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Have A Blessed Thanksgiving < c a: c ....1 u. I VI I SEE P AGE 3 VOL. 68 NO. 27 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 2012 24 PAGES 75 Sourh Dallora Drop case linked To Nine In Bav Area SEE PAGE 3 Countv Anornev Retires To Pursue Other Interests SEE PAGE 2 1 Single Mom Ot 2 Needs Kidnev Transplant SEE PAGE 2 GADSON SISTERS HOST FIRST .ANNUAl THANKSGIVING lUNCHEON The Gadson sisters believe that it's better to give than to receive. That's what touched their heart to do something for the Young At Heart. They hosted their First Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Luncheon on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at Temple Crest Civic Center. The five sisters cooked and prepared a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings and dessert for the invited older guests. From left to right are: Betty Gadson Broadway, Minnie Gadson White, Yvonne Gadson Douglas, Henrietta Gadson Walton and Johnnie Gadson Harris. (Photograph by BRUNSON)

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Features Single lather 012 Reaching Out To Communitv For Much Needed lidnev Transplant BY GWEN HAYFS Sentinel Editor A Tampa mother of 2 needs to raise at least $50,000 for a much-needed kidney transplant and to cover anti rejection medications. Ms. Darlene Yvette Moore, 41, a Tampa native, has been on dialysis for nearly 3 years. This is her second time of dialysis. The first time she was on for 2 months. Although she's reaching out to the community, Ms. Moore has to have an attor ney set up a trust for her be fore she accepts funds for the transplant. Being disabled and on a limited, fixed income, Ms. MQOre has not been able to complete that task. She has battled malignant > hypertension (high blood CC pressure) for 18 years, since the birth of her son. The cur-. u. rent bout with dialysis began Q when she was given the wrong medication, which conse quently led to kidney failure. That was in April 2010. With all that she is going through, having nearly died numerous times, and surviv ing 9 car accidents, Ms. Mpore looks positively to the future. Ms. Moore went to the MS. DARLENE YVE'ITE MOORE University of South Florida, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English Education and worked as a Social Worker for the Department of Children and Families for to years. She enjoys playing the piano, drawing and painting Black art. Ms. Moore attends Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Ad ventist Church. Her adult chil dren are Alexandria and Cornelius. She is the daughter of Rose Durand and Charles Moore and has a brother, Charles. "After the kidney transplant, I'd like to have a productive ministry to help people and see lives changed," she stated. Her priority now, however, is getting the trust fund estab lished. The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 Auto Repair Body Shop For Loss wages And Medical care... (PIP lnuwlce Needed) Don, be tlctfmllld twice far IICCidlnt .. _,,.,... .... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-886-352-4200 Go To Youlube and ptn:h The Patty Shuffle Avdlble 24 A Week w .......... ttt.f (Alftl/ l l H '-..=> Countv auornev Retires To Pursue Other Interests BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel CitY Editor While in high school Donald Odom knew that he wanted to become an attorney. I-Je achieved that goal and now after 28 years of dedicated he has retired. A native of St. Petersburg, Attorney Odom graduated from Gibbs High School. He enrolled at the University of South Florida as a Political Sci ence major. After earn_ing his undergraduate degree, Attorney Odom continued his ed ucation at the University of Florida. Attorney Odom launched his career in the firm of Williams & Middleton in St. Petersburg. "The late Ike Williams gave me my start. I was hired as a law elerk and I stayed with the firm for about 4 years," he recalls. About two years later, he was hired by Hillsborough County. Assigned to the Water Department, Attorney Odom said he was the Princi pal Primary lawyer for that department Hillsborough County Com m&idoner Les Miller, Jr., left, is shown with retiring County AUC.rney Don Odom at his re tirement celebration. During his career, Attorney Odom worked under four County Attorneys. At one point, he thought about spe cializing in the field of personal injury. However, as time passed, he said, "With the prevalence of advertising the field has be come more of a business than a profession. The business as pect has sort of taken over where the professionalism oncewas." Attorney Odom said he has also witnessed an increase in African American attorneys, and that is good. "There are a lot more Blacks and that's a good thing. When I started, I think I knew every Black attor ney personally. Now, there are more than 90,000 attorneys practicing in Florida." A widower, Attorney Odom is the father of three adult children, Donald, Jr., Barbara, and Donita Odom Moody. He also has two granddaughters, Sherie and Myiah. He is a member of Riverview United Methodist Church. As for the future, Attorney Odom said for about the first year, he's going to take the days as they come. He enjoys cooking, and motor sports. He is also going to pursue other interests, such as skiing. Next month, the 62-year-old will take ski lessons and ski for the first time. He is a member of the Onyx Ski Club, a local African American club with about 50 members. However, he's not in a hurry about choosing what to do next. Attorney Odom said it will be something different, but something he wants to do. West Tampa Group Assured Seat It Table For Development Plan BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer City Councilman Frank Reddick said when he read the development strategy of the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce for the area, he found it had good points, but was lacking in its accuracy when it came to West Tampa's history. He also couldn't see any mention of inclusion or what role the African American community would play. On Wednesday, November 14th, Councilman Reddick met with the West Tampa Community Group, and assured them he would make sure they have a seat at the table when the develop. ment plan for West Tampa is created for submission to the City Council. WfCG Facilitator, Dwight Bolden, said one of the things they told Councilman Reddick was that they wanted a plan with growth, progress, and prosperity for everyone. "But, we want the entire community involved, not just a selected few. We alsQ want employment opportunities, and those at the table must represent the interest of the business community and the residents. It has to be that way." Bolden said they aren't COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK under any deadline to submit their plan, but have set a date of December 14th to present it to Councilman Reddick. "During our meeting with Councilman Reddick, we discussed an earlier meeting' we had with Ed Turanchik, the attorney representing InTown Homes, also a board member of the West Tampa Chamber of Commerce. "It is our understanding they are having a town hall meeting on Thursday, December 6th to discuss their Chamber's plan. After reviewing the plan, we have issues with it, and all of that will be put on the table during that meeting ... Bolden said they are trying to set up meetings with Jetie B. Wilds, Jr. and James Ransom, and they will be meeting with Pastor's On Patrol on December 3rd. "We're also going to schedule a workshop to inform the community where we are on the plan. After that, we're going to have another meeting to present the plan to the community. It is our mis sion to make the community a part of every phase of this plan. "In appearance, it seems West Tampa has African American community issues With previous economic plans, it seems only the African American community was impacted. Now, we understand that whatever problems exist, affect all of us. We can ill afford to sit on the sideline and allow one part of our community to fight a battle, and we do nothing." Bolden said the important thing that has come out of the meetings is the interest of Black people. "I look at East Tampa and what they've done, and realize we fumbled the ball. "It's all about progress, growth, and prosperity for all of us, not a select few." Bolden also appeals to the community to stop allowing outsiders to dictate their future, or make them feel threatened to remain in their neighborhoods. "We've seen enough Trojan horses to not be fooled any more by empty promises and blank guarantees."

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Features c: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------m Tax Fraud 'Queen' laDling Terminal south Dakota To Fraud Cancer Released Earll From Prison case Linked To Bav Area BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa woman sentenced to 9 years in federal prison was granted early release last Thursday. The motion filed stated that she is battling terminal cancer. According to court documents, Ms. Shawntrece Sims, 33, was diagnosed witb cancer in August. An MRI determined that the cancer had metastasized to her bones. Ms. Sims has a life expectancy of less than a year. Ms. Sims drew public attention after an arrest in the "Operation Rainmaker" case in 2011. She was one of 49 people arrested by a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement task force. According to the U. S. SHAWNTRECE SIMS .. Being held without bond According to court documents filed by the U. S. Attorney's Office, Ms. Sims signed a plea agreement on previous charges on February 14th. She appeared before U S. Magistrate Judge Thomas G. Wilson on March 17th and pleaded guilty to one count of making a false claim and one count of mail fraud. returns, which totaled $263,004.00 in 2008. While released from jail on bond,.Ms. Sims was involved in the filing of numerous false tax returns during the first half of 2011. She allegedly received $409,883.00 in fraudulent refunds from the Internal Revenue Service this year, the document stated. Between January 29th and May 2011, Ms. Sims and other defendants are accused of filing 52 fraudu lent tax returns. Ms. Sims is alleged to have filed mul tiple false claims on behalf of 7 deceased people all with the same last name two days after she signed the plea agreement. Tubal Ligation Reversal JERMY BWUNT CHRISTOPHER FRIERSON Police in South Dakota investigating tax fraud cases learned the case is linked to the bay area. Nine defendants appeared in federal c ourt Thursday. According to court docu ments indicted by a South Dakota grand jury were: Alphonso Rico Charlie Frank Adams, Raunta Stanislaus Ellison, Jeremy Jamar Blount, Melissa Dinataly, Terry Daron Liggins, Christopher Duane Frierson, Marquis ALPHONSO VALDEZ was released on a $40,000 signature bond, a spokesperson for the U. S. Middle District U. S. Attorney' s Office said. Investigators said, begin ning in June 2011 until May 2012, be defendants, and other known and unknown, to the grand jury knowingly ., r-0 :!! c )o 0 m z ::t z m r;m Attorney's Office Middle District of Florida, Ms. Sims was on bond awaiting sentencing when she was arrested again on similar charges. Sims, 31, was arrested on August nth, 2011. During the court appear ance, Ms. Sims admitted to preparing and electronically filing false income tax According to the court documents, Ms. Sims allegedly used money obtained by fraudulent means for a medical proce dure. She allegedly attempt ed to become pregnant prior to sentencing. Butler, and Christopher Jamel Lundy were arrested. They face charges of Conspiracy to defraud the U S. Government, and Aggravated Identity Theft. The individuals were arrest ed in Tampa Thursday. Each and willfully entered into an C: rjcoNTINUE PAGE ON t6j J;; ::t z H Adger u.:...IAgart at 813-458-6218 =:... 1-aOO-MI!OICARI! NAME OF BENEFICIARY .JANE DOl! MEDICARE CLAIM NUMBER OOO..OG-0000-A SEX FEMALE 1$ ENTITLED TO EFF E C TIVE 00\T E HOSPITAL (PART A) Ge-01-2012 MEDICAL (PART B) 08-01.-2012 SIGN HERE HFl-:E ,c,:,r A 'L-1PLUS HEALTHCARE +:"''-... have Medicare & Medicaid You are .... ...., ... -1-855-431-1609 (TTYlTDD) 1-800-955-8770 ---...-.-------:_ ....... 7 days a week 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m Oct. 15th Feb. 14th Monday Friday 8:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m. Outside dates mentioned www.floridahealthcareplus.com A Health Plan with a Medicare contract. The benefit Information provided herein is a brief summary. not a comp1 ehet.sNe clescr1Ption of benefit. fof-ITIOI"e information please contact the plan. Benefits, FOr-mulary. Pharmacy network. premium and/CK co-payments/co-insw-ance may change on January 1st 2014. You must continue to pay )OUr Part B premium. You may be able to get extra help to pay_ for )OUr prescription drug premiums and costs. To see if you qualify for getting extra help, call 1-800-MEDICA.RE (TTY!TOO 1-877-486-2048) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; The Social security Office at 1-800-772-1213 between 7 am and 7 pm Monday through Friday TTY user should call 1-800-325-0778; or Your State Medicaid Office. You can also contad Florida Healthcare Plus Customer Service Department at 1-866-988-221 0, we are open 7 days a week 8am to 8pm October 1 5, 2012 until February 14, 201 3 then Monday through Friday Sam to 8pm. (TTY /TOO users should call 1-800-955-8770). This info is available for free in other languages, contact Florida Healthcare Plus for adcltionallnformatton. Limitations copayments, and restrictions may H4199 _MKT _FLY _148_ FILE&USE_08162012 ., c: m r c;; ::z:: m c m < m C! m 0 c )o z c ., :!! c

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Editorials/Columns 0 N a: w m w z >! en w Q f Q z c Q fB w i:i Q w % en :::J m ;::) A. z FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florid$ 33606 (813) 248-1921 Publlehed Every Tueeday and Friday By FLORIDA 81!NT1NI!L BULLI!TIN PUBUSHINO Co., Member of National Newspaper Pub1 18Mra Aeaocilttlon (NNPA) POSTMA8TER: Send Addreea Change To : Florlcll! Sentinel Bui!Min, P .O. llox 338S FL 33801 Perlodiclll Postage Paid At Tampa, FL c. Blythe .,._. 1801tr77 (UMS) c. Blythe,.,....., ..... 1 ... 2010 (1tr77) 8. KAY ANDRew&, PUIN I&III!R C. BLYTHe ANDReWS .. ALLI80N ww ..a I!HRT, CFO QwaN HAV.., I!DITOR IRI8 HOLTON, CITY I!DITOR BETTY DAWKIN&, ADVI!Ri UUIG DIRI!CTOR HAROLD ADAMe. CIRCULATION IIANAGI!R TOYNI!TTA COIIII, PRODUCTION MANAGI!R LAVORA I!DWAR08, CLA88IFIED IIANAGI!R u ;anaeuCI0-4 ......... ....,.._, ...,.-v......,.....,..._ Oplow_____ of __ ..,CDio ---.. __ _.,---....... of ....,. ______ I trs see 'IIIIIIIMI Mitt Romney is down. Rick Scott has been seen like walking around talking to himself, and the Ides of November have.coine home like crows to peck at the Grand Old Party. Having counted onDer Mitter's win to scuttle the Af fordable Care Act failed to plan how our state would set up private insurance exchanges for the more than 10 million Floridians who have no health insurance. In addition, GOP legislators privately admit they have not a scintilla of a plan to expand Medicaid serv ices to eligible Floridians. Having already angered voters by not accepting bU nons of dollars in federal rapid transit funds that could have put coundess thousands to work; having refused other additional millions ofhealthcare dollars as wen as having taken state employee benefits (which courts by the way), then having pa88ecl voter suppression laws and attempting to polltically control Florida's judicial system could Conilervatives wonder why most recently their gooses may be 80011 fried? We have a sugestion for-the State's R.epub pachyderms, do what's right and not political. You may sur vive. Either that, or prepare to be extinct. I SleeplniiiiiiS IW.lenln2012 I ;::) m p erhaps, a CNN newscaster said it best. Said he, &rl "When Barack Obama was elected the first time, z that was majesty. But when he was elected the second time, that was a miracle." Most a w news reporter wasn't the only one who considered en President Barack Obama's story-land victory a miraC cle. ii No doubt, that three-word sentence echOes in eveey g hall, crook, and cranny where a Conservative Tea u. Partier can be found. Say observers, distraught GOPers stumble as if sleep-walking, eyes focused on nothing, lisdessly to "It's a miracle It's a mlracle !" And why is President Obaina's re-election akin to the supernatural for certain so-called Conservatives? The answer is as clear as a zit on a fat-eat's face. Black people, Asian Americans, Hispanics, Native-Ameri cans, the physically and mentally challenged, gays, les bians, and anyone else who Romney peremptorily lumped onto the junk heap of the voiceless 47% grew wings, brandished voter registration cards, and MIRACLE OF ALL MIRACLES! -found their way to the polls. And to add insult to injury, talk-show hosts who love the life of Monday-morning quarterbacking, have made Romney-Ryan a modern piiiata, squawking their names like Poe's raven. And when shall RomneyRyan nm again? "NEVERMORE!" But the true miracle was the 40% ofWhite American voters. Spellbinding, it took the GOP by hurricane. So, thanks to the giants of America, a new page in history has been turned. And no matter what monsters may it try to do, the giants are awake! lnti-Siaverv Polldcll Parlin: The Ullenv PariJ, lurrahl After events surrounding the recent Presidential elec tion, I was prompted to write about minor anti-slavery po litical parties that few of us learned about. In fact, No vember 131h marked the 172Dd anniversary of the formation of the first anti-slavery polit ical party, the Liberty Party, which was organized on No-vember 13, 1839Though a minor political party among eight other po litical parties that existed be tween the late 1700s and the late 18oos, it was the first of two anti-slavery parties in the United States. Organized to oppose the practice of slavery that ex isted in Southem states, the Liberty Party was founded by disgruntled abolitionists who were members of the American Society (AASS) and who advo cated "the view that the United States -Constitution was an anti-slavery docu ment." Among the founding members were Black aboli tionist Samuel Ringold Ward (escaped slave, ora tor, writer, preacher, and po litical activist) and Henry Highland Garnet (escaped slave, orator, preacher, and political activist). Liberty Party members held views contrary to William Uoyd Garrison, who "opposed voting and working within the system." Garrison also believed "the Constitution should be con demned as an evil pro-slav ery document." Announcing its formation in 1839, the Liberty Party held its first meeting in Warsaw, New York. During its first national convention in Apri11840, the Liberty Party nominated James G. Birney, a Kentucky reformed slave-owner, for President. Birney received less than 7,000 popular votes. During the Liberty Party s second national convention in 1843, Birney was nominated once more for President. Among the Liberty Party's platform goals was the boy cotting and exclusion of southern crops and products among abolitionists, sup porting busmesses and friends. The party also sought to have the fugitive slave clause of the U. S. Constitution declared null and void Though Birney received 62,103 votes (2.3% of the popular vote), historians speculate that the Liberty Party split the anti-slavery vote in New York making it possible for slave-owner James Knox Polk to win the election over his oppo nent, Henry Clay; the Whig Party candidate. Nevertheless, while the party failed to get its candidates elected, the Liberty Party successfully increased awareness of the inhumanitY of slavery. After a third national con vention in Syracuse, New York in 1847 and after a split of the New York Democrats from the remainder of the Democratic Party in 1848, some members of the Liberty Party joined with the New York Democrats to form a larger and more influ ential political group de voted to anti-slavery goals. Thus, in August 1848, the Free Soil Party formed as an organization that opposed slavery in America's new ter ritories, nearly abandoning existing slavery in the South The Liberty Party contin ued to oppose slavery in the South, hold national conven tions, and nominate pi-esi-' dential candidates through 1852. When the dwindling membership began to es pouse an increasingly reli giously-oriented pfatform against gambling, alcohol, and prostitution among other issues, party members continued to leave for less religiously-oriented groups. In 1855, the Liberty Party nominated Frederick Douglass for New York's Secretary of State making him the first Black nomi nated for a statewide office The Party gradually faded into obscurity in the late 18oos. Next week, we will share Ute history of the Free Soil Party, the second antislav ery political party in America and Frederick Douglass's observations of the group. Until then Harambee! Holidav Publishing Schedule In observance of Thanksgiving holidays, the Sen tinel will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 22 and 23, 2012. Tuesday's issue will be available for pick-up Sun day, Monday and Tuesday; and Friday's issue will be available Tuesday afternoon, November 20th. Normal office and publishing will resume on, Monday, November 26, 2012. THE PUBLISHER

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Presidential News For laxt Tann, PreSident Is Caillldlnt, IPIIIsUc Pres. Obama leurs !< W ASHlNGTON Presi dent Barack Obama walked a narrow path between ambi tion and realism, defiance and accommodation when he ad dressed reporters for the first time since winning a hard fought election that gives him four more years to carve his place in history. While he avoided terms like "transformational," Pres. Obama signaled that he still hopes to accomplish big things in spite pf Congress' almost paralyzing partisanship. That could include'"'an overhaul of immigration la ws ; which could become a coveted bookend to PRES. BARACK OBAMA his 2010 health care There was a bounce in Pres. Obama's step Wednesday in the White House East Room. But there was no dancing in the end zone, no taunting of de feated opponents. He jokingly claimed he forgot about the election the day after it so eager is he to plunge into his second-term agenda. PreS. Obama said he is willing to work with Republi cans to head off the worrisome package of big tax hikes and program cuts scheduled to hit in less than seven weeks. B .ut he reiterated that wealthy house holds must pay higher tax rates, something GOP lawmakers fiercely oppose. N.Y.C. SandJ Recoverv NEW YORK President Barack Obama vowed Thursday to stick with New Yorkers still struggling 17 days after Superstorm Sandy "until the rebuilding is complete" after getting an up-close look at devastated neighborhoods rendered unlivable. Pres. Obama brought the spotlight to people still living without heat or electricity and hugged many of those trying to rebuild their lives. He also de-m livered a post-election message I of unity, nine days after a m closely divided America gave ::D him a second term. "We're reminded that we 'N are bound together and we g have to look out for each other," Pres. Obama said from a block in Staten Island that was demolished by the storm. "The petty differences melt away." Man Commns Suicide 2 Davs After Pres. Obama Wins Re.;.Eiacuon Maior Food Chains Fight obamacare' Reforms Pres.Obama Lobbies Business, Labor Groups To Avoid Fiscal Cliff WASHINGTON Presi dent Barack Obama is ing business and labor groups to support $1.6 trillion in new rev enue to avoid an fis cal cliff, telling the two sides he remains committed to requiring the wealthy to pay more in taxes. Every time you think you've seen everything under the sun, regarding Republican antics over President Barack Obama's re-election last week, someone else does something that takes the bellyaching to a whole other level. this time? After Hamilton learned that Pres. Obama won the election, he committed suicide in his Florida home. In the weeks leading up to the election, Hamilton, whose friends said was struggling with his business, reportedly told his live-in partner Michael Cossey, that Barack gets re-elected, I'm not going to be around." Now that President Barack Obama has secured a second term in office, multiple food chain owners are pushing back against Obamacare. Franchise owners of restau rants like Red Lobster and Olive Garden have promised to take drastic measures to ensure their properties avoid the costs that come along with providing insurance for their employees. Obamacare, or the Afford able Care Act, requires busi nesses with more than so employees to provide an ap proved health insurance plan for each of them. If they don't, businesses will be penalized $2,ooo for each full-time worker over 30 employees. Food chains employ more than 4 million full and part time workers who make an av erage of $12,000 a year, and many of them do not fund health care for a majority of these workers. Owners of these chains are now making plans to scale back their number of employees and cut hours to dodge Obamacare penalties. Pres. Obama was meeting Wednesday with abOut a dozen business executives as the White House and Congress face a se ries of expiring tax cuts and across-the-boafd spending cuts scheduled to take effect because lawmakers failed to reach a deal to reduce the federal debt. N. Nebraska Ave. Tami>a, FL 33603 813.237.6871 Enter. Florida resident and sun-tanning store owner Henry Hamilton. What could possibly have happened VIrginia GOP omclal condemns President Obama To Hell Bob FitzSimmonds, a GOP official from Virginia, be Came the latest Republican to unleash a post-election rant when he condemned Presi dent Barack Obama to hell on his Facebook page. "When Pres. Obama is 90 years old and he dies and goes to Hell, he is going to say 'This is all Bush's fault," FitzSimmonds wrote on. his page. 5537 s. 78th Street Tampa, FL33619 813.672.9247 QUANlJTY IIIGim MeiRVID. NO IIALD 1'0 DIAI.IM. NOT..., OllaLI PCIIt TYPOOIW'MICAI.IMOD. I'WC:A GOODWI&I QUMm'lll LAIT, NO RAil CHICU "TT r-0 :::D en m z m r-m c r r-gJ z ., c m c en :::1: m c m c! m en c ,.. z c "TT :::D B Ci) m en

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a: w m w > 0 z c en w ::: My love is true, and Bae there is simply nothing in this world that I wouldn't do; that I wouldn't be willing to en dure or even go through to keep you from feeling blue. Bae, you know my love is true, 'cause there is no other feeling that could explain or express all the things I feel; because what I feel is some thing so unique, something fresh, uplifting and new; something real... and it's for life! So, for those who didn't know, now you know. I'm Cowboy's wife. Happy birthday. When Love Is True THE DIXONS USF Host Comedv Show As Pan 01 Homecoming Celebration Marlon Wayans TMth Cleaning Rllngs EXb'eollona Bltdges WhHenlng Denturea -Root Canal8 Crowns. CNdltC..... Jamal Tolbert and Gamar Remy, they couldn't stop laughing at Marlon Wayans performance. Among those who attended the Comedy Show were Aquaiel Troupe, Shannon Swain, Paulthai Jeanty, and I.easia Grant. ENTRY Care of Florida Advantage Plans KATHY HAIR MQdicare Advantage Representative 5130 Eisenhower Blvd. Suite 200 Tampa, FL 33634 813.363.7958 866.669.5604 TTY 711 rocvty.com www.cvty.com Aireonn Bailey and Aaliyah Bailey, mother and daughter, enjoyed the comedy show. Stefante Randall enjoyed her last homecoming at the Uni versity of South Florida. She will in December. STRY C:ONNt:C:Tt:D VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM

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HOROSCOPES Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Communication clears up old business. Spend time in contemplation. Monitor spending on home purchases. Today and tomorrow your feelings are all over the map ... it's a good thing. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Keep your focus at home for a while. Over the next two days, you feel like you're emerging from a cocoon. A good idea comes from family. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Share ideas with associ ates. Heed your mate 's concerns, and decide if you agree. This period is good for money. Your family benefits. Don't buy toys Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-You're extra hot. Others ask your advice. Venture farther toward a goal. Avoid even sweet dis tractions. More study may be required. Reaffirm a commitment. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Something is coming due. They need your good ideas. It's not a good time for romance, but be nice anyway. Your reputation precedes you. Try a new style. Aries (March 21-April19) Every little step counts, but keep your objective in mind. Celebrate your accomplishments for a while, and then keep moving forward. Your neighbors are friendlier Ask for help Taurus (April 20May 20) Follow your heart. You don't have to go very far. Ask a loved one to teach you. Responsibilities weigh heavily today and tomorrow. Accept ideas from far away. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Finances open up. Listen to another's opinion and don't spend on momentary pleasures. Others depend on you. An older dream could be possible now; pursue new avenues. Cancer (June 21-July 22)-Work out a schedule based on group priorities Hold your temper, even when others don't. Work with someone you can rely. Show a skeptic about love. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Let people know where you want to go. You're energized by the right partnership. Save romantic daydreams for another time. Today and tomorrow are good for compromise. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Follow a hunch. Don't brag about recent accomplishments. Invest in home, family and real estate You find glamour right around the corner. You may need to modify plans. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Transform your attitude by being flexible, yet attentive. Others look to you for support. Plan some fun for today and tomorrow. Set practical goals. Get your message out. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bill and Brooke make the best out of an awkward and revealing situation; Stephanie fondly reminisces about the times she shared with Ridge; Katie threat ens to disappear forever if Taylor tells anyone of her where abouts. Katie finds herself in the hospital again; Eric's upset that he was called away from Stephanie's side for an emergency meet ing; Brooke takes care of Stephanie in Eric's absence. Taylor is forced to get tough as Katie begins to lose her grip on her sanity; Brooke and Stephanie reminisce; Thomas tries his best to get the Forrester Creations group on his side; Stephanie realizes that the end is nearer than she had expected. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Kristen thanks Brady for coming to her rescue; Marlena deletes important messages from John's phone; Kayla delivers some news to Hope about Bo and Caro line; Nick tells Hope that he is in love with Gabi. John gets angry at Marlena; Brady starts to see Kristen in a different light; Lucas and Sonny make peace; Brady tells John that he will be stepping back from his role of protecting their family from Kristen. Nicole is afraid that Eric will judge her for her past; Eric tells Nicole about how and why he became a priest; Nicole comes face to face with Jennifer ; Hope warns Eric to stay away from Nicole. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Will Duke and Anna consummate their relationship? Tracy intends to see AJ imprisoned. Spinelli makes a choice about the women in his life. Things will never be the same for the Quartermaine family. Sonny will do what it takes to keep AJ away from Michael. Sam blows up at John McBain. Thanksgiving Day finds the Quartermaines honoring their patriarch. Sonny finally has a reason to hope when it comes to Kate. Thanksgiving Day brings the return of familiar faces and a unique holiday tradition. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESSNeil and Leslie combine business and pleasure, while Christine 's return devastates Nina. A shocking turn of events leaves Victoria in peril, while tensions rise as Jill clashes with Katherine. Jack and Phyllis reflect on their long relationship, while Devon rebuffs Tucker s Thanksgiv ing peace offering. Fictures from The Fast Mr. and Mrs. Charlie (Elizabeth) Williams were delegates at the Lily Security Benefit Association Conference. Linda Wilson and Ms. Gwen Tucker are pictured here enjoying the festivities at Mrs. Marie Wimberly's birthday party. Joe "Sport" Anderson of Miami, with the First Annual Athletes Reunion Coordinator, Nat Green. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foxworth were part of a wedding entourage that included family and friends. N 9 N 0 ...... N ., r-0 :::D en m z -t z m r-aJ c: r r-!!J z c: aJ r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c ):It z c ., :!! c

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.. .... r ................ ...... .......... ..... ... ----........... -.... --.-.......... ...... .. .. ..... ... ... ............... Loca Top ladies, Inc. Participates ID In Walk For Education The local chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., C (TLOD) participated in the f3 1st Annual UNCF Walk For Education for the Tampa Bay ensuring compliance withes tablished rules and regula tions for all active participants, corporate spon sors, community organiza tions, and family and friends who supported the event. area. The event was held qn September 8 2012 at Al Lopez Park with the Top Teens youth group also par ticipating. This was an excel lent opportunity to change the lives of deserving college students by raising much needed scholarship dollars. The Ladies and Teens of TLOD played a significant role in the major planning of this 1st Annual UNCF Walk For Education. Lady Melvia Green served on the UNCF Planning Committee as the TLOD Chairperson. Lady Maria Johnson-Singfield is the Chapter President. There were about 150 participants for the walk, which raised $2S,OOO. UNCF is one of TLOD's National Five Star Projects. TLOD, Inc. was responsiC ble for soliciting vendors to e donate and set up food IE booths, volunteering to assist C with on-site registration and z c( ., 1 Lady Melvia Green, TLOD Chairperson for the UNCF Walk and Lady Jean Miller, who attended the walk. Q f/) w ::::) 1w (ij c w ::1: f/) :::::i ID ::::) z ffi ..I ..I :: ID ..I Left to right: Ladies Ora Chester, Phyllis Lawrence, Mehia Green, Luvator Nelson, Maria Singfield, Teen Kenyondra Nelson, Ladies Antonia Barber and Lorretta Cottman. w f/) c( Q 0 ..I LL Hillsborough CounEJ Commissioners Seek APPliCations For Citizen Boards And Councils Applications Due December 6, 2012 Hillsborough County Commissioners are seeking residents to serve on several County cit izen advisory boards and councils. Residents interested in seeking appointment must be reg istered voters in Hillsborough County. these are voluntary positions, and members serve without compensation. Applieants may apply to more than one board, but may only serve on one board at a time. All members must sign a code of conduct. The deadline for applying is Dec. 6, 2012. Appoinbnents will be scheduled for a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners in January 2013. co An application is available in the Commissioners' reception area on the second floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd .in downtown Tampa; by calling the Boards and Councils Coordinator at 813-272-5826; or on the County's website at: www.hillsboroughcounty.org. Mt.Moriah Celebrates Its 12&th Anniversarv On Sunday, October 28, a capacity crowd filled the sanctuary of the Greater Mount Moriah Primitive Baptist Church in celebration of the 126th Church Anniversary.

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_-.._ ... _._ .. ... ::.:::::.:-w::-..:: .::..._.,.= .. :: : ... f Local News Church Youth Boot Commnv Leader Praises R .asidents, Camp Hopes To Councilman For Ha.IUng Wild Parties lilach leadersh BY LEON B. CREWS gotten from the University of IP Sentinel Staff Writer Tampa Now, we're watching closely to make sure we ::D know what's going on with N BY L,EON B. CREWS Sentinel StafJWriter On December 8th, Extreme Life Ministries and its pas tor, Emerson Morris, will hold their first boot camp for young men 14 to 18 years old. Pastor Morris said the 6o-minute, monthly session is called, "So You Think You' re A Man, and it is hoped participants will learn leadership, character, and management skills. "We hope that in just 6o minutes, we can challenge our young men positively to want to take a different path in their life. We have three current athletes from the University of South Florida who will be running the camp, with the idea that fitness will help build maturity and a desire to want more out oflife. The young men who participate in the boot camp will be fed and well taken care of. Pastor Morris said he came up with .the idea, because fitness and training has a great impact on people and he felt as a tool, it could be used to help young men building their bodies and self esteem. "This is the fust month of the camp, and we hope to do this every month. We're also PASTOR EMERSON MORRIS developing a partnership with the Department of Ju venile Justice. "Any young man that needs help can get it for free with this boot camp. Our ultimate goal is to get them into college." The boot camp will be at the Extreme Life Resource Center 8027 East Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, and will begin at 10 a. m. For more information about this boot camp, you can call {813) 728-4566 or e-mail at youn&menobey@&Jilail.com.. The parent(s) of each young man will be required to complete an application and waiver release form to participate in the boot camp. F.Y.I. Clllllll ... aess llsslll A College Awareness Ses sion is being planned for middle and high school students who are interested in going to college. The free, 90-minute ses sion will happen on Wednes day, December 19, 2012, beginning at 4 p. m. at the Tampa Bay Workforce Al liance office, 9215 N. Florida Ave. Parents of prospective col lege students are invited to attend so that they can find out ways to help pay for their child's higher education Kristin Thomas, who will graduate from the Uni versity of Florida next month, and Ryanne Rosier, who is attending the University of Central Florida, will be among those who will talk informally about what it takes to get into and out of college To find out addi tional in formation, please email dayleKJWne@hotmail.com Blake Cllss M1981 181hllrd-. Cellllrdll The next meeting of the Howard W. Blake High School Class of 1961 Alumni Club will be held on Satur day, December 8 2012, 1 p. m. at the Open Cafe, 3222 N. 34th St. All class members are en couraged to attend as this will be our 70th birthday cel ebration meeting. For more information, please call (813) 248-3322. Dolores Hoclalns Meln tosh, President and Myrtle Jones Walker, Recording Secretary, and Phyllis R. Walker, Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Ruth McNair has lived in the West Tampa community for almost 60 years, and said she's never had any problems with drugs or crime over that period. "This has always been a quiet, rather laid back com munity with school teachers, principals, and other profes sionals. We've never had any serious problems around here." All of that changed a few months ago when Mrs. McNair, who is President of the West Riverfront Neighborhood and Crime Watch As sociation, was told about their community being in vaded. The invasion was on the part of a group of students from the University of Tampa who had rented sev eral houses in the West Riverfront community one of them operating as a fra ternity house. didn' t take long for us to start seeing a lot of traffic late at night, and picking up cups, beer bottles, and other trash from our yards and MRS. RUfH MCNAIR streets "That's when I found out about the parties going on at these houses until the early hours of the morning, disturbing everyone around here." Mrs. McNair immedi ately notified Councilman Frank Reddick, who acted quickly in finding out what was going on. "Councilman Reddick talked to some people at the University of Tampa, and for the past three weeks, things have been back to normal. "I'm happy and proud of the way the community came together to deal with this problem, and the help we got from Coun_cilman Reddick. I'm also happy with the cooperation we've these properties. 9 Mrs. McNair said they want to see if the property N owners will continue to allow anyone with money to move into their community. I think it was disrespect-ful for those property owners to do this and not tell us a thing," said Mrs. McNair. "I think they could have at least talked to us to see how we felt about these college kids moving into our neigh borhood. The owners don't live around here, and only want to turn a profit Mrs. McNair said of the houses being rented by the students, only representa tives from the house on Nas sau Street actually approached her and apologized "I read a article where one of the students described our community as being the projects I found that wrong and very painful. We've worked very hard to make this community a safe and clean place to live and raise our chil<:lren." ., r-0 :!! en m z m r-m c: rrz .,. c: m !: en ::z: m c m ::U-< C! m en c ,.. z c ., ::D

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.a: w ID w z Q tn w ::;) ... Election Scenes Around TaiDPI On the weekend leading up to the 2012 General Election, people from various communities were busy participating in Election activity. Some were photographed at voting loca tions, and others at local businesses. (Photography by Cherylene Levy). Mrs Paulette Johnson, 88, was the oldest voter to cast her vote at the Robert L Gilder Elections Service Center on the last day of early voting. Mrs. Everlyn Mobley was released from Brand.on Community Hospital in time to arrive at the polls and cast her vote on Election Day. Re8Pe Tolbert, Jr., Regle TolJ,ert, Sr., steven LevY, and D1az, .,...eel out earcls and Obai:lul. .-J.ebn to tbe wten Ia Prop .. Vllblp. . : Heso 1 -ispa_nic And BlacllAdvison c ouncil Hosts Awards Banquet The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Hispanic and Black Advisory Councils Awards Banquet held their annual Awards Banquet on October 25. The event took place at the A La Carte Pavilion. The theme for this year's program was, "Dattce Fever 2012." This was also a special perfor mance by Tampa Gymnastics and Dance Show Stars. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Lt. Reggie Page and CSO Dana Page came out to celebrate with their co-workers. Earl Silas is the recipient of the Inaugural Freddie Solomon Community Service Award. He is shown with Ms. Lottie Silas, left, and Ms. Verdell M. Reaves, President of Hillsborough County Black Advisory Council. Ms. LaShawnY. Woods was chosen as the recipient of the Civilian Employee of the Year. She is Shown with Michael WooCls, Courtney Woods, and Nicole C. Battles. Alandria, Sand, and Roselle were all smiles at the end of "Dance Fever 201.2."

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Entertainment Rlhanna Be11ns ler J-Dav world Tour In Mexico Cltv RIHANNA MEXICO CI1Y -Seven concerts. Seven cities. Seven days. Rihanna has begun her "777" tour in Mexico City with an exclusive party for about 2,000 fans. Dressed in black shorts, a small black top and a black boxing robe, Rihanna was welcomed on the stage of the El Plaza Condesa concert hall with an ovation despite being two hours late. She thanked fans for their patience. The Wednesday night con cert was a taste of what's to come in her "Diamonds World Tour" scheduled for the first half of 2013. Kan Williams Arrested In California KATI WILLIAMS OAKLAND, California Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested after a man told police that the en tertainer hit him over the head with a bottle. Authorities say the 41-year-old Williams was briefly taken into custody on suspicion of assault Wednes day night after the apparent victim said he was attacked aboard a tour bus that was parked outside a downtown hotel. Williams was released after investigators ques tioned him and several wit nesses. Police said the man was treated at a h95pital for a cut to his head. His name has not been released. De Niro llleaediV Scolds Jav-z For llot Returning His Calls ROBERT DE NIRO AND JAY-Z Robert De Niro and Jay-Z reportedly have beef with one another. L According to a report, the legendary actor and the "99 Problems" rapper got into a tense argument at Leonardo DiCaprio's birthday bash Saturday night, when "De Niro called the rapper disrespectful." The Goodfellas star re portedly called out Jay-Z in a room full of celebrities in cluding Jamie Foxx, Russell Simmons, Martin Scorsese, Chris Rock and Cameron Diaz for not re turning his phone calls. Jay-Z tried to joke with De Niro about the issue, and Beyonce even tried to intervene, but De Niro "wouldn't back do\VIl." "Bob was sitting at a table, and when Jay-Z went over to say hello, De Niro told Jay that he never called him back," A spy then overheard De Niro complaining about a song Jay-Z agreed to record for the Tribeca Film Fe8tival. De Niro hadreached out to discuss further details, but Jay never returned his calls. "Bob wasn't in any mood to make polite conversation," the spy says. "He told Jay that if somebody calls you six times, you call them back. It doesn t matter who you are, that is just rude." In his defense, Jay-Z al legedly joked that he is terri ble with returning phone calls, however De Niro kept telling him that "he thinks he's the man, and that was he was disrespectful." ............... lira IIIII TSifltiiDWI MIAMI-It looks like singer Solange Knowles isn't ex cluded from the often L---times annoySOLANGE ing TSA KNOWLES process at airports. Beyonce's younger sister .jokingly vented her frustra tion on her Twitter page Wednesday after TSA secu rity guards at a Miami air port searched her Afro. "I kid you not. This just happened to me," Knowles tweeted to her more than 1.3 million followers, linking to a news story about a Dallas woman who went through the same experience. The singer, who's set torelease her album True this month, is known for rocking big, natural hairstyles. She was also a spokesmodel for natural hair care line Carol's Daught;er before breaking ties with the company two months ago. Knowles labeled the incident as "discrim-FRO-na tion" before engaging her followers in a game of "What did TSA fin4 in Solange's Fro?" CaiiOIDIIII: BlacliPS2 Sells 1MIIIIOI Copies 111 Dav Did you get your hands on a copy of Call Of Duty; Black Ops 2? Then you have a lot of company. Video game retailer GameStop re ports that they sold over 1 million copies of the highly anticipated shooter during its midnight launch. "'Black tips D' is shaping up to be our biggest game launch of all time," Tony Bartel, president of the Grapevine, Texas-based chain, said. The latest installment in the top-selling "Call of Duty" franchise went on sale timed to take advantage of the coming holiday shop ping season. The title, which retails for about $6o, "shat tered pre-order records" set last year by "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3," ac cording to a statement. Chris Brown Signs Wllbelmlnalrllsts IIIDt. R&B Superstar, Chris Brown, joins Keri Hilson in joining modeling division Wilhelmina's Artists man agement division. After the company an nounced that they will be representing Keri Hilson's management endeavors, Chris Brown was an nounced as the next R&B artist under their imprint "Art and style has always played a significant role in my life it's evolved with me throughout my career" said Brown, "I'm so happy to CHIUS BROWN join the Wilhelmina team, which has countless suc cesSes in the industry, to ex plore this new avenue." Brown joins Fergie, Iggy Azalea, and NERVO as the company's clients. Bevonce Goes Au Nablrale In New Tumblr Photos z m :r:: m m :a 1\) 0 .... 1\) Beyonce Knowles is a superstar known for wearing gorgeous frocks, strong ac cessories, and dramatic makeup. Her recent appear ance at the Met's 2012 Cos tume Institute Gala in a show-stopping Givenchy gown with a huge feather train is a strong indication of her typical style character. Thus, when images surfaced recently of Knowles going au naturale in her latest Tumblr photos, the media quickly took note. .....---.... ., "In one deglammed shot, she looks makeup-free, sporting a bikini top and posing in front of a serene view from her yacht." Pictured hanging out in BEYONd KNOWLES the South of France on a yacht to celebrate her birth day this past September, Beyonce has been lauded by the press for her sexy ap pearance in a revealing bikini despite her "sans fards" face. 6 :a tn m z :::t z m r-m c: r rz ., c: m r-u; ::z:: m c m < m m tn Young oro Changes His Name To -< ,.. z c Young Dro is all grown up. .either that, or he just felt like tr}ing out a new name. Confirmed by a series of Tweets posted earlier today, he is now "akrazy." There was no explanation for the name swap, but he gave the public options on what to call him. "PSA NO Longer am I the artist 'young dro' I'm officially #3krazy you can call me three u can call me krazy anything but youngdro." With a new name on deck, the 33-year-old is looking for new artists to rock with the 3krazy crew. "3krazy music group is official and I own it so any talent that wana work foreal and u seri ous about music join 3krazy music group. "We gone start from the bottom to the top WORK and u don't like it get in da box ima Rap circles around u YOUNGDRO, a.k.a., 3krazy wi da flow. Everything 3krazy over here I gota model team #3krazy merch t shirts hoodies all dat build my empire in yall face." RapperS will do just about anything for attention, but there's nothing wrong with a fresh start. ., :!! c Also, (now that he's got your attention) Dro's scouting for "3Krazy" chicks. For more info, hit him on .... Twitter. ....

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11111 Sanders-Calls White RIPiftlr Q 0 w ::::) tDEIONSANDERS NFL Hall of Fame comerback Deion Sanders called an unnamed white reporter an "AfricanAmerican killer" because the reporter had alleged that Sanders' charter school, Prime Prep C Academy, was involved in illegal recruiting of athletes. 0 In ; a radio interview, Z Sanders responded to alle c( gations that his charter school had engaged in ille gal recruiting of both foot ball and basketball players. He said, First of all, this all started mainly by a Caucasian reporter from a news station, you know who I'm talking about, and .he seems like he's the African American killer. "It's always something against a brother. And that bothers me. I've never been accused of cheating with anything, in any sports, in any arena, in my life." "Now to be accused of something as stupid and as simplistic as this and all I have is 30 kids out there." Sanders has threatened to file a lawsuit saying, "We have a lawyer that's getting ready to tear some butts up, because a lot of the things that were done to our institution was done wrong because you dislike me." Nevada Boxing CODIDI. Grants Promoter's license ..1 w z z w (/) c( Q li soCENr g Firs,t New York granted "" so Cent permission to pro-mote boxing matches, and now Nevada has followed suit. As of early Thursday (Nov. 15),the Nevada State Athletic Commission approved so's request to become licensed promoter in the state. so Cent -Curtis Jackson is the re81 name of the rap star intended to promote under the company name ofTMT Promotions -The Money Team -with good pal Floyd Mayweather Jr. However, they had a falling out after Mayweather did not come up with the share of the money that Jackson said he had promised to put into the company. So last month Jackson applied for the license under the name of his new company, SMS Promotions, and his application was approved in a s-o vote of the commission, as long as he provides three more pieces of information to the commission, .which had already received an exten sive application packet. Jackson and attorney Leon Margules; who were at the meeting, promised to provide the commission with what it still wanted within a week ......: two years' worth of Jackson's income tax returns, a financial statement listing the fight ers SMS has under contract and a letter stating that the assets that had been in TMT's name are now in SMS's name. e ........ 1811181$1511 Ta Threaeharlona area SChaals CAMNEWI'ON Cam Newton has launched a new initiative to benefit three Charlotte area schools. Through his charita ble foundation which bears his name, Newton made a $15o,ooo donation to the schools in attempt to help boost school spirit and achievement Bradley Middle School in Huntersville, Thomasboro Academy and Randolph Middfe School in Charlotte each received $50,000. The donations were made with the purpose of develop ing customized programs to enhance cultural environ ment, as well as increase student achievement, boost student engagement, and advance health and wellness. Missing Taus I&M flotbal Plavar Found Sate, Motharsavs THOMAS JOHNSON COLLEGE STATION, Texas Texas A&M fresh man wide receiver Thomas Johnson has been found safe in Dallas after being missing from campus since Monday. His mother, Linda Hanks, says A&M University police called her early Thursday to say the 18-year-old has been found unharmed. Police said Wednesday that Johnson was last seen leaving his College Station residence around 5 p.m. Monday. Hanks said she bad trav eled from Dallas to College Station as authorities searched for her son. Meanwhile, Johnson turned up 180 miles to the north, in Dallas Hanks says Johnson has not contacted her since his disappearance and that she had no other information. M111cJobnson san He's aurninl' .Bacauselallers Didn't Hire Phil Jackson Never one to shy away from giving his opinion on his beloved Los Angeles Lakers, Eal"Vin "Magic" Johnson's Twitter feed had gone uncharacteristical ly silent after his team hired new head coach Mike D' Antoni late Sunday night. The team received criti cism from the sports blogosphere for choosing D' Antoni over former coach Phil JackSon, who was reportedly in discussions to coach team until the eleventh hour. Let s just say Magic was among the critics : He 're-emerged' on Twitter Wednesday, blam ing his 'tweet
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AQIBTAUB Fonner Tampa Bay Bucca neer cornerback, Aqib Talib said he is thankful for a fresh start with the New England Patriots. Talib, a 2008 first-round pick by the Bucs, was traded November 1st w ith a seventh round draft cho i ce in 2013 for a fourth round pick in 2013. Tl).e trade came with Talib serving a four-game suspen sion for violating the NFL s policy on performance enhancing substances. Talib was suspended for the 2010 Buccaneer season opener for violating the league s personal conduct policy, following an altercation with a cab driver in. 2008, he was involved in a fist fight with a teammate, and in 2011, he was indicted in Texas on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. That charge was later dismissed. The Patriots are 6-3 and in first place in the AFC East, despite a pass defense that ranks 29th in the league. 50 Cent Agrees To Fight Flovd Mavweather For $5,000,000 FLOYD MAYWEATHER VS so CENf Even though we all know this beef is make believe, it looks like someone is pony ing up real money to see Floyd Mayweather and so Cent square dance. Billionaire entrepreneur Alki David and Celebrity Boxing promoter Damon Feldman are breaking off undefeated boxing super star and Money Team leader and his former buddy $s,ooo,ooo each to settle their differences in the ring. Alki David has become known for offering beefing celebrity boatloads of money to get into the ring to fight each other, most recently offering Common and Drake th.e same amount to square off. "I'll fight him, Dec 14th is [too] soon. I would need time to get in shape. I'm 204 right now I hit that boy he will see a white light," 50 tweet ed. When asked why the rap per, an boxer, would step into the ring with an undefeated boxing legend, Curtis let us know ain't nothing more impor tant than the mula. "You box now?" a fan asked. "If they want to give me 5 mil lion, fool" Curtis respond ed. Floyd Mayweather has yet to respond to the chal lenge, but given their respective penchant for publicity stunts, this might really happen. ROBERT GRIFFIN, III It was a first for Mike Shanahan. The Washington Redskins, coming out of their bye week, voted to add captains to the group that has been in place since the start of the season and rookie quarterback Griffin, III was selected It s the first rookie Shanahan can recall being named captain. "It's very hard to vote a rookie to be your captain," Shanahan said. But mid way through the seaso n you say, 'Hey, he s our leader.' Griffin and defensive linemen Barry Cofield and Stephen Bowen were added as captains Special teams ace Lorenzo Alexander, linebacker London Fletcher and left tackle Trent Williams opened the season as cap tains. Sconle Pippen To Appear In chrlsbllas Carol' SCOTfiE PIPPEN CHICAGO -Former Bulls star Scottie Pippen will take the stage in the Goodman Theatre's A Christmas Carol. The theater said Thursday that Pippen will appear in the Dec. 14 pro duction with 7-year-old La'Ren Kimble from Make-A-Wish Illinois. La'Ren is from Rockford and has kidney cancer. The Make A-Wish Foundation says she loves acting and being in the limelight. The theater says Pippen and La'Ren will have specially tailored cos tumes. Pippen says he hopes to make La'Ren and the cast proud. Pippen helped the Bulls win six NBA championships in the 1990s. The Hall of Farner is now special adviser to the team's presi dent and chief operating officer. AD ELLA This week's Beauty Unlimited feature Is very special, because calls and letters continue to come In requesting to see her again. Adelia has remained humble In spite of all the attention, but don't think for one minute she's shy of hav ing the spotlight on her. Adelia has that special something that's hard to describe, and rare to find In young women today. She's very much a lady in the way she carries herself. She's also a hard worker, and has never been distracted from reaching her goals. Adelia stays active, and can be seen enjoying a night out on the town, if you re in the right place. Adelia enjoys the company of a man who is confident, hand some, financially secure and going somewhere in life. Congratulations to Adelia for appearing as our Beauty Unli mited feature again by popu lar demand. ., r-0 :!! c ,. en :::! z m r-m c: r rz "'0 c: m r-c;; :I: m c m < m c: m en c b-WNBA Plaver Holdsclaw In Jail On Assault Charge ,. z c .,. :!! c ATLANTA -Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw is in custody after being accused of shoot ing into a Woman' s car after using a bat to break its win dows. Atlanta police said Thursday that the incident happened Tuesday after the Olympic gold medalist fol lowed 29 year-old Jennifer Lacy to her car Lacy plays for the Tulsa Shock. No one was injured. Lacy identified the 35-year-old Holdsclaw, one of the biggest stars in women's col lege basketball history during her career at as an ex-girlfriend. They were' teammates with the Atlanta Dream in 2009. CHAMIQUE HOLDSCI.AW Holdsclaw was in custody Thursday night in Fulton County Jail. 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MR. WALTER 'WAYNE' DIXON Homegoing services for Mr. Walter "Wayne" Dixon of Tampa, who passed away on November 14, 2012, will be held on Tuesday, November 20, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 1902 West LaSalle Street, with Rev. Gregory Gay, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Walter Wayne Dixon was born on January 24, 1939, in Tampa. He was a member of Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church. c Wayne, as he was affection Q: ately called, enjoyed fishing, I.&. watching westerns, and also en C joyed cooking; especially frying z fish aild cooking crabs. He was preceded in death >by: his parents, Fred Dixon and C( Annie Klee Bunion Dixon; C brothers, Steve Dixon, Sr., and tn Curtis Dixon, Sr.; and nephew, W James Clark, Jr. He leaves to cherish his > memory: a devoted and loving 0::: wife, Dora Dixon; children, W Derek W. Dixon and Tscharner > E. Myrick; grandchildren, W Derykah D., Dyamond D. and C D'Mya Dixon, and Jason A. Dixon, Jr.; sisters, Authorine al Clark, Klee Williams, Con stance Preston and A1za Stanis Q. laus and husband Emmanuel; z sisters-in-law, Bettye Grant i= (Willie) and Alsiene Miller w (Hoy); nieces, Curtistine Dixon, ..J Constance Spinks (Roger), ..J Elisa Baker, Kenyetta Stockton, LaShaun Dixon and Melanie Richards; nephews, Morris W Clark, Curtis Dixon, Jr. (Joyce), z Curvis Dixon, Nawal Dixon i= (Lisa), Julian Dixon, Stevie z Dixon, Jr., Barry Dixon-Price, W Alton Dixon and Kenny Dixon; tn and a host of other cousins and very dear friends. C The visitation will be held on 0::: Monday, November 19, 2012, 0 from 4-7 p. m The family will ..J receive friends from 6-7 p. m. I.&. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Tuesday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Local Popular Tampan Loses .Bania With Pancreatic cancer BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor A popular Tampan, who was known for sharing his cooking skills, as well as, life's skills with the younger gener ation, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer Wednesday evening. Walter Wayne Dixon, a longtime resident of Tampa, who grew up in West Tampa, died at his home Wednesday evening. Dixon, known through-out the community as Wayne, had survived 2 transplants, but had been bat tling pancreatic cancer since February. In July 1994, he had a liver transplant. Then in 2006, he had a kidney transplant. He bounced back from those surgeries and continued to share his generosity: talking about Christ and doing what's right, cooking at various church functions (his fried fish and steamed crabs were specialties), taking peoHillsborough Countv To Hold Investiture 01 Commissioners, Organizational Meeting On Nov. 20 Hillsborough County will hold its investiture ceremony on Tues day, Nov. 20, at 9 a. m. to administer the oath of office to recently re-elected Commissioners Sandra L. Murman, Victor D. Crist, Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr., AI Higginbotham, and Kevin Beckner. The ceremony will be held in the 2nd Floor Boardroom, County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony. The public is invited. At 11 a.m. on the same day, County Commissioners will hold their annual organizational meeting, where they will vote on their new chair, vice chair and chaplain. They also will vote on the assign ments to various boards that Commissioners serve on, such as the Tampa Port Authority, Metropolitan Planning Organization and Children's Board of Hillsborough County, and decide who will serve as chair and vice chair for the Environmental Protection Commis sion. National 5-Hour Enerav Drinks Ched In The Deaths 0113 People, Feds lnvesuuate Getting five hours' (or more) worth of energy just might kill you. 5-Hour Energy, the com pact jolt of liquid vigor found on the counters of gas stations around the nation has been named in 13 deaths, and more than 30 hospitalizations, over the last four years. The federal government and the New York Attorney Gen eral s office have opened an in vestigation into the deaths, following a claim from the Food and Drug Administra tion. For the second time in a month, the FDA has named the energy drink, made by Living Essentials, in the deaths of sev eral people However, thereports do not necessarily point to s-Hour Energy being the cause of death, but may have been a contributor. "Ow Business Is Service" 3000 N 29th Tampa Fl3380!5 (800} 805-3350. (813) 248-6125 -.wi lhorn..com ple out to dinner or giving discounts on the services he of fered, especially to the elderly. He was very active in his church, Mt. Olive AME Church, where he was constantly encouraging young people. Dixon worked with Na tional and Pan-Am airlines for nearly 20 years before he started installing alarm systems until he retired. Recently, he talked with his family about going home from the hospital. They took him home on Wednesday and he passed later that evening. Funeral services for Dixon will be held on Tues day, November 20, 2012, at Mt Olive AME Church, 1902 LaSalle St. His survivors include his wife, Dora Dixon, daughter, Tsharner Myrick of Atlanta and son, Derek {DJ Doc 'D') Dixon. Aikens Funeral Home is handling arrangements. (See notice in this issue) Deadline Extended For Nominations For Women's HaiiOIFame The deadline to nominate an outstanding woman for the 2013 Hillsborough County Women s Hall of Fame has been extended to Monday, Nov. 26 at 5 p.m. The Hillsborough County Commission on the Status of Women will select up to three exceptional women for the 2013 Class of the Women s Hall of Fame. Inductees may also be honored posthu mously. The induction ceremony will be held March 28, 2013, at the Tampa Convention Center. Nomination forms are available online at www.hillsborough county.org/WHOF or by calling Brandon Wagner, Commission on the Status of Women at 813-276-2640. The Commission on the Status of Women created the Hillsbor ough County Women s Hall of Fame in 2011 to recognize women who have made significant contributions to the betterment of life for residents of Hillsborough County in areas such as business, ed ucation, philanthropy, military and public service. Thirteen women have now been inducted. Broolllvn Drug Dealer Donates Earnings To Hurricane SandV licdiDs Everyone is doing their part to help out the victims of Hur ricane Sandy, including a friendly neighborhood weed seller. While President Obama visited New York to take in the sites leftover by the storm, the unnamed Brooklyn dealer is putting his money where his mouth is. Speaking on the condition of anonymity the man said he turned over $700 to victims in Queens N.Y. Look, there are probably some people down there [in the Rockaways area of Queens] who want some marijuana-but that' s not going to clothe and feed them," he ex plained. "So in order for me to help, I needed to tum what I do into something concrete that I could give them. Mother And Son Awarded $4001 senlement In Minnesota Police Brutalitv Incident The city of St. Paul, Minn. settled a police brutality case last week, involving a mother and son. City council members voted to pay out $400,000 to Larelle Steward, and Daniela Hobbs, stemming from their lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court over a bru tality incident occurring in 2010. In accordance with the settlement both victims are notal lowed to speak to the media. Steward, 28, was kicked in the head, zip-tied and had his nose broken by the police offi cers back in 2010. Officer Matthew Yunker, and two other cops bolted through the door of the apartment that Steward shared with h i s mother, Hobbs, who is dis abled.

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Nationa De11ocrauc Lan. alen Propose Bills To Collbatlonu Voter Lines Citizens wait in a long line to vote in the presidential election at Community House November 6, 2012.in Detroit, Michigan. Senator -Chris Coons (D-DE) and Rep. George Miller (D-CA) have both proposed legislation aimed at shortening long lines on Election Day. In the l ight of infamously slow voting lines that plagued states like Florida and Ohio th i s year Coons introduced the Louis L Redding Fair, Accurate, Secure and Timely (FAST) Voting Act of 2012. It' s modeled after President Obama's Race to the Top education program and it will reward states with federal grants if they make voting a quicker and more efficient process Besides long lines at the polls, which some people waited in for up to nine hours, this election season also had I CEI/Prlslll shorter early voting periods, photo ID and poll location confuS i on, and reports of un counted ballots. Coons hasn't set a dollar amount for the grants yet, but in order to qualify for them states would need to improve their voting process by: Providing flexible r egistra tion opportunities, including same-day registration; Pro viding early voting, at a mini mum of 9 of the 10 calendar days preceding an election; Providing absentee voting in cluding no-excuse absentee voting; Providing assistance to voters who do not speak English as a primary lan guage; and Providing assis tance to voters with disabilities, including visual impairment. Federal 111111 Chldslhle Sacratan II State This election, the issue of voter disenfranchisement was front and center in several key states across the country. 'One of the most-controversial moves in the case of voter sup pression and the potential robbery of democracy oc curred in the battleground state of Ohio Republican Secretary Of State Jon Husted's decision to change the rules just days before the election was "a fla grant violation of a state elec tions law, wrote U.S. District Judge Algenon Marbley on Tuesday. On November 2, Husted issued a directive to local elec tion officials to reject certain provisional ballots from voters who didn't follow explicit in structions of identification on the ballot application. Judge Marbley ruled that Husted violated a state law that instructs poll workers to fill out ballot application; the directiv.e would have put the onus on the voter to fill out the form. Husted also vio lated a federal court agree ment that would protect provisional ballots from rejec-: tion due to poll worker error. .111-CJ PelOSI Decides To SIIV on As House Dams Leader z 0 < WASHINGTONFormer House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday she will run to keep her job as the Democratic leader in the House, after a pair of elec tions that kept the party in the minority there even as Democrats gained seats in the Senate and a second term for President Barack .obama. "My colleagues made it very clear: 'Don t even think of leaving'," m she recalled at a news conference, surrounded m :::u by women lawmakers. NANCY PELOSI I have made a decision to submit my name to my col leagues to once again serve as the House Democratic leader. Allan west ReiectsaoP oner Tolunln Georgia After losing his seat to Democrat challenger Patrick Murphy, Rep. Allen West turned down an offer to run for office in Georgia from the state s Republican Party chairwoman, Sue Everhart, saying that he' not an "NFL free agent." In an interview, West ad dressed Everhart's offer,'he said, "Look, let me tell you something I have moved my wife around for 20-some-odd years, being in the military, and she was also the daughter of a ca reer mili tary guy." "When I retired, she chose Florida. That' s ., r-0 where my :::u daughter's REP.ALLEN B in school, WFST : in college, m my youngest daughter's in high school. That s our home. z It's a very nice thing, but I'm J!! not an NFL free agent." m c: 1111!111,.. ... 1= g) z c: m r-c;; % m c m < m ca hin3Davs tor Your Homel -1 c: m en c ,.. z c ., c : 813-615-1040 ........ 111 UDI&IIM.IIIITnralll .. l .. lllll .. .._

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....... I ..-. .&e. ..... --. a.-.-.:-.'a ....... ... ._...,.,,.,!8.-....... .,...... .... ............... .._..._ ,....._., _... ....... ..-... ........ .. ......... W ......... .................. .._.__....,...._,._, South Dakota Tax Fraud case Linked To Bav Area agreement with each other to defraud the U .S. Department of Treasury, by obtaining and aiding to obtain the payment and allowance of false, ficti tious, and fraudulent" income tax claims. The spokesman further stat-RAUNTA CHARLIE STANISlAUS ADAMS ed the defendants were arrested and appeared in court in Tampa, however, the case is being MELISSA investigated DINATALY by the office in South Dakota. Woman Robbed In Winn Dixie Parking lot The Hillsborough County I.L Sheriffs Office reported that c on Wednesday, November Z 14th, a woman was robbed in Ill( the parking lot of a Winn Dixie Store on Bearss c en w = .... > a: Avenue. Deputies said at 5:45 p. m a man, seen on surveillance footage entering the store, saw the victim paying for her W groceries. GJ Deputies said when the c woman left the store the susW pect was seen following her outside. As she is walking to :J her vehicle, deputies said the m suspect approached the woman from behind and z forcefully took four gold Wi= chains from around her neck ..1 He was then seen getting into ..1 a light colored SUV and flee ing the area. This is a surveillance photo of a man suspected of robbing a woman in the parking lot of a Wmn Dixie Store on Bearss. old, 5'8" to 6 feet tall, and weighing 140 to 150 pounds Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call (813) 247-8200 _. The suspect is described as W a Black male, 20 to 25 years z------------------------------------------i= z w en Ill( c iE 0 ..1 I.L Plant Citv Woman Charged With Killing Her lntant Son On Thursday, Plant City Police responded to a suspi cious person call from a person living near West Grant and South Alexander St r eets. When the officers arrived they found Talae Thomas, 30, laying in the median She told them she had lost her baby and needed to go to the hospital for medical attention When the officers drove to her apartment to investigate, they found a s-week-old infant dead. Thomas was subsequently arrested and charged with killing her son, Chase, and aggravated child abuse. Detectives said statements made by Thomas indicated the infant died as a result of criminal activity. w Family member s of C!J Thomas said she is a loving mother, but also suffers from Talae Thomas and her infant son, Chase. a history of mental breakdowns. Police reported that Thomas was declared legally disabled because of her psychiatric issues. They also reported that she had lived with her father, but moved out six months ago. Thomas is being held with outbond. lsabotnb Founder Sentenced On IURIPie Charges DAVID GAY Standing in a courtroom Friday, Isabomb Records founder, David Gay, listened to a judge reading off the charges he had been facing before his sentence was announced. Gay was arrested October 12, 2012 on RICO and drug trafficking charges, and was facing a lengthy prison sen tence. However, according to Assistant State Attorney, Mark Cox, Judge William Fuente sentenced Gay to 12 years in Florida State Prison on all the charges. Gay's prison sentence will be followed by 10 years of drug offender probation. Teenaaen lnlsted After Braaklnalmo lome LAKELAND Lakeland Police arrested four teenagers Wednesday after they allegedly broke into_ a house About 1 p. m., police were called to a home in the 500 block of Arapahoe Avenue after a report of a burglary in progress When officers arrived, they saw four teenagers fleeing the home, and jumping over a fence behind the home. The sus pects fled again after they were seen hiding in bushes by officers, but were caught nearby. A 15year-old, 16-year-old and two 17-year-olds were arrested. They reportedly had property belonging to the victim in their posses sion, police said, as well as a loaded handgun found in a jacket that the suspects had thrown away. All four teenagers were transported to the Lakeland Police Department and then to the Juvenile Assessment Center where each was charged with burglary of a dwelling. One was also charged with false information to a law enforcement officer Man Facing lite Sentence Wins Appeal In December 2001, Shannon Clark, 34, was sentenced to life in prison for a murder and home invasion in December 2000. After spending ll years in prison, Clark has been granted an appeal on the charges. He said evidence was submitted during his trial that should have never been presented. "I also feel efforts have been made to keep me from introducing facts that will prove I'm not guilty of murder. I'm happy that I will now get that chance. "This was a death penalty case, and one of the people who testified against me said I had shot a man during a home invasion, out a detective had said someone else l did the shooting. The person who testified against me shouldn' t have been allowed, because he knew nothing about what actually happened." SHANNON CLARK Clark said he was never granted the right to face his accuser, and he had people testify he was in Georgia when this happened. "I'm just happy that I'll get the chance to let the court review new information that I'm sure will exonerate me. Clark said he was sentenced two days before Christmas, and that is something that will always stay in his mind. Suspects Sought In Teen's Anemptad Abduction ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police are searching for two men involved in the attempted abduction of a 13-year-old girl last Tuesday. Police said the girl reported that she was walking home from her school bus stop and was walking down 31st Street when she saw two men sitting on the front porch of a vacant house. The teen said she had seen the two men in the neighborhood before, but does not know them. As she passed the house, one of the men called out to her, but she ignored him and kept walking. That man then reportedly ran up behind the teen, grabbed her, and pulled her to the ground. She screamed and tried to fight him off, but he continued to hold her, dragging her towards the vacant house where the second man was sitting, police said. The teen was struck by the suspect as she resisted, and as the struggle continued, police said a unidentified man ran up and pushed the suspect, yelling at him to let the girl go. As a result, the victim was able to break free from the suspect and where reported the incident to her mother who called police. The victim told police the second suspect never spoke or took any action in the attack, and potentially may be considered a witness Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the two suspects or the Good Samaritan who helped the victim. Detectives are asking for help in identifying the sus pects as well as the Good Samaritan The suspects are described as Black males in their early 20s, and the Good Samaritan was described as a older white male. Anyone with infonp.ation is asked to call (727) 893nso. UNCLE SANDY Don't allow others 7, 11, 14, 19 to decide what you are 23, 28; 30, 31, what you will be 32, 35, 38, 40 or what you want to be, do that yourself 44, 48, 49, 53

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II LEGAL NOTICES II ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Date Issued : November 17, 2012 The Housiog Authority of the City of Tampa (the "Authority") will receive sealed bids for Job Order Contracts IFB FY2012..()4 ORED until 9:00a.m., IFB FY2012-Q5 ORED unti l 11:00 a.m., and IFB FY2012-Q6 .0RED until2:00 P:m. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), on the dates indicated in the Bid Table below, in the 3rd Floor Contracting Conference Room 346 of the Authority's Contracting Offices located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the above stated time may not be considered. This Advertisement for Bid pertains to three (3) Job Order Contracts (hereinafter called JOC). A JOC is a competitive bid resulting in a firm fixed priced indefinite quantity construction contract. The Scope of Work includes a collection of detailed repair, construction, replacement and demolition tasks with related performance specifications and pre-established unit prices. The contracts are for the accomplishment of repair, alteration, modernization, maintenance, rehabilitation, demolition and construction of infrastructure, buildings, structures, or other real property. Work is accomplished by means of issuance of a job order against the contract. Under the JOC contract. the Contractor is required to furnish all ancillary design, management, documentation, labor, materials and equipment 'needed to perform the work. Bid Table The bid dates and contract values for the referenced Job Order Contracts are as follows: Bid Bid Due Minimum Maximum Contract Maximum Contract Number Dim Contract Yalue Term Valye TotaiValye IFB FY2012-04 ORED 12/13//12 $50,000.00 $1 ,000,000.00 $3 000 000 00 IFB FY2012-05 ORED 12/13//12 $50 000 00 $2,000 000.00 $6 000,000 00 IFB FY2012-06 ORED 12/13//12 $50,000 00 $3,000,000 00 $9,000 000.00 Each contract will have an initial term equal to one (1) Contract Term. A Contract Term is defined as one (1) year from the date of contract award or when the Maximum Contract Term Value is achieved, whichever occurs first. Each contract will include an option for two (2) additional Contract Terms. The total term of the contract shall not exceed three (3) years. Such additional Oontract Terms shall be subject to the sole discretion of the Authority. It is the current intention of Authority to award at least one (1) Job Order Contract for each contract number under this solicitation on the basis of the lowest and tnost responsible bid. However, Authority reserves the right to award multiple contracts, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest. Such multiple awards shall not affect the Minimum Contract Valu e, the Maximum Contract Term Value, or the Maximum Contract Total Value, as stated above, for each contract awarded. The Authority will award only one JOC contract to a single Contractor under this Advertisement (i.e., no Contractor will be awarded more than one JOC contract) The Authority further reserves the right to award no Contracts under a given Contract number or all Contract numbers, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest. As a condition of bidding, prospective Bidders must attend a Mandatory pre-bid conference and purchase a copy of the contract documents on CD ROM. The pre-bid conference will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 27th, 2012. The agenda of the pre-bid conference will include: discussing the JOC concept; reviewing the Contract Documents; discussing the details of the Authority's JOC program; discussing JOC from a Contractor's viewpoint (including how to calculate a bid) ; answering bidder's questions; and other bid considerations. The pre-bid conference will be held in the 3rd Floor Contracting Conference Room 346 of the Authority's offices located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa Florida, and last approximately two hours and thirty minutes. At the pre-bid conferences, each attendee will be required to sign-in and provide his/her name, title, company he/she is representing, phone number, fax number and e-mail address. Each attendee will be required to provide a fax number and a street address at which to receive addenda information. Any Bidder submitting a bid and who was not represented and signed in the pre-b id conference may be deemed nonresponsive. If the bidder is a joint venture, at least one party of the joint venture must have been represented and signed in at the pre-bid conference or the joint venture may be deemed nonresponsive. The Bidder must hold, at the time of Bid, a Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) issued Division 1General Contractors license that allows the Bidder to perform commerciaVresidential construction unlimited in height within Hillsborough County. If the bidder is a joint venture, the joint venture i tself will be considered a separate and distinct organization and must be in compliance with all requirements of the state statutes and the Florida CILB regulations. A copy of the contract documents may be obtained by qualified contractors on CD ROM for $100.00 (non-refundable) from the Authority. Contract documents may be examined and purchased at the Authority's contracting offices located at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607 Questions regarding this solicitation for bids may be directed to: Mr. Nicholas Dickerson, Contract i -ng Officer at (813) 341-9101 ext. 3500. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days subsequent to the opening of bids without prior written consent of the Authority. The Housing Authority the City of Tampa Is an Equal Opportunlty. Employer .FLSENTINEL.COM www.facebook.com/flsentinel www.twitter .corn/flsentinelb I=UPLOYMENT dll $50.00 For Everyone You Refer To Us $300.00 Credit Cards Paid Everyone Better Faster Cable I Internet (813) 842 Drivers: Local Great Pay And Benefits Home Every Day .,.. r Paid Holidays/Vacation 0 401K :!! COL-A w/X End School Grads ('ccepted tn m z 866-358-3937 -4 z m r m II HOMES FOR SALE II c:: r r gJ z amps -Thirty Two ., c: m 2 Bedroorn/1.5 Bath Units r Includes 2,200 Sq. Ft u; % Residence On 3.5 Acres m 0 Entire Site Is Fence m With Electronic < m Entrance Gate $685,000 -4 c:: m Call (813) 857-8354 tn 0 II II ,.. FOR RENT z 0 .,.. :!! Section 8 Accepted Apartment 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath CA/H, Deposit (813) 453-Q123 Condo Pond VIew Near Busch 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Gated Community Swimming Pool Laundry Water And Sewer Included J C) (813) 390-4169 m ..... .....

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c a: u. c z w c w ::a: en ::::; m ::: Ill. z i= w ..... ..... ::: m ..... w z i= z w en ; a: 0 ..... u. co -IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.:-12-CA-Q07161 DIV.C SECURITY BANK, Plaintiff vs. CLIFTON RICHARDS, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CLIFTON RICHARDS, NEPTUEN GARDENS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause in the C i rcuit Court for Hillsborough .County, Florida the clerk, Pat Frank, will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County Florida: Unit No. 16 of Neptune Gardens, Condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium recorded In O.R. Book 17698, at Page 740, and all exhibits and amendments thereof, and recorded In Condominium Plate Book 23, Page 147, Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. The Real Property or Its address Is commonly known as: 3914 Neptune St., Unit 16, Tampa, FL 33629. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash at www.hlllsborough.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M. on December 10. 2012. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of this lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; (813) 272-7040, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving this notification If the time before the scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving this notHicatlon If the time before the scheduled appearance Is less than 7 days; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. Dated this 14th day of November 2012. JONES, WALKER, WAECHTER, POITEVENT, CARRERE & DENEGRE, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 201 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131 Telephone: (305) 679-5700 Facsimile: (305) 679-5710 By: Ben H. Harris Ill, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0049866 Todd Feldman, Esq. Florida Bar No. 064n21 Kenneth S. Steely, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0084714 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION Case No.: 12-CA-Q07625 SECURITY BANK, Plaintiff vs. NANCY BALDANZA, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NANCY BALLDANZA, NEPTUEN GARDENS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause, in the circuit court for Hillsborough County, Florida, the clerk, Pat Frank, will sell the properties situ_ated in Hillsborough County Florida: Unit No. 21 of Neptune Gardens, a Condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium recorded in O.R. Book 17698, Page 740, and all exhibits and amendments thereof, and recordect in Condominium Plate Book 23, Page 147, Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash at www.hlllsborough.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M. on December 10. 2012. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of this lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; (813) 272-7040, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving this notification If the time before the scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance Is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Dated this lllb day of November 2012. JONES, WALKER, WAECHTER, POITEVENT, CARRERE & DENEGRE, L.L.P Attorneys for Plaintiff 201 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 2600 Miami; FL 33131 {305) 679-5700 Facsimile: (305) 679-5710 By: Ben H. Harris Ill, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0049866 Todd Feldman, Esq. Florida Bar No. 064n21 Kenneth S. Steely, Esq. 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I l,l;;;;;;; I II APTS. FOR RENT II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.: 12-CA-007159 DIV.I SECURITY BANK, Plaintiff vs. KEITH DOUGLAS OSGOOD, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH DOUGLAS OSGOOD, NEPTUEN GARDENS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause, in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, the clerk, Pat Frank, will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County Florida: Unit No. 5 of Neptune Gardens, a Condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium recorded In O.R. Book 17698, at Page 740, and all exhibits and amendments thereof, and recorded In Condominium Plat Book 23, Page 147, Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash at www.hlllsborough.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M. on December 10. 2012. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of this lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; (813) 272-7040, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or Immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification If the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated this Hlb. day of November 2012. JONES, WALKER, WAECHTER, POITEVENT, CARRERE & DENEGRE, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 201 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131 Telephone: (305) 679-5700 Facsimile: (305) 679-5710 By: Ben H. Harris Ill, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0049866 Todd Feldman, Esq. Florida Bar No. 064n21 Kenneth S. Steely, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0084714 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.: 12-CA-Q07157 DIV.G SECURITY BANK, Plaintiff vs. KEITH DOUGLAS OSGOOD, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH DOUGLAS OSGOOD, NEPTUEN GARDENS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, the clerk, Pat Frank, will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County Florida: Unit No. 6 of Neptune Gardens, a Condominium, according to the Declaration of Condominium recorded In O.R. Book 17698, at Page 740, and all exhibits and amendments thereof, and recorded In Condominium Plat Book 23, Page 147, Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash at www.h]llsborough.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M. on December 10.2012. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of this lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; (813) 272-7040, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appeara nce, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. Dated this Hlb. day of November 2012. JONES, WALKER, WAECHTER, POITEVENT, CARRERE & DENEGRE, L.L.P. Attorneys for Plaintiff 201 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131 Telephone: (305) 679-5700 Facsimile: (305) 679-5710 By: Ben H. Harris Ill, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0049866 Todd Feldman, Esq. Florida Bar No. 064n21 Kenneth S. Steely, Esq. Florida Bar No. 0084714 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 Busch Gardens 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 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) n4-1044 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 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. #A $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 23&:6353 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT -------------------t c: m tn .:< z m 3: m m :::D N 9 N 0 ...... N -n r-0 :::D tn m z :::! z m r-m c: r r m -t. z ., c: m r-u; :2: m c m < m -4 c: m tn c )> z c -n :::D 6

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Nr---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..c a: I.L c z C( c 0 w :;:) .... ri w > w c w :t: 0 :::::i m :;:) Q. z ...J ...J :;:) m ...J w z w 0 a: 0 ...J I.L 0 N w CJ Florida Department of Transportation District Seven PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Florida Department of Transportation, District Seven, invites you to participate in the Five-Year Tentative Work Program Public Hearing for F iscal Years July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2018. The Tentative Work Prog!am covers the next five years of preliminary engineering r i ght-of-way acquisit ion, construction and public transportation projects for Citrus, Hernando Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas counties and includes Florida's Turnpike Enterpr ise projects in these counties. This hearing is being conducted pursuant to Chapter 120 and 339. 135(4)(d), Florida Statutes. The hearing will be held: Thursday, December 13, 2012, 1 :30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. The hearing is being conducted as a webinar, (GoToMeeting) which is a live presentation delivered over the internet. Registration Is required prior to joining the webinar. Please visit the website below to register: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/694923Q66 If you do not have access to a computer or the internet, remote viewing locations are provided at each of the following locations: Florida Dept. of Transportation, 11201 N. McKinley Dr, Tampa, FL 33612 Citrus County: Inverness Gov't Building, 212 W. Main Street, Inverness, FL 34450 Hernando County: MPO Offices, 20 N. Main St, Brooksville, FL 34601 Hillsborough County: MPO Offices, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Floor, Tampa, FL 33601 Pasco County: West Pasco Gov't Center, 8731 Citizens Dr., New Port Richey, FL 34654 Pinellas County: MPO Offices, 310 Court Street, Clearwater, FL 33755 The department will receive verbal and written comments from organizations and the general public at each location Written comments not received at the public hearing must be postmarked by December 26, 2012 to become part of the official public hearing record. Written comments may be mailed to: Debbie Hunt, Director ofTransportatlon Development, Florida Department of Transportation, 11201 N. McKinley Drive, MS 7-100, Tampa, Florida 33612-6456. Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Lori Marable, Public Involvement Coordinator, at (813) 975-6405 or (800) 226-7220 at least seven days prior to the hearing. BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Monday@ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $1 0.00 1 Words And 6Qe For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) PUR 2013-03 RFP Website Redesign CBHC REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Website Redesign, Development and Hosting Services For more informat i on including deadlines visit: www.ChildrensBoard.org and click on Purchasing The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) PUR 2013-()4 RFP Software Support and Maintenance CBHC REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Software Support and Maintenance Services For more information, including deadlines, visit: www.ChildrensBoard org and click on Purchasing. II APTS. FOR RENT II II 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 813-9n-1663 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, GROCERY STORES, SHOPPING CENTERS, FLEA MARKETS, RESTAURANTS PLEASE CONTACT OUR LEASING CENTER 813-9n-1663 TTY/TOO: 711 OR VISIT 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33612 DUPLEXES North Tampa 1 Bedroom/1 Duplex Newly Renovated Ceramic Floors $450 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcomed Call (813) 505-9728 > First Month Rent Free $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $575 00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 II II No Credit Check 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Newly Renovated $675 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 857-7656 II EFFrCIENCY II 1 Bedroom Efficiency Cathedral Ceilings Bay Windows Nicely Furnished TV, Utilities Included Weekly Bi-Weekly Monthly Must See To Believe (813) 789-3574 II DUPLEXES II Large 1 Bedroom Duplex AIC, All Appliances Included $425.00/Monthly Drive By 2707 27th Street For More Information 8008 North 11th treet Apartment #B Completely Renovated 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Upon Approval (813) 318-1523 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 Minimum $1 ,200.00/Month Total To Qualify (954) 30D-1002

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