cated scripted comit. She s entitled to her 52 e dy, Mr. Box own opinion but it Office. VIVICA was just surprising Fox weighed in A. F O X that first of all she was Z on a hot political topic: a Republican, and that she Stacey Dash's endorsedid it the way that she did. m ment of Mitt Romney. Most politicians when you "I don t know why she support them, you try to sup -c: [Dash] had to do a pho to port them with class, you J= shoot in a Baywatch red don't need to do a swimsuit !!1 z c: aJ !: (J) ::::t m c m < m c: m (J) c ):> z c ., c ...... ...... I ):>

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Movie f\eviews/Soa s/Horosco es eli N a: w CD e 0 0 Paranormal Activity 4 There's nothing new in a: this fourth version of a ghost &L haunting anther family. The ending was pretty good, but the story needed more ac tion. No. 1 at box office. Made $29M. (Budget $5M). *** Alex Cross -Tyler Perry plays a cop on the hunt for a hired killer called The Butcher." It's hard seeing Perry go from comedy to ac tion. "The Butcher" (Matthew Fox) saved this movie with the way he was killing his victims. Made $11M. (Budget $35M). *** Argo Ben Affleck stars in and directed this true story about six U.S. workers trapped in Tehran after the militants seized control of the U. S. Embassy. Affleck Q g: had to figure out a way to &L get them out. A 2nd winner 0 for Affleck (he directed The :i Town) Made $43M. (Bud get $44M). **** 0 Sinister -A father en (Ethan Hawke) comes w ::l across a gruesome home tmovie in his attic and real izes when he plays the move, the monster comes W from the movie into his 0 house. The monster wants w ::z::: the kids. Very creepy and disturbing. Definitely, not CD for kids. Made $31M. (Bud ::l get $3M). ***112 D.. z Seven Psychopaths i= A writer/director (Colin W Ferrell) sets out to audition ..J ..J seven psychopaths for his ffi movie. He soon realizes the psychos are closer to him than he thinks. A well-writ-..J w z i= z w en C a: g &L <( I co ,.... ten, Pulp-Fiction-type movie. Made $9M. (Budget $15M).**** Pitch Perfect -A fresh man college student (Anna Kendrick) is forced by her dad to join the acappella team on campus. The semi musical was very good. Made $4sM(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 movie was still good. Good spy scenes with daughter. Must-see! Made $105M. (Budget $45M). **** 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 $118M. (Budget $85M). **** Loopers -Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt take you on a wild sci/fi ride about futuristic hitmen who travel back in time to kill their targets. The ending is really crazy Very violent, but fun. Made $57M. (Bud get $30M). **** Dredd -Police officers Dredd (Keith Urban) and his partner take on a violent gang who are dealing a pow erful drug to the people. Action-packed. Made $13M. (Budget $50M). *** BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Taylor's abilities as a psychiatrist and as a friend are put to the test; Katie recalls Taylor's advice; Bill and Brooke begin to see signs of improvement in Katie. Taylor and Dr. Meade confer about Katie s condi tion; Stephanie fondly remi nisces about the good times she shared with an old friend; Katie makes a shock ing declaration to Bill. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Things fall together, with expert help. Stir things up, even if it's just in your imagination. Consider open ing new channels of commu nication Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You don't need to worry; just get busy. It's easy to overlook an impor tant detail, so take notes and double-check your calendar. Discover your own truth. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Don't waste words or money. And don't dwell into the past either. Your intelligence is easily ac cessible now, so use it to your advantage. Accept a sweet deal. Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb.-You don't have to go out of your way to dream, as fantasies abound. Improve your living conditions, but wait until later to close the DAYS OF OUR LIVESRoman delivers some shock ing news to Jennifer; Chad offers sympathy to EJ about the loss of his child; Bo vol unteers to accompany his mother as she seeks treat ment far away; Kristen man ages to impress EJ. Sami learns that Caroline is ill; Brady promises Marlena hell keep an eye on Kristen; Marlena ask John why he neglected to tell her about deal. Toss the ball to a team mate. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)You have extra confi dence today and tomorrow, which helps you put together the best team possible. You all do the seemingly impos sible. Make magic. Aries (Mar. 21-April 19) -There's no time for gossip; it's too much to han dle. It's not a good time to travel for the next few days. Postpone expansion. Acknowledge successes, even if tiny. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -Don't stop learning as you go along Consider all possibilities before giving up. If you're still stuck, listen to friends for advice and comfort. Make fun a priority. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Take on new respon sibilities today and tomor row. There's room for his encounter with Kristen ; Nick gets uncomfortable around Sonny and Will GENERAL HOSPITAL -Luke tells Lulu that his plan to expose Duke as an im poster. Connie and Kate's freedom is on the line Will Carly catch Todd with Sam s baby's DNA test? Patrick re acts strongly to Jason' s choices. Sam makes a prom ise to her baby. Maxie has a plan to get Spinelli alone. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victor issues a warning to Jack, while Nikki cautions Victoria to focus on her marriage. Chelsea con fronts Adam about his lies, while John's advice haunts Jack. misunderstandings. Don't despair if you re not getting a response just yet. Replies come in later. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -This week is good for travel, but there could be de lays or errors. Difficulties with family members get re solved later. Make long range plans. Invest in your future. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Tackle detailed tasks and negotiations for the next few days. Define objectives. Stick to the budget without gam bling. It may require digging into savings for a career in vestment. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-It's never too late to learn a new trade or lan guage, or how to play an in strument. Let others help you. Choose something fun and immerse yourself. Get wet. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -A breakdown in com munication could happen, but you can deal with that. The more intricate the work is, the more rewarding; es pecially for the next two days. 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funerals/Memoriams Aikens MRS. LILLIE REEN NEAL GRIFFIN Homegoing services for Mrs. Lillie Reen Neal Griffin, who passed away in Tampa, on Wednesday evening, October 17, 2012, at 7:10p.m., will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Exciting Central Baptist Church, 2923 N. Tampa Street, with Pastor Jeffrey Singletary, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. She was born on December 31, 1931, in Sneads, FL (Jack son County), to Green Neal and Mary Jane Pollock Langston. She was a member of the Ex citing Central Baptist Church of Tampa. She was united in holy matrimony to the late Ear liest Van Griffin, Sr. in 1957 She was also preceded in death by: her mother, father, 5 brothers and 7 sisters. She leaves to cherish pre cious memories: 4 children, Ollie Diane Spires (M&rion) of Marianna, FL, Marilyn Griffin Matthiew of Tampa, Earliest Van Griffin, Jr., (Peggy) of Woodbridge, VA; and Glynn David Griffin (Jonica) of Tampa; 4 granddaughters, Lori Anne White-Staley (Rickey) of Tampa, Erica Matthiew-Stephens (Craig) of Centre, AL, Cpt. Andrea Matthiew, Afghanistan, and Josie Simone Griffin ofTampa; 7 great grandchildren, Caleb Diaz, Jhordan Stephens, Maleah Stephens, Jackson Wilkins, Craig Stephens, Jr., Kennedy Staley and Grant Sta ley; 4 sisters, Odistine McGriff of Bascom, FL, Ozell Moore of Donalsonville, GA, Barbara Williams (Hardy) of Tampa, and Vonistine Williams (Rev. James) of Mount Dora, FL; 9 sisters-in-law, Mary Neal Davis ofTampa, Eva Griffin of Malone, FL, Emma Griffin of Marianna, FL, Hilda Russ of Malone, FL, Carolyn Daniels (Rev. Will) of Bascom, FL, Daisy Curry of Bascom, FL, Eva Mitchell of Philadelphia, PA, and Bessie Hunter of Philadelphia, PA; brother-inlaw, Elder H. R. 'Griffin, Jr. (Al berta) of Tallahassee, FL; special nieces and nephews, Mary Curry of Bascom, FL, Martha Williams of Tampa, Johnnell Reese (Bernard), Ed ward Jennings and Alice Huff, all of Tampa; and goddaughters, Gloria Live, Teresa Walker and Tradia Clarke, all of Tampa. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, October 26, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at tbe church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FlJNERAL HOME Eastside MR. JEFF CAUSEY A homegoing celebration for Mr. Jeff Lee Causey, Sr. of 3407 E. Frierson, who passed away SatUrday, October 20, 2012, at Melech Hospice House, will be held Saturday, October 27, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First John M. B. Church, 3412 E. '1" Avenue, Tampa, with Pas tor Gregory Hill, pastor, offici ating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Jeff Causey, Sr. was born September 9, 1944 He was the son of the late Willie and Mary (McGlen) Causey. He was born in Silas, AL, and at tended school in Mobile, AL, and Tampa. He accepted Christ at Shady Grove Baptist Church in Ala bama. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Willie, Sr. and Mary Causey; sisters, Josephine Causey and Annie Kate Causey Murphy; broth ers, Harthrow Causey, A. J. Causey, L.C. Causey, Willie James Causey and Willie Causey, Jr.; and 2 sons, Roger Beard Causey and Kenneth Causey. Bro. Jeff Causey leaves to cherish his memories: loving wife, Willie Mae Causey; 3 sons, Jeff Causey, Jr. (Ashley), Neal Causey and Calvin John son; 5 daughters, Lisa Roberts (Jordan), Sharon Johnson, Darlene Causey Mays, Jack sonville, FL, Michelle Causey and Dreka Causey; 18 grand children, "Roe," Tonio (Tiffany) Taveres, Shanta (Smokie) (twin), Shanida (Jer maire), Daryl, Lil Willie, Jackie, Malia, Craig, Tikesha, Tangie, Travis, Neal, Jr., An thony, Kenneth, II, Derek and Latalian; 9 great grands; de voted brother, Sam Causey, Sr. (wife, Debra); 2 sisters, Betty Lovett (Pete), Crestview, FL, and Minnie Clark (Heriry), Mo bile, AL; sisters-in-law, Nell Rea Causey, Jackie Causey, Tampa, Alice Causey and Dor thy Jean Causey, Mobile, AL, and Ethel Causey (deceased); 2 aunts, Elouise Philon and Car rie Bell Washington, Mobile, AL; uncle, Walter (Irene) Me Glen, Silas, AL; several nieces and nephews who loved him like brother, lnell Wooden, Catherine Ruffins, Cecily Causey and Frank Causey, and Larry Murphy; other nephews, nieces, cousins and other sor rowing relatives; and devoted friend, Larry Wright. The remains will repose from 5-S p.m. on Friday, Octo ber 26, 2012, at Eastside Fu neral Home, 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. in the chapel. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 10:45 a. m. -on Saturday, October 27, 2012. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME MRS. DELIA CYNTillA CARDENAS ENGRAM Mrs. Delia Cynthia Carde nas Engram of Tampa, passed away on Saturday, October 20, 2012. A homegoing celebration for Mrs. Engram will be con ducted on Saturday, October 27, 2012, at Mount Tabor Mis sionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, at 11 a. m. with PastorT. D. Leonard, offi ciating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery, located at 4406 East Chelsea Street Tampa, 33610. Mrs. Engram was a native of Tampa, and resident of Tampa for eighty-four years. She was employed at Pioneer Cleaners for over 20 years. She was a graduate of Oak land Heights High School in Haines City, Florida. Her spiritual life began over seventy years ago at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church as she oommitted her life to Christ, serving as an active member of Ushers Min istry Number One over the years. Having been blessed with a gift of creativity and artistry, through the medium of drawing, sketching and painting, she will forever be cherished for her love and sup port of others through the miniStry of original cards sent to them in times of need and en couragement. Mrs. Engram was preceded in death by: her father and mother, Mr. Euphemio and Agapita Cardenas; husband, Eddie Engram, Sr.; sisters, Oneilia Cardenas, and Olga Akins and husband, William; brother, Robert Cardenas, Sr. and wife, Mattie; uncle, Jose Camps; step-mother, Fannie Mae Cardenas; step-brothers, Charlie Frank Clark and wife, Louise, and Eugene Clark and wife, Bennie Mae; nephew, Robert Cardenas, Jr.; cousins, Alfred Givens and Donald Thomas. She leaves to cherish loving memories: a devoted daughter, Yolanda Engram Dennis; son, Eddie Engram, Jr., Orlando, FL; granddaughter, Niambi Dennis; grandsons, Eddie En gram, III and Thomas Engram, both of California; nieces, De lores Hudson, Leafie Lee, Lee Etta Stephens, Anita Cardenas of Seattle, Washington and Cynthia McTier; nephew, Ron nie Cardenas (Valerie) of Port land, Oregon; grand nieces and nephews, Reginald Coonce, Jr., William Murray, Rhonda Pettis, Jerald Murray, Clifford Roach, Reginald Roach, Renee Williams, Minister Stephen Williams, Michael Williams, Robert Thomas and Malcolm Thomas, as well as a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, among whom are, Tommie Lee Miller, Daisy Pierce, Emma Allen and M:ae Catherine Brookins. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 26, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will re ceive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. CLAUDIA JARREIT-MCFARIANE Mrs. Claudia Jarrett-McFarlane of 4107 Royal Banyan, #302, passed away Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, October 27, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Dr. Sonia Archer, officiating. In terment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. McFarlane was a na tive of Jamaica, WI, and a res ident of Tampa for six years. She attended Calabar High School and also recently re ceived her CNA license in Tampa. She was employed as a housekeeper at University Vil lage. She leaves to cherish fond memories: four daughters, Suzette Clarke, Crystal McFar lane and Monique McFarlane of Tampa, and Narda McFar lane of Kingston, Jamaica; two sons, Rohan .Clarke of Tampa, and Randy Clarke of Kingston, Jamaica; step-son, Dennis McFarlane of Kingston, Jamaica; ten grandchildren, Dean, Den zel, Lil' Randy, TaShanti, Shawn, Javen, Azaria, Omar ian, Jahlisa and Jada; two great grandchildren, Whitney and Lashawn; mother, Phyllis Beernfenger; father, Leppius Jarrett; four brothers, Obrien Edwards of Kingston, Jamaica, Paul Holness, Phillip Holness (Sonia), and Dean Holness, all of Ottawa, Canada; sister, Deb bie Miller (Kirk) of Ottawa, Canada; beloved aunt, Lesline Clarke of Orlando, FL; special friends, Teresa Francois of Tampa, and Florence Nightin gale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 26, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. WILLIE PEASE, SR. Mr. Willie Pease, Sr. of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, October 23, 2012. A homegoing celebration will take place Saturday, Octo ber 27, 2012, at 10:30 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Av enue, with Rev. Nathaniel Love, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park. Mr. Willie Pease, Sr. was born July 27, i.923, in Havana (Gadsden County), FL, to the late Mr. Caesar and Maggie Mae Williams (Pease). His sib lings included: a brother, CJ Pease; and 3 sisters, Leatha Hines, Mandy Mathis and Artevee Penelton, all preced ing him in death. Called to rest on Tuesday, October 23, 2012, a faithful journey came to an end with him joining his beloved wife, Eatha Mae Pease. Wiliie T., as he was some times called by many, was raised in a loving Christian home as he found Christ early to be his Lord and Savior. He moved to Tampa, after serving in the U. S. Military (Army), to find and marry on December 30, 1946 the love of his life, the late Mrs. Eatha Mae Pease, a loving wife and devoted mother. To their union were born, 7 children: Betty, Willie, Jr., Lorraine, Julia, Daisy, Marilyn and Darien. He attended school in Gads den County before moving to Tampa, where he attended Don Thompson, majoring in the clothing/sewing textile field. Mr. Pease was a loving and a giving father and a faith ful Deacon at Friendship M. B. Church. He later moved to Seffner, FL. He leaves to cherish his memories: 7 children, Betty (Wilbur), Willie, Jr., Lorraine, Julia Love (Rev. Nathaniel), Daisy, Marilyn Dupree (Larry) and Darien; 25 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins_ and other devoted friends too numerous to list. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 26, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. 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c a: I.&. c z c( c en w :::> .... w > w c w l: en :::i m :::> Q. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m c( I 0 C\1 w CJ MR. ALFRED J. DAVIS, SR. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DORIS A. THOMAS 10/29-7/21/10 We love and miss you so much. Cheryl and Sharman and family. Homegoing celebration for Mother Lois May Smith of Tampa, who was called home to await her Crown of Glory on October 15, 2012, at 12:44 a. m., will be held on Saturday October 27, 2012, at 2 p. m. at College Hill C.O.G.I.C. 6414 N. 30th Street, Tampa, with the Pastor Supt. Charles Davis, of ficiating Lois May Smith was born Apri1 24, 1929, to the late Mon roe and JoAnna May in Tyler-town, Mississippi. She was a faithful member of St. John Temple Church of God in Christ, Bogalusa, Louisiana, under the leadership of the late Bishop Jo.hn W. White. At St. John Temple C.O.G.I.C. Lois served as Pres ident of The Pastor's Aide Board, a member of the Sewing Circle, the Home and Foreign Mission, Hospitality and Choir. Later in life, she met and married Elder Edward A; Smith. Lois never called him by his first name. She always re ferred to him as Brother Smith, and from then on he was known to everyone as Brother Smith After moving to Tampa in 1989, she served as a Mother of Full Gospel Church of God in Christ, undef the leadership of Elder Robert J. Douglas. Later she became a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ under the leadership of Elder Charles Davis. At Col lege Hill, Mother Lois served on the Mother's Board, Sewing Circle, Pastor's Aide and she sang in the choir. Lois was a virtuous woman. She always put God first and taught her family to do the same She was preceded in death by: her parents, Monroe and Jo Anna May; her husband, Elder A. Smith; two brothers, Curtis May and Terry May Sr.; two sisters, Vergie Lee Robin son and Ernestine (Monia) Ball; two stepsons, Edward Smith Jr. and John Miller; and a grandson, Jabus Fields. She leaves to cherish memo ries ofher with: son, Joel (Car olyn) Miller Sr.; two daughters, Cora (lionel) Fields of Bogalusa, LA, and Felicia Smith Clark of Tampa; six brothers, Harlin (Barbara) May, Perry (Lucille) May, Jerry (Tommie Louise) May Sr., Monroe May, David (Jessie) May of Angie, LA, and Leroy May of Tampa; three sisters, Aran Nicholson of Angie, LA, Irma Lee Taylor of Bogalusa, LA, and Vernell Esper of Irvine, CA; 16 grandchildren, Joel, Jr., Kristy, Lanita, Carol JoAnna Miller, Lanita Miller Jones, Tammy Renee Carter, Robert E., Aunitra, Rhonda, April, Alton, Jabus and Robert L. Fields, Edward, lnfonta and Jessica Clark; 6o great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Friends are asked to assemble at the church by 1:45 P.M. Saturday for the service. 'A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Harmon MR. RONALD STEVEN GWVER Homegoing services for Mr. Ronald Steven Glover, who passed on October 21, 2012, will be held Saturday October 27, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Trinity CME Church, 2401 Howard Ave., Tampa, 336o7, with Rev. Anthony R., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ronald Steven Glover was born April15, 1956, in Tampa. Ronald worked in construction for over 35 years until his health began to fail him. Ronald took pride in his work and accomplishments. Ronald had a strong passion and conviction for life and family, especially his mother, Minnie Pearl Glover Napper; sister, Gail Y. Napper; and brother, Charles G. Napper Ronnie's number was called on, when God made the deci sion to call him home. Al though God prepared his heart many years ago, we take com fort in knowing ..that our brother is with those who meant the most to him (His Heavenly Father). Ronnie was especially fond of his nieces and nephews, es pecially. his niece, Tonya Wingo and children, and nephew D'Coursey (Anchorage, Alaska). They both en-. joyed sharing stories about fishing in Alaska and basketball. Prior to his health failing him, Ronnie spent most of his time with his daughter, Denise Albury and her six children and partner, Mary Noels. Ronald was preceded in death by: his stepfather, Louis Clyde Napper; and biological father, Alfred Oliver; grand mother, Easter Henderson; and 2 brothers Anthony Jer mone Glover, and Larry Michael Napper. He leaves loving memories to be cherished by: his loving mother, Minnie Pearl Glover Napper; daughter, Denise Al bury; 4 sisters, Gail and. Car olyn Napper, Mary Mattox and Sheryl (Ron) Williams; 2 brothers, Ricky (Beverly) Glover and Charles Napper; stepsister, Wanda Smith; 2 stepbrothers, Ronald and Bruce Oliver; 6 grandchildren; aunt, Ida Mae Walker, 5 nephews, John, Bryce, Roo sevelt, D'Coursey (Anchorage, Alaska), and Carl, Jr. (Alexis); nieces, Frances, Tonya (David), April, Kimberly and Shemeka; several great nieces and great nephews, over 300 cousins, and a host of sorrowing friends and extended fam ily members; and special friend, Mary Noels. Visitation for Mr. Ronald Glover will be from 5-7 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the home going service are asked to as semble at the church at 10:45 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL MARY HENRY 10-27 Happy birthday, Mom. We love and miss you. The family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FRANK BARNES, JR. Oct. 26, 1944 Remembering you on your birthday. The sun oflove is still flow ing. Your wife, Mother Barnes arid children. Mama, AZALEEHILL October 24, 1918 Your life was full ofloving deeds; forever thoughtful of our spe cial needs. Today and tomorrow our whole life through, we will al-ways love and cherish you. Birthday! Love, your children, Ronald, Bettye, Freddye, Keith and grand-children. RJNERALI-D\ !002 N. 40th Street HOMEGOING Cemelery Space Luxury Lin.wusine Metal 20ga. Casket Shopper's Discount Florida 33610 Cf LE BRATtON Cremation Funeral Nootafini!F:aii:IDis Shopper's Discount

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c 'ICRf JESSICA LYNN LANE I know God doesn't make mistakes. "But just once I ask, why?" WISh I could trade places, no more worries, pains, lies and tears. My beloved daughter, Jessica Lynn Lane. R.I.P. until I get there. IN MEMORIAM Len, you are missed more than words can express. You were truly a one of a kind Uncle, and the world's absolute best. You never hesitated to help any of us in our times of need, Or to encourage all of us to pursue our dreams and not to stop until we succeed. LEN Your funny chuckle and your sincere smile have been greatly missed since you went away. Although it has been an entire year, it feels like it was only yesterday. Love forever and always, Tracey. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. BRENDA DENISE HILL SIMPSON 10/23/62-9/29/98 Missed; but not forgotten, it's been 14 years. We are wishing you a happy birthday. From: your son, Wilbur Simpson, III; your mother, your 5 grandchildren and siblings. Love always. IN lOVING MEMORY DWIGHT LITCHMORE 'KIRK' 8/19/7410-24-11 We loved you dearly and miss you always. Sadly missed by: mother, Deon; brothers, Corey, Jason and Sean; stepfather, Ron; stepsister, Sher rise; family and friends. Gone, but not forgotten. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ERNEST RICHARDS, SR. October23 Daddy, we are thinking of you on your birthday. We love and miss you. The family. REMEMBERING YOUR ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY (JEAN) BAKER 9/20/59-10/27/2011 This is a day I never wanted to come, 10-27-2011. I always wanted to leave you first. It's hard not having you here, but the Lord knows best. He was tired of your weakness and pain and He took you out of the pain. I miss your hugs and kisses and the rest of the family does, too. So, I am going on day by day, sometimes not knowing what to do, because I could always go to you. We're glad you are not alone, because you are in heaven with our other loved ones. Love always and forever. Your mama, brothers, sister, aunt, cousins and family. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Bernice Anthony, whose funeral services were held at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 11:30 a. m., cannot adequately express how deeply we appreciate you all for your many acts of kindness. Please keep us in your prayers, as we try to go on without our loved one. God bless you always. Sincerely, the family of Bernice Anthony. SHIRLEY MILLER R.I.P. to my lovely mother. Just because you left doesn't mean I forgot about you. It's still your day. Happy birthday from, your daughter, Quiana and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. ROBERTL. SPAIN 10/26/28 12/19/2010 On that day and hour, no one knew you were leaving, not even the angels in heaven, only our Heavenly Father. Forever in our hearts. We love you. The family. ROCKY Still missing you like crazy. Wow! 2 years today. We11 be missing you forever. Love: Mom, sisters, Glenda, Kate. Chanitta, Sharon and Dawn; brothers, Lance, Bo and Lucky; longtime love, Tisha and your boys, along with nieces and nephews. LEOTA TAYLOR The family of the late Leota Taylor acknowledges with deep appreciation the many comforting phone calls, cards, prayers, food, flowers, and many other expressions of kindness and concern shown to us at this time in the loss of Leota. You reached out in so many ways and we thank each of you. May God continue to bless you. McArthur, Alexander and Taylor families. 'ln Luving rv.V..'Flfrr"'l AYESHA HARRISON Today I walked down memory lane to days of #Mt...our youth. I walked through our childhood and boy was that trip. Our ,.,Y shows and our never told. Then one day it t.ppened in the blink of an eye; so sMIIy your life ended, without a to say goodbye. You such a girl with a beautifu/MJi/e, without a care in the world, you made life worthwhile. You were my big sister and belt friend, /learned a lot from you In that short time. I'm thankful God allowed me to $hare and cherish every moment spent together with you. ave, 0 0 a m m :IJ 1\) 51' 1\) 0 .... 1\) I )>

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National N s-outh ___ R_o_m_n_e_r_s_S_o_n_AP_o_l_og-i-ze_s_T_o_ ffi Business Ties To Romney Raise llano carolina Man Win's p Ob F s R With just two weeks until the presidential election the race for $200,000 lonervl res. am a or Wing em ark o the White House is still remarkably close. 0 Recent polls show President Barack Obarna and his Re> publican rival, Mitt Romney, in a neck-and-neck race Now, the integrity of electronic voting machines is back in the a: spotlight. Reports are circulating there are "dubious links" be LL tween the voting machines in some counties [Hamilton and c a: LL c z w c w :::1: en ::::i m a. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL William] in Ohio and Governor Romney. The machines are supplied by Hart Intercivic, a national e-vot ing compan y The Austin-based firm is partially owned by H.I.G Capital an investment company that has business ties to So lamere Capital Tagg Romney's [Mitt's oldest son] equitY firm The suggestion is that the Romney link is at best a conflict of interest, with even the potential for bias, fraud or irregularity. GREENVIlLE, SCA home less South Carolina man is $200,000 richer after spend ing $10 on a lottery ticket in Greenville. The South Carolina Edu cation Lottery confirmed the win. The winner declined to be identified. He bought the winning ticket at a Simon 's Liquors last week and jumped for joy after realizing that he had the winning numbers. The man plans on pur chasing a home with his win nings. suspect In Familv Massacre Wore BodvArmor INGLEWOOD, CA-A man found dead at the property where five members of a Southern California family were shot two fatally was believed to be the attacker be cause he was wearing body armor and clutching a hand gun, police said The loaded handgun was a .38 caliber revolver registered to 55-year-old Desmond John Moses. Inglewood po lice say Moses set his backyard bungalow ablaze before spray ing bullets at his neighbors. Investigators suspect Moses blamed the young family who lived in the front house for an eviction notice he had received from their land lord The dead man had what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the head," wore body armor and carried addi tional ammunition in his pockets w h en he was found late Saturday, a police state ment said The shooting rampage be fore dawn Saturday killed 33year-old Filimon Lamas and his 4-year-old son The father was shielding three of his chil dren when he was sho t Polic e Chief Mark Fronterotta said Lamas' wife, Gloria Jiminez, was shot in both legs but managed to carry the wounded 4-year-old out of the house. Tagg Romney, Mitt Romney's oldest son, apol ogized to President Barack Obama Monday for saying he wanted to "take a swing" at him during con tentious presidential de bates Pres. Obama and Tagg Romney were seen speak ing on the stage after Mon day's final presidential debate, held at Lynn Univer sity in Boca Raton, Florida. Two Pres. Obama aides said the conversation in cluded an apology for the re mark, made last week during a radio interview Asked i n that interview PRESIDENT OBAMA And TAGG ROMNEY .. The apology was made during the 3rd Debate. what it's like "to hear the President of the United States call your dad a liar," Tagg Romney joked about his fantas y response. Rev. Jesse Jackson Freed After Arrest At Sensata Workers' Protest In Illinois over lost Jobs FREEPORT, Ill. -The Rev. Jesse Jackson says he joined workers at a northern Illinois plant that's slated to close because their fight to save their jobs is "the essence of the American struggle." Jackson was taken into custody Wednesday with about a dozen other protest ers who marched onto the property at Sensata Tech nologies. The company is in the process of moving its Freeport manufacturing op erations to China, at a cost of 170 jobs from the Illinois plant. The protesters were cited The Rev. Jesse Jackson, right, holds up hands with Richard Montgomery of Freeport, Ill., after they and about a dozen oth ers were arrested on criminal trespass to property charges by Freeport, 01., police Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. for violating Freeport's tres passing ordinance and re leased. Jackson said the protests will continue next week. Black Woman Set On Fire Bv KKKil WINNSBRO, LA Twenty-year-old Sharmeka Moffitt was reportedly set on fire by men as she walked on a park trail on Sunday night. Moffitt was reportedly walking in Civitan Park in Winnsboro, La., when she was allegedly attacked by three men who were wearing "wh ite hoodies." While au thorities have resisted calling the incident a "hate crime," they say that Moffitt's car was spray painted with a number of racial slurs, which were not specifie d Moffitt reportedly called 911 from the park at 8 p.m., after the incident, and is re portedly fighting for her life at LSU Medical Center in Shr eveport, La. The young woman is in critical condi tion. Kevin Cobb, Franklin Parish s h eriff, told the media in a press confere n ce this af ternoon, This is a horrific event that will not be taken SHARMEKA MOFFITI lightly. While the race of the men has not bee n officially con firmed initial reports specu lated that Moffitt was set on fire by the Ku Klux Klan be cause she was wearing a President Barack Obama shirt. Monday afternoon, vari ous media reports dispelled the Obama T -shirt rumor, but have not recanted tha t the men did indeed have white hoodies on during th e attack The FBI and Loui siana's fir e Mars h all's office are in vestigating

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Crime :..:;;_M-an-Ch_a_r_ue_d ___ W_it-h suspect souuht Arrest 01 Suspect In Anack Raping Woman Near Railroad Tracks 01 Elderlv woman At Church CLEVELAND MORRIS Tampa Police arrested a 23-year-old man for brutally beating and raping a 36-year-old woman in a wooded area near railroad tracks in North Tampa. Police charged Cleveland Morris, 23, with sexual bat tery. Police said the victim was at a Citgo Gas Station on Busch Boulevard arid 30th Street last Saturday night when Morris approached her. He reportedly walked with her as she left the con venience store. Before the woman reached her car, police said Morris grabbed her and forced her toward a wooded area sever al blocks away. He allegedly beat the woman in the face and upper body, then raped her. The victim suffered frac tured ribs, a punctured lung and severe bruising and swelling to her face police said. She was hospitalized and was last reported to be in serious condition. Morris was arrested Sunday night, and was iden tified by the victim in a line up According to records, Morris was accused of a sexual crime in 2004. At the age of 15, he was charged with five counts of lewd and lascivious molestation and two counts of sexual battery on a child younger than 12, a capital felony. Later that same year, he was arrested on burglary and larceny charges. He was also arrested last year on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. He is currently being held in jail under a bond of $5o,ooo. Records show Morris received probation for a 2008 arrest for delivery and possession of marijuana. His September 2011 arrest for carrying a concealed firearm and having an open container were filed with the State Attorney's Office as misdemeanors, and he wasn't prosecuted, according to Beth Jenkins. Man Arrested On Warrant For Tax Fraud QUENfiN CORNEUUS EDWARD MOORE The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office arrested a 28-year-old Thursday. He allegedly used Treasury Tax Refund money in a purchase last month. According to police, the case was investigated by the Economic Crimes Bureau of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. On September 10, Quentin Cornelius Edward Moore, entered the WalMart at 2701 Fletcher Avenue, at 1:40 a.m. Moore allegedly purchased approximately $1,509.24 in Moneypak Cards. Police said Moore will fully and without authorization fraudulently used the victim's personal information to open a VISA Account Now Debt Card," police said. The card, valued at $8,901, was funded with Department of Treasury Tax Refund money. A warrant was issued for Moore's arrest following the investigation. Moore has been charged with crimi nal use of personal informa tion, fraudulent use of credit card, and grand theft. This is a surveillance photo of a man suspected of stealing merchandise from a Best Buy Store. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for help in identifying a man captured on a surveillance camera shoplifting from a major store. Detectives report that on October 6th at 1 p. m., a man entered the Best Buy Store at 12675 Citrus Plaza Drive. He went to the DVD/3D section and selected 23 Blue-Ray and 3D DVDs. The suspect was then seen removing them from their packaging, and concealing them in his pock et. The value of the items is $396. The suspect fled in an unknown direction, and is described as a Black male, 25 to 35 years old, 6 feet tall, and weighing 200 pounds. Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call (813) 247-8200. Three Suspects Souahtln FamiiJ Dollar Robbarv Tampa Police report that they are looking for three men who robbed a Family Dollar Store Wednesday night. Police said at 9 p m., three suspects, all armed with guns, entered the Family Dollar Store at 6oo6 North Nebraska Avenue, and demanded money One sus pect reportedly took money from the register, and they all fled the store. The suspects were described as Black males, s'6" to s'S" tall, all three with thin builds, and wearing different things to cover their faces. UNCLE SANDY There comes a time 4, 9, 15, 19 in everyone's life 21, 25, 28, 30 when it's time to reflect 33, 35, 39, 40 on the mistakes o the past 42, 43, 49, st. Tampa Police have arrest ed a suspect in the attack of an elderly woman at a church on October 18th_ After anal y zing DNA e vi dence, Demetreius Morris, 26 was charged with sexual battery, kidnapping, lewd and lascivious battery on an elderly person, and lewd and lascivious molestation of an elderly person. According to the police report, the victim, a 70-year old woman, entered the Living Word Fellowship at 11:45 a. m. to get a key to a rental home nearby. As she walked to the rental house, Morris reportedly approached her and asked questions about the church. The victim walked back to the church, and Morris asked her if he could see the sanctuary, police said. The victim unlocked the DEMETREIUS MORRIS door and allowed Morris into the building. After a short period of time, Morris allegedly put his hand over the victim's mouth, pushed her down onto a chair, and committed a sexual act. He fled from the church on foot. Morris is being held at the Falkenburg Road Jail with no bond. Fattier, Son On Trial For Robben, sexual BanerJ RAKEITH BROOKS On Tuesday, Rakeith Brooks, 30, and his father, Vincent Harrison, 46, were described to a jury as a pair of robbers who pistolwhipped the co-owner of two nightclubs and sexually assaulted his friend in September 2011. Jurors were told Brooks struck the club owner with the gun, then knocked the woman down and assaulted her as his father yelled for VINCENT HARRISON him to kill her. Neither victim had cash, but they were wearing jewel ry. The incident ended when Enrique DeJesus, coowner of two clubs, offered Brooks and Harrison his 2010BMW. Brooks and Harrison were charged with sexual battery with a deadly weapon, armed robbery, and carjacking Each charge car ries a potential life sentence. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available Witb NO CREDIT CHECK

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 2012 B Readers Share Comments On Final Presidential Debate BY IRIS B. H OLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday night, millions of people tuned in to the final debate between Pres.ident Barack Obama and his challenger, Governor Mitt Romney. The final debate focused on foreign policy. Some Sentinel readers who watched the debate shared their comments. Danny Green said, "The debate on Monday night was won by President Obama. He was very aggressive in informing the Amer.ican peo ple, who the right person is to be the CommanderIn Chief. President Obama clearly explained to Governor Mitt Romney that his ideas about foreign pol.icies are not going to work in America "After the debate continued, it appears to me that Governor Romney just repeated everything the President was saying, which should show the American people that President Obama is on the right track for the country?" Ms. Ann Porter said, I watched the debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama with great interest and surprise. Mr. Romney showed up as President Obama this time. He agreed with most of the policies that the President has campaigned about over the last year. Why is he running if their policies are the same? "The American people would be very wise to real l y know what we really would have in the White House as our leader i f Romney wins. Will it be the one who spoke about the 47%, or the one who claimed no wars, more for education and dignity for all? "The President was brilliant and showed he cares about people and a forward progress for people in America, along with peace loving people throughout the world. He gave outstanding remarks as he debated what accomplishments his administration has rendered and the progress and plans he has for a second term. He is reall y a Commander-InChief Sometimes, yo u get what you pray for and sometimes you do not. Thank God for sending Barack Obama our wa y Dr. Samuel Wright said, "Foreign Policy is not my forte but, in m y opinion, M i t t Romney was all over the map on a number of issues and he was not deci sive about anything. He was quite agreeable with the President and less combat ive. His approach was totally different from the two previous debates. President Obama, on the other hand, had more validity in his answers and was more aggressive "President Obama was poised, clear, and decisive! I am sure the American peo ple would confirm the fact that President Obama brought .his A-game and took Romney to school! Isn't he the Commander-In Chief? Let's keep him there for four more ye ars! Andre Walker said, "The real Presi dent Barak Obama showed up Monday night at the debate and gave Mitt Romney a schooling' on Foreign Affairs Romney never knew what hit him; he was totally out-classed and not prepared for this debate President Obama earned four more years as Commander-In-Chief of these United States of America." Ms. Evangeline Best said, "Again, President Obama was "presiden tial" in his presentation, he won the debate. I love his direct eye-to-eye contact as he delivered his positions base on his past 4 years of experience. I also observed Romney was insightful enough not to challenged President Obama's strategic foreign operations "President Obama spoke volumes to me as he humanized his foreign plans to provide total services care for Veterans (job requirements modified to accommodate them) He also men tioned Senior s benefit s and all others of us 4 7% American Citizens." Attorney Clinton Paris said, "In the third and f i n a 1 Presidential Debate, President Obama made a strong case for his foreign policy initiatives and demons trate d his clear command of world affairs in a way that dwarfed Gov. Romney's limited views. The President was aggre ssive direct, and led the discussion in ways that conveyed he is a strong leader worthy of re-election. While the debate topic was on foreign affairs, President Obama connected our foreign policy to domestic issues, particularly the strengt h of our economy. "Under President Obama's leadership, our economy is showing gains in real estate, construction, manufacturing, energy and other early indicators of economic progress. President Obama deserves four more years to complete his agenda. Recent Florida polls show gains for Gov. Romney, which means the election will depend on voter turnout. Howard Harris said, "Monday night, President Obama was as steady as Florida's weather -s unn y yester day, sunny today, and sunny tomorrow. Mitt Romney could have been a Democrat because he agreed with President Obama's poli cies so frequently. He also changed his past positions faster than a chameleon can change colors. That alone should disqualify Romney from ever being president." Prophetess JoAnn Gillespie said, "The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, is the Head of State and Head of Government of the United States "President Barack Obama having the advan tage of being the incumbent presented himself, in this final debate against Mitt Romney, as one who is well versed on U. S. foreign policy, a seasoned diplomat, and as a poised, quali fied and stable leader who has proven that he is well able to handl e all matters related to U. S. for eign policy. "Mitt Romney, on the other hand, is so far out of the loop i t is frightening to even entertain the thought of him at the leadership helm dealing with matters pertaining to U. S. govern ment, let alone foreign poli cy. During this debate he displayed a serious lack of knowledge with regard to U. S. foreign policy which he tried to cover by evading the subject matter at hand many times during this debate. "President Barack Obama won this debate and is by far the most quali fied candidate in this race for the White House. Our responsibility, at this juncture, is to get out and vote to insure that Barack Obama will continue to lead this country forward as President of the United States of America. Ross Anderson s "Like the last debate I feel that our President did a great job. I'm glad President Obama was able to get a few key points across like Mitt Romney's tax cuts and s-point plan. "Where would that money come from? We all have to remember this, "It is better to know exactly where yo u are going than to be told how to get there." Fire Chief Tom Forward said, Again, President Obama clearly demonstrated and communicated, unlike his challenger that he has a pro found grasp of our nation's strategic focus, militaristic posture and political collab orative. The choice of who clearl y presented the most focused command of the debate was President Obama, hands down."

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N N a: w m Swearing-In Ceremonv Held For Legislative Aide 0 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor >;' Ms. Karen Skyers always knew that she wanted to become an attorney. However, after grad If uating from high school, she entered the work arena, married, and became a mother. However, she recently realized her dream when she was sworn into the Florida Bar. The ceremony took place on September 12, at the George Edge comb Courthouse. Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince administered the Oath of Attorney. Ms. Skyers was married and the mother of two, living in Detroit, Michigan when she returned to school. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Detroit Mercy as a Political Science major. I was working full time at Northwest Airlines as a Spanish Interpreter and I was a full-time student. I worked for the airline for 7 years," she said. Ms. Skyers was still living and working in De troit. However, nine years ago, her parents, the late Dr. George Skyers and Mrs. Margarita Skyers, retired and moved to the Tampa Bay Area. Ms. Skyers, a divorcee at the time, decided to move as well. She obtained employment with the Depart ment of Children and Families as a Child Protective Investigator. c But, she never abandoned the idea of becoming ii: an attorney. Ms. Skyer enrolled in the Florida A & &L M University, College of Law. "I went to school full time and I passed the bar on the first try, last Feb Ill( ruary." Ms. Skyer is currently employed as a Legislative Assistant to Senator Arthenia Joyner, Senate w : .... rc w Shown at the Swearing-In Ceremony were: Senator Arthenia Joyner, Brian Skyers, Attorney Karen Skyers, Brandon Skyers, Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince, and Keila Skyers. (Photo by Rita Skyers). District 18, where she will continue to use her legal skills to assist the Senator in shaping public policy by developing legislative proposals and implement ing strategies to get them enacted into law. When not spending her leisure time with her three children and other family members, she en joys reading, scrapbooking, and mentoring. > w c w % U) :::J m : 11. BLICKLAWFIRM Accidents Injury Criminal DUI z ...I ...I : m ...I w z t= z w U) C a: 0 ...I &L m I N w State & Fed. W. C. Certified by Michtn State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treating ysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination

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Loca l Coming Soon, 'Straig_ht Talk' Commuitv's For Young People Food Basket TO Be Given Awav With the encouragement of their Pastor, Elder Charles Davis, the three young men pictured above are going to open a dialog answering real questions while engaging in open and edifying conversation about walking, talking and living in agreement with the Word of God. Anonymous questions will be received and answered during the upcoming STRAIGHT TALK, which will be held at the College Hill Conference Center, 1002 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard on Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 12 noon until 2 P. M. Each from unique backgrounds and experiences, con-cerned about young people, and having a desire to promote positive infor mation regarding faith and salvation while "keeping it real," they are: George Elpheage, a Louisiana native and recent transplant to the Tampa area; Kevin Hobbs, a Tampa native, both married, fathers and ordained Elders; and J arryd Reid, also of Tampa, a recent graduate of Florida A & M University. While pursuing their vari ous careers they are always ready to encourage, motivate and share their experiences with others. All of these men are working to better our community and look forward to a successful first session of what they envision as an ongoing vehicle for young people throughout the Tampa area. There is no charge for the event and all young people are encouraged to come out and be a part of STRAIGJIT TALK. For additional information, please call 813 239-3161. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On November 10th three residents will host a PreThanksgiving Food Basket Give-A-Way. The event will take place at the Glad Tidings Assembly of God, 4200 17th Avenue, N., in St. Petersburg, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The African American Author Showcase, which consists of Ms. Swiyyah Muhammad, a noted author, and Ms. Rashida Strober, an award-winning playwright, have teamed up with Radio personality, Princess Denis" e Wright and her "Matters of the Heart Ministry" to raise funds and donations for the needy during the holidays. Princess Denise is an ordained minister, radio per sonality, communicator, and event planner. She also loves talking to people, counseling, teaching, and trying to help them resolve their issues through the word of God. Ms. Muhammad is the author of "Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just in Love." She has been inspir ing and motivating audiences through motivational speakJUDICIAl POWER GRAB! 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! JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS JUSTICE BARBARAJ. PARIENTE JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE PAll aECTIOHEERtl> COMIIJNICATION PAll FOR BY DeFEHD .AJSl1CE FROU fi()IJJK:$ 1831 z c "'T'' :l:J c

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5irthda_y Greetings 't ALEXIS GREEN Happy birthday to my baby girl, Miss Alexis Green. 9 She will be celebrating her "18th" birthday on October 28th, If With family and friends. c Mommy loves you! z c( 5J Happy Binhdav t> a: w > w c w :::1: U) ::J m uj SAMUEL T. JAMES 1YREEK JAMES z z Happy birthday to Samuel T. James. From, all your family with much love on the 29th of c( October. 9 Pastor Harris. a: 0 ...J Happy Binhdav m Michael and Toya = Our3Pack. w MIKE,. MY'NIYSHA, MIKAIAAnd MY'TIA Happy Binhdav MISS TERRIBLE And MOMMY Happy 3rd birthday, New New. We love you. Also, happy birthday to her big brothers, Jr. and Cornbread. Love, mommy and daddy. Mv Love, Mv Best Friend,MV Husband WILUSAnd ASHLEY Happy birthday, Bae. I will always love you. Your future wife, Ashley Happy Binhday RELL RELLAndKIA Happy birthday, Rell. Big Costume Party going down this Saturday at the Broadway! ....___T_h_en______.l .__I _No_w____, GERRY F. HURTADO, III On October 29, 2010, God blessed us with a beautiful baby boy. Happy birthday, son! Love: mommy, Chan and dad, Gerry. Early Voting For General Election Oct. 27 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election -Nov. 6

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Local Sheriffs OHice Emplovee Retires After 35 Year Career CHARLES "CHUCK" MCDONALD As a student and athlete at both Howard W. Blake and Plant High Schools, Charles "Chuck" McDonald had plotted his career. After 35 years with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, McDonald has officially retired as a Case Manager. After graduating from high school in 1971, McDonald attended Bethune-Cook man University, where he continued to excel as a member of the Wildcat football team. He graduated in 1975 with a B. S. degree in Educa tion. McDonald embarked on a career with the Sheriffs Of fice in 1976, but had already found work as a coach with Plant s football team in 1975. "I started off working in the Assessment Classifica tion Unit, then went on to Case Management for the Morgan Street Jail, Central Booking at the Tampa Police Department, and the County Camp at the current site of Orient Road Jail. Four years later I went to the Work Release Center on Spruce Street across from the Stockade. McDonald said his job responsibilities were exten sive, and involved a lot of so cial contacts in helping inmates get back into their communities as productive citizens. "In that capacity, you meet people from everywhere, in cluding some of your old high school classmates Some of the inmates I tried to help along the way came back and thanked me for pointing them in the right di rection." McDonald has the dis tinction of being one the first three African Americans to work as a Case Manager for the Sheriffs Office. We were like a family, and we all loved coming to work. I consider what I did as being more than just a job. Giving back to the commu nity is the best, and being able to coach football was an added blessing. When it comes to coach ing I give all the thanks to my mentors, the late James "Big Jim" Williams, the late Abraham "Abe" Brown, Rev. Oscar Johnson, Tim Thomas, the late Jasper Saunders, and the late AI Barnes." McDonald said looking back on his career, he's been a part of the construction of the Orient Road Jail Com plex, and was fortunate enough to be working across the street, where they started the area s first Work Release Center. 'I'm happy to be a part of the history of that facility. I think what I'll miss the most in retirement are the people I've worked with and the new generation coming behind me to keep the tradi tion going. McDonald said his plans are to go on a long vacation, and return to college to further his education. I also want to continue coaching, and guide the ca reer of my oldest son, who will also be getting into law enforcement. "I am proud to have coached him in high school and him selecting Bethune Cookman. I'm proud to have coached football at Plant, Jefferson, and Middleton, and now I'm working with the Youth League coaching my youngest son." ., :!! c The Conspiracv Will Be Revealed In Upcoming Gospel Plav 0 0 a aJ m Dr. Phyllis TuckerWicks is no stranger to the community. She and twin sis ter, Dr. Philetha TuckerJohnson have been school teachers in Hillsborough County Schools for 30 years. Both are currently at Sligh Middle Magnet School still re maining active in the commu nity Dr. Phyllis, founder of Bles' d Productions produces her infamous gospel plays each year to inform and entertain the public about spiritual war fare Her inspiration comes from some of the controversial Lost Books of the Bible, where more insight on spiritual war fare is gained. Man y gospel play writers write about everyday issues such as the absent father alco holism, disrespectful children and the like. I believe for too long, we have put a band aid on problems by just treating symptoms. If we tell the absent father to pay child support we are only treating the problem. We send hostility to anger management clinics, and spank disrespectful children. Absent fathers, hostility, anger DR. PHYLLIS TUCKER-WICKS and disrespect are problems. The problems cease for the moment but what was the root or the cause of the problem? Many say the answer is to hav e faith in God and pray How ever, the Bible teaches that Faith without works is dead. Dr. Tucker-Wicks says studying the Bible will allow you to discover lies, conspira cies to destro y God's true cho sen people who many think are non-existent due to cover-ups and exploitations. Her upcoming Gospel play EXPOSED, will uncover the secrets lies, rightful heirs to the throne, and much more. This is a gospel play not to be missed by anyone who seeks the truth. A spoof from the Wizard Of :::D Oz, this play promises to be in N formative, entertaining and !' shocking, as top secret documents are finally revealed for the first time on stage. Dr. Tucker-Johnson, of Christ Of Calvary Community Church, who will deliver a powerful performance as Lucifer, and Pastor Clethen Sutton of Miracle Temple Church Of God In Christ as Michael The Archangel, will come together to offer their side of the world to Nield Johnson, played by Spoto High School graduate, Julia Flowers. Throughout Nicki's jour ney in finding the truth her guardian angel Sapheel, played by Jeremenique Cannon of Tampa Bay Tech will lead her home, but which home? Other surprises will include ., performances that will bring r Prince, Chris Brown, and g Rev. AI Green transforma-c tions to life on the stage at )> Centro Austuriano, November 10, 2012 at 6:30P.M. 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N was coming from worship Bishop, Prophet or Rev. and powerful man by admitffi (vs. 27). preached on. ting that you don't underID This must be a message to Philip joined the eunuch stand all that you are the church that there are (us. 29) and asked him do reading. This is great humil0 some people in the church you understand what you ity to go with that great 0 who have powerful and imare reading (vs. 30)? power. >-ff: Help, I Need Understanding I man, they are knowledgederstanding what they are sit with him. You must have There are many people who read their Bible at home, attend Bible study during the week, and wor ship on Sunday morning. However, they still have dif ficulty understanding the word of God. It has become a sad day for the people of God and the church when people cannot get the understanding they need and/ or are afraid to admit that they do not un derstand. This week's Church School lesson as recorded in Acts 8:26-39 offers insight and guidance for the need of and spiritual Bible study Members of a church whose pastor does offer Bible study are doing harm to themselves by not attending. The angel of the Lord sent Philip to a place called Gaza (vs. 26). Gaza is outside of Jerusalem. Jerusalem is the place of worship. Notice that God did not send him to the house of worship to meet the man, He sent him to a place away from the tabernacle of meeting. Some of what peo ple need, is going to be found outside of worship and not always in worship! biblical instruction. Many c pastors are doing their iC members a disservice by not providing a time for quality z There, he met a man, a eunuch, of great authority who was in charge of all of the queen's treasure who c( 0 en w :;::) .... w > w c w J: en :J ID :;::) a. z i= w _, _, :;::) ID _, w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J IL ID I CD w CJ SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Moming Service-11:30 A. M Evening Service-7:30 P M Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band -7:30 P M. n 1 ursday Evening -YP\NW 7:30 P. M. 1 st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outrea ch Ministry7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P .O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Dtdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mctil: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T. U } 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.ICIRIUID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org able and educated. reading. Many are reading, great desire for the man of This eunuch was sitting in but they may not be underGod to teach you. The peohis chariot reading the scrip standing. Although they are ple must start calling for a tures (vs. 28). educated and have degrees time of study and not just a Allow this to penetrate on their wall and titles in time of praise and worship. your spirit and take root. He front of their name, they still Have church service, midhad: 1) come from church; might not understand. week service, and Bible 2) sat in his chariot (car); A whoop", a holla", study. The eunuch wanted and 3) was reading the three points, and poem must it, and he got it. If pastor is word. not continue to be the order teaching it, you must have a How many people today of the day every Sunday. desire to go get it will read their Bible in their The sermon delivery may be After the man got undercar just after leaving church? wonderful, but the understanding he got baptized Some people will leave standing may be cloudy. (vs. 38). Remember, he their Bible in church, in There must be a coming towent to church and was a their car, or on the table gether to check for under. church goer After he got until the next time to take it standing. understanding he went to to church. The eunuch said, "How another level. If you are going to learn, can I, except someone After you get good undergrow, and mature then you guides me. And he desired standing you will go to an-must read your Bible beyond that Philip would sit with other level in God. It is in Sunday morning. You may him" (vs. 31). the best interest of all to need to go back and read the People of God you must have effective and quality scripture Pastor, Apostle, become like this educated Bible study. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30 p :m. V i sitors Are Welcome! GRACE IIARY .SSIOIARY BAP11ST CHURCH 3901 N 37th Sf* (81 248-3n9 Early Morning Worship -8 A.M. Sunday School-9 :30 A M Morning Worship10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ,...., ... ,..__ ____ lertlll Wtnld.. .. .. ---H n PnJtr Slfllct, TltsiiiY--I .... .... ....... TitstiQ I:H._. 1111111 Ill .. TltiUJr-. ----IC.IIM=l'lniiiiiCIIIItWIIIcll ._kflflll:llllt4:Q BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .. .. 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A .M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. '------BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control."

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Happy Halloween October Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday wishes are sent to: Sadie Floyd, Lavoy Frederick, An dretta Jenkins, Felecia Mary Green, Wanda Chester, Dianne Williams, Teri Judge, Linda Copeland, Jackie Brown, Precious Hugger, Valeria Anderson Williams, Roesolia Young (Oct. 30) and John Anderson (Oct. 30). Happy birthday to m y lovely daughter, Kianti Michelle Monroe, wishing you many more, enjoy your day We love you Michelle. From: your father, Willie (Beneine) Monroe; aun-NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Or. 248-8101 or REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Emeritus Early Morning Worship 7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9 :30A. M Morning Worship-10:55 A. M Wed., Family Night 7 P M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 ti e, Gloria J. Crosby; and the rest ofthe family.' Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday t o Linda Parr, who celebrated her natal day on Oc tober 12th! Hope your day was what you wanted!! Ma y the Lord continue to bless you with many many more b i rthdays!! Happy belated birthday wishes are e xtended to Wm ston H. London, who celebrated his natal day on_ October 10! Hope that your day was in the order that you had planned! Love, the fam ily Happy belated birthday wish to Ralisha Ming. Oc tober 25th was her special day. Morning Wor ship 11:00 A M Y PWW -6 :00 P.M E v e ning Wor s h ip 7:00P. M SAINT A.M.E. CIIURCII OF PRO(;tH:SS VILLA<;E, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa .Fl orida 3361 9 (813) 6 77-2411 Sunda). Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M. --Sick And ShutIns Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily pray ers: Ralph Williams, Alfonso Lee, Marie Benson, the Rodgers famil y Waymon Saffore, Phyllis Akes and Shirley Coles. Sympathy Condolences are sent to the entire Howard famil y in the passing of their loved one, Mrs. Anita Paramoure-Howard, who passed Wednesday, Oc t ober 10 2012. The funeral was held Oc tober i 8, 2012 at First Bap tist Church Of College Hill, Rev. Evan Burrows, offi ciating She will be missed by those who knew her. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance, and strength during this time of bereavement Civic Council There will be a cmnmu-Weekly Activities Stnday ctuch sctool 9 : 30 Morning worship 10:45 BtJieCiass 4 :30 R Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M f3t)le Study 7:30 P FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Bllld., Tampa, FL 33619 "Church Office : (813) 677-1 948 "Pastors Office : ( 8 13) 672 Academy Office : {813) 677 Fax : ( 8 13) 67 2 "E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay .rr.com Adult/Children Wo!shlp Times 7:30AM. & 10 : 55 A.M 4 :1!:1!Jiil!t!l(t Sunday 9 :45AM. Adult & Youthl Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Chlldren 7:30P .M. Adult A Satelite Campus Rlr Faith Bible lnsfitute Growilg The Chuch For Global Change (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 :a. 1 Thea. 1 : 8) !< riity meeting Saturday, Octo ber 27, 201 2 at 10 a in. at. the Progress V illage Recr e ation C ente r Homeowner s, directories are a v ailable and women, homeless abus e d public servants and g incarc erat ed ones a Ca ll your news into Glom ria McNair-Johnson at m 813 -3800341. For pick-up call Linda Washington, pres ident Thought For Today Cherish your vision s and your dre ams as the y a r e the c hild ren of your soul, the blueprints of your ultimate achievement. Scripture (Exodus 20:1-3) "And God spoke all these words saying I am the Lord thy God which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt out of the house of bondage Thou shall have no other gods before me. F.Y.I. Remember to vote and pray for Pres; Barack Obama and his family. Also, pray for service men ------------------26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, R. 33687 784-1021 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2012 AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 'Z1, 2012 7 :30PM WORD OF GRACE AND TRUTH CHURCH 3001 E. HANNA AVE. TAMPA, R. 33810 ncKETS $10.00 ADVANCE OR $15 AT THE DOOR FOR MORE I NFORMATION CONTACT SHAVON GRAHAM 813-384-9151 ARTHUR MCKAY 813-748-7299 1\) 0 ...... 1\)

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a: w m B-CU Sells Out Homecoming Game U Bethune-Cookman University had a sell-out crowd in the 0 stadium for the Homecoming game on October 6th. However, there was a 2-hour delay due to thunder storms. When play ended the Wildcats had destroyed the Aggies of South Carolina State, 28-12. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Freddie Hudson, B-CU alumnae, braved the weather to watch the game. B-CU alum, cedric Bell, down from Chicago to enjoy the game and the sunshine, along with his daughter, a current student at B-CU. c a: u.. c z c( USF Bulls Host First Basketball Hoopla C On October 12th, the ffi University of South Florida basketball fans were treated m .... w z to the first-ever Bulls Basketball HoopLa. The event was held at the newly remodeled Sun Dome. Those in attendance had an opportunity to see the USF Athletic Director, ffi Doug Woolard, and USF en President Judy Genshaft c( were on hand to support the C first Bulls Basketball ii: Hoopla. 0 ...I u.. Stan Heath, USF Men' s Head Coach is very optimistic about the upcoming basketball season. returning players in action, the new players, and the goals for the season. The fans were able to win trips, tickets and were treated to a performance by rapper Roscoe Dash. (Photos by Enricco Chow, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Tiffany Cooper, #4, celebrated with the fans after hitting a half court shot! Javontae #23, became a crowd pleaser with his electrifying dunk. Christron, Stepvon, Tre and Jarrid came out to see what it takes to play college basketball. Tampa's own Raquel Watson, Ms. B-CU Alumni tried to stay dry during the game. Tampan, Regina Locke DePass remembering her 14-K days at B-CU. Shalunda Locke and Piollynesia McMillian taking in the Homecoming festivities. One Aggie captured among the crowd from Tampa, Dr. Joan Holmes ofHCC. Aaron Keith, Jorden Aikens-Guzman, B-CU freshman, and his mom, La Cheryl Aikens were at the Homecoming Game. ART MUSIC DANCE '. : > ChUdren. Serving the Tampa Bay area fo.r 30 years Now Enrolling Saturdays 9:00 am-12:00 noon @Taproot Community Center Cypress Tam.,. FL more informatiOn pleaSe (813) 642-7224 $25 Per Week or $15 Per Week For 10 Weeks

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Local ., :!! c Man Credits God, v. A. With Helping Him Recover Volunteers Spread Voter Education 0 0 a m m l:J BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Romney wins. 1\) BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Kelly Beaver knew what was going on around him. Growing up in Chester, Pennsylvania, Beaver was part of an upper-middle class family who had put in place opportunities for their chil dren. But, Beaver allowed himself to be distracted by the life on the streets, and while still in high school, found himself a student and drug dealer. "My family was pretty dis tinguished, and I didn't want to embarrass them, so I joined the U. S. Navy, and became a barber. "After my discharge, I met a widow who had come into a lot of money, and we moved to Ovedo, Florida. I was able to get a barbers license, and eventually opened three shops." Beaver said everything was going great until his father died in 1989, and fell into a deep depression I found myself involved in drugs and alcohol, and going downhill fast. All of the money I was earning was being spent on alcohol and drugs. "I was quite successful and among my clients were a lot of high profile athletes like Sbaquille O'Neal and others." Beaver said his addiction eventually cost him his rela tionship with his wife, and he lost the barber shops, because he wasn t using his gift to its full extent. I allowed the demons to take over my life. During my addiction, I met another woman, and we started a family. I tried to hide my addiction from her and the children, but when I lost all of m y businesses, that's when the reality and pain caused me to search for m y purpose Beaver said as things turned out, he was able to pursue his faith in God and looking back, he said the journey was worthwhile, because it turned him away from the devil. I took the advice of my wife and left that area. I came to Tampa, and as a vet eran, I went to the V.A. and discovered I was qualified for their programs. "I've slowly regained m y sanity, and now after 8 months, I've gone through a drug prevention and recovery program. Now, I'll be able to bring my family to Tampa." Beaver said he was look-KELLY BEAVER ing for work in Tampa when he met Sam Wilson, the owner of the Sharper Image Barbershop. "I told him my story, and he accepted me into his busi ness. Now, I'm working great hours, and realize I have to maintain a balance for myself and my family. "Looking back, I've missed out on the growing up years of my children because of my addiction. I've overcome that, and now I carry the message of what God has done for me, not what I've done for myself." Beaver is currently living in a V.A. Homeless Dormitory, and said he's looking forward to a position with that organization as a Peer Support Specialist. "I think my future looks pretty good right now, but getting here wasn't easy. It took a lot of sacrifice, and dedication, but the reward at the end will make it all worthwhile. Walk-1ns Welcome Shirley Copeland, who lives in West Tampa, but is volunteering in Grant Park and Orient Park, said people just seem disinterested in voting, and others feel they have been let down. "They don't understand that no president on the earth could have turn things around in just 4 years. "As volunteers, we need to encourage them to be patient and give President Obama a chance." Ms. Copeland also urges people to not vote by phone or on-line. "Some people have been told to do this, but it's not true, and your vote won't be counted. "I've also heard stories about residents in nursing homes and assisted living facilities are given blank ballots and told to just sign their names and someone else will fill them out. That's illegal, and needs to stop now." Another volunteer, Ms. Brunette Barker, said people obviously don't understand what they will be losing if Mitt Romney wins. "Most of the comforts you are enjoying now, and the help you're getting from the government will be gone if ''You don't have to take my en word for it. Just listen to what Romney has been saying, and you'll know he means it. I honestly believe we will be living in a state of total dictatorship if Romney wins." Ms. Barker said you can't sit back and don't vote, because that means you don't care about your people or the American dream. "Pe ople need to vote like their lives depend on it, because it just might. There are no excuses for not vot ing. "Our ancestors paid the ultimate price for this right by sacrificing their lives and the lives of their families. We, as a people, must stick together, because we're in this fight until the end." Mrs. Copeland and Ms. Barker said it's a shame that young people feel removed from the act ofvot-in g. 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ocal a: w m Jenenon Holds Annual Homecolling Fashion Show On Oct uth, Jefferson High School held its annual Home0 coming Fashion Show. The fashion show gives the student de0 s i gners and student models an opportunity to showcase their talents. C In addition to the fashion show those in attendance enjoyed fE singing, food and a break dance competition. (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Jefferson Juniors: Tien, Kimberly, Daya, Vimarilyn, Dauzsa, Sannon, and Chassity learned about fashion, marketing and what it takes to plan a successful event. Ave. Tampa Fl 33610 813-37 4-9028 Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Or w. can Bind Cowrace Immediately How do I save my home? A consumer crecflt !oun..,plmg PducdtiOnal cour">e Saturday, October 27, 2012 10:00 AM 2:00 PM Educat ion Workshop: Evaluating your situation Defining Delinquency Identifying the players Learning how to work with your lender Understanding alternatives to foreclosure Detennining options available to you Foreclosure Aal8tance Workshop: The Yotr HOme event is designed to educate and assist families facing foreclosure or who are concerned about their current housing and financial situation The wortshop will provide education on options available to prevent foreclosure and save yow home Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 w. Cypress Street nJmpa, FL 33606 Reservations are not required. m For more Information contact Ida campbell 813-671-G774 or 813-251-3382 Ms. Carla Moore was presented flowers by her class as a token of ap-Robert Gardner and Zaina Lucas were all predation for all of her hard work to smiles as they prepared to be the hosts of the make the show a success. evening. Model Michael Martinez and break dancer Alvaro Tiacuilo-Bernal went over last minute details back stage Shanearer and Emani showed off their tickets to the fashion show.

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M2fte>ween fl,e time ()f when fl,e 2nd are haumng dehghts. drink w;R hate fl,e fright. P. S. D()n't ft>rget fl,e lee! t r Ha\'e Haunttns HaH<>ween t/2 cup tapioca pearls (in the baking aisle) Food coloring 4 tablespoons sugar 8 gummy fish 8 gummy worms Seltzer water Lemonade DIRECTIONS: The Eggs: Bring 6 cups of water to a boil and add the tapi oca pearls. Reduce the heat slightly and boil the pearls, stirring occasion ally, for 20 to 25 minutes. Color The Eggs: Divide the pearls, with the remaining water, between two bowls. Add food coloring -3 drops of yellow and 1 drop of green in one bowl, and 4 drops of blue in the other and 2 tablespoons of sugar to each bowl. Stir mixtures, then allow them to sit uncovered for 20 to 25 minutes. Drain and rinse the pearls with cold water. Assemble The Drink: Put 2 tablespoons pearls ip. a glass and drop in a gummy fish. Fill the glass with seltzer water, add a splash oflemonade. Put a gummy worm on a spoon and serve. ke s,iders: Grab a bag of spider rings from the dollar store and cut the ring part off. Then put them in ice cube tray s with red colored water or flavored juice. The kiddos will squeal when they sit down to dinner and see colorful spiders floating i n Put the worms in an i ce-cube tray, l etting them stick out of the top and sprawl over the edges and fill tray with water ; freeze. Add cubes to a clear beverage ; and watch as "T1 kids squirm with deljght. r-Create 0 Trim the ends of a radish :!! (make sure it's small enough to fit in an ice-cube tray) ,and CJ) use a paring knife to scrape m off most of the red skin Leave Z just enough red to give the ::::1 radish a veined appearance. Rinse the radish off and use a small melon bailer to r cut t/2-inch-diameter hole into the radish. Put an CD olive into the hole, and put the radish in the ice-cube tray Pour water over eyeballs, and freeze. rz c m r-(j) m c G') m ...... ...... I m

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SUITE 140 TAMPA, FL 33617 OFFICE: 813-985-2333 FAX : 813-8746 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 Healthv litestvle Habits anerBreastCancersuruerv As many as 2.3 million American women have sur vived breast cancer or are liv ing with breast cancer after surgery or other treatment. Mos't cancer survivors want to do everything they can to recover from surgery. If you are one of these women, you need to know nutrition and exercise can play a key role in regaining optimum health. What To Eat To Ease Symptoms Here are some ways to ease symptoms of nausea after breast cancer treat ment: Eat several smaller meals throughout the day instead of three big meals. Try protein shakes, yo gurt, and liquid protein drinks when solid foods cause you to feel sick. Try simple soups, such as chicken with vegetables and broth if nausea is an issue. What To Eat To Aid Healing Here are some ways to in crease your protein intake: Add protein powder or dry milk to dishes to boost their protein level. Add grated cheese to vegetables, potatoes, rice, and salads to increase pro tein and calories. Add high-protein snacks such as almonds, peanuts, and cheese to your diet. What To Eat To Prevent Recurrence Phytochemicals. 'Phyto' means plant are chemicals found in plant foods. Some phytochemicals have been studied for their potential anti-cancer benefits and their ability to prevent recur rence. Soy. Soybeans contain phytoestrogens. These are weak estrogen-like com-: pounds. Soybeans (also called edamame), tofu, soy milk, and miso soup all con tain these phytoestrogens. Some researchers think they can help protect against the kind of breast cancer that de pends on estrogen for its growth. Experts agree that more research is needed to fully understand the role phytoestrogens might play in preventing breast cancer re currence. In the meantime, ask your doctor whether eat ing a moderate amount of soy foods -one to three servings a day is advised for you. It's possible it may interfere with hormone ther apy or some other treatment. There is a link between estro gen levels and breast cancer growth. But how various hormone therapies, surgery, phytoestrogens from foods, and recurrence of cancer are all related is, as yet, far from understood. Antioxidants. Mimy vegetables, fruits, nuts, and other foods contain antioxi dants. Examples of specific foods with antioxidants in clude broccoli, liver, and mangos. Antioxidants pro tect your cells from damage from "free radicals." These are atoms or groups of atoms thought to trigger cancer growth. Dietitians advise eat ing a balanced diet with a va riety of fresh foods to provide antioxidants. That's better than taking high "mega doses of vitamin C vitamin E, or other antioxidants. Beta-Carotene. Beta carotene gives carrots apri cots yams and other orange-colored vegetables and fruits their color. Results of studies examining the re lationship between breast cancer and beta-carotene are inconsistent. But there are some studies that suggest that a diet high in beta-carotene-rich foods may re duce the risk of death from breast cancer. Lycopene. Lycopene is what puts the red in toma toes and the pink in pink grapefruit. It might also help prevent recurrence of breast cancer in some women. Studies haven't shoWn a con sistent benefit, though. An Anti-Cancer Diet? Here are some guidelines you can use for planning an anti-cancer diet. You might also want to consider con sUiting with a registered die titian. The dietitian can give you more personalized ad vice on the best diet and nu, trition plan for your condition Choose low-fat protein, such as roaSted chicken and baked fish, rather than steak, duck, sausages, or other high-fat meats. Try to eat five servings of a wide variety of vegetables and fruits each day. Avoid or eliminate processed meats linked to cancer. This includes meats such as bacon, bologna, hot dogs, ham, and smoked meats. Choose whole-grain products like whole-wheat bread and brown rice rather than white bread and white rice. Cut back or eliminate al cohol. Limit yourself to one to two drinks a day at most. Post-Treatment Exercises 1. Talk with your doc tor before starting. For the first days and weeks after breast cancer surgery, focus on protecting your incision. Also focus on protecting any other tender areas from bumping and bruising. Avoid carrying children or heavy groceries. Consider seeing a physical therapist experi enced with breast cancer. 2. Choose an exercise you enjoy. The best exer cise for you is the one you'll stay with and enjoy -and one that's safe, given your type of breast cancer surgery. Start with brisk walking. Or try using a stationary bike so you can sit upright without leaning on your arms. 3 Work up to 30 min utes, five days a week. Progress slmyly and safely in the months following sur gery. Eventually, you may be able to work up to the Amer ican Cancer Society's general guidelines for cancer preven tion unless your doctor has advised against it b(l.sed on your age or medical con dition.

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Los1nu1o lbs. can IIDurove Your Lne Trv These Tips For I Heal.thier You You know you have a few pounds to lose, but you're having trouble getting moti vated, right? Well keep this in mind: losing just 10 pounds can lead to some very surprising benefits, from better sex to a bigger pay check. Better Health: Extra pounds can lead to diabetes. By dropping 5 to 10 percent of your weight, you'll lower your risk by nearly 60 per cent. Better Brain: Fat may make you forgetful. Shed 10 pounds and, chances are, you'll stay smarter arid more focused. Better Fitness: For every pound of fat you lose, you move up to 4 seconds faster. Plus your body won't have to work as hard to stay active. In addition your risk for injury will diminish, too since every pound of body weight translates to about 4 pounds of force on your an kles, knees and hips (10 extra pounds means 40 pounds of pressure on your joints). Better Mood: You can feel more confident and up beat by shedding pounds. It's enough of a change to improve your body image, boost your energy level and support your mental health. Better Fat Cells: By los ing weight, you actually make the fat cells smaller. Translation: smaller waist, slimmer thighs and a lower risk of heart disease. Better Paycheck: Women with excess pounds make nearly $10,000 less per year than their average weight coworkers possibly because they tend to be less assertive. Better Sex: Two things that increase sex drive are feeling comfortable with your body and confidence. Losing weight can help in crease both of these things. Lessen Inflammation With Aloe Aloe is rich in salicylic acid, an active ingredi ent found in as pirin. Aloe also contains side ef fect-free anti-in flammatories that reduc e pain and increases joint flexibility. Tip: Mix aloe with O.J. in the morning. Repair Joints With A Side Salad Eating a daily half-cup of romaine, spinach, parsley and/ or broccoli could cut your risk of with arthritis pain by 30%. These greens are rich in Vitamin K, a nutrient that helps build, repair and strengthen joint tissue. Tip: Adding a little oil have Medicare & Medicaid triples your absorption of fat-soluble Vitamin K. Reduce Your Risk Of Arthritis Eating carrots, sweet po tatoes and other orang e foods that are rich in beta cryptoxanthin, a plant com pound, can reduce your risk by 48%, and cut youi stiff ness and pain by 33%. Tip: You only need fl/2 cups daily of orange produce to put the brakes on joint in flammation and kick-start healing of damaged tissue. Cure Congestion With Horseradish If you have a stuffy nose, eat horseradish. It contains a chemical. Tip: If you can't stand the heat, a few sniffs from a jar of horseradish will give you the same benefits. Aches With Brazil Nuts Eating Brazil Nuts which are rich in es sential min erals can cut women's risk of knee arthritis by 38%, plus it reduces the amount of pain meds y ou might need. Tip: Eating just 1 nut per day can prevent a deficiency and a single nut contains up to 100 meg. of selenium. Boost Your Immune System Eat garlic to zap viruses faster. They are packed with 70 different sulfur com pounds raw materials needed to build fast, powerful, virus-killing white blood cells. Tip: Eating 1-2 cloves daily can boost your immune system strength by 40%. 1-855-431-1609 7 days a week 8:00a.m.-8 :00p.m. Oct. 15th to Feb. 14th Monday-Friday 8:00a.m.8 :00p. m. Outside dates mentioned www.floridahealthcareplus.com A Health Plan with a Medicare contract. The benefit information provided herein is a brief summat)4 not a comprehensive description of benefit. For more Information please contact the plan. Benefits, Formulary. Pharmacy network, premium and/fX co-payments/co-insurance may change on January 1st 2014. You must continue to pay your Part 8 premium. You may be able to get ertra help to pay for your prescription drug premiums and costs. To see if you qualify for getting extra help, call 1-800-MEOICA.RE (1-800-633-4227) (TIY/TDO 1 -S77-4S6-204S) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; The Social Security Office at 1 -S00-772-1 21 3 between 7 am and 7 pm Monday through Friday TTY user should call 1 -S00-325-077S; or Your State Medicaid Office You can also contact Aorida Healthcare Plus Customer Service Department at 1-S66-9SS-2210, we are open 7 days a week Sam to Spm October 15, 2012 until February 14,2013 then Monday through Friday Sam to Spm. (TTY/TOO users should call 1-800-955-S770). This info Is available for free in other languages, contact Florida Healthcare Plus for additional information. umitations, copayments, and restrictions may H4199_MKT _FlY _148_ FILE&USE _08162012 0 a m m ::a 1\) Jn 1\) 0 ..... 1\) ., r 0 en m z .... z m r 'UI c: r r :z; c: m r c;; :J: m c m < m .... c m en c )> z c ., c ..... Ul I m

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MOTHER GENELLE JORDAN Happy birthday wish es are extended to: Mother Genelle Jordan, of Lakeland, who is celebrating another year of life on Oct. c 26th (TODAY!); Odessa a: Collier, of Clearwater, who u.. will celebrate her special day on Oct. 29th; and to c( Lakeland gentleman Larry Johnson (Nov. 1st) c May the Lord bless each ffi of you with many more :::l years of life! t> The Home Mission Department of Lakeland's Victory Temple, Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor, hosted its 2012 annual Women in White celebra-tion on Sun Oct. 21st. The chosen theme for this beau tiful occasion was 'Moving Forward' Ephesians 4:3-4. Evangelist Mayme Williamson served as Mistress of Ceremony. On program were: Sis. Regina Phillips and Sis. Elnora Burroughs, Devotional Leaders; the Welcome and Occasion, Sister Lessie Jordan; Responsive Reading of Philippians 3 :7-21; a Reading by Sis. Mary McElrath; Offertory Service -Missionary Margaret Johnson and Mother Mamie Barnum; Solo Sis. Rachel Saintfort; A Reading by Mother Dorothy Jones; Introduction of the Speaker -Elder Charlie Pittman; The Appreciation b y Mother Princess Fortson; and Benediction Remarks -Elder Phillips. Selections of praise and worship were rendered by All Victory Temple COGBF Women, The Glass Sisters, and The Fortson Singers. The Messenger of the Hour was Evangelist Patricia Pittman. After the service the members and guests enjoyed fellowship and an array of delicious foods in the church's dining hall Remember To Vote Every American citizen who is qualified to vote should vote in every elec tion. The General Election is November 6, 2012. The Polk County Voters League is an organization of common citizens with the mission to help educate and to assist in the electing of the very best candidates. Lakeland' s Attorney Larry Hardaway is the President of this organiza tion. Polk County Votersyou are encouraged to vote on all candidate races, all Judges and all constitution al amendments. Early vot ing is available during the period of October 27th through November 3rd. Polk County Voters -If you have any questions or are uncertain about the matters that relate to the upcoming election contact Attorney Hardaway at (863) 688-7777. Shaw-NtifShout-Out This week s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to the students of Polk County's Mulberry High School, Patricia Barnes, Principal, for the effort to assist families who are in need of food for the holidays. The Key Club is asking local businesses, organiza tions and the general public to donate turkeys and/or hams. Their goal is to provide Mulberry High students and their families, along with other community schools with meals during the holiday season. Families who need the assistance will be provided with a basket of canned goods that include a turke y or a ham. During the period of Sept nth Sept. 28th, the school collected more than 10 ,000 canned good s during its annual 9 -11 Day of Service Canned Food Drive. That particular mission commemorates the 9-11 attacks and observes Sept. nth as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. For further information call the school office at (863) 701-1104. Talk To Shaw-Ntif Shaw-NuJ 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: shawnuftalk@yahoo &.Q.ill or calling (863) 5138437. Shaw-NtifTalk will share your exciting news with the readership! a:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------w > w c w J: fJ) ::::i m :::l D.. z j::: w ..J ..J :::l m Awards Breakfast Held At The lakeland Center 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-NuJ) The Polk County Clerk of Court was among the Polk Works Best Places to Work 2012 award recipients. Staff members of The Estate at Carpenters were elated to receive a 2012 Best Places to Work award. The Citrus Connection displayed its bus that honors the services of our veterans.

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s 6 !< 0 0 a m m :J:J 1\) 1\) Notice -of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92,. beginning at 6:00 p.m., November 13, 2012, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE; BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. .SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 12-Q859-RV, (Sch) filed on 09/13/2012 !:>Y South Bay Community Church, Inc., represented by Amaden Engineering LLC of 1309 Providence Rd., Brandon, FL 33511, ph 813-413-5955, requesting a Special Use Permit for a school. The property is 27.58 acres and is presently zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 31 Range 20 or 13498 S. U.S. Hwy 301. Petition SU 12-0860-TNC (AB), filed on 09/13/2012 by Antonio Cotto, of 5355 Southwick Dr., Tampa, FL 33624; ph 813-562-1531, requesting a distance separation wavier for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit (Beer & wine for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant). The property is 1,665 .32 sq. ft. and is presently zoned CG.It is located in all or parts of Section 36 Tow{lship 2(i Range 17 or 5522 Hanley Rd. Petition SU 12-0882 TNC (AB), filed on 09/19/12 by Offbeat Hookah Lounge LLC, represented by Dixie Liberty of 5719 Tanger Lake Rd Lithia, FL 33547, ph 813-817.;ass5, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP-X (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on the license:ct premises only). The property is 2,584.5 $Q.ft. and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 28 Range 17 or 8140 W. Waters Ave. Petition SU 12-0890 BR (AB), filed -on 09/21/12 by Vincent A .Marchetti-Gi'eenberg Traurig, P.A., of 625 E. Twiggs St. I 100, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-318-5700, requesting a distance separation waiver for an_ Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises-package sales). The property is 12,0n sq. ft. and is presentlY zoned PO (02-217). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 29 Range 20 or SE cor of Kings Ave. & W. Lumsden Rd. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 12-0874 WM, filed on 09/1412012 by Nicodemuz & Antonia Vasquez, of P.O. Box 1253, Wimauma, FL 33598, ph 813-481-2160, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to RSC-6 (MH). The property is .55 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 10 Township 32 Range 20 or 5906 Edina St. Petition RZ 12..()891 BR, filed on 09/21/2012 by Star Property Development; LLC, represented by Kevin Mineer, Genesis Group, 3910 U.S. Hwy 301 N. I 140, Tampa, FL 33619, ph 813-62Q-4500 X 5119, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to RSC-9 (R). The property is 33.48 ac and is located in all or parts _of Section 34 Township 29 Range 20 or NIS of Lak9view Dr., 200' W/0 Climate DrNillage Court. Petition RZ 12-0892 BR, filed on 09/21/2012 by BK Family Investment Partnership 1 LTD, represented by Kevin Mineer, Genesis Group, 3910 US Hwy 301 N. I 140, Tampa, FL 33619, ph 813-62Q-4500 X 5119, requesting a zone change from AS-1 toM. The property is 1.02 ac ahd is located in all or parts of Section 31 Township 29 Range 20 or SIS of Wes Kearney Way, 400' W/0 Crescent Park Dr. Petition RZ 12-0893-USF, filed on 09/21/2012 by Donald Burkett, represented by Donald Kipp, of 16110 N. Florida Ave., Lutz, FL 33549, ph 813-957-3162, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to CG The property is .84 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 31 Township 27 Range 19 or EIS of N. 12th St., 200' S/0 Sinclair Hills Rd. Petition RZ 12-Qn?-VR, filed on 08/15/2012 by 301 Tampa, LLC, represented by Molloy & James, 325 S Boulevard Ave., Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-7157, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 (R) (06-1333) to PD. The property is 20 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 04 Township 30 Range 21 or $IS of Durant Rd., 50' E/0 Colewood Lane. Petition RZ 12-Q793 GB, filed on 08/17/2012 by Tampa Amalgated Steel Corp, represented by Timothy H Powell, of P 0 Box 1016, Tampa, FL 33601-1016, ph 813-204-9554, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 (MH) to PD. The property is 1.35 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 30 Range 19 or SIS of Lewis Ave., 200' W/0 U.S. Hwy 41. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 12-o325-BR, filed on 02114/2012 by Todd Pressman, Pressman & Assoc., Inc., of P.O. Box 6015, Palm Harbor, FL 34684, ph 727-804-1760, requesting a major modification to add drive-thru as an allowable use. The property is .71 ac and is presently zoned PO (ZC 92-0081) .1t is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 20 orNE cor of Limona Rd. & S.R. 60. Petition MM 12-Q779-RV, filed on 08/15/2012 by DR Horton, Inc., represented by Peter Pensa, Avid Group, of 2300 Curlew Rd.,# 201, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, ph 727-789-9500, requesting a major modification to retain GOP as Development Option "Nand add office use as a permitted use as Development Option "B". The property is 50.62 ac and is presently zoned PO (06-0551 ).It is located in all or parts of Section 07 Township 31 Range 20 or E/S of Bull Frog Creek Rd., 3/4 mi N/0 Big Bend Rd Petition MM 12-Q794-GCN, ftled on 08/17/2012 by Michael D. Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., # 200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a major modification to change 6 approved guest cottages to two 4,800 s.f. professional office buildings. The property is 3.58 ac and presently zoned PO (07-2001).1t is located in all or parts of Section 22 Township 28 Range 18 or E/S of Twin Lakes Blvd 50' N/0 Colwell Ave. INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 3:00PM ON 11n/12 VIDEO STORAGE UPGRADE. 3:00PM ON.-11/8/12 HYDROFLUOSILICIC ACID 25% BASIS 3:30PM ON 11/8/12 WASTE RECEPTACLES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall-constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 10126112 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 e. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II EMPLOYMENT Drivers: Local, Great Pay And Benefits Home Eveiy Day Paid Holidays/Vacation 401K COL-A w/X End School Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 www.f'wiHer.c:orn/flsenl"inelb II ., r-0 :J:J g C/) m z ::::! z m r-m c r r-gJ z "a c m !: m c m -1 c m )lt z c ., 3:!. c

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N ,.... 0 N tD N w m 0 0 >.;' a: LL c a: LL c z c UJ w ::::l tw > w c w :I: UJ ::J m ::::l ll. z ..J ..J ::::l m ..J w z i= z w UJ a: 0 ..J LL m I co ,.... II TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-001-13 PENDOLA POINT RECLAIMED WATER & FORCE MAIN SERVICE PROJECT NO. 13-Q471 0 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested in constructing a twelve inch (12") reclaimed water line and an eight inch (8") wastewater force main from the City of Tampa's Howard F. Curren Wastewater Treatment (WWTP) to the NexLube facility on Pendola Point for approximately 16,500 LF (including approximately 2 700 linear feet of horizontal directional drill (HOD). At the request of the City of Tampa, the reclaimed water line size shall be sixteen inches (16") for the HOD. A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Friday, November 2, 2012 at 9:00a.m. in the TPA Board Room on the first floor of 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are required to attend. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com). Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Sealed bids are due by Friday, November 30, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. when all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. F irms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will cons i der SBE participation when evaluating the bids. Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050 II Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CNH Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 FOR RENT Temple Terrace River Oaks 1 Bedroom Condo Washer/Dryer Included Covered Parking Gated Community $685.00/Monthly Call (813) 264-5464 (813) 265-2328 Evenings BLICATION DEADLINES uesaav Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday EdHion -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEM-ENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And 60e For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad I I NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the C i ty Code, notice is hereby given that a 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 violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below descr i bes 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 gjty 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, P.lease call the Office of the c'ity Clerk at (813) 274-7286. CASE I 12..()5396 FERNANDEZ, MARIA D. 2410 DURHAM ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-58 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 17 BLOCK 6 190442 0000 MC KINLAY DAVID M. 3215 W. DE LEON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-56 LICATA AND NUCCI O LOTS BLOCK2 116750.0000 HOF,DENNIS 2202 CORRINE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-49 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOTS 13 AND 14 BLOCK 20 190666.0000 CASE I 12-o5864 ORTIZ, MARIA 2218 CHAPIN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-231 AND 19-232 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 21 BLOCK 37 190952 .0000 CASE I 12-10211 KREMER; JOHN T. AND KREMER, JULIE KO 909 W. CYPRESS ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-231 KNOWLES SUBDIVISION TO WEST TAMPA LOTS BLOCK 1 179805 .0000 CASE I 12 TIMOTHY A. ZINK 1701 BAYSHORE BLVD, TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-50 ADAMS ADDITION TO RICHARDSON PLACE LOTI 186218 0012 CASE 112 HO, SAMUEL C AND HO, BICHNGA N. 5811 MARINER ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-59 MARINER ESTATES LOT35 112622 .0000 CASE 112-121174 KOCSIS, JOSEPH AND KOCSIS, USA 5123 E BROADWAY AVE TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1!H9 1!1 AND19-231 SCHLEY LOTS 1 2 3 4 AND 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 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 21, 2012 at 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in vio l ation of the City of Tampa Code. Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), v i olation 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. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Off ice of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 CASE t 12 JOHNSON, CONRAD D AND JOHNSON GISELLE C 3816 W WISCONSIN AVE., TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS: 5-104. 3 5-108.4 AND 5-105.1 INTERBAY LOT 10 BLOCK 25 133218.0000 CASE t 12-14497 LEE HYO KEUN AND LEE, KYUNG SOOK 3300 W COLUMBUS DR., -3304 TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, 5. 4 AND 5-105. 1 MICHIGAN HEIGHTS LOTS 17 TO 26 INCL BLOCK 2 110427.0000 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 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. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK 25,000 Per Year Working From Home Don't Believe It Don't Call!!! Call Andre (813) 395-5272 Part -Time Bus Drivers Needed Must Have CDL Class B With P Endorsement Clean Driving Record And Background Call (813) 412-4168 TL Parks Financial Is Seeking Present/Former Loan Officers And Mortgage Brokers For Credit Correction Company Unlimited Income Potential Call (813) 405-7205 Fast Growing Company Is Expanding Looking For A Select Few Individuals Who Are Willing To Learn How They Can Make An Extra $5,000.00-$10,000 .00 Monthly Part-Time By Living Life On Their Terms And Also EARN An Additional $15 300.00 Yearly In Lifestyle Bonuses! Interviews Are Being Scheduled II So Call To Schedule Yours Today! (813) 758-5386 Or (727) 455-1537 FOR RENT Condo -Pond View Near Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Gated Community Swimming Pool Laundry Water And Sewer Included (813) 39Q-4169 II

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a resu l t of be ing unable to effectuate certif ied mail no t ice to violato r s of the C i ty Code not i ce i s hereby given that a Tampa Mun i c i pal Code Enforcement Hear i ng Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 7, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases. Whi ch are in v i o l at ion of the C i ty of Tampa Code Information l i sted bel ow describes the case number prope r ty owner(s ) vio l ation address code sect i on vio l ated and legal descr i pt i on of subject property i n that order. The hear ing w ill be held i n City Council C h ambers 3rd Floor C i ty Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Flor i da. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to d i scuss the alleged v i o l at i ons. Should anyone have any questions r egarding these cases please call the Office of the C i ty Clerk at (8 13) 274 7286 CASE I 11-25973 WATKINS CHRISTINA MICHELL 2615 E 111TH AVE ., TAMPA FL SEC T I ON S : 1 9-46, 1 9-4 9 AND 19-50 SH ERWOOD HEIGHTS U NI T NO. 2 L OT 3 BLOCK 8 140973.0000 CASE I 11-21787 GREENPARK RESIDENCES LLC REG AGT ROSS COPELUTl 5004 N 1liTH ST., TAMPA FL SECT I ONS : 19-231 AND 19-232 HODGES SHADY GROV E LOTS 1 2 7 AND 8 157552 0000 CASE II 11-26279 12TH STREET LAND TRUST UTD 1 5-08 C/0 GRAUNKE C TRUSTEE 3509 N 12TH ST. AlB, TAMPA FL SECT I ONS: 1 9 26 AND 1 9 -231 L O T BE G 214 FT N A ND 17FT E OF S W C OR O F N l> O F S E 14 O F NW 14 AND RUN N 41 FT E 183FT S43FTW70 FT N 2FT AND W 113 FT T O BEG 172542.0000 CASE 112.01157 AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC 8119 N.11TH ST. TAMPA FL SECT I ONS : 1 9 -131, AND 1 9 -57 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADD I TION LOT 1 BLOCK 45 146710 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified ma i l notice to v i olators 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 hea r the below l i sted cases. Wh i ch are in v i olation of the City of Tampa Code. Information li sted below describes the case number p r operty owne r (s) v i olat i on address code sect ion v i olated a n d l egal description of subject prope r ty in tha t order The hear ing w ill be held i n C i ty Counc i l Chambers 3rd Floor, C i ty Hall 315 E Kennedy B l vd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to d i scuss the alleged v i o l at i ons Should anyone have any quest i ons rega r d ing these cases please call the Office of the C i ty C l erk at (813) 274 7286 CASE 111125748 FSJ ROOMING HOUSE LLC 2818 N NEBRASKA AVE ., TAMPA FL SECTION : 27-237 BY RA NS S UBD IV ISIO N S 33 FT OF L O T 2 A N D N 27 FT O F LOT3B L OCK 1 18326 1 0000 CASE I 12.02699 EDWARDS SHIRLENE AND ANDREWS, GERTRUDE 4602 N TROY ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 1 9-56SECTI ON : 27184 ZIO N H EI GHTS A D DIT I ON LOTS 17 AND 18 1 56823 0000 CASE II 12.07976 ARENAS, BERNARDO Ill, ARENAS TONYA 3110 W HORATIO ST., A & B TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 27-n T A BLE 4-1 URANI A E 80 FT O F NW 14 O F LOT 2 B L OC K P 116541.0000 CASE 112-10414 1902 E 7TH AVE INC C/0 REG AGENT JOHN B BREWER, JR. 1 902 E 7TH AVE 1908 TAMPA FL YBOR C I TY BLOCK Y LOT 6 B LOCK 80 1 973 1 6 0000 CASE I 12.05209 WILUAMS, VIVIAN J. 2614 E 9TH AVE TAMPA FL SECTION : 27-129 GARYTOWN L OT 3 BLOCK 11 1890 7 2 0030 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter cons i dered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceed i ngs i s made which record includes the test i mony and evidence upon wh i ch the appeal is to be based IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26 FLORIDA 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 SUPPC>AT T .... E FLC>AID-A. SENTINEL -A.DVERTISEAS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified ma i l not i ce to v i olators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a publ i c hearing on November 14, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases Whi ch are in v i olat i on of the City of Tampa Code Informat ion listed bel ow describes the case number property owner(s), violation address code sect i on v i olated and l ega l description of subject property in that order. t he hearing will be held i n C i ty Council Chambers 3 r d Floor City Hall, 315 E Kennedy B lvd., Tampa, Flor i da. Affected property owners w ill be g i ven the opportunity to discuss the alleged vio l at i ons Shou l d anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Off i ce of the City Clerk at (813) 274 7286 CASE II 12.02442 EXCELSIOR ENTERPRISES USA INC 8822 N FLOR I DA AVE. TAMPA FL C O DE SECT I ON : 20 5 MANOR H I LLS SUBDI VISION LOTS 20 AND 2 1 L ES S HWY B LOC K 2 9 9944 0000 CASE I 12-o6841 TRUST 1708 DATED 02-25-2000 C/0 B L MILLER TUSTEE 708 E SENECA AVE., TAMPA FL COOE SECTION : 19 26 CENTRAL HE I GHTS LOTS 13 & 14 ANDEl> CLOSED AL LEY ABUTT I NG ON W BLOCKB 95978 0000 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certif i ed mail notice to violators of the C i ty Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hear ing Master has scheduled a publ i c hearing on November 14, 2012 at 1 :00 p m. to hear the below listed cases Which are i n v i olation of the City of Tampa Code. Info r mation l i sted below describes the case number property owner(s) violat i on address code sect i on v i olated and l egal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held i n City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor C i ty Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners w ill be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged vio l ations. Should anyone have any quest i ons regard ing these cases please call the Off i ce of the C i ty C l erk at (813) 274-7286 CASE 1112-14264 JIMMY TREE SERVICE ( NON.OWNER) 2429 W PROSPECT RD., TAMPA F L C O DE SEC TIO NS : 13-45 ( A ) ( 2), 13-45 ( A ) (3) 13 N E W S UBU R B BEAUTI F UL W 'h O F L O T 75 A N D LO T 7 6 1 17569.0000 P l ease note that if any person decides to appeal any decis i on made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter cons i de r ed at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceed i ngs i s made which record i ncludes the testimony and ev i dence upon whi ch the appeal i s 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. 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c a: u. c z <( c en w ::::) tw > w c w %: en ::::; m ::::) Q. z i= w ...J TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. P-Q04-13 STATE LEGISLATIVE SERVICES The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualif ied Firms interested in providing legislat ive services at the state level. All i nterested firms will obta i n a copy of the solicitation Instruct i ons and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa FL 33602. Submittals are due by 1 :00 p.m., Fri day Npvember 16, 2012 Responses will be opened at 1 :00 p.m. on the same date. TPA will. hold A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating in the teleconference. See Section A, Paragraph 1.1 of the solicitation for teleconference details. RFP Submittals shall include a letter indicating the Firm's interest and completion of the RFP Documents i ncluding a Vendor's Quest i onna ire. Firms failing 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' s Small Business Enterprise (SSE) policy has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation on all projects. In the event the goal is not attained the TPA examines good faith efforts in eva l uating the submittals. Questions concerning this RFP should be directed to Donna Casey TPA Procurement Department at (813) 905-5044 e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com or faxed to (813) 905-5050. 1.\;;;;;;;;;;11 II HOMES FOR RENT II w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J u. m 0 N W CJ USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 00 Call 813-220-3633 Check Us Out On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter At www.twitter.con1/ FLSENTINELB Handyman Special Needs Work 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Spacious, Fenced $700.00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit VIsit Pauline Morgan On Facebook Homeless No More Call (813) 398-0992 Nice 3/2! Owner Looking For Good Family! Newer 3/2, Block Home Central Heat/Air Storage Unit Recently Reduced Rent Section 8/Credit Problems OK!!! Free Application www.jlmrents.com Or Call 813161G-7186 No Pets, Please! HOMES FOR RENT II II APTS. FOR RENT 3/1 -West Tampa Cable Ready Tile Family Room, Fenced Plant High/Blake Magnet School District $895.00/Monthly Plus Deposit (813) 879-5959 Sulphur Springs Large 3 And 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced CHA $850.00/Monthly Or $1,000.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 2230 East Emma Street Section 8 Ok 5 Bedrooml2 Bath New Home Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 50th/Columbus Area 3 Bedrooml1 Bath Central HIA WID Hook-up $750.001Monthly $500.001Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 526-6099 First Month Free $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Newly Remodeled 2 Bedrooml1 Bath House With Carport 3620 Machado $650.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 7008 N. Palmetto Lane Like New 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Block House Central A/C, Tile Floors, Refrigerator, Range WID Hook-Up Fenced Yard $1, 175.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcomed Call Harold 813-293-26n 8605 Tidewater Trail University Area 4 Bedroorn/1 Y2 Bath 12301 North 11th Street Washer/Dryer Hook-Up, 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat And Air $550.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Includes Water Call (813) 727-6782 Two Months FREE With $600 00/Security On Section 8? 813-971-0341 We Have The Houses Move In Special For You 1st Month 1h Off Call Now At Very Spacious 813.309.9988 2 Bedroom/2 Bath And Ask For Myra $625.00/Monthly $300.00 Movr-ln Fee Busch Gardens Area A/C New Tile / Carpet Newly Remodeled Call (8t3) 298-2499 Section 8 Accepted 4 Bedrooml2 Bath Studio Apartment Large Fenced Yard For Rent $1, 000 00/Monthly Water Electric Call (813) 298-4521 And Cable Included 1 Month Rent II II Plus Deposit APTS. FOR RENT Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 236-2395 Ybor City 3606Y:z North 15th Street Now leasing Cinnamon Cove 3 Bedroom Apartments Upstairs Apartment $199 00 Move-In Special $595.00/Monthly 1 And 2 Bedrooms $600.00/Deposit Available Now CHAAndWSG For Immediate Move http : //assuredpropertycare. web.com Section 8 Welcome (813) 506-3603 Se Habla Espaf\ol Contact Us At Apartments For Rent (813) 971-5254 Nice, Clean Quiet North Tampa And Beautiful Temple Terrace 1 & 2 Bedrooms $450 00 $500.00 2 And 3 Bedrooms No Smoking/No Drugs From $750.00 Credit Background WDH 0 Deposit And Income Checked No Application Fee Seniors And Working Section 8 People Preferred Vouchers Welcome (813) 298-8245 813-915-9787 I I I I \ I i \ i I I i \ :\ j < f "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' SentlneiBultin (813) 248-1921 II

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N .,... 0 N II u) N a: W ID 0 0 a: u.. II c a: LL c z ct c en w :;) ?r w > w c w II en :::::i ID :;) a.. z j::: w ..J ..J :;) ID ..J w z j::: z w en a: 0 ..J u.. II II SELL YOUR CAR II WE BUY HOUSES II II WORD PROCESSING II I Will Buy Your Trade-Ins Or Any Vehicle Toyota, Nissan Lexus, lnfiniti, Acura Or Any Model If You Still Owe The Bank No Problem Paying Up To $25,000 {813) 335-3794 SELL YOUR HOME I Am A Real Investor Looking To Buy Between 5 And 7 Houses This Month Offers Within 24 Hours (813) 506-0946 I Buy Houses CASH! II ,. ... .... -. '-.--.-:;. :-... ... -::: ant U. is helpforJW. Loss of a siCknesS, You can be : ... .- ... ''; { J J ,.1 I r 1 800 551-/767 Call Dr. -Cross Now. Dr. Ctoee can he_,youWr'e all othert 1 -800-!:>31-fi61Ioll free hae tailed. Quick Sale Fair Price Guaranteed Offer II SPIRITUALIST II rll;;;;;;;ll Can. 813-999-4594 (24 Hours) SPIRITUALIST II Spiritualist Healer Advisor True Woman Of God Can Help You On Love Marriage, Business Sister Maya Can Remove Bad Luck, Evil Spirits {813) 379-1151 7512 N. Armenia Avenue Sister Grace II 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health And Business Special Readings $5.00 MOTHER GRIFFIN Offers Special Prayers And Gives Luck! Don't be discouraged if others have failed. I can help you overcome bad luck, evil influences, spells, unatural conditions surrounding you. Has your loved one changed? Are you in distress? Whatever the problem, I can help in one visit. Satisfcation! CALL ME TODAY! 813-sn-2971 4927 83rd Street WE BUY CARS II 1 Will Buy Your Trade Ins Or Any Vehicle Honda, Toyota, Nissan Lexus, lnfiniti, Acura Or Any Model If You Still Owe The Bank No Problem Paying Up To $25,000 (813) 335-3794 II I Am A Real Investor Looking To Buy Between 5 And 7 Houses This Month Offers Within 24 Hours {813) 506-0946 We Buy Houses! Can' t Refinance? Foreclosure, Divorce? Costly Repairs? Behind On Payments? Save Your Cred it NOW! Call 813-999-4594 (24 Hours) WINDSHILEDS 4401 North 40th Street Windshields $99 00 & Up Most Cars Power Window Repair $39.00 & Up {813) 325-6529 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. V:zc:e? .S'J7e?cz.kzTZg fe7:r-# 4 < :I_ .::3 :> :2!. :I_ :2!. :I_ II I Pay Cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your House I Can Provide You Wrth: 1. Proof _Of Funds: Proving Have The Cash To Buy Your House. 2. References: Phone Numbers Of People I've Bought Houses From Recently. Occupational LICenu: That I Am A Legitimate Business Owner. Before You Sell Your House To Some Scrupulous Person Make Sure They Can Offer You The Same Credentials. Some Investors Make False Claims That They Have The Money To Buy Your House But Really Do Not. I Also Encourage You To Consult With Your Attorney Before Selling Me Your House Qr Anyone Else. We Value Our Relationship With The Community And Appreciate The Continued Support Over The Years. I've Helped Hundreds Of People Get Cash Fast For Their House Since August, 2000. I'm Here To Help You And Will Not Let You Down. Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext.11 Angel Ferguson's Word Processing Tools For Your Business Needs Business Cards, Brochures Business Forms And More Call 81'3-516-4916 httpJ/www angeltergusonswrdprocessing .corr/ YARD SALE FLEA MARKET Bob's Fashion Jewelry Rosaries And Crucif ixes Carolyn's Place Toys, Balls, Bikes F i shing Rods And Tackle House Wares Used Furniture 7730 Palm River Rd. Space Available 7730 Palm River Road Yard Sale Saturday And Sunday 8:00 a.m. Until Flea Market Thursday Sunday 10:00 a.m.-6:00p.m. Call {813) 63Q-1600

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 2012 .. c Organization Plans Earlv Voting Rallv For General Election Earlv vounu For General Election Begins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 27th, Early Voting began in Hillsborough County. Residents can cast ballots at any one of fifteen locations until Saturday November 3rd when Early Voting ends. day span and the hours will range from 7 a .m. until 7 p m each day. There will be Early Voting on Sunday, October 28th, as well. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens have planned a full day of activities for Saturday, October 2 7th, the first day of Early Voting. Marvin Knight, founder of the Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens said, the day will be filled with activities. "We will have several activities planned for Saturday and something everyday up to the election. "It is getting down to the wire. We must participate and make sure that every person in our families vote so that we can keep the right person in office to move in the right direction We can t do it as individuals, but we can accomplish it if we work as one." Knight further said he is asking everyone to come out and participate in the event. He said, Every day we are trying to make a difference We have a full day planned for Saturday. On Sunday, we will participate with the churches in the Souls To The Polls Campaign." Early Voting will kick off with a at the Open Cafe on N. 34 Street from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. The community is invited to join the Black Elected Officials of Hill s borough Count y for the Dutch Treat" (each person pa y s for his own meal) at the Ope n Ca f e The El ecte d Offic ial s will the n go t o th e C. Blythe Andre w s, J r. Public Libr a ry to c a st the i r v ote s M embers of the Hill sboroug h County Coalition o f Conc erne d Citizens will con tinu e the ir da y of act i vitie s A Rall y will take plac e at 11 a .m., at Freedom Park corner of Main Street and Albany. Following the rally those in attendance will march to the West Tampa Library to cast ballots. The group will then re2218-34th St. Founder of Hillsborough County Coalition of Concerned Citizens assemble at the AI Barnes Park, (formerly 18th Street Park), corner of 18th Street and E. 21st Avenue At that time, the Rally in the Park will take place from 1 p.m. until6 p.m The bus will transport vot ers to: the C Blythe Andrews, Jr., Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd.; the Fred B. Karl County Center, 26th Floor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. ; the Robert L. Gilder Election Service Center, 2514 N Falkenburg Road; and the West Tampa Public Library, 2312 West Union Street The HCCCC will also have a bus to transport voters to the polls. Each bus rider who cast a vote will receive a ticket upon returning to the bus. One rider will receive a spe cial gift. Ms. Paulette Slater said, Our goal is to see if our voter registration drives have had a positive impact ; not only for our organization but for all of the organizations who took the time to work hard on v oter re gistration. In addition to fr ee fo o d there will also be entertainment. Some of thos_ e who hav e committed themselves include Shawn Brown & Company, DJ M & M, Rock-It-Rod, T-Foxx, TGB Production jazz Group, saxophonist Jeremy Carter, Dr. Gary Brown, and several others Voters must have valid, up to date identification with a photograph to cast ballots. 727-623-9875 MS. PAULETIE SlATER ... Event Coordinator Identification that is acceptable by the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office includes Florida Driver's license; Florida ID cards issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; or Debit or Credit Card that con tain s a photograph. Other forms of acceptable identification include Military .Identification; Student Identification; Retirement Center Identification; Neighbor-hood Association Identifica-tion; or Public Assistance Identification. Those who do not vote at any of the locations can request Vote By Mail Ballots by October 31st. The ballots can be returned by mail, (free of postage), turned in at any of the Early Voting locations; or submitted on Tuesday, November 6th during the General Election. Those who do not vote at any of the locations can request Vote By Mail Ballots by October 31st. The ballots can be returned by mail, (free of postage), turned in at any of the Early Voting locations ; or submitted on Tuesday, November 6th during the General Election. Anyone wishing to vote during the election must have identification with a photograph. The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office list the fol lowing as forms of acceptable identification: Florida Driver s license; Debit or Credit Card; Military identification; Retirement Center Identification; Florida Identification Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles: United States Passport; Public Assistance Identification; Student Identification; or Neighborhood Association Identification. The form of identification used must be current. In the past, Early Voting covered an 11-day span with hours from 10 a.m., and 6 p.m., at the libraries; of 8 a.m. to 5 p m at the Supervisor of Elections Offices This year, Early Voting will cover an 8-The libraries are: Bloomingdale Regional, 1906 Bloomingdale Avenue Valrico; C. Blythe Andrews Library, 260 7 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional, 3910 S Manhattan Avenue ; Jimmie B. Keel Regional, 2902 W. Bearss Avenue; and New Tampa Regiorlal, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Other libraries are: North Tampa Branch, 8916 North Blvd .; Bruton Memorial Library, 302 W McLendon Street Plant City; Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview; and SouthShore Regional, 15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin. Registered voters can also cast ballots at the: Temple Terrace Library, 202 Bullard Parkway, Temple Terrace ; Town N' Country Regional, 7606 Paula Drive; Upper Tampa Bay Regional, 11211 Countryway Blvd. and West Tampa Library, 2313 W. Union Street. Voters can also cast ballots at the Fred B. Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., and the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N. Falkensburg Road, between the hours of 7 a m and 7 p.m., Saturday, October 27th, through Saturday, November 3rd HILLSBOROUGH NAACP IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CHURCHES "Ain't gonna let nobody turn me around" Souls to the Polls October 28, 2012 (4th Sunday) October 27, 2012: Early Voting Begins October 31, 2012: Last day to request Vote by Mail C. Blythe Andrews Jr. Public Library West Tampa Branch Library Robert L. Gilder Elections Center November 3, 2012: Early Voting Ends November&, 2012: Election Day Plant City, Bu,rton Memorial Library Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library Temple Terrace Public Library If you need transportation to the polls please contact NAACP office 813 234-8683 RECOMMENDATIONS for the VOTING YES for ALL JUDGES NO on ALL the AMENDMENTS

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N c; St. Pete News Local Nl---------------------------------------<0 C\1 a: w m 0 .... g Free Health Screenings Available to the Public < 9 ST. PETERSBURG The ff 15th Annual African American Health Forum will offer free health screen ings to members of the pub lic Saturday, November 3, at Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center on the Mercy Hospital Campus, 1344 22nd Street South, St. Petersburg. Screenings for breast and prostate cancer, cholesterol, HBP, sickle cell, dental, foot, chiropractic, memory and more will be conducted More than 30 African American doctors will answer residents' questions about their health during the "As k A Doctor segment of the Forum, and so com9 munity partners will pro If vide information about their c programs. "Adversity related to health is even more of a < challenge," says Dr. Kenneth Bryant, a urolo gist with Suncoast Medical .,_ Group "and that' s just one w > w c w X en ::::i m ::::: D.. z w ...J ...J ::::: m I ...J w z z w en Bacon ... Really? You decide $19 mi.llion for the Encore Project. Did the Black Community benefit? Few African-American workers were hired, even though 2 000 people registered for jobs. Bacon ... Really? You decide. Kathy Castor allocated $1.2 million of President Obama's stimulus money to the Riverhawk Marine in South Tampa. Created "0" jobs, period. Did the Black Community benefit? Corporate welfare? You decide.

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The George Edgecomb Bar Association Supports A Fair and Impartial Judiciary FLORIDA BAR POLL: Overwhelming support for Supreme Court justices, appellate judges in Nov. 6 merit retention elections A poll of Florida Bar members regarding the retention of three justices and 15 appellate court judges indicates very strong support for all to be retained. The pall seeks to find whether attorneys who know the most about these jurists believe they should continue in their jobs. Poll results this year show the three Supreme Court justices gaining an average approval rating of 90 percent. The 15 appellate judges on the ballot also received very positive with approval ranging from 76 to 94 percent ATTRIBUTES CONSIDERED BY THOSE TAKING THE POLL WERE: quality and clarity of judicial opinions knowledge of the law integrity judicial temperament impartiality freedom from bias/prejudice demeanor courtesy YOURCOURI J u dicial merit retention. Know the fact s SUPREME COURT R. Fred Lewis, 92 percent. Barbara J. Pariente, 88 percent. Peggy A. Quince, 80 percent. 1ST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Simone Marstiller, 85 percent. Stephanie W. Ray, 87. percent. R.V. Swanson, 88 percent. Bradford Lee Thomas, 78 percent. 2ND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Anthony K B lack, 94 percent. Darryl C Casanueva, 93 perce n t. Charles A. Davis Jr. 92 percent. Edward C. LaRose, 93 percent. 3RD DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Angel A. Cortinas, 88 percent. Kevin M. Emas, 93 percent. Ivan F. Fernandez, 81 percent. Leslie B. Rothenberg, 78 percent. Richard J. Suarez, 80 percent. 4TH DISTRICT COURT OF AAPEAL Burton C. Conner, 81 percent. Carole Y. Taylor, 91 percent. There is no 5th District Court of Appeal judge on the ballot this year. The Bar sent out 68 .243 ballots to in-state members in good standing and 7,857 lawyers part1c1pated Only responses by lawyers indicating considerable or limited knowledge of the judges were included in the poll results. The Florida Bar has provided the poll results and educational information as a public service since 1978 and does not endorse or support the justices or judges on the ballot. .. 1\) 0 ...... 1\) :X: m c m < m :a -< -f c: "T1 :a c

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