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* ELECTION DAY 2012 L / *i I I SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 68 NO. 23 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Educators To Host First 'Save Our Sons' Forum SEE PAGE 3 Police Need Help To Find Missing Teenager SEE PAGE 2 coaches Honor Teamlom laming cancer SEE PAGE 9 MIDDLOON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1965 TURNS 65 YEARS OlD The Middleton High School Class of 1965 turned 65 years old th.is year and celebrated with a luncheon commemorating their graduation year and age. The event was held on October 27, 2012 at a popular restaurant. Members present: front row, Mable Baron ton, Marina Pilcher, Carol Dorsey, Margaret Butler, Yvonne Wright, Peggy Peel, Jackie Walker, Phan Boston, AlnnoraAilen, Catherine Coley, Jackie Howard, Rose Williams, Mary Harris, and Eddie Oliver. On the second row are: Johnny Chapman, Leroy Tillman, Sandra Lovelace, Bonita Darby, Vera Luckey, Melvin Nelson, Margaret Brookins, John Jackson, Cassandra Tucker, Ernest Williams, Ceola Batts, Ullie Robertson, Shelah Watkins and Billy Christmas. Not shown: Jewell Chrisbnas, Lillie Haley and Mary Marshall. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris of Treasured Moments)

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ffi Young East Tampa Man Accused 01 Killing Wile 1 Man Dies SuddenlY Arrested In South Carolina g The body of a young Tampa man was discovered in his home early Friday The cause of death is pendw ing the outcome of the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Report. According to police, a family member arrived at the home of Thomas Bass, 36, shortly before noon. The family member said Bass was cold to the touch and notified police around 11:38 a.m. Bass was pronounced dead at 11:48 a.m. A spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, Bass was .being treated for congestive heart failure. TIIOMAS BASS Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of serv ices. 0 law Enforcement Needs Help To Find Missing Teenager ii: Th e Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking the z public to help locate a miss c( ing t eenager. She was last seen early Sunday morning According to police, w Melexus Suegaryia Gra bam was last seen at her res fi: idence. Her mother told w police she last saw the 15-> year-old in her bedroom around 2 a.m. W However, when she re turned to the girl's room at 8 :::l a.m. the mother found the door locked. After gaining 11. entry into the room the Z mother discovered that the ljj gir l wa s gone and the win ...1 do w was open ...1 :::) The teenager also left a note m behind threatening to harm iii herself. The Hillsborough Z County Sheriffs Office has listed her as an endangered/ W runaway juvenile. en C a: g u. MELEXUS S. GRAHAM ... Reported Missing Melexus, who is a student at Bloomingdale High School, is 5'5" tall and weigh ing 140 pounds. She has brown eyes and short, brown hair. She was last seen wear ing a black vest and blu e jeans. Anyone who comes in con tact with her is asked to con tact the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office at (813) 24782oo. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Friday, a Hillsbo rough County man, accused of killing his wife, was arrested in Greenville, South Carolina, at the home of his sister. The arrest came about a week after a warr;mt for his arrest. Christopher Keith Belcher, 43 is facing charges of second-degree murder and arson of an oc cupied vehicle in connection with the death of Mrs. Gwendolyn Hill Belcher, 43, of Seffner. On Sunday, September 16th, human remains were discovered in a vehicle that had been set afire at 7021 Taylor Road. Mrs. Belcher's famil y had re ported her as a missing per son two hours before the discovery of the torched car was reported to police. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner positivel y identified the skeletal re mains removed from the car as the body of Mrs. Belcher. Dental records were used to make the iden tification Reported Missing One of Mrs. Belcher's daughters interviewed b y police stated that s he la s t spoke with her mother on September 15th, around 4 p.m. When she attempted to contact Mrs. Belcher l ater that night, the call went to voicemail. The woman said she at tempted to call her mother several times. When the daughter called Mrs. Belcher's place of emplo y ment she was told that Mrs. Belcher was not scheduled to work that day. The woman told police i t was very unusual for her mother not to answer her phone calls for such an ex tended period of time. Interview With Belcher's Daughter During an interview with Belcher's 13year-old daughter, she told police she had-gone to a party. with her father She said they re turned home around 9 p.m. After returning home, Belcher became engaged in an argument with Mrs. Belcher. She further told police that at some point, the quar r el became physical and she observed her father hit Mrs. Belcher iri the face. The teenager said her father sent her to her room. She also said she heard Mrs. Belcher scr eam MRS. GWENDOLYN BELCHER "Chris stop!" on more than one occasion. The teenager told police that at some point during the physical confro;fitation, she called her own mother because she was scared. The teenager told police that once the yelling had stopped, her father came into her room and told her to go to bed. She never saw Mrs. Belcher again, she told police. Belcher's Statements During the initial inter view Belcher stated that he had gone to a birthday party the night before with his daughter and returned home around 8 p.m He said his wife left shortly after but did not tell CHRISTOPHER BELCHER .. Warrant Issued On Murder Charge him where she was going. Police obtained a search warrant and discovered what appeared to be possi ble blood and blood spatter in several areas of the resi dence. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) advised investiga tors that a full DNA profile of the blood swabs matched the DNA profile of Mrs. Belcher. When asked about his daughter s statements, Belcher told police he had several drinks at the birthday party and did not re member getting into an argument or fight with his wife. Alert The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss wages And Medical care ... -!f'ersorl81izlact Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Available Auto Repair Body Shop (PIP Insurance Needed) "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To You Tube and punch The Patty Shuffle Avalllble 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week lrlc.

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features ffi ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Councilman Not Happy With Being A Centurv Old Didn't Stop Citizen From Voting BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Mrs. Ruth McNair said when her aunt, Ms. Edith Norman, got her ballot in the mail last week, she was excited. Ms. Norman is a little different that a lot of voters these days, as she recently celebrated her 100th birthday. When Ms. Norman was born, William Taft was president. Since then she's seen 17 presidents come and go. Ms. McNair said her aunts' biggest thrill was see ing the first Black man elected president. "She said she never thought she'd see that day, and felt blessed to have been a part of it in 2008. "She's so happy to be able to vote, because she remem bers when Black people were denied their right to vote." Mrs. McNair said their entire family is happy Ms. Norman was able to vote, and how she's on top of all the candidates and what's going on. to send off her ballot. "She's listened to all the political shows, heard the candidates speak, and she un derstands what they are talk ing about and what they plan to do," said Mrs. McNair. "She goes to church every Sunday, and she loves to travel, especially to St. Peters burg every year for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. pa rade." Mrs. McNair said she hopes that her aunt serves as inspiration for others to get out and vote. Educators To lost First save Our Sons' Forum BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For years, members of the community have watched countless young men fall between the cracks. Now, edu cators are reaching out to the community in hopes of saving some of these young men from an undesired future. Lewis Brinson, Superin. ten dent of the Administration for the Hillsborough County Public School District, in con junction with other educa tors, will host a "Let's Connect To Save Our Sons" Young Men's Forum. The event will take place on Saturday, November 10th, at Middleton High School, 4801 N. 22nd Street. During the two-hour event from n a.m. until1 p.m., the group is inviting pastors and members of their congrega tion and neighborhoods to at tend. The educators are hosting the Think Tank to ad dress problems young African American males are experi encing in school. Brinson said, "We are inviting the community to at tend. We have quite a few churches and we are asking each to bring young men from their respective congre gations. "We are asking pastors to commit to attend our first forum and to reach out to neighborhood boys who may not be members of your church. We are requesting that you bring ten young men to the forum." During the forum, the young men will have an op portunity to discuss their likes and dislikes about school openly. "We want to hear from the kids instead of hearing from the adults. There are just too many young men being excluded, dropping out, and just not being successful. We just have to do more. This is the only way to ensure a better future," Brinson said. Other educators includes: Ms. Doretha Edgecomb, School Board member; Anthony Satchel, Area Lead ership Director, Area VII Schools; Henry Washington, Area Leadership Direc tor, Area IV Schools; Ms. Carolyn Hi.ll, Principal, Just Elementary School; Ross Anderson, Resource Teacher, Van Buren Middle School and Steinbrenner High School; Owen Young, Principal, Middleton High School; and Dallas Jackson, Principal, Martinez Middle School. The educators are asking that ministers call (90273351) or email lewis.brin son@sdhc.k12.fl.us. The group needs to know how many people plan to attend the event.Refreshments will be8erved z Response On Riverfront Park During Thursday's Tampa City Council meeting, Councilman Frank Reddick sat quietly as he listened to the city's explanation of what's going on at the Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. Councilman Reddick listened to Parks and Recre ation Director, Greg Bayor, and Mayoral Chief of Staff, Santiago Corrada, and said he was disappointed with their responses. "I'm disappointed the real facts didn't come out. I am going to get to the bottom of this, because I believe there are some things going on that we aren't supposed to know about." Councilman Reddick said the documents say one thing, and city administration is saying something different. "The documents don't completely support what they had to say before us Thurs day. There are a lot of things about the plans for the park that just aren't being told. "When I heard about the plans to redraw the route of Laurel Street, that told me they already have a solid plan in place. That was the first time I ever heard any men-COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK tion of Laurel Street." Councilman Reddick said he's not satisfied with the agreement the city has with the Steward Foundation. "According to what I've discovered, they have re quested several extensions on terms of the contract as far as what they said they were going to build at the park. I think on that basis alone, the agreement should be voided. I'm also convinced that the Mayor's plans for the park will require the city to negoti ate with the Steward Founda tion." On the issue of the stu dents from the University of Tampa holding wild parties in West Riverfront community, Councilman Reddick ii said he's pleased with there-m sponse he's gotten, and some :::D of the students stepped up 1\) and said they will do a better g job of cleaning up and con1\) trolling the revelers. "Tampa police will be on patrol along the streets where this activity is occurring, and I've contact the property owners and asked for their cooperation. "I think the ball was dropped from day one when the residents weren't told this was coming, and that's disre spectful. They have more than 700 people attending these parties, and with the traffic and noise, it's not ap propriate for that commu nity." Councilman Reddick said Council Chair, Charlie Miranda, said it best when he said any deal made must be approved by the Council 0 "I think he said that because there appears to have 0 been some backroom deals m z already made, and this has got to stop. We don't want to Z see restaurants and tourist atJ!! tractions at the Riverfront IXJ Park." C:: r r m HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BRANCH NAACP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE :::! z ., c:: PRII!SIDI!NT CAROLYN COLLINS POLmCAL ACTION CHAIR YV1ITTI! ...... ENCOURAGE EVERY REGISTERED VOTER TO "VOTE" TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6th 1) IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEMS AT THI! POLLS AND NI!I!D HI!LP; 2) IF YOU NEI!D A RIDE TO THE POLLS TO WVOTE"; AND 3) IF YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER AT THE NAACP COMMAND CENTER OFFICE CALL 813.234.8683 (2 3 -I V 0 T E) Or 1-866-MYVOTE1 NAACP OFFICE WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY, 11/06 FROM 7:00AM 7:00 PM NAACP WILL OFFER RIDES FROM 9 AM -6 PM [UNLESS RESil:RVATION IS MADE; IN ADVANCE] There are many compelling reasons for everyone to "VOTE'" In this national election. Let us REMEMBI!R the days of: POLL TAXES SEGREGATION FIRE HOSE ATTACK DOGS BLOOD SHED OF MANY FOR THI! RIGHT TO "VOTI!" THE TIME 1s NOW-"VOTE" IXJ r-c;; :::t m c m < m -t c:: m 0 c )> z c ., :::D 6 G) m w

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 2 1st Ave nue, T a mpa Florida 33605 (81 3 ) 2481 9 21 P ublished Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National N e w s p aper Publishers Associatio n (NNP A ) POSTMASTER: Send Addres s Change To: Florida Santlnel Bulletin, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 PeriOdical Pos1age P aid A t Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrewa 1801-1877 (1845) C. Blythe Andrewa, Jr. 1830-2010 (1877) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS ltl, PAESIDENTI'CONTROLLER ALLISON WI!LL8-CLEBERT, CFO OWEN HAVES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERnSINO DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNI!TTA COBB, PRODUCnON MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER -ptlon eu.-Mon-Both lltdHion: 1117--PY--E-. __ on __ ., __ byColum_ .,.. __ ---_____ ... The P'loridll uiiMin or the Pvblleher. Maver Blooberg bderses Obla epublicans are still grumbling over the praise N.J. Governor Chris Christie gave President Barack Obama, who could be seen embracing the governor while offering heartfelt words of support and advice. However, the GOP is quick to explain, even though New Jersey's governor profusely thanked Obama and America for their quick response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, the governor stopped short of actually endorsing the President. Not so with New York's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. C And his support of President Obama has Republicans If gnawing their cuticles to the quick. C Without naming either individual outright, the mayor z of the world's greatest city and the leader of America's CC most severely battered urban community had the follow ing self-searching words to say. C "When I step into the voting booth, I think about the f3 world I want to leave my two daughters and the values :::: that are required to guide us there. The two parties' nom inees for president offer different visions of where they a: want to lead America .. One believes a woman's right to choose should be protected for future generations; one W does not. One recognizes marriage equality as consistent fil with America's march of freedom; one does not. One sees ::z:: climate change as an urgent problem that threatens our 0 planet; one does not." ::::i ID At the end of his op-ed piece, which has appeared in :::: newspapers throughout our country, Mayor Bloomberg Q. writes, "I want our president to be on the right side ofhisZ tory." lu So, to whom and for what is Republican Party member :i Bloomberg referring? We think you know. But what we :::: want you to consider is Bloomberg's comment about wanting a president to be on the right side of history. w What about you? As you go to the polls, what side of his tory shall you be on? (Vote for your children.) w tn C a: 0 ..J &L T he Almighty only knows what historians will write decades from now about America's 2012 election and about how gullible half of America's population was led to believe anything a certain presidential candidate decided to say. No doubt, historians will laugh at how little research American voters did to validate past actions and back grounds of the presidential and congressional candidates in spite of the easy access to the internet where major news media feverishly researched the truth and the lies of such claims by political wanna-bes. Historians may be forced to conclude that the truth of Election 2012 was swallowed up in a sea of well-crafted lies, bull-butting, and bombast. Historians will scratch their heads at how half of American voters voted for candidates who protected tax loopholes and subsidies for bloated billion-dollar com panies and who cut food stamps, education funds, and other humanitarian services. And certainly, if they're worth their salt, future historians will question why many voters supported a candidate who bought companies, fired workers, and turned their backs on an incumbent president who created more than 153,000 new jobs while'preventing more than 4 million workers from losing their jobs. "':t Yes, future historians will have their hands full. But of w one thing we are certain. Historians will record that e, win, lose, or draw -the Election 2012 was America's most defining hour. If you are a registered voter who has not yet voted, put this paper down and go vote, NOW! No matter how much Black History you read about, none of it will do you any good if you don t vote, because you haven't learned anything Yes, I'm talking to you! Certainly, the hundreds of Blacks, whites, Jews, Catholics, Unitarians, and others who were lynched burned alive, shot and killed, or beaten to death died in vain for your right to vote. In fact, do me a favor Don't ever read this column again because the previous columns I have written about why Blacks should vote obviously had no effect on you However, if you in sist on not voting and con tinuing to read this colm ; nn, let me share with you more reasons why you should get up and go vote. Vote because Reverend George Lee, one of the first Black men to register to vote in Humphrey s County (Belzoni Missis s ippi) who was murdered on May 7 1955 because he used his pulpit and printing press to urge Black people to vote Mark your ballot as hard as you can, because Lamar Smith of Brookhaven, Mis sissippi was shot dead on the courthouse lawn by a white man in broad daylight, on August 13, 1955, while dozens of people watched. In spite of the large number of witnesses, the killer who was widely known was never indicted none of the witnesses dared admit they saw the shooting. Smith had organized Black folks to vote in a recently held elec tion. And for that, he was ex ecuted Are you still with me? Well listen while I tell you why you s hould vote. Be cause Herbert Lee and Louis Allen, both from Lib e rty Mi s sissippi helped civil rights l eader Bob Moses to regi s ter Black vot ers before Lee was killed on September 25 1961 by a state legislator, who claimed self-defense and who was never arrested for his crime. Meanwhile after two years of threats, jailings, and harassment Louis Allen, who had witnessed Lee's murder, was himself mur de r ed, on January 31, 1964. No doubt the spirit of William Lewis, a white postman from Baltimor e, M aryland will smile on you if y ou go to the polls to vote. Lewis was lynched on April 23 1 963 while conducting a one man march against seg regation on his way to de liver a letter to the governor of Mississippi urging an end to racial intolerance. If that doesn t move you to cast a ballot, then maybe the spirit of 13year old Vir gil Lamar Ware (an un. known 5 t h victim of the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birm i ng ham, Alabama ) will jump start you r conscience. Young Ware was shot while riding on the handleb a rs of his brother' s bike after leaving an anti-segregation rally which had be e n held at the 16th Street Baptist Church the evening following the fatal church bombing However if y ou re still not moved to v ote then may be the death of Rev. James Reeb, a white Uni t arian minis te r from Boston Massachusetts will give y ou a reason to do ri ght. Reeb was a m e mber of a large del egation of wh ite preache r s who joined Selma Alabam a marchers aft e r an atta ck b y Alabama State Troopers at the Edmund Pett i s Br i dg e On the afternoon of Marc h 11, 1965, Rev. Reeb w as beat e n to d e ath. To you who voted t h an k you for not letting the blood on your ballot s go to wa s te. Harambee! ----------------------------------------Sentinel Picks For The 2012 Election : President and Vice President Barack Obama Joe Biden 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 26 Paula House State Representative 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 County Commission District 6 No Recommendation VoteYES : To Retain ALL the1 Justices of the1 Supreme Court and District Court of Ap- 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 Amendment12YES County Amendments Amendment 1 YES Amendment 2 YES Amendment 3 NO -----------------------------------------

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Votin Events ffi :.:::,0 Residents Stand At C. BIVthe 1 Andrews Librarv To Earlv Vote A few weeks ago, Attorney Jeraldine Williams Shaw sat down with 103-year-old Mrs. Carrie Williams to fill out her voter's registration form. On Wednesday, October 31, 2012, Mrs. Williams had an opportunity to exercise that right. Shown with State Representative Betty Reed, right, Mrs. Williams cast her ballot at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library. (Photograph by BRUNSON) oesperate Housewives' Star In Town Desperate Housewives star, Eva Longoria, left, was in Tampa last Sunday to speak with campaign volunteers for the 2012 Obama campaign. She is shown with political activist Monroe W. Mack. Caldonia's BBQ To Host Election Night Watch Partv (L-R) CANDY LOWE, JARVIS EL-AMIN, JACKIE HEARNS, And HAKIM AQUIL. Business owners Candy Lowe, Jarvis El-Amin, Jackie Hearns, and Hakim Aquil have united to sponsor an "Election Night Watch Party at Cal donia's Barbecue on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard "This wouldn t be possible without the gracious spirit of the owners of Caldonia s,' Mr. Arthur Roby and his daughter, Ms. Cheryl Jackson," said Ms. Lowe. "Mr. Roby will be bring ing in two big screen televi sions and there will be plenty of food for everyone." The polls will close at 7 p.m., and things will get started at Caldonia s at 6 p. m. "Don't lose hope because of what's happening at home," said Ms. Lowe. "In spite of unemployment and other things, the lines have still been long at the libraries, and that tells me people want to see the progress that's been made continue. Caldonia's Barbecue is lo cated at 3701 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Everyone is invited to at tend. OJ Residents of Hillsborough County were intent on voting early this year as long lines were seen throughout the county However, the lines were not a deterrent for the citizens who wanted to 5 make sure their vote counted. ...., 0 There were lines each day that snaked throughout the parking area and down the street at the .... C Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library, 2607 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Photos by ...., BRUNSON) Mae Alice Judge and State Representative Betty Reed at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library. Haquim Aquil and Candy Lowe show their support. Elicia Buchanon, left, with mother and daughter, Doretha and Allison Edgecomb at the voting site. Elected officials were at the library on Saturday to cast ballots. From (L-R): Tampa City Councilman Frank Reddick, State Representative Betty Reed, School Board Doretha Edgecomb, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor and Hillsborough County CollUlnis-1 sioner Les Miller. G') Folks were lined up in and around the parking lot, anxiously waiting to cast vote. m U1

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Saturdav was Final oav For Earlv-Voting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Saturday, November 3rd the final day of Early Vot ing in Hillsborough County. During the 8-day period Res cast 166,937 Early Vot ing ballots and 143,829 Vote Mail baliots, for a 41.32%. The number of Early Vot surpassed. the 146 558 hal cast in the 2008 General .... ,,..,..,, .. v,... Residents can still lot>taJ, n Vote By Mail ballots in ..------at the Hillsborough Supervisor of ElecOffice. Once completed can turn the ballot in or Identification Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Veh i cles : Debit or Credit Card; Student, Military or Retirement Center Identification; Public Assis tance Identification; or Neighborhood Association Identification Early Voting Turnout The libraries reported the following: Bloomingdale Re gional, 12,393; C. Blythe An drews, Jr., Library, 9,286; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional 16,134; Jimmie B Keel Li brary, 17,686; and New Tampa Library, 12,076. Other libraries were: North Tampa Branch, 7,970; Bruton Memorial Library, in Plant City, 10,149; Riv erview Branch Library, 9,440; and SouthShore Regional, 12,374 Registered voters also cast ballots at the: Temple Terrace Library, 11,442; Town N Country Regional, 10,244; Upper Tampa Bay Regional, 10,206; and West Tampa Li brary, with 7,859 votes. Voters cast ballots at the Fred B. Karl County Center, 7,147; and the Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Cen ter, 12,531 ballots cast. HART OHers Free Rides To Vote On Tuesday, November 6, HART will offer free rides to customers with a valid voter registration card. The card must be presented to the driver when boarding to receive the free ride. The free rides are provided during the regular bus service hours on Election Day. Riders should determine in advance, which routes will get them to or near their polling site. To plan an Election Day trip, call HARTinfo at 254-4278; or use the Google Trip Planner feature on www.goHMT.org. The is not valid for use of HARTPlus or the TECO Line Streetcar System. Hundreds Turnout During From Park To The Polls' Last Saturday, more than three hundred peo ple assembled at the Belmont Heights Little League Park Complex. The purpose of the gath ering was to March From The Park To The Polls" on the final day of Early Voting The Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus (HCDBC) joined by some elected officials served as the host. More than 250 marchers left the par k and walked to the C. Blythe Andrews Jr., Branch Public Library comer ofN. 26th Street and E. Dr M. L. King, Jr. Blvd. Once the marchers cast their ballots, they re turned to the park for a fun-filled day of free food entertainment, family-oriented activities (Pho tographs by Cherylene Levy). Among those assembled at the Belmont Heights Little League Park Complex on Saturday were from left to right on the front row: Tarance LeNoir, State Rep. Betty Reed, U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Ms. Dianne Hart, President of the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus, Ms. Lydia Hudson, Ms. Janae Murphy, and Monroe Mack. Shown on the back row are: Marvin Martin, Jerel MCanals, Dr. H. Bruce Miles, President of the State Chapter of the Democratic Black Caucus; Howard Harris, and Sean Shaw. On Saturday evening, Ms. Dee Dee Johnson walked out of the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Pub lic Library at 8:43 p.m. She was the last person to cast her ballot at that location. About two hundred and fifty people participated in the "March From The Park To The Polls" on the final day of Early Voting. Members of the Carswell Family gathered at the park for the elec tion rally. State Senator Arthenia Joyner is shown with Dexter Ramkissoon, a first-time voter. Tampa Police Master Patrol-man Susan Bowers directed traf. Ms. Candy Lowe and Jarvis El-Amin attended the Voter Rally last fie for the marchers. Saturday.

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Presidential News c! Justice Depan01ent Dvlnu woman's 1.& Million lAnd countlngo Pledge D -t h p 11 w h last Wish: Vote To Vote For Jesus over Negra ISP8 C 8S 0 ate ers Pres. Obanaal And Mormon WI Candidates A screen shot of the votefm.jesus.com homepage. A voter gets directions on how to use the electronic voting booth. WASHINGTON More than 780 federal observers and Justice Department employees will be dispatched to 51 voting jurisdictions in 23 states for Tuesday s voting in an effort to ensure a clean election. The public can phone or email complaints about possi ble voting rights violations through Tuesday. The phone numbers are 1-8o0253-3931 or 202-3072767 and the number for those who are deaf or hard of hearing is 1-877-267-8971. The fax number is 202-307-3961. Complaints can be emailed to voting.section(at)usdoj.gov or .filed by filing out a com plaint form on the depart ment's website: www.justice. gov I crt/ aboutjvot/. Complaints al so may be di rected to any of the 94 U.S. At torneys' Offices around the country, FBI offices or the Justice Department's Public 'Integrity Section at 202 514-1412. LESSIE STEVENSON Thursday, in South Carolina Lessie Stevenson, a 58-year old grandmother from the city of Florence made what could be her final request : to cast her early vote for President Barack Obama. "It is important that we all vote, says Stevenson, who s health has declined over the past few days in a battle with cancer. I wish that everyone gets out ... Stevenson, who s in critical condition at McLeod Health, i nsisted that she exercise her most precious civil right before she was moved to hospice care. Her long-time pastor, Pastor Terry Alexander, made her request come true and took all of her official in formation to the local polling station and b r ought it back to Lessie for her signature. Towards the end of the year, you often hear," Jesus is the reason for m the season." but some have apparently made the call to embody the sen-m timent a wee bit sooner than usual. ::D Case in point: 1.6 million folks have pledged to cast their ballots for -: neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney and instead, plan on o Yes, Jesus, although it's currently unclear whether God or the Holy Spirit will be written in as Christ's running mate. Nate Sliver Improves President Obama's Odds Alain President Obama's sup porters can feel 1 percent better this morning Influential Nate Silver pushed Pres. Obama's chances of being re elected up to 86.3 percent this morning on his New York Times blog fivethirtyeight. That's up from 85.1 percent on Sunday. It s also the best number Pres. Obama has scored in Sil ver's model which weighs state and national polls in a com plex formula that also takes into account accuracy and historical performance since he climbed to 87 percent prior to his sleepy performance in the first debate in Denver. Silver also added to Pres. Obama's likely number of elec toral votes on Monday. He now sees the president winning 307 2 to 230.8 for Mitt Romney, a tiny tick higher than he saw the race on Sunday. NATE SILVER He also sees Pres. Obama capturing the popular vote, tak-ing 50 6 percent to Romney's '11 48.5. 5 But where Silver gives, he ::z:J also takes away. The Monday upc date slightly lowered the odds of l> Democrats retaining control of the Senate to 91.5 percent z That's down 1 percentage point :::! from Sunday. Nevertheless, SilZ ver still sees the Democrats J!! holding at least 52 seats in the m Senate. ? eauJames H. 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fi Local Gening Voters Registered One of the events to gets folks registered was held in Belmont Heights. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) CASTO I\ Gloria Parham and Roy Norris worked the registration table. J-Roc Jones was Rapper Queen North East Or ganizer For representative Don Scott was in attendance. Denese James and Chloe Coney were in attendance. one of the performers. GiGi doing her thing. Voters Support Team: Kathy Richardson, Shemida Victor Di'Maio and Heather Slavkin were Joseph, Brandi Beard and Metrice James. also in attendance. Bishop Eddie NeWkirk St. John Cothedrol Pastor Bartholomew Banks St John PMB Church Pastor Albert Gallmon, Jr. Peace PMB Church Tuesday, November 6th 8 PM Until 0 The Open Cafe -Restaurant 3222 N. 34th Street Tampa, FL (813) 248-3322 or (813) 248-3692 FOOD WILL BE SERVED -out and watch the results with fellow Ch WE WILL WATCH & PRA Hope To See You Therelll Members of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity were on hand to lend support and assistance. They are: Neicke Williams (Kappa Asst. Dir.), Andrew Curry (Kappa Director), Malaui Hills, Armani Hubert, Jalen Ferren, Albert Coleman, Evan Rogers, Nick White, Aaron Keith and Bryan Walker. In the back are: Anden Ashwood, Robert Woodard, Marcus Sloan, Danie Sierra, Quinne Lowe and Michael Humbert. DR. HARRIET BRYANT BOYD ''Xee;ing tTiie Legacy !ll{{ve' Please join us November 10 11, 2012 as we CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF DR. HARRIET BRYANT BOYDI 1st Annual "Day of Empowerment for the Purpose-Driven Woman" Saturday, November 10, 2012 10 AM-4 PM This event was birthed out of the loins of Dr. Harriet B. Boyd and is being carried out through her daughters and Harvest Time Min i stries lnt'l., Women s Min i stry Atpha Abba Omega Forever Sunday, November 11, 2012 5 PM Celebration of Life Commemorative Services Please let us know i n advance if you would like to share a few minutes of personal words of encouragement dur ing th is Celebration of Life Commemorat i ve Event. Dr. Tommy Patterson from Leno i r C ity, Tennessee will be our guest speaker of the hour, as we endeavor to KEEP the LEGACY ALIVE Dr. Harriet Boyd, Co-Founder o f Harvest Time Min i stries International I nc.; served with her husband David A. Boyd for 16 years

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Local Hillsborough Countv Branch NAACP Selects Election Supe,visorv Comminee Coaches Honor Team Mom BaRling Cancer MRS. CAROLYN COLLINS DR. BRENDA WALKER The Hillsborough County Branch NAACP held their Monthly General Election Meeting on Thursday, October 25th. During the meeting, the members selected five individ uals who will serve as the E1ection Supervisory Committee for the upcoming Election of Officers. The Comm.ittee Members are: Ms. Saba Baptiste, Louis Finney, Ms. Cynthia Keeton, Ms. Alveda Vernon, and Dr. Brenda Walker. As Election Commit tee Members, their responsibil ities include determining the process for voting, preparing the ballots, and counting the votes as outlined in the 2012 E1ection Procedure Manual. Ms. Carolyn Collins and Xavier Johnson have been nominated for the office of president; Joe Robinson has been nominated for First Vice President; Ms. Natasha Goodley has been nominated for Second Vice President; Ms. Pat Spencer has been nomi nated for Secretary; and Ms. Ella Coffee has been nomi nated for Assistant Treasurer. The Executive Committee Members at-large nominees are; Ms. Pauline Cole, Al Davis, David Denson, Jr., MS. PAT SPENCER Carlos Gill, Dr. Arlessa Kubon, Steve Marshall, and Rev. Shafter E. Scott. The election of the new of ficers will take place on Thurs day, November 29th, from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. It will take place at the branch office. All members who plan to vote must be in good standing and must vote in person. The NAACP does not provide for Write-in candidates, Voting by Absentee, or Voting by Proxy. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For nearly seven years, Ms. Lisa Wright has battled can cer, but only those in her clos est circle know about it. She has undergone three major surgeries since December 2005, when the first tumor was found, and removed along with a portion of her stomach Janu ary2oo6. Ms. Wright said she was raised by her grandmother, the late Mrs. Ella Mae Green, who died in June at the age of 93 "My grandmother was the humblest woman I have ever known. She raised me to keep going and not to give up be cause you can always find someone who is worse off than you are. "I don't talk about it. I don't want people feeling sorry for me because I don't feel sorry for myself," Ms. Wright said. Recently, Ms. Wright was surprised at a pre-game meal when Jefferson High's head coach Jeremy Earle pre sented her with a pink football. "I still didn't realize what was going on. When he called me up there, I was so sur prised. My son knew about the cancer, but none of his team members knew until that Thursday. It was really touch ing," she said. "They were going to have the coaches and players sign it but I want them to wait until I get a silver pen. I'm going to put it in a glass case," the member of First Baptist of College Hill said. Ms. Wright has been the Team Mom for the football team, for the past four years. Her son, is a sen ior and plays strong safety on the team. Her daughter, Mikaila, is a sophomore. When Keivontae decided to play football for Jefferson, she decided to become the VICTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH Ml 5819 N. 56TH STREET TAMPA, FL 2012 MEN'S CONFERENCE November 8 & 9, 2012 7:30PM NIGHTLY 10:00AM November 11, .... v,.,, l .. F riday, Novembef 8 Major Charles Jones II Antonio R. Hawkins M i nistries Exciting Faith Allv ... the Lord hath sought him a mon after his own heart, and the Lorcl hath copiD;n over his people Minister Roseon Hamilton Bring your friends It family All are welcome to attend these power-packed servlcee. You don t want to ml88 thlal MS. USA WRIGHT ... Is Team Mom who was recently honored by the football team team s mom. Instead of getting snacks for the boys Ms. Wright brought complete meals, such as baked chicken, yellow rice and green beans. She begins cooking for the 72 football players and their coaches at 8 a.m., and finishes around 4 p.m. "I realized that this is the only full meal some of these kids get. For them to sit down and fellowship, and get a good meal makes me happy. After having the first sur gery, Ms. Wright said she did nothavetotakechennotherapy or radiation However, in July another tumor appeared. She underwent surgery and lost an other portion of her stomach. The doctor created her a stom ach from her intestines. "Some people grow tumors in their bodies like wildfire. I'm one of those people It seems that someone should be able to tell me why these things keep coming back, the 31-year-old Lakeland native said. Ms. Wright learned that her battle is over yet. About three mcmtllsl ago, she began feeling again. Yet another tumor been discovered and she an appointment with the geon to make plans for the ture. Prior to becoming ill, Ms Wright worked in the borough County School trict for about 10 years. after becoming ill, she was longer able to work. The couple of years were very hard because she was not getting disability She adjusted to the struggle and now she is known as the Candy Lady in her neighbor hood. When not being Team Mom, she spends a lot of time volunteering at Jefferson. All of the teachers all know her. She loves her children wants to spend time with as much as possible. "We everything together We are ally close." After from son High School in 1990, Ms. Wright continued her "''-'' .. ""'0 tion at Polk Community :!! lege, but stopped after 1 C years. She plans to return )lio school and become teacher. email my kids' teachers Z thank them for working with our children." m When asked if she takes a r rest after football season, she said no. Last year she '-V'""''"' r for the 14member girls' r ketball teann. Ms. Wright said says she Z tries to be friendly with "U one, "You have to watch j you treat people because r never know what they en going through ffi c Transformation Inti. Ministries, Inc. 2210 E. Columbus Drive FL 33605 -t c m en c and receive 1 bfe11alrta ministering with fire, taking territory for His glory. Women that refuse to panic, but rather connect with the Word of God and transform lives I Come usl ,.. z c :!! c

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; ffi Mother 01 Accident Victim Enraged Anornev anends Tribute ID Over Treaaent Bv State Anornev To Civil Rights anornev z >-BY LEON B. CREWS Sent:in,el StaffWriter (/) w In 2002, Reggie Harris was killed b y a drunk driver who was arrested and sen tenced to 15 years in prison Reggie's mother Ms. Geraldine Gandy, was happy to see the man re sponsible for her son's death get punish e d but like all parents, sh e felt he should have gotten more time. In 2008, Ms. Gandy got a call that the man who killed her son had appealed his sentence, and successfully gotten it reduced to 10 years. "I was beside myself with anger, because I had never been informed he had ap pealed his sentence and there would be a hearing on his request to get his sen;;: tence reduced. c "When I asked why I had ii: n t been told he was going I.L back to court seeking a re duced sentence, they told me ct they had no way to notify me, ;;: and that's just not true. C After trying to find out ffJ what went wrong Ms. Gandy said she felt she was a:> being lied to by the State Atw forney s Office, and filed a > complaint with the Florida Bar Association, alleging w misconduct by the judge and i prosecutors. She said it came ::J back stating they didn t find 1D anything wrong with the [ process and rejected her reZ quest. (ii I've spoken with State ...1 Attorney Mark Ober on S more than one occasion, and ID asked him why I wasn t noti irl fied. He said he didn t know. Z Later I was told a computer i= error was to blame for me ffi not being notified U) The drunk man who killed my son is out of prison a: now, and it's all because they g gave him a reduced sen I.L tence." Ms. Gandy said she re-REGGIE HARRIS, JR. ... killed by dnmk driver in 2002. ceived a call on her job Octo ber 23, 2008 and spoke to Brett Gould, the State At torney in her son s case. "That's when I found out the man had gotten a re duced sentence. I found out after everything had been de cided. Ms. Gandy said she feels she was disrespected by the State Attorney s Office, but never gave up on her mission to show how she was denied the right to speak out against her son's kille r. In a letter d a ted July 23, 2009 from t he Board of Coun ty Commi s s i oners, it states that Gould reported the Florida Highway Patrol listed her as a witness on the accident report and that is why she wasn't contacted during the appeals trial. It also said a DUI charge in New Jersey aga i n st her son 's killer was dropped and that caused the judge to recon the maximum 15-yea r sentence. In a letter frorri Mark Ober's office dated October 4, 2011, it explains that the failure of their office t9 nbtify Ms. Gandy of the hearing was unintentional. I've requested another hearing, and I'm waiting on a response, said M_s. Gandy. "I feel Gould should be punished for lying to me. Every excuse he made was proven to be false by the doc uments from the hearing. He said my phone was disconnected at my home but he called me on my job If he could do that, then h e knew how to get in touch with me and tell me about the hearing Wh.en he did call it was hours after every thing was o v er." Assistan t State Attorney Mark Cox said h e recalls meeting with Ms. Gandy, along with Pam Bondi and MarkOber. "It's a tragic situation In the original case, the pros e cutor was reciting the defen dant's record to the judge. What he said wasn t correct, and the defense attorney did n't catch it. It was discovered later when he asked for a hearing." Cox said their computer system lists victims, and it would have been nice to have her at the hearing, but it wouldn t have made a differ ence. "There were issues with the trial, and the judge was going to grant him a new trial. As it turned out, he got 10 years. "Ms. Gandy was upset over the actions of the judge when she found out about the reduced sentence." Cox said they have changed their computer system where family members are now notified of these kind of hearings. Prosecutors mistakenly reported the defendant's prior record history. In other words, he misspoke about Gould's record. "I feel bad for Ms. Gandy, because I know she's hurt because she lost her son." lakeland Branch NUCP To Hold Elections 0 .,.. w 0 The Lakel a n d B ra nch NAACP will hold its election o f new officers and at-large members of Exec utive Committee mem bers on Thursday, November 8th. The electio n will take place at the Col e man-Bush Bui l ding Polls, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. All members seeking to cast ballots must be in good standing 30 days prior to the e lection. They must also present an acceptable for of photograph iden tification For additional information contact NAACP Secretary, Ms. Christel Graham at (863) 413-2933 or (863) 513-o6oFormer Judge E. J. Salcines was the guest speaker at the tribute paid to the late Civil Rights Attorney Francisco Rodriguez, Jr. Attorney Warren Hope Dawson, right, took over the Civil Rights case Recently, the University of South Florida, Institute on Black Life and the Afro Cuban Rights Movement of Tampa sponsored a Tribute to Attorney Francisco Rodriguez, Jr. Attorney Rodriguez served as the lead Civil Rights attorney in a lawsuit pertaining to edu cation for several years. Of Latin descent, Attorney Rodriguez graduated from Middleton High School and continued his education at Florida A & M University. He later attended the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, where he earned his Mas ter's Degree. He returned to Tampa and taught school for a year before the war began. He served in the U.S. Ma rine Corps. While in the mil itary, he changed his mind about becoming a Clinical Psychologist and decided to become an attorney. He earned his law degree from Howard University and re turned to Florida. As Chairman of the Re dress Committee for the Southeast Region of the NAACP, Attorney Rodriguez filed the Civil Rights lawsuit in Hillsbor ough County, challenging the separate, but equal edu cation practice, December 10, 1958. He remained the attorney of record until 1974, when Attorney Warren Hope Dawson took over. The lawsuit lingered for several y ears until 2005. Attorney Dawson re called that for 27 years, he was required to monitor the schools twice a year andreport to the courts. The re port contained the breakdown of student and teacher population in minute detail. Attorney Dawson fur ther stated that he led the lit igation to restore Blake High School. "I said that not only was it to be a high school, but a basic high school with its own attendance zone and also a Performing Arts Mag net. That meant that any kids in Hillsborough County could attend. "What that meant was that even if the students didn't attend the Performing Arts Magnet, they couldn't close it because it had its own attendance zone." He further stated that he negotiated the purchase of the land and then City Councilman Perry Harvey, Jr., was instrumental in getting the land from the city at his (Attorney Dawson's) request. After retiring from his legal practice, Attorney Rodriguez became an African Methodist Episcopal minister. He led the congre..: gation of St. James AME Church, in Progress Village. By Iris B. Holton, Sen tinel City Editor can be reached at (813) 2481921. 101 E B usc h Blvd 1 1 0 1 Tampa, F L 813-933-0676

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HOROSCOPES Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)Plan for the spotlight, and focus on your career. There's still a way to win, although conflict could be possible. Don't let anybody push you around. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Wash everything in sight. Take time for long-term planning. Travel compels, but it could get complex. Mercury goes retrograde tomorrow for the next three weeks. Book tickets for later. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Handle financial matters today and tomorrow. Work out a compromise. Put away provi sions for the future. Pay the bills, and reward yourself with re laxation and peace of mind. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Spend more time with your mate the next few days. Partnership is at the forefront. The focus is on peacemaking and compromise. Listen to suggestions, and negotiate a win-win. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You're entering an intense work phase. Sort through your feelings. A co-worker demands your time. Chores need attention Schedule workflow for ease. Aries (March 21-April19) -Continue to repay obliga tions. Take time out for recreation today and tomorrow. Ro mance is a growing possibility. You're gaining support. Celebrate with a home-cooked meal and coziness. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Make household decisions the next few days, and focus on home and family. Improvements to shared living spaces benefit everyone. It's amazing what a lit tle paint can do. Gemini (May 21-June 20)The next two days are excel lent for studying. You'lllearn quickly with laser focus. Research the situation and any new developments. Catch up on the read ing. Back up hard drives. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -That money could show up any time now. You're entering a 2-day phase of financial plan ning and practical effort A spending spree could tempt; contem plate costs. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -For the next few days, innovation and personal assessment rule. Yoq're back in control. Assertive ness works well now. Decide who you're growing up to be. Vtrgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Watch out for surprises. Clarify your direction with friends, and keep an eye on the competition. Review your plans. Finish your work in private. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)You're entering a cooperative cycle today and tomorrow. Your friends are happy to give you a boost. Make sure what you build is solid. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULHope accuses Caroline of playing Thomas against Rick; Brooke tries to keep Bill distracted from his current woes by taking him sightseeing in Colorado; Rick and Eric commiserate about the direction in which Forrester Creations is heading Katie experiences the consequences of her decision to abandon her family; Rick confronts Caroline about her intentions; Liam shares a piece of his past with Steffy. Liam questions Bill about the real reason why Katie left him; Katie requests that Taylor contact her family and let them know she's safe; Bill enlists Justin to assist in tracking down Katie. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Daniel learns shocking news about Nicole; Victor tries to persuade Nicole to leave Daniel alone ; Sami pays Jennifer a visit and winds up upsetting her; John tries to convince Sami to quit lier job. Nicole goes to Jennifer's doorstep armed and dangerous; Victor implores Brady to stop Daniel from leaving town; Kristen assures Stefano that her ef forts to bring the DiMera clan together are on track. EJ seeks Kristen's advice about Daniel and Nicole s betrayal; John gets a surprise when he arrives at the Horton Cabin; Maggie and Brady decide to be supportive of Jennifer; Daniel finds an enraged Nicole at Jennifer's house. GENERAL HOSPITALLuke can't shake his doubts about Duke. Duke shares a romantic dance with Anna. Will Johnny fall for Connie's advances? Emma answers the phone to Robin. Sam refuses to give up. Sabrina asks Elizabeth about the Nurses' Balls of the past. Will Starr take Todd up on his invitation to move in with him? Ellie wants to be Maxie's roommate. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Chelsea accuses Adam of having an affair with Sharon, while Summer launches the next phase of her revenge plot. Jill confronts Katherine, while Phyllis witnesses an intimate moment between Nick and Avery. Chloe tries to broker peace between Michael and Kevin, while Victor's warning unnerves Jack. c! m rn 0 z m 1: m m :a $. "" .-0 rn m Z m .-m c: ..z Front (kR): Josephine Brady and Mary McCullough; standing (L-R): Grace Clark, Heyward Brady, AI Wright and Bertheis Bryant proudly display their Chrisbnas gifts at a Yule..... tide Season Party. _.

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c a: u. c z c c en w :l 1w > w c w ::1: en ::::i m All Class Reunion 'Night In Pink' The All-Class Reunion of the 1970s and 1980s hosted 'A Night Pink at the Channelside Cinema Proceeds from the event will used for Breast Cancer Awareness. (Photos by Sylvester Har' (:ommittee members, Adrian, Valerie and Danny. Members of the All Class Reunion in attendance were: seated, Valerie Frazier, Ebba Williams, Sharon Cook, Harriet McNealy, Annette Gambrell, Karon Wtl.burn, Crystal Bowers and Reggie White (on floor). Standing, left to right: Darell Bell, Danny Green, Phylis Bridges, Don Lee, Bertha Mingo, Herman Wilborne, Keith Boykin, Beatrice, Charles McArthur and Diane Powell. These classmates are Unda Jackson, Tammy Jackson and Z Sharon Tliompson. The 'Motown Flair' entertainment for the evening was by the Jackson Brothers, who included: Willie Jackson, Harold Reeves, Jesse Jackson and Johnny Watson. ffi ..... .J :l m ...I w z fi UJ en a: g 1&. N 9'" w CJ Cf Vickie was at the 'Night In Pink." Supporters of this event were representatives of Family Physicians, Mr. Carlos and Mrs. All Class Reunion members: left to right, Nicole Ratcliff, Grace Smith, Eric Lee, Gloria Shellman, Ramirez. Adrian White, Jessica Jones, and Ursula Davis. WE NEED FOSTER PARENTS NOWI '' WE NEED YOU! WHEN YOU THINK OF FOSTERING THINK FAMILY ENRICHMENT CENTERI SATURDAY CLASSES BEGIN ON NOVEMBER 10TH EVENING CLASSES BEGIN ON NOVEMBER STH CALL (813) 237-2630 X28 FOR DETAILS GIVE A CHILD THE SAFE HOME THEY NEED TODAYI Vaopm Shellman and Valerie McGill were Sandra and Martinez Walthall traveled from amoq those who attended the 'Night In Pink.' I Iceland to attend the event.

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F Lntertainment m wrecll-ltRalph' Earns Dlsnev .1a1n1a ,.. Jav-z And Springsteen S49M, Denzel Comes In Second c.sldlll campaigned With Pres. Obama "Wreck-It.. Ralph," Walt Disney Co. (DIS)'s 3-D ani mated film about video game characters, was the top movie in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in a record $49.1 million in sales for the studio label. "Flight," featuring Denzel Washington as a pilot who averts a major airline dis aster, was second with $25 million in its debut. Former Girl Group Member laid To Rest NatinaReed was buried last Saturday, and her ex, Kurupt covered funeral expenses. The 32-year old was laid to rest just over one week after NATINA she was fatally REED struck on a Georgia highway. Services for Reed were held in Lithonia, Ga. Among those on the guest list included Snoop Dogg, Big Boi, Chilli and T -Doz. from TLC, as well as Reed's group members from Blaque. Georgia police are trying to piece together :what drove the former girl group mem ber, Natina Reed to walk out into traffic. The 32-year-old was struck by a red Honda Ac cord and pronounced dead once transported to a local hospital, 29 minutes later. Oprah Winlrev And Huninaton Post To launch a.,st OWN' Two of the most powerful women in media Oprah Winfrey and Arianna Buffington OPRAH are joining forces. Last week the two launched" Huf!Post OWN," a new section on the Huffing ton Post website that will fea ture material from the Oprah Winfrey Network and Oprah.com. The n:ew online destination will focus on lifestyle advice and personal inspiration. Winfrey said she was "delighted to join the conver sation" at the Buffington Post. In a blog post, Buffin gton saidWmfrey is "made for the Internet," given her qualities of engagement and authenticity. There are now nearly six dozen niche sections on the Buffington Post. Cube And Kevin Locllln Date For Action ComedV 'Ride Along' ICECUBEAnd KEVIN HART Ice and Kevin Hart's police comedy 'Ride Along'has received a release date. The project will open over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, in 2014. Described by a reporter as a "comedic Training Day," the flick will be produced by the West Coast rapper, his Cube Vision partner, Matt Alvarez, Larry Brezner and William Packer. The film centers around an uptight second-grade teacher who must partake in a ride-along with his future brother in-law, before mar r}ring his girlfriend. The teacher, played by Hart, has to prove his loyalty to his soon-to-be-wife by making it through a onenight as signment with the overpro tective brother, played by Cube. Tim Story, who Cube worked with on Barbershop, will direct the film. Some of Story's recent projects in clude, Think Like A Man, which grossed over $100 million domestically. In Ohio oav Betore Election oav Oscar wim1er Jamie Foxx is in talks to play the villain Elec tro in the up coming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Mail. Foxx is negotiating to play the character who gets his super powers via a lightning stfike. Although the film's studio, Sony, has yet to make any thing official, Foxx himself hinted at his upcoming role with a Halloween tweet. "Dressed up as Electro for Halloween, costume fits well," he said. "Electro first appeared in a 1964 Spider-Man comic. His inclusion in the new Spi der-Man universe was al luded to at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man." SteVIe Wonder, Jamie Foxx, Samuel l. Jackson, Martin -Lawrence And Others Pav Tribute To Eddie MU111hl EDDIE MURPHY AND STEVIE WONDER LOS ANGELES How ever riotous the Eddie Murphy stories from Arsenio Hall, Tracy Morgan, Adam Sandler and Rtis sell Brand, the of Spike TV's tribute to Murphy was the comedian's d\let with Stevie Wonder. Murphy joined the sub ject of one of his most classic impressions for a rousing rendition of Wonder's 1973 hit "Higher Ground" during the taping of the Spike 1V special "Eddie Murphy: One Night Only," which is set to airNov.14 Jamie Foxx, Tyler Perry, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock and Keenan Ivory Wayans were also among those paying tribute to Murphy Saturday at the Saban Theater. "I am a very, very bitter man," he said with a beguil ing smile. "I don't get touched easily, and I am really touched." JAY-Z, PRES. OBAMAAnd BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen headed to Ohio on Monday (November sth) to meet up and cam paign with President Barack Obama. The Obama Campaign announced that the influen tial music stars will be stumping with the President the day before Election Day. Pres. Obama will actually start his day in Madison, Wis., where Springsteen will perform and introduce the President. From there, The Boss will travel with Pres. Obama to Colum bus, Ohio. Springsteen will perform again, but this time Jay-Z will follow him on stage with his own per formance as well as an nouncing the POTUS at a rally in the crucial swing state. Pres. Obama's day won't be over just yet as he (and Springsteen) will then travel to Des Moines, Iowa where he will meet up with First Lady Michelle Obama, and conclude his campaign. 50 Cent Announces He's leaving 1he Monev Team' Recently on Twitter, Curtis "so Cent" Jack son took to his account to announce that The Money Team is no more. While he didn't go into full details explaining why he would no longer be working with Floyd "Money" Mayweather, one can assume that his new deal with Manny Pacquiao can be a reason. "TMT IS OVER. the money team is no longer a team. So it SMS promo tions that's it that's all. SM Saudio," 50 tweeted." 50 CENT And FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. "I'm no longer a part [of] or down with TMT promo tions. SMSaudio. If anyone wants a money team jacket I'm selling mine for a dol lar. The [snap] back hat comes with it. That's a [fair] price. Doctor Orders Lil wavne NotTo FIV, Took Bus To Heat Opener Lil Wayne is on strict orders from his doctor not to fly the friendly skies. So with the Miami Heat play ing their home opener against the Boston Celtics this past Tuesday, Lil Wayne made the trip to the game, from Louisiana, via luxury tour bus. LILWAYNE was flying in made an emergency landing so he could received medical treatment. m :::D N 0 ...a. N '11 r 0 :u 0 m z :j z m r m c: I= gJ z ., c: m r (i) % m c m < m :::D' -< .... c: m 0 c ,.. z c '11 :::D 6 The "How To Love" rap per was in his' usual court side seats on Tuesday night because he took a bus to Miami's American Airlines Arena. Tunechi has been prohibited from boarding any private jets after suf fering 2 separate seizures last week after the plane he However, Weezy's handlers have stated that the rapper was suffering from ., severe migraines and dehydration rather than m seizures. ...a. w

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SpoJts Bucs Vlsh Children's ledlcal Center At TIDIPI Genera'IIOSPIIII Recently, Tampa Bay Buccaneer players Keith Tandy, left, and E. J. Biggers visited the Children's Medical Center at Tampa General Hospital. Tandy, and Biggers visited with several patients in the Children's Medical Center. Bailey Rhodes, shown here, and other children received pennants, teddy bears and signed autographs for the youngsters. NBA Team Catches Flak For Being Too White' It' s a question not often a: posed when discussing LL today's NBA: are certain C teams too white? z <( c U) w : I-ii: w > w c w %: U) :::l ID : Q. z _, _, The inverse are teams, or the NBA for that matter, too Black has been raised several times in recent years In a league where Black players have made up at least 75 percent of team ros ters since the 199192 season the idea of a team being too white seems somewhat out of place. But this week, the Min neapolis Star Tribune re ported on the overwhelming number of white players on the Minnesota Timber-Timberwolves forward Andrei Kirilenko tries to drive past Milwaukee Bucks center Samuel Dalembert. wolves roster. Reporters Jerry Zgoda and Dennis Brackin call the team's roster the "whitest since the Boston Celtics teams of the 1980s." : ID _, w z i= z w U) Patriots Obtain CB Talib From Buccaneers <( Q ii: 0 _, LL Aqib Talib can play for the Patriots on November nth after serving a four-game suspension. FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The New England Patriots moved to shore up their shaky secondary on Thurs day by obtaining cornerback Aqib Talib from the Tampa Oi:t Bay Buccaneers. The Patriots traded their fourth-round pick in next year's draft for the former 0: first-round choice, who is coming off his second NFL suspension, and a seventh rounder in 2012. Talib, who has 18 inter ceptions since being taken by Tampa Bay with the 20th pick in 2008 out of Kansas, will be eligible to play in the Patriots' next game on Nov. 11 after serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on perform ance-enhancing substances. He said at the time of the suspension that he took an Adderall pill without a pre scription "around the begin ning of training camp." He also was suspended without pay for the regular season opener in 2010 and fined one additional game check for violating the NFL s personal-conduct policy. That penalty resulted from an altercation with a St. Pe tersburg cab driver during training camp in 2009. Dalln Dlsbtct anornev To Purs11 Charaellalnstlez DALLAS The Dallas County District Attorney's Office said on day that it will L-------1 pursue a misde meanor family violence charge against Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant. District Attorney Craig Watkins said Wednesday afternoon that his office has accepted the charge against Bryant and that a court date will be set. However, Watkins said his office could still decide to handle the charge d i fferently in the future. In other words the DA' s office could still drop the charge or reach a plea deal, just as prosecutors could in any criminal case. NFL uneman Calls 9111fter FlmiiV llleaediV Harasses Him for lonev Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith spends his Sunda y s helping to proL..-...,-;.......;;;..__., teet QB Tony SMITH Romo from being harassed and tor mented by opposing de fenses. Last week, police had to protect him from being ha rassed and tormented by his family members over money Last week, Dallas police responded to a 911 call to Smith's North Dallas home where two of his sisters along with a third unknown person showed up to "harass and torment him in the pursuit of collecting financial gain," according to police reports. It was the second time in four days that the siblings showed up at his home. Smith, 21, is in his second year with the Cowboys his first as starting left tackle, is considered to be a rising star. The ninth-overall pick out of Southern Califor nia in 2011, the 6-foot-5 308-pound Smith signed a $12.5M contract last season with" America s Team and it has brought with it a lot of unwanted attention from his family. Over the summer, Smith filed a restraining order through his attorneys against his stepfather, Roy Pinkney, and his mother, Frankie Pinkney, barring them from contacting Smith, even through sib lings. warren Moon Mentorina Russell Wilson RUSSELL WilSON Former Seahawk and NFL Hall-of-Farner Warren Moon's mentorship .of rookie quarterback Russell Wilson is being chronicled by NFL Films. "When it comes to this y ear's rookie quarterback class, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have garnered most of the head lines. But up in Seattle, Russell Wilson is putting to-WARREN MOON gether an impressive debut season of his own thanks in part to a familiar mentor." Moon, who happens to be the analyst on Seahawks radio broadcasts first reached out to Wilson in the preseason, and Wilson didn't hesitate to take Moon up on his offer. The two talk throughout the week, and even on plane rides home immediately after games. Michael Jordan on owning NBA Team: I'm In It For The long Haul' Michael Jordan's place among the NBA' s all-time best players isn't up for much debate. His legacy as an NBA owner is a far dif ferent story. Jordan's Charlotte Bobcats finished last season with the NBA's all-time worst winning per centage, finishing 7-59. (.106) His team failed to secure the top pick in this year's draft, despite having the best statistical chance. Jordan hired coach Mike Dunlap to help turn things MICHAEL JORDAN around for this year's team and added guard Ben Gordon via trade. Jordan says, "I'm in it for the long haul. Blake GriUin Signs With Jordan Brand BLAKE GRIFFIN One of the rising faces of the NBA, Los Angeles Clip per Blake Griffin, is now one of the faces of the Jordan Brand. Joining Oklahoma City Thunder Guard Russell Westbrook, Griffin joins the sneaker brand which bears the names of the game's greatest player. Griffin debuted in Jordan Brand kicks last week in a victory over the Memphis Grizzlies by sporting a sharp pair of cobalt blue Super Fly Jordans. The Clippers' high. flying forw'ard and two time NBA All-Star has become the latest NBA star to join Nike's Jordan Brand joining teammate Chris Paul, Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, Nets guard Joe Johnson, Heat guard Ray Allen and more.

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Sports lues Break More Records In Win Over Raiders On Sunday in Oakland, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prevailed over the Oakland Raiders, 42-32 to keep their win streak alive and reach .500 in the NFC South. The win was a record-set ting day for the Bucs, as rookie running back, Doug Martin, finished his day with 251 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns. Martin has broken the single game rush ing record James Wilder by 32 yards, and along with wide receiver Mike Williams, has turned in consistent performances. Martin scored on runs of 45, 67, ad 70 yards, the first time an NFL back ever has had three touchdown runs of 45 yards or longer. Martin has recording 486 yards of total offense in his last two games. Quarterback Josh Freeman has also stepped up his game, finishing 18-of-30 for 24 7 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions. On defense, Da'Quan Bowers and Michael Bennett sacked Raider quarterDOUG MARTIN .. first-round draft pick from Boise State has set new Buccaneer records bac.k Carson Palmer once each, and kept the Raiders on their heels Ute entire con test. At halftime, the score was 10-7 Raiders, but the Bucs erupted for three th_ird quar ter touchdowns, and the Raiders never recovered. Now, the Bucs are actually talking playoffs, if they can continue their winning streak, and stay injury free. Next up for the Bucs will be a return to Raymond James Stadium this Sunday to face the San Diego Charg ers. Kickoff will be at 1 p.m. FAMU Football Coach Announces Retirement BY TED TAYLOR Near the end of the year in 2007, new Florida A & M president James Ammons and then-recently appointed athletic director Bill Hayes were astonished to learn that legendary Hampton Univer sity head football coach, Joe Taylor was available for the still open Rattler position. After a tenure of 16 years at Hampton, Taylor was se lected to lead the Rattler pro gram. At the time, Taylor was the most accomplished col lege football coach available and the future looked bright for Taylor and FAMU. Hav ing amassed a record of 13648-1, at Hampton, and a record of 60-19-3, at his pre vious head coaching stop at Virginia Union University covering eight years, and COACH JOE TAYLOR Retiring from FAMU at end of season having won multiple Central Intercollegiate Athletic Asso ciation and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference crowns, FAMU viewed Taylor as the coach to get the Rattlers back to the Football Champi onship Subdivision postsea son playoffs. The second winningest ac tive football coach in college athletics with a record of 230-92-4, announced to the team at breakfast Saturday morning before the game against North Carolina A & T that he is retiring at the end of the season. He leaves F AMU with a somewhat disappointing record, currently of 32-15, and only his second losing season six losses to this point and 1-9, in first head job at Howard University in 1983 -in a decorated ca reer. Sapp's $11 Mansion Sells For $2.11 Atlucdon WINDERMERE, Fla. There is a street named for Warren Sapp in Apopka where he grew up. The standout defensive lineman earned a reported $77 million in the NFL, mostly with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But on Thursday Sapp was forced to auction his Winder mere mansion, on Lake But ler, after he filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The buyer is an interna tional fitness expert who lives in Wesley Snipes' for mer home in a nearby neigh borhood. She said she plans to sell Sapp's home for profit, if the bankruptcy judge signs off on her offer next week. Marian ling AbruDIIV Redres From Reauaeaovz Marlon King, one of the best strikers in international soccer, abruptly retired Sunday from Jamaica's KING Reggae Boyz, after eight years with the team. "It is with the deepest re gret that I, Marlon King, have today decided to retire myself from international football," he said in a state ment. "I have always given my all to the Jamaican foot ball team and have some very fond memories of my achievements within the squad." Suspects Arrested In Pascual Perez Murder case Police in the Dominican Republic said they arrested 3 men suspected of killing for mer major league pitcher Pascual Perez during an attempted home robbery. Maximo Baez, the crim inal investigations director, said one suspect confessed that he and 4 others planned to rob Perez's home. Police said they have identified the 2 other suspects, who remain fugitives. Police said they ex-pect to file charges. Perez, 55, last played for the New York Yankees in 1991 He was discovered by his ex-wife last Thursday with severe head wounds. Police said one of the sus pects knew Perez and told authorities that they sought to steal his $2,400 monthly pension for his n-year career in the majors. Let's welcome again with open arms and eyes the gorgeous woman known to us as Adelia. If you missed her before, shame on you, but here's a quick update anyway. Adelia is a diverse, talented, and sexy woman who has been modeling for 6 years. She has a deep passion for the arts, and considers herself multi-talented. Adelia has competed as a sculptor, painter, graphic designer, and in contemporary art. As a entrepreneur, Adelia is multi-faceted, an organizer, promoter, coordinator, hostess, and businesswoman. Congratulations again to Adelia as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your pho tos and information to tclark@flsentinel.com. 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(813) 248-6125 -.wilson-funeralhome.com 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florid 33610 Local Ministrv Asks For Donations OISocksAnd Blankets Cornelius "Big Bru" Hamilton said he feels blessed to be able to feed hundreds of homeless people every week, and his heart is always full of wanting to do more. With the temperatures start ing to drop, Hamilton said he wants to initiate a blanket and sockdrive. I would like to hand out a pair of socks, a sheet, and blim ket to every homeless person I feed on Sundays at the Salva tion Army." Anyone who wants to do nate, can drop the items off at the Walk Church, 8619 North 40th Street, Big Bru's Barbecue, 8751 North 40th Street, or by calling (813) 965-7796. National Crime Watch Meeunu The Green Ridge and Delaney Creek Estates Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting will be held Tuesday (today), November 6 2012, 6-8 p. m. at Winston Park Center, 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa (33619). Your input will help to make this a better place to live. For more information, (813) 626-4831. Coordinator, Mrs. Ola Lott. Companv VP, Former Tan-pan, Presents Seminar Thursdav HOLTON BUGGS Described as a Millionaire Mastermind, former Tampan, Holton Buggs will be in Tampa Thursday, November 8, 2012. Buggs is the Vice Presi dent of Sales for Organo Gold. The event will be held at the downtown Marriott Waterside, 700 S. Florida Ave. (Tampa) Registration is set to begin at 6:30 p. m. followed by the pro gram at 7:30 p. m., followed by advanced training. There is a small registration fee. For ad ditional information go to ogu niversity.com. Buggs grew up in Tampa's Ponce de Leon Homes and owned his first business at age 27. He will share additional in formation about his journey when he comes to Tampa. With Your Pravers lncluded .. Polls Suggest Pres. Obama Will Win On Tuesdav A series of major polls re leased on Sunday showed President Obama ahead na tionally and in key states, mak ing him the favorite to win on Tuesday. A new NBC News/Wall Street J oumal survey showed Pres. Obama at 48 percent of the vote, while Mitt Romney had 4 7 percent. The Pew Re search Center put the presi dent at so percent, while Romney had 47 The Wash ington Post-ABC News poll showed Pres. Obama at 49, Romney 48. Surveys released by Rasmussen and Politico showed the race tied. All of the polls are within the margin of error, but the group of findings, in which Romney did not lead in any of the surveys, suggests a narrow Pres. Obarna lead. The pres ident also led so percent to 48 percent in a Columbus Dis patch poll of Ohio, the state both campaigns are aggres sively contesting. The Des U.S. President Barack Obama addresses a cunpaign rally in State Capitol Square November 4, 2012 in Concord, New Hampshire. Moines Register showed the president ahead 4 7 to 42 in Iowa, a must-win state for Pres. Obama. In Florida, a must-win for Romney, one major poll put Pres. Obama ahead by two, while another showed Romney leads by six Currently, Pres. Obama is favored in states that compro mise 237 total electoral votes while Romney leads in states that toal191. That includes 41 states. Of the nine that are closest, Romney leads in North Carolina, while Pres. Obama is ahead in Nevada, New Hampshire, Iowa, Ohio and Wisconsin, according to most surveys. The president would have 271 electoral votes if he carried only Iowa, Ohio and Wisconsin, giving him enough to win. Colorado, Florida and Virginia are effec tively tied. Romney is making a last ditch effort in Pennsylvania but is behind in most polls there. Florida Dems Sue To Keep Earlv Voting Open: Sundav Voting Resumes In 5 Counties Hours after Florida Democ rats filed suit in federal court over Gov. Rick Scott's refusal to issue an executive order ex tending the amount of time available to vote early, Miami Dade County reopened its polls to Sunday voters. Now, four other counties have followed suit. The Florida Democratic Party's executive director, Scott Arceneaux, released a statement just before 1 p.m. Sunday, saying: "If you live in one of five Florida counties MiamiDade, Palm Beach, Hillsbor ough, Orange or Pinellas you can vote today. Voters can go to their county Supervisor of Elec tion office to cast their absentee ballot in person. Additionally, voters in Orange County can early vote this afternoon in Winter Park at the Winter Park Library (460 E. New England Ave., across from Rollins Col lege); to make up for the four hours that location was closed yesterday, Floridians can vote in Winter Park today between 1 p .m. and 5 p .m. ET. If you are in line by 5 p m., you can vote. In addition, voters statewide can request and cast absentee ballots on Monday according to the Miami-Herald, which notes that the five counties that reopened on Sunday are home to 1.6 million registered DeQ.t.about a third of the state s total Broward County, which raised alarms when vote totals from the first day of early vot ing were significantly revised, and where a backlog of absen tee ballots has left thousands without their ballots, did not follow suit.

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National Newarlllavor corv Booker InVites 2 NYC Brothers California Woman -Discovers sandV Vlcd11s To His House Swept From She's lono Winner, 25 Davs z NEWARK ,.NJNewark mayor Cory Booker has won widespread praise in the past of his hands-on efforts with his cities residents When it comes to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, he' s burnished his re-putation even further, by offering up his home to victims of the storm In the storm's aftermath, the Newark mayor has been tweeting non-stop, offering updates on power outages, calming frazzled constituents and checking up on those in need. And now he's inviting neighbors without power to seek refuge at his house. Two Atlanta Ollcers Die In CoPter Crash Searching For Missing Bov Tragedy struck Atlanta over the weekend when a police hel icopter crashed and exploded, killing both of the officers on board who were participating in a search from the air for a missing nine-year-old boy who was later found. Apparently the helicopter was flying too low, trying to get a good view of the neighbor hood before it hit a power line pole and plummeted to the ground on a bust street near shopping plazas, fast-food restaurants and a gas station. Atlanta police spokesman John Chafee said that the little boy was found a couple of hours after the crash-after running away because he was -llill CEI/Presld8111 I RICHARD J. HALFORD And SHAWN A. SMILEY scolded by his mother The deceased officers are pilot Richard J. Halford, 48, of Lithia Springs who had been with the department for 26 y ears and Shawn A. Smiley, 40 of Lithonia, a tactical flight officer who joined the de partment two years ago. Mother's Arms Before Fortenlng S23 Million During Storm The winner of California s never checked / Super Lotto Plus Jackpot sat Found Dead onherticketforsmonths,not "When her daughter :u N E W knowing that she won $23 her mother a picture of YORK million. newspaper this morning, It was only after her daught t b k th Two young JUS wen ac out to e ter saw her in a snapshot of d th k brothers an etic etwass1tting surveillance video in the s w e p t where she left it. Pretty newspaper that she made the from the ing." discovery 25 days before arms of forfeiting the money to CaliThe winner filed her t h e i r & 1 h and, according to .ornia pub ic sc ools for failmother by ure to claim her prize. should be receiving her the violent "We had our winner come in four to six weeks sea at the GLENDA MOORE forward and claim the $23 it's been a long five months height of million prize, confirmed Cal-California Lottery officials Superstorm Sandy were found dead in a marsh Thursday, a ifornia Lottery spokesperson who had been searching Alex Traverso. "She sa1"d the mystery WI" nner tragic exclamation mark on an epic storm. Ex-Detroit Olicial Charged For Bringing loaded Gun Into Airpon Anthony ....--.....,.-----. lice held on to the gun though it was registered Adams and he had a valid mit to carry a concealed wea1DOtl.l N 0 N The boys, 2-year-old Brandon and 4-year-old Connor Moore, were sucked into the swirling floodwaters as their mother, Glenda Moore; tried to escape her SUV after it stalled Monday in the deluge on Staten Island, one of the areas hardest hit by the storm that has claimed 90 lives. Adams was at the airport on Oct. 18 when the handgun was found in liis laptop bag. He After passing checks, Adams was Terrible terri ble," Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said as he announced that the bodies had been discovered on the third day of a search that included police divers and sniffer dogs. told police that F ormer De-he was ru shmg troit Deputy and forgot to Mayor Anthony remove the Adams was weapon, which charged with he carries for weapons pos-. sessiOn. protection. Po-allowed to get on a plime, 0 missed his scheduled flight Philadelphia )> A former employee of disen graced Detroit Mayor m Kilpatrick, Adams' also includes tenure as the for-z mer president of the Detroit m school board. 1 aJ c: r r m ::f z "'D c: aJ c C/) ::1: m c m < m :a < -1 c: m C/) c ?< )> z c 'T1 c ?< 813-615-1040 over 1,008 hemn lleuallt & Seld ladle Tam Bav na Slace August, 2808. C) m

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Nr------------------------------------------------------------------------------------i Crime ui m: w m :1 w > Suspects Sought In Robberv Ollnternet Call g Hillsborough County ,; Sheriffs deputies are asking for help in locating two sus en pects in the robbery of the Sunset Internet Cafe. t-On November 1t, deputies said at 12:30 a. m., two armed men entered the business at 14220 Nebraska Avenue, ap proached a man who was walking out of the business, and hit him in the head with the butt of a gun, telling him to stay inside. Deputies said there were four people inside the busi ness at the time of the offense, and one of the suspects used his handgun a second time to strike a victim in the head. Both suspects fled the restaurant, and deputies said they were Black males in their 20s, both armed with a handgun. Anyone with information is asked to call (813) 2478200. Man Found Hiding In Bushes At Apartment Complex e a: lL Q z c( Q en w :::) .... 11: w > w Q w ::c en ::l m = z _, _, = m _, w z i= z W en c( Q a: 0 _, lL Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies have ar rested a man they said was hiding in the bushes at a apartment complex Satur day. Christian.Ramirez, 23, has been charged with loiter ing and prowling. About 1 a. m., deputies working surveil lance at Marina Point Village Court, 6646 Marina Point Village Court, found Ramirez hiding in bushes behind a building and near an apartment window. Deputies said after they confronted Ramirez, he could not provide a logical reason why he was in the bushes CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ The apartment where Ramirez was found is the same where a burglary oc curred in mid-October, deputies said. WARREN DAWSO 1461 TBIDDI Park Plaza @ Ne nska Ave. & scoa St. Tr-c h n; cf a I J:s1:r s J., :c: so .. :r'1J" .. :: '":t s:: e .... :::--.. .. :s 3efor c J OJ dec cc a;"' .. s to .. : .au .. .. : : .. 3 t :n: a'": c.tp; C":c WWW .FLSENTINEL.CO M www.focebook.com/flsen6nel WelllniMI Pnm er, IICII'd 1.11111 F IIIIer flllnd GuiRV Of RICO DAVID GAY On Friday, November 2nd, a jury found David "FI" Gay, 39, guilty on 15 charges involv ing RICO and cocaine traffick ing. According to Assistant State Attorney, Mark Cox, Gay could get up to 30 years on the RICO charges, ad a minimum mandatory sen tence of 3 years on each of the other charges. Judge William Fuent e will be sentencing Gay on Fri day, November 9th. Gay is the founder of Is abomb Records, and well known in the area as a club manager, promoter, and de veloper of talent. Man Found Shot To Death At Duplex MELVIN TURNER BRADENTON Early Thursday, Manatee County Sheriffs deputies reported that a 45-year-old man was found shot to death in the parking lot of a duplex. A neighbor of the duplex in the 700 block of 61s t Avenue, East found the body of Melvin Turner on the ground wtth a gunshot wound. Authorities said they be lieve Turner was on his way to work at a local employment agency A motive for the shooting is not known at this time, deputies said. ,. Anyone with information is asked to call (941) 747-3011. The future isn't promised 1, 4, 9, 12 to anyone, but you can 15, 19, 21, 24 dictate future 26, 31, 33, 36 by making the right choices 39, 41, 43, 48 Arrest ade In Seven Vehicle Hit-And Run Crash PINELLAS COUN1Y The Pinellas County Sheriffs Office reports that a man has been charged in a seven-vehi cle hit-and-run incident that occurred on June 1, 2012. Deputies reported that just before midnight on June 1't, a deputy patrol saw a vehi cle traveling west on Curlew Road make an illegal U turn. The deputy initiated a traffic stop, but the vehicle fled. The deputy reportedly deactivated his emergency lights, and did not pursue the vehicle. Authorities said the flee ing vehicle ran at least two red lights before causing a seven-vehicle crash at McMullen Booth Road and En terprise Boulevard. The driver fled the scene SAEED WILLIAMS on foot, and several people were left injured as a result of the crash On October 31'\ Saeed Williams, 23, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in injuries, aggravated fleeing and elud ing, and reckless driving re sulting in injury. Trio souuhtln Theil It Goodwill Store Hillsborough County deputies are seeking help in identifying three people seen breaking into a Goodwill Store Detectives said a surveil lance camera showed the sus pects cutting the lock to a gate at the store on State Road 60 in Valrico on October tt around 6:30 a. m After getting inside, the suspects reportedly cut the lock on two enclosed trailers parked inside the fence and stole about $350 worth of various items, including a pressure washer. The suspects are described as two Hispanic males Surveillance from the robbery o f a Goodwill Store. and a Hispanic female, and they were seen leaving in a white Ford Windstar with dark tinted windows, and no visible hubcaps Youth Minister Indicted For Making Ch .. ld Porn LAKE WALES -A Lake Wales youth minister and registered sex offender who is facing several counts of hav ing sex with children has been indicted on charges of pro ducing child pornography A grand jury charged Arnold Mathis, -41, with two counts of producing and attempting to produce child pornography. If convicted, Mathis faces a mandatory minimum of 35 years and up to so years in federal prison on each count. According to the indict ment, between May and No vember 2011, Mathis persuaded and attempted to persuade two minors to en gage in sexually explicit con duct for the purpose of ARNOLD MATHIS procuring visual depictions of the conduct. At the time of the offenses, Mathis was reportedly a youth minister and associate pastor at Higher Praise Min istries. Records show Mathis has been a regjstered sex offender since 1997.

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II LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Date Issued: November 02, 2012 The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (the "Authority ) will receive sealed bids for Job Order Contracts IFB FY2012-o4 ORED, IFB FY2012-Q5 ORED, and IFB FY2012-Q6 until2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), on the dates indicated in the Bid Table below, in the 3rd floor contracting department conference room located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the above stated time may not be considered. This Advertisement for Bid pertains to three (3) Job Order Contracts (hereinafter called JOC). A JOC is a competitive bid resulting in a firm fixed priced indefinite quantity construction contract. The Scope of Work includes a collection of detailed repair, construction, replacement and demolition tasks with related performance specifications and pre-established unit prices The contracts are for the accomplishment of repair, alteration modernization, maintenance, rehabilitation, demolition and construction of infrastructure, buildings, structures, or other real property. Work is accomplished by means of issoance of a job order against the contract. Under the JOC contract, the Contractor is required to furnish all anc;illary design, management, documentation, labor, materials and equipment needed to perform the work Bid Table The bid dates and contract values for the referenced Job Order Contracts are as follows: Bid Bid Due Minimum Maximum Contract Maximum Contract Number .DJ.m Contract Value Term Value Total Value IFB FY2012-04 ORED 11/27/12 $50,000 00 $1,000,000.00 $3,000,000.00 IFB FY2012-05 ORED 11/28/12 $50,000.00 $2,000,000.00 $6,000,000.00 IFB FY2012-06 ORED 11/29/12 $50,000.00 $3,000,000.00 $9,000,000.00 Each contract will have an initial term equal to one (1) Contract Term. A Contract Term is defined as one (1) year from the date of contract award or when the Maximum Contract Term Value is achieved, whichever occurs first. Each contract will include an option for two (2) additional Contract Terms. The total term of the contract shall not exceed three Such additional Contract Terms shall be subject to the sole discretion of the Authority. It is the current intention of Authority to award at least one (1) Job Order Contract for each contract number under this solicitation on the basis of the lowest and most responsible bid. However, Authority reserves the right to award multiple contracts, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest. Such multiple awards shall not affect the Minimum Contract Value, the Maximum Contract Term Value, or the Maximum Contract Total Value, as stated above for each contract awarded. The Authority will award only one JOC contract to a single Contractor under this Advertisement (i.e., no Contractor will be awarded more than one JOC contract). The Authority further reserves the right to award no Contracts under a given Contract number or all Contract numbJlrs, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest. As a condition of bidding, prospective Bidders must attend a mandatory pre-bid conference and purchase a copy of the contract documents on CD ROM. The pre-bid conference will be held at 1:00 p.m., November 13th, 2012. The agenda of the pre-bid conference will include: discussing the JOC concept; reviewing the Contract Documents; discussing the details of the Authority's JOC program; discussing JOC fr om a Contractor's viewpoint (including how to calculate a bid); answering bidder's questions; and other bid considerations. The pre-bid conference will be held in the 3rd floor contracting department conference room located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida 33607, and last approximately two hours and thirty minutes. At the pre-bid conference, each attendee will be required to sign-in and provide his/her name, title, company he/she is representing, phone number, fax number and e-mail address. Each attendee will be required to provide a fax number and a street address at which to receive addenda information. Any Bidder submitting a bid and who was not represented and signed in the pre-bid conference may be deemed nonrespon sive. If the bidder is a joint venture, at least one party of the joint venture must have been represented and signed in at the pre-bid conference or the joint venture may be deemed nonresponsive The Bidder must hold, at the time of Bid, a Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) issued Division 1General Contractors license that allows the Bidder to perform commerciaVresidential construction unlimited in height within Hillsborough County. If the bidder is a joint venture, the joint venture itself will be considered a separate and distinct organization and must be in compliance with all requirements of the state statutes and the Florida CILB regulations. A copy of the contract documents may be obtained by qualified contractors on CD ROM for $100 00 (non-refundable) from the Authority and must be purchased as a condition of bidding. Contract documents may be examined and purchased at the Authority's contracting office located on the 3rd floor at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607. Questions regarding this solicitation for bids may be directed to: Mr. Nicholas Dickerson, Contracting Officer, (813) 341-9101 ext. 3500. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days subsequent to the opening of bids without prior written consent of the Authority. The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa Is an Equal Opportunity Employer .FL -SE.NTINEL.COM www.facebook.com/flsentinel www .twiHer .com/flsentinelb The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued a Request for Proposals {RFP). 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