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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area

N---------------------------------------------------------------------------FeatureS Events Planned To Help Ailing Disc Jockev FWYD "FWYD JOY" RIVERS him and his family, so a group of his close friends and colleagues decided to come to the rescue. Three area lounges, the Zanzi Bar Cotton Club and Double Decker, have all agreed to host three events to help raise funds to cover the mounting medical expenses Floyd Joy has experienced. The first event will be held Friday, November 16th at the Double Decker Lounge on Cass Street and Edison Avenue. The second event With Floyd "Floyd Joy" will be held Saturday, Rivers being among only a November 17th upstairs at handful of disc jockeys the new ZanziBar Lounge on who've been performing for Main Street. The third event more than four decades, it will be held at the Cotton should come as no surprise Club on the corner of Albany that he has achieved leg-Avenue and Beach Street. endary status. All of the events will begin Two months ago, the area 's at 8 p. m. and featured most celebrated DJ suffered a guests will be local singer, > mild stroke that also aggra-Casanova, along with Carl <( vated other health problems, Mark, Jr., and the C and required him to spend a Jackson Brothers. ff: long time in the hospital. All of Floyd Joy's friends, c Floyd Joy's hospital stay associates, colleagues, and Z as well as other medical fans are invited to caine out < expenses, has overwhelmed and show their support. Tampa Housing Authoritv To Meet For Discussions On Redevelopment Plans In West Tampa On Wednesday, November 14th at 8 a. m., the Tampa Housing Authority Board will discuss the future of the North Boulevard Homes Complex and the Bethune Hi-Rise Building. T.H.A. CEO, Jerome Ryans, announced their plans to rede velop the North Boulevard Homes property within the next five m years, and with the announcement of the West Tampa Chamber ::) of Commerce's plan, T.H.A. will be clarifying where they are, and a.. what lies ahead. The meeting will be held at the Moses White Public Housing t:i Complex on soth Street near Sligh Avenue. ...J ...J ::) m 111e Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care ... Service Support Help from the begiing to the end. Splnallnjurtes Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain lhnpoltallon Avalable Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Specializing In: c. Accidents Pedeltriln lnc:identl Motorqcle Truck -niFala Bicyde Bus (PIP lnslnnce Needed) -Don't be wielimlzed twice for an accident that wasdt ycu faalt" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Ton Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To Youlube and punch The Patty Shuffle AVIHable 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week lltiele Tampa Man Killed In Accident On 1-4 Ac<;ording to the Florida Highway Patrol, a man was killed early Sunday morning in an accident on Interstate 4 The report indicates Tavares Sherman, 33, was stopped in stalled traffic on 1 4 near the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. exit. Troopers reported that Edward Sovis, 36, failed to stop and ran his vehicle TAVARES SHERMAN into the rear of Shennan's vehicle, causing it to spin. Sherman was fatally injured in the accident, and pronounced dead at the scene. Sovis and three passengers received minor injuries and were hospitalized. The accident is being investigated and no charges have been filed at this time. FAMU Celebrates 125th Anniversarv On Thursday, Florida A & M University will have its Legacy Torch travel to Tampa. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 14 -to highlight the contributions of FAMU alumni and to raise funds for scholarships. Dr. Walter L. Smith, the seventh president of Florida A & M University, and the Tampa Alumni Chapter of the FAMU National Alumni Association are coordinating the official DR. WALTER SMITH 7th President of Florida A & M University welcome of the Torch Tour. The F AMU Torch has trav eled across the United States in an effort to promote voter registration and to increase membership in the FAMU National Alumni Association The celebration is in honor of the institution's 125th Anniversary Celebration. Dr. William E. Hudson, Jr., and the FAMU Division of Student Affairs, will host a scholarship and recruitment program at the Marriott Renaissance, 4200 Jim Walter Blvd., beginning at 6:30p. m. NAACP To Hold MonthiV Meeting Members of the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthly General Membership Meeting on Thursday, November 15, at 7 p m. The meeting will take place at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 E. Chipco Avenue Rev. Bart Banks is the host pastor. One of the topics at the meeting will be the Election of Officers and At-Large 'IPPr&CIIdDI IIJ' Event To Be laid II IDIIIIS Pill Pond On Sunday, November 25th from 12 p. m. until 6 p. m., Children With A Vision, Incorporated, along with IsaBomb Entertainment, 1828 Entertainment, MB Entertainment, Flaunt Entertainment, Habari, and Blazin Entertainment will host an "Appreciation Day" event for Thanksgiving week end. The event will be held at the Robles Park Pond, 3305 North Avon, and will be a family friendly event. There will be plenty of free food, live music, bounce houses, games and more. More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the event, and volunteers would be appreciated. For more information, contact Mrs. Tonya Lewis at (813) 23s-s6s6. Executive Committee members of the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will take place on Thursday, November 29, at the Branch Office, 308 E Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. The community is invited to attend the meeting, ask ques tions, and discuss community-oriented issues. Anyone. who wishes to become a member of the organization is encouraged to join. iOll4i:W'n,j:.nt (Choose) Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can contact the Hillsborough County NAACP Branch Office at (813) 234-8683, or visit the website at naacp org Dr. Carolyn H. Collins is the Branch President; Rev. Jay Jackson is the Religious Affairs Chairman; and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Student Of The Month, Other


---------------------------------------------------------features m Flawed Elecuon count Results West Tampa Group Meets With In onicials Filing New Bills West Tampa Chamber Members m has scheduled a series of i: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Tuesday, President Barack Obama was re elected to serve four more years. In the wake of the elec tion, the final tally for Florida was not completed in Satur day. While Florida did not change the outcome of the election, people throughout the state are calling for reform. Some of those include elected officials. Although the legislative ses sion does not begin until later this month, some bills have al ready been filed to bring about a change. State Senator Arthenia Joyner has filed one of those bills. Senator Joyner said the bill she filed calls for re-instat ing 14 days of early voting, al lowing voters to change their polling places on Election Day whether it is in the county or outside the county; increasing the locations where early vot ing can take place; and to do away with voter challenges on Election Day. She further stated, "Last year we had 12 Democrats in the Senate but, we were able to get things done with the help of 8 liberal Republicans. This year, we have 14 Democratic Senators, which means that the Republicans no longer have 2/3 majority. "In the House, there are now 44 Democrats so the Republi cans no longer have 2/3 con trol there, either. Senator Joyner said with the help of the liberal Republi cans, they were able to kill the prison privatization bill and a bill that would have allowed public schools to convert into charter schools. She said the bill, known as the Parent Trigger Bill, would have allowed the schools to be come privately owned with a vote of 51% of the parents of students attending the school. The four schools in Hillsbor ough County that were being targeted were Middleton High School, Booker T. Washington Elementary School, Potter Ele mentary School, and Riverhills Elementary School. State Rep. Betty Reed said, "The new session is weeks away, but there has been big conversation about this prob lem. There is going to be a meeting on November 30th in Tallahassee and the voting problem is going to be the topic. I know we have to do something, what happened last week is just terrible. I'm confident that some changes are going to be made." BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When West Tampa Com munity Group facilitator, Dwight Bolden, and West Tampa Black Business Asso ciation President, Bennie Small, read the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce's plans for the redevelopment of West Tampa, they had plenty of questions. One glaring omission was any mention of the role African Americans played in the history of West Tampa, said Bolden. "I quickly noticed that their plan was kind of vague, and loaded with undertones," said Small. The gentlemen requested, and were granted, a meeting with the Chamber last week, and after the meeting neither Bolden or Small felt confi dent that they were taken se riously. "I got the impression they were basically telling us what their plans were, and letting us know they were in charge, and anything we wanted, we had to go through them. "They gave us a lot of infor mation, and I appreciate them taking the time to sit down and talk with us. We told them where we stood on BENNIE SMAIL their plan and we were seek ing inclusion at the ground level not after the plan is ini tiated." Small said it appeared the Chamber members were more than happy to talk to them but also were careful not to mention anything spe cific. They gave us subtle hints of what their intentions are, and I felt like they were talk ing over our heads, or at least trying to. "This will all come down to the approval of the Tampa City Council, and before that happens, we as a community will be heard and repre sented. As we've said in the past, we have no problem with West Tampa being rede veloped. We think it's long past due. What we want is to be a part of that project, have some input into what lies ahead, and get some employ ment opportunities out of it." Small said the Chamber meetings that are supposed to begin in December to present ::c their plan to the general pub.... lie. "I want to make sure the people understand what this plan is all about, and the im pact it will play on their lives. "It seems forgotten some where in the process that in order to redevelop West Tampa, residents will have to know what will happen to them, and will they be able to stay, or forced to leave." Small and Bolden said the best way to accomplish that is to create better unity among the residents and business owners in the area, and make sure they know what's going on. Tatiana Denson, former State Representative candi date and part of the WTCG, said one suggestion was to turn Main Street into a his toric landmark to protect the African American businesses. ., "We also asked for them to r amend their plan for the rede0 velopment of West Tampa to :!! make it more inclasive." Ms. Denson said she also en plans on joining the West m Tampa Chamber of Commerce to have a more handsz on look at what's going on in m West Tampa. c: r r r..Jamas H. 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Editorials/Columns / ........ .,... bama to help register Black a: voters and who now is rejoicFLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) ing over their performance ::E last week. Daniels was ar2207 21st Avenue. Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., W rested at a voter at a voters rights demonstration in Lown-Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: send Address Change To: Z Black Voters Thank ou' des eounty, Alabama, jailed in > II Hayneville suddenly released, Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tmpe, FL 33801 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL From Voter RI-Uhts Casualdes and was shot dead minutes tn later by a deputy sheriff. C Blythe Andrwwe 1801-1877 (1845) C. Blythe Andrews, .lr. W Indeed, the spirits of Kudos to all Blacks and His-Luther King, Jr., and Tampa's voting rights advo1--2010 (1877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PREBIDENTI'CONTROLLER ALUSON WELL8-CLEBERT, CFO OWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISINQ DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOVNETTA COBB, PROOUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER 8ubecrlpt ............. ---Edltlona: SliT.--y--Edltlone. Oplnlorte P...-of.,... ,..,..,.per byColuM...._ or au..t do ......_ ... edltoc'W etwtce ol '-The Aortdll 8entlfwl llu-n or the Publleher. ./ Home Insurance Tax Deducdon Gone: Home Monuaaelnterestls Nextil L isten. While you and 10 million other homeowners were either asleep or engrossed in believing political half-truths and fictitious commercials, homeowners were losing the ability to deduct the cost of home insurance on their income tax. It reminds us very much of an old saying, "When you snooze, you lose." Because homeowners didn't complain about losing home insurance deductions, some Congresspersons are now considering removing mortgage interests and &L real estate property tax deductions, which homeowners C have enjoyed for many years. Iri addition, as if being bamboozled out of what was >rightfully ours wasn't criminal enough (referring to tax iC deductions), we middle class homeowners now face a tax increase. The loss of deductions for home insurance can raise taxpayers' net income by $2,000 to $5,000 or 1more. Consequently, the cost of insurance premiums will place homeowners' net income into higher tax W brackets. rij By the way, President Obama is opposed to removing c these deductions for taxpayers who earn $250,000 .or W less. We commend his common sense. But he cannot weather the storms of corporate greed and political chi :::i canery alone. He needs our help. So, fellow taxpayers and ethical-thinkers, share this Q. editorial and comments with. family, friends, co-workZ ers and Congressional Make your tij voices heard. ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z Fiscal CliH-Watchinu: Corporate Tax Dodging i= Hollywood legend and cowboy icon Tom Mix is ffi given credit with popularizing cliff-hanging en wherein the hero is left in a bad spot and the audience C has to wait until the next episode to see if the hero sur a: vives. No doubt, Tom Mix would be thrilled to know cer0 tain economists and politicians are using his idea with Li a slight modification, to describe what they think will happen to America's economy by 2013 if the federal government doesn't take action to reduce its deficit and curtail spending. However, as any good Hollywood Western buff remembers, either the hero comes up with a great idea or the cavalry arrives to save the day. Our hero, this time, is President Obama and his posse' (a reborn Congress). The villains they face will most likely pose the following questions. On a lighter vein, should Big Bird really be put to the axe? And on a more sinister note, how does one get a multi-billionaire to drop his shooting-irons and bear his full share of the taxpayer load? After all, does one expect he will simply concede over a cup of tea? Indeed, our hero (President Obama) faces a cast of character-actors, which include coal executives, natural gas tycoons, major power companies, and 78 other million and billion profit industries and individuals who have paid no taxes and/ or received tax rebates at least once between 2008 and 2010. To them, America is a bloated buffalo, and they are its heartless skinners. So, we urge you readers to become "CLIFF-WATCHw ERS." Don't let our country fall over the cliff. For, what CJ hangs in the balance is 45 billion dollars subsidies( cor porate welfare) saved. in ... panics who made sure their Medgar Evers are high-fivcates Robert Gilder, votes were counted during the ing up in Heaven and are Robert Saunders, Sr., presidential election last week. shouting at the top of their Rev. A. Leon Lowry, and I'm sure our ancestors and lungs, "Way to Go, and Sylvia Grinan among others civil rights legends had a halHispanic Brothers and Sisare having their own spirited lelujah party in Heaven. ters!" conversation about the Black Thanks to the millions of Most certainly, James voter turnout here in our comfair-minded white voters who Earl Cheney, Andrew munity. thought it not robbery to Goodman, and Michael The young spirits of Addie demonstrate their ability to Henry Schwerner, students Mae Collins, Denise Mesee beyond race and partisan who were murdered for regis-Nair, Carole Robertson, politics and to vote for a tering Black people to vote are and Cynthia Wesley are strong, capable, compassionbreathing sighs of relief about dancing in the pews of the 16th ate man who has the interests the recent election, for, now Street Baptist Church in Birmof all Americans and of this they can rest in peace and triingham Alabama where they entire planet in his hands. umph died in a Klan -s ponsored Indeed, we extend our colThe spirit ofViola Liuzzo, bombing attack on September lective appreciation to elderly a white housewife from De-15, 1963. voters, such as Mrs. Maggie troit who lost her life in 1965, Surely, the spirit of Ver-Cusseaux (96), Mrs. Eliza-for having participated in a non Ferdinand Dahmer, a beth white (98), and all of Selma, Alabama civil rights wealthy Black businessman the elderly voters who showed drive, is no doubt, smiling who offered to pay the poll up at the polls on their canes, down on America's move-fortaxes for Black people who walkers, and wheelchairs to ward. couldn't afford to pay the tax exercise their long-fought for Certainly, the spirit of Lt. in order to vote, sends his conright to vote. Elderly voters Colonel Lemuel Penn, a gratulations and is rejoicing confined to their homes or Washington, D. C. educator for us. Dahmer died as are-nursing care facilities who exwho was shot and killed, July sult of burns received when ercised their right to cast their 11, 1964, by Klansmen in a his home was firebombed, ballots also deserve a great passing car as he was driving January 10, 1966. hurrah! home from U. S. Army ReIndeed, oceans of blood has No doubt, the souls of votserves training in Colbert, been shed so that we might ing and ciVil rights activists Georgia, is saluting Black votclaim our political power. Now across America whose blood ers all across our land. let us move forward continuwas shed for our ballots would He is joined by the spirit of ing to use our political power thank you personally if they Johnathan Myrick while we claim our economic could speak. Daniels, an Episcopal Semi power. Who said their votes I'm sure Rev. Dr. Martin nary student from Boston who didn't count? Harambee! The Future Of Democracv In The Middle East BY CHRISI'OPHERL DANIElS, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in the College of Social Sciences, Arts, and Hwnanities FAMU The recent storming of the United States embassies in Egypt and Libya and the killing of United States diplo mats have left many shocked and searching for answers. What is the underlying rea son for hostility toward the United States that provokes such extreme acts of violence? To date, the debate surround ing these tragic events has mainly been centered on the production of a controversial film by Nakoula Nakoula, which depicted tJ?.e prophet Mohammed in a negative light and insulted the religion oflslam. This film, which was posted on the video sharing site YouTube, was translated into Arabic and played on tel evision in several nations across North Africa and the Middle East sparking deadly protest. The video has been re moved from the site in several countries across the world, except the United States. A court ruled the video could not legally be removed. While most would agree that the ma terial in the film was offen sive, many within the United States disagree with the forceful removal of the video for fear of setting a dangerous precedent for censorship of the Internet. In 2011, there were massive demonstrations across the re gion, which were dubbed the Arab Spring." These upris ings led to the ousting of sev eral dictatorial regimes that once ruled their respective countries for decades. Many of these dictators had elimi nated all of the typical sys tems of checks and balances and were essentially govern ing the country at their own will. When they were sud denly removed (or killed in the case of Libya) they left their countries with a huge vacuum of power to fill. Under leaders such as Hosni Muburak, demon strations or protests similar to those witnessed in Egypt would have been outlawed and the organizers would have been jailed. Newly elected governments, however, do not have the power under the freshly drafted constitutions or the political will to keep the same tight grip on their popu lations that the previous regimes did. Regime changes alone can not erase the decades of abuse of power and misappropria tion of public funds that have left millions of people trapped in poverty and full of anger Many of these leaders who clung to power were sup ported by various U. S. assistance programs, causing some to believ e the U. S. has some culpability in their poverty and powerlessness. On the governmental level, it is crucial for the United States and our allies to con tinue financially supporting the newly democratized states in North Africa and the Mid dle East. Two areas in particular that should be heavily invested in are education and civil soci ety. Investing in these two areas will help to accomplish three major goals: 1) Develop strong institutions capable of holding their government ac countable; 2) develop a strong, qualified workforce to help jumpstart these nation s economy; and 3) lessen the amount of people who are vul nerable to extremist propa ganda because of their lack of education. It is virtually impossible to totally eradicate extremism and random outbreaks of vio lence. Yet, following these suggestions can help govern ment leaders, owners of global video sharing websites, and the average citizen greatly re duce the number of occur rences. Maybe then public opinion of the United States in the Middle Eastern regions will improve and democracy will prevail. Christopher Daniels, Ph.D. is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Florida A&M University.


Presidenti"al News 2 Pres. Obama Honan Sacrilice Pres. Obama President Obama Thanks Made Bv Nation's Veterans Wins Florida: Sharpton For Aiding Final Electoral In Re-Election PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON -President Obama paid tribute at a Veterans Day ceremon y at Arlington Memorial Cemetery to the he r oes over the genera ti o n s who have served this coun try of ours with d i stinc ti on. H e s a i d th e wreath he laid e arlier at Tomb of th e Un knowns was i ntended to r e member every service member who has ever worn our nation s uniform. In a speech at the Memorial Amphitheater he said America will never forget the sacrifice made by its veterans and their families. "No ceremony or parade no hug or handshake is enough to truly honor that service, the president said adding that the country must commit every day to serving you as well as you 've served us. Obama's Health care Overhaul Turns Into A Sprint President Barack Obama (R) signs the Affonlable Health Care for America Act. WASHINGTON -The long slog has turned into a sprint. President Barack Obama's health care law survived the Supreme Court and the elec tion; now the uninsured can sign up for coverage in about u months. "We are out of the political gamesmanship and into the re ality ," said Sandy Praeger, Kansas Republican insurance commissioner Next week, states have to say if they re committed to building the framework for delivering health insurance to millions. E v en House Speaker John. Boehner, R-Ohio, says Oba macare is the law of the land. But not all hurdles have been cleared Republican governors who opposed the law have to decide wh ether it's better for their states to now help carry it out. The administration could stumble carrying out the com plex legislation, or get tripped up if budget talks with Con gress lead to scaling back the plan. Instead of being dismantled by a Republican president and Congress, Pres. Obama's law is now on track to take its place alongside Medicare and Medi caid. The action starts right away. A week from Friday, states must notify Washington if they'll be setting up new health insurance markets, called ex changes, in which millions of households and small busi nesses will shop for private coverage. The Health and Human Services Department will run the exchanges in states that aren t ready or willing Open for ex change plans is scheduled to start Oct. 1, 2013, and coverage will be effective Jan. 1, 2014. Vote Count Rev. AI sharpton, known for staying on the front lines 332 JO 206 and helping America confront its issues concerning race, reAfter a four-day count with neck-and-neck tallies, President Obama was declared the winner of Florida s 29 electoral votes Saturday, earning 50 per cent to Mitt Romney's 49.1 percent, according to the Secre tary of State s office. The victory puts the presi dent who had clinched reelec tion Tuesday night even without Florida at a final 332 electoral votes to Romney's 206. It also marks his sweep of eight of the nine swing states, with North Carolina his only battleground loss Pres. Obama's margin of victory is o ver the half-percent mark that would trigger a com puter recount unless Romney had waived it A handful of overseas and military ballots which hav e a Nov. 16 deadline, are believed to remain out standing, but under Florida law, recounts are based on Sat urday's results. Florida s drawn-out count this week rekindled for many memories of the state's election night woes from 2000, when a ordered amid com plaints of hanging chads on punch-card ballots. Complica tions this year, though, arose largely because long lines pushed voting late into the night Tuesday. In MiamiDade, for instance, so many people were in line at 7 p.m in certain precincts that some didn't vote until after midnight. The headache has prompted many in the Sun shine State to criticize Gov. Rick Scott for refusing to ex tend early voting hours. cently was thanked by the Commander In Chief. President Barack Obama graciously thanked the reverend for his help in get ting African-Americans ener gized to vote in the recent election, as well as keeping people informed on other racial issues across the coun-REV. AL SHARPTON try. Pres. Obama Chokes IP During Speech To campaign Staners President Obama is known as a cool operator. He is all thought and little emo tion during tough negotia tions earning him the moniker No Drama Obama" and the ire of some Capitol Hill lawmakers. Perhaps that's why the teary thank-you the president de livered to campaign staffers and volunteers after the elec tion is getting so much atten tion. "Even before last night's results, I felt that the work that I had done in running for office had come full circle," Pres. Obama said as he wiped away his tears. "Be cause what you guys have done means that the work that I'm doing is important. And I'm really proud of that. I'm really proud of all of you." "T1 r-0 c > en m z ::f z m r-aJ PRES. BARACK OBAMA F The group responded with applause. ::f His campaign released a Z five-minute video of the emotional address made WednesOJ r day at his Chicago c;; headquarters. In the video, :::Z::: the president also expressed confidence that everyone m who worked on the campaign will "do just amazing things" in their lives. -4 c: m How Voter Suppression -Bacllllred On The GOP en 0 In the days before Tuesday's election, two organizations re leased reports filled with dire warnings about the potential impact of voter ID and other laws, ostensibly aimed at pre venting voter fraud, but which voter rights advocates believe were really intended to reduce minority participation at the polls. A Center for Social Inclu sion report entitled Citizens Denied: The Impact of Photo ID Laws on Senior Citizens of Color warned that nearly half of Black voters over age 65 and one in three Latino senior vot ers would have a more difficult time registering and voting on Election Day due to photo ID laws passed in some 33 states The reason: historical fac tors like Jim Crow exclusion made it less likely that these voters would currently possess a state-issued ID, or in some cases, a copy of their birth cer tificate. The study pointed to the potential disenfranchise ment of some 140,000 Black and Latino seniors nationwide. A second report by the group IMPACT warned of re duced voting access and op portunity for African-Americans in Pennsyl vania, Virginia and Florida, where restrictive ID laws, and in the case of Florida, the halv ing of the early voting period by the Republican-controlled legislature and governor pre sented potential hurdles for up to 367,000 Black voters in Florida and 115,000 in Penn sylvania "In Florida, AfricanAmerican voter growth rates rose at almost twice the rate of their White counterparts between the 2000 and the 2004 presidential election, i.e. 34 percent to 19 percent, compared to 2004 to 2008, which was twenty times that of their white counterparts, i.e. 21 percent to 1 percent, respec-tively," a press release from IMPACT stated. "Most importantly, there is no clear method to determine the large potential impact on states' introduction and enactment of voter ID laws. Therefore, IMPACT recommends that states continue to make voting easy, fair, and accessible." Florida's reduced early voting period actually galvanized Black churches, who took full advantage of the one remaining Sunday to conduct a twoday souls to the polls marathon. And even as Elec tion Day turned into a late Election Night, and with the race in Ohio and thus for the 270 votes needed to win the presidency, called by 11 p.m., Black voters remained in line > z c 'TI :a 6 in Miami-Dade and Broward two heavily Democratic coun ties in Florida where Black v oters broke turnout records C) m even c ompared to 2008. c.n


,.... ct w m :E w > 0 z c en w ::::) .... co w CJ IIPPV Birthdav Happy birthday to my Christine Griffin. Your friends, your rela tives from Miami, FL; your mother, Sis. Mamie, will celebrate your special day on Nov. 17th in Palm River from 6-10:30 p. m. Stav Focused Stay focused girls. From, dad, Rudolph Kelly, Sr. SIS. MAMIE And Daughter, CHRISTINE (R) TAROON KELLY And (L) SHANIA COLVIN MS. K. P. "Blessed." Celebration Jovce McCrav Celebrates Birthdav Family and friends helped Joyce McCray celebrate her birthda y recently. (Photos by BRUNSON) Birthday honoree, Joyce McCray is all smiles at her birthday party. Joyce McCray with family members, left to right: Joan Bell Elaine Brewster, Joyce McCray, Elsie Brewster, Antwaine Christopher, Bernard McCray, Kelvin McCray, and Mark Sherman. Those who shared the birthday party with Mrs-Joyce McCray: in front, Ronnie Coleman and Galvin Snipes. Second row, ffiaine Sherman (in chair), Marcus Lawrence, Alayna Christopher, Kelvin McCray, Jr. and Terran Bell, Tatiana Bell; third row, Tanya Ballard, Brianna Shuler, Jennifer Christopher, Elsie Brewster, Jayrnanda Christopher, LaShay Anderson, Janay Shuler, Khiarah Anglin, Khaliah Anglin. Fourth row, Mark Sherman, Marquise Barber, Antwaine Christopher, Joyce McCray (honoree), Kelvin McCray, Bernard McCray, Terran Bell, llico Jaxson, Ashley Lawrence, llenea Kempt, Evelyn Conway'and Mildred Richardson-Williams. THEME: PECULIAR AND HIGHLY FAVORED EXODUS 33:12-17 i -LIGHT OF THE WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH 4701 N. 15TH STTAMPA, FL 33610 EVANG/PROPHETESS RUTHIE M. JONES (7:30PM NIGHTLY -SATURDAY 17TH 6:00PM SUNDAY 18TH 11:00AM) Tues Nov 13: Minister Patricia Smith Glorious Churdt of God with Deliverance Tampa, FL Wed Nov 14: Apostle J.L. Wigp The Peoples Churm of Deliverance Sarasota,FL Thurs -Nov 1 5: Apostle W.C. Sands By the Word of Faith Church St. Pete, FL Pastor Darryl Matthews St. Mark MD Churm -Tampa, FL fri-Nov 16: Bishop W.L Lee New Smyrna Full Gospel Cathedral Tampa, FL Sat Nov 17: Pastor Mary C. Brown New Hope Holiness Churm, Inc. Jacbonville & Reddick Fl Sun Nov 18: Pastor Vernell Johnson Light of the World #2 West Palm Ddt, fL Contact


HOROSCOPES Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Wheel and deal. Ask for too much. You're entering a two-day innovation phase. Important people are impressed. Ask intelligent questions. You're gaining authority. Show respect. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Accept coaching. Get se rious about strategy, without being arrogant. Deadlines loom, so get back to work. A new perspective reveals a new destination. You have everything, so move quickly. Pack light. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Team projects go particu larly well. Leave nothing to chance. Play by the rules. Powerful connections review your performance. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Accept a generous offer. The next week is profitable; compete for a raise in responsibility. Make reservations. A lucky break leads to success Enjoy the applause. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)-Travel conditions look good until tomorrow, and you can really move forward. Share your dreams, and boost each other's spirits. Write down the possibil ities you invent. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Work on minor repairs now before they become major problems later. Focus on the things you feel passionate about, and add creativity. Follow through on a promise. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-Compromise is useful. Listen to a wise person. Start a long-awaited creative project, and savor it. Continue to provide leadership. There's a new assignment. Gemini (May 21-June 20)-It's a good time to talk, and get into action! A brilliant idea calls you forward. No more pro crastination. Provide comfort food. A lovely moment exceeds ex pectations Cancer (June 21-July 22)Set inspiring long-term goals with a partner. Self-discipline gives you the edge. Pay bills and save before shopping. Celebrate with something delicious. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Friends help you solve great philo sophical and spiritual questions. Let it percolate. You're entering a domestic phase; get rid of the unnecessary. Take away what doesn't fit. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Spend a reasonable amount. There's more work coming in. Catch up on reading now, and study new developments. Ask the older people to share what they know. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Believe in your team. For the next week, you can make extra cash. Create the framework. Ac cept criticism and ask probing questions. Friends help. Assume responsibility and add imagination. BOLD AND THE BEAliTIFULFamily and friends gather for Stephanie 's party; Bill offers to escort Brooke to the party; Eric has a few surprises for Stephanie, including a special musi cal guest Stephanie experiences great joy by seeing all of her loved ones together for one last time; the party guests take part in Irish-themed festivities; Brooke is blindsided by information given to her by Felicia. Stephanie and Eric take what may be their last trip together to the cabin; Bill comforts Brooke; Taylor inadvertently gives Katie hope that her plan is working. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole wonders if she'll get ar rested; Marlena finds John at the Horton cabin with Kristen; Jennifer speaks with the DA and makes a decision regarding Nicole; Abigail and EJ bond over their losses; Nick has a meeting with his parole officer. Will yells at his father for putting negative thoughts about Sonny into his head; Jennifer admits to Daniel that she misses their friendship; Nicole thinks she spots some one from her past; Will tells Sonny he misses him. Kristen offers to leave Countess Wilhelmina so EJ can take over and be Sami's boss; Marlena receives a mysterious text; Nicole comes face to face with an old flame; EJ calls Stefano and asks to return to the DiMera fold. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sam demands answers from Anna; Carly must suffer Michael's wrath; Liz has an idea about how to fund the Nurses' Ball. Monica rips into Carly. Can Connie force Todd's hand? Sonny is ready for a confrontation. An unex pected duo is hauled into the PD for assault. Lulu and Dante agree to move forward with a plan for surrogacy. Is Patrick fi nally ready to move on? YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Adam tries to win Chelsea's forgiveness, while Phyllis and Ronan endure an un pleasant evening. Phyllis and Nick have their day in court, while Jill enjoys a reunion with Cane and Lily. Michael and Lauren dis approve of Fen 's relationship with Summer, while Jack battles his growing addiction. Fictures from The Fast G) Irene Bedford, Mae Judge, Mrs. Weldon Hodgins, Barbara Watson and Mildred Ball at m the Bay Area Brotherhood Club Banquet. ......,


Local Events ,.. 0: w m :::E w The People Came. Out For A Great Stage Plav z As soon as the people heard that promoter Too Smooth was hosting another Gospel stage play, >:' they couldn't wait to be a part of the audience. The play, "Holding On To What You Never Had," drew raves and was well attended. CIJ (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) w ::J c a: LL c z c( C Michelle Williams and ffi Steponie Speed felt the play ::J was worth seeing twice. ft w > w c w ::J: CIJ :::; m ::J a. z i= w ..... ..... ::J m ..... w z i= z w CIJ a: 0 ..... LL co w Denise Allen and Sandra Watson felt the play was fantastic. Theresa Doby and Deina Penix were well entertained for the evening. (!) Kevin Brooks, Janet Brooks, Loretta Brooks, Jolie Hill, and Anthony Hill (aka Bossman) can't wait for next production to come. Advancing Ministries Celebrates 5111 Anniversarv The 34th Street Church of God was the place to be for Advancing Min istries 3th Anniversary celebration The event was well attended and featured top Gospel performers. (PHOTOS BY JULIA JACKSON) From New St. Matthew Church came Rev. and Sister Alphonso (Angela) Lewis. Elder Robert Sturgis was at the anniversary program. Ida Hughes from Quincy, Florida attended the anniversary celebration. Church Hosts Gosp e l Plav Recently, the Word of Grace and Truth Church hosted the gospel play, "Oh My God! I Can't Breathe. "The play was held on two consecutive evenings Oct 26th and Ms. Shavon Graham wrote the play and Arthur McKay, of Arthur McKay Productions directed it. (Photography by Enricco Chow, of Chow And Scott Keepsakes). Tune Selekta, of Thee Righteous Temple of Hip Hop also attended Members of the cast of "Oh My God I Can't Breathe," are: (fronot) Brenda Buster, Jaygina Robinson, Ebony Williams, Francine Dozier, Paula Jordan, Kaylen Range and Aisha Afre. On the second row are: Arthur McKay, director, Kenneth James, Gerald Nixon, Chianti Starks, Rashad Jackson, Trevor Thomas, James Walker, Lawrence Range, Reginald Williams, Amani Brown, and Shavon Graham, author of the play.


-4 c: Alpha Kappa Alpha's President Hails Volunteers As 'True Winners' 01 Election c z 0 < m I:D Stewart singles out AKA's CA.R.E.S Program for its v oter registration success Chicago, Illinois Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's inter national president, Carolyn House Stewart, declared that the "true winners of the Election were members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority who led and collaborated with other organizations in massive voter registration/ education campaigns. She projected that the combined efforts led to thousands of citizens getting registered and becoming in formed on the voter process. She characterized the effort as democracy in action. Stewart praised Alpha Kappa Alpha, members of the Divine 9 the NAACP, the Black Woman's Agenda, faithbased organizations and oth ers that mobilized their forces and resources to activate voter registration, voter education and GET OUT THE VOTE campaigns. She singled out Alpha Kappa Alpha's C.A.R.E.S. cam paign as one of the most suejoin f(ls On Sunday, November 18, 2012 10 A. M. & 3 P. M. Servlcea 3 P. M. Keynote Messenger THE RIGHT REVEREND A. J. RICHARDSON, JR. ... Presiding Bishop, 11th Episcopal District, African Methodist Episcopal Church Theme: "Celebrating 98 Years: Committed and Compelled to Continue our Journ&y FORWARD! CAROLYN HOUSE STEWART cessful voter registration/education initia tives. Inspired by C.A.R.E.S' acronym, Collaborate, Advo cate Register Educate and Stimulate, members adopted a two-pronged strategy: to get out the vote and to educate cit izens on the voting process. The campaign was launched in September 2011 and organized and imple mented by the Sorority's Con nection Committee, whose chairman is Attorney Leyser Q. Hayes of Jackson, Missis sippi. "C.A.R.E.S yielded phenomenal results because it was focused and because members of Alpha Kappa Alpha set to this mission with resolve and conviction, declared Stewart in praising the program. In advance of Election Day, Stewart said members penetrated the neighborhoods and blitzed citizens with informa tion. Thousands knocked on doors, passed out leaflets, sponsored voter education fo. rums, made calls at phone banks, sent out e-blasts, and engaged in one-on-one dia logue to explain the Electoral process to the community. The Sorority was also vigilant in monitoring states where voter suppression laws were enacted. With early voting becom ing the trend, citizens endured long lines and braved the weather to exercise their right to vote. Members of the Soror ity established Comfort Sta tions at early-voting sites. As a show of caring, they passed out water, food and assisted sen iors. On Election Day, members volunteered to drive citizens to the polls They also served as poll watchers and monitored the process to make sure the elections were run fairl y m In her State of Florida, the :x:J International President was on the Election Protection Team N for Hillsborough County :! Florida and served as a poll N watcher for early voting at two sites. She served as a poll watcher on Election Day where she spent the entire day at one site. Stewart said that Sorority has a long legacy of fective voter registration paigns. Alpha Kappa efforts have touched sands of lives and impac:tecil hundreds of where the Sorority has ters The results over the have won the Sorority awards and recognition. More impor tant, the Alpha Kappa Alpha campaign has become a model that others have emulated. Its success, stated Stewart, is due to members' hard work focus, resolve and passion to ;:!! serve the community, which is 0 Alpha Kappa Alpha s mission. 2:! She added that the ship of the C.A.R.E.S en paign captured the essence m the Sorority's program theme: '" Global Leadership Through z Timeless Service ."' p! I:D c: r r z "'0 c: I:D r c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c > z c "TT :x:J c &tturday, N<>v-ernlx:r 17, 2012 @ Gs Plaa! Community Cultural Center 3040 W. Tampa FL 33609 For Il10I::e infOn:nation please call: (813) 642-7223 (Must pre--tcgjsttt by pl:xlne to guarantx:e a seat:. Seating is limitc:d. :J.>re xq9suanm must be present by 12:00noon) 12 NOON-3 P.M. FREE EVENT!!! FREE FOOD!!! DOOR PRIZES!!! FREE ENTERTAINMENT!!! Cash prizes up to $300.00. Pre-register online at: http://fruitofgloryministries.eventzilla.net to guarantee a seat seating is limited! e> PRE-REGISTERED SEATING CLOSES AT 12:30 P .M. m


c a: u.. c z c( c C/) w :::;) tw > w c w :J: C/) :::i m :::;) Q, z w ..J ..J :::;) m ..J w z z w C/) C a: 0 ..J u.. 0 .,.. :: tt?:t .. The Pastor And Congregation At Dedicating The Church Center In Honor Of Deacon Joseph Lucille Chapman Come Join Us. THE RENISI-IA FOUNDATION & !ORY CATHEDRAL pres 1st come 1st serve untifgone Sr. vrv-,. .... Invited .... It's your season to Renewed, Refueled, & K 4 It didn't matter who you were or where you came from. Everyone was invited to be a part of the "Roll To The Poll" event that began at Belmont Heights Park and ended at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Library. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) Renowned poet, Otis Anthony and Lydia Hudson at the event. The men who fed the masses were Roosevelt, Jackie, and Alan. Susan Lee was there to show her support for Pres. Obama. Supporters at the event were: Cherylene Levy, Dr. Bruce Miles, Alan Clendenin, Councilman Harry Cohen, Jerel McCants, Terrance Lenoir, Diane Hart, Comm. Les. Miller, Donald Hallback, and Donald Dowridge. In the rear is Janae Murphy. DJ arid supporters: Omar, Shelia, Susan Valdez, and Terrance Lenoir. Special guests at the event were: Former Mayor, Sandy Freeman, Councilwoman Mary Mulhern, Councilman Harry Cohen, State Rep. Betty Reed, and County Commissioner LesMiller. Men OfVision with Dr. Bruce Miles and Dianne Hart were: Wilden CaJuste (Pres.), Cori Fant, Henry Tillman, Jamal Lark, Devontae Henry, Dontrey Bailey, Andres Bautista, Keirion White, Isaiah Toy, and Aaron Webb. In the hat is the founder, Mr. Ross Anderson. Front line marchers at the event were Chloe Coney, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Rick Wade, Dianne Hart, and Monroe Mack.


Local Hillsborough Countv Branch NAACP Holds Freedom Fund Dinner On Thursday October 18th, the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP held its 2012 Freedom Fund Dinner. The event took place at the DoubleTree b y Hilton Hotel, Airport. (Photography by David Winston and BRUNSON). Ms. Marilyn Dupree and Ms. Belintha Berry attended the dinner. Ms. Dorothy Wilson and Ms. Bridgett Pinkney attended the dinner. Rose Eugene, Johora Ramotar, and Jenelle Handley attended the dinner. Among those at the dinner were and Christian Edwards, her dad Pete Edwards and Ericka Wood. en c z 0 < m 3: aJ m :::u


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-4 c Readers Call Problem With Counting Votes Embarrassing z we showed out by showing up 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor B y early Wednesda y morn ing, the world knew th a t Pres ident Barack Obama h a d won re-elec tion with 303 of t h e E lectoral Votes defeating Mitt Romney, who had 202 Elec toral Votes. All ofthe bal lot s were counted except for Florida. Florida completed its count on Saturday. President Obama won 50% of the votes for a total of 332 Electoral Votes. Romney won 49.1% of the votes for a difference of about 74 ,000. Friday, November 16th is the deadline for o ve r s eas and military ballots to be counted. In southern Florida counties, some people did not cast their ballots until a fter 1 a.m. The problem caused by the shortening of the Early Voting period have been called "em barrassing. Some residents shared their opinions with Sentinel readers. James Ransom said "All elections should use s y s t e ms of counting vote s that h a v e b ee n proven and tested to no problems. K811V RIS.IDI CE8/Preslllent federal government should mandate, by and under penalty offederallaw that all elections offices (in every county a c ross the nation) use voter counting systems that meet quality performance standards There are too many different systems. We still have one "Com mander in Chief, our re elected U S. President, Barrack Obama, who said, 'Let's get to work to make our country better for all Americans.'" James Evans said, "Mitt Romney lost Florida to Presi d e n t Barack Obama and the world knew it Now, Florida winds up the center of national atten tion once again, looking dis honest over its inability to award its 29 electoral votes and victory to Re-elected Barack Obama. The election supervisors should be embarrassed ; there is no dispute. This is unacceptable in our democratic government, (we the people}, to make the world wait it was bad enough people in South Florida and other places had to wait in lines as long as 7 hours to vote. Maurice Kemp said, "Although President Obama's win was de cisive the desperate at tempt for Romney to make sure every vote was counted in his favor before he conceded, serves as proof positive that every vote counts and more importantly is a precious factor in the process that determines who will lead us locally, statewide and nationally. So don t just talk about; vote about it. Dr. Sam Wright said, "A county or two in the state is the main hold up. This state has some deep systematic issues that are somewhat oppressive to peo ple of color. I think it is sinful that we can't do things any bet ter. When will this mess stop?" Danny Green said, "One thousand one One thousand two One thousand three ... sound familiar? It's the sound of Flor ida still counting votes In my opinion Florida wa s an em barrassment to the United States. First this mishap could cause man y of tho s e who relentlessl y exercised their right to v ote t o f eel as though their vote did not count. So what was the benefit of voters standing in line until 1:09 a. m? "The President has now been re-elected... without Florida go figure? Secondly, there were too many, lengthy, wordy amendments on the ballot; there clearly needs to be a limit. Florida needs to be ashamed of itself. If all of the other states can tally votes and report the final numbers, Florida can too. Thank God President Obama won with out the State of Florida. Florida needs to find a way to reform the voting process Ms. Evangeline Best said, "It embarrassing for our state to be remembered as not being prepared for all elections With all the added limitations imposed by the State to prevent voter reg istration and voter opportuni ties this is the outcome I am so proud of the voter turnout, at the polls. Chief Tom Forward 3: said "AB SOLUTELY EMBAR RASSING. We have the technology and skill-sets to measure enVI ronmental factors to launch rockets and spaceships from Florida and place astronauts on lunar surfaces, while at the same time maintaining com plete control and communica tions with them. But, we can' t adequatel y participate in an elections process without being expected to be the laughing stock" of the process The citizens of Florida must demand that our Head o State and Legislators get these inconsistencies fixed immedi ately This is not "rocket sci ence, there should be metrics applied to each respective county relative to the number aJ m ::u of registered voters and the length of the ballot, and the av., erage time it takes for the avr erage voter to complete same, then appl y a worst case see0 nario and that will afford you )> a basic idea of the amount o en time / da ys/hour s it will plausibly take to get ALL or the high :::j percentage of v oters through Z the proc ess aJ c:: r r m :::j z "'C c:: aJ c en :I: m c m < m ),Bash in 3 oavs -4 c:: m en c )> z c ., tor Your 1o11e1 813-615-1040 Ext.22....._. ::u c


Bucs Beat Chargers For Third Straight Victorv LEONARD JOHNSON The Tampa Bay Buccan eers, winners of 4 of their last five games, made their claim to a playoff spot with a 34-24 victory over the visiting San Diego Chargers Sunday. Former Largo High School quarterback, and Buccan eer cornerback, Leonard Johnson, showed out in front o f his hometown fans o when he intercepted a a: Phillip Rivers pass and LL returned it 83 yards for a touchdown early in the <( fourth quarter. Another new face, corner0 back LeQuan Lewis, ffi recorded his first career :::) interception with 3:09 left in 1the game and setting up Connor Barth for his game -sealing 45-yard field goal. 0 Rivers finished the w :I: evening completing 29 of 37 passes for 337 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 2 intercep tions. Buccaneer quarterback, Josh Freeman finished .with 14 out of 20 completions for 210 yards, 2 touch downs and no interceptions. Running back sensation, Doug Martin, didn't have a spectacular game, but s till finished with 68 yards on 19 carries, and ripped off a 14 yard run during the contest. Buccaneer receivers Dallas Clark and Tiquan Underwood caught touchdown passes from Freeman, while Adam Hayward started things off for the defense in the second quarter when he blocked a punt, and returned it for a touchdown. With the Buccaneer victory, the Bucs are now 5-4, and a game ahead of the third place New Orleans Saints in the NFC South. The division leading Atlanta Falcons suf fered their first loss of the season, pulling the Bucs to within 3 games of the divi sion lead. The Bucs will hit the road next week for a division game against the Carolina Panthers (2-7), who are coming off a loss to the Peyton Manning-led Denver Broncos. ml----------------------------------------:::) ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m Nevada Judge Sets Mav Hearing In O.J. Simpson Freedom Bid OJ SIMPSON LAS VEGAS A Nevada judge set the stage Friday for former football star O.J. Simpson to testify for the first time in the Las Vegas armed robbery and ping case that resulted in his conviction and lengthy prison sentence. Simpson appeals lawyers Patricia Palm and Ozzie Furno said following a brief date-setting hearing in Las Vegas that they anticipate Simpson will take the stand ..... to testify that he was so poorly represented by his <( trial attorneys that he should ll. be freed and get a new trial. "He looks forward to defending himself, Furno said. Simpson wasn' t in the courtroom as Clark County District Court Judge Linda Marie Bell set the eviden tiary hearing for May 13. Simpson, now 65, was convicted at in 2008 of leading five men, including two with. guns, in a September 2007 confronta tion with two sports memo rabilia dealers and a middle man in a cramped room at a Las Vegas casino-hotel. He was sentenced to nine to 33 years in prison. Simpson maintained he was trying to retrieve personal mementoes, photos and other items stolen fol lowing his 1995 acquittal in the Los Angeles slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman. That televised proceedings were dubbed the "t rial of the cen tury by some tabloid media Buccaneers LB Qulncv Black caned on Field QUINCY BLACK Tampa B ay linebacker Quincy Black was hospital ized for observation of a neck injury Sunday after being carted off the field during the third quarter's the Buccaneers 34-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers. Black was injured tackling running back Ryan Mathews for a 1-yard loss, remaining on the ground with just under four minutes left in the quarter. The Bucs did not release specific details about the injury, but coach Greg Schiano said the sixth-year pro is expected to be OK. Trainers worked over Black for several minutes before immobilizing his neck and back on a stretcher. Ravens LB Brendan Avanbadeio Approves 01 Gav Marriage Vote BRENDAN AYANBADEJO OWINGS MILLS, MD Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo was delighted to learn that the majority of Maryland voters shared his opinion on same sex marriage. I'm so stoked. It's like I woke up and it's Christmas," Ayanbadejo said Wednesday, one day after gay marriage in the state was approved at the ballot box by a narrow margin. Baltimore's locker room reflects society, so not all of Ayanbadejo's teammates shared his enthusiasm about the historic decision. "When it' s all said and done, there are a lot of guys on this team that stand firmly behind what the Bible says that a man marries a woman and a woman mar ries a man," safety Bernard Pollard said. Antron Brown Tries To Become NHRA's 1st Black Champion Antron Brown celebrates his Top Fuel victory in the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals auto race at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, ID. Antron Brown opened the week at Miramar College in San Diego telling students not to set limits on what they believe they can accomplish in their careers He did that at the start of his NHRA career, when he mistakenly believed Pro Stock Motorcycles was all he could-ever accomplish. But after a decade on bikes, Brown made the leap to Top Fuel dragsters Five years after moving up to NHRA's most prolific division, Brown goes into this weekend's finals at Pomona with the chance to become the first black champion. He takes a 65-point lead over teammate Tony Schumacher. Grown Man Fakes Binh cenificate To Anend Michigan High School MICHIGANA grown man has reportedly been booted out of a central Michigan high school after it was discovered he faked documents to lie about his age. James Nash, allege dl y forged a birth certificate using the alias Javier Jones. While he attended Mt. Pleasant High School, since the beginning of the 2012-13 school year, he played on the varsity football team and planned to play basketball this winter. Nash claimed he was a 17-year-old senior who was seeking a transfer from a school in Lansing. It appears he may have been seeking one last opportunity to shine on the field. The school was only alerted to the scam when an anonymous parent tipped them off. "I receiyed an James Nash reportedly has been kicked out of Mt. Pleasant High School under allegations that he's a 21-year-old man and not eligible to compete at the high school level. anonymous tip from a par ent, it was an adult that had a conscience, that said you better check this" Mt. Pleasant High School athlet ic director Jim Conway said.


D EMAR C U S CO U SINS NEW Y OR K The N B A has s uspende d S a cramen t o K ings c ente r DeMarcus Cousins for two games without pay for confronting San Antonio announcer Sean Elliott in a hostile manner. Th e exchan ge followed the Spurs' 9 7-86 victory i n S acra mento on Frid ay n ight The volatile Cousins w ill l ose a bout $70 5 0 0 o f his $3 .9 millio n sal a ry Cousins will si t out games at the Los An geles Lake r s on Sund ay and a t h o m e against Portland on Tuesday. Elliott was a longtime Spurs player who i s the team s primary 1V analyst takers Hire Mille I' Antoni To Replace Mille Brown As Head coach New L.A. Lakers head coach Mike D' Antoni. Though crowds chanted his 11ame and speculation ran rampant, the Zen Master, Phil Jackson will not be rejoining the Los Angeles as head coach; instead, the organization has hired veteran coach Mike D' Antoni to replace coach Mike Brown who 1ead the team to 1-4 before he was fired on Friday. According to agent Warren LeGarie, D'Antoni signed a 3-year, $12 million dollar deal. D' Antoni coached for one season with the Denver Nuggets, five with the PhoeniX Suns and three-plus, through last season, with the New York Knicks. The former Suns coach still has strong bond with his former player and new Laker, Steve Nash. Obviously I think every one knows how much I love Mike," said Nash last week. "If [D'Antoni] were to coach, it would be seamless and terrific for me, and I think the team as well." Upton Reiects Ravs' One-Year QualifVing oner B..J. UPI'ON ST PETERSBURG -B.J. Upton has declined the Rays one-year, $13.3 million quali fying offer. By making the offer, the Rays positioned themselves to receive Draft-pick compen s ation i f Upton si g n s with anoth e r t eam. "This d ecis ion doesn't p r e clude us from continuing our dialogue with B.J.," Rays executive vice president o f baseball operations Andrew Friedman said in an e-mail. "All it does is ensure that we receive something of value if B.J. signs elsewhe re. Now that Upton has passed, the team can get a better idea abOut what it will need to prepare for next sea son, as it is unlikely the two sides will engage in any contract negotiations. Whether Tampa Bay will go outside the organization to find another center fielder or fill that position internally remains to be seen." Upton has spent his entire career with the Rays after being selected with the second pick of the 2002 First Year Player Draft. He hit a career-high 28 ho me runs in 2012 while hit ting 246 with 78 RBis and 31 stolen bases. MIKE'IYSON WARSAW, POLAND -A court in Poland has ordered Mike Tyson to pay $48,ooo in compensation to the orga nizer of a boxing gala for which the former heavy we ight champion did not show up last year. The decision took effect this month afte r Tyson did not appeal it, and ca. n be executed through European Union regulations on British territory, Judge Igor Tuleya, a spokesman for the Regional Court in Warsaw. The Polish organizer of the gala, Tomasz Babilonski, sued Tyson in March for $48,000 compensation and interest Babilonski filed the suit because Tyson's managers were refusing to talk about any compensation llclllas Concussion In Eagles' 38-23 loss MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA Nick Foles couldn' t end the Eagles' worst losing streak in 15 years. He ll get another chance at a win if Michael Vick can t return from a con cussion. Foles filled in for Vick and briefly rallied the Eagles until the Cowboys capitalized on turnovers and dominated the fourth quarter. The Eagles loss to Dallas on Sunday was their fifth straight, the longest losing streak in coach Andy Reid's 14 seasons. Reid might not make it to Year 15. Vick might not make it to Sunday in Washington With a 3-6 reco rd, it s like l y too l a te f o r the Eagles no matter who the quarterback is, to save their season. HELENA Let's send a shout out to this week's Beauty Unlimiied feature, the lovely Helena, who returns by popular demand as. This lovely lady is an Aquarlous, stands 5'5", and is very serious about her future, direction, and place In life. She's also no-nonsense when It comes to people not trying to elevate themselves or who don't show any motivation or desire. Helena understands what it takes to be successful, and she's mature enough to put In the hard work to get to where she wants to be Helena said the man in her life must be dynamic, full of energy, handsome, a positive thinker, and knows the importance of sharing. Congratulations to Helena as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Flovd Mavweather,. 50 cent onered $5 Million To Fight Not long ago, rapper 50 Cent and boxer Floyd Mayweather wanted to make money together. Now they re being offered money to fight. A team of money-rich investors has approached Mayweather and 50 Cent, offering each a cool $5 million to fight in a boxing match against each other. Floyd and so Cent (right) have been offere $5 million each to fight. tially planned to go into the boxing promotion business together, but tensions arose between the two after Mayweather was released from prison on August 3 50 Cent then elected to go into business with Manny P.acquiao -Mayweather's chief rival in the world of ..... w 1\) c ..... 1\) ., r 0 J:J c )lo en. m z :j z m r IXJ c: r r z ., c: IXJ r Cii :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )lo z c ., :!:! c The investors billionaire Alki David and business partner Damon Feldman -want 50 Cent and Mayweather to fight three two-minute rounds in head gear and protective gloves in Las Vegas. 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Entertainment N Dwavne1he Rock' Johnson To Plav Hercules In Movie w > The Scorpion King is returning to the battlefield once again, starring as Her e( cules in the upcoming film Hercules: The Thracian W Wars. .,_ The Brett-Ramer-directed film will be co-pro duced by MGM and Paramount Pictures. Tthe screenplay was adapted by Ryan Condal from Radical Studios' graphic novel Hercules: The Thracian Wars; Evan Spiliotopoulos did script reVIsions. Beau Flynn, Barry Levine and Ratner will produce. Peter Berg, Sarah Aubrey and Jesse DWAYNE 'THE ROCK' JOHNSON Berger will executive pro duce." The production is expected to start shooting in early 2013 and is based on the comic book of the same name. 'Phillv Sound' R&B Singer Maior Harris, Dies At65 RICHMOND, VA Major Harris, a former C member of the "Philadelphia ft sound" soul group the Dele fonics and singer of the 1975 z hit "Love Won't Let Me c( Wait," has died. His sister, Catherine Thomas said the 65-yearw old passed away Friday at a Richmond hospital from con gestive heart and lung failW ure. > The Richmond native made the rounds with several w music groups in the 1960s, including the Charmers, ::J Frankie Lymon's Teenagers and Nat D.. Turner's Rebellion. z He then joined the Del t:i fonics in the early 1970s. ..J ..J He left the group in 1974 and recorded a string on R&B singles, including "Love Won't Let Me Wait," which peaked at No. 5 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Thomas said her brother last sang at a reunion show with The Delfonics last year. m ..J w z i= z w CJ) Drake And lii -Wavne Set To Rake In $3 Million Annuallv In Pandora Revenue Streams c( c a: 0 ..J LL DRAKE And LIL WAYNE Album sales are down all across the board, but thanks to streaming music platforms like Pandora musicians are about to cash out. According to the stream ing music site's blog site, top earners like Wiz Khalifa and Coldplay are awaiting $1,ooo,ooo payouts at the end of the year. The sites two CD ,... top earners Drake an. d Lil W Wayne are looking to cash out to upwards of $3 ,00o,ooo at the end of the year as well. "This revenue stream is meaningful. I remember the many years I spent in a band when earning an additional thousand dollars a month would have been the differ ence between making music an avocation and a says Tim Westergren, founder of Pandora. "We're talking here about the very real possibility of creating for the first time ever an ac tual musicians middle class. WIZ Dalna And Plaver Plit On For Stealers And Pepsi Two of Pittsbrugh's finest, Wiz Khalifa and Lamarr Woodley, recently got to gether courtesy of Pepsi and the NFL. Creating and remixing some new hometown anthems, Wiz Khalifa recently put a new spin on his Steel Town an them, "Black And Yellow," for Pepsi. Filmed before the season, Wiz and Lamarr Woodley of the Steelers got together for this fun photoshoot. Judge: Sherman HemsleV's Will Valid, Actor Can Be Burled SHERMAN HEMSLEY EL PASO, TX-Deceased actor Sherman Hemsley's longtime friend can proceed with his burial and running his estate, a Texas judge ruled Friday over the objections of his half-brother from Philadelphia. Hemsley, who played George Jefferson on the TV sitcom "The Jeffersons, died July 24 of lung cancer. His body has been in refriger ated storage at an El Paso fu neral home since. Judge Patricia B. Chew sided Friday with Flora Enchinton Bernal, who was named in Hemsley's will as the executor of his es tate. Chew upheld the valid ity of his will and granted Enchinton "the authority to dispose, I shouldn't say dis pose, to proceed with the re mains of Sherman Hemsley in a manner as she wishes." DNA tests showed Friday that 78-year-old Richard Thornton is Hemsley's half-brother He wanted to bury his brother at a veterans' cemetery in Philadelphia where Hemsley grew up. Election onicials Defend Special Voting For Usher ROSWELL, GA-Election officials in the Atlanta area are defending their decision to allow singer Usher to by pass long lines and cast his ballot on Election Day, infuri"'" ating voters who had to wait. Fulton County election of ficials said that Usher Raymond, IV was escorted to the front of the line to mini mize distractions at his Roswell polling place. They said in a statement that poll manager Frank Padula was directed to move Usher through the process as quickly as possible. Usher took cellphone pic tures of himself voting, then posted them on Twitter. USHER Fulton County Commis sioner Liz Hausmann ques tioned the decision. Hausmann said she can think of only a few people who might deserve such treatment, such as people with disabilities, the elderly and voters with small chil dren. Pres. Baracll Obama Raps MC Hammer's u can't Touch This,' son 01 Pres. Barack Obama has always been a Hip-Hop friendly guy, but this takes the cake. A super cut styled video has been created that takes words from the POTUS' speeches and strings them together to cre ate the lyrics of MC Ham mer's smash hit "U Can't Touch This." This is comedy gold. The video was hooked up by Baracks Dubs, who mash up presidential to pop ular music. Other songs PRES. BARACK OBAMA they 've given the same treat ment to include Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe. CNN's Don lemon: Actor Jonah Hiii'Treated like The Help' African American CNN an chor Don Lemon has gotten into an unlikely public feud with Academy-Award nominated comic actor Jonah Hill. The whole drama started when Lemon allegedly tried to greet the Moneyball actor after recognizing him at a hotel. Lemon's tweet about the encounter, "Said hi to @jon ahhill in hotel. Think he thought i was bellman. Didn't know his name til bellman told me. A lesson to always be kind." Hill, who plays what ap pears to be a racially-charged role in the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained, clearly took offense to Lemon's ac cusations. I said hi what do y ou want me to do move in with DON LEMON VS. JONAH HILL you? I was in a hurry. Didn't realize you were a 12 year old girl. Peace," tweeted Hill. "I walked out of the restroom and found you waiting for me. Shook hands, said hi and was on my way. Sorry if you found that rude." After fighting on the web, Lemon took their spat on the airwaves, telling CNN au diences: "Jonah Hill doesn t owe me anything, and he ma y have been having a bad da y ... but Jonah Hill treated m e lik e the help.


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C\,1 National CIA Director Petraeus Resigns, Cites Extramarital AHalr w > 0 z c en w :;:::) tWASHINGTON -David Petraeus, the retired fourstar general renowned for taking charge of the military campaigns in Iraq and then Afghanistan, abruptly re signed Friday as director of the CIA, admitting to an ex tramarital affair. The affair was discovered during an FBI investigation, according to officials briefed on the developments. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. It was un clear what the FBI was inves tigating or when it became aware of the affair. Petraeus' resignation shocked Washington's intel ligence and political commu nities. It was a sudden end to the public career of the best known general of the post 9/11 wars, a man sometimes DAVID PETRAEUS mentioned as a potential Re publican presidential candi date. His service was effusively praised Friday in statements from lawmakers of both parties. Petraeus, who turned 60 oh Wednesday, told CIA em ployees in a statement that he had met with President Barack Obama at the' White House on Thursday and asked to be allowed to resign. On Friday, the president accepted. c if Romnav Campaign FlnaiiV Concedes Florida c en w :;:::) t-> a: w > w c w :::t: en ::::i m :;:::) Q. z i= LU ..J ..J :;:::) m At the end of the day, Florida needs to get their voting struggle under control. Nevertheless, Mitt Romney's Presidential campaign has finally conceded that Pres. Barack Obama has won the vote in the Sunshine State, and its 29 electoral votes. "The numbers in Florida show this was winnable," Brett Doster, Florida advisor for Romney said in a statement. "We thought based on our polling and range of organization that we ..J had done what we needed to w z i= z win. Obviously, we didn't, and for that I and every other operative in Florida has a sick feeling that we left some thing on the table. I can assure you this won't happen again." w en c( c a: 0 ..J u.. Panlal Recount Changes linle In Allen West House Race FORT PIERCEA partial recount gave Rep. Allen West a slight bump Sunday in his fight to remain in Con gress, but not enough to mandate a full review of bal lots or to end threats of law suits from his campaign. St. Lucie County's limited recount revised downward the totals for both West and the unofficial winner in the race, Democrat Patrick Murphy. Because Murphy lost more votes in the re count than West, it was a net gain for the Republican in cumbent, though his margin of loss remained just above the threshold to order a full w recount. Neither side left the super D. visor of elections' office ALLEN WEST happy. Murphy's campaign noted even a partial recount wasn't necessary under state law. West's campaign ob jected to the three days of early-voting ballots that were recounted, the absence of a full recount of early votes and the county's refusal to turn over some other documenta tion requested. Jesse Jackson Jr. Evelna Plea Deal To End Federal Probeil J e s s e Jackson Jr. may be look ing to strike a deal with the feds over alle gation of mis appropriation of official funds for per sonal use. The 47-JESSE JACKSON JR. year-old won re-election Tues day (Nov 6) and has been keeping a low profile over the last several months, as he re ceives treatment for bipolar disorder. The Congressman allegedly wants to put the legal issue behind him, sooner than later. "No one has pled guilty, but plea discussions are ongoing," revealed the source. "This has been an ongoing nightmare for the Jackson family, particu larly his wife, Ald. Sandi Jackson, and the Reverend [Jesse Jackson Sr.)." evccell ca Credn Cards lfter c ncess111 Speech, Leaves Stan suanded MITfROMNEY Well, GOP presidential loser, Mitt Romney (Pretty Mitty is what they call him), may not have b een given the opportunity to fire Jim Lehrer and Big Bird, but he did manage to show his ex pertise in a way that only Mittens can in debt reduction Following his impromptu swan song after being blind sided by an election loss of his torical proportions to incumbent, President Barack Obama, Romney canceled the failing cam paign s credit cards, leaving staffers stranded. From the moment Mitt Romney stepped off stage Tuesday night, having just de livered a brief concession speech he wrote only that evening, the massive infra structure surrounding his campaign quickly began to disassemble itself. Aides taking eabs home late that night got rude awaken ings when they found the credit cards linked to the cam paign no longer worked. Eric Holder Unsure About 2nd Term As Anornev General Eric Holder made history four years ago by becoming the first African-American U.S. Attorney General in this nation's history. His tenure has been marked by fierce battles with Congressional Republicans (over his handling of the "Fast and Furious" program) as well as historic successes fighting for civil rights and against do mestic terrorism. As President Obama's admiqistration gears up for a second term starting in 2013, Holder is reportedly unsure if he will want to remain in of fice. "Do I have some gas left in the tank?" Holder asked himself rhetorically at an appear ance before law students at the Univer sity of Baltimore. "That's ERIC something HOLDER that I'm in the process now of trying to determine." It is not unusual for Attor ney Generals to serve for just one term. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are also both widely expected to depart the Cabinet .following Pres. Obama's second inau guration. Young Bov FightS Ofl Ph Bulls To Save 5-Year-Oid Sister DUBUN, GA -Maleik Carr didn't hesitate to act when he and his little sister were confronted by unleashed pit bulls on their way to the bus stop. The dogs had escaped through a neighbor's broken fence as the pair of Dublin, Georgia siblings walked across their backyard Monday morn ing. As soon as they became aggressive and started snap ping at his five-year-old sister, Jalia, Maleik, 11, stepped in. "I ran over there and started kicking them away from her, and they bit me. And I told Jalia to run." "When they locked on to my leg, I got a chair and started hitting them with it." His quick thinking saved both his and his sister's life. Maieik battled the dogs alone and once he was able to keep them off long enough, he jumped over his backyard Maleik Carr, 11, saved his younger sister from a pitbull attack. fence to safety. That's when his older sister took him to the hospital. The young boy had emer gency surgery for the deep wounds on his legs. He sus tained a total of 23 bites on his leg, and a few more on his hands. "It hurt me to my soul when I saw those cuts," said the father, Willie Carr. "It was very hard not crying in front of him because he was already so strong, and I wanted him to continue being strong." Gabrielle GiUords' Shooter Gets lite Sentence TUCSON, Ariz. Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, par tially blind, her right arm par alyzed and limp, came face to face Thursday with the man who tried to kill her last year, standing beside her husband as he spoke of her struggles to recover from being shot in the head. Jared Lee Loughner, 24, was then ordered to serve seven consecutive life sen tences plus 140 years in fed eral prison for the January 2011 shooting rampage that killed six people and wounded 13 others, including Giffords, outside a grocery store in Tucson, Ariz. Loughner pleaded guilty under an agreement that guaran tees he will spend the rest of his life in prison without the JARED L. possibility of WUGHNER parole. He avoids a federal death sen tence although state prosecu tors could. still decide to try him. One by one, survivors of the attack at a Giffords po litical event approached the courtroom podium to address Loughner, each turning to ward him where he sat stoic and emotionless at a table with his attorneys.


Crime Two Dozen Arrested In Clair Mel Roundup COLEY TURNER DEVIN MAYMON EDMUND WIN JONES HUTCHINSON As part of an ongoing investigation in the Clair .Mel area, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office teamed up with other agencies to address criminal activity. Residential burglar ies, commercial and personal robberies, and grand thefts reportedly occur fre quently in that community. On November 9th at 7 a. m., detectives began a roundup that resulted in more than two dozen people being picked up on an assortment of charges. ZAKI GRIER ARMANDO TAYLOR JAMEL JOHNSON DAMIAN HARD I E in the roundup were: Coley Turner, 40;. Devin Maymon; 31; Emily Stegner, 26; Octavio Guevara, 55; Jamel Johnson, 26; Taneya Goods, 36; Felton Galliano, 22; Michael Devine, 24; Edmund Jones, 39; Win Hutchinson, 26; Armando Taylor, 23; Jefferson Cajina, 27; Joel Colon, 21; Damian Hardie, 21; Dominic Tate, 30; Jose Mercado, 22; Alexis Colon-Claudio, 23; Shooter In Custodv PRESTON BELL CLEARWATER On Tuesday, Clearwater Police reported receiving a tip regarding the whereabouts of wanted suspect, Preston Bell, 26. Bell was being sought for an incident that occurred early Tuesday morning when Bell allegedly pistol whipped and shot. a man during the course 'of what appears to be a robbery in the area of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and LaSalle Street. Police said the victim ran to the 900 block of Engman Street, where the incident was reported. The victim was hospitalized. After receiving a tip on Bell's whereabouts, a SWAT team responded, and he was taken into custody on charges of aggravated battery and robbery. UNCLE SANDY The hurt you do to others 9, 15, 19, 22 affects more than you 25, 29, 33, 34 It also affects 39, 43, 47,49 your family and friends 52, 56, 59, 62. TANEY A GOODS DOMINIC TATE MICHAEL DEVINE DANDRE JEROME PRESSLEY HOLLAND Cordell Shankle, 25; Antonio Monroe, 25; Dajuan Smith, 30; Zaki Grier, 22; Dandre Pressley, 21; Wayne Smith, 23, and Jerome Holland, 22. Suspect Arrested In Double Shooting JAQUAN PEDIGO PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies have arrested and charged one of two suspects being sought in connection with a double shooting last Wednesday night, where one of the two victims died. Jaquan Pedigo, 28, has been charged with first degree murder and attempted murder. He was arrested Thursday night as he was riding his bicycle. A second suspect is still at large. -4 c: m suspect Steals camera From Best Buv Store z 0 < m The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for assistance in identifying a man who reportedly stole a camera from an area store Deputies said on Novem ber 4th at 3:40 p m., a man entered the Best Buy Store at 116 Grand Regency Boulevard in Brandon and took a Nikon camera and lens from the 3: store The value of the stolen :::c items is $2,698. The suspect ..... was caught on surveillance cameras leaving the store in a N 0 gold Toyota Camry. ..... The suspect is described as a Black male, 30 to 49 y ears old, 6 feet tall and weighing 225pounds Deputies Arrest Wanted suspect PINELLAS COUNTY -Members of the Pinellas County Sheriff' s Office Violent Crimes Task Force received a tip that Andre Miles, 25, had been seen driving a rented truck in the area of Shore Drive and S. R. 580 in Oldsmar. Miles was being sought in connec tion with a home invasion in September and numerous other offenses. When Miles was spotted by meinbers of the task force Friday, he reversed his vehicle and rammed a deputy's cruiser. Two other deputies blocked his escape and he was arrested. Deputies reported a loaded handgun falling out of Miles' waistband onto the seat of the truck when he ANDRE MILES was arrested. "'D c: Miles was charged with m armed home invasion, !: grand theft, carrying a concealed weapon, aggravated m fleeing and eluding, and other charges. < m -4 c: m C/) c > z c .,.. WARREN DAWSON c 221-1800 1467 Tapa Park Plaza @ llabraua An. & scon St. ... "; :i J :. J.. J ::: : : .. : S ;:,. : '": :t :; ':: : ... : :" C 5 : : :c(, ::: :c .:= ..,; : .. : : .. ;;E: :. .. ; J:: ... --: ... ; ': J'C :'"CC C) m ..... CD


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