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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:t Q a: 0 ...I u.. SEE PAGE 2-A VOL. 68 NO. 26 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2012 52 PAGES 75 Woman Fulfills Dream 01 Becoming Sports Broadcaster SEE PAGE 2-8 Activist Changes Focus Due To Street Violence SEE PAGE 3-A Board Approves Developer For North Boulevard Homes SEE PAGE 6-A RETIRING COUNTY AnORNEY STEPS DOWN ARER 28 YEARS Last week, Attorney Donald Odom celebrated his retirement from Hillsborough County after 28 years of dedicated service. His r etirement was celebrated with a going away party attended by his family, friends, and co-workers. The party was h eld a t the F r e d B. Karl County Center on Election Day. Family members on hand for the celebration are shown from left t o right: Steven Moody, S h erie Moody, Myiah Moody, Donita Moody, Attorney Donald Odom, the honoree, Barbara Odom, and Donald Odom, Jr. Attorney Odom said he will relax for about a year b efore pursuing other i nterests. (Photography BRUNSON Keepsakes).

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iij Features Siblings To Panicipate In National Chess Competition > Antonio, Ankwon, and Anthony Simon will compete in the 2012 National Chess Championships later this month. The competition will take place in Orlando. a: lL Two years ago, three C brothers had no idea a board game could change their > lives However, the brothers are now recognized as en national competitors. During the last year, Ankwon, and Antonio have collectively amassed more than 30 trophies. The brothers will compete in the 2012 National Chess Champion ships November 30 through December 2nd. The nationally rated young men play under the guid ance of their uncle and meow tor Coach Ted McNair. :I Coach McNair saiq the i youngsters need sponsors _, for this event and future competitions. Anthony is a seven-yearlL old who attends Ippolito Elementary School. The sec ond-grader recently defeat ed a 12th grade competitor. Ankwon, 11, and 13-year old Antonio, are 6th and 8th grade students respectively at Guinta Middle School. The brothers live in Clair Mel City. The brothers are members of the Chessnuts, an East Tampa club whose members include Freddie Brinson, II, Cedrica Jackson, Julius Thomas, Allen Moliere, Julian Perez, Jac'Quan Gadson, Jamaal Johnson, and Chance Bess. Coach McNair works part-time at Academy Prep of Tampa, where he teaches chess to its student population He said chess teaches the students skills that carryover into everyday life such as concentration. He also works with students in the community. He teaches a free instruc tional chess class at the 78th Street Community Library in Palm River The class is held on the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. until12 noon. Coach McNair said the chess team members will compete against chess players from throughout the country. Anyone wishing to become a sponsor for the team can contact Coach McNair at (813) 431-5215. News Alert: The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 Service Support and Help from the begillill9 to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain lkld< Pain Hip Pain LAg Pain For Loss Wages And Medical Care (PIP lneurance N4M!IdeIJ pe. reiJialatod 10 they CD drive )eplly ad without fe.:. C.A.P.S does tJUa by wottiq with you, D.M.V., ud lbe court ayltem to .&baa prior fiaalllcial judsem.arta, D.W L.S. coovictiou ud oth for llllpeUi.oe. Call C..A.P.S. today to aehedule for a eoDSultatloa. 813-250-0227 ra,,_.t ,._.are a....U.ble for tlaoee wlr!O ... UIJ Do Not Drive in Fear! Call
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Tampa Tech Hoopster ActiVist-Chan1es Focus 01 Holidav Signs co11e1e Season Because 01 Street ViolenCe lener II Intent BY IRIS HOLTON heavenly host announced the m Sentinel City Editor birth of Christ more than 2,000 years ago. "'The words, "Glory to God in the highest, BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor A senior at Tampa Bay Tech High School signed a letter of intent with Kansas State Uni versity Wednesday afternoon at the school. Erica Young was joined by her family, school and col lege officials in the cafeteria for the signing. The adopted daughter of Cheryl Young (biologicai niece), Erica led a storied life Her biological parents are Michael Young and Joyce Lee. "Erica's story is one I'd like to tell to show young people that obstacle don't mean you can't make it," Cheryl Young says. "Through Christ we can do all things." Born as a crack baby, Ms. Young says she brought Erica to her home when she was 2 days old. "I decided that we would not put her on any medication. Through love and the love of Christ, we made it There were up down bat tles," she said, "but we made it." In her youth years, Erica was a cheerleader. However, when she reached middle school, Ms. Young expressed that she needed to do some thing else, especially since she had grown so tall. The coach at Memorial Middle School, Aesha Bailey, who beeame Erica's godmother, guided her into basketball and taught her the fundamentals of the game. Sl)e then became in volved with Girls AAU Basket ball, playing with Tampa Infernos, Lady Cavaliers, and for the past 6 years she has been with Essence, coached by Kimberly Davis-Powell. She has been great for these girls. Essence is in its 15th year and has sent 111 girls to Division I schools. They 've had an opportunity to travel over the country and been ex posed to a variety of scouts, Erica signs with Kansas State University, whlle her mom, Cheryl Young and sister, Kim berly Young, look on. Ms. Young explained. Erica knew she had to stay focused because she had an ul timate goal. She would tell me, 'Momma, I know I can't run the streets because I know I need to study' or whatever, her mother explained. Standing 6'3", Erica is coached at Tampa Bay Tech by Reggie Lawrence. She ages 20-23 points per game. Her height and basketball skills may be attributed to her father, who also played basket ball. Academically, Erica is an A-B student and plans to study Broadcasting Journalism. A member of New Hope M. B. Church, Erica's life has been touched by so many: fam ily, sister, Kimberly, niece, nephews and grand niece: Kennae and Keyon' Hankerson, Dijon Rogers and Braylon "Queen" Rogers; mentors, Steven West and Keisha Harrell (AP at Tech). Ms. Young, who is a man ager in food service with the School District, expressed grat itude to Erica's parent for giving her the opportunity to raise their child. "God used me and through her He saved m y life." (Photo by BRUNSON) KINKY TWIST CORNROWS FLAT TWIST DREADLOCKS SEHEGALESE TWIST MICROS BODY PlAITS BOBS WEAVE SEW-INS INVISIBLE BRAIDS Open At 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 Days A Week 4707 E. Busch Blvd. Suite 103- TampaJ FL 33617 46th St & 48th Earlier this year, Dr. Sydel LeGrande experi enced a life-altering event. Her husband, personal fit ness trainer George LeGrande, died suddenly. Dr. LeGrande, founder of Fruit of Glory Ministries said, "When I was at my low est, I cried out to Jesus. Jesus did not give me peace, He became my peace. Now I have an opportunity to offer the Prince of Peace to others." Dr. LeGrande is refer ring to the many young men who die due to street vio lence. This year, she has changed the focus of her an nual Christmas Banquet, "Whose Birthday Is It Any way?" This year, she is focusing on stopping the cycle of hate. "I can't do Christmas as usual this year. Too much has changed. As I see patients, I find myself almost weekly comforting mothers, wives and sisters grieving because of a loved one that was killed DR. SYDEL LEGRANDE as a result of street violence. As they share their story, I have an opportunity to share mine. "Often, from my patients, I hear about the children that have been left behind. My heart breaks for these chil dren .... It's the children that are driving me to do Christ mas differently. I am asking other businesses and individ uals to help our ministry in providing toys for these kids. I believe with purposeful acts of love, we can STOP THE CYCLE OF HATE." Dr. LeGrande said a and on earth peace, good will toward men .' This peace be gins in our cities, our neigh borhoods, and our streets. It really begins with you and I." This year, Dr. LeGrande will host two banquets. The first will take place on December 15, from noon to 4 p .m. It will be held in Bradenton. "We want to bless the children of Manatee County this year. She will host the tradi tional event in Tampa on December 22, from noon to 4 p.m. It will be held at G's Place, 3040 W. Cypress, (corner ofMacDill and Cypress). "Now, I ask for help to find these children. If anyone knowS of a child in Hillsbor ough or Manatee County who ;:!! has lost his or her parent to 0 street violence within the last twelve (12) months, to call )> our ministry at (813) 6427334. Space is limited and z they should register at soon i as possible." m ,... m c ,... ,... !!I FREE CASE EVAlUATION z -a c m ,... CALL US TODAY! (813) 471-4444 Frank Marsalisi Ma'IUlatTID Attorney c;; ::::a: m c m < m -4 c m en c )> z c ::D c C) m w I )>

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N .... a: w m :e w Progress Repon Made On Encore Project > 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Z In 1954, the Tampa Hous>;' ing Authority completed its construction of Central Park 0: Village, and hundreds of fami u.. lies called the complex home for decades. Along with Central Avenue, Central Park Village is gone, and taking its place is an enormous project called En core. Tampa IJousing Authority C.O.O., Leroy Moore, an nounced that they are a year ahead of schedule on the En core. On December 4th we will have a groundbreaking cere mony for the Trio Building and on December 12th, we will have a ribbon cutting cere LEROY MOORE T.H.A. Officer mony on the Ella Building On December 18th, we will have a groundbreakhig ceremony for the Reed Building. The buildings and streets on the site of the Encore proE:vent c a: u.. c z c( c CIJ w ;:::) .... w > w c w ::E: CIJ ::J m ;:::) Q. z t= w ..J ..J ;:::) m ..J w z t= z w CIJ c( c a: 0 ..J u.. Senlan oav Event All Belmont Heights Estates Seniors are invited to a day of fun and entertainment on Friday (today) from 10 a.m. until2 p.m. at 3540 North 2oth Street Being promoted as Sensational Senior Day," seniors are asked to come out and enjoy free food see a nurse, check out the computer lab, play board games, share their talents, have great conversation, and learn about what's going on in their commu nity. ject will bear the names of African American artists and high achievers like Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, and educator, Blanche Arm wood. Moore said they are now waiting on a ruling from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on whether they will be award the designation of being a Choice Neighborhood." The funding that comes with that designation will be for the Tempo Building on lot 2 It is a multi-family building, and we should get word any day now. "If we aren t selected we'll have to try again next year but because we've made so much progress, I think we will get the designation. Moore said they have met 90% of their goals for the first 5-year Strategic Planning pe riod, and now they are devel oping goals for the next 5-year stretch. "We' re also looking into funding sources for the next five years on whatever projects we decide to move forward on. I look forward to serving you and our entire community as your next Supervisor of Elections! Craig Supervisor of Elections-Elect Hillsborough County .. www.Craiglatimer.com ...

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editorials Columns / FLORIDA SENTINEL BUL TIN ing aren't supposed to be asLE sociated with such hateful z (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 spectacles. Published Every Tuesday and Friday By Yet, here we are in 2012 m FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., talking about future doctors, Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) lawyers, politicians, teachers POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: and judges not only publicly ::D Florida Sentinel Bulletin, disrespecting the leader of the .... $1) P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 free world by calling him a N Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL At this stage of my life To me, the most disturb-"n---," but also letting the g nothing really surprises ing part of the episode wasn't rest of the planet know how N me. That isn't to say that I've the idea that racist white peomuch disregard they have for c. Blythe Andrews, Jr. seen or done it all. But, I've pie allowed ignorance to overBlack people, as a whole, as 1930-2010 (1977) experienced enough to know whelm them. We have been well. what to expect in certain situseeing that in Tea Party For all its purported deS. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.oo-e Montha Both Edltlona: $87.oo-Per y.., Both Edltlona. Opinions exprMMd on edltortel 11evof thla .....,.._by Columnl8la oro.-Wrttera, c1o not r.n.ct the eclllorlel .-ot The Florlclll Sentinel Bulletin or the Publl8her. A Stab In The Back B y now, perhaps, you've heard about it. Bad news spreads far worse and far faster than the flu. As of November 13th, just days ago, citizens representing 20 sovereign states petitioned the American government to be allowed peacefully to secede from the union. Led by Texas, the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, and Tennessee followed lockstep much as did Confederate states 150 years ago. Indeed, they used the same _words as did their racist ancestors, curtly requesting to be "Peacefully grant[ed] {the right to] withdraw from the United States of America and [to] create their own New government." Many Americans laughed when they heard the news. But be assured, most of the ones who laughed were not Black. Shock cannot laugh, at least not freely. And do the buried still reek from the battles bt Gettysburg, Shiloh, and other names where tens of thousands tore each other apart to prove slavery and freedom should be two countries? Indeed, few of us found the memory of the Civil War amusing. However, we liked what one calm-minded educator responded to them who would once more our nation in two. Said Don Aiesi, "They [secession minded state representatives] have the right to leave this country, and the right to renounce their citizenship. They have the right to go wherever they wish, but," concluded Aiesi, "they do not have the right to take all the people of a state with them." Yes, it is a stab in the back when the greatest nation in the world, once more becomes the most racist nation in the world. AI Qaeda need not worry. Jim Crow is still on the job! HowToloseA Presidential Election No doubt, it would make the New York Times best sellers list. But the title would be unceremonious, How to P-0People and Lose A Presidential Election. Saturating talk shows, political news analysts, and political commentators, as well as, private GOP "war-room" discussions, certainly the list of goofs, gaffs, and guffaws should include no less than seven issues we are convinced destroyed the Grand Old Tea Party's Tiger Tank. Topping the list was "championing and enacting voter suppression laws in as many states as possible. Number two was choosing a candidate who will lie, cheat and weep.:on-cue, who will flip-flop on key issues (much like. a dismiss 47 percent of voting Amencans wtth teleVIsions and long memories. Number three was using as many "dog-whistle" code words and phrases (such as "welfare", "restore America," "take back America," "free stuff" and a gaggle of others) that seem as though they came straight out of a racist dictionary and thesaurus. By the way, don't forget Number four: promising oil, coal, and gas industries a trip to Disney World, if you get elected and that you will relax EPA restrictions on carbon ations and from human bedemonstrations for several mise, this incident shows that ings in general. years. It was the fact that the regardless of all the interraThis is why I wasn't venom was being spewed by cial coupling exaggerated in shocked or astonished by such young individuals. Hollywood productions and what transpired on a southGranted, we're talking in Madison Avenue advertise-ern college campus last week. about Mississippi, a bastion ments, racism is not only alive It was reported that after of bigotry responsible for and well, but it appears to be President Barack Obama some of the most heinous a part of a bigots DNA was declared the winner of crimes ever committed The irony of it all is that the Presidential Election, sevagainst people of color. But, instead of President eral hundred members of the these weren t hooded mem-Obama's election being a student body at the University hers of some secret cult or sign that times have indeed of Mississippi (Ole Miss) risome uneducated, toothless changed, it has ultimately reoted in outrage. yahoos screaming "WHITE vealed that when it comes to While people acting out POWER" at a backwoods race in America, things may violently in disappointment bonfire. No, the kids involved not only be worse than we isn't uncommon what made in this melee are supposed to ever imagined, but will for., the situation controversial be part Gf a generation far reever be a burden we11 all have rwas that, during the ruckus, moved from racial intolerto bear. students were allegedly using ance. Anyone wanting to contact 6 disparaging racial remarks toThese were 1990s babies, Clarence Barr can reach )lo ward President. Obama the children of the teenagers him at: Clarence Barr, II, en and his family. The hatred on who ushered in the M1V era. 43110-018; P. 0. Box display made it obvious that Eighteen, nineteen, twenty 7007; Marianna, FL ::! their anger wasn't just aimed and twenty-one-year-olds 32447-7007. Reality On at their disagreement with the who only read about Jim Ice is by the Florida Sen.president's policies, but with Crow laws in books and who tinel Bulletin Publishing aJ his skin color as well. seek degrees of higher learnCompany. ? .... When it. comes to choosing a career path, I'd like to tell my chil dren to "follow your hearts : Do what you love to do and what makes you most happy." However, I'm not sure a check full of joy and happiness is going to pay the rent. Forbes Magazine just might prompt me to push them towards the boxing ring or the rap industry, being that Sean 'Diddy' Combs re portedly made $550 million this year, while Floyd Mayweather cashed in on $85 million for his fights against Victor Ortiz; beating out Tiger Woods for the spot of highest paid athlete. The president's salary, compared to these, is a lowly $400,000 per year! Am I the only person that thinks some thing is definitely wrong with emissions standards. this picture? I'm not knock ing a person's talent or inge nuity, but it's almost discouraging to go to school year after year, obtain a de gree and join the workforce, only to have someone who doesn't possess a high school diploma make ten times more money than you. I'm referring to the rap per, DRAKE, who recently got his high school diploma and who has been gracing the charts with hit after hit record prior to going back to school. I wonder, had he not been fa mous, how far up the corpo rate ladder would he be at age 25 without a diploma? This is a small part of a larger problem. It is becom ing more and more evident that our education system is on the decline and maybe that has something to do with a g) z teacher's job being such a low ., paying profession yet, it is the C: teachers who are the valuable ones. This is not to discredit the industry of entertainment, but I feel that there are plenty of occupations that are not given due diligence, like doctors or firemen? :You know the people that help to save our lives This is sending a mixed message. (i) ::z:: m c m < m ::D < -t c: m en c )lo z c Society tells us that the only way to truly make it in life is to go to school, then go to college and earn a degree. Is this really the route to take when the reward seems to go c to the entertainers and the athletes? The same people who were at some point, the student of a teacher who may never reap the benefits of choos ing such a valuable pro fession. But perhaps that is why it takes a special kind of person to commit to a public service position, because the reward is never monetary ... Contact Chambee Smith at www.chambee smitb.com or 11te1au thor.me@gmail.com. Number five was: promising Wall Street as well as bankers and investment CEO's that you will scuttle the Dodd-Frank Act in order to usher in another finance and mortgage bonanza. ., Next comes protecting wealthy fat-cats and international corporations so their hard)> earned billions in profits won't be touched. And last is the habit of making stupid comC) ments that alienate women, Black people, Hispanics, poor Americans, and Big Bird. We !!! would stand in line to buy that book.

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Six ffi .Tampa Housing Authoritv Board i Approves Selection 01 Developer For North Boulevard Homes c a: I.L During their board meeting Wednesday, the Tampa Housing Authority's Com missioners approved a reso lution to select McCormack Baron Salazar as the devel oper partner for the redevelopment of North Boulevard Homes and Bethune Hi Rise. During the public speak ing part of the meeting, Dwight Bolden asked the Board to step up and make sure all of the organizations of West Tampa have a seat at the table during the planning process. Board Chair, Dr. Hazel Harvey, repeated Bolden's request, and added that it's vital that everyone in West Tampa have a voice in the I.L process; Q Representing the West Tampa Chamber of Com merce and InTown Homes, c Ed Turanchik addressed 0 the Board, pointing out that it would be a community twide project. li: "Any project that concenw only on the redevelop G'i ment of the North Boulevard C Homes property is not com plete. That plan should em0 brace the entire community, ffi and it should be a joint effort :;:, for the redevelopment of all Q. of West Tampa, not just North Boulevard Homes." w ...J ...J :::::) m Turanchik. suggested T.H.A. form a partnership with outside interests in the development of West Tampa. T.H.A. Chief Operating Officer, Leroy Moore, responded by saying the partnerships were formed long ago when it was first decided that North Boulevard Homes would be demolished. "We've had an RFQ in place for a year. We've also recognized the importance of the proximity of the river and developing other partnerships for land swaps. We 're putting rough ideas on paper, and now we've brought on board a development partner. "Joint development of the area is what we want to do. Representatives from the landowners form the selection committee, who recommended McCormack Baron Salazar as our developer Comm. Manny Alvarez said it's about time West Tampa gets recognized. "I'd like to see a lot of di versitY there. My concern is for the elderly in that com munity. They have no drug store, department store, or other resources necessary to support them. I want to see what plan Salazar has to support the infrastructure of West Tampa." Dr. Harvey said the history of West Tampa, along with reality planning, design, and financing are key fac tors. I want to emphasize local residents must be a part of the planning and employment opportunity part of this project. Urban Planning President for McCormack Baron Salazar, SandraMoore, said community trust has to be a part of this project, or nothing else Will work. "We envision an educa tional corridor because there are five educational facilities along the west bank of the river, beginning at the Uni versity of Tampa and going north." The Board will meet again review sources to fi nance the project, and at that time a timetable will be set on when the project will begin. T.H.A. Director, Jerome Ryans, warned that there are changes underway at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and they are expected to complete their reorganiza tion in the next 160 days. Story By Sentinel Writer, Leon Crews Man biled To Jamaica Still Seeking Justice BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Like millions before him, Christopher Storer left his native country of Jamaica, and came to the United States in search of greater opportu nities alid a brighter future. Everything was turning out perfect for Storer as he had landed a job, and was looking at eventually opening his own business. In January 2011, Storer had went to a used car dealer ship to purchase a car. Almost immediately -he started having problems with the car, and wanted to return it to the deal ership. That's when his prob lems began. "I discovered the car's transmission was no good, and got into a dispute with a salesman. He disrespected me, and I got angry and tossed a brick through the car's wind shield." Storer was arrested on charges of throwing a deadly missile and obstruction. After his incarceration, he was charged with battery by a de tained person. After going through the court process, and spending nearly a year in jail, Storer was deported back to Jamaica. "What I experienced during my deportation was horri ble, and totally unacceptable. Practicing Law In: CHRISTOPHER STORER How could a dispute over a car that was no good, turn into me spending almost a year in jail, then being deported. "This is not the kind of jus tice I hoped for when I came to the United States. Every country has swindlers and crooks, but I always felt if you are right and following the law, everything should turn out in your favor." Storer said he felt during his court appearances, he was treated unfairly because of his accent. "I don' t accept being de ported, and I hope I will be able to get the justice I de serve. I'm back in Jamaica and virtually homeless. I have no job and no income. I have to start all over trying to rebuild my life, and the opportunities I had dreamed of have faded, but not disappeared., Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney&: Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Part 10014 N Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa. Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax: ( 813 )966-0641 The llirio>J al a lawy ;. .., impm""' deci""" ->lbOOid oot bo. IUk UJ' to Ktld -....,. .... iAluma
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rna News Obama Defends u. N. Ambassador PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is defending U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice in the aftermath of the dead ly Sept. 11 attack on a U. S. diplomatic post in Libya and calling Republican criticism of her "outrageous." At a White House news Wednesday, Pres. Obama pushed back against Republican senators who say they will do whatever is necessary to block Rice's nomination if the president picks her to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state. Pres. Obama said if Sen. John McCain wants to go after someone, he should challenge the presi dent, not Rice. The senators cite Rice's comments five days after the Libya attack that it was the result of protests against an anti-Muslim video produced in the U.S. McCain said Rice should have known that it was a ter rorist attack. Map Shows South Has Most Racist Post-Election Pres. Obama Tweets y .S. President Barack stands on stage with First Lady Michelle Obama after his VIctory speech on election night at McCormick Place November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Winois. A group of researchers behind the user content analysis blog Floatingsheep have created an interactive map that tracks the number of racist tweets posted after President Barack Obama won the election last Tuesday. Inspired by a Jezebel post on the spike in Twitter hate speech toward President Obama, the group monitored tweets with certain keywords for six days. The resulting map of 395 tweets shows the majority of racism on the social networking site came from the southeast region of the country. Mississippi and Alabama ranked the highest for hate ful tweets, closely followed by Georgia, Louisiana and Tennessee Romnav: Pres. Oba"'a Won With aiRs' To canain Voters MITfROMNEY WASHINGTON Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is telling top donors that President Barack Obama won re-election because of the "gifts" he had already provided to. Blacks, Hispanics and young voters and because of the. president's effort to paint Romney as anti-immigrant. "The president's campaign, if you will, focused on giving targeted groups a big gift," Romney said in a call to donors on Wednesday. "He made a big effort on small things. Romney said his campaign, in contrast, had been about "big issues for the whole country. He said he faced problems as a candi date because he was getting beat up" by the Pres. Obama campaign and that the debates allowed him to come back. President Baracll Obama Holds First OHicial Post-Election Press Conference N 0 .... extramarital affair and the 1'1) PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON President Barack Obama was to make his first public comments Wednesday on the growing scandal around two of the country's most well known generals, while law makers dug into the tangled tale of emails that exposed one general's career-ending other's questionable relationship with a Florida socialite. Their question: Was national security threatened? David Petraeus, who resigned as head of the CIA on Friday after admitting an extramarital affair with his biographer, had been set to testify this week before Congress on the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which the U.S. ambassador was killed. Petraeus has indicated his willingness to testify, the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, said Wednesday. No date for the testimony has been set, and Feinstein said the tes timony will be limited to the Benghazi attacks. Ebone, Shirlene, Ken, Connie, Maya .&: AFFINITY INSURANCE 8010 N. 56TH STREET TAMPA, FL 33617 (813) 989-7844 www .affinityinsurancetampa.com eAUfO HOME BUSINESS LIFE 2119 West Tampa, FL ..;hJIJIW (813) 876-3459 www.paragon-music.com www.paragonmusiconline.com

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N a: w m :::IE w > Mt. Moriah Celebrates Its 126th Anniversarv On Sunday, October 28, a capacity crowd filled the sane tuary of the Greater Mount 9 Moriah Primitive Baptist fE Church in celebration of the 126th Church Anniversary. Members, their families, for mer members and friends as sembled at the church to give thanks for the many blessings bestowed upon them. The Coordinators for the church anniversary was the Number Two Ushers Min istry, Sister linda Grant, Program Chairman, Mother Evelyn Butts, Ministry President. The Anniversary services began on a high note with Early Morning Worship and Church School followed by midmorning Worship. The services concluded with 4 p.m. Worship. The Speaker for the morn ing was Elder Cedric C Williams,pastorofNewMt. fE Olive Primitive Baptist c Church, St. Petersburg. Z Elder Theodis Lane, c( pastor of Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church of Q en Anniversary Committee--Members of the Church Anniversary Committee were: Mother E. Butts, Brother L. Long, Sister T. Engram, Mother Mary Jones, and Sister Linda Grant. Committee members not shown are Mother A. Dowdell, Sister H. Wtlson, Sister J. and Sister Bobby Henderson. Tampa, and his congregation, conducted the 4 p. m. worship service. A special memorial tribute was given in honor of church pioneers. Greater Mount Moriah Primitive Baptist Church "the church with a friendly heart," is one of the oldest churches in the Tampa Bay area. It still stands in Historical Ybor City and continues to fulfill its mission. dass Meeting Middleton High Class 011960 w Q The Middleton High School Class of 1960 will meet Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 5 PM. The meeting will be held at the HOPE Community Center, located at 4902 North 22nd Street, across from en Middleton Senior High School. :::i The purpose of the meeting is to finalize requirements for the Annual Christmas Party. For more information please contact the Corresponding Secretary ,.Robert J. Williams at (813) D.. 417-9209/741-9294 ..... ..... ::: m ..... w z i= z w en c( Q a: 0 ...I I.L c( I co w (!J MASS CHOIR OF FL REV. SIRRNEST WEBSTER REV. W. 0 81118, PASTOR ST. MATTHEW II. B. CHURCH .. TAMPA BAY CHAPTER G. M. W. A. CARLTON BROWN, REP. Organization Plans Second Annual Communitv Feast On Saturday, November 17, the East Tampa Business and Civic Association will host its Second Annual Holi day Meal. The event will take place at the 29th Street Church of Christ, 3310 N. 29th Street, from 11 a.m. until 1p.m. Ms. Dianne Hart, CEO of the East Tampa Business and Civic Association said, "In the spirit of the holiday, we are inviting members of the community to come out and join us for the Second Annual Holiday Meal. "This event is free and open to anyone who would like to come out and fellow ship with us. Last year, we served about 200 people. We want to double our efforts this year," Ms. Hart said. MS. DIANNE HART CEO East Tampa Business & Civic Association Those attending the event will sit down to a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Anyone who wants to vol unteer or make a donation can contact the East Tampa Business & Civic Association at (813) 248-3977.

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N c; Commun' Local f&i Relief Drive 2-sp. m. The first come, first served giveaway will be held at Mc Dugald Park 1211 E. Sligh Ave. w sandV Relief Drive w A Hurricane Sandy Relief Z Drive will be held Saturday, > November 17, 2012, 10 a. m. 2 p. m at the Al Barnes (18th 0:: Street) Park. Free Turllev Dinner Everyone is invited to a free turkey dinner at the Ragan Park Community Center this Sunday at 2 p. m. U. Items needed are: cleaning, school and personal supplies and monetary donations may be made out to the American Red Cross. There will be fun, food and music. For more information, contact Minister Avant, (813) 735-5723. Turllev Glveawav The Renisha .Foundation and First Victory Cathedral present its Founder' s Day "To uching Our Community" Turkey Giveaway on Sunday, No one will be turned away, and you can bring a friend or the entire family. The organizers of this event want to make a special invita tion to the homeless people of Tampa. dass Meetin& Middleton High Class 011912-1913 November 18, 2012 between The Middleton Class of 1972 and 1973 will have a class meeting, Saturday November 17th, 4 p.m. at the C. Blythe Andrews Library, 2607 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 0 a: u. 0 z cl: 0 UJ w I-ii: w > w 0 w :::1: UJ :::i a::l D. z w ...I ...I a::l ...I w z z w UJ cl: 0 a: 0 ...I u. cl: 0 ..... 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, R. 33887 (813) 784 FeedOurChildren.org All class members are encouraged to come out, we will take care of class business and prepare Thanksgiving Baskets to deliver to needy families. UNITY M.B. CHURCH ELDER H. H. HUNT. PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worship A.M. Biblt Study Tues. P.M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Corrie jol"' the family of the late Myra J. Williamson they host a 5K Walk/run In her honor. '). This event is to bring awareness to the disease of Pancreatic Cancer and to raise money for Pancreatic cancer research Come walk off that Thanksgiving meal on Saturday, November 24, 2012 at Rowlett Park, 2501 River Hills Or, Tampa. FL 33604, Shetter No. 218. Registration starts at 8:30am. The walk/run wilt begin at 9 : 00am The cost is $5 00 for adults and $2.00 for children. The proceeds wiH be donated to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. If you lost a love one to this disease or any cancer disease come out and walk/run in Oon't forget to wear a purple Please bring your donations to the meeting. Contact phone number, 813-377-6600; Library phone nunaber,813 273-3652. Middleton High Class Of 1958 The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will hold its next meeting on Friday, No vember 30, 2012 at 6 p. m. The meeting will be held at, the Tampa Police District 3 Office, 3808 N. 22nd St All class mates are invited to join us. Workshops Gram Writing WorkShops Planned The West Tanapa Commu nity Development Corporation and the National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Plan ning will host two free profes sional grant-writing workshops. The workshops will take place on November 24, at the West Tanapa Library frona 2 p.Dl. to 3:30 p.m., on November 27, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857 -7657 21st ANNUAL west Tampa CDC To Host Communitv Meeting West Tampa CDC Development Manager, Michael Randolph, said the organiza tion will be hosting an important community meeting on December 15th. The meeting is scheduled to be held at the West Tanapa Library at 11 a.m. Randolph said it' s important that residents attend this meeting. "If you miss, you lose," said Randolph. We all want to know what will West Tampa look like within the next 3 to 5 years, and will the residents be a part of the decision making process or will others determine their Luncheon future? Randolph said the writing is no longer on the wall, and that the wall is here and your nanae might not be on it. Come out and let your voice be heard, and get updates on upconaing projects like the future of North Boulevard Honaes, Main Street, West Riverfront and The Armory. The face of West Tampa is changing, and you need to be a part of that change." Randolph wants everyone to bring a friend to the naeet ing, and renaember, this meet ing is too important to naiss. Whlblev M. Young, Jr. Bov scout lUncheon The Whitney M. Young, Jr. Service Awards Luncheon pre sented by the Tanapa Housing Authority, will be held Friday, De cenaber 7, 2012 at Higgins Hall, 5225 N. Himes Ave., Tanapa (33614). Check-in is at 11:30 a. m followed by lunch, 12-1:30 p m. This year's speaker is RusselL. Honre', Retired Lieutenant General Conamander of Joint Task Force Katrina. The honorees will be Attorney Fred McClure, Partner, DLA Piper; Corporal David Hink, Pasco Sheriff Department; La Gaceta Newspaper and Academy Prep Center of Tampa. For additional information, contact Halvern Johnson, Gulf Ridge Council, BSA, (813) 245-9687. I The Women of the Mary E May lnt rcessory Prayerline Ministry, Inc. have reserved the Yacht Starship where they will be "Cruising for Jesus" on Saturday, December 8, 2012 starting at 9:30 m. Children are welcome Enjoy an elegant buffet lunch-something for everyone Is filling up and If you are ready to praise the Lord please call for more (813) 248-6650. The Starship is located at 603 Channelside Drive,

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Movie Reviews/--r she has a new boss. .:< Skyfall -James Bond (Daniel Craig) brings the pain for 2 hours/25 mins. in this action/thriller. This time, the villain is coming after the agency No. 1 at Box Office. Made $90M. (Budget $2ooM). **** Flight-Denzel Washing ton stars as a pilot with a sub stance abuse problem, who has to land a damaged plane. Don Cheadle had a good role in this drama Must-see! Made $47M (Budget $31M). **** Wreck-It-Ralph-An old school video game character attempts to shed his bad guy image by escaping to another game. Well-written. Excellent for kids and adults. Enjoyed it! Made $93M. (Budget $165M) **** Cloud Atlas (2012) -Tom Hanks and Halle Berry star in this 3 hour epic film about how the actions of peo ple throughout the past, present and future impact one another. Sounds confusing, but you have to check it out, if you have time. Made only $22M. (Budget N/A).*** Paranormal Activity 4 There's nothing new in this fourth version of a ghost haunting anther family. The ending was pretty good, but the story needed more action. Made $52M. (Budget $5M). *** Alex Cross -Tyler Perry plays a cop on the hunt for a hired killer called "The Butcher." It's hard seeing Perry go from comedy to ac tion "The Butcher" (Matthew Fox) saved this movie with the way he was killing his victims. Made $24M. (Budget $35M).*** Argo Ben Affleck stars in and directed this true story about six U. S. workers trapped in Tehran after the militants seized control of the U. S. Embassy. Affleck had to figure out a way to get them out. A 2nd winner for Affleck (he directed The Town). Made $85M. (Budget $44M). **** 1739 E Hillsborough Ave. Tampa Fl 33610 813-37 4-9028 Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Or call for an Appointment tttwe can Bind Cover1ge Immediately uLow Down .... Low BOLD AND THE BEAU TIFUL -Rick tells Hope that he's in love with Caroline; without breaking Katie s con fidence, Taylor advises Bill on how to save his marriage; Thomas makes an unwanted pass at Caroline Brooke ad monishes Taylor for making an unfounded accusation; an incognito Katie comes out of hiding; Brooke sees a different side Bill after spending time with him and Will; Liam asks Steffy to move back into Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Take a romantic adven ture. Watch your words as you make personal decisions. Gather information, and listen to all considerations. Fill or ders and rake in money. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Commune with the home they once shared DAYS OF OUR LIVES -John defends Kristen to Brady; Sami warns her brother to stay away from Nicole; Kristen seeks out Jen nifer to reconnect; Daniel welcomes Jennifer back to the hospital. Brady is knocked unconscious while defending Kristen; Jennifer suggests some life-changing options to Daniel; EJ tells Nicole that Daniel will never forgive her; Sami learns that your inner muse. Don't aban don an idea just because it's too expensive. Launching is good. Tone down the celebra tion. Embrace a surprise. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Your imagination goes wild over the next two days. Take care; it could get expen-GENERAL HOSPITAL-Z Will Maxie find the courage to tell Spinelli how she feels? m Sonny is there when Dante iS needs him. Steve is extremely m troubled to learn that things were not what they seemed. sn Sam and Michael are both N shocked when an unexpected g visitor bursts in. Patrick's N compliment thrills Sabrina. Monica has resorted to des perate measures. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victoria learns that Billy's past has put her in peril, while Katherine's reac tion surprises Jill and Tucker. Paul and Christine celebrate good news, while an unex pected delivery perplexes Noah. sive. Meet to work out strategy. Intensive team effort is required. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Friends offer comfort ;:!! and advice. Follow a hunch 0 and dig deeper for an interest:!! ing discovery Explore the possibilities Choose your path en after consideration Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Review the backstory Z this week. Get organized, and J!! keep track of cash. You'll gain m spiritual understanding for the C: next three weeks. Social events J= capture your attention Follow gJ 1...-------------------------., your intuition. z ON TIME OELMRIES Search for INFINITY BOUNCE on Facebook and "liKE" our page for a chance to win a FREE Aries {March 21-April ., 19)-Watch what you say for C: the next three weeks. Listening is extra profitable, and acen tions speak louder than words. ffi You can take new ground. C Taurus (April 20-May m 20) Stay in close contact ;ii with partners for maximum benefit. Let them know what -t you need Go over the paperC: work carefully before choosm ing. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Your mind is more on )> enlightenment than work. i: Streamline procedures for ., awhile; know exactly what ::D you're spending. Accept an un6 usual, lucrative assignment. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -Grasp a fast-breaking opportunity; the pace is picking up. You're exceptionally creative and persuasive. Clean up. Monitor liquid intake. Love finds a way. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Openly state your ideas with out sarcastic criticism. Get clear before speaking. Use your network. Let your part ner set the schedule. Take an other approach. Vqo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22) Y ability to concentrate is enhanced. Get into a good book, or investigate a new in vention. Focus on home. There's genius in the chaos. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Concentrate on your studies. Use imagination, not work, to profit. 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T=HE=sp=oT=IIG=HT=. IBPPV.Bil'llldav, Richard 4 More Wishes IIVIIIblr 15 414-Yaar-Oid :!: w > 0 z >=' ct c a: u. c a: u. c z c( c CJ) w : li: w > w c w :::t: CJ) :::::i m : 11. z i= w ..J ..J : m ..J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J u. RICHARD AND ALLISON CLEBERT There is no gift greater than giving of yourself. This is my birthday and I celebrate another year oflife. My greatest gift came when Allison became my wife. This is my birthday, but I have the gift of her love all year. MS. KE'MONI LEE Then Happy birthday. MS. KE'MONI l.EE Now From Granny, Pop-Pop and Uncle Bell. Acc:.pt All ..... Credit ATIIIIndDeba S.. J8y For Hook Uplll SHAY,MONI AndONNI Happy birthday, Moni. From, your favorite two: mommie and sister. IlPPI BlrlhdaV MONI And STANKA Happy birthday, enjoy your day. Love always: Nane,. Jackie, KeKe, JuJu, Onni, Shay, DeeDee and B. SANDRA The Spotlight feature this week is Sandra, who is returning by popular demand. Sandra has no problem being the center of attention, but her shadow isn't so big where it covers those close to her. Sandra is constantly working hard to create a successful career for herself, and wants to one day be a force to be reckoned with in Tampa and around the world. Sandra enjoys the movies and just hanging out with her She also enjoys spending quality time with her family. The man in San-. dra's life must be strong, intelligent, loyal, and patient. Congratulations to Sandra as this week's Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to tclark@flsentinel.com.

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i Black College Football a: w m w > 0 z Ranier Varnadore Secures FIMU's Homecoming Win BY TED TAYLOR C Chase Varnadore ff kicked five field goals to lead Florida A&M University to a 22-21 Homecoming victory over the North Carolina Central University Eagles on Saturday afternoon. There were many anxious moments for the 14,768 in attendance, particularly with an interim coach on the CHASE VARNADORE sidelines for the first game. Despite the Homecoming victory, the Rattlers season still has been disappointing with the record at 4-6. A win against state rival 8-2, 7-0 Bethune-Cookman University, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Champion, on Saturday afternoon in the Florida Classic in Orlando will go a long way to salvage the sea son. BCD Wildcats Ease Past Tigers BY TED TAYLOR Behind the offense of for mer Tampa Jefferson quar-terback Quentin Williams, BethuneC Cookman made easy work of ff Savannah State, 49-7 on 0 Saturday evening in Ted Z Wright Stadium. Wtlliams c( dazzled the home around with 113 yards rushing on eleven carries and 103 yards W passing on 9 of 12, and two touchdowns. > A blocked punt return of 14 a: w > w yards by Torre Price put B CU at 7-0 in the middle of the first period and they cruised the rest of the way. In the second, B-CU tallied four touchdowns on runs of 10 yards by Rodney Scott and 2 yards by Isidore Jackson. Williams' passes of 11 yards to Eddie Poole and 36 yards to David Blackwell, the former quarterback converted to wide receiver. A recovered Wildcat fumble in the end zone by the Tigers' Cornel Weston gave Savannah State the shutout avoider in the third quarter. Upon entering the game in the third, backup quarterback Brodrick Waters scored on runs covering 3 yards and 8 yards. B-CU won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference crown with the win. They play rival Florida A & M University in the Florida Classic Saturday afternoon in Orlando, and will be seeking a perfect con ference record c w :I: U) ::::i m ::J a.. Rams, Wildcats Clinch Championships And Remain No. 11n HBCU Football z i= w _, _, ::J m After their second-straight CIAA championship game victory 34-19 over Elizabeth City State, the Winston Salem State Rams remain No. 1 in the Boxtorow championship with a 49-7 victory over Savannah State and remain atop the coaches' poll. The Wildcats received 14 of 17 first place votes. _, w national media poll. Z The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats clinched the MEAC In the coaches' poll, there was no change with the top four teams as Arkansas-Pine w U) c( c a: 0 _, LL ED I ,...,.... c.s & Ln-Ptr-t. &r.tem, .._ .. ,..ooiOWI 1 Contact: Tony Jones I Office: 813-870-3333 I Direct Une: 813-965-3105 I I I PrHhrned Blow-Out Sali WOIIIY APPOIITIEm OILY CAtS AS LOW AS 2,817.00 1 I I I I ----------------Bluff and Alabama State, both winners on Saturday, remained No. 2 and No. 4, respectively. The Tennessee State Tigers who had the week off received the other three first place votes and remain No. 3 this week. Sports Price Becomes Ravs' First cv Young Winner If you are a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays and lefty, David Price, you probably feel he should have won the Cy Young Award at least two years ago. But none of that matters now, as Price has officially been named the American League's Cy Young winner, finishing just ahead of Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers. Price finished the 2012 season with a 2.56 ERA, and a 20-5 record. Considered the best pitcher in the American League is quite an honor for Price. When you add the fact that counting the other profes sional franchises in the city, there have been only 12 ath letes who 've won either reg ular or post season awards, you see how big an honor this was. Since coming into the Majors in 2007, Price has had only one off season (in 2009), and the 6'6" 27-year old is just getting started Among his 2012 accom plishments is being selected to his third consecutive All Star ga:me, an:d going 10-2 with a 2.51 ERA I 16 starts against American League East teams. Price had the most starts of any Major League picture with 23 of 7 innings or more, DAVID PRICE and had 23 starts allowing 2 earned runs or fewer for the most in the American League. On winning the award, Price said he feels very humbled and blessed. "We all go by a slogan hanging in our clubhouse that says, 'if you don't like it, pitch better.' That's the motto we all go by. We have a lot of big arms in this orga nization that are just waiting for a chance to come up here and prove that they belong here. If you throw the ball, you don't have to worry about any criticism." Price said as a kid, he never dreamed of winning the Cy Young award. "I guess if you can do that, you're doing something right, said Price. "End of Year Specials" OnAII20128 Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge and Call Laster Today: 813.129.2400 or Email: LasterDavlsOgmall.com VIsit Laster: 24314 SR 54, Lutz, Florida 33551

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Bucs Hope To Keep Humar11raes 11 CoWbiJvs' Brvant Agrees Win Streak Alive To Anger Management on The Road QUINCY BLACK It s a shame last Sunday s Tampa Bay Buccaneer win over the San Diego Chargers was blacked out locally. But, the y will be on the road this Sunday as they face Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. The Bucs appear to be going in one direction and the Panthers in the other as both teams try to establish consis tency. Newton's rookie year was legendary as beset new rookie records for passing yards and running touchdowns. However, his sophomore sea son has been full of turmoil and mistakes. The Buccaneer players will go to Carolina hoping to extend their win streak but they will also be thinking about the future oflinebacker Quincy Black. Black, 28 ; was carted off the field last Sunday after tackling running back Ryan _Mathews. He was reported as having a neck injury; but no spinal cord damage. There was some complications with his left arm, but he has been released from the hospital. Head Coach, Greg Schiano, said Black has use of his left arm, but doctors believe there could be nerve damage and are waiting for the swelling to go down before ordering more tests. Redskins' Hall Fined $301 For Penaltv ASHBURN, VA DeAngelo Hall has been fined $30,000 for his confrontation with an official in the Washington Redskins' loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last month. Hall will not be suspend e d for the incident late in the S tee l ers' 27 -12 win O c t 28. DEANGEW HALL TORII HUNfER DETROIT -Free agent outfielder Torii Hunter has agreed to a two-year deal with the Detroit Tigers. The 37-:-year-old Hunter hit a career-best .313 last season for the Los Angeles Angels. He1l be able to fill a corner outfield spot for the AL champion Tigers, taking care of a major offseason pri ority for Detroit. Hunter hit 16 home runs and had 92 RBis in 2012. He could also help the Tigers improve their defense as they chase their first World Series title since 1984. Detroit was swept by San Francisco in this year's series. IRVING, TX Dalla$ Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant_ has agreed to a year of anger management coun seling as part; of a deal that could lead to the dismissal of a family violence charge over a dispute with his mother. Attorney Royce West said Wednesday that Bryant was already attend ing anger management ses sions, and he said the Dallas County district attorney's office would dismiss the DEZBRYANT misdemeanor charge if Bryant stays out of trouble for a year. Bears Star Tillman's Wile Has Founh Child CHICAGO Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman's wife gave birth to the couple's fourth child. They were expecting a girl. Tillman thanked his Twitter followers for their "thoughts and prayers" and added "Wife and baby are doing great" in a post Tuesday. Tillman's status for Sunday's game against Houston was in question after he told a Chicago radio station CHARLES TILLMAN he might have to miss it. He later said he expected to be available and wound up play ing in a loss to Houston.

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Entertainment a= w m w > Hallalarrv loses case To Relocate To Franca 0 Academy Award-winning Z actress Halle Berry will have to put off her relocation Q plans to move to France with ii: her daughter, Nabla, beLL cause Friday a judge ruled that she has to stay put in the United Berry, 46, who has gone through a long and bitter custody battle with her exGabriel Aubry over their 4year-old daughter, Nabla, filed a request to move back in February with the Los Angeles family court because she claimed to be in fear for her life as a result of being stalked by two men. The two men who report edly jeopardized Berry's sense of safety are no longer behind bars. Richard Franco, 28, who pleaded guilty to stalking the famed actress, was sentenced to 386 days behind bars, but was given a credit for the 193 days he had already served. He was released in January of thisyear. HALLE BERRY Robert Hoskins, a man who had allegedly threatened to cut Berry's and Madonna's throats and was shot by the "Material Girl's" bodyguards in 1995, escaped from a mental institution last week. Hoskins was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 1996 after Madonna testified that being in the same room with him made her "sick to her stomach." In addition to their safety, Berry also claimed that her privacy would be increased abroad because paparazzi laws regarding celebrities are much stricter, ensuring Nabla's safety. SWiss Baatz In Tu Trouble New York tax officials have filed a demand against Swiss Beatz, real name Kasseem Dean, seeking $98,246 in un paid taxes from 2010. Alicia Keys' husband also owes $2.6 million to the Inter nal Revenue Service for fed eral tax debts In 2010, Swizz Beatz was hit \\lith a $652,727 lien for delinquent taxes stemming from 2008, but his lawyer in sisted he was "negotiating an amicable resolution of the dis pute." Fonner csl' Star Garv Dounlan Rlas ForBannPtcv GARY :OOURDAN Former CSI star Gary Dourdan seems to be in the midst of a financial crisis. The 45-year-old actor has filed for Chapter 11 bank ruptcy. As cited in documents ; the troubled actor has roughly $1.8 million in assets, but owes his creditors $1.73 mil lion. He reportedly owes $1.6 million to various banks, in cluding Union Bank, which holds the mortgage to his home that niay be in default. The most shocking part of Dourdan bankruptcy filing is that he claims to currently have a disposable income of only $321 a month and says he has $14,562 in monthly bills. Ceelo Green Under Investigation Cee Lo Green, who is currently under investigation for allegedly drugging a fe male friend and engaging in sexual behavior with her, is speaking out. "Given that the matter is under investigation, we obvi misly cannot speak as freely as we'd like. What we can say is that these allegations are despicable, untrue and deeply hurtful to Cee Lo, his chil dren and his family, said Cee's rep. The woman, who is appar ently a of Cee Lo's, has accused him of giving her ecstasy while the two enjoyed dinner at a restaurant. Ac-CEEWGREEN cording to the woman, the next thing she recalls is wak ing up naked in Cee Lo's bed "We are confident that when all the facts come out, it will be clear that if anyone was victimized here, it was Cee Lo, said his rep. Stockholm Bovcons Chris Brown Although Rihanna seems to have forgiven Chris Brown, many Europeans aren't over the infamous do mestic violence incident be tween the former couple. @Sweden, the country's official Twitter account (which is run by a different Swede each week), posted a picture of a sign outside of the Erics son Globe in Stockholm, where Brown is expected to Stockholm Poster perform on November 19th. The poster shows the leaked photo of Rihanna's bruised and battered face after Brown attacked her. Auto Rentals "FREE UPGRADE PLUS EXTRA 50 MILES. $19.99* A Day "SIIIIject To all !My Willa Coupon

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Aikens Q a: II. Q z c( Q (/) w :::::> X: w > w Q w :I: (/) :::::i r:D :::::> 0.. z i= w ...J ...J :::::> r:D ...J w z i= z w (/) iE 0 ...J II. c( I co ,.... MR. CARL LORENZO BALLARD Homegoing service for Mr. Carl Lorenzo Ballard of Tampa, who away Thursday, November 8, 2012, will be held Saturday, Novem ber 17, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the graveside at Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610, Minister Coller Williams, offi ciating. Interment will follow. Carl was born August 12, 1956, in Montgomery, Ala bama, and was a longtime res ident of Tampa. As a child, Carl loved to play baseball, basketball and en joyed drawing. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Minnie Floyd; grandmothers, Essiephean Ballard and Jeffie Ballard; and grandfathers, George Ballard and Math Ballard. He leaves to cherish his memory: son, Collin Longstreet Ballard; grand daughter, Collaysha Longstreet Ballard; father, Hoover Ballard; brother, Willie Ballard; sisters, Jacque line Archibald and husband, Relston, Jeffrie Miller and hus band, Larry, Minister Coller Williams and Katrina Ballard uncle, Joe Ballard; nieces: Tazmin and Taryn Archibald, Janelle and Shayna Brooks, Alexis Ballard, Treneshia Mad dox and Jayla Ballard; grand niece, Dakota Maddox nephews, Christopher Ballard and Cameron Miller; grand nephews, Zemberiah Strong and Derrick Hunter; and a host of loving cousins, other rela tives and friends. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 16,2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will re ceive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the cemetery for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr.'Dexter Hammond 2/6/195911/09/2012 BRO'IHEitS Mr. Willie D. Hammond 07/10/1949 -u/oS/2012 The Unbreakable BOnd. Of'l\Vo MR. DEXTER HAMMOND Homegoing service for Mr. Dexter Hammond of Tampa, who passed away Friday, No vember 9, 2012, will be held Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 10:30 a. m. at Aikens Fu neral Home Chapel, Elder Phillip Dorsey, officiating. In terment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Dexter was born on Decem ber 6, 1959, in Sebring, FL, to Florence Hammonds and Her man Pugh. was educated in the public schools of Sebring, FL, and graduated from Robinson High School in Tampa, in 1978. Dexter attended Edward Wa ters College for 2 years. He then enlisted in the United States Marine Corp and served 12 years. After completing his commitment with the Marines he began serving others in the Hotel industry. He worked for Marriott Hotels and was still employed with Embassy Suites. Dexter was a devoted family man. He was loved by all who came in contact with him. He was kind and gentle and known for be "consistent" and was a "Rock". He went to work, went home, relaxed at home and woke up the next day and did it all again without ever complaining. Dexter was a hard working provider. He loved to make you laugh with his witty charm. He was an avid joke and story teller and his face would light up as he would share a part of him selfwith you. Dexter was a peacemaker and often would remind you that "You can' t make grown people do what they don't wanna do." He was a dedi cated Marine and lived by Sem per Fi, which means "Always Loyal or Always Faithful." He was preceded in death by: his mother, Florence Ham monds; and his father, Her man Pugh. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife and friend of 31 years, Brenda Joyce Ham mond, Tampa; two sons, Ori Earth. And In Heaven Rechee (Tammy Williams), Tampa, and Ahmad (Kasha Dixon) Mitchel, Tampa; daugh ter, Latasha Brown, Tampa; brothers, the late Pastor Willie (Dorothy) D. Hammonds, Dunn, NC, Kenneth "Domino" Hammonds, Tampa, Eddie "Sput" Hammonds, Sebring, FL, Harry Glenn, Tampa, Ronald (Mary) Smith, Colum bus, OH, and Walter Smith, Wtmauma, FL; sisters, Margie Hammonds, Wimauma, FL, Michelle Hammonds, Jack sonville, FL, and Sandra (Michael) Hammonds, Seffner, FL; two brothers-in-law, Fred die (Tevecia) Mitchel, II, Tampa, and Michael (Michaela) Johnson, Tampa; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Ham monds, Dunn, NC, Eloise Ham monds, Miami, FL, and Phyllis (Sterling) Mitchel, Tampa; grandchildren, Fredricka Mitchell, La'Coya Carter, Devin Hall, Alesha Ross, Jocelyn Hall, Garry, Jr., Syncere Mitchell, Imani Tay lor, Shame Robinson, Rashad Williams, Michael Myers and Jayla Bell; nieces, Sebrena (Fred) James, Miami, FL, La'Rita Johnson, Miami, FL, Tramecia Williams, Jack sonville, FL, Patrice Wdliams, Tampa, Satira (Lee) Haynes, Wesley Chapel, FL, and Sabra Floyd, Seffner, FL; nephews, Jamar Hammonds, Miami, FL, Amir Williams, Jacksonville, FL, Michael Johnson, Tampa, Brandon Mitchel, Tampa, Byron Johnson, Tampa, Stacey Hammond, Tampa, and Fred die Mitchel, Jr., Tampa; aunts, Minnie Hammond Tampa, Catherine Hammonds, Wauchula, FL, Gladys Wilcox, Wimauma, FL, Geneva Nelson, Wimuama, FL, and Nancy Nel lon, Wimauma, FL; uncles, the late Jimmy L. Hammonds, Washington, DC, and the late Skacey Hammond, Sebring, FL; mother-in-law, Christine Mitchel Tampa; father-in-law, Freddie Mitchel, Sr;, Tampa; additional family members, Merle (Ken) Wilson, Jammia (Regpe) Samuels, the entire Dorsey family, the entire Matthews family, and the en tire Wilcox family; best friend forever, James Bernard "Inchy" McAllister; and other friends, Ken "Spote" Under wood, Bruce Croupe, Ezequiel Gonzalez, Shakis Farmer and Gui Lavalle. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 16, 2012, from 5-8 P m. The family will re ceive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Homegoing services for Mr. Willie J. Henderson of Tampa, who passed away, Monday, No vember 5, 2012, will be held Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 2:30 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Mar tin Luther Jr. Blvd., Bishop Michael Lewis, officiat ing. Interment will be in Or ange Hill Cemetery. Willie J; Henderson was born on August 24, 1943, to the late Paul J. Henderson and a devoted mother, Carrie L. Govan in Blakely, Georgia. He later moved to New Jer sey for 44 years and then moved to Tampa, where he resided the last 23 years. Mr. Henderson retired from Bayonne Barrell and Drum Company, Newark, NJ, and had also been employed at Tampa General Hospital. His father, Paul J. Hender son; stepfather, Elmer Govan; and sister, Gennie M. Hender son, all preceded him in death. He leaves memories tocher ish with: his devoted mother, Carrie L. Govan; ex-wife, Car olyn Henderson; 2 daughters, Monique Henderson and Tomeko Young (Robert); son, Derrick Griffin (Gretchan); grandchildren, Dassan, Jerry, Jervon; Robert, Jr., Najiyah, Jasmeen, Tamara, Ra'Shayah, Robin and. Za'Mya; 11 great grandchildren; sister, Nora Robert of Newark, NJ, and lit. tie sister, Mary Stokes; aunts, Villo (Truett), and Bertha; nieces, Jeanette, Chrissy and Denise; nephews, Kent, Ed ward, David, Ronnie and Ter rance; and a host of other nieces and nephews; the Brown, Peterson, Stokes, Cor bett and Bush families; other sorrowing relatives and friends; and special friends, Pearlie Mae and Emanuel Doyle and Essie. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 16, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will re ceive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m.r The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. AARON JEROME SMITH Funeral services for Mr. Aaron Jerome Smith of Wash ington, D. C., who paSsed away, October 30, 2012, while help ing a friend change a tire in the "Super Storm Sandy," will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2012, .at 12:30 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Elder Michelle B. Patty, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Smith was born on January 28, 1977, in Tampa, to two lov ing parents, Mr. Pete Jerome Smith and Mrs. Gloria B Artis. MR. AARON JEROME SMITH As a young man of profound faith, Aaron found love and friendship in Capitol Heights, Maryland, where he and his mother, Gloria, along With his stepfather and mentor, Nor man Artis, brothers Antwane and Adrian reside. He was preceded in death by: his paternal grandparents, David Smith (Mary Lee); hs maternal grandparents, Earl Lee Bass, Sr. (Martha Jane Handley); aunts, Mary Lou Smith Coakley, Sally Geter, Vernice Aaron and Maple Neal; uncles, Arnold Smith, Leon Smith, Robert Bass and Earl Lee Bass, Jr. He leaves to cherish his lov ing memories: a devoted father and mother, Pete J. Smith (Diane), Tampa, and Gloria Artis (Norman), Capitol Heights, Maryland; brothers, Adrian M. Bass and Antwane. L Smith; stepbrothers, DeDar allo Blue and Jordan Woodard; stepsister, Shanna Faison; aunts, Diane Tillman, Annette Smith Jenkins, Mary Ann Anderson, Mary Moore, Leachell Bass, Rose Bass Smith, Minnie Miller, Zeffie Bass Shackleford and Con stance Williams; uncles, Hilton Smith, Jimmy Bass, Clarence Bass, Samuel Bass, Dr. Levell Bass, Michael Bass, Lawrence Williams and Chris Moore; nieces, Kyra Shae Price, La'Niya Bush and Isobel Sarah Bass; nephew, Malik Xavier Bass; and cousins, Lorriane Nunn (Warren), Angelina Alexander (Robert), CA, Sylvia Williams, Rodney Smith, Lynn Smith, Debra Knight, Sheryl Knight Swann (Greg) Miami, FL, Rhonda Taylor, Jerry "Pooh" Bass, Marcus Williams, Jackie Toy, Kathryn Turner (Alfred), Atlanta, Jacqueline Smith, Reginald Knight, Starr Hall, Sherica Godwin, Ray mond Taylor, Lashanta Melton, William Rolle, James Rolle, Stephanie Brathwaite (Akil), Shedaria Deleaux, Ter rance Lyles, Jabria Gamble and Onethia Lawrence. He also leaves behind: his best friend, Henri' Stephon McMahon; Tarek Paige, Anto nio Paige, Jonnette "Grandma" Datcher, Turban Datcher (Jr., Sr.), Johnneice McCutchen, Dion Boone and family, Tanya Lancaster and family, the Yancey family, the Brame fam ily, the Pines family, his first love, Jasmin Hamilton and family, Ni'ara Hamilton, James Stevens, Clifton Stevens, the Hedgespeth fam ily, the Perkins family, Coach Aaron Payne and family, and Jerome Davis and family; and a host of other friends and rel atives. The viewing will be held at AikenS Funeral Home on Fri day, November 16, 2012 from 5-8 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday for .the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME

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f unerals/Memoriams :!! Everett -Derr &Anderson MINISTER ERNEST GREEN, JR. Celebration of life service for Minister Ernest Green, Jr., who passed away on Sunday, November 11, 2012, at 5:25 p. m. will be held Sunday, November 18, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Mount Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4902 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with the Dr. Patrick Vmcent, pastor, Pastor Moses Brown, officiating. Minister Ernest Green, Jr. was born January 26, 1960, to the late Ernest Green, Sr., and Mary Margaret Washington Green. He was preceded in death by: two sisters, Joanne Green and Annie Liza Thomas. He leaves to celebrate his life: wife, Tina Louise ClarkGreen; children, Ayon Coleman and his mother, Shari Coleman, York, PA, Adrein Green and his mother, Andrea Green and husband, Valentine (Tony) Pringle, Deltona, FL, and Alexis and Zamaya Clark, Tampa; a soon to be born grandson, Kaiden; sisters, Betty Ann Washington, Ethel Mary Green Brown and her husband, Soloman Brown, Patricia Green, West Palm Beach, FL, and Mary Helen Washington Bellamy, Myrtle Beach, SC; brother, Jimmie Lee Washington, West Palm Beach, FL; adopted siblings, Marcia Cozart, Wesley Chapel, FL, Michelle Thomas, Tampa, Deacon Marvin Davis, Riverview, FL, and Ronnie McNeil and his wife, Shannon, Ocala, FL; special niece, Serena (Lulu) Washington, West Palm Beach, FL; in-laws, Willie and Albert Hamilton, Orlando, FL; aunt and uncle, Bobby and Minnie Nix, Mt. Dora, FL; Church families, New Testament Mission-ary Baptist Church, Thonotosassa, Cathedral, Tampa, and The Embassy International Christian Center, Claire-Mel, FL; and many other families and friends. The visitation and wake for Minister Ernest Green, Jr. will be held Saturday, November 17 2012, from 6-8 p m. at Mount Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4902 North 40th Street. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Sunday, November 17, 2012, at 12:30p. m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING ON SUNDAY. Arrangements by Ronald J. Derr, Sr., LFD. "EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MR. THOMAS L. BASS Mr. Thomas L. Bass of Tampa, was called home on Friday, November 2 2012. His funeral service took place Saturday, November 10, 2012, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 North Willow Avenue, with Rev. Rayford Harper, pastor, officiating. Born on September 29, 1976, in Tampa, to Maynard and Joanne Bass, Thomas attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He graduated from King High School in 1994 After high school, he continued his education at F1orida A&M University. He had been working in the hospitality industry for over three years. Thomas, affectionately known as "Tommy" or "T Bass," was an avid sports enthusiast. As a youngster, he played little league baseball, basketball ancl football. He continued to compete in sports through high school. He was a huge Miami Hurricane fan and game rivalries with his big brother, Guye, who loves F1orida State! Thomas was preceded in death by: his father, Jay Maynard Bass; and his brother, Alton Bass. He leaves to cherish his memory: devoted and loving mother, Joanne Bass; brothers, Guye Bass (Melva) and Norris Bass; sisters, Sheila Bass Bryant and MaJesta Trotman (Elton); very special uncle, Sandy Weaver (Maxine); nieces, Jordynn Bass, Jayda Bass, Alecia Spencer (Andrew), and Carla Bryant; nephews, Eric Bryant and Oscar Bryant; devoted cousins, Charlott Delagall, Kirk Ellerson, Nettie Ryan (Nick), Gwendolyn Bass Kemp, Kimberly Coleman-Tavares (Frank, Jr.), Christopher Coleman, Sandy Weaver, Jr., Latonya Weaver, Vivian Weaver and Camelia Rosemond (Henry). Thomas also leaves to cherish fond memories a host of other sorrowful family and friends. The remains reposed after 5 p. m., Friday, November 9 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com DEACONESS VERA MAE HARPER Deaconess Vera Mae Harper ofTampa, passed away Tuesday, November 6, 2012. A homegoing celebration will take place Saturday, November 17 ,2012, at 10 a.m. at Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 North Rome Avenue, Tampa, 33607, with Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born September 20, 1939, in Coal Valley, Alabama, to the .late Mr. J. Jackson and Ms. Annie Steward, Deaconess Vera Mae Harper was a resident of Tampa for over 49 years. She served on the Usher Board and as a Deaconess at Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church and loved her church and family. She served in the church until the Lord called her home. She was preceded in death by her husband, Deacon Frank Harper, Jr. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 sons, Willie Harper (Linda), Thomas Harper (LeJean), and Gregory Harper (Barbara); 4 daughters, Elizabeth Sails (Michael), Emma Ford (Edward), Constance Wade and Kathy Thompson (Troy); godson, Leonard Limehouse (LaTasha); 21 grandchildren, Joseph Howard (Marguerita), La Tasha Adoga (Charles), wanda Harper, Jermine Johnson, Belinda Harper, Michael B. Sails, Jr., Michael Patterson (Jennifer), Katrina Ford, Vera A. Harper, Tonika Harper, Elizabeth Harper, Thomas Harper, Jr., Tempestt Harper, James E. Wade, Jr. (Sequia), Bryon Wade (Pamela), Lashonda Thomas (Damon), Eddie Williams, Candis L. Harper (Darel), Jessie Thompson, Jr. (Victoria), Adrian Thompson and Andre' Thompson; 30 great grandchildren; 2 sisters, Annie Knight Reed (Jimmie) of Gasden, AL, and Mary Lee Owens ofGasden, AL; brother, Jack Burgess (Fannie) of Detroit, MI; extended family includes, Gwen Carton (Deacon Carton), and Essie Clark; 2 sisters-in-law, Juanita Jones (James), and Annie McKenzie (Robert), the Rev. C. T. Kirkland, the Deaconess Board and the Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church family; a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends; and dear friends, 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 vera Hart, Caren Hayward. The remains will repose from 5-8 p.m., Friday, November 16, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. JOHN LOWMAN Mr. John Lowman of 2304 North Boulevard, passed away Tuesday, November 13, 2012. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 4 p.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Philetha TuckerJohnson, officiating. Mr. John K. Lowman was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 47 years. He attended Plant High School and was a member of Christ of Calvary Community Church. He was employed in shipping/receiving at the Colonade. He leaves to cherish his memory: his parents, John and Marion Lowman; brothers, Johnnie Patterson, Curtis (Alicia), Nathaniel, Andre' (Felicia), Jonathan (Tonia), Johnel and Shawn; four sisters, Maeola (Gene), Virginia (Kenny), Lisa (Isaac), and Nybie (Carlton); a host of nieces and nephews; friends, Mr. Paul, Anita and .Darrell; and friend/co-worker, Jeff. There will be no visitation. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. WILLIE L. LOWMAN, JR. Mr. Willie L. Lowman, Jr. of Tampa, passed away peacefully Friday, November 9, 2012, at Melech Hospice House in Temple Terrace, FL. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 17 2012, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, Tampa, 33606, with Pastor Kenneth Stewart, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Willie loved fishing and playing dominoes. He was preceded in death by: 3 brothers, Charles, Fred and Clarence Lowman; daughter, Sabrina Lowman; sister, Mary Frances Pedroso; and 2 sons, Willie and Calvin. He leaves to cherish memo ries and a legacy oflove: a loving and devoted wife, Beverly z. Lowman of Tampa; 3 daughters, Laura Julien (Leyland), Linda Richardson (Alonzo), and Robin Lowman, all of Tampa; 4 80ns, Ray Charles Hutchins, Sr., and Melvin Lowman, both of Tampa, Larry E. Reid of Las Vegas, NV, and Justin L. Reid of Tampa; 16 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; sister, Margie Lowman, Manhattan, NY; brother, John Lowman (Marion) of Tampa; sisters-in-law, Martha Lowman, Columbus, GA, and Starrie Lee Conley, Tampa; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; and extended families,. Emma and Herman of Apopka, FL, Constance Winchester and Ricky of Winter Garden, FL, Mrs. Bernice Pitts of Orlando, FL, and Mr5. Yvonne Stolard of Apopka, FL. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 16, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted" to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LINDA SMITH YOUNG 11/15/1959-4/23/2011 You have left this world of sorrow and are free from pain and harm. And now rest in peace and comfort, in the blessed Savior's arms. Daughters, Denise Cox and Ja Quay Young; grandson, J. J. Speights; and mother, Eloise Smith. c z m == m m :a r-0 ::D en m z :j z m r-m c: r r-g) z "U c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m :a < c: m en c ,., z c :!! c

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f unerals/Memoriams/Cards Of Thanks MR. KING MCCLARY, SR. Mr. King McClary, Sr. of Riverview, departed this life Sunday, November 4, 2012, at 5:45 p. m. at his home. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Life Tabernacle, 6912 Williams Road, Seffner, FL, with Pastor Daniel M. Davy. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Born in Kingstree, South Carolina, on June 7, 1922, he was a great father of 11 chil dren. He leaves to cherish his memory: 5 sisters, Florence Green, Sarah Whack, Ruth Peatross, Gracie Newsome and Louise McClary; brother, Timothy McClary; 10 children, 0 Livingston, III, King t McClary, Jr., Katherine Bryan, LL Richard and Samuel McClary, 0 Jean Mosley, James, Ronald, z Harnetha and John McClary; 4 ct stepchildren, Cindy Shelfield, Lily Hawthorn, Nana and Steve O Wilson; son-in-law, Oscar 0 Mosley; daughter-in-law, W Jeanie McClary; sisters-in-law, ;::, Doris, Edith, Shelia and Mazie 1McClary; 39 grandchildren; ij: and a host of great grandchil W dren, nieces, nephews, cousins > and friends. W The remains will repose from 6-8 p.m., Friday, Novem:::1: ber 16, 2012, at Ray Williams 0 Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard :::i Avenue. m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, 1-z Owners. www.raywilliamsfuw neralhome.com ..I ..I ;::, m ..I w z t= z w U) C a: 0 ..I LL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM It's been 11 years since you were called to heaven. It like only yesterday. We you. Love, your children, children and great dren. MR. JOSEPH STURKS Mr. Joseph Sturks of Tampa, departed this life Tues day, November 13, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Monday, November 19, 2012, at 12 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue. In terment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Joseph was born on May 15, 1949, in Tampa, to the late Ida Mae and James Sturks, II. He was also the godson of the late UnideUa and Joseph Green. He graduated from Middle ton High School in 1967. In 1968 he joined the United States Air Force, became a ser geant, and was later honorably discharged. Joseph lived in New York City for a number of years until his request was fulfilled to re locate to Tampa, on August 25, 2012. He loved watching football games. His favorite teams were the New York Giants and the New York Jets. He also loved watching the Nature channel and other historic programs on television. Joseph touched everyone's life with his Jove and caring for others. He leaves to cherish his memory: 2 sons, Joseph J. Williams and Russell Laws, both of New York City; daugh ter, Shannon Sturks ofTampa; 2 sist!!rs, Frances Lovett Grantham of Virginia, and Mary Sturks of Tampa; 2 un cles, Donald Sturks of Tampa, and Joe Sturks; 2 aunts, Ve nilla Randolph of Tampa, and Inez Goff of Florida; a loving niece, Michele Mitchell; 4 nephews, Eddie Mitchell, Jonathan Mitchell and Mark Mitchell, all of Tampa, and Edgardo Prado of New York City; 15 grandnieces and grandnephews; devoted friends, Rebecca Laws and Rhonda Williams, both of New York City; best friend, Mike Sarik of New York City; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Sunday, No vember 18, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com 5002 N .tOtb Street Cemday Space I..uxwy Lmousine Metal 20ga. Casket Shopper's Discount Florida 33610 (ElfP.Rt..TION Cremation Funeral I..uxuy IAnoosiDe NaHIIdliDIEIB!Iilik Shoppers Discowlt Wilson MR. BENJAMIN LEE JONES Funeral service for Mr. Ben jamin Lee Jones, who passed away on Friday, November 2, 2012, in a local hospital, will be held Monday, November 19, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Fu neral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Rev. Frank Baffard, officiating. In terment will follow in Florida National Cemetery with Mili tary Honors. Mr. Jones was born in St. Petersburg, FL, to the late Thomas William Jones and Carodell Carter. He was a Truck Driver for Forge Van Line. He was preceded in death by: sister, Martha Jefferson; and sisters-in-law, Annie Ruth Byrd and Ella Kelly. Mr. Jones is survived by: his wife, Laura Jones; daughters, Victoria Jones and Angie Jones l:lowell; grandchildren, Var darius Graham, Destiny Spear, Michele Spear and Michael Spear, Jr.; siblings, Tom Carter, Jr., Lila Norwood and Myram Turner, all of St. Pe tersburg, FL; mother-in-law, Annie Mae Byrd (deceased, Earnest Byrd, Sr.); brothers in-law, David Walker (Mar garet), Edward Lee Byrd (Picola), Earnest Byrd (San dra), Rayfield Byrd (deceased, Lorrine Byrd), Ulysses Uqdah (Cassandra), Robert Kelly and Charles Byrd; and a host of other relatives and friends The remains will repose at Wilson Funeral Home on Fri day, November 16,2012, from 3-6 p. m. with the family re ceiving friends from 5-6 p. m. in the chapel. Friends are asked to assem ble at the funeral home on Monday at approximately 10:45a.m. "A WII:SON SERVICE" www.wilson funeralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY KEVIN ALLEN In loving memocy of my son. It' s been ten years since the Lord called you home, but it seems like yesterday. You will always be remem bered and loved. Your family and friends. MR. AARON STILUNGS, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Aaron Stillings, Jr., who passed away oil November 11, 2012, will be held Saturday No vember 17, 2012, at 11 a.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with a local pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Or ange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Aaron Stillings, Jr., 84, was a native ofTampa, but was raised since infancy in Wash ington, D. C., where he at tended both Elementary and Jr. High School. Upon the death of his father, Aaron, Sr. and his mother, he left their maternal family in D. C., and moved back to Tampa, where he attended and gradu ated from Middleton Senior High School. He retired from Yellow Taxi Cab and Truck driving. Aaron was preceded in death by: his parents, Aaron, Sr., and Eulah (Adams) Still ings; 2 sons, Kennedy E. Still ings and Matthew Igles; children's mother, Leola Sher man; aunts, Daisey B. Adams and Beulah Echols (mother's twin sister); uncle, Jack Still ings; aild cousin, Billie Still ings. Aaron is survived by: 2 daughters, Valencia K. Hamerter and husband, James B and Debra Dabney; 4 sons, Aaron Stillings, III, Eric M. Stillings, R. Sherman and Joseph H. Williams and wife, Tangala M.; 2 daughters in-law, Sonja Stillings and Joy Igles (West Palm Beach, FL); grandchildren, Lateasha Thomas, Tessa Williams (Igles), Kayla Hamerter, Rae field Hamerter, Arlissa Williams, Marquita Revere, Kendra Stillings, Tiera Still ings, Kennika Stillings, Matthew Ponder, Shanicia Williams, Jalisia Williams and Tannicia Williams; great grandchildren, Jayden John son, Jalissa Johnson, Cornya Taylor, Ray'on Turner, Keion Stillings, Donny Miller, Jr., Kennedy Miller, Javarius J. Hamertcr, Javari M. Hamerter, Ariel Marcus, Tionne L. Marcus and Londyn K. Vickers; cousin, Rubye Still ings (Thonotosassa, FL); and a host of other families, relatives and friends. Aaron was a direct descen dant of the Stillings family, who were the 1 .. Black Pioneer family of Hillsborough County," who settled in Thono tosassa, FL. Visitation for Mr. Aaron Stillings, Jr. will be held Friday evening from 5-7 p. m. at Har mon Funeral Home. Friends attending the home going service are asked to as semble at the Chapel at 10:45 a.m. A HARMON BURIAL MASTERTAGI ESCHOL BENJAMIN Homegoing services for Master Tagi Eschol Benjamin, who passed away on November 11, 2012, will be held Saturday, November 17, 2012, at 1 p.m. at Celebration Free Methodist Church, 6101 N. Armenia Av enue, with Rev. Thad Roller, pastor; and Pastor Dilliana Powell, presiding. Interment willfoUow. Tagi leaves to cherish his memory: father, June Ben jamin; mother, Dilailah A. Pickey; grandfather, Alpino N. Pickey; grandmother, Sioko H. Pickey; aunts, Jayleen A. Pickey, Jasdan A. Pickey, Bestina Benjantin, Anselina Ludwig, Arcina Benjamin, Hine Benjamin, Welimina Ludwig and Adili Lickaneth; uncles, Alson A. Pickey, Nelson A. Pickey, Salter Porong, Edgar Lickaneth, Benjamin Ludwig, Enoch Benjamin, Tom Ben jamin and Mauricio Perez; and a host of cousins. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assem ble at the church at 12:45 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. WILLIE T PEASE, SR. We, the family of the late Mr. Willie T. Pease. Sr., wish to thank you all for the many acts of kindness shown during our bereavement. For all the cards, calls, vis its and food, we say thanks. The family. The family of Bro. Curtis C. Moore, Sr. sincerely appreci ates the prayers, acts of love and support shown by so many following the loss of our loved one. Your thoughtfulness and concern has helped ease our burden of grief. We shall be forever grateful.

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MR. CLYDE HAMMOND Mr. Clyde Hammond was born in Tampa, on November 24,1936. Clyde was well liked and he lived his life to the fullest. Clyde left us on Monday, No vember 12, 2012. He was preceded in death by: his father, Clarence; his mother, Mary; his brothers, Clarence, Jr., Richard and Lawrence; his grandmother, Mamie Ruth-Hammond; his aunt, Ozzie Lee Walker; his -uncle, Clarence Walker; his cousin, Cleo Murray; and his niece, Cheryl Hammond Ashimi. Left to forever cherish his memories are: wife, Vena Hammond; brothers, Rudolph and Ernest; sisters, Daisy Dortly, Mamie Brown, Sadie Coleman, Cynthia Smith and Deloris Hammond; cousin, Sam Walker and wife, Rose; son, Clyde Hammond, Jr. and wife, Chrystal; daughter, Brenda Hammond-Burney; grandchildren, Tremayne Burt, Twyman Parker, Demond Hammond, Clyde Hammond, Jr., II, Truvena Hammond and LaShaundra Hammond; 15 great grandchildren; nieces and nephews, Linda Jacobs, Rhonda Williams, Terry Hammond, Darren Hammond, Clarence Rouse and wife, Brid get, Soraya Rouse, Kimberly Semmons, Alvin Semmons and wife, Vivian, Idell Jones and husband, James, Sebastian Semmons, Willie Coleman, Jr., Lena Coleman, Carlos Coleman and wife, Joy, Rudolph Ham mond, Jr. and wife, Lashawda, Gereatha Quiver and husband, James, Daphne Hammond, Ernest D. Hammond and wife, Porsche, Chandria BroWJ), Shenniece Davis and husband, Marvin, Gary Brown and wife, Kim, and De' Andre Brown; a host of grand nieces and nephews; and devoted friends. Church services will be held at 2 p. m. on Saturday, Novem ber 17, 2012, at the Church Of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa, 33605. ELMORE ALFONZO SIMS, JR. 11/16/1930-7/28/2011 Memories of you are with us always. Sadly missed by: Gloria Yyony (James), Kasony, Elmore, Ill, Leonard, Q'quony (Karl), Tony, Robert, Maurice, Marquis, Jairus, Jacob, Tonya, Toya, Shan quanisha, Talib, Pearlie Mae Proctor (James), Johnetta Goldsmith, and a host of fam ily and friends. MR. CHARLES S. JONES, SR. June 28, 1949 -November 12, 1990 Although it's been 22 years, it seems like only yesterday that we heard your voice. We truly love you, but God loved you best. Your wife, Arlecia Rush Jones; sons, the late Rodney G. Jones and SSGT. Charles Jones, Jr.; daughters, Terri lyn, LaSonja and Daphne; grandchildren; aunt, Estella Maxwell; sister-in-law, Lato nia Jones; and the Jones fam ily from Havana, FL, and the Rush family. Unforgo They were there for us and for our Some couldn't wait ro coine home ro the they loved .. others gave the ultimate saama Today. as every day, they remain unb:>I2.Cm:et.L., FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St Tampa, A. 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125' DFA WllLCLEMONS,JR. The family of the late Dea. Will Clemons, Jr. would like to thank all our friends and loved ones for all your love and kind ness shown during our loss. A thanks to: Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes and the Greater Hope Church family, New Friendship M. B. Church, Rev. H. L. Daniels, Pastor, and Everett-Derr & Anderson Fu neralHome. May God continue to bless you. The Clemons family. MRS. EWISE THOMAS We, the family of Mrs. Eloise Thomas would like to acknowl edge aU of you for your many acts of kindness that was shown the family during our loss o our mother, "Madea." Your presence, cards, prayers, service and love will forever be in our hearts. Special thanks to: Rev. W. D. Sims (my Pastor) and Sister Sims for your words of strength and comfort; St. Matthew M. B. Church members, Progressive Usher Ministry, the Music Min istry, Daughters oflsis, Hospice Ruby Team, Dr. Bermudaz, the staff of Wilson Funeral Home and the many family and friends that travel to ensure this was a very special and memorous time for all of us to remember and che'rish. Only God could have made this possible. Thank you and God bless you all. Lavada Broxton and family. MR. CLARENCE 'BOODlE' MADDOX November 7th Missing you. The Maddox family. REMEMBERING DAD TEN YEARS WITHOUT THAT BEAUTIFUl SMILE MR. CHARLIE MADDOX November 13, 2002 Loving you forever. Your children and the Maddox family. IN MEMORY OF SALLY MAE EVERETI March 31, 1930 -November 13, 2009 Little did we know the morning when God was to call your name? In life we loved you dearly and death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lo!ie you, but you did not go alone. For part of us went with you the day God called you home. We know you would say, "don't be sad," just enjoy the happy memories of the time that we had. We will always love you dearly. Your loving husband, Bryant; brother, Charles; children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and special 'friends. ...... N 0 ...... N ., r 0 en m z -4 z m r aJ c: r r m :::j z c: aJ r iii :::1: m c m < m :::D < -4 c: m en c ,.. z c ., c

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c a: I.L c z c( c CJ) w :;) w > w c w l: CJ) :::; rD :;) D.. z tii ..J ..J :;) rD ..J w z t= z w CJ) C a: 0 ..J I.L MR. CHARLIE MADDOX Nov. 13, 2002 MR. RICHARD CARTER Nov. 2, 2002 BIRTHDAY MEMORY OF OUR BROTHER, MR. ClARENCE G. MADDOX 'BOODlE DOC' Nov.11h Precious memories of our heroes that have already run the race set before them, and look who's in the stand with the great cloud of Witnesses, the one and only "Boodie Doc." Happy birthday, big brother!!! Everlasting love, your family. CHARLES 'CHUCK' JORDEN Sunset: 11/13/09 Anniversary: 11/16/57 It's been 3 years and it would have been 55 years of marriage! Wow! God is still good and His grace is sufficient! (II Corinthians 12:9) Love, your wife, Ola and the Jorden fanilly! IN MEMORIAM DEA. OTIS LEWIS 11/15/11 It has only been a year since you've been gone. Our love for you still lives on. When we're all together, we know your presence is there so, we smile, cry, laugh and stare. We will continue to hold fast to the precious memories that we shared, until the day God calls us home and we see you up there. We love and miss you dearly. Your wife, Mrs. Victoria Lewis and the entire fanilly. National Gen. Wllllall'lld' Ward DIIIOIId For laviSh Travel, SIIDdlng GEN. WILLIAM WARD WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has demoted the former head of U. S. Africa Command who was accused of spending thousands of dollars on lavish travel and other unauthorized expenses, a senior U.S. offi cial said Tuesday. Panetta stripped Gen. William "Kip" Ward of a star, which means that he will now retire as a three-star lieutenant general despite ar guments from the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff against the demotion. Ward also has been ordered also repay the government $82,000. The official spoke on con dition of anonymity because the person wasn't authorized to discuss a personnel matter. The demotion comes as re tired Army Gen. David Pe traeus resigned as CIA director because of an extra marital affair and Marine Gen. John Allen is being investigated for improper communications with a woman. Panetta reviewed the Ward matter and concluded that the wrongdoing found by the Defense Department In spector General, in a report released earlier this year, de manded accountability. Retiring as a three-star will cost Ward about $30,000 a year in retirement pay, giving him close to $208,802 a year rather than the $236,650 he would get as a four-star. GOMEZ & TOUGER, P.A. GUILLERMO GOMEZ Criminal Defense Former State Prosecutor Both Federal & State ATTORNEYS AT LAW AGGRESSIVE ATTORNEYS 813-876-6622 2310 N.ArmeniaAve Tampa, FL 33607 www .gotofloridalaw.com Auto Accidents Personal Injury Crimi nal Defense FREE CONSULTATION 24 HOURS SERVICE

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Crime Arrest Made In 2010Murder BRADLEY HilL ... fotind shot to death. On June 23, 2010 at 8 a. m., Tampa Police reported that Bradley Hill, 22, had been found dead on the east side of Cleveland Elemen-tary school at 723 East Hamilton Street. Hill's cause of death was a single gunshot wound to the head. On September 2, 2010, Greg Spain, then 32, was arrested a block from the murder scene in possession of GREG SPAIN charged with Hill's .murder. a handgun. Ballistic evidence connected Spain to Hill's murder. Authorities also said written documentation, audio recordings and eyewitness accounts connected Spain to themurder. Spain is currently incarcerated at the Coleman Federal Penitentiary on a gun charge and will be brought back to Tampa to stand trial for mur der. Student Murdered On Her wav To School AUCIA BAI\NEIT student found murdered. WINI'ER HAVEN Wmter Haven Police have positively identified a 18-year-old female who was found dead on the Chain of Lakes Trail Monday Police said Alicia Dorene Barnett of Poinciana was found just south of the Lake Conine Bridge, on the northern section of the trail that borders the neighborhood of Carefree Cove. Police said at 8:02 a. m., Polk County EMS responded to a medical call on the trail and when they arrived, they found Barnett deceased. Barnett, who attended New Beginnings High School, had sustained injuries that indi cated she had been murdered. Authorities searched the area, and were unable to locate a suspect. A full investigation is underway into Barnett's tragic death. Autopsy results indicate Barnett died from several gunshot wounds Anyone with information is asked to call Heartland Crime Stoppers at 1-800-226-TIPS (8477). A $5,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information leading to the arrest of the person responsi ble for Barnett's death. Police onicer Charged With Aggravated Banerv WINTER HAVEN Winter Haven Police have arrested and charged a New Jersey Police Officer with aggravated battery. Police said Officer Allen Kenneth Moore attacked another New Jersey officer who was in Polk County to testify at a hearing. Both men are members of the Penns Grove New Jersey Police Department. On Tuesday, police said officers were called to the Holiday Inn Express o Cypress Gardens Boulevard at 11:15 p. m When they arrived, they found Sgt. Patrick Riley, 45, on an outside bench bleeding from injuries to his face and head. According to Riley, he met Moore, 42, earlier in the evening, and they visited a local establishment where Moore reportedly became extremely intoxicated. After returning to Riley's Hotel, he reportedly told Moore he was in no shape to drive, so he could stay in the room until morning. An altercation occurred and Moore allegedly attacked Riley, hitting him several times with a lamp. Riley received several injuries to his head and face, and was treat ed and released at a local hos pital. Moore was arrested for aggravated battery, and the Penns Grove Police Depart ment has been made aware of the incident. Susllct Sought In Dog's Shoodng .The Hillsborough County Sheriff' s Office received a anonymous call last month about three shots fired ad a dog possibly buried I the back yard of a vacant home in Clair Mel. When deputies arrived at the home in the 3200 block of Deerffeld Drive, they found a 2-year-old pit bull buried up to its nose. An Animal Services Control Officer used her hands to dig the dog out. The dog had been shot twice and was bleeding. The dog, given the name Phoebe by the officer, is recovering and investigators are asking for help in finding the person who shot the dog. The dog had been shot once over the left eye and a second time near her right eye, deputies said. Man Arrested In Roundup Wants Clarincation 01 His Arrest Win Hutchinson was among the group of people arrested in the Clair Mel area in a big roundup by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office last Friday. Hutchinson, 26, admits he was but he said it appears to some that he was a part of some big conspiracy or crime wave ill the area. "I was charged with improper confinement, cruelty to ani mals, and being in possession of fighting dogs. "There were some things that happened during my arrest I was accused of, and I want it known I am not the owner of the dog." Authorities lule Death SUSPICIOUS POLK COUNY The Polk County Sheri(f's Office is investigating the death of a 21-year-old man. After receiving a call, deputies found Jose Santos Sunday afternoon in an orange grove in the area of Minute Maid Ramp Road 1 near Belvoir Drive in Davenport. Santos had last been seen in the early hours of November 7th, deputies said. 12 Arrested In Pinellas Countv Roundup PINELLAS COUNTYPinellas County Sheriff's deputies have reported the arrest of 12 of 44 suspects in the Lealman area as part of a 4-month investigation. The suspects were arrested on several drug charges rang ing from sale and possession of illegal drugs like cocairie, as well as sale, possession ad trafficking in several commonly abused prescription drugs such as oxycodone and hydromorphone. ArreSted and charged in the roundup were: Frank Bomba, 22; Deborah Bomba, 56; Nancy Cobb, 53; Craig Coleman, 53; Kathy Dixon, 51; Ashley CRAIG Duff, 23; Robert Hanssen, 39; Nancy Manfredonia, 55,; Elizabeth Stenov, 31; Peggy Thompson, 57; Christopher Trommater, 25 and Suzanne Vizenor, 36. Man Found In Crashed Car With Fatal Gunshot Wound LAKELAND -Lakeland Police report that a 26-year old man was shot to death ad found inside a car that had crashed in the 1500 block of Providence Road late Sunday. The body of Christopher Campbell was reportedly in the driver's seat of a vehicle he had borrowed to meet an unknown person, police said. ,.. :::u i5 z 0 < m 31: m m :::u ,.. I'"'" 0 :::u i5 )> C/) m z m I'"'" m c I'"'" I'"'" !!l z 'tJ Police were called at 11 p. m. C Sunday about hearing shots in the 1200 block of Wright Drive. When they arrived, they found the crashed vehi cle. No one in the neighbor hood said they witnessed the shooting. 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TampalaJ's Next Biggest Star Tampa Bay s Next Biggest Star event was held at the Wilbert Davis Boys and Girls Club on october 27, 2012. Sponsors were Be lieving and Receiving Center (James Harrell, founder) and Trinity #164 Order of Eastern Stars. Star Divas Step Team was the first place winner of $500 and a trophy. The second place winner, Tionna received $150 and a tro phy; while the third place winner of $50 and a trophy was the Soul Steppers. (Photos by BRUNSON) The J-Rock Staff included Danielle, J-Roc and Lancie Harris, who are shown with comedian Peacock, who was the special guest. September Brown, Tamara Moore and Oletha Jones attended the 'Next Biggest Star" event. Cheer Maximum performed during halftime. Alveeta Berkhall and Lil DJ were at the talent show. Erika Casteel and Dajah Morgan attended the talent show. King High School Rovaltv Crowned It Homecoming Ceremonv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month during their Homecoming Ce lebration, King High School crowned their King and Queen. The event took place on Oc tober 6th. Ms. Crystal Conway, 17, was crowned Homecoming Queen. She is the daughter of Ms. Joan Conway, and granddaughter of Mrs. Dessie Lee Burnett. Crystal is also the niece of Ralph and Betty Johnson. Crystal is a senior and plans to attend Bethune-Cookman University as a Nursing Major Crystal is a member of AVID (Advanced Via Individual Determination), the Legacy Club, and Ladies In Essence Club. Michael Actable is also a senior at King High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Omroy (Sophia Miller) Actable. Michael, 17, plans to attend Florida State University where he will major in Biochem istry His goal is to become an Anesthesiolo gist. An honor student, Michael enjoys sports, designing clothes, and using photoshop. He also spends much of his time as a volunteer. He is the President of Future Fashions of America and an AVID Board member. KING MICHAEL ACTABLE AND QUEEN CRYSTAL CONWAY Second Annual United In Faith Event To Understand Bone Marrow Event Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several organizations will join forces to bring awareness to the Second Annual Bone Marrow Awareness Month Event. Moffitt Cancer Cen ter's M-POWER (Moffitt Pro gram for Outreach Wellness Education & Resources) will host the event. It will take place at Bible-Based Fellow ship of Temple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th Street, from 8:45 a.m., until12 o'clock p.m. The other organizations taking part in the event in clude Bible-Based Fellowship Church, Dr. Earl Mason, pastor; Ms. Ethel Grimsley, founder and president of Faith Hope And Determina tion, Inc.; and New Millen nium Community Church. Rev. Roosevelt Hanna, Chaplain at Moffitt Cancer Center; Ms. Grimsley, and representatives from Moffitt's Blood and Marrow Transplant Depart ment will be on hand. Ms. Grimsley said the event is free and open to the public. Through the partner ship, the organizations are trying to get the word out about the need for bone mar row donors. Prior to joining forces with the other organizations, Ms. Grimsley has held sev eral bone marrow drives in the past five years MS. ETHEL GRIMSLEY .. Founder of Faith Hope And Determination, Inc. Those attending the event will have the opportunity to learn about bone marrow; what it looks like; what a bone marrow transplant con sists of; what diseases affect the bone marrow; and why some people require bone marrow transplants. Ms. Grimsley began un derstanding the need for bone marrow donations after her son, the late Joseph Grimsley, was stricken with a form of Leukemia or AML. Ms. Grimsley began holding bone marrow drives to help her son after he was diagnosed with the disease on August 29, 2006. Joseph, the youngest of her two sons, died at the age of 35, on August 19, 2007. It was at that time, that Ms. Grimsley decided to continue to raise awareness. African Americans are the most under-represented on bone marrow transplant lists. She founded the not-for profit organization, Faith Hope And Determination, Inc., in memory of her son. The mission of the organiza tion she said is "To help save lives by increasing awareness in the minority community about the urgent need for new bone marrow and stem cell donors." The Bone Marrow Reg istry Staff will also be avail able. Refreshment will be served. Anyone wishing to obtain more information may call (813) 745 4306 ; or email Ms. Venessa. Rivera at tt nessa.Rivera @ moffitt org

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Nr---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------i Feature : Tampa Native Fllnlls Dream If Becoming I Spons Broadcaster ID BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer > Tiffany Greene said she >;' can't remember a time in her life when she wasn't in a: terested in sports. Through &L out her high school career at Hillsborough High School, and college career at Florida A&M University, she has been involved in athletics. "When I graduated from college, all I thought about was getting into sports broadcasting. I think I was ust born with the gene, and I enjoy competition and ded ication. I also love telling sto ries outside of the pressure and competition involved in winning. This allows me to get more exposure to the sports world." Ms. Green said within two months of graduating >from college, she secured a job as a production assistant. a: This has truly been a LL journey for me, and I credit Brent Solomon with get <( c en w ::::: .... w > w c w ::1: en :::i ID ::::: Q. z tu ..I ..I ::::: ID ..I w z t= z w en <( c a: g &L ting me my true on-air start. Our families were always close, and he was very en couraging to me. "He called me in Decem ber 2003 about an opportu nity in Savannah, Georgia, and that's where I got my start. I knew it was Brent's recommendation that got me the job. Ms. Greene said of all the women involved in sports broadcasting, she ad mires Robin Roberts the most. I am proud of how she was able to get into a male dominated field, and make a name for herself I was al ways impressed by her, and I got a chance to meet her a couple of years ago. I found her to be the same special person I admired and we stay in touch with each other today. Ms. Greene said to be successful as a sports jour nalist, you have to be honest, fair assertive accurate and Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UMION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Ch-.pter 7 ($500 a. Up) 220 E Madison Ste. #1110 Tampa, FL 33602 www.fordlawfmn org (813) 223-1200 real. "As long as you find a way to humanize each story, you will make the average sports fan and non-sports fan be as interested in what you're doing. "My goal is to make it to the national stage. I've done some sideline reporting for ESPN3, and I hope to de velop that on a more perma nent basis. I'd also like to do play-by-play because that's an area where women are still underrepresented." Ms. Greene said she would not be where she is today without the support of her parents, Dayle and Patsy Greene, and the rest of her family. "My dad helped build my foundation and kept me mo tivated as I grew up. My mom deserves the same credit, and she cares a lot about how I should look on the air People see y ou, and she is aware of that. She 's m y personal stylist and I get a lot of praise about my ap pearance. I just want to make them all proud." Ms. Greene said she s a believer in saying she is blessed to know what her TIFFANY GREENE passion is, and she encour ages others to find what their passion is. "When they find it, I want them to go for it. I live m y dream every day and you couldn t ask for much more than that. BLlCKLAWFIRM Accidents Injury Criminal DUI Helping the Hurttlg 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE.

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Feature Businessman Gets linoritv Goal Set For Solid Waste comract ; 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When professional consulting engineer, Joe Robinson, read about a $50 million annual contract over a 7-year period for Solid Waste, he immediately wanted to know what opportunities existed for minority and small busi nesses. The Residential and Com mercial Solid Waste Collec tion Services Project was out for bids, and Robinson wanted to know if the invita tion bid was reviewed for the minority or small business enterprise goal. According to Hillsborough County Minor ity Business Enterprise rules, they must achieve an almual goal of 10% for the purchase of contractual se).Vices that are competitively awarded. When Robinson inquired whether that had happened with this contract, he was told goals are only estab lished on a project-by-project basis for construction projFood Baskets JOE .ROBINSON ects. "Not only did I find that unacceptable, it wasn' t accu rate, and if applied the way it had been before my intervention, it would have been straight exclusion." Robinson filed a complaint, requesting this proj ect's bidding process be made a minority business goal. "After going back and forth, and reviewing the county's procedure and policy first Tee 11 Deliver Free Turllev Dinners On Tuesday, November 2oth, First Tee of Tampa Bay will be delivering a total of 75 full turkey dinners to five different public housing complexes. Each complex will get 15 dinners. Community Resource Coordinator, Lionel Ballard, said the Tampa Housing Authority will designate the recipients of the free dinners. The selected public housing complexes are the C. Blythe Andrews Complex, North Boulevard Homes, the Oaks of Riverview, The Arbors at Padgett Estates, and Robles Park. *Ali PRO I&ERRAL "WHERE THE PROS ARE" res That You $1-, FOR LOST WAGES lneurance Ne4MielcQ COMMISSIONER LESMILLER. to show them how they were in violation they finally agreed to include the minor ity goal of 10%. There's no way a contract this big shouldn't be made available for minorities and small businesses, especially for several years. "I see this as an attempt to shut out minority and small businesses, and you have to ask yourself how long this has been going on." County Commissioner, Les Miller, said the bids did initially go out without a minority business <;omponent, but that has been changed. "I brought it to the atten tion of my colleagues, because I don't understand why it COUNIY ADMI:NISTRA.TOR MIKE MERRILL wasn t in place. Originally, the minority component was specifically used only on con struction. "What we did was to go back to see what could be done, and put together a com: ponent where minority par ticipation would be a part of it." Comm. Miller said right now, the minority goal for participation is 10%, but he expects that figure to rise as the contract period goes. "With a contract this size, I felt some changes needed to be made. It is a service con tract, but there has to be a way minority businesses can get a piece of the contract. "I don't know why there is BECAUSE oj--cc i no minority business partici-< m pation on service contracts, 3e and as we revamp the Minora:1 ity Business Enterprise program, I expect that to change .... This is a very lucrative con tract; and it should be .,u."a'-. around. There are a lot things that need to be changed with our MBE Pro gram." County Administrator, Mike Merrill, said the change was made about three weeks ago. "We put in an addendum in the contract for bidders to reach a 10% goal with their subcontractors. "When it comes to whether bids are for con. struction or services, the dif ference is in the terms of the nature of the contract itself. It will specifically outline what is needed. 'This kind of long term contract makes it difficult when it comes to pricing. We did come up with a solution, 0 and this isn't a rare occurrenee at all )lo Asked if they could do a en better job when it comes to !J1 the County's MBE Program, :::! Merrill said they just need to make sure it is applied where r appropri_ate. r r m :::!

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N -------------------------------------------------------------------------,.... a: w m :!: w 50th Binhdav Celebration Honors local Anornev Mrs. Marlina McClure hosted a soth birthday bash for > her husband on Saturda y October 27, 2012. The event was held at the West Tampa Letter Carriers Hall. Family and >friends were on hand to wish him a blessed so more years C( (Photographs by BRUNSON) 0 LL. \. ..J w z i= z w (/) c( c a: The honoree and his wife, Atty. Fred and Mrs. (Marlina) McClure. Gentlemen in attendance were: Atty. Lance Scrivens, Eric Brown and Curtis Stokes. THE W.I.G.G. CENTER 2705 N 22ND ST. UNIT 8 TAMPA fl 33605 RELAXERS -----------$39.99 & UP SEW-INS -----------.. $49.99 & UP WASH & SET $14 .99 & UP j KID STYLES $12.99 & UP _/ BLOW OUT ----$12.99 & UP "J.Hus n.. ._,-BRAIDED STYLES -----$24.99 & UP Walk-ins Welcome Guests at the birthday bash included Sam Hunter and Ruby Brown. Burrell and Philippa Ellis were at the soth birthday party for Atty. Fred McClure. Sisters enjoying a moment together: Marlina McClure and Sonjia Little. Mr. and Mrs. Dayle (Patsy) Greene were among the guests Bill Parker and Bob Monroe at the Letter Carriers Hall for the birthday party. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. (Margarette) Spears were also among the guests. Lisa Taylor and Jackie Darden made sure they had loads of fun. Ladies in attendance were: Phyllis Lee, Joan Dawson, Ruby Brown and Evelyn Bethune. These guests are: Dr. Kevin and Mrs. (Atty. Julie) Sneed, left, and Atty. and Mrs. Lance (Judge Mary) Scrivens. From left, Mikki Chambers Fis h er, Bob Monroe, Marlina McClure and Patricia Miles. From left to right are: Dr. Kevin B. Sneed, Dr. Lee Green, Colin Forde and Sidney Morgan at the 50th birthday celebration honoring Atty. Fred McClure.

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Loca -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Thousands Anand woman's Contaranca Thousands attended the Women's Conference at the Tampa Bay Times Forum to hear Televangelist Joyce Meyer. She was in town October 25-27, 2012. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Prophetess Sheryl Quinn and Lisa Davis attended the conference. Stephanie Murray and Jessica Dasaier were there to hear the evangelist. Ordination Senice Ordination Service for Deacon Curley Wilson was held at Christ of Calvary Church. In attendance were: Booker T. Wilson, Laura Williams, Rosita Bak,er, Tyrone Wilson, Deacon Curley r and Rowena Wilson and Charlie and Judy Williams. (Photo by Julia Jackson) The casualties of street warfare extend to the children left behind We want to stop the cycle of hate with purposeful acts of LOVE. CALL LOST A PARENT TOSTREETVIOLENCE OVER PAST SYEARSFORTOYGIVEWAY. ALL ARE WELCOME. GENERAL REGISTRAnON CALL:813 642-7223 Fruit of Glory Ministries will hold its Annual Christmas Outreach called "Whose Birthday is it anyway?" The event will take place on Saturday, December 22, 2012 @ G's Place 3040 W. Cypress St. Tampa Fl33609 CHRISTMAS BUFFET GREAT DOOR PRIZES & GRAND CASH PRIZE GIVEAWAY! Toys and other gifts will be distributed to hundreds of children and families, with one motive in mind; LOVE, the first step toward PEACE. c )> en m z :! z m r IJJ c r r m -4 z "U c: IJJ r c;; ::z:: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c

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a: w m :::E w z >-' llinistrv After A Stor11 1&. The lesson for this week is a continuation of Paul's jour ney to Rome to be tried be fore Caesar. This week's focus of Acts 28:1-10 high lights Paul's ministry to the people on the island Malta. What makes this an inter esting story is how Paul had to overcome the mispercep tion of the people on the is land before being able to be used by God to minister to them. After escaping storm and being shipwrecked the people landed on the island called M;alta (vs. 1). The them. They landed there be cause it was the will of God When you come out of a storm or a difficulty of life God will place you where He wants you. Where you end up is not by accident, it is by divine appointment. Although Paul and the others were strangers to the natives of the land, the peo ple treated them with kind ness and cared for them considering what they had been through and currenf weathe r eond i tions (vs. 2). When you are i n the place God wants you to be, you will find favor with people people on board the ship Q landed in a place they did not know, it was new to 1&. even when you are a stranger. God can let you find hospitality among peo-Q z c( Q en w ;:) tw > w Q w % en ::::i m ;:) D. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z t= z w en 0 ..J 1&. .. SERVICE nMES Sunday School 10 A. M. Moming Service 11 :30 A. M. Evening Set-vice-7:30 P. M. ,. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening--Bible Band7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening YPINVV7:30 P. M. 1st And 3rd FridaY. Eveni WOJnen's OutreaCh 7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and SpruceSt) P .O. Box 4724 Tampa T. Kllldand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30AM MORNING WORStiP 11 A. M ...-----=,.....-----. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-lord's TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: w A; ple you might least expect it from. The people built a fire for those shipwrecked to make them warm. Paul gathered some firewood and placed it on the fire. As a result of the heat a snake came from the midst of some wood and bit Paul on the hand (vs. 3). Paul has just survived a ter rible storm and barely sur vived being shipwrecked. But in spite of all he had been through, he still felt it necessary to contribute to the kind hospitality being shown to them. A lesson for the church to learn is that regardless of what you have been through and have come out of, you can still contribute to the kindness others are trying to show y ou. Do not use your past experience as an excuse to not contribute to your own recovery. While doing good, a snake reached out and bit Paul. Al ways keep in mind that even when yDur task seems simSunday School-9 :45a. m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worshi p -5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday7 :30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! GRACE lillY sSIOIARY BAPTIST CHURCH 901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3779 ple and your intentions are good, evil is always present and lurking. The people had their own interpretation of Paul being bitten; they thought he was evil and a murderer; and although he escaped the sea, the snake would serve him justice (vs. 4). This lets you know that no matter what good people can see you do, when disaster or trouble come, they might think that you are being pun ished for sometping by God. What they may not under stand what you always have to remember is God may be getting ready to manifest something great in you. People do not always know your past or from whence you come. They do just as these people did, speculate." After he shook off the snake (vs. s), the people waited for him to swell up or just drop dead (vs. 6). When people don t know the purpose or calling on your amsr- UIJI. ...... Il.T-.R.J*' l1111221-1life, they will not understand why you survive some of the tragedies in your life It may be that they have seen others get bitten or go through the same thing you are in and have a different outcome. Maybe if others had to go through whatyou are going through, they might give up, give in, and die. But like Paul, God lets you shake it off. When they saw that he was not going to die, they thought he was a god (vs. 6). Isn t that a change of perception? Sometimes you don t ha:ye to explain anything to people; just keep on working and living. Surviving what he did just gave opportunity for him to do greater ministry. Surviv ing the storms, shipwrecks, and snake bites of your life will provide opportunities to do greater ministry Because he survived, Paul was able to lay hands on many and they were healed of their sick nesses (vs. 8). What will you do after your survival? -.... t111a. ........ ,..1_, ... ___ ,_r llftlct, TIIS-I ... ..... ... ........ .,.... 1 ...... = ---- __ ...... 11.14:11 BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) ... : 9 A.M. '-----'---'-----BISHOP IIAmEW WILLIAMS P"astor "A a.ab WIIMI'IIle l.ole Of Sod Flows Alld '1111 Holylllolt II In Ful Coilbol."

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F rogress Village News November Birthdays Happy birthday to the November celebrants: Lekeisha Pittman, Amber Smith, J'nai Pittman, Michael Pas coe, Recla Hester, Lydia McNeal, Troy Thomas, Ralph Williams, Jr., Darrell "DJ" London, Rrecia Henry, Katina Henderson, Shermon dre Barnum and Angela Tillman. Happy birthday is ex tended to a very special lady on October 20, 2012. Di anna Inmon celebrated her natal day with family and friends. What a joyful day it was. May the Lord bless you with many, many more birthdays. Other November celebrants are: Minnie Pearl Napper, Mary Mattox, Le'tesha Ousley, -Mau-rice Threatts, Ondria Pressley Bryant, Juanita Killins Bryant, Charlie Clark, and Lawanna James. Auntie Gloria Crosby is sending birthday wishes to family members: Terrie Tiller, Darron Monroe, Zacery Simmons, and Joseph Simmons, Sr. She wishes you all much love and many more birthdays! A very special birthday wish is sent to little Miss Kenneathia "Ke-Ke" Wilson. She will celebrate her 9th on November 19. She will share her big day with grandmother, Mrs. Willie Best Graham. We are ask ing for traveling grace for them. Happy birthday is ex tended to a special grand dad, Robert "Bob" Smith, whose special day is Novem ber. As you celebrate anST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue,TaJll)a. FL (
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Terriers Shut Out Haw s On October 18th, the >Hillsborough High School C( Terriers hosted the g Armwood High School ff: Hawks at Chela Huerta Seniors night. Kicker Chris Sato's first quarter field goal and a strong defense is what it took to put away a highly favored Hawk Team. Q a: u.. Q z c( Q C/) w :') t Field. This was a special night for the Terriers because they were able to shut out the Hawks 3-0 on (Photography by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Patricia Smith, Nicholas Smith, (#2), AI Smith, are having a great time. > Betty Green, Tanquitta Duberry, Jeremiah Green, (#3), a: Dyrell Brown and Shawnte Hobdy attended the game. Jeremiah knew he would have play well if the Terriers were W towin. Q w % f/) :::::i m Terry Hatfield, Taylor Hatfield, Yvette Hatfield, and Teryn Hatfield were very proud of their daughter and ready for the nextstep. Prnentecl By Thul'8day Coming In December 745 Inviting Fugitive Guest Star Wedneaday The Ealgle, Owner Of All The Land Am I My Brother' a Keeper? 1012 Talking about GOD and Hla SON JESUS CHRIST: Can you aay for sure 100% 1t1at you knoW GOD and His Son, JESUS CHRIST the you knoW your mother and father? How often do you prey or rud the Bible? How IMOY hou,. of the day do you give to GOD out of the 2<4-hour day? Do you love GOD and His Son, JESUS CHRIST with all you helrt? Do you knoW the _..lng of 886? Do you knoW 1t1at Hell Ia nllll and Heaven Ia a'-o reel? Do you knoW 1llllt we ale c:hurctl and not the building? Do you knoW 1tlat c:hurc:Ma .,. big bu.._? Will you leave your aa1vat1on In the hand of your pastor or prielt? Can your pastor or print you tmo the kingdom o1 GOD? Will you forgive your brother hla trMpMa 70 tiiMa 7? Do you love your neighbOr .. youreetr? 1 am )uat warming up. I have men to tell you about GOD, JE8U8 and the CHURCH. Thanks for your time. BENEDICT B. FLAHN Wealey Chapel, Rorlda, USA Jay Kelon Hosey, who wears #5, and his family came out to support on Senior night. Bryan Hammond, (#19), and Barbara Hammond are ready for some good foot ball. Lindsay Bass, Contessa Dorsey, Daltray Freelove, (#56) Jennell Wilcox, and Herbert Bass were happy to be with fami ly, friends and teammates. The Terriers walk away with a a-o win over the Armwood Hawks. JOHNNY L JONES IN AS TO 1WO GREAT LEADERS, PASTORS AFTER GOD'S HEART II"' THEME: PECULIAR AND HIGHLY FAVORED EXODUS 33:12-17 LIGHT OF THE WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH 4701 N. 15TH ST-TAMPA, fL 33610 EVANGIPROPHETESS RUTH IE M. JONES (7:30 PM NIGHTLY-SATURDAY 17TH 6:00 PM18TH 11:00 AM) 1 luesNov 13: MINISTER PATRICIA SMITH Glorious Church of God with Deliverance Tampa, FL Wed Nov 14: APOSTLE J.L WIGGS The Peoples Churdl of Deliverance Sarasota,FL .lbunNov 15: APOSRE W.C. Fri -Nov 16: BISHOP W.L. LEE. New Smyrna Full Gospel Cathedral Tampa,FL SatNov 17: PASTOR MARY C. BROWN New Hope Holiness Church, Inc. Jacksonville & Reddick FL By the Word of Faith Church-St. Pete, FL Sun-Nov 18: PASTOR VERNELL JOHNSON PASTOR DARRYL MATTHEWS Light of the World #2 St. Mark MB O.urch -Tampa, FL West Palm Bch, FL For MOre Information / Contact (813)234-9115 '--,-. .,. .....

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Local NFl YET Center Host ChampionshiP Games Last month, the NFL YET Center the United Football League hosted a series of youth championship games. The winners of the games will play November 16 -18 in Ocala. DJ M. D., of Mt Entertainment, Lisa Meggett and Zarah, z oz, of Earth Tribe Intervention, Inc., provided the music for the games. I Theme: Deut. 2:3 Where do we go from heret The memben of Christlike lnreach Outreach Wonhip Center extend to you an Invitation to join us In showins appreciation to .,..r Charles Patrick for his labor of love In our community. Date: November 18, 2012 0 5:00 P.M. Where: The Connection Church 2910 Orient Road Tampa, FL 33619 Event Coordinator Deacon Jeff o Christlike Min 813-802-0389 Dexter Bryant, SR from Young Lions team, showed off his pink bag in support of Breast cancer month. join rus On Sunday, November 18, 2012 1 0 A. M. & 3 P. M. Services c 3 P. M. Keynote Messenger THE RIGHT REVEREND A. J. RICHARDSON, JR. Bishop, 11th Episcopal District, African Methodist Episcopal Church Theme: "Celebrating 98 YeatS: Committed and to Continue our Journey FORWARD!

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President Obama Watch Panv Crowd Len Cheering Victorv On the night of Tuesday, iE November 6th, the owners of LL. Caldonia' s Barbecue, Mr. Arthur Roby and his daughter, Cheryl Jackson, had the restaurant ready for the crowd who came for the Obama Watch Party. Ms. Jackson and her father were gracious hosts and prepared and served great food for the crowd. They also provided a pair of big screen televisions so those in attendance could watch the returns. (PHOTOS BY JUUA JACKSON) Tampa Police Officer, Orlando Gudes poses with Mr. Caldonia himself, 92-year-old Mr. ArthUJ' Roby, who said he was bleaed to see Praldent Obama win another term. Beverly Grant shows off her President Obama sneakers. The DJ for the evening was Jackie Hearns. Festes was so happy, he had to. dance Mr. Youngblood was out side mJdng 8Ul'e the crowd had a place to park. Reginia Cushnie and Bonita Newell were all smiles as they listened to the retUJ"ns coming in. Swiyyah Muhammad drove from St. PetersbUJ"g to be a part of the crowd at Caldonia's. Nyela Olachi Hope couldn't hold back her enthusiasm. Sisters, Cubie and Retha were at Caldonia' s for the party. Sarah Ousley was ready to start celebrating. A nervous Tonya Lewis anxiously watches the results coming in.

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Local Tusllagaallrllan Harban caner Dies At95 TUSKEGEE, AL --Retired Col. Herbert E. Carter, 95, died Thursday at East Alabama Medical Center. Col. Carter was a university alumnus and member of the original cadre of the 99th Fighter Squadron of the famed Tuskegee Airmen. He flew combat missions during the North African, Sicilian, Italian and European campaigns of World War II. Col. Carter earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1955 and a master's degree in education in 1969 from Tuskegee Institute. After his retirement from the United States Air Force, he served at Tuskegee as assistant dean for student services and associate dean for admissions and re cruiting tional Defense Medal, 'one Bronze Star and the Air Force Longevity Award five Oak Leaf Clusters. Col. Carter was married for more than 60 years to Mil. dred L. Hemmons Carter, a pilot who was also counted among the Tuskegee Airmen Mildred Carter died in October 2011. Funeral services for Col. CaiiPIIIn Volunteers Celebrate President Oballa's llctorv """":E!:"""':::::::;:::::;=""'"1 Shown standing, left to right: Laure Brainerd (Regional Field Director); Fran Tate (Grant Park Team Leader); Tawanda Mythes, Carol Owens; Nate McGriff, Carlos Flores (Field Organizer), Nicole Higgins, Yvonne Epps. Seated: Evangeline Best, and Desmond Key (owner ofD&B Barbershop). Not shown is Diane Campbell. Col. Carter was one of several original Tuskegee Air men who returned to Tuskegee University to celebrate the film premiere of "Red Tails" in January. "Red Tails" portrayed the experience of the airmen during World War II Among Col. Carter presti gious military decorations are the Air Medal, four Clusters, Air Force Commendation Medal, Distinguished Unit Citation, European Theater Medal, five Bronze Stars, N.aCarter were held Thursday at Tuskegee University Chapel. In lieu of flowers and cards, donations can be made to the Herbert E. Carter and Mildred Carter Scholarship Fund, C/0 Tuskegee Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc, P. 0. Box 609; Tuskegee, AL 36087, or Saint Andrews at St. Andrews Epis copal Church P. 0 Box 1213, Tuskegee Institute, AL 36087. The Hillsborough County Democratic Party hosted a "Volunteers Appreciation Cel ebration" at the Ybor Cam paign location, where hundreds of volunteers met, and hugged each other in celebration of President Obama's reelection All of the volunteers shared a great time together. The Grant Park Obama team was housed at the D&B Barbershop on 50th Street and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. It was one of the many grassroot locations used to reach out to people of all di versity. Among the dedicated workers were Gwen Hewitt, Angie Tillman, Dwane Whitefield, Greg Suttle, "TT Nate MeG rift, Nicole HigI) gins, Lucinda Mitchell, :!! Yvonne Epps, Ceotha and c Vernita Booth, City Coun)o cilwoman Mary Mulhern, Regina VIrgil, Stevie Barney, Sbaikba Al-Wehabi, Z Crystal Judkins, Teresa m Mosley,. Carol Owens, and r Reem Al-Derham. m The way garbage, .recyclables and yard wasce are collected in unincorporated Hillsborough County could be changing in October 2013. The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioncts wants to know what think about the new garbage c:Ollectioo options Hillsborough County Invites You to As the current solid wasce contracts are almost 15 years old, Hillsborough County has asked f bids oo four rollectioo service options f garbage .recyclables. and yard waste. These service options include: Option 1#1: This is the same as current service household garbage to be collected two days a week in customer-provided containers; customers to sort recyclables into green and blue bins for collection ooce a week; and yard waste to be collected once a week in customer-provided containers and/or bundles. This may be referred to as Manual Collection Serv ice. Option #1.: household garbage to be collected twice a week in haUler-provided roll carts ; recyclables to be c<>Uected once per week in hauler-provided roll carts; and yard waste to be collected ooce a week in customer provided containers and/or bundles This may be referred to as 2 1 1 Automated Collection Service Optioa 1#3: household garbage to be collected once a week in hauler-provided roll carts; .recyclables to be collected ooce a week in hauler provided roll carts; and yard waste to be collected once a week in customer provided containers and/or bundles. This may be referred to as 1-1-1 Automated Collection Service. OptioD. 114: household garbage to be collected once a week in hauler-provided roll carts; .recyclables to be collected every other week i n hauler-provided roll carts, and yard waste to be collected ooce a week: in customer provided containers and/ or bundles This may be referred to as 1 Automated Collected Service Res idents pay fOt gaibage, rccyclables and yard waste collection service through an annual non-ad valorem asscissment oo property tax bills This method of billing would remain the same fOt any of the new contract options There are many ways to let your voice be heard: VOice your thoughts oo our blog at www .HillsboroughCounty .org/TalkTrasb Send an email to talktrash@HillsboroughCounty.org Text Ot call to leave a message at 813-704-0181. Call in to the TeleTown Hall oo Thursday. Nov. 29. Participate in the pbone survey. if you are caDed. Attend one of five public meetings listed to the right. Each public meeting will also be broadcast live over the internet, so residents who can't attend in person may log in and comment through live chat. Each public meeting's video will then be posted. oo the Talk Trash webpage. The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will take public comments service options and their prices into oonsideratioo in a Board workshop oo Jan. 10,2013, befOI'C awarding service contracts More Information and details are available on the Talk Trash webpage at www.HUisboroughCounty.org/TalkTrash. Public Meetings c: r r-gJ z ., c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m tii -f c: m en c ?< )o z c "TT :!! c

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16 Controlling High Blood Pressure Sualghten pi How Bad Posture Huns You Health High blood pressure is sometimes called the 'silent killer because it has no symptoms, except in cases. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to get your high blood pressure under control. These include: Eat Healthfully To help keep blood pres e sure down, make sure your diet includes plenty of: Fruits and vegetables Whole grains High-fiber foods Lean meats Fat-free or low-fat dairy foods Fish conta ining omega-3. such as salmon, trout and herring Heart-healthy antioxidants Maintain A Healthy Weight The Surgeon General rec ommends that adults engage in moderate physical activi ties for at least 30 minutes on most days of the week. These activities can in clude: Can be performed in episodes of at least 10 min utes, and can be spread throughout the week. Include flexibility and stretching exercises incl ude muscle strength ening activity at least two days each week. Don't Smoke Smoking damages blood vessels and speeds up the hardening of the arteries, makipg it a major risk for heart disease and stroke. If you've been diagnosed with high blood pressure, don't waif to get it under control. Now that you know what to do, take action now so you can have a healthier future. Not standing and sitting up straight can set you up for some surprising health prob lems. It Hurts Your Life Ex pectancy. People who sat the most more than doubled their risk of developing diabetes and had a 14 7 % increase in their risk for cardiovascular disease, even if they exercised. The Fix: Stand up from chair without using your arms and sit down in a smooth and controlled motion. Doing this simple move can keep your lower body muscles strong. It hurts your circulation. Prolonged sitting, espe cially with your legs crossed, can cut off the flow, increase pressure and even cause spider veins. The Fix: To get blood flow ing to your lower body, stand up and find your best posture (these tips can help you figure it out), then lift 1 leg up so your thigh is horizontal to the ground. Keep your standing leg locked (not hyperex tended) and hold for 5 strong breaths, pushing your breath ing down to your diaphragm. Repeat on the opposite side. It hurts your regularity. When you sit in a crunched position, your intestines are folded up, too. That can slow everything down." The Fix: Yoga and pilates are great exercises to strengthen your core and help get things moving. It hurts your mood. Peo. pie who slouch have a 10% de crease in testosterone and a 15% increase in cortisol. That translates into low self-confi dence and high stress. The Fix: Taking everyday cues a ringing phone, a stop light as reminders to take deep breaths to combat stress. Here's how to make sure you're breathing deeply. Rest your hand below your belly button; you should feel your belly expand as you inhale. As you exhale, you should feel your belly contract again and stress leave your body. It hurts your job. Slouching doesn't just hurt your attitude it can affect a:l how people see you. The Fix: To avoid being a _. slouch on the job, do this ex!It ercise at your desk: Lift the .. bottom of yqur ribcage an inch ..., or two off your hipbone, pulling your shoulder blades back and down. To make sure you maintain the position, pin a ribbon to the top and to bottom of your shirt and keep it taut for 10 minutes at a time. It hurts your happiness In a recent study, students were told to either walk down a hall in a slouched position or to skip. The slouchers re ported feelings of depression and lower energy than skip pers. Even our language this connection between good posture and emotional affect. 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FORWARD! On November 6, 2012, history was made once again when President Barack Obama was reelected as President of the United States of America. Shaw-Naif extends a huge thank you to who worked tireless hours in Polk County and abroad encouraging citizens to vote for President Obama. Your sacrifice and hard work helped to touch and encourage the vote of per sons who were expected to least likely be an active part of the 2012 election. You were a part of a C great mission work. One iX that resulted in the reelec lL tion of a man who has c z expressed and shown con<1: cern for all people. And thank you voters! C Let us pray that the will of m the Lord will be done in our country through the leader> ship of President Obama. a: God bless each of you, w > God bless President w Obama and his beautiful c w family, and God bless the J: United States of America. U) :::i FORWARD! FORWARD! r:D FORWARD! ;:) Q. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) Congratulations, Polk County's Lincoln Academy! r:D Congratulations, Evelyn irl Hollen, principal, staff, Z students and parents of i= Lincoln Avenue Academy! z W Recently, the Academy was 0 selected as one of seven Florida schools to receive a iX 2012 Blue Ribbon Schools g award! lL Since 1982, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, under the Department of Education, has recognized the most successful public and private elementary, middle and high schools in AmeriCa. This year 219 public schools, nationwide, were selected to be recognized and honored during the annual ceremony in Washington, DC on Nov. 12th. A school must rank among the highest in their state or demonstrate great gains in overall student achievement in both math and reading. The program recognizes public and prim vate elementary, middle and I high schools in one of two w areas of performance. CJ Lincoln Avenue Academy is an Exemplary High Performing school. Schools in this category must be among their state's highest performing schools. Their performance is mea sured by state assessments and national tests. Happy Anniversary AND MRS. CAROLINE IDRD DEACON RUEBEN ALLEN AND MRS. MAE ALLEN Shaw-Nuf Talk extends a special happy anniversary to the following very special couples, as they celebrate another year of Holy Matrimony: Earl and Sharon Haynes, of Tampa, Nov. 21st; Minister Gary and Caroline Hird, of Lake Wales, who will celebrate 15 years of marital bliss on Nov. 22nd; and to Deacon Ruben and Mae Allen, of Tampa, who will celebrate 33 years on Nov. 24th. May God continue to bless these unions! Happy Birthday To You Special happy bil'thday wishes are extended to: Larry Coleman, II, son in-law of yours truly, who will celebrate another year of life on Nov. 19th; Mother Chola Little, of Tampa. who will celebrate her birthday on Nov. 2oth; former Lakeland gentleman, Elisha Buford, III, and Lakeland lady, Chequise Johnson, who will both celebrate another natal day on Nov. 22nd; and St. Petersburg Lady, Karen Johnson, who will celebrate her special day on Nov. 25th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years of life! Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf extends heartfelt condolences to Curtis Logan, of Lakeland, and the family and friends of the 1ate Edna Brown, who recently passed away of ovarian cancer. She was 56. To her loved ones, be encouraged that earth hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. May the Lord continue to comfort and strengthen each of you. Holiday Break Students and Teachers of Polk County Schools will enjoy a holiday break, November 19th, through November 23rd. Enjoy! Classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 26th. Shaw-NufShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out is dedicated to extending wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving! to all of the readers of Shaw Nuf. It is the prayer of Shaw-Nufthat every day is one of thanksgiving for you and your families! May the blessings of the Lord be upon each of you. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings; family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an email to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 women 01 Power conference Held In lakeland On Fri., Sept. 21st and Sat., Sept. 22nd, the Imperial Swann Hotel in Lakeland, Florida was the host-site for a celebration of women. "The Women of Power In Motion," Dr. B. J. Relefourd, founder and CEO, hosted 'An Unceasing Harvest Continues" to encourage the women in Lakeland and surrounding areas. On Friday evening, the Women of Power (WOP) Opening Conference Service was facilitated by Dr. B. J. Relefourd. The speaker.of the evening was Evangelist Nedra Butler. The conference closed on Saturday afternoon with an awards Mother Frances Relefourd enjoyed the WOP Conference in Lakeland. Lena Smith Pickett, retired businesswoman, was honored to receive a WOP Timeless Treasures award. luncheon. Presentation of WOP awards were presented, by Dr. B. J., to WOP Honorees: Frances Relefourd and Prophetess Laura Wiggs; followed by presentations to WOP Timeless Treasures: Dr. Pamela White-Wilson Hughes, Mrs. Sonji ConeyWilliams, Ms. Vancilla G. Williams, Ms. Latha M. Speed, and Ms. Lena Pickett. Women of Power cannot be explained .. .it must be experienced! The power scripture of this movement is 'But ye shall receive power.' Acts 1:8. B. J. Relefourd prays for one of the women during the WOP Conference Tounya Mitchell attended the WOP Conference with her daughter and granddaughter. Dr. Pamela White-Wilson Hughes received a WOP Timeless Treasures award during the luncheon.

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Nationa ::a 6 w=i=-ls-on-, Presid.ent Ollorehousa Collage Women Were ObJects Dr. John Silvanus WilForeclose on WASHINGTON member," he said, adding son, Jr. has been named Several BliCk -The accused that it all blends together. the College's nth president. East Coast Thomas, 40, is expected .... The appointment follows a ChUrches_ Rapist says he to plead guilty this month for SA rigorous, nationwide search doesn't know why the Halloween abduction of conducted with professional A group of Los Angeles he couldn't stop three women in 2009 in i\) recruitment firm Heidrick & pastors are protesting the attacking women Prince William County and a Struggles. The search was foreelosure proceedings on a for nearly two Loudoun County rape in launched following the Jan-number of churches, to be decades 2001. He faces the DR. JOHN SILVANUS WILSON, JR. uary 2012 announcement executed by a Black-owned "They were objects," of several life terms in that Dr. Robert M. bank that was created to Aaron Thomas said in a prison. Franklin would be transiserve a once-segregated series of telephone inter-Thomas is the son of a tioning from his role as Black population. views from his jail cell in VirWashington police officer ATLANTA The More house College Board of Trustees ann'Ounced that president at the end of the Broadway Federal Bank ginia's Prince William who later committed suicide year. started in the 1940s to proCounty. "Whoever came Family members de-Divided States 01 America: 20 States Pauuon To Secede After Re-Eiacuon 01 Pres. Obama PRES. BARACK OBAMA Some people are really having a difficult time facing the reality of a Black president, so difficult in fact, citi zens from 20 states -and counting have filed peti tions at We The People on WhiteHouse.gov to be granted permission to leave the union. The people are from: Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan, Colorado, New Jersey, Montana, Missouri; North Dakota, Indiana, Ten nessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New York, Arkansas, and Oregon. According to the terms 9f participation for "We The People," as of October 3, 2011, petitions that meet the listed criteria become searchable on WhiteHouse.gov once-and if they reach 150 signa tures within 30 days. If that is accomplished, for President Obama to actively consider a petition, it must reach 25,000 signatures within the remainder of the same 30-day period. The White House reserves the right to change the time limit and number of signa tures required. Bottom line: While I do understand that many conservatives have an aversion to these little things called "facts," President Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States of America. They need to either deal with that or get a passport. 505 Ea.st Jackson St. Suite 1303 &.ntster's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 38'7 BANKRUPTCY Stop Fonaloo-& Cr Ilion...._..... REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW LAW OFFICE OF Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Oflke Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Prosecutor-Depuly Orief vide financial services to the d th b" b d bl d h own e street, an o ... sen e a trou e c ildhood Black community. It's awful. It's scary .... I don't that included a two-week The bank had over 12% of know why I couldn't just stay at a psychiatric facility in its loans and other assets in stop." Georgetown after setting a delinquency or foreclosure, Thomas said that he girl's hair on fire. and seven repossessed doesn't think he is crazy, but He later spent the first churches on its books." The that he knows something is three years of high school in bank can no longer take on wrong with him. an Upper Marlboro treatadditional church clients. "I did so much, I can't rement center. The church pastors have promised to stand up to the bank. 22BiackWar Veteran Graves To Be Restored Just a few years ago, two dozen Black war veterans' graves were hidden behind decades of weeds and trash in the Town of Rye until community members came together to clean the ceme tery up. Now a local New York or ganization is heading efforts to fully restore the town's only African-American cemetery and turn it into a site honoring the history of the people buried Building Community Bridges wants to preserve the graves of the 22 Black war veterans who saw combat in the Civil War, Span ish-American War and World War I and II, along with almost one hundred other African-American graves in the cemetery. The organization will research the history of the people buried there and install kiosks that provide that in formation to visitors. .Friend: Petraeus Began ADair After Taking CIA Job 0 a:! en m WASHINGTON Re tired Gen. David Petraeus began an affair with his bio grapher in 2011, two months after he became CIA director, a friend and former top aide said. The case has brewed an uproar in Congress over J"BI investigative tactics and the fact lawmakers weren't told soon enough about the probe rocking the intelligence and law enforcement world. Petraeus, resigned last week as the nation's head spy, and his family are said to be devastated over the af fair, especially his wife, Holly, who "is not exactly pleased right now," said Steve Boylan, a friend and former spokesman for Petraeus. Petraeus, 6o, quit last Friday after acknowledging the affair. He has been mar ried 38 years to Holly, with whom he has 2 adult chil dren, including a son who led an infantry platoon in Afghanistan as an Army lieu tenant. Paula Broadwell, 40, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy .and an Army Reserve offi-Gen. Petraeus .cer, is mar-and Paula J;; ried with 2 Broadwell -4 z young sons, and the co-author ., of "All In: The Education of c: General David Petraeus." m .Meanwhile, information c;; has emerged about a Florida ::Z:: woman who allegedly received harassing emails from m Broadwell which led federal investigators to discover Petraeus' sexual indiscre-4 tion with Broadwell. C: A senior U.S. military ofm ficial identified the second C woman as Jill Kelley, 37, who lives in Tampa, and :I> serves as an unpaid socialliaison to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, where the a:! military's Central Command g and Special Operations Com"" mand are located. 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N Q a: I.L Q z c( Q en w w [ij Q w ::z:: en :::::i liD z _, _, liD _, w z I= z w en C a: 0 _, I.L liD 0 N w Summons/Ryan Franklin JacksonWhlte, Attorneys At Law, A Professional Corporation, 40 North Center, Suite 200, Mesa, Arizona 85201, T: (480) 464-1111, F: (480) 464-5692, E-mail: centraldocket@jacksonwhltelaw.com, Attorneys for BMO Harris Bank N.A., By: Scott L. Potter, Bar No. 025157 In The Superior Court Of The State Of Arizona In And For The County Of Maricopa BMO Harris Bank N.A., as successor to M&l Marshall & llsley Bank, Plaintiff, Ryan Franklin, an Individual, Defendant. Case No.: CV2012-o94343 Summons The State Of Arizona To The Defendant: Ryan Frankl i n an individual. You Are Hereby Summoned and required to appear and defend, w i thin the t i me applicable, in this action in this Court If served within Arizona you shall appear and defend with i n twenty (20) days after the service of the Summons and Compla i nt upon you, exclusive of the day of service If served out of the State of Arizona--whether by direct service by registered or certified mail, or by publication--you shall appear and defend with i n thirty (30) days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Where process is served upon the Arizona Director of Insurance as an insurer's attorney to receive service of legal process against it in this state, the Insurer shall not be required to appear, answer or plead until expiration of 40 days after date of such service upon the Director. Service by registered or certified mail w i thout the State of Arizona is complete thirty (30) days after receipt of service. Service by publication is completed thirty (30) days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. Service upon the Arizona Motor Vehicle Superintendent is complete thirty (30) days after filing the Affidavit of Compliance and return receipt or Officer's Return. RCP 4, ARS Q-222 28-502, 28-503 You Are Hereby Notif i ed that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded i n the Complaint. You Are Cautioned that i n order to appear and defend you must file an Answer or proper response in writing w i th the Clerk of this Court, accompan i ed by the necessary filing fee, within the time required. You are required to serve a copy of any response upon the Pla i ntiff's attorney. RCP 10(d), ARS -311, RCP 5. The name, address and phone number of Pla i nt i ff's attorney is : Scott L. Potter, White P C., 40 N. Center Street, Suite 200 Mesa, AZ 85201 (480) 464 1111 Requests For Reasonable Accommodat i on For Persons With Disabil ities Must Be Made To The Division Assigned To The Case By Part i es At Least 3 Judicial Days In Advance Of A Schedu l ed Court Proceed i ng Signed And Sealed this date : Jun 20 2012 C l erk lsi Michael K. Jeanes Clerk By: Deputy Clerk /s/ S. Szakacs Deputy Clerk If You Want The Advise Of A Lawyer, You May Wish To Contact The Lawyer Referral Service At 602-257-4434 Or Online At www. l awyersf i nders org. LRS Is Sponsored By The Maricopa County Bar Associat i on A copy of this Summons and its accompanying Complai nt may be obtained by contacting counsel for the Plaintiff at the address shown on the Summons HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) for Qualifications Solicitation Number 12-411-Q50 Project Number 5985 13 Sealed qualif i cations for Commerc ial Real Estate Development Preliminary Planning and Design will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa Internat i onal Airport Offices located at 4160 George J. Bean Parkway Suite 2400 Administrative Building, Second Level Red Side, Tampa, Florida 33607 Solicitat i on documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport webs i te at www.tampaa i rport.com, Quick Links, Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on Wednesday November 21,2012. INVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to rece i ve sealed bids at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed bids are invited for the following: BID 112-16 CLEAR SPAN TENT STRUCTURE, BABE ZAHARIAS GOI,.F COURSE MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE: NOVEMBER 27, 2012 0 10AM AT BABE ZAHARIAS GOLF COURSE 11412 FOREST HILLS DRIVE, TAMPA, FL 33612 BID OPENING DATE/TIME/LOCATION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2012 0 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY OFFICE Bid packages will be available for distribution and pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Tuesday, November 13,2012 or online at www.tampasportsauthorlty.com. Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority by calling (813) 350-6500 Extension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularit i es, if any, and accept the bid which i n the judgment of the Authority, is determ i ned to be in i ts best interest. Dated at Tampa Florida this 5th Day of November 2012 /ss/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Community Recycling located at 3024 Sanchez Slrul, in the County of Hillsborough; in the City of Tampa. Florida 33605 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida Dated at Tampa. Florida, this 10Ul day of November. 2012. Sole Owner(s) James I. Smith Registration IG12000108996 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing C i ty of Tampa, in h i s office until : 2:30PM ON 11129112 ROOF EXHAUST FANS REPLACEMENT then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchas i ng Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351 ) It i s hereby made a part of thi s Invitation to B i d that the subm ission of any Bid in response to th i s advert i sed request shall constitute a B i d made under the same cond i t i ons for the same contract pr i ce and for the same effect i ve per i od as thi s B i d to all publ i c entities i n Hillsboroug h County Dated : 11/16/12 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO,FCCM Director of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS

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Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., December 3, 2012, at the Bo8rd Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management OePa.rtment, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to su bmit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendati<>r) of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen { 15) working days after the. conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92, unless additional evidence and/or ora l argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR TI1E GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional i nformation concern ing these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at {813) 276-2058. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 13-0018 GCN, (AS) filed on 10/9/2012 by Cigar City Brew Pub, represented by Kristin Tolbert, 52n Ehrlich Rd., Tampa FL 33624, ph. 813-908-9754, request in g a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP {Beer, wine & liquor for sale and consumption on and off the {pack8ge sales)). The property is 7,825 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (90.0119). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 27 Range 18 or 15491 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Petition SU 13-0071 BR, (AB) filed on 10/31/2012 by Winbran, represented by Todd Pressman, P. 0. Box 6015 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 ph 727-804-1760, requesting a distance separation wavier for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 3-PS (Beer, wine & liquor to be sold in sealed conta i ners only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)). The property is 7,103 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PO (81.0234). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 29 Range 20 or 701 W. Lumsden Rd., suite 735-747 {Oak Park Plaza) REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 13-0016 RU, filed on 10/08/2012 by Donald Buzbee, Sr., of 1613 6th St. S.E., Ruskin, FL 33570, ph 813-641-2n5, req uesting a zone change from ASC-1 to A$-1. The property is 3. 78 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 32 Range 19 or W/S of 6th St. S.E., 800' N/0 18th Ave. S .E. Petition RZ 13-0025 USF, filed on 10/11/2012 by Dick LaRosa Jr. P.E., of 3300 N. Armenia Ave, 1 101, Tampa, FL 33607, ph 813-n7-9058 requesting a zone change from CN & M to CG The property i s 2.49 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 07 Township 28 Range 19 or SEcor of Nebraska' Ave. & E. 131st Ave. Petition RZ 13-()()27 ER, filed on 1011112012 by oick LaRosa Jr. P.E., of 3300 N Armenia Ave 101, Tampa, FL 33607, ph 813-n7-9058, requesting a zone change from AR to CN. The property is 7.77 ac ahd is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 29 Range 21 or SIS of S.R. 60, 50' E/0 Jerry Smith Ad. Petition RZ 12.0840-LU, filed on 09/612012 by Audrey Eve Pinna of 4818 Charowen Dr., Orlando, FL, 32837, ph 407-729-6100, requesting a zone change from RSC-2 to PO. The property is 4.2 ac and is located in a ll or parts of Section 02 Township 27 Range 18 or NE cor of Merry Lane & Lutz Lake Fern Rd. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 12-os39 RV, filed on 9/612012 by Molloy & James, 325 South Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606, ph requesting a major modification to relocate the Community Commercial parcel. The property is 48.17 ac and is presently zoned PO {81-Q339A). It is located in all or parts of Section 08 Township 31 Range 20 or NE cor of U.S. Hwy 301 & Summerfield Crossings iNVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to receive sealed bids at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Rorida, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed bids are Invited for the following: BID 112-16 CLEAR SPAN TENT STRUCTURE, BABE ZAHARIAS GOLF COURSE MANDATORY CONFERENCE: NOVEMBER 27,2012 0 10AM AT BABE ZAHARIAS GOLF COURSE 11412 FOREST HILLS DRIVE;TAMPA, FL 33612 BID OPENING DATE/TlMEILOCATION: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13,2012 0 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY OFFICE Bid will be available for distribution and pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 or online at www.tampasportsauthorlty.com. Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority by calling {813) 350-6500 Extension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities, if any, and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa, Aorida this 5th oay of November 2012. II 'HOMES FOR SALE Tampa -Thirty-Two Iss/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY 1111 FOR RENT Condo-Pond VIew Near Busch 2 Bedroom/1 5 Bath Units Includes 2 ,200 Sq Ft 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Residence On 3.5 Acres $600.00/Monthly Entire Site Is Fence Gated Community With Electronic Swimming Pool, Laundry Entrance Gate Water And Sewer $685,000 Included Call (813) 857-8354 (813) 390-4169 JION DEADLINES Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday EdRion Monday 0 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II Essence of Beauty Salon Is Looking For License Hair Stylist Booth Rental $80.00 C811813-217-1891 If Interested $50.00 For Everyone You Refer To Us $300.00 Credit Cards Paid Everyone Better Faster Cable /Internet (813) Experienced Educational Research Specialist Needed Full Time Position Applicants Should Have An Advanced Degree In Education. Call813-231-91n HILLSBOROUGH CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities COMMUNITY COLLECTION CENTER ATIENDANT {REDUCED HOURS) (NSH) ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN I $12.14/Hour $22,235.00 GENERAL MANAGER II {INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROLS) $53,435.00 MANAGER (911 DATA) $40;768.00 RECEPTIONIST $20,924 00 SENIOR CASE MANAGER $40,768.00 SENIOR SUPERVISOR (STOREROOM/ WAREHOUSE) $35 838.00 See our web site at http://www.hccsb org or visit our offiCe at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer ., r 0 ::D tn m z m r m c r r-g) z c m r u; % m c m < m c m tn ,.. z c 6 Ci) m N -I m

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N -0 N .,; II -a: w m :s w z :: a: IL Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CA/H Deposit Sect ion 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optiona l Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685 00 Call 813-22G-3633 703 Belt Court 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 1300 Sq Ft. Newly Remodeled Only $995.00/Monthly Call 813-376-8787 4218 East Cayuga Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly Remodeled Only $795.00/Monthly Available Now Call 813-376-8787 3 Bedroom 12 Bath Home Fenced Backyard WID Hook-Up Tile And Carpet Deposit Required Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 728-3163 {813) 732-5332 2613 East 38th Avenue 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block House Central A/C Tile Floors Refrigerator Range, WID Hook-Up Fenced Yard Like New $ 1050.00 Section 8 Welcomed -3/4 Bedroom Vouchers Acceptable Call Harold II Highland Pines 4 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Close To Schools And Transportation Sect i on 8 Welcome Call(813)994-6627 1511 East Giddens Very Large Beautiful Part i ally Furnished 4/2Block Fireplace CHA Fenced, Remodeled Section 8 Preferred Call {813) 90G-5559 Tampa Heights Area 3 Bedroom/1 Battl Totally Remodeled Home Great Neighborhood $850 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Water Included can (813) 601-3101 APTS. FOR RENT 7919 Lake Shore Drive 2 Bedroom/1 Bath, WDH $650.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Small Pets OK Section 8 Welcome (813) 34().308$ North Tampa And Temple Terrace 2 And 3 Bedrooms From $750.00 WDH 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-9787 1411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Newly Remodeled Courtyard Apartments 1 And 2 Bedrooms Quiet And Peaceful No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome Serious Inquires ONLY!! (813) 774-1044 II Busch Gar:dens USF Areas Bad Credit? OK! Free Application NO DEPOSIT! 1 Bedroom Tile Floors Central Air Ceiling Fans $525 00/Monthly Water/Trash Included!! Call 813-244-4551 First Months Rent FREE $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Central A/C 4005 North 34th St. lA $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 100% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675.00 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11734 North 15th Street (15th Street And Fletcher) Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $299.00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espanol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 MAKE YOUR HOME AT TAMPA N.A.P.F.E. TOWERS AFFORDABLE, INDEPENDENT SENIOR APARTMENTS APPLICATIONS CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMAPA, FL 33612 813-977-1663 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR PUBUC TRANSPORTATION, GROCERY STORES, SHOPPING CENTERS, FLEA MARKETS, RESTAURANTS PLEASE CONTACT OUR LEASING CENTER 813-977 TTY/TOO: 711 ORVISIT 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33612 For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts MasterCard =-=='-'-----' I DEBIT VIsa. MasterCard American EXpress And Debit Cards P VIa Phone ====== =-II University Area 12301 North 11th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $550 00/Monthly Includes Water Two Months FREE W ith $600.00/Security 813-971-Q341 Tampa Heights Area 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Great Neighborhood $675.00/Monthly Plus Depos i t Electric And Water Included Call (813) 601-3101 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Newly Renovated $675 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call {813) 857-7656 DUPLEXES New Duplex For Rent 3215Y.r North 49th Street Apartment #D 211 Highland Pines Only $595.00 WID Hook-up Includes Water 813-695-8718 Excellent Rental History Required 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $575.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 Bougainvillea 2/1 Duplex Central Air, Ceramic Tile, Fenced Yard Rent $600.00 Including Water Deposit $350 00 Section 8 Welcome SSI And Other Income Need Min i mum $1,200 00/Month Total To Qual ify (954) 300.1002 II

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