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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area < c a: Q ...1 LL. SEE PAGE 5-B VOL. 68 NO 28 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23 2012 48 PAGES 75C Founder Ollocal Prostate Awareness Program Dies SEE PAGE 2-A 3 Blacks Amana 13 Promoted It Tampa Police Dept SEE PAGE 8-A Stabbings AI Club leave Four People lniured SEE PAGE 23-A CAST OF GOSPEl PlAY SHARES WAYS TO RESPOND TO GOD'S WORD The cast of"Oh My God! I Can't ... Breathe" performed before an enthusiastic audience on two evening at the Word of Grace and Truth Church. The play, written by Shavon Graham was based on Mark 4 that talks about the 4 soils-way side, stony ground, thorns and good ground. Arthur McKay was the producer. Cast members who performed were: seated, Brenda Buster, Jaygina Robinson, Evony Williams, Francina Dozier, Paula Jordan, Kaylen Range and Aisha Afre. Standing, Arthur McKay, Kenneth James, Gerald Nixon, Chianti Starks, Rashad Jackson, Trevor Thomas, James Walker, Lawrence Range, Reginald Williams, Amani Brown and Shavon Graham. (Photo by Enrico Chow of Chow and Scott Keepsakes)

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.... oat (";' a: w m :E w > 0 z >"' ic( n Who Brought Awareness 01 Prostate Cancer To Area Dies 01 Another Cancer c a: LL BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The man who brought awareness of prostate cancer to the Tampa Bay commu nity died Sunday of small cell cancer Mrs. Lillie Samuels said her husband, Robert (Bob) Samuels, had been having bouts with the aggressive cancer since July. Death came Sunday morning (5:30a.m.) while he was in the care of LifePath Hospice. Bob was 74 years old. Samuels retired as Vice President of Manufacturer Hanover's Corporate Banking and International Sector (JPMorgan Chase) in 1992. He was one of the first Black banking Vice Presidents in the nation. Within in 2 years after arriving in the area, Samuels was diagnosed with prostate cancer, an ailment he says he was ignorant about ; but learned that African American males were more vulnerable to. He had retired, coming to Tampa to be close to the Caribbean islands, which he visLL ited often. He took a different direction and C decided to learn everything he could about z 4( prostate cancer Not long afterwards, he became the c foundirig chairman of the National Prostate f3 Cancer Coalition and the Florida Prostate ;::) Cancer Network. He began organizing health ... fairs on prostate cancer, initially for Black fi: men, but later to include all men. The health W fairs are still being held, now with Moffitt G:i Cancer Center hosting them. C In 1999, Samuels had throat cancer and !I! fought back to the community. en "He touched and saved many lives," Bobby Bowden would say on the death of ;::) Samuels. "He was a great impact on this community," he continued. 3: Mrs. Samuels would echo those senti ru ments, stating that of all the things her hus :::t band did, he was most concerned about people and their quality of health. Before ...1 coming to Tampa, Samuels organized W health fairs in Harlem at the branch bank where he worked. z w en 4( c a: 0 ..I LL FREE Samuels has a number of accolades to his credit. He organized the National Associ ation of Urban Bankers, established a bankers' funding program to contribute to the UNCF (to date more than $so million has been donated). Although very ill, with the as sistance of his wife, Samuels was preparing to speak on December 4th with bankers at Bank of America. His awards are numerous: wax figure in Baltimore's Wax Museum; 2002 USA Olympic Torchbearer; and national, state and local honors. Earlier this year, Samuels released a book, Don't Tell Me I Can't, that entails his life. Funeral services will be held Monday, No vember 26, 2012, 11 a m at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, where the couple wor ships. Burial will be at a later date at Arling ton Cemetery. Ray Williams Funeral Home is handling services In addition to his wife, Samuels is sur vived by 3 sons, and 3 grandchildren. News Alert: The Flortda Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000
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0 Features A Year After Deaths, Fallilv Still Coping With Loss m BY IRIS B. HOLTON > Sentinel City Editor 0 z I C family in shock. Now, they ff: continue to cope bond and find ways to deal with their loss independently. On November 16, 2011, Ms. Monica Alvarez, 27, and her friend, Ms. Shanita Little, 23, were walking down N. 43rd Street, at 7:45 p.m. Ms. Alvarez, who was 6 months pregnant, was pushing her daughter, Imani Golden, in her stroller, and Ms. Little was pushing her daughter, Marquisha Wilson, in a second stroller. Daryl Oliver struck both women as they walked along the edge of the street. He >pulled over and immediately called 9-1-1. a: Ms. Alvarez and her I.L daughter, Imani, were air lifted to Tampa General c( Hospital. Ms. Alvarez and her unborn child died. c A year later, Ms. Nicole f3 Walker, Ms. Alvarez's ::::) older sister is still struggling with her loss. "The people at a: w > w MS. MONICA ALVAREZ 9/15/84 --11/16/11 Johnson Court were really nice. They allowed me to have a birthday party for my sister and an early birthday party for Imani. There were about 100 people who came to the gravesite and about 100 who attended the party." After the tragedy, Ms. Walker campaigned for streetlights and a sidewalk in memory of her sister. Those things were accomplished. She also said she was goi ng to get clean and stay clean. I really believe God took my sister to get to me. I'm one year clean and doing IMANl GOLDEN Still recovering from accident well. Each of us have our memories and moments, but we support each other and our family is holding up. It has really been hard for us. "When I have my days, I just lean on God for under standing. I go to the cemetery and take her flowers, and that makes me feel bet ter." Even though she was devastated by the loss of her sister, Ms. Walker was equally shocked over the condition of her niece. "Imani suffered brain damage from the accident and her hip was out of place. c w :r: tn ::::J m ::::) Q. z BLICKLAWFIRM Accidents. Injury Criminal DUI ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z z w tn c( c a: 0 ...J I.L FORMER PROSECUfOR. FORMER MARINE. MS. NICOLE WALKER Sister of the victim Now, she is doing a lot bet ter." Born on September 30th, Imani was 1-year-old at the time of her mother's death. She remained in the hospi tal for three months. She is now relearning some things Pinellas Ms. Nicole Walker deals with the loss by visiting her sister's grave. because of the accident. Her aunt said she is trying to talk and she gets frustrated when the words don't come out right. But, she praises Imani's grandmother for caring for her niece and being a blessing in her life. Proura11 onen Help For Those With DeveiOPIIental Disabilities Sunrise Community, Incorporated wants to recruit students that have develop mental disabilities to attend and train in their new pro gram. The New Sunrise Career Building Program" wants to train and prepare those who qualify for employment opportunities. The training program is Monday through Friday, and completely free of charge Career Developer, Lorene Poole, said they will provide free transportation to and from the training center with in the St. Petersburg, Largo, Clearwater, Seminole, and the Pinellas Park area. Any other areas are welcome if they have transportation. To take advantage of this opportunity, you must be 18 years and older with develop mental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism, spinal bifida, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, Dow Syndrome, and Prader Willi Syndrome. The training hours are from 9 a.m. unti11 p.m. and part time employment opportuni ties are available. You can apply in person at 1401 5th Avenue, North in St. Petersburg, or call Lorene Poole at (813) 263-5734. There are people who can assist you with completing the application. LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWYER EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Ch..,ter 7 ($500 a. Up} 220 E Mad1son Ste #1110 FL 33602 www.fordlawf1rrn.org (813) 223-1200

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some of the biggest alleged bailers talked about in maga-z zines and rap lyries. Men like 0 St. Petersburg s Wonder Man, New York's David 3: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per i odical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) s : KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL8-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subecrlptlone-$44.00-6 Monthe Both Edltlone: $87.0G-Per Yr Both Edltlone. OplnloM exprened on eclltort.l of thle by Columnlete or Writers, do not -..rtly reflect the edltort.l etence of The Florld8 Sentinel Bulletin or the Publleher. we Need To Be Thankful T his holiday season as we try to fathom a list of things we should be thankful about,-is to start from the top and work our way down. For us African Americans, the thanks we give to America and to God is indeed, Biblical. For, we have lived to see something, which very few of us ever believed would happen in our lifetimes. The United States of America would a Black man as its Chief Executive, not just once, but twice. We are thankful, therefore, because we no longer have to lie about what our children can become. They can become president of the nughtiest nation ever to exist in the history of the world. And for that, we are thankful. Next on our list of Thanksgivings is our collective appreciation for the men and women who have kept America from experiencing a second 9-1-1 catastrophe, not only in New York City, but in any and every city across our land. We also thank the Obama administration for bringing our soldiers home from Iraq and soon, home from Afghanistan. We are thankful that Hurricane Sandy did no more than she coulddo. And most of all, we give thanks that our children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren still live in a land where \ife is cherished and dreams can grow. For, we are Americans. Regardless of our momentary stupidities and monetary ills, God still has His hand on us. And for that, we, the People, are exceedingly thankful. First Order 01 Business--For President Obama: u. s. Tax Code T o have been there and to have seen it with our own eyes: President Obama's meeting with 12 CEOs of the Fortune soo's top companies (three of which paid no taxes for 2-3 years between 2008 and 2010) was a dream come true for America. One week after his election, the President discussed America's future and how to avoid the "fiscal cliff," which economic prognosticators predict will befall our country if something isn't. done quickly. No doubt, payment of zero taxes or less by multi-billion-dollar profit companies was dis cussed openly and honestly. At the end of the meetings, photo-ops were granted, and no curse-words were leveled at one another. We certainly hope President Obama will include such billionaire company CEOs in any discussion with Republicans when reviewing America's tax code. No doubt, such companies used unprecedented tax loopholes, which weren't available to average taxpayers. Studies recently released by the Citizens for Tax Justice and by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy found 280 of America's largest and most lucrative corporations from 2008 through 2010 reported pretax U. s. profits of $1.4 trillion, and paid less than half of the 35% corporate income tax rate. Sources indicate that when President Ronald Reagan took office and discovered the high level of corporate tax dodging, he enacted the 1986 Tax Reform Act, which reversed many of the corporate tax loopholes in place at that time. However, after years of slowly reinstating those 1986 cuts, Congress must now meet a mandate to restore what a Republican pres-ident did on behalf of the American people in 1986. Here's hoping the heart of America's new Congress has gained common sense. N ot long ago I decided to make a pizza. It was nothing special by free world standards. Just a simple, no meat, cheesy pie with jalapeno peppers as the topping. The entire set up may have cost me six bucks. While the finished product sat on top of my locker, an other inmate walked by my room, caught a glimpse of the concoction I threw together and made the unsolicited com ment, "You Ballin' huh?" To which I sarcastically replied, "You know I gotta do it big on the weekends." Our exchange was all part of an ongoing inside joke. A mutual, unspoken under standing among almost every one locked up on how far prison reduces a person after they hit that state or federal roadblock on their way to street fame and fortune. To those unfamiliar with hip urban lingo, the term "ballin'" Oeaving the 'g' off adds to the slickness of the phrase) is used to describe the actions of anyone performing or living at a level higher than the norm. Think Lebron James winning the NBA league MVP, the Championship and a gold medal all in one year or some one like Sean "Jay-Z" Carter renting out an entire hospital just so his wife, Beyonce, could have their baby in privacy. It is a phrase that has been circulating through inner city neighborhoods for over twenty years. And people like James and Mr. Carter fit the profile of individuals who are affec tionately known as "bailers. Whenever I hear that word now I can't help but laugh. Not because it's Eddie Murphy funny or because it's outdated, but because of everything a person will put himself through to obtain something close to resembling that label. When I look around me I realize that just about every one I've encountered in this environment, including my self, risked life, limb and free dom to create a temporary illusion of being able to claim that same elite status. But, the truth of the matter is that for the most part, we were faking. The little things purchased from ill-gotten gains, cars, clothes, rims and jewelry are really nothing more than stage props used to sell an image in a show, trinkets that hide the true shallowness underneath. And like all productions de signed to entertain, once the show ends, someone comes along to pack everything up and take it away. What is usually left is the actor stripped to his core and exposed for all his normalness. And the saddest part is watch ing this individual attempt to hold on to the fantasy by re living the illusion through the oilly thing he has left ... His sto ries. Since I've been down I have had conversations with Stand On ShakV Ground 0 n Tuesday, a 19-member Citizen Safety and Protection Task Force com missioned by Governor Rick Scott, released a final report of its findings on Florida's "Stand Your Ground" Law. Since the February shoot ing death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, this law has been under much scrutiny. So much so, that Florida's Governor had to call a task force for its review. Correct me if I'm wrong but, shouldn't there have beeri a review of this law before it was put into effect? Maybe this was the first problem. The 2qos "Stand Your Ground" law allows a person to use deadly force if they feel in danger of great harm. If someone approaches me holding a jar of slimy, squirming, worms, I'm going to feel in danger of great harm, for the simple fact that I am terrified of worms. I say this to make the point of how vague the wording of this law is, and how an indi vidual can easily misconstrue and interpret it for his/her own benefit. In the seven years since this law was passed, 'justifi able homicides' have more than doubled and applications for concealed weapons per mits have tripled. Not to men tion the cases where lives have been taken and "Stand Your Ground" has been used in the defense. With this said, the Citizen Safety and Protection Task Force only recommended minor changes in the law Hyatt, Miami's Bo Didley aJ and J-Rock of B.M.F. fame, are all on record for making 1\) millions during their glory w years in the so-called game They had it all as masters of their craft. G-5 planes, man sions with elevators inside, women of every persuasion and the respect that came with it was the norm. But if you asked them today, to a man, they would say that they would give up every penny if it meant avoiding what they found at the other end of the line. Twenty years-to-life sentences in federal penitentiaries. They discovered, like most of us who've come to our senses, that real 'ballin' isn't about the quantity of things that you can bring into your life. It is about the quality of the life you are to live. Whenever I open the paper and see another person jammed up on charges while attempting to be the next ;!! Nino Brown or John 0 Dillinger, it amazes me that :::D some people still haven't fig6 ured that out yet. )lo This weekend,in honor of the holiday, I think 111 treat myself again by adding two 3 z ounce mackerels to my bowl of m ramen noodles instead of the usual one. What can I say? Ballin' is a hard habit to break. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach Z him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box7007; aJ Marianna, FL 324477007. Reality On Ice is :::z::: by the Florida Sentinel m Bulletin Publishing ComC m pany. which expanded the state's self-defense laws by removing a person's duty to retreat from an assailant, reaffirmed the use of deadly force in any place a law-abiding person has < m :::D -< -t c: m en c )lo z c a right to be and recmp. mended that the Florida Legislature change the portion jl which grants immunity from 0 criminal prosecution to anyone whose self-defense claims fit "Stand Your Ground. In other words, not much has changed. This is a law with language so vague it might as well have been writ ten in pencil for all to erase and rewrite as they see fit. And it is far from over. Most of us are eagerly await ing the outcome of the George ZimmermanjTrayvon Martin case, which I suspect will put a whole new perspective on the state's self-defense law. How ever, in the meantime, "Stand Your Ground" still dangles from the limbs of the law; open for any ruthless individual to grab hold and use at freewill. Contact Chambee Smith C) at www-chambeesmith-oom Thetguthor.me@qmgiLoom. m t

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fYJ Local (") N a: w m w > Middleton Alumni ScholarshiP Event 0 The Middleton Alumni Z and the Middleton Alumni Family and Friends Choir C will hold its scholarship a: event on Friday, December LL 7, 2012 8 p. m. -12 midnight, at the Woodmont Clubhouse 415 Woodmont Ave. For more information, contact Margaret Williams (813) 900-1646, or Luvator Nelson (813) 526-1879 Thanksgiving Dav Feeding Elijah 596 and Stars of Florida #386 will sponsor its 9th annual Thanksgiving Community Feeding and Clothing Giveaway. The event will be held on Thursday (Thanksgiving Day), November 22, 2012, 9 a. m 1 p. m at the Open Air Market, 29th St. near Lake Ave. Carnell Buie is Wor shipful Master; Julia Folks, Worthy Matron; Carlos Boyer, Chairperson and Niki Sims, Chairperson. c ----------------------------------------a: LL c z c( Hillsborough School Board Selects New Chair, Vice Chair c en The Hillsborough County School Board selected a new chair and vice chair at a meeting on Tuesday. W April Griffin was [ij elected as School Board c chair, and Carol Kurdell was elected vice-chair. The en votes by their fellow Board members were unanimous :::) This is Ms. Griffin's first ll. time as chair. Ms. Griffin z j::: w ....1 ....1 :::) m represents the District 6 at large seat on the School Board. She was first elected to the Board in 2006, Ms. Griffin was re-elected in 2010. Mrs. Kurdell repre sents the District 7 at large seat on the Board. First elected to the Board in 1992, Ms. Kurdell was re-elected this year. lnvestiuation Into Studenrs Death leads To suspension II Five Aides BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office closed its in vestigation into the death of student without filing crimi nal charges. But, the Hillsbor ough County School District has not completed its investi gation. Last month Jennifer Caballero, 11, walked out of the gymnasium during her physical education class. Her body was found in a body of water a short time later. Jennifer was one of about 20 special needs students in the gym at Rodgers Middle School. At the time of her death, six Hillsborough County School District employees were in charge of watching the children. Five of the six have been suspended with pay, pending the outcome of the investigation. Terrance J. Sowa, 63, was originally hired in 2008 as a Social Work Services Aide. Following a leave of ab sence, he returned as an ESE Aide at Rodgers. He was sus pended with pay. Ms. }Jatricia Tobin, 55, was hired in 2000 and has worked as an Aide and Atten dant. She began working as an attendant at Rodgers in July 2011. She was sus pended. Ms. Patsy Henderson, 62, was hired as a Substitute teacher and has worked in various capacities since 1982. She became and ESE aide in 1995 and was assigned to Rodgers Middle School in Oc tober 1999. She was sus pended with pay. Ms. Britney Rios, 26, was hired in 2008, and as signed to Rodgers Middle School in 2010. She began working as an attendant at Rodgers in July 2011. She was suspended. Ms. Micaela Adrianna Scipio was hired in November 2011 and assigned to Rodgers Middle School. Her job description of ESE Unique Needs Attendant She was also suspended. Ms. Catherine Seely, 57, has not been suspended. Hired in August 2009, she was escorting another child to the office when Jennifer dis appeared. In the wake of Jennifer's death, other issues pertaining to children with special needs have come to the forefront. In January, another ESE child suffered respiratory problems while on the bus, but no one called 9-1-1. She died the fol lowing day, and her parents have filed a lawsuit against the Hillsborough County School District. The Hillsborough County School Board members were not immediately made aware of the child's death. Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County School District said she wasn't sure how many people knew about the child's death, but she couldn't talk about it because it is in litigation. Ms. Cobbe also said, em ployees on the bus are al lowed to call 9-1-1, but they must also notify the dis patcher. "The driver must pull off the road they cannot drive and talk on the phone." Another incident involv ing ESE students took place in the Cafeteria of Seminole Heights Elementary. The child reportedly threw a shoe at the teacher. The teacher then put the shoe in the child s face. The final incident before the death of Jennifer Ca-ballero came about in Sep tember. According to police, bus driver Stephanie Wilkerson was transporting ESE children to Tampa Bay Ele mentary School on September 281h. An 8-year-old Black fe male was trying to exit the bus but was told to wait. The child allegedly slapped and pushed Ms. Wilkerson. The student's turn to exit the bus and started to walk down the steps, but then stopped in the middle of the stairs. Ms. Wilkerson then used her foot to push the child off the bus. The child fell on the ground and fractured a bone in her leg. Following an investigation, Ms. Wilkerson was arrested at the Hills borough County Public Schools Transportation facil ity and charged with aggra vated child abuse. She has also been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the investigation. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP, said, "The Hillsborough County School District is one of the largest districts in the country. The district provides serv ices to an Exceptional Student Education Program that pro vides support and services to over 29,000 students with disabilities from birth to 21 years of age. Recently, several unfor tunate incidents have oc curred that negativel y impacted our children and several families. The Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP is very concerned about the reports in the media .... As a working partner with the dis trict, we will be aggressive in our monthly meeting pursu ing answers to our questions. We expect to learn about poli cies and procedures compli ance, training status of all staff involved, student to teacher ratio, and other oper ational practices that permit errors that result in such dire occurrences. The next board meeting of the Hillsborough County School District will take place in December.

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President Obama President Oballa's Approval, Popularitv Ratings JUIIP Post-Election The old saying, "If you can' t beat em, join 'em has defi nitely manifest in the weeks following the re-election of President Barack Obama. According to the latest polls the POTUS is experiencing his highest approval ratings since July of 2009, reports Politico. com. A USA Today/Gallup survey released on Frida y showed Pres. Obama and his party drawing goodwill from much of the country in the wake of their triumph at the ballot box last week. Fifty-eight percent of Americans have a favorable view of the president up 3 points from the USA Today/Gallup poll conducted right before the election It' s also his highest favorability rat ing in the poll since July of 2009. The public's view of Democ rats is also positive in the wake of a largely successful election PRFS. BARACK OBAMA for the party Fifty-one percent of those surveyed have a favor able impression of the party, a 6 point bump since August and a more impressive showing than the 43 percent who have a favorable view of the Republi can Party. Fifty percent have an unfavorable opinion of the GOP, although Gallup notes that Americans have been negative on balance toward the Republican Party since late 2005. legacv Assured: Oba11acare Gaining Mo11entu11 As States Pledge suuuon WASHINGTON Threat ened with repeal just weeks ago President Barack Obama's health care law now appears on track in close to half the states with others playing catch-up and the administra t i on readying a fallback for s tates not wishing to partici pat e Fr i da y was the original d e adline for state s to notify Washington if they would play a role in building new health insurance markets through which the uninsured can get coverage starting in 2014. Though the administration granted a month s extension, most states have already made their intentions known. As Friday, 23 states plus Washington D.C., were ceeding; 15 said the y' d defer to the federal government to run their markets and 12 were still mulling over their options. The mostl y blue group proceeding included five Republican-led states. The undecided included several states that seemed to be moving toward an active role. Obama Becomes First SiDing U.S. President To Visit Mvanmar President Obama made the trek to the country of Burma Monday, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to do so. President Obama, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, came to the South-Asian country armed with a message of hope. Upon the arrival into the country, which falls between China and India, President Obama was greeted by opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, and President Thein Sein, whose mission has been reform, since taking office in March 2011. Supporters also lined the capital city of Yangon in anticipation of the visit. A self-proclaimed Pacific President" given the Indonesian her itage in his family, and growing up in Hawaii, during the six-hour trip the POTUS toured holy sites, and interacted with activist, be fore ending with a speech at the University of Yangon. The visit was the second stop on a three-day tour of Asia which started in Thailand, and comes as the House is working to reach an agreement before impending fiscal cliff deadline. Arizona Gun Shop Owner: o Pres. Obama Voters Allowed' Yohdfor lclock Ol>ama yow butlntu 1$. 1101' .. & .COAII ot Southwest Shooing AufhOrfty. You hoYt proven you en not responsible nooob to own o ftfeorm. In today's Conservatives Are Losing Their Minds Because Pres. Obama Won News, NewsOne brings you the story of Cope Reynolds. The Pine top, Arizona gunshop owner has taken out an ad in a local news paper and posted a sign on the door of Southwest Shooting Au thority letting it be known that people who voted for President Barack Obama are no longer welcome in his establish ment, reports Talking Points Memo. Florida Man Tells Secret Service Agents That He'd punch The ShT Out 01 Obama' CHRISTOPHER CASTILLO Christopher Castillo is not a smart man, and clearly doesn't take the federal justice system se riously Just after getting arrested for writing threatening Face book posts about President Obama, the Florida resident put the nail in the coffin once he sat down with the Secret Service. Agents arrived at Castillo's hou s e late last week for writing that he would hunt Obama down, kill him, then "watch the life disappear from his eyes," if he won re-election. Just like other idiots threatening a president (again, this is a federal offense) via a social networking site have done, Castillo went on an online rampage, but a nice Facebook friend tried to deter him of mak ing such threats. "I wouldn t call it a threat but more of a promise," he replied. Castillo told authorities that his hatred for Obama stemmed from the commander in chiefs views on healthcare. Johnson warned Castillo that his remarks were a violation of federal law but he didn t care. So, he remain s in custody until he can be fitted with a GPS monitor ing device. "'1'1 :::D 6 Pres. Oballa's 2012 Callpaign Tops Digital Fundraisinu In 2008 z 0 < m iC m m :::D President Barack Obama's 2008 campaign was largely recognized for its use of social media and its part in helping him win the election. Many wondered, when he began his re-election bid, if he would be able to generate as much enthusiasm for his cam paign As it turns out, the campaign generated e v en more. TIME magazine reports that Pres. Obama aides are saying more than $1 billion were raised by the 2012 campaign and its af filiated party committees and social media was an instru mental tool in doing so. According to a senior cam paign adviser new numbers show the Pres. Obama cam paign digitally raised about $609 million in 2012 com pared to the $500 million raised in 2008. This includes all electronic contributions and some donations that were gen erated by high-dollar fundrais. ers but were logged through the website. If only fundraising gener ated through e mail, social media, mobile and website ef forts are counted, the 2012 campaign raised $504 million more than the $403 million in 2008. R.ORJllA COAST -PIIIMI8f President Barack Obama delivers his victory speech after being reelected for a second term at McCormick Place No vember 6 2012. A majority of the digital do nations came in the final months of the presidential race. 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('f) N a: w m w > 0 13 Promoted At Tampa Police Department; 3 Are Black Z On Monday__ afternoon, the Tampa Police Department an C nounced the promotions of i: employees. Three of the thir u.. teen individuals promoted are African American There were 56 candidates eligible for promotion, of which 9 were Mrican Ameri can The go into ef fect on Sunday, November 25th. Chief Jane Castor pro moted four Sergeants to the rank of Lieutenant. Lt. Calvin Johnson is a 12-year veteran with the de partment. He has served as a supervisor in Districts One and His career includes five years serving as a detective and two years as a patrol su pervisor. As a Sergeant in District Three, Lt. Johnson dedi cated his time to serving as a role model for at-risk kids in the area, attending public meetings, and creating positive working relationship with the residents. He graduated from the University of South Florida and has a B. A. degree in Crim inology, and a M A. degree in Public Administration. Lt. Johnson is the father of two children. Lt. Richard O'Connor is 24-year veteran with the de partment. He has worked with the U. S. Marshal's Service to establish the department's first Fugitive Apprehension Task Lt. Calvin Johnson is shown Layla. Unit in 2009. To date, the task force has arrested more than 1,000 violent offenders, in cluding 142 on homicide-re lated charges. Lt. O'Connor is married and the father of four children. He earned his B. S. degree in Business Management from the University of South Florida. Lt. John Preyer is a 23year veteran of the depart ment. He has spent several years in Uniform District Two. Lt. Preyer has also served as a member of the Tactical Re sponse Team and Honor Guard. He attended Wagner Col lege and is married to police Sgt. Susan Bridges-Preyer, and they are the par ents of 3 children. Lt. Kevin School meesters is a 16-year veteran, who was responsible for the Family Violence and Sex Crimes Unit. Lt. Schoolmeesters earned his B. S. Degree in Criminal Justice from Eastern Michigan University. He is married and the father of two daughters. Chief Castor promoted Lela Davis, Sean Davis, Les Richardson, an9. Sam Rojka to the position of Ser geant. S. Davis and Richardson are African American. Matt Kamat, John Miller, Terry Sims, Matt Smith, and Jason Tkach will fill vacancies as Corporals or Detectives. Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, The department is starting a grass roots effort that includes men taring and coaching so that we can increase tlie number of of ficers eligible for promotion in the future. Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921, or emailed at iholton@jlsentinel.com. Genesis Worship Genter ____ ,_ ovember 25. 2[]12 00 4pm 1M. Paaca Pr!Jgresalve M.a. ChUrch rJ 1 lldlarol-llraug llraughbll lll3 8111 sie i 2711. E. 18th Avenue, Tampa,. Fl 33805 Deadline Extended For Independent Foreclosure BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the period of January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010, thousands of homeowners lost their property to foreclosure. However, those individuals can obtain a free review to determine if any errors were made during the process. The deadline to apply for the Independent Foreclosure Review has been extended until December 31, 2012. Marquaz McGhee, Housing Program Manager for the CDC of Tampa, Inc., said a nationwide program that has set aside millions to eligible borrowers has not been widely publicized. "Recently, we have received more information about the program and only 3% of those who are eligible for the $4.3 million have applied." McGhee said, "Some who went through the fore closure process may qualify for the Free Independent Re view. The review will determine whether a homeowner suffered final injury and should receive compensation or other remedies because of errors or other problems dur ing the process. "If someone believes that he may be eligible, he should complete the review form. If mailed the requests must be postmarked by December 31, 2012. If submitted on the Internet, all requests must be received by December 31, 2012," he said. Some of the companies who served the loans during the foreclosures are: America's Servicing Company; 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, A. 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChildren.org MARQUAZ McGHEE CDC of Tampa Inc. Housing Program Manager Bank of America, Beneficial, Chase, Citibank, Countrywide, HFC, HSBC, IndyMac Mortgage, MetLife Bank, PNC Mortgage, SunTrust Mortgage, Wachovia Mortgage, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo Bank, Wilshire Credit Corporation and sev eral others. The Review Process is being directed and monitored by Federal Bank Regulators, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Some of the errors that result in financial injury includes: the mortgage balance amount at the time of the foreclosure action was more than actually owed; the fore closure took place although the homeowner was in compliance with the modification agreement; the foreclosure occurred while under bankruptcy protection, fees charged or mortgage payments were inaccurately cal culated, processed, or applied, and other errors. The CDC of Tampa, Inc., is helping residents i n Tampa learn if they may be eligible for a free independent review of their foreclosure and can assist with the filing of a Request for Review Form. Anyone wishing to obtain more information can contact the Coun selors at the CDC of Tampa at (813) 231-4362. STRY CONN.f;:CT.f;:D VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM

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Q a: u.. Q z -c Q en w ::;, .... rc w > w Q w ::r: en ::J ID ::;, Q. Local Fraternitv Named Best In Class Members of Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter are: first row: Seth Meningall, Tony Mann, Gordon Myatt, Bnice Curry (Chapter President), Eddie Adams, Dr. Willie Ruff, and Roosevelt Jones. Second row: Ralph Moore, Gary Oliver, Tosin Aiyegbusi, Jake Earl, Alphonse Stewart, Cedric Way, Jice Stokes (Awards Chair), and Caeden Drayton. Third row: Barry Cole, Terrance Hood, Kevin Wood, Alex LeVY, Louis Finney, Justin Boone, and Gary Ganzie. Fourth row: Craig Myatt, Stephen Rolle, Freddie Moore, Bob Johnson, Rey Oliver, Vtrgll Stubbs, Loubens Delice, Napolean Wade, Robert Wmters, and Rodney Cox. BYTAMECAJOHNSON Freelance Writer Tampa's Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is ranked number one among its peers. The chapter beat 25 graduate chap ters statewide to earn the distinction of "District Conference Chapter of the The honor classifies Gamma Zeta Lambda as not only best in class, but best in service. "'The award is recognition of all the hard work our chapter has done over the last year," says Chapter President, Retired Naval Captain Bruce Curry. "'The distinction honors everything from our Men ofTomorrow mentoring program to our community service projects that include our Thanksgiving turkey distribution, Christmas baskets and voter registration drives that were very successful this year." The chapter is the fifth largest in the state of Florida and surpassed larger graduate chapters in Miami, Or lando and Jacksonville for its recent honors. The Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter will continue its commitment to com munity as it moves forward with part nerships with the Head Start program, the University Area Community Development Center and the March of Dimes. The chapter hopes to add to its recognitions when it competes against seVen other states next spring for Best Chapter in the Southern Region. A win in that competition will put it on track to compete for the title of National Chapter of the Year next summer. (Photo by Ishmon Johnson) Charitable Foundation Awards $341,000 To Bav Area Nonprotits BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Bill Goede, Tampa Bay Market President for Bank of Fifteen nonprofit organi tij zations in the Tampa Bay j Area were recently awarded ::;, grants from the Bank of America Charitable Founda America said, "Our support is enabling individuals in the Tampa Bay area to achieve the education and skills needed to compete in today's and tomorrow's workplace. and helping to keep this program alive, even through tough economic times. Brian Allen, Vice President of Finances of 100 Black Men Of Tampa Bay said Last year we held an entrepreneur workshop for kids in the community. w z i= z w en < Q a: 0 ..J LL < I 0 ,.... tion. The funds are desig nated for job training, education programs and support s ervices that help conn e ct the unemployed, un d e remplo yed, vete r ans, and those with di s abil"The bank's investment in the Tamt>a Bay Area is just one of the ways we are sup porting education and work force development organizations in our commu nity and improving local economies across the coun -GREATER liT. CARMEL A.II.E. CHURCH PASTOR CHARLES CLOY, S..lor PMior 4201 North 34th 8trwt T ...... FL CELEBRAnNG FOURTH ANNUAL _fiMtritffm and Reconciling God's Kl"ffdom Building" 25,2012 4:00P.M. !Jqe4t 1+elldte': Prealdlng Elder JIMMY J. THOMPSON Tampa Dlatrict A fri can 'Methodist Episcopal RALPH SMITH ... Founder of Computer Mentors Group try. The Computer Mentors Group and 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, are included among the 15 recipients of the grants. The funding for Com puter Mentors will be used to improve computer skills of disadvantaged youth. The funding will allow the orga nization's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Corps Program. BRIAN K. ALLEN Vice President of Finance, 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, Inc. The program enables students to perform service projects under the mentor ship of information technol ogy professionals. Ralph Smith, founder and CEO of Computer Men tors said, "Bankof America is currently now our largest funder for this program. They have been continuous funders of this program since the early 2,ooo's. We really appreciate their partnership We are going to hold another workshop thi s year to help kid s upgrade the ir skills and develop e motion a l i nt e l ligence. This will h el p them to be better prepared for the future." Allen said the workshops are open to boys and girls in high school. Last year, about 25 students participated in a workshop that spanned 6 weeks. Grant recipients include the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, Creative Clay, Junior Achievement of West Central Florida, Tampa Met ropolitan Area YMCA, Met ropolitan Ministries, and several others.

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Local Hundreds Take Advantage II Free Turllev Dinner Mrs. Sheilah Youngblood and her husband, James Youngblood. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer If you were wondering what was going on at Ragan Park on Lake Avenue Sunday, all you needed to do is pull over and come inside. Our Sisters, Our Friends, a non-profit organization, sponsored free turkey dinners for the people in the 888.8metro8 metropcs.com community, and the event was well attended. At their own expense, Mrs. Sheilah Youngblood, her husband, James, and her daughter, Simone, along with other family members, spent hours cooking a buffet of food. They also had bounc ing towers and music for the kids outside, as well as Pastor William Gatewood came to the event to show his support. Gospel music inside. "I was ovexjoyed to see all of the people who came and took advantage of our hospitality, and had a great evening," said Mrs. Youngblood. "We tried to make sure everyone had plenty to eat, and a good time getting together. We were happy to see so many families at the Wireless for AIL Former City Councilwoman, Gwen Miller, was one of the first to get served at the event. event. Those in attendance were treated to not just great food, but great service as well. Those who were handicapped were seated at a table, and their food was brought to them. "We would love to form partnerships in the future so we won't have to absorb the cost all by ourselves. "We do this every year, in spite of the economy, and very little of the items are donated. That's why we'd ;!:! love to have someone join us next year so that event will a be bigger than any of the )> ones we've held before." en A group presented Mrs. Youngblood with an :::1 award in recognition of her community service. r-m c: r r m ..... z ., c: m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m ..... c: m en c )> z c "TT :::u c Buy One Set One rtee Olfilr: Umlted lime offer. New activations only. Only available on new Iiles added. Restrictions apply. While last. Buy a qualifying phone from a MelroPCS reta1 sm or UhorlzBd nlllller, plus applicable sales 1axes, and receive, !Uiject to availabiity, a (J.I8Iifying basic feature phone priced, after rebates, equal 1D or less 1han the price of the ptl'dlased phone for free. See a sales -a5SOCiale for COinl*4e 1st d qualifyilg phones. Basic feaue phone price must not exceed $79. Sales 1ax not included and collected in accordance with smte 102 local laws. Offer not available mine at metropcs.com. No rain checks. Bdh phones nu;t be activated on the same accoont. on the same day, at the same location of ptJChase. Umit two free phones per customer and/or per accoont. Phone upgrades not elglble for offer. Metro Promise plme Wll'l1llty only apples I bolh phones are returned at the same time, subject to the Metro Promise rules. The second or tree phone can be retumed by itself to receive the service refund, again subject to Metro Promise 1\des for that rebJned plme. f*l guanmee of model or color availability. VISit metropcs.com or a MetroPCS sue for details, restrictions, and TerrrJS and Conditions of Service (lllduding arbitration proyiSIOO). Rates, serw:es ald features subject to change. Screen images simulated. Phones shown not actual size. MetroPCS related trademaJ1(s and other intelleclual property are the exclusive properties of MetroPCS W.-eless, Inc. All other trademarks and intellectual property e the of their respective owners. Copyright 02012 MetroPCS Wieless,lnc.

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Internet used To Give Man's II THE SPOTLIGHT coi' "' a: w m ::::!: w > 0 Sentence National Anention Z Walter Dunn, III is fortunate to have his mother, c Sandra Colvin, and sister C: Nicole, who refused to accept U. the guilty of trying to set his ex-wife on fire verdict. Ms. Colvin dug deep into the court records and inves tigative documents, and she feels she's successfully uncov ered several oversights by the prosecutors and judge. Dunn was sentenced to 17 years in prison, and Ms. Colvin said none of the evi dence in the case warranted a coQviction, much less a 17-year sentence. "We set up a website to bring national attention to what happened to Walter, and to our surprise, we've got ten great feedback, especially nationally. "We've gotten hits from the c Carolina Panthers, Florida a: State Law School, U. S. Cornu. mission on Civil Rights, c WALTERDUNN,m Georgetown Law School, U.S. Representative Kathy Cas tor, and radio personality Tom Joyner. All of them have written to Walter ex pressing their support and en couragement to continue his fight for freedom. Ms. Colvin said thanks to social media sites like Face book, Twitter Google, and radio, they have been able to reach a segment of society that normally would have been out of touch. "You'd be surprised how Walter's case mirrors injus tices other African American young men have suffered "The website we set up has been in place for less than 30 days, and we are stunned by the quick responses The web site shows crime scene photos, court transcripts inconsistent statements, and another re port showing that no DNA ev idence connected Walter to what he was convicted of doing. Ms. Colvin said her son and his supporters encourage everyone to visit the website, www.freew@.com, and see the injustice for themselves. "We also ask that the website be passed on to others so they can have an opinion. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer z c( c en w :: .... New Foundation Reaches Out To Women, Young Girls > a: w > w c w :::1: en :::l m :: Q. z i= w ...J ...J :: m ...J w z i= z w en c( c 0: In this photo from this year's Annual Fall Brunch event are: Valansiar Key, LaToddrea Key, Aminah Bilal, 0 Ida Walker, Nicole Butts;Annie Taylor, Sally I.npez, Linda Parbam,,Margaret DeGellotte, Pastor Barbara Moore, Susan McKnight, Ruby Gadson, Raquel Godwin, and Christina Jackson. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Valansiar Key founded the Soteria Foundation in 2009, her goal was to target women and young girls, and at the same time give something back to the community. The Soteria Foundation (So teria means "to be delivered or set free ) helps families with utilities, clothing, and other needs. It also offers health, ness, and beauty tips to help women be more aware of the need to take care of their bod ies. "We try to help older women return to college, and provide support groups for women in an open concept to
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..... .... ------------------------------------------------... ,.... ______ C_o __ ___ s ___________________________________________________________ Eight HBCU Marching Bands Selected To 0 Perform At Banle 01 The Bands Showcase OJ The field is set for The Honda" at Atlantais Georgia Dome i" Three lucky fans will win a trip to the Showcase and a chance to win a 2013 Accord-TORRANCE, Calif.-The votes are in and eight of the nation' s top Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching b -ands have been selected to perform at the nth Annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase, presented by Verizon Wireless and official banking sponsor, SunTrust Bank. The Showcase is a one-of-a-kind celebratory experience wide ly known in the HBCU com munity as "The Honda." Tens of thousands of HBCU alumni, family and marching band fans will make the journey to Atlanta's Georgia Dome on January 26, 2013, to witness this spectacular display of music, choreography and showmanship in one of the largest marching band show cases in the nation. THE MARHING WILDCATS OF BETHINE-cOOKMAN UNIVERSI'IY Eight bands have earned a $2o,ooo grant each from Honda for their scho_ol's music education programs and an all-expenses-paid ; trip to Atlanta to perform at the 2013 Horida Battle ofthe Bands Invitational Showcase. These eight bands include a number of America's most iconic marching bands, as well as one first-time participant, Alcorn State University. The eight bands performing at "The are: Albany State University, Marching Rams (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) Alcorn State 'University, The Sounds of Dyn-0-Mite (Southwestern Athletic Conference) Bethune-Cookman University, Marching Wildcats (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) Edward Waters College, Triple Threat Marching Band (Independent) Jackson State University, Sonic Boom of the South (Southwestern Athletic Conference) North Carolina A&T University, Blue and Gold m ::D Marching Machine (MidN Eastern Athletic Conference) w Tennessee State University, Aristocrat of Bands (Independent) Winston-Salem State University, The Red Sea of Sound (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Three lucky fans will win a personally-customized trip to the 2013 Invitational Showcase and a chance to take home an all-new 2013 Honda Accord. Fans who want to win the trip for themselves and a guest can enter the sweepstakes by vis "T1 r iting the www.Honda0 BattleoftheBands.com web:!! site, where they can find complete information and en rules*. m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z For more information on the 2013 Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase, including group and individual tickets, updates, photos and video footage, and all details about the program, please visit www.HondaBattleoftheBand ., s..oom. c: aJ r-u; :::1: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ::D c

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5lack College Football 'Cats Hold On In Postseason larch w al :e w > 0 z c a: LL c ii: LL Q z of( c C/) w ::::> 1w > w c w :r: C/) :J al ::::> D.. z i= BY TED TAYLOR Th e W i ldcat s o f Bethun e Cookman Universi ty he l d off a game F lo rida A & M Rattlers team for a 21-16 victor y i n the Flor ida Classic on Saturda y afternoon in Orlando In a contest that B CU was e xpected to run a wa y with, the crowd of 32 ,317, the small est since the Class i c mov e d to Orlando i n 1997 saw the Cats turn back a late FAMU drive to secure the victory and a playoff berth. FAMU opened the scoring with a 20-yard field goal by Chase Varnadore, which was set up by a pass interfer ence penalty in the endzone The 'Cats received some con solation when the defense stopped F AMU on three runs from the 2 yard line Later in the first quarter, B CU put together an 11-play, 94-yard drive consuming s:t6, to take the lead at 7-3, on a 1-yard fade pass from Tampa's own quarterback Quentin Williams to wide receiver Eddie Poole. During the drive, Williams made the longest of his young career of 51 yards. The second quarter was scoreless until FAMU put together a 97-yard drive in seven plays using 3:20, scor ing on a 41-yard run by backup runningback James Owens. The drive was keyed by starting runningback Eddie Rocker who had four rushes covering 35 yards. w ..J ..J ::::> al B-CU had a chance to tie the score as time ran out in the half that was halted by a uj blocked field goal. The Cats z were handed a gift on a lS i= yard personal foul penalty z w C/) of( c ii: 0 ..J LL Brandon Denmark, 8 slows down Wildcat quarterback Quentin Williams as Florida A&M and Bethune Cookman battle in the Florida Classic. that put the ball at the FAMU 19-yard line with 0:04 remaining. The Rattlers opened the second half with a drive that stalled at the B-CU 39-yard line after eight plays when reserve runningback Jordan Stanley was stopped short on a 4 th_and-1 run into the middle. The failure was an early turning point and may have cost F AMU a potential upset as B-CU scored two touchdowns before FAMU could exhale. After three plays, a Wildcats punt backed up the Rattlers to its 6 yard line. When FAMU could not get a first down a short punt by Branden Holdren set up B-CU at the Rattlers 41-y ard line. On fourth down, starting runningback Isidore Jackson took a toss sweep 34 yards for a 14-10 lead that was never relinquished. B-CU pushed the lead to 21-10 early in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run by starting running back Andronicus Lovette. FAMU livened the crowd with a touchdown that cut the lead to 21-16, on a 37-yard pass from quarterback Damien Fleming to wide receiver Travis Harvey. The point-after kick was no good. The late game dramatics began when the Rattlers got the ball back with 3:49 remaining and the crowd on their feet. After gaining a first down on a 4th_and-s pass from Fleming to slot receiver Lenworth Lennon, Rocker lost seven yards on a first-down rush. On the next play Fleming fumbled when sacked by nose tackle Harold Love. With just 1:17 remain ing, the celebration began for the Wildcats. FAMU finished the season at 4-7 and 4-4 in the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference, a season that commenced with high expectations. In the midst, legendary coach Joe Taylor retired after the ninth game of the season and defensive coordinator Earl I Holmes took over. It was the first losing season since 2007. The 9-2 Wildcats begin Football Championship Subdivision postseason play in a first round elimination game hosting 7-4 Coastal Carolina at 2 p. m., in Municipal Stadium. The Wildcats received the automatic bid for the MEAC champion, whereas, Cdastal Carolina received an automat ic bid as the winner of the Big South Conference. $500 DISCOUNT ON All MODELS WITH THIS AD I I ____________ ....... __ Sports Bucs leap Streak Alive With. ovanime Win Over Panthers If the Tampa Ba y Buccaneers proved one thing Sunday, it' s that they are r e silient. Falling behind to the Carolina Panthers on the road, the Bucs never stopped playing hard and were able to keep their win streak alive with a 27-21 overtime victory The Bucs rallied from 1 7 points down, securing the victory with a 15yard pass from Josh Freeman to Dallas Clark. Freeman struggled early in the contest and finished the evening completing 25 of 46 pass attempts for 248 yards, 3 touchdowns and 2 intercep tions. His counterpart, Cam Newton, finished with 16-of29 completions for 252 yards and one touchdown. Rookie running back Doug Martin reached the 1 ;ooo yard mark, rushing for 138 yards on 24 carries. He still has 6 games remaining in the regular season. The Bucs held a 10o lead in JOSH CAM FREEMAN VS. NEWI'ON 25of 46 for 248yds., 3TDS2Int. 16 of29 for 252 yds., 1 TD the first quarter until Freeman's pass was intercepted by Captain Munnerlyn, and returned 74 yards for a touchdown. The Panthers ended the half with a 1-yard touchdown run by Jonathan Stewart, and a 14-10 lead. The score was 21-10 in the fourth quarter before the Bucs scored 17 unanswered points in regulation and overtime to secure the win. The Bucs have now won four straight games. Bucs Get Chance To Close In On Falcons This Sunday the 6-4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers won' t be rolling out the welcome mat for their AFC South opponent, the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons have a three game lead in the division, and the Bucs hope to keep their win streak alive at Raymond James Stadium, and at the same time close in on the 9-1 Falcons. The Buccaneer offense has been putting up big numbers lately, and their rookie running back, Doug Martin, has gained more than 1 ,000 for the season. The Bucs will also enter the contest with a much improved defense since the first meeting with the Falcons in Atlanta. Kickoff will be at 1 p m. Call Laster Today: 813.929.2400 or Email: LasterDavlsOgmall.com Visit Laster: 24314 SR 54, Lutz, Florida 33559 -..., 0 '-, l/'.t- L't> : r ... .,,

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Steelers, Free Agem =J::.8 Kareem Abdui-Jallllar's WR Burress To Meet Far one1a11e SQhook Captured In Bronze Free-agent .---------. wide receiver Plaxico Burress will meet with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday and take a physiPLAXICO cal. BURRESS Burress, who played last season with the New York Jets, has remained a free agent through the first half of season. But a depleted wide receiver corps for the Steelers with whom Burress started his career -has made the 6-foot-5 Burress a potentially attrac tive option. Pittsburgh wide receivers Antonio Brown and Jerricho Cotchery are both battling injuries. Wolves' Rov To Undergo Right Knee Surgerv Five games into a comeback after a season spent away from the g a m e Timberwolves g u a r d Brandon Roy will BRANDON reportedly ROY undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. The Oregonian reports that Roy, who has missed Minnesota's last four games because of knee pain, will undergo the surgery this week. The surgery will prevent him from returning to the Rose Garden in Portland, where he made his name as a three-time All-Star during a five-year career with the Blazers. eavs' lninu Out 4 Weeks The Cavaliers announced Monday that Kyrie Irving will miss four weeks with a hairline fracture in his left index finger. If KYRIE his absence is IRVING exactly four weeks, Irving will miss Cleveland's next 15 games. "Freak injury, minor setback but ill be back soon everybody, love the support," Irving wrote on his Twitter account Monday. Irving, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 Draft, missed 15 games for the Cavaliers last season and sat out for an extended period of time due to a concussion. He also broke his hand this summer, an injury that prevented him from participating in the Las Vegas Summer League. A toe injury also caused him to miss a majority of his one and only season at Duke. ED REED NEW YORK-Baltimore Ravens star safety Ed Reed was suspended for op.e game by the NFL on Monday for repeated hits to the head and neck area of defenseless play ers. The 11-year veteran will miss Sunday's game against San Diego, which will cost him one game check of more than $400,000. Reed is suspended for three violations of the player safety rules in the past three seasons. The latest came in Sunday night's 13-10 victory over Pittsburgh when he was penalized for unnecessary roughness in the third quarter for a hit to the head of receiv LOS ANGELES Kareem Abdui-Jabbar's skyhook has been captured in bronze for future genera tions of basketball fans. Staples Center unveiled a nearly 16-foot-tall statue of the top scorer in NBA histo ry Friday night, immortalizing Jabbar's famed hook shot alongside statues of fellow Los Angeles Lakers greats Magic Johnson and Jerry West. The 65-year-old AbdulJabbar pronounced himself humbled and grateful during a ceremony attended by numerous NBA greats ranging from Johnson and West to Pat Riley and Elgin Baylor -and even Lakers superfan Jack Nicholson. "Having lived my life and had the experiences I've had, I can understand now what a man like Lou Gehrig means when he considers himself the luckiest man on the face of the earth," Abdui-Jabbar said. Abdui-Jabbar is depicted in his signature goggles, wristbands and the standard KAJU:EN ABDUL JABBAR ... in front of his Bronze 'Skyhook' Statue ., r 0 tJ) 1980s short-shorts below his No. 33 jersey. The 7-foot-2 -t center pulled a braided cord Z d 1" m to rop a curtam revea mg r the statue to hundreds of m cheering fans, who gathered ? under threatening clouds for J;; the ceremony. ::t "I'm glad we got here Z before the pigeons got to it," Abdui-Jabbar said with a m il r sm e. a; % m c -fHIS WILL BE A SOL[) CJLJ r EVt.N'r ..

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Entertainment Foa To lost Dec. 8th Episode II 'Sil' w ID == w z >-t &&.. JAMIEFOXX Jamie Foxx is returning to the Saturday Night Live stage on December 8th. The Oscar winner will be hosting for the second time. He hosted in 2000 while promoting his breakout role in Oliver Stone's football drama Any Given Sunday. This time Foxx will be highlighting his starring role in the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained. It will also be a weicome return to comedy for the former In Living Color star. The musical guest will be R&B singer Kan Williams Flubs Oakland Show, Angers Crowd KATI WILLIAMS Katt Williams threat &&. ened to cancel his show in C Oakland, CA. last Friday, :i and some fans are wishing he'd made good on his c words. After being arrested ffi and released on suspicion of :::l battery for hitting a man in > t w > w c w :::1: en :; ID ::::) D.. the head with a bottle, the comedian decided to go for ward with his appearance. The show started 30 min utes late and according to fans, once he arrived, Williams threw a frisbee in the audience, told a few lame jokes and got really angry for no real reason. Video footage posted on line shows him daring an au dience member to fight, at which point the show's MC walks onstage and makes an awkward quip about Williams being high. z ffi .... .... ::::) ID .... w z Hennessy VS Goose, Qroc -All flmn. Bre .. --Pan r anes on S340.9M WlriiiWid81181111 Summit Entertainment's Twilight vampire se_ries proving that females can fuel an event franchise -is going out in high style. The Twilight Saga: Break ing Dawn -Part 2 topped the worldwide weekend box office with a sizeable $340.9 million opening, including $141.3 million domestically from 4,070 theaters and $199.6 million internation ally from 61 markets. Domestically, Breaking Dawn 2 wasn t able to match the $142.8 million opening of The Twilight Saga: New Moon on the same weekend in 2009, but it did open ahead of the $138.1 million grossed by The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 on the same weekend last year, thanks in part toespecially strong Saturday traffic and an A CinemaScore. z w en Grey Goose, Ciroc Courvoisier VS Seagram, New Amste C a: 0 .... &&.. w CJ $499!5 Seagram Gin/Vodka New Amsterdam Gin/Vodka .$1899 1.75 Gin/Vodka 2 $ft99 For 7Mix & Mat'h 375 Ml Kinky *1599 Hypnotlq *1899 Courvoisier *2299 --vs *2299. Grey Goose *1999 I 2 of 200 IL Hennessy 2 of2001L lid Codl Gives Up CUSIIdV Fight Kid Cud.i was locked in a custody battle with the mother of his daughter, and has given up the fight. The Ohio native has been in a year-long bout over the 2-year-old, but agreed to give his child's mother full cus tody recently. Cud.i got a place in Chicago to be closer to his daughter, Vada Mescudi, and her mother, plus offered financial support for both parties. However, the child's m 'other claims to have re ceived "spo radic and inconsistent amounts," of money and fought to keep legal con-KID CUDI trol over the toddler on grounds that the G.O.O.D Music affiliate has a "long history of consistent drug and alcohol abuse." Kevin Clash Accuser savs Ha.Was Paid To Recant Underage Sax Storv Sheldon and Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash. Sheldon Stephens, the young man who initially ac cused Sesame Street pup peteer Kevin Clash of having a sexual relationship with him when he was only 16 years old, only to later re cant the claims, has changed his story yet again. Stephens now says he was paid $125,000 to take back his story in a settle ment agreement with Clash. "We've learned Stephens has met with lawyers in Los Angeles and told them he was pressured into recanting his allegation and insists he s telling the truth when he says he had sex with Clash when he was 16." Clash has never denied that a sexual relationship with Stephens took place, but he has always main tained that it was consensual and took place when Stephens was at the legal age of consent The performer is most fa mous for his work as Elmo, the beloved and popular children's character.

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rtainment :!! Michael Jackson's career For Jusdn Bieber, Nicki Minai Share Stage 'BAD 25' Documentarv To Air And American Music Award Wins m Thanksgiving Night At9 P. M. On ABC and separately-at the Amerpop/rock album for "Believe." !:B MICHAEL JACKSON At the outset of BAD 25 the documentary film cele brating the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's Bad album director Spike Lee quickly dispenses with talk of the pop superstar's personal struggles, diving right into the artistic perfectionism that drove him to achieve his ca reer milestones. "Hopefully, that's what this documentary is about it's gonna have people return to focusing on the music, his art, which I feel is his legacy, in addition to his children, Lee, dressed in a white BAD 25 T -shirt, told reporters at the Toronto International Film Festival, where the movie had its North Ameri can premiere over the week end, after debuting in Venice 2S years to the day since Bad s release. To piece together the mak ing of Jackson's landmark LP, Lee unearthed archival footage from studio sessions and music video shoots and conducted interviews with Jackson's many collabora tors, including Quincy Jones, Martin Scorsese, Stevie Wonder and Sheryl Crow, and stars who were in spired by his music, from Kanye West and Mariah Carey to Questlove and Justin Bieber. The film, which will get a television premiere on ABC on November 22nd, follows the making of Bad track by track; though it can feel clini cal at times, it also revels in cool details, like the origin of Jackson's gravity-defying lean in "Smooth Criminal" and his famous expression, "Shamon!" Then, abruptly, Lee shifts to Jackson's death in the summer of 2009, collecting reactions from his interview subjects, many of whom choke back tears and break down. "Those were all real, raw emotions that were displayed, said Lee. Chris Tucker In 'Silver linings Plavbooll': Comedian Returns In 1st Non-'Rush Hour' Film In Over A Decade Chris Tucker has been one of the most popular, highest paid comedians in Hollywood for the last decade but he's only made three films. After the massive success of 1998s Rush Hour, his breakout action-comedy hit alongside Jackie Chan, Tucker had his pick of any number of major film roles. But instead he chose to lay low, pal around with Michael Jackson, and get paid $20 million-plus to star in two Rush Hour sequels. In recent years he's made headlines mostly for his tax troubles and the plethora of roles he missed out on, in cluding lead parts in Any Given Sunday, The Pink Pan ther Tower Heist and Quentin Tarantino's up coming Django Unchained. But now Tucker seems poised for a much-deserved comeback, with a supporting role in the Oscar-worthy new film Silver Linings Playbook, which opens in select cities this weekend. Film critics and fans have been constantly asking: 'What took you so long?' It appears that Tucker has chosen wisely, his part in Sil ver Linings Playbook, his first in five years, is earning some of the best reviews of his career. ican Music Awards. They both repeated her AMAs were also double winners. wins from last year picking up The 18-year-old won fa-trophies for favorite rap/hipvorite pop/rock male artist in hop artists and album for "Pink the first award handed out at Friday: Roman Reloaded."

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Soa s/Horosco es/Movie Reviews co; N a: w m ::!: w z > a: &L c a: &L c z c( c en w :l ..... ft w > w c w J: en ::::; m :l Q. z i= w ..J ..J :l m Soaps Bold And The Beautiful No updates available. Days Of Our Lives No updates available. General Hospital -John Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Make the commitment. Tap into a wealth of informa tion. See what you can get for free. You'll be more now. The money comes in un usual ways. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Provide leader ship. Complete an emotional task, and accept the reward. Take snapshots. Spend for something you ve long wanted. You can afford it. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Be loose with your imagination. Read about the past. Your work impresses a generous person. Venture into new territory. Review what you already have. You're getting more curiouser. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-You can afford-a special treat for the family. Get the word out. Go the extra mile to provide excellent service McBain must make a life-or death choice, and the fate of Port Charles is in his hands; Johnny's pending death may prompt him to reveal his se crets to Carly; shots are fired. A food fight erupts at the Quartermaines' home on Pisces (Feb. 19-Marcb 20) -You can go ahead now. Count your friends among your blessings. Look at the big picture. Everything seems possible. Count each little chick that hatches. Aries (March 21-April 19)-Discover new business opportunities in your network of friends. Surround yourself with those who have similar dreams and aspirations. Keep it positive. Buy something that makes your work easier. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Offers start pouring in Everything's possible with love. One special friend calls you at a lucky moment. Be lieve you can prosper. Provide information, and add splashes of color. Gemini (May 21-June 20) -Be supportive, and your home life benefits. Be cautious, and you'll make a profit. Take action at a lucky moment, and expect great things. Find joy at home. Thanksgiving. Young And The Restless -In this classic episode, friends and family gather as Victor and Nikki get married at the Colonnade Room, while Ashley reveals the truth about Abby's paternity. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -There's more work coming in Expand your menu. Your instincts are working well. Bake with love, and the delicious aroma fla vors the air. You have what you need. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -You have more than expected. Divvy work fairly and finish what you've started. Get cre ative, and the money rolls in. Reconnect with your base. Relax in the afterglow Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Get the best ingredi ents. You have the skills you need. Get an expert perspec tive. Use what you've kept stored away. Consider family in all decisions. Imagine the goal accomplished. Libra(Sept.23-0ct.22) Ask for what you've been promised. Friends teach you the rules. When that's under control, extend your area of influence. Consistent effort wins in the long run The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt. 2 -Bella (Kristen Stewart) awakes as a vampire after having a newborn daughter. She later learns that the Vol turi Organization is coming to kill the baby and her husband, Edward (Robert Pattison), Jacob (Taylor Latner) and the Cullen family must seek help to save the Very good fight scene at the end. En joyed it. Must-see! No. 1 at Box Office. Made $141M. (Budget $2ooM). **** Skyfall -James Bond (Daniel Craig) brings the pain for 2 hours/25 mins. in this action/thriller. This time, the villain is coming after the agency. Made $161M. (Budget $2ooM). **** Flight-Denzel Washing ton stars as a pilot with a sub stance abuse problem, who has to land a damaged plane. Don Cheadle had a good role in this drama. Must-see! Made $61M. (Budget $31M). **** Wreck-It-Ralph-An old school video game character attempts to shed his bad guy image by escaping to another game. Well-written. Excellent for kids and adults. Enjoyed it! Made $121M. (Budget $165M). **** Cloud Atlas (2012) -Tom Hanks and Halle Berry star in this 3 hour epic film about how the actions of peo ple throughout the past, present and future impact one another. Sounds confusing, but you have to check it out, if you have time. Made only $24M. (Budget N/A).*** Paranormal Activity 4 There's nothing new in this fourth version of a ghost haunting anther family. The ending was pretty good, but the story needed more action. Made $53M. (Budget $5M). *** Alex Cross -Tyler Perry plays a cop on the hunt for a hired killer called The Butcher. It's hard seeing Perry go from c9medy to ac tion. "The Butcher" (Matthew Fox) saved this movie with the way he was killing his vic tims. Made $25M. (Budget $35M).*** Argo -Ben Affleck stars in and directed this true story about six U. S. workers trapped in Tehran after the militants seized control of the U.S. Embassy. Affleck had to figure out a way to get them out. A 2nd winner for Affleck (he directed The Town). Made $92M. (Budget $44M). **** Sinister -A father (Ethan Hawke) comes across a grue. some home movie in his attic and realizes when he plays the move, the monster comes from the movie into his house. The monster wants the kids. Very creepy and disturbing Definitely, not for kids. Made $47M. (Budget $3M). ***112 Seven Psychopaths -A writer I director (Colin Ferrell) sets out to audition seven psy chopaths for his movie. He soon realizes the psychos are closer to him than he thinks. A well-written Pulp-Fiction type movie. Made $14M. (Budget $15M) ****

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Aikens MS.MARYLEE HARRINGTON DUVAL Homegoing services for Ms. Mary Lee Harrington Duval, who passed away on Wednes day, November 14, 2012, in St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa, will be held on Saturday, No vember 24, 2012, at 12:30 p. m. at Northside M. B. Church, 5706 North 40th Street, with Rev. Ricardo Robinson, pas tor, officiating, and Rev. Alfred James, Pastor of Mt. Carmel M. B. Church, Palmetto, FL, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mary Lee Harrington Duval was born in Quitman, Georgia, May 10, 1923, and moved to El lenton, FL, at the age of 6 months, after the passing of her father, the late Guy Har rington. At the age of 4 years old, her mother, the late Doshia Conley Harrington passed away. She along with siblings, Robert and Effie Lucile in turn, were raised by their older sister, Ella B. Johnson, more affec tionately known as Shoot. She was preceded in death by: her daughter, Yvonne Duval; sisters, Alberta Brooks, Ella B. Johnson, Larcy Bell Waiters, Nina Lee Carter, Willie Maude Persha and Lu cile. Rhondes; brothers, Jessie Harrington, Jiles Harrington and Robert Harrington; nephew, Travis Bibbins; and grandson, David Grooms. She departed her life No vember 14, 2012, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa. She leaves to cherish her memories: her loving.and de voted children, Alphonso Smith, Sr. (Helen) of Oviedo, FL, Elouise Vigilance, Tampa, and Jeriline Dobson, Tampa; grandchildren, Alphonso Smith, Jr., Chriss Von Thomas, Kimberly Smith, Willie L. James, Jr., Gwendolyn D. James, Gary L. James (Jen nifer), Jeffrey L. James, Pamela Duval, Candace Gra ham, Marlon Duval, Reginald Duval, Cedric Randall (Joyce), Tracey Perkins, Darron Duval and Coretta Tims; 48 great grandchildren and 52 great great grandchildren; sister-inlaw, Vivian Harrington of Pal metto, FL; favorite niece, Inez Ware; and a host of other rela tives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 23, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will re ceive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chun:h on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. AGNES MILDRED GARY 'BUITERFLY' Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Agnes Gary of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, November 17, 2012, will be held Saturday, November 24, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Peace Pro gressive Primitive Baptist Church, 2628 E. Lake Avenue, with Rev. Timothy J. Kemp, pastor, officiating. Inte.rment will be held at Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery. Agnes was born February 18, 1926, to the late Malcom and Ellen Jackson. She e!Qoyed spending time with her friends and family, watching Westerns and the Price Is Right. She was preceded in death by: parents, Malcom and Ellen Jackson; husband, Samuel Gary; son, Jerome Lott; sister, Emily Jackson; and brothers, Malcom and Kelvin Jackson. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: children, Ernest Williams (Sabrina), Raymond Lott, Ty rone Lott, Yvonne Jones, Viola Gary (Joe) and Diana Finley; grandchildren, Darrin Lott, Tracy Jones, Yushica Gary (Tim), Raymond Lott, Jr., Damon Lott, Rachel Lott, Devin Johnson of Gulfport, MS, Sharron Gary, India Gary (Nathan), and Shantwan Wtl son;greatgrandchildren,Shanara Wilson, Nathan Thomas, Jr., Davnea McDonald, Daria Lott, Rodrick Walker, Sherrod Walker, Maurice Hall, Jr., Nathaniel Thomas, Tevin Mc Donald, Ramod Walker, Karon Gary, Jason Mutcherson, Jr., Daron Lott, Jr. and Jaylin Johnson; cousin, Mitchell Hudson of Gulfport, MS; sis ter-in-law, Mary Alice Ward and family; close friends, Joycelyn Tims, Lindsey Lamar, Reginald Turk, Lamonica Ord way, Shirley Pugh, Karen Johnson, Timothy Nash, Eddie Grady and Rev. Timothy J. Kemp; and a host of other sur rounding family, friends and neighbors. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Friday, November 23, 2012, from 5-8 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. DONNA J. HOLLINS Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Donna J. Hollins of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, November 15, 2012, will. be held Saturday, Novem ber 24, 2012, at 10:30 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. MLKJr. Blvd., with Elder Gerald Green, Sr., offici ating. Interment will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Donna was born March 9, 1959, to James and Annie Vick ers. She e!Voyed reading music, playing cards and sharing Sun day dinners with the family. She was preceded in death by: father, James Vickers; son, Willie Hollins,_Jr.; and grand mother, Rosa Lee. Bankston. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: husband, Willie J. Hollins; children, Dwaneshia K. Hollins, Alexis N. Hollins, Willis J. Hollins and Gregory K. Lawrence, Jr.; mother, Annie J. Vickers; brothers, James Earl Vickers (JoeAnn), Larry Vickers and Danny Lee Vickers; sisters, Rosa James (Herntan), Shirley Vickers (James) and Vickie Mack (Stephonse); special friend, Gregory K. Lawrence; aunts, Mae Pearl Merritt, Essie Mer ritt and Henrietta Ranson; un cles, Robert Bankston and Theodore Merritt, Sr., brother in-law, Kirt Hollins; sister-in law, Geraldine Harrison; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 23, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will re ceive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. HELEN LOUISE JONES Homegoing services for Mrs. Helen Louise Jones of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, November 16, 2012, will be held on Saturday, No vember 24, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, with Rev. Allen Cusseaux, officiat ing. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Mrs. Helen Louise Jones was born June 11, 1932, in Par rot, Georgia. She was a member of New Mt. Zion M. B. Chun:h. She was a faithful member of her chun:h for over 50 years. She e!Qoyed gardening, shopping and spending time with family. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Lester Jones; grandson, Carl Baker Russell, Jr.; parents, James and lola Copeland; sister, Theortics Hall; and brother, Adolphus Copeland. She leaves to cherish her me .... ories: children, Shirley Yvonne Green and Clinton Leon Sherman; grandchildren, Trysha Russell, Carlton Rus sell, Ashley Harrison, Clin eathea Harrison and Bianca Sherman; great grandchildren, Trayshauna Brown, Kiara Brown, Alexis Nichole Russell and Demarko Russell; great great grandchildren, Christo pher Wallace, Jr. and Kianna Wallace; brother, James Copleland, Jr.; sister-in-law, Deloris Taylor; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, church family and caregivers of Some Place Like Home and Hospice. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, November 23, 2012, from 5-8 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. BENJAMIN. O'NEAL WATSON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Be.Vamin O'Neal Watson, who passed away Thursday November 15, 2012, will be held Saturday, November 24, 2012, at 2:30 p. m. at Brown Memorial COGIC Church, 2313 E. 2oth Avenue, with Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor, of ficiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Be.Vamin Watson was born on April 6, 1928, to the late Thomas, Sr. and Elease Wat son in Babson Park, FL. He was preceded in death by: parents, Thomas, Sr. and Elease Watson; daughter, Glo ria Watson Coleman; son, Al fonso Watson; sister, Rebecca Kitchen; nephews, Johnny B. Mason and Kenneth Watson; and grandchild, Rochelle Wat-son. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: wife, Josephine Watson; chil dren, Be!Qamin Watson, Jr., Ullie Watson, Marilyn Watkins (James), Edward Watson, Debra Hanley (Les), Linda Howard (Thomas), Elease Watson-Johnson, Benita Watson-Douthitt (Fred die), and Walter Watson; grandchildren, James T. Cook, Sr. (Kia), Michael Cook (Trina), Josephine, Thomas, Whitney and Tayvon Howard, Porschesha Austin, Leon Grady, Cornelius, Jr., Devor rick, LaQuanda, Andre', Al fonso, Jr., DeAndre, Alexis, Dominique, Stedmen and Ash ley Watson; great grandchil dren, Antonio, Jr., Alex Honey, Joneil, Cornelius and Markia Watson, and Shaniqua, James T., Jr., De.Va, Jamecia and Jalin Cook, and Jahnee' Miller, Jayla and Ja'Veon Howard, DeAndre Buggs, Ja mari 'Yany' Haughbrook, Ray onna Milton, Darien Evans, Jr., Laila King, and Johny Austin; nieces, Lucielle Mason, Susan Monroe (Ivory) and Sheila Matthews (Harold); nephews, Roosevelt Mason, and Christopher Watson; cousin, Charles McGill; special friends, Tommy Upshaw, Sr. and Willie Mae Jones. The viewing will be held Fri day, November 23, 2012, at Agape Ministries Church of God, 5112 N. 34th Street, Tampa, 33610, from 5-8 p. m. The fanilly will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chun:h on Saturday at 2:15 .p. m. for the service at Brown Memorial COGIC Chun:h. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME r-0 :!l en m z J!! m c rrz "'0 c m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c :!l c

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Harmon MS. JANICE MURPHY Homegoing service for Ms. Janice Murphy of 6815 Woodville St., Apt. 84, Tampa, 33612, who was called home to rest on November 13, 2012, will be heldSaturday Noven;tber 24, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Antonio Hawkins, Pastor of Faith Alive at Mt. Silla C:hurch, officiating. Interment Will follow in Rest Haven Me-morial Park. Janice was preceded in death by: her father, Mr. James Murphy Sr.; her mother, Ms. Lucy Murphy; Q son, Leroy Froyer; grand ii daughter, Geraldine Froyer; U.. and brother, Nathanial MurQ phy. :i She leaves to cherish her fond memories: daughter, Treacy Murphy and husband, 0 Sayyid Glaze; sons, Theodore 0 Murphy and Frederick Mur phy; gi-andchlldren, Jaquln tMurphy, Janice K. Murphy, > Jbrll and Zion Glaze, Melody a: and Monica Murphy and 11.1 Shawn Murphy; sisters, Betty Smiley (Atlanta, GA), Annette Q Holmes, Lena Murphy and w Alva Murphy; brother, James ::z:: Murphy; a special friend, Mr. 0 Willie Sherdrick; special uncle and aunt, Mr. James Alexan-der and Ms. Betty Sallet; a host of other surviving relatives and z friends. i= Before her illness Janice w Murphy was a faithful member :j of Northside Missionary Bap : tist Church. m She was educated in Hills -1 borough County Public W Schools. A few years later she Z relocated to Newark, NJ, be t= fore returning back home to ffi Tampa. 0 Friends attending the home c( going service are asked to asQ semble at Harmon Funeral ji Home, Chapel, 5002 N. 40th 0 Street, Tampa. it A HARMON BURIAL l Sentinel Bulletin "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for if" 813) 248-1921 Jackson MR. SONISEST. PHAR,SR. A celebration of life serVice for Mr. Sonise S.t. Phar, Sr., who departed this life on November 15, 2012, in a local healthcare facility after a sudden illness, will be held Satur day, November 24, 2012, at 11 a. m. at True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, 2526 W. Sligh Avenue, Tampa, with Rev. Xavier Johnson, pastor, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Sonise St. Phar; Sr. was born May 27, 1957, to the late Oreus St. Phar and the late Elia Juimeus ofGonaives, Haiti. On November 15, 2012 at 4:15 p. m. Sonise departed this life at Tampa General Hospital after a sudden illness. He was raised in a Christian home and accepted Christ at young age. He attended school in Haiti and later decided to come to the United States in 1982, to further his education and work hard to support his family in Haiti. Sonise leaves to cherish his memories: four sons, Jackson (Adeline) Orelus, Gonalves, Haiti, Donald St. Phar, Or lando, FL, Elijah St. Phar, Miami, FL, and Sonise St. Phar, Jr., Tampa; three daughters, Wendy St. Phar, Miami, FL, Lisa (Dutelin) Victor, Or lando, FL, and Sonitra St. Phar, Tampa; 13 grandchildren,Aiexandra,Lyarta,Donaid, Jr., Jasline, Soirilia kl Jac me, Jeff, Mikel, Que-shawn, Daynay, Dominique, Lena and Elijah; stepchildren whom he loved and raised as his own, Elizabeth, Clarence, Martavious, Martika and Jakyshiah; and a special loving, caring and devoted companion, Latahshala Parks-Heath. Sonise also leaves several loving brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews; a good friend and ex-wife, Vanessa St. PharFox; a special nephew, Obelson Pierre, Everett, Massachusetts; and a host of special friends, co-workers with United Cab; including Kevin and Teco. Visitation will be Friday, No vember 23, 2012, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, Tampa, from 6-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church (2526 W. Sligh Ave., behind Walgreen' s at Sligh and Armenia) at 10:45 a. m. for the service. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. Cremation Fuueraf ... e..nw. Shopper's DiKGunt MR. DAVID WALKER, JR. Mr. David Walker, Jr. of Tampa, went home to be with the Lord Friday, November 16, 2012. A graveside service will take place Saturday, November 24, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 East Chelsea Street. Interment will follow Born January 23, 1961, to the late David Walker, Sr. and Annie Mae Walker, Mr. David Walker, Jr. was a lifelong resident ofTampa. He attended the schools of Hillsborough County and worked at Tampa Yacht and Country Club and Walker Security Company. He was preceded in death by: his father, David Walker, sr.; mother, Annie Mae Walker; and niece, Tanika Thornton. David Walker, Jr. leaves to cherish his memories: daughter, Davonna Standford; brother, Nathaniel Walker (Rosie); 2 sisters, Mae Watson (Lewis) and Virginia Walker; nephews and nieces, Darryl Walker, Kenny Walker, Linda Walker, Katina Walker, Rhonda Walker (Noah), Rufus and Chantel Anderson, Randy Edwards and Joshua McKenzie; 2 aunts, Earlene Gadson and Carolyn Jones; uncle, Eddie Gadson; and a host of cousins, other family and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 23, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. EDDIE Mr. Eddie Oliver, Sr., departed his life on November 14,2002. Ten years have gone by without you. We love you and miss you, rest in peace. Sadly missed by: your sons, Eddie Oliver, Jr. and EarlS. Oliver; grands and great grands; and other famlly members and friends. MR. ROBERT J. SAMUElS Mr. Robert J. Samuels, 74, of Tampa, passed away Sun day, November 18, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, November 26, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street, Tampa, with Dr. W. James Favorite, officiating. From humble beginnings in North Philadelphia, Bob rose to become a pioneering trailblazer and leader. After serving in the U. S. Air Force, he became one of the first African Americans to enter banking, ultimately retiring in 1992 as vice president of Manufacturers Hanover Bank Global Financial Institutions Group. He attended the American Institute of Banking, New York Institute of Credit, and Rutgers University's Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Bob moved to Tampa 1992 and soon founded the Tampa Bay Alliance of Black Professionals. Diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1994, he met the challenge by founding the Florida Prostate Cancer Network and the National Prostate Cancer Coalition, and serving as a consultant to the FDA's Oncology Drug Advisory Committee. A lifelong leader, Bob is listed in Who's Who in Black America, his likeness is in the. Baltimore Great BlackS In Wax Museum and he was inducted into the Black Hall of Fame in Philadelphia. He founded the New York City Urban Bankers Coalition and the National Association of Urban Bankers, co-founded the Harlem YMCA's Black Achievers in Industry Program, and established the United Negro College Fund's Corporate Matching Gifts Program in 1998. Predeceased by his parents, Hubert Samuels and Lorraine Bizzeii-Biue, Bob is survived by: his wife. Lillie; sons, Robert, Jr., Anthony and Christopher; two grandchildren; a stepson and stepdaughter; and six step grandchildren. The remains will repose from 5-7 p. m ., Sunday, November 25, 2012, at Beulah Baptist Institutional. Church, and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.oom IN LOVING MEMORY LOUISE HICKS REED 'BIG MAMA' 1918-2009 You fought a good fight and kept the faith, and accepted your crown of life. It has been 3 years since you left us to be with the Lord. We miss your love and your guidance. We will always love you. Your loving children: Mattie, Janie, Lena and Diane; and family. IN MEMORIAM MRS. ERNESTINE HICKS It has been a year since you left 3207 Dodge, to your heavenly home. We can hear you singing "Two Wings," with that beautiful smile on your face. We all love you and know that you have a special love for eachofus. If roses grow in heaven, Lord pick a bunch for each of us. Place them in Stine's loving arms and--tell her they're from us. Tell Stine that we love and niiss her, and when she turns to smile, please place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her fora while. Remembering her is easy, we do it every day and there's an ache deep in our hearts that will never go away. The family extends heartfelt gratitude for your love, prayers and support during the passing of our precious lived one. Special thanks to Amy and Ann of Assera HealthCare, Moffitt Cancer Center, Florida Hospital Fletcher and Fairway Oaks. May God richly bless each of you. Truly missed by the chll-. dren. and goddaughter, Pat Pitt.

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MOTHER RUBY L JACKSON It has been fourteen yean since you have gone to your restin& place, it seems like yesterday. We stand in faith, we will be tosether again, but for now, weremember you and our precious memories within our hearts. Loved and missed dearly. Love always: Gloria, Geraldine and Padrica. MEMORIAM MRS. CLEMMIE L. COLEMAN April 20, 1941 -November 25, 1994 "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven." ECC. 3:1 It is hard to believe that eighteen years have passed since we lost you; it still feels like yesterday. You were then and forever will be our precious Angell Love always, your children and your husband. IN MEMORIAM TELLECIA 'SHARRON' JOHNSON Jan. 31, 1976-Nov. 24, 2009 My Darling Daughter, we are at the three year mark and God gave me these words to say to you. For those who have been ransomed by the Lord will return, they will enter Jerusalem singing, crowned with everlasting joy. Sorrow and mourning will disappear, and they will be filled with joy and gladness. (ISAIAH 51:11) From: mom, Sharon; sister, Shan; brother, A'min; daughters, Loronda and ArriaJah; nieces and nephews. ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. 11-23-1991 By love they are remembered, and in memory they live. We love you and miss you very much. Love always: mother, Martha Thompson; and family. IN LOVING MEMORY OSCAR TAYLOR 2/6/38 11/28/08 Our lives are forever changed since God called you home four years ago. You will forever be in our hearts. We love you: your wife, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, family and friends. CARD OF THANKS LEONARD HORNSBY The family of Leonard (Uncle Sonny) Hornsby, acknowledges with deep appreciation the many comforting phone calls, cards, prayers, food, flowers and many other expressions. Special thanks to: Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Eric E. Campbell and God's Side Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Danny C. Os borne. The Hornsby family. EARLIEST 'WILL' WILLIAMS November 21, 1971 We pther together to ask our Lord's blessi.nz is the openiq line of the Dutch hymn written to Jive thanks for the victory that was almost in sishL Life is often like thaL That victory may still be around the cor ner, but that should not keep us from Pvfn& thanks. So dear children, as you pther to Jive thanks for life's victo ries, your mama and I have gathered in Glory to praise God for the victory; to thank Him for his.many blessings, including you; and to wait around the corner hoping to see you--one day! Sing praises to His Name ; He forgets not His own. The legacies of Earliest and Leila Smith Williams. KWAMEBAKER 10/23/78 -11/23/11 HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY KA'WAYNE DAVIS 9/2/93-8/22/94 We cried when you passed away, we still cry today. Although we loved you dearly, we couldn't make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest, GOO broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best! Happy belated birthday and may you R.I.P. Love: mom, Brenda Davis, Baby, CoCo, Keon, Hawk, nieces, nephews and other family members. ., 6 ::D g (/) m z z m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z ., c: m r-c;; :::z::: m 0 m < m c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 ., :!! 0

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c t u.. c z < c en w ::::: tw > w c w :I: en ::::i m ::::: Q. z i= w _. _. ::::: m _. w z w en t g u.. CARD OF THANKS MR. AARON STILLINGS, JR. We, the family of the late, Mr. Aaron Stillings, Jr., wishes to thank you all for the many acts of kindness shown during our bereavement. For all the cards, calls, visits and food, we say thanks. The family. THINK YOU BEATRICEW. SPEARMAN The family of the late Beatrice W. Spearman acknowledges with deep appreciation, the many comforting phone calls and messages, cards, prayers, food, flowers and many other expressions of kindness and concern shown to us. We wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbors for all their help, love and support. We also send our gratitude and appreciation to: Rev. Dr. Henry J. Lyons and New Salem M. B. Church Femily; and the service rendered by Wilson Funeral Home and its staff. CARD OF APPRECIATION FREDDIE RAWLS I Carried You On Eagles Wings And Brought You To Myself. EXODUS. 19:4 The family of Freddie Rawls acknowledges with grateful appreciation, all acts of kindness, seen and unseen, during the de niise of otlr loved one. The cards, telephone calls, prayers, visits and other sympathetic gestures are deeply appreciated. Special thanks to: Pastor Madison Murray and the Greater Friendship M B. Church family, the staff of Melech Hospice House, Edward W. Stone and Stone's Memorial Funeral Home staff, and Longshoremen Local #1402. May God richly bless each and all of you. Thank you so much. Mr. Luther Pratt and the family of Freddie Rawls. ... IN MEMORIAM MRS. RUBY KEN ON November26 It's been 8 years since you left our presence. We thank the Lord for the time we had with you. Wishing you a happy birthday with all our love. We'll always miss you. Your loving family! FUNERAL HOME mJ N -29lh St Tampe. R.33805 (D) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125 I Local Jurv Convicts Elderlv Man 01 Manslaughter On Monday afternoon, a jury took less than 2 hours to con vict a 71-year-old man of manslaughter. The jury con sisted of 4 women and 2 men; 4 whites, 1 Black woman, and 1 Hispanic or Asian woman. Since the shooting took place in September 2010, Trevor Dooley has contended that he shot David James, 41, in self defense. The two neighbors be came engaged in an argument after a teenager started skate boarding on the basketball court. James had given the skate boarder permission and Dooley objected. The two became engaged in an argument that quickly turned violent. Dooley, who is 5'7" and weighs 160 pounds, said he shot James, who stood 6'1" and 240 pounds, after James began choking him James died at the scene and his daughter, then 8 years old, witnessed the shooting. She is now 10 and under the sion of the Florida Department of Children and Families She is residing in Minnesota with an aunt. The child was called to tes tify for the defense. She stated that Dooley attempted to TREVOR DOOLEY ... Convicted of Manslaughter leave, but James prevented Dooley from leaving. Dooley, who had a weapons permit, said the shooting qual ified under the "Stand Your Ground" Law. However, Judge Ashley Moody refected that defense earlier this year. Dooley testified in his own defense. In addition to the manslaughter conviction, Dooley was also convicted of im proper exhibition of a weapon and open carrying of a firearm Both charges are misde meanors. Dooley could be sentenced to a maximum of 30 years in pri son when he stands before Judge Moody on January 10, 2013. Readers Balled Bv Conviction 01 Doolev BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday afternoon a jury convicted Trevor Dooley, 71, of manslaughter in the death of his neighbor, 41-year-old David James. The 6-member jury took less than two hours to reach the verdict The shooting took place in September 2010. Dooley, who testified in his own defense, said James was choking him at the time the fatal shot was fired. Some readers shared their opinion about the verdict. Ross Anderson said, I was shocked by the verdict. And I agree with Dooley, if the roles had been reversed, he would not have been convicted. It probably would never have gone to trial. Ms. Yvette Lewis said, I'm just really upset over the verdict. I don t understand how that verdict could have come about when the vic tim's own daughter testified that her father stopped him from leaving "This is an example of the need for more African Aiilericans on juries. When an African American is called for jury duty, he or she should serve instead of trying to get out of it. "James went after him and he was only defending himself. I just don't understand this ver dict." James Ransom said, "We haven't seen the last of this kind of thing Some people have gotten away with killing --.-. someone who should be locked up. When you're at the mercy of the jury, that's the law. "'This case makes you wonder because others have walked away using the Stand Your Ground Law. He feared for his life but he could get 30 years in prison for defimding himself. We have to hope that justice prevails "The risk of this law is that it seems to work for some but, not for everyone. I think the Stand Your Ground law is very risky." Attorney Brenda Walker said she is unsure of how she stands on the Dooley case. However as an at torney she has some issues with the Stand L--___.J Your Ground Law. "I have a problem with how the law is interpreted and mis I don't think it is interpreted in the way it was in tended in many of the cases

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Crime Alleged Babv Mama Drama leaves Four People lniured In Club Stabbing On Wednesday, November 14th at 1:45 a. m., Tampa Police were called to the Hollywood Nites Lounge, 3003 North Howard Avenue When officers arrived they found four people stabbed, and the suspect. According to police, Willie T. Grace, 35, and David Robinson, 39, were fighting inside the club when Grace pulled out a knife and started stabbing Robinson. David Ross, 32, and Alphonso Morgan, 38, were working security for the club and intervened to break up the fight. Police said Grace stabbed Ross in the shoulder, and hit Morgan on the back of the head. Another person at the club, Ebony Chisolm, was cut on her thigh during the incident. Police said Grace was subdued by other security personnel outside the club. Robinson, who according WILLIE T. GRACE stabbed four people at Hollywood Nites. to a family member was stabbed 12 times, was hospi talized with non-life threat ening injuries Grace was also transported to a local hospital for injuries he sustained during the incident. He was medically cleared, and. has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. After being processed, Grace was released after posting a bond of$15,000. According to a family Three People Arrested on Drug Tranicking Charges SHIKEENA LAMAR DORY DIXON MICHAEL WOODS On Monday, Tampa Police arrested three people on drug trafficking charges. Police spokesperson, Andrea Davis, said the report hasn't been completed yet, but she did report that 33 grams of pow der cocaine was seized during the arrest at the Best Buy Store, 1725 North Dale Mabry. Arrested on drug trafficking charges were Shikeena Lamar, 36, Michael Woods, 46, and Dory Di,xon, 43. All three suspects are being held without bond on the charges. DAVID ROBINSON ... reportedly stabbed 12 times byGr.ace. member of stabbing victim, Robinson, he didn't know Grace prior to this incident. However, it is alleged that Robinsori and Grace both have children with the same woman. The family member, who didn't want to be iden tified, said Grace walked up to Robinson like he was going to shake his hand, and started stabbing him. The family member said Robinson lost his father when he was 3-years-old to violence. Man Who Admits TaSiavtna Charged CARLOS RIVAS A Tampa man was arrested Saturday night after he admit ted to killing another man. He has been charged with firstdegree murder and grand theft. According to police, a Tampa Police Officer was stopped at the intersection of N. 15th Street and E. Fowler Avenue, around 9:45 p.m. A Black man is said to have walked up to the officer's vehicle and told the officer he had killed someone Police responded to the University OakwoQd Apart ments, 1254 E. 113th Avenue, and located a male victim inside an apartment. The death has been classified as a homicide and is being investigated by the Tampa Police Department Homicide Squad. Police arrested Carlos Ruben Rivas, 49, and transported him to the Hillsborough County Jail. He is being held without bond. Police have not released the identity of the victim or any additional information on the case. Woman Competent To Stand Trial In Murder 01 lonerv Winner z 0 < m 3: m m DORICE "DEE DEE" MOORE charged with murdering Shakespeare The woman accused of murdering a lottery winner in 2009 has been found competent to stand trial. Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore will be standing trial in the murder of Abraham Shakespeare. On Monday, Judge Emmett Battles determined Moore met the statutory requirement for competency and has sufficient rational understanding. In 2006, Shakespeare, a laborer, won a $30 million lottery, later accepting the lump sum of $17 million. On November 9, 2009, Shakespeare's family ABRAHAM SHAKESPEARE .. lottery winner found buried under concrete slab in the backyard of Dee Dee Moore's boyfriend's home. .... N reported him missing, say., ing they hadn't seen him r since April of that year. In ,January 2010, his body was 5:! found buried under a concrete slab in the backyard of a house owned by Moore's boyfriend. He was 43 z Investigators revealed that m Moore had launched a business with c Shakespeare, giving herJ= self control of the money. !!l She subsequently withdrew z $1 million and bought her., self a Hummer, a Chevrolet i Corvette, and a truck before r going on vacation. She later iii said the money was a gift ffi from Shakespeare. C m < m -t UNCLE SANDY c m en c Being different isn't bad 2, 4, 8, 11 as long as you know 14, 17, 19, 21 who you are 23, 25, 28, 30 and why you are different 33, 35, 40, 42. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Ta Para Plaza @ NabraSb Ave. & scott St. .. c "9 c' J J,\ c s J"' .. ... 1C be oased sc c .. cc, Setae 10"' cc Js .. s t0 sc-c, .... --fo "fiJt O" 'cJ: crs J"C ex:iC' ecel )> z c ., :!! c C) m N Co) I )>

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2012 B local Sororitv Hosts Fundraiser On O ctobe r 26, Gamma T h eta O mega, Inc in partnership with Gamma Thet a Omega C hapter of Alpha Kappa A lpha Sorority, Inc., hos t e d a fundraiser. Th e eve nt was held at the Tamp a Muse um of Art and th e t h e m e was "AK A Afte r D a r k ... Blac k W h i t e a n d Pearls. Several of t h e Sororit y s M S. DONNA DOU GLAS Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., President. Signature Programs are fund e d i n part b y this fundra i s e r Mrs. Lisa PointerHolmes w a s the C h a irperson a n d Mrs. Keysha Davis was the Co C hairperson. Ms. Donna Douglas is t he President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. (Photographs b y Julia Jackson and Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keep sakes). Chef Jackson Washington, III, of Emma Jean' s Family Catering, provided the refreshments during the evening. Keysha D avis and Lisa Pointer-Holmes were the Chairperson and the C o -Chairperson, of the fundraiser. Akilah Bell and Rhonesia L. Dennard greeted the guests and collected the tickets at the door. Evelyn and Joe McFadden attended the fundraiser. F undraiser c ommittee m embers were: B elin d a Lawson, Sherell Wilson Aki lah B e ll Keysha Davis, B lanch e Turner Deborah Barnes, and Lauren Barnes. lAUREN BARNES RHONESIA L. DENNARD DEBORAH BARNES Aaron Porter and Kisha Porter was one of couples who enjoyed the "AKA After Dark ... Black, White, and Pearls" Event. Tony Woods, Natahsa Goodley, Chris Grier, Monique Watson, and Stephanie Sykes attended the event. Cisley Armstrong, Angela Steele, Kelly Barrett, and Lynette Barrett attended the fundrais e r Yolanda Laurent and Marie Genard (SG Rho) came to support the event and have a good time. Tony Bennett and Rock-It-Rod were the DJs for the "AKA After Dark Black, White, and Pearls" Event.

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COGIC Leader Local coa1c Reelects Protecting Your Home And Presiding Bishop 1 1 bl 0 Th H 1-d Charles E. Blake, Sr. es ver e Is leader Sentinel StaffWriter installing cameras that can w St. Louis, MODuring the .tOSth Holy Convocation, in St. Louis, the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) has once again chosen Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. as its Presiding Bishop. The General Assembly, the Legislative Body of the Church of God in Christ, has overwhelmingly reelected Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. to the Office Presiding Bishop and leader of the churches' Executive Branch. Bishop Blake is responsible for the day-to day operation of the nearly 6.5 million-member church. Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. says, "I am humbled and delighted to be chosen to continue to lead one of the greatest churches in the world. The Church of God in Christ is a beacon of hope and love I want to thank the church for the opportunity to serve as presiding bishop for another quadrennial." The General Board is the Board of Directors of the denomination and gov erns the church between meetings of the General Assembly. The General Board consists of twelve members including the Presiding Bishop. The 2012 General Assembly delegates also elected four new members to the General Board, with seven returning incumbents: Returning Incumbents: Bishop Phillip Aquilla Brooks, Bishop Jerry Wayne Macklin, Bishop Roy Lawrence Hailey Winbush, Bishop George Dallas McKinney, Bishop Nathaniel Wyoming Wells, Bishop Sedgwick Daniels and Bishop Frank Otha White. Newly Elected Members: Bishop J. Drew Sheard, Bishop Brandon B. Porter, Bishop Ted Thomas, Sr., and Bishop Lawrence M. Wooten. The additional national officers elected for a new four-year term include: General Secretary, Bishop Joel H. Lyles, Jr.; Financial Secretary, PRESIDING BISHOP CHARLES E. BlAKE, SR. Bishop Frank Anthone White; and Treasurer, Pastor Charles Harrison Mason Patterson. Board of Bishops: Bishop John H. Sheard, Chair; Bishop Donald R. Murray, 1st Vice President; Bishop Albert Galbraith, 2nd Vice President; Bishop Larry Shaw, Secretary; Bishop Hester Bordeaux, Assistant Secretary; Bishop Cody Marshall, Treasurer; Bishop Bobby Warren, Sergeant at Arms. Trustee Board: Dwight E. Walls, Chair; Mildred Linzy, Vice Chair; Sylvia H. Law, 2nd Vice Chair; David Hall, Jr., Josephus Shepherd, Georgia Macklin Lowe, Carl Barnes, Joseph Chase, Amos Smith, Melton Timmons, William Watson, III, Ailean Stingley, Sandra Smith Jones, Michael Golden, Jr., Darin Burns. Pastors and Elders: Michael Eaddy, Chair; Destry Bell, Vice Chair; Prince Bryant, II, Secretary; Thomas May, Treasurer. Chairman of the General Assembly, Pastor James Hunt says, "I would like to thank all of the delegates, they did a great job. The quadrennial election was excellent, Election Committee Chairlady Myra Banks and her com mittee did a commendable job with the election, and everything was done time ly and in an expeditious manner." During this holiday season, thefts and home burglaries rise as people are out doing more shopping. be monitored on your phone, laptop, or other devices. N ADT Security Systems specialist, Jarvis El-Amin, offers some safety tips to people to help them protect their home and valuables over the h9lidays. "I have put together a list of safety tips that I hope will not just cut back on thefts and burglaries, but bec9me a permanent security initiative for everyone," said ElAmin. "Of all the safety tips, I think the one most impor tant is one that many people still tend to That is, when you discard the wrap pings and boxes of items you've purchased, don t put them in the trash for every one in the neighborhood to see what's inside your home Tear them up into smaller pieces, and put them in garbage bags that you can't see inside of." El-Amin said another JARVIS EL-AMIN safety tip is for people to make sure their property is well lit. He suggests a motion light, and definitely have a light at the entrance to your residence. "Break-ins increase over the holidays, so if you leave your home for an extended period of time, make sure your mail is either stopped or picked up. The same applies for newspapers. "You can also have some kind of timer in your house that will cut the lights on at night." El-Amin sa i d a lot of peo ple are taking advantage of "Installing cameras is very cost effective, and an aid to law enforcement to help them identify and arrest the criminals trying to break into your: home. "I think the main objects are for you to use your alarm systems, minimize your loses by using common sense, avoid confrontations, and at the top of the list is fire safe-ty. Be wary of space heaters, electrical Christmas-lights, overloaded plugs and cords, and make sure your smoke detectors are operational." El-Amin said people should also be careful about wearing a lot of jewelry when they're out shopping, because that makes them an easy target. "To check out what's going on in your neighborhood, or just to find out if you're living in a safe area, visit www.spotcrime.com. 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Organization Reaches Out To Seniors BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For the nth year, Care giver's Helping Hand, Incorpo rated has dedicated itself to the welfare of seniors, handi capped children and other dis placed people. The organization's founder, Richedean Hills-Ackbar, said she thinks it's vital that someone reaches out to the seniors. They normally are housed in a facility and forgotten The y lo v e people to sing to them, es pecially the kids and they love when you bring them gifts. Ms. Hills-Ackbar said she s beeri fortunate to have developed partnerships with great people and organizations. "Chaplain Moses Brown helps me out at four area centers, and a Girl Scout troop helps out at two others. We' re always reaching out to other facilities, including one for terminally ill children. I'd like to form partner ships with some of the churches in the area so they can get more involved, espe cially this year. I don't want any senior to miss out. I have kids who have been with me for 9 years, and are getting ready to graduate from high school. So, I'm going to need a new crew for next year." M s Hills-Ackbar said she s on a website for area scJlools to let the stu dents know they work niunity service hours through her organization. It's very important to make sure the seniors get something for the holida ys. They don t ask for much, but I've seen them cry just because somebody cares enough to hand them a card or a gift. It means a lot to them. On November 27th, Care givers and some partners will be hosting Senior Day At the Movies. This year, it will be at Plant City Premiere 8 Theaters, and it will be free for the first 200 people. Seating will begin at 11 a. m., and the movie will start at 11:45 a m For the entire month of December, Caregiver's Helping Hand will be handing out Christmas baskets at 18 reha bilitation, retirement, and as sisted living facilities. For more information about this organization, or to get involved as a volunteer, please call (813) 379-8966, or (813) 431-1814. FIDiiiJ MIDibers CODII To lid If WOIDII Accused II Killing Her Infant Son As investigators with the Plant City Police Department try to figure out what led a 30year-old woman to kill her sweek-old son, family members of Talae Thomas are asking themselves the same question. Last Thursday, Plant City Police responded to a suspi cious person call from a resi dent living near the i ntersection of West Grant and South Alexander Streets. At the scene, they found Thomas lying in the street. She report edly told them she needed medical attention, and wanted to go to the hospital. When the officers drove to her apart ment, they found s-week-old Chase dead. Thomas was then arrested and charged with first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse. An aunt, Wmnie DUrant, said Chase was her niece's first child. "We have hundreds of pic tures with Talae kissing and holding Chase. People have to understand that Talae was a professional, and good at her job. She really loved her son. "Right now, this is a time for us to come together. We ve planned a memorial service for next Saturday, because we're putting the emphasis on the loss of the baby right now." Talae Thomas and her son, Chase. Thomas has been arrested for killing Chase. Ms. Durant describes her niece as a sweet gentle person that was suffering from mental problems. "She was living with her dad, but wanted desperately to be on her own, especially after the baby was born. "Talae is well educated, and her mental breakdowns started over a course of time and progressed." Ms. Durant said it's im portant for Talae to know they love her, and want to see her to make sure she's alright. "This is going to be a tough holiday season for the family. Ever year SOple family has to go through this, and now it's us. It's really hard. "We are getting together to try and make sense of all this, and at the same time giving Talae all the support we can." All Class Reunion Donates To MaHin Cancer Center The All-Class Reunion of the '70S and '8os held a Pink and White event last month to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Last Sunday, November 11, 2012, members of therei5 union group gathered at the Open Cafe to make the check preseatation to a Moffitt Cancer )lo Center representative. The check was tor $1,500. rn left to right are Terry Parker Roe, Vyundra Vmson, Annette .Gambrell, Harriet Me-m Nealy, Ericka Harris (Moffitt rep), Tammy Jackson, Valerie Frazier and Gloria Shellman. In :z; the rear are Adrian White, Johnnie Roe, Eric Lee, Willie Jackson, Danny Green and Anthony :::! Frazier. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) OJ ? Ice Tampa's Downtown on Ice, an outdoor skating ririk, opened on Friday, November 16th, at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. The rink will be opened daily through January 5, 2013, and will have ex tended hours during the school holidays. c OJ u; ::::1: m 0 m .................................................... Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Political Action Committee Yvette Lewis, Chair Tel813 234-8683 Thank You! The 201 2 Election has come and gone; th people have spoken. We would hke to than all of the communit9 based organizations, sororiti-es & fraternities, labor unions, and churches that helped rna this el _ection process successful. Hillsborough Count9 voted! -4 c m C/) 0 )lo z 0 ., 0

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N that Paul, supposedly a prisYou cannot lose focus or don t think should recei v e a: oner, was able to assemble give up because soine the word and blessings of the leaders together. choose not to believe the God. These are the people ::E Sometimes you have to truth that you teach and who hear the word, receive Ow> lgok beyond your circumpreach. the word, and are blessed by stance and operate in the The message he preached the word. z >;' calling and the anointing in to them was that they will Paul stayed there for two your life The anointing or hear the word, but not unyears in his own rented Journev For Ministrv. calling on your life tranderstand it; they shall see house and received all who ff scends the position ofyour and not understand (vs. came (vs. 30). The law God has a master plan for your life. God knows where He wants you to be, how you are to get there and what He wants you to do. You may know the where and the what, but what gets a little cloudy sometimes is the how. God reveals a lot of things to you, but oftentimes He omits the how Paul knew that he was going to preach the message of Jesus to mariy people, both near and far, but what he did not know was how he was going to get there This week's lesson in the hand of God in this jour ney. There were many prison ers on the ship who made it to Rome All of them, except for Paul, went to prison; but Paul stayed by himself in a house (vs. 16). This shows how what looks bad in the beginning does not always end as such when it is a part of God s master plan. Paul was not treated as a prisoner because God had another purpose for him being in Rome. Acts 28:16, 17, 23-31, places Paul in Rome, his c destination. These verses of ii: scripture provide insight of &&. After getting settled in; Paul called the chief or lead ers of the Jews together and informed them of why he was sent to Rome (vs. 17). What is interesting here is c z C( c en w :;:) ... it w > w c w :::r::: en ::::i m :;:) Q. z Iii ...J ...J :;:) m ...J w z z w en C a: 0 ...J &&. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 10 A. M. Moming Service-11 :30 A. M Evening Service-7:30 P. M. .. Bible Study -Tuesday Evening .--Bible Band -7:30P.M. lhursday Evening -YPWW7:30 P. M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's OutreaCh Ministry 7 :30 P. M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. 8nd SpruceSt) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. t Dtdlnd, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. ....------,.,.,...-----. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Sl4'lPer (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Btie S1udy 7 PMYouth Bille S1udy TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org : life and allows you to do 26). This message was depermitted a certain period of what people in your situa livered to the Jews. This time the accusers had to tion cannot do. message still applies to come forward to bring Paul preached Jesus to many in the church today. charges. them using the Law of There are many saved This text shows you what Moses andthe prophets (vs. people in churches who have to do while you are awaiting 23). To them in this time ears to hear, but still do not your accusers and a trial. It they did not have the Bible listen or understand. God is suggests to you that you as we do today. The word of performing miracles and should continue doing what God they had was that which showing wonders and many God has saved and called was contained in Genesis still do not perceive the mesyou to do Paul did not focus to Deuteronomy and the sage. on court, trials, and accus-Isaiah, Ezekiel, etc To God does not stress about ers he occupied himself help people fully know and that. God simply started with ministry. understand Jesus, we today sending the message to the Just as with Paul, God has must include these books in Gentiles and they hea r d it a purpose and plan for your our teaching. (vs. 28). The Gentiles are life and what He wants you Some believed and some people who the Jews felt to do. Stay focused on God's did not (vs. 24). You must were not deserving ofreceivplan for your life. Your situalways remember that some ing the word of God. ation is not always what it will believe what you say There are people that appears to be when God s and teach and some will not. some saved church folk hand is at work in your life. GREATER FRENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9:45 a m Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship -5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! --BAPI1ST CIIURCII 3901 N. 37th St 248-3n9 B.DER 1'IIOMAS J. REB Pastor Ear1y Morning Worship -8 A M Sunday School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship -10:50 A .M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P .M. lliE PUBLIC IS INVITED IIPTIST-11 ......... 1:151 ..... ,. ... _.....;.... __ PnJtr Slnlce, .... ..... TIIItiQ __ _. ........ .,.., ___ ...... = -.......... -ll.n:ar rno BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD. IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .. .. 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. 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Happy Thanksgiving Progress Village extends Happy Thanksgiving to all the readers. It is our prayer that every day is a Thanksgiving Day. May the blessings of the Lord be upon each of us!! November Birthdays Happy birthday to: Jakaisha Judge, Heidi Quintana, Christopher Bailey, Linda Johnson, Shirley Golden, Ernestine Trice, Charles Booth, Ahmad Grubbs, Bobby Johnson, Betty Dixon, Wendell Walker, Alphonso Lewis, Alan Stallings, Traceda Christy, Elouise Sweet and Au therine Clarke. Mrs. Oraleana will celebrate another birthday on November 21, 2012, with family. Special wishes are sent to you from your son, who wishes you many, many more wonderful years!! Happy birthday wish is extended to Mrs. Betty Walker, formerly of Tampa now resides in Gautier. This wish is sent from your family and friends. Prayer Request Please extend special ST I JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Tampa, Fl (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 24&-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP BIIIMip Sr. Pastor WEEIL Y WORSH. SCHEDULE $llldaJ: 8:00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Qientation 10:45 Worshi service (Youth 2nd And.3rd Sundays) 12:00 Prayer wiBible Study I WMinlldal: P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Aduk & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: Olurch of the inner city readlifJOUI to the canrntnly bymiristeringtothe whole man." OU1reach Ministry: f'.OAH COMMUNITY, K;./ t-OUSE OF LYDIA prayer for Mrs. Willie Mae Wright, Mrs. Van Scott, and Ms. Lorraine Young. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily prayers because prayer changes things: the Philon family Marie Benson, Mattie Mills, Evelyn Mobley, Phyllis Akes, Ralph Williams and AIfonso Lee. Deepest Sympathy Our heartfelt condo lences to the Dixon, Williams and Clarke families and friends due to the passing of their loved one, Mr. Wayne Dixon. Be encouraged that 'earth hath no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.' May the Lord continue to comfort and strengthen NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 Weekly Activities Slllday Ctudl School 9 : 30A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Btlle Class 4 : 30P M EYellng Wofship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Btlle Study 7:30 p REW 111'. ZIOR M. B. CHURCH,-. 2511 E Columbus Or. (813) 248-8101 or 247-3899 IH. WM:ra J. R.LIIIMI Pator Emeritus Earty Mxning Worship 7 :55A.M. SI.May Morning Worship 9 :30A.M. Moming Worship-10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Nigrt 7 P M For Transportation Call (813)486-7890 each of you!! Thanksgiving Dinner The Progress Village Sen ior Nutrition Site cele brated their Thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday with family and friends. It was well attended and what a wonderful time everyone had. Devotion was led by Mrs. Louise Gott and Eula McNiel. The theme was "We Are Thankful, and a solo was performed by Mrs. Henrietta Sanders, Everyone sang songs, shared things we were thankful for, read poems and enjoyed a delicious meal. Thanks to all who came and shared in the mar velous time with us. Scripture: Exodus ao:t-3 And God spake all these S .\11\T .1.\:\tE S \ .:\1.1-:. Clll'RCII OF PRO(;RESS \'I LT. \CI-: 11\C'. 5202 86th 8tftet South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677 Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M words saying I am the Lord thy God which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage, thou shall have no other gods before me. ::D Thought For Today People rarely succeed at anything unless they have fun doing it. F. Y. I. Remember to keep President Barack Obama and his family in your daily prayers. Also please keep the service men and women, public servants, homeless and incarcerated people in your daily prayers. Remember our helper in the kitchen at Shu-Lon's Kitchen. Give them a call at 813-741-9760. Call your local news into Gloria MeN air-Johnson at 813-380-0341. Senior T eachlng Pastor AdullK:hlldren Wor1hlp rrm. 7:30AM. & 10:55 AM. 4;1i:llf11ml!f.., SUnday-9:45A.M. Ad!.* & Yt:A1tl/ Chllcten TueldaY 11 A.M. MiA Wedneeclay '! P .M. Yt:A1tl/ Childl'en 7'/JIJ P .M. MiA Satelite CamJQ For Failh Bible lnlltitUe 'Growng The Ctueh For (Acls 1:8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 n.. 1 :8) Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW 6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P. M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M N N 0 .... N "TT r-0 ::D en m z -4 z m r-ID c: r r-!!l z "'0 c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "TT ::D c

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ocal ladson Host First Annual Thanksgiving Dinner The Gadson siste r s hosted their First Annual PreThanksgiving Lunch eon on Wednesday, Novem ber 14, 2012. The event was ii: held at the Temple Crest u. Civic Center. Larry and Darlene Brooks enter tained the guests with gospel songs. There were about 40 young-at heart individuals in attendance. The 5 sisters, who were born in Georgia, migrated to Tampa as youngsters. Each donated to the lunch eon and invited guests. Calling themselves 'farmer's daughters,' the ladies per sonally prepared the meal, prepared a program, and decorated the building for the Thanksgiving occasion. The sisters are: Betty Broadway, Minnie White, Yvonne Douglas, Henrietta Walton and Johnnie Mae Harris. "We just wanted to do something to give back to the community, sister, Yvonne Gadson Douglas, stated. "This was such a successful event until we're going to make it an annual event." The meal consisted of turkey, baked ham, dressing, collard greens, string beans, com casserole, broc coli casserole, potato salad, cranberry sauce dinner rolls, raspberry tea, choco late cake and caramel cake. Ministers from the com munity who attended were : Rev. Thomas Weeks, pastor of North Bay MB Church; Rev. Carl Harris, Rev. Leroy Carnegie, Rev. Hodges, pastor of St. James P. B. Church and Elder Shell man, pastor, Zion Temple Holiness Church. One of the pieces of en tertainment was done by Henrietta Walton. She re-wrote the words to the Coal Miner's Daughter song to Daugh ters to talk about the 5 of them. (Photos by BRUN SON) Among the guests were: Gloria, Jean and MarRosie Rivers, Eva Baker and Lillie Mae Garvin were invited guests for the Thanksgiving meal. I F REE ADMISSION For More Information call 813.229:6aos ilyn. -WWW. F L SENT IN E L C 0 M Bobby D. Gadson, nephew, was a helper along with Gerald Gambrell. are having their ,.. .. "''uav, November 25 2012 at 4 p m ll'ii-.11!" Faith Church of God In Christ

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custemers' IDareclauen Beulah Baptist tuncheen 11111 Celebrates 141 Years i Dr. Ann Favorite :u hosted a Customers' Appre ciation Luncheon to cele brate 15 years of business for Ann's Favorite Boutique. The event was held at the A Leon Lowry Center at Beu lah Baptist Church. Customers were treated to a sit-down luncheon. Janee Murphy was the mistress of ceremonies. The Mothers Board of Beulah rendered song selections and various customers gave remarks. The prayer was by Rev. Dr. W. James fa vorite. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Dr. and Mrs. W. James (Ann) Favorite at Ann's Favorite Boutique Customer Appreciation Luncheon. Julia Edwards and Carrie Walker Williams were among the luncheon guests. Olivia Carmichael-Brown and Marie Beard were in attendance. It's that time Agallll 3rc.l All.oaal Christmas ilW!awnav Classic Hair Salon a Old School accepdng dothlnglsmaU appliances for our 3rd Annual Cbdstmas Glwaway In December. Drop 'oft! 3431 N. 22nd St. Tampa. 33605 ForU..InfO CaD 813-363-4176 Beulah Baptist Institutional Church celebrated its 147th Anniversary recently. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Longtime members, daughter and mother, Sandra. H. Davis (anniversary chairperson) and Rutha Mae Harper with First Lady, Dr. Ann Favorite. Deacon Jerome Ryans, Atty. Kaydell Wright Douglas, .Quin, Deacon Arnold DeBose and John Ware attended the anniversary service. Mother and daughter, Jacqueline Malcolm and Felicia Woolfolk at the service. The casualties of st1 eet to the children left behind .. PEACE ON EARTH GOODWILL TOWARDS MEN .... Not the fantasy of a dreamer but a reality that must begin In our dties, on our streets and in our homeS. Stop the cycle of hate with purposeful ads of LOVE. In December, Fruit of Glory Ministries wHI hold Its Annual Christmas Outreach called "Whose Birthday Is it anyway?" In two Florida locations. 1bit ewnt wiH tab pl8ce In Tampa, FL o.c.mber 22,2012 0 G's PlaCe 3040W. St. Tampa, FL and Bradenton/Palmetto/Sarasota area on the 15th of December. Toys and other gifts will be distributed to hundreds of children and families, with one mottw In mind: LDVE. the first step toward PEACE. Fruit of Glory Ministries 813 642-7223 Sydel LeGrande, MD fruitofgloryinc ,, yahoo.com 3040 W. Cypress St. Tampa, Fl 33609

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a: Great American Teach-In At Forest Hills Elementarv > Great American T e a c h In was observed throughout the it community on Thursday, November 18, 2012. Krystal u.. Carson, Principal, welcomed several community persons to Forest Hills Elementary School. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Former NFL player and Hall of Famer Jimmie Glles was one of the guests on campus. He is shown with Lexy, Ta'Quan, Loren and Clifton. Tea And Conversation Candy Lowe's Tea and Conversation was held recently at Chicken and Waffles Restaurant The birthday of Lowe was also celebrated during this event. (Photos by Julia Jackson) REV. WilLIE DIXON Candy Lowe, left, founder of Tea and Conversation, with Jarvis El-Amin, Christian Peno, owner of Chicken and Waftle; and the chef, Jonathan Bell. Sisters eDjoying the Tea and Conversation: Maryuria and Brenda Hammond January 13 4 J}af/3 Night Package Includes: Non-Stop lui From Tampa To Washington D.C. AU SliiE Hotel AccomodatloN 30 Min Out Of Wollqton, D.C. In lnaugwatlon Vlllt MIJ( Monwnent AdrTlltk:aiCW Tohglnald F. Lewis MuMum Of Afllcan-Ameltcan Hlltory. OAR $725 PER PERSON (laMd On Double Occupancy) AI Deposlb Ale Due Now For Additional Information Contact: Iennie SmaA (113) t-7617 2119 West Hllh>JJO'OU,lh (813) 876-3459 www.paragon-music.com www.paragonmusiconline.com Erika Wood chimed in during Tea and Conversation. i':e :.pec1JI1Ze 111 Sound .111d ln:..tli!JIIOil for cllUrche: \'1e nrov,cJe J full :e1V1ce center on :.1!e. 111U:.1c le:.,:.oll'. ;Jnd ,1 fnelllll'l :;l.lH

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Local 34th Annual Potentate Ball Harram Temple No 23, Inc. (P H. A.) held its 34th Annual Potentate Ball at the Dou bleTree Hotel Tampa Westshore Airport on Satur day, October 27, 2012. Byron K. Johnson is the Illustrious Potentate. Michael "Road Dawg" Dozier, HPIP, was the Master of Ceremonies for the program. Entertainment for the evening was by DJ J-Rock. Others on the program were PP Earl Haugabook, Imperial Deputy of Oasis of Tampa; Noble Andrew Bennett, High Priest and Prophet; Noble Byron Johnson; and PP Billy McLamb, Imperial Deputy of the Desert of Florida. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Illustrious Potentate Byron K. Johnson and Daughter Bertha Baker. Noble D. and Petrice Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Judge Charlene) Honeywell, with Julia Jackson. Noble Willie Howard and his wife, Cassandra Howard were among the guests. Daughter Eunice Butts is a regular attendant of the Ball. Past Potentate Johnny Banks and his wife, DaUKhter Carolyn Banks were at the llall. Pictured from left to right are: Daughter Vickie Pittman, Noble Andrew R. Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. Don L. (Bettye Greene) John-Connie Bowers and Theresa son enjoyed the evening. Baillou attended the event. I 9 I I" r""" AC ". ob CHRIST HS-OHDC SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 201 9 P. M. 1 A. M. Tampa LaHar Carriers' Hall 3003 W. Cypress St. Tampa, FL -This is a BYOB & BYOF AHair -Tickets: SlS.OO The alack & Gold Don(e is sponsored by .. AUMI .... W. Bloke High Xhool Athletk Booster All pro(eeds will benefit the Athleti< IA-.._ ...... t At Howard W. Bloke High xhool.. **Set-Ups Will Be Sold **Door Prizes Will Be Given Away m ..

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FYI's a: w m :E w > o z Autolnsurance e: Terms: What Do These Terms Reallv Meanil Even with legislative re form auto insurance rates are still expected to rise until next year. If you're going to shop around for a cheaper plan, be wary of terms like 'full cover age' because it may be mislead ing. According to the Better Business Bureau, the basic types of auto insurance cover age include: Bodily Injury [BI] Liability. Pays your legal defense costs and claims against you if your car injures or kills some C one. a: iL c z c( c en w :;:::) tfc w > w c w :I: en :J m :;:::) 0.. z tu _, _, :;:::) m _, w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 _, iL PropertY Damage [PD] Liability. Pays your legal defense costs and claims against you only if your car damages another's property, nt>t your own. Medical Payments or Personal Injury Protection [PIP]. Pays for medical expenses resulting from an ac cident for you and others rid ing in your car. It also pays for you or your family members injured while riding in an other's car or while walking. Collision. Pays for re pairs of damage to your car caused by a collision with an other vehicle. Comprehensive Physical Damage. Pays for dam ages to your car resulting from theft, fire, hail, vandalism, etc. Uninsured or Under insured Motorist. Pays for costs related to injuries to you or your family members and guests in your car caused by an uninsured, underinsured, or hit-and-run driver. In Florida, every car owner is legally required to have $10,ooo of PIP also called "No Fault" because it provides ben efits regardless of who is at fault for the crash, and $10,ooo of PD liability. Though this meets the state's Jegal requirement, you still may not be fully protected in every situation. Florida Financial Respon sibility Law requires that any person who is at fault for a crash resulting in bodily inj_ury and property damage is also required to have BI liability of $1o,ooo per person, $2o,ooo per crash. Under Fla. Statute 627 736, the $1o,ooo of PIP covers So percent of all reasonable med ical expenses and 6o percent of any loss of income from dis ability. Since hospital bills could sometimes go over $10,000, and a severe injury may put you out of work a long time, you may end up having to pay out of pocket. Given that auto insurance terms can be confusing, don t be afraid to ask the insurance agent questions about what ex actly you're protected against, so that you have the knowledge to make the right decision For more information, please contact me or another Florida personal injury attorney at (813) 471-4444, or visit htw: Lfwww.vanguar
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It's the day after Thanksgiving, you're standing at the refrigera tor staring at the leftovers and don't have the energy to make another full meal. What do you do? Reinvent your leftovers and store the rest! How long can you leave Thanksgiving dinner out onthe table? A good rule of thumb for food safety is to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. Take your time around the dinner C table, but start packing up ff: and refrigerating the leftc overs within 2 hours. The Best Way to Store Leftovers. Leftc overs should be cooled en w down as quickly as possi :;:, t> a: w > w c w l: en :::::i m :;:) Q. z t= w ..J ..J :;:) m ..J w z t= z w en a: 0 ..J &L Fresh TURKEY WINGS ble. Pack them into several to reheat only what you'll shallow containers rather be serving at one time than one large one, and rather than reheating the make sure you don't stack entire portion. 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Bring to a boil, reduce heat simmer 15-20 min Stir in a v ocado and cilantro, and simmer 15-20 min., until rturkfy Spring 1{9{fs 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon Asian sesame oil 2 cups finely chopped cooked turkey 1/2 carrot, minced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 teaspoon black pepper 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger 1/8 teaspoon garlic and herb seasoning blend 5 tablespoons soy sauce 6 cups finely shredded cabbage 1/2 teaspoon oyster sauce {optional) 50 {7 inch square) egg roll wrappers 1/4 cup jellied cranberry sauce 1/4 cup each white sugarand white vinegar 1 dash soy sauce DIRECTIONS: Heat the olive oil and sesame oil in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat until it shimmers. Cook and stir the turkey, carrot, garlic, black pepper, ginger, and gar lic and herb seasoning until the garlic releases its fragrance about 2 minutes. Stir in 2 tablespoons of the soy sauce and con tinue cooking until the carrot begins to soften about 5 minutes Stir in the cabbage oyster sauce, and remaining 3 tablespoons of soy sauce : Continue to stir, until the cabbage is soft and cooked through, about 10 minutes. Remove the mixture from the heat, and set aside. Drain off any excess liquid. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line several baking sheets with parchment paper. To fill the wrappers, separate and place the spring roll wrap pers onto your work surface, with the points of the square pointing up and down in a diamond shape. Spoon about 2 ta blespoons of the turkey filling in a line across the center of the wrapper, and fold the bottom point up to cover the filling. Fold the two side points in on top of the folded wrapper, to fully en close the filling. The two side points should be about 1 inch apart. Firmly but gently, roll the spring roll into a tight cylinder, and roll the wrapper over to firmly press down the remaining point Set the filled wrappers seam-side down onto the parch baking sheets so they don't touch. The rolls should be about the thickness of a finger. Bake the filled rolls in the preheated oven until they begin to brown, about 15 minutes. Mash the cranberry sauce in a saucepan over medium heat until the sauce is smooth then whisk in the sugar, vinegar, and a dash of soy sauce Bring the mixture to a boil and simmer, whisking the sauce, until the sugar has dissolved and the sauce reduces and thickens slightly, about 10 minutes. Remove sauce to a bowl. Serve the rolls hot with the sauce

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1 recipe pastry for a double crust pie 4 tablespoons butter 1 small onion, minced 2 stalks chopped celery 2 carrots, diced 3 tablespoons parsley 1 teaspoon oregano salt and pepper to taste 2 cubes chicken bouillon 2cupswater 3 potatoes, peeled and cubed 11/2 cups cubed cooked turkey 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1j2cupmilk DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Roll out bottom pie crust, press into a 10 inch pie pan, and set aside. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a skillet over medium heat; add the onion, celery, carrots, parsley, oregano, and salt and pepper. Cook and stir until the vegeta bles are soft. Stir in the bouillon and water. Bring mixture to a boil. Stir in the potatoes, and cook until tender but still firm. In a saucepan, melt the remaining 2 tablespoons butter. Stir in the turkey and flour. Add the milk, and heat through. Stir the turkey mixture into the veg etable mixture, and cook until thickened. Cool slightly, then pour mixture into the unbaked pie shell. Roll out the top crust, and place on top of filling. Flute edges, and make 4 slits in the top crust to let out steam. Bake in the preheated oven for 15 min. Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees, and continue bak ing for 20 min., or until crust is golden brown. 1.25lbs. leftover turkey, cut into cubes 1 cup celery, diced 6 tablespoons fresh chives, chopped 6 tablespoons red bell pepper, diced 1 cup low-fat mayonnaise 2 tablespoon lemon juice 12 croissants pine nuts, or your preference of nuts (walnuts, almonds, pecans, sun flower seeds or sesame seeds), al ,.,.. option DIRECTIONS: In nonstick skillet, over medium-high heat, saute turkey in olive oil for approximately 5 min. per side Cut into 1/2-inch cubes. Combine turkey, nuts, celery, chives and red pepper in a medium bowl. Stir in mayonnaise and lemon juice. Split croissant and place a generous helping of turkey salad on the bot tom half, top with remaining half and serve. To Toast Nuts: Place nuts in a dry skillet in a single layer and toast -over low heat for about 5 min.; stirring as needed to prevent burning. Because the nuts can burn easily, it is a good idea to watch them until they are golden and fragrant, which means they are toasted. 1pound turkey salt and black pepper 1 tablespoon olive oil 1medium green bell pepper, diced 1 medium-red bell pepper, diced 1medium yellow bell pepper, diced 1 small red onion, diced 3 garlic cloves, minced 1 jalapeno, minced 1/2 cup low-sodium barbecue sauce 8 (8-inch) flour tortillas DIRECTIONS: If you have enough leftover turkey, this recipe is a quick fix. But if you don't have leftover, you can prepare a small turkey on baking pan, season with salt and pepper. Cover with foil and bake 30 min. at 350F. Uncover and bake about 10 min. Cool; cut or shred into bite-size pieces. In large skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Add bell peppers, onion, garlic and jalapeno; cook about 5 min. or until vegetables start to soften. Add turkey and barbecue sauce; stir over low heat until hot. Heat tortillas on grill or griddle. Spoon turkey mixture into tortillas; roll up. 'TI r-0 en m z ::j z m r-aJ c: r rz c: m r-c;; ::z: m c m < m .... c: m en c ,.. z c 'TI c

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Health :B Green Cleaning 101 Turn Back The Clock on Aging With Diet Changes down the :::? Many of the most egre gious chemicals and poilu. tants we're exposed to aren't just our environment; they're right inside our homes. From the plastieswe use day in and day out to the chemicals sprayed on our clothes, our home habits have been af fecting our health for years without our being the wiser. Here are a few tips: Kick off your shoes and relax your feet -We bring in dirt allergens, de bris and pollution into our homes after being out and about in the streets. Planet-friendly clean-: ing Nothing gets things clean like bleach can. But, bleach is hazardous to our health, can potentially cause blindness and pollutes our waters and soil with toxic chemicals. Switch to planet-friendly cleaners that kill bacteria and thoroughly clean your home Laundry care Most laundry deter gents use harsh chemi cals, dyes and fragrances that aren't safe for our rivers and streams let alone our overall health. 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County News The oldest drug preven tion campaign in the United States is Red Ribbon Week. In 2012 it was celebrated during the period of October 23rd -October 31st. Several partner agen cies of the Lakeland community came together to encourage youth and adults to Just Say No to Drugs in a Red Ribbon Walk & Celebration. The Walk began at the Lakeland Housing Authority's Lake Ridge Community Center on Second Street. The walkers then re_leased more than 100 red and white balloons &L. into the air. c Inside the Center, the celebration program opened > with the Pledge of Allegiance. Graham gave 0 opening remarks. Dr. Greg Robinson rendered a prayer. Chief Lisa fi: Womack, of the Lakeland w Police Department, and iij Commissioner Michael c Pimentel, of the Lakeland Housing Authority's Board 0 of Commissioners, rendered remarks during the event. ;:::, On behalf of Mayor Gow C1. Fields, City of Lakeland Z Commissioner Keith ti Merritt presented the :j proclamation. ;:::, Keith Bonney, Educator/Polk County w Schools served as the keynote speaker, cautioning z the audience of the dangers of drugs and encouraging, C( especially the youth to stay C drugfree. a: 0 ...J &L. m I CD .... w <.:J Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf extends heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the late Ms. Sylvia Lee McRae, who passed away on October 29, 2012. She wass2. Final services were entrusted to Oldham Funeral Home in Lakeland. A homegoing .service was held at the Oldham Chapel on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 11 a.m. To her loved ones, I encourage you to remember that earth hath no sorrow that Heaven can not heal. May the Lord continue to comfort and strengthen eachofyou. Special Anniversary Wishes Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to Elder Neal T. Phillips, of St. Petersburg) as he celebrates another natal day on-November 30th.. And .... Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy anniversary to Elder Phillips and his wife, R. Regina Phillips, as they celebrate another year of Holy Matrimony together on his birthday (Nov. 30th)! Much love to the both of you! May God continue to bless you, Elder Phillips, with many, many more birthdays ... and may the two of you share many, many, more wedding anniversaries together! Shaw-NtifShout-Out This week's Shaw-Ntif Shout-:out goes out to everyone who participated in the Giant CommunityWide Garage Sale on Saturday, November 3, 2012. The event was held at the John A. Sanders Boys & Girls Club of Lakeland. It included a silent auc tion, food, music, children's activities, a raffle for a shopping spree at Lakeland Square Mall and lots of great deals for the shoppers! On program for entertainment was Taken by Surprise Ste'pTeam. All proceeds will support academic enrichment opportunities for youth of the community. The event was supported by the City of Lakeland Neighborhood Associations, Dream Center of Lakeland, Kids Pack, and Boys & Girls Club. Talk To Shaw-Ntif Shaw-Ntif Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an email to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 Polk Countv Resident Celebrates 101 Years Ollile BY CYNTHIA E. ZORNSHAW Polk County Columnist By the grace of God, she's still strong and still standing. On Friday, November 16, 2012, Mother Lucille Bouges, of Lakeland, celebrated her 101st birthday at home, with family members. "I thank God for it. God is so good," stated Mother Bouges. During the day, she received numerous tele' phone calls from family, friends, church family and the community wishing her a Happy Birthday, including a call from the City of Lakeland Mayor, Gow B. Fields. MOTHER LUCILLE BOUGES Mother Bouges is the Matriarch who oversees a lineage that includes chil dren, and a host of grand children, great-grandchildren and great-great-gl-andchildren. She is a family woman who is loving, car ing, nurturing and of great wisdom. Mother Bouges is a long-time member of Victory Temple Church of God by Faith in Lakeland, under the leadership of Elder Neal T. Phillips, pastor. Over the years, Mother Bouges has been a faithful servant of the Prayer Band, Mothers Board and Home Mission Department. Mother Bouges gives all glory and praise to God for her long life. She believes Uim for all things and encourages others to do the same. (Photo by Shaw-Nqf) Veterans Recognized Bv Local Church LAKE WALES --.The importance of learning and knowing the content of the Constitution of the United States of America was emphasized by Wanda Howard, Church Clerk of Allen Temple A.M.E. Church, at a service held in recognition of Veterans' Day. Howard, also a member of the NAACP-Lake Wales Branch, served as the keynote speaker. Several Veterans were in attendance and were recog nized and applauded for the service that they have given to our country. In the spot light were: Michael Reese, United States Navy; Stanley Brown, Lemuel Pearsall and James Logan, United states Air Force; Reverend Herbert Hollingsworth, U. S. Marines; and Johnnie Hawkins, United States Army. Donnie Colvin, Jr., the V recognized were, left to right: Michael Reese, Stanley Brown, James Logan, Reverend Herbert Hollingsworth, Johnnie Hawkins, and Lemuel Pearsall son of the late Donnie received from United States Colvin, Sr. who served in of America President the United States Army rep-Barack Obania. resented his father. During were made his lifetime, the late Colvin to each Veteran by Aaliyah also. served as a Scout White and Dominique Master for 40 years Hawkins. Each family Rev. Hollingsworth is member received a small also the Pastor of Allen American flag and a copy of Temple A. M. E. Church, in the proclamation. All other Lake Wales. TaShoy guests received small Grimes presented the 2012 American flags Veterans Day Proclamation

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"11 National 3! c Activist In Crime-T .orn Chicago Inmate Tried To Hire Bus Driver Suspended After z To Feed Teens On Thanksgiving Hlllllan To Murder Fighting With Passenger Girlfriend, Children Anti-violence activist Diane Latiker was excited the other day as she showed a visitor around her modest one--story headquarters in the heart of the Roseland com munity on Chicago South Side. She's excited about provid ing a free Thanksgiving Dinner to teens on Saturday, November 17, at Christian Fenger Academy High School. Latiker plans to do so through her 9-year-old nonprofit, Kids Off the Block, which last year served more than soo teens and their fam ilies, she told reporters. Be sides donations, families throughout the community plan to prepare meals for the event. Last year, Isiah Thomas donated turkeys," the mother of eight beamed as she men tioned the retired NBA player. "We fed so many chil dren and their families. It was great. I started it five years ago because so many kids were coming to me and telling me they didn't have Thanks giving Dinner. We hope to beat last year's numbers." Israeli Airstrikes Kill5 Children, No End To anaclls In Sight GAZA CI1Y, Gaza Strip Israeli strikes hit two media centers in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, as Israel warned it was widening its range of tar gets to go after military commanders of the territory's Hamas rulers. Palestinian militants meanwhile fired at least one more long-range rocket at Tel Aviv, the fourth day in a row which the Israeli heartland has come under fire. The fifth day of Israel's campaign against Gaza rocket operations finds it at a cross roads of whether to launch a ground invasion or pursue Egyptian-led truce efforts. Is rael has said it is not prepared to enter into a truce without guarantees the rocket fire won't resume. "The Israeli military is prepared to significantly expand the operation," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared at the start of the weekly Cabinet meet ing. Early Sunday, the military carried out dozens of attacks on rocket-launching sites, a major training base and the two media centers. Israeli gunboats also fired on militant sites on the Gaza shore line, the military said without elaborating. Seven were killed in airstrikes Sunday, including five children ranging in age from one to 11, according to Ashraf al-Kidra, a Gaza health official. Two of the children, a 3year-old girl and a s-year-old 11-month-old Omar Misharawi, cradled by his devastated father. boy, were from the same fam ily and were killed by an airstrike on the three-story home in the town of Beit Lahiya. Hamas security offi cials said three missiles struck the house, owned by a Gaza family with links to militants' rocket squads. It was not known if any militants were in or near the house at the time of the strike. Another strike targeted a Hamas militant in his car outside his home in the Shati refugee camp near Gaza City but also killed an 11-year-old girl pass ing by at the time, al-Kidra said. The deaths bring to 53 the number of Palestinians killed since the operation began on Wednesday. Twenty of the dead were civilians, and more than 400 civilians have been wounded, al-Kidra said. On the Israeli side, three civilians have been killed and more than so wounded by rocket fire. ANDREW THOMAS Andrew Thomas, 18, has been charged with solicitation of murder and solicitation of murder for hire for attempting to hire a hitman to kill his girl friend and her children. According to Cook County Sheriffs police spokesman, Frank Bilecki, Thomas was serving time for battering his girlfriend and planned for the hit to take place before his next court appearance on De cember 3rd of this year. He of fered $3,000 for the slaying of his girlfriend, and an addi tional $1,000 to kill3 ofher 4 children-aged from 2-to 4-years-old -if they got in the way. The youngest child, the only one fathered by Thomas, was to be spared. Barely a month after a aJ Cleveland bus driver uppercut a disruptive female pas-N senger on his route, another brawl between a bus operator ..to and teenager on Monday in N Baltimore went viral. The video shows the two women scrapping through out the bus until the driver finally gains control of the teen At the 1:47, the driver is heard repeatedly asking the girl, "You wanna fight some(BUS FIGHT) body? Does it make you feel better?" MississiPPi Man Gets lite In Prison For Murdering Teen In Cemeterv Adrian Williams, 22, was sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 brutal slaying of 17-year-old Quinton Brown in a deserted cemetery. It's a story of dark twists and turns -and suspicions still linger. Denzel Fort, Williams and Keldrick Washington spotted the teenager standing on a street corner at ap proximately 3:00 a.m. They asked him to ride with them to test pistols including a .357 Smith and Wesson and ADRIAN WILLIAMS "11 r-0 ::0 tn m an EAA .357 revolver-at the Z historic Natchez City Cemei tery. m Washington is also t;"' charged with murder; his trial is later this month. r r-PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS z .,. c m r-Jimmie Butler BARBAS ANDERS BUTI..ER&;HovsEPIAN Katherine Agllano Automobile Accidents Boat/Jet Ski Accidents Motorcycle Accldenta Defective Product Slip and Fall Wrongful Death GUILLERMO GOMEZ Criminal Defense Fonner Stlte Proeec:utor Both Federal & State 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 All InJury Claim 813-254-6652 GOMEZ & TOUGER, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW AGGRESSIVE ATTORNEYS 813-87 6-6622 2310 N. 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N -0 N (f) N a: w m :!E w z c a: u.. c z c( c 0 w ::l ... w > w c w :::c 0 :::::i m ::l z Iii ..I ..I ::l m ..I w z i= z w 0 C a: g "Summons/Ryan Franklin JacksonWhite, Attorneys At Law, A Professional Corporation, 40 North Center, Suite 200, Mesa, Arizona 85201, T: (480) 464-1111, F: (480) 464-5692, E-mail: centraldocket@jacksonwhitelaw.com, Attorneys for BMO Harris Bank N.A., By: Scott L. Potter, Bar No. 025157 In The Superior Court.Of The State Of Ar.izona In And For The County Of Maricopa BMO Harris Bank N.A., as successor to M&l Marshall & llsley Bank, Plaintiff, vs. Ryan Franklin, an individual, Defendant. Case No.: CV2012-094343 Summons The State Of Arizona To The Defendant: Ryan Franklin an individual. You Are Hereby Summoned and required to appear and defend within the time applicable, in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona you shall appear and defend within twenty (20) days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service If served out of the State of Arizona--whether by d i rect service by registered or certified mail, or by publication--you shall appear and defend within thirty (30) days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete ; exclusive of the day of servic!:l Where process is served upon the Arizona Director of Insurance as an insurer's attorney to receive service of legal process against it in this state, the insurer shall not be required to appear answer or plead until expiration of 40 days after date of such service upon the Director. Service by registered or certified mail without the State of Arizona is complete thirty (30) days after receipt of service. Service by publication is completed thirty (30) days ;:tfter the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. Service upon the Arizona Motor Vehicle Superintendent is complete thirty (30) days after filing the Affidav i t of Compliance and return receipt or Officer's Return RCP 4, ARS -222, 28 502 28-503. You Are Hereby Notified that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgmen t by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. You Are Cautioned that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required You are required to serve a copy of any response upon the Plaintiff's attorney. RCP 10(d), ARS -311, RCP 5. The name, address and phone number of Plaintiff's attorney is: Scott L. Potter, Jackson White, P.C., 40 N. Center Street Suite 200 Mesa AZ 85201, (480) 464-1111 Requests For Reasonable Accommodation For Persons With D i sabilities Must Be Made To The Division Assigned To The Case By Parties At Least 3 Judicial Days In Adyance Of A Scheduled Court Proceeding. Signed And Sealed this date : Jun 20 2012 Clerk /s/ Michael K. Jeanes Clerk By : Deputy Clerk /s/ S Szakacs Deputy Clerk If You Want The Advise Of A Lawyer, You May Wish To Contact The Lawyer Referral Service At 602-257-4434 Or Online At www.lawyersfinders.org. LAS Is Sponsored By The Maricopa County Bar Association A copy of this Summons and its accompanying Complaint may be obtained by contacting counsel for the Plaintiff at address shown on the Summons. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 2012-16396 DIVISION: M SABINO ALDAY, Plaintiff vs. KIMBERLY A. PATTERSON Defendant. NOTICE OF ACTION BY POSTING TO: KIMBERLY A. PATTERSON Whose Last Known Address Was: 224 B .lrch Lane Tampa, FL 33610 And Whose Present Address Is: Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for establishment of ownership of personal property described as: 1985/LANE double wide mobile home, located at 224 Birch Lane, Tampa, FL bearing identification number : EJ05565A has been filed against you and you are required to server a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Plaintiff's attorney, Linda Breen, whose address is: say Area Legal Services, Inc., 829 W. Dr. MLK Blvd., Ste #200, Tampa, FL 33603 on or before December 26, 2012, and file the original with the Clerk of Court, George Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs St., Am. 103, Tampa, FL 33602 immediately thereafter; otherwise a Default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. 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 (seven) 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 if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Dated on 16th day of November 2012. Pat Frank As Clerk of Court Marquita Jones Deputy Clerk "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69 1119 Special Acts Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, C i ty of Tampa, in his office until: 3:00PM ON 12/11/12 LIQUID FERRIC SULFATE then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department {Phone No. 8131274-8351 ). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to bid that the submission of any B i d in response to th i s advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract pr i ce and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated : 11/23112 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II EMPLOYMENT Get Paid II $50.00 For Everyone You Refer To Us $300 00 Credit Cards Paid Everyone Better Faster Cable I Internet (813) 842-3494 II II HOMES FOR SALE II Tampa -Thirty'TWo 2 Bedroorn/1.5 Bath Units 2 200 Sq Ft Residence On 3.5 Acres Entire Site Is Fence With Electronic Entrance Gate $685,000 Call (813) 857-8354

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II I HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) Request for Qualifications Solicitation Number 12-411.050 Project Number 5985 13 Sealed qual if ications for Commercial Real Estate Development Preliminary Planning and Design will be received from firms by the Author i ty at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4160 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 2400, Administrative Building, Second Level, Red Side, Tampa, Florida 33607. Solic i tation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport .com, Quick Links, Airport Business Notice of Solicitat i ons on Wednesday, November 21, 2012. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY} INVITATION TO BID, AIRSIDE A ROOF GUTTER SUMP REPAIR SOLICITATION NUMBER 13-241-006, PROJECT NO. 5630 12 Sealed bids for Airside A Roof Gutter Sump Repair will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4160 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 2400, Administration Building, 2nd Level, Red Side, Tampa, Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www tampaairport.com, Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on November 26,2012 II FOR RENT II Apartment Temple Terrace 2 Bedroom/1 Bath River Oaks 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 1 Bedroom Condo Home Washer/Dryer Included 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Covered Parking CA/H Gated Community Deposit $685.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 Call (813) 264-5464 (813) 265-2328 Evenings USF Area Condo -Pond View 13050 N. 20th Street Near Busch 2 Story 2 Bedroom 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Town home $600.00/Monthly Free Water Gated Community Optional Washer/Dryer Swimming Pool Section 8 Ok Laundry Free One Month Water And Sewer Only $685.00 Included Call 813-22Q-3633 (813} 390-4169 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING MANAGER (FINANCE) $61,110 .00 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN Ill (SURVEY) $31,657.00 PARATRANSIT MINIBUS OPERATOR $22,131.00 SENIOR CREW LEADER (RESTRICTED) $31,512.00 SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN $27,830.00 SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYST $46,238.00 SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST (SYSTEMS INTEGRATION) $61 '110.00 SENIOR UTILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER (RESTRICTED) $27,976.00 TREATMENT COUNSELOR (MASTERS) (INFANT/TODDLER) $43,097 .00 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAJEEO Employer II HOMES FOR RENT II 2613 East 38th Avenue 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block House Central A/C, Tile Floors, Refrigerator, Range W/D Hook-Up Fenced Yard Like New $1,050 00 Section 8 Welcomed -3/4 Bedroom Vouchers Acceptable Call Harold &13-293-26n WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM www.facebook.c:om/flsentinel www. twitter .com/flsentinelb Highland Pines 4 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Close To Schools And Transportation Section 8 Welcome Call(813}994-6627 311 -West Tampa Cable Ready, Tile Family Room, Fenced Plant High/Blake Magnet School District $895.00/Monthly Plus Deposit (813} 879-5959 Tampa Heights Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Totally Remodeled Home Great Neighborhood $850 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Water Included Call (813} 601-3101 Sulphur Springs Large 3 & 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced CHA $850.00/Monthly Or $1 000 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 1511 East Giddens Very Large Beautiful Partially Furnished Block Fireplace, CHA, Fenced, Remodeled Section 8 Preferred Call (813} 90o-5559 4218 East Cayuga Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly Remodeled Only $795.00/Monthly Available Now Call813-376-8787 BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday EdHion Monday@ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad ., :!! c z m 1: m m :::0 1\) 1\) 0 .... 1\) C) m 1\) .... I m

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Nr----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 N cw; FOR w z >-: a: IL. c a: IL. c z c( >-: (/) w I=! w > w c w l: (/) ::::i m :;:) 11. z ..J ..J :;:) m ..J w z i i2 g IL. m I N N w 0 1411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Newly Remodeled Courtyard Apartments 1 And 2 Bedrooms Quiet And Peaceful No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome Serious Inquires ONLY!! (813) 774-1044 1511 East Giddens Beautiful Studio Apartment $550.00 Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Utilities Must Have Verifiable Income Section 8 OK (813) 900-5559 First Months Rent FREE $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Central AIC 4005 North 34th St. #A $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 100% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 00 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11734 North 15th Street (15th Street And Fowler) 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 Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $299.00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espanol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 MAKE YOUR HOME AT TAMPA N.A.P.F.E. TOWERS AFFORDABLE, INDEPENDENT SENIOR APARTMENTS APPLICATIONS CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED 11113 N. NEBRASKAAVENUE TAMAPA, FL 33612 813-977-1663 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, GROCERY STORES, SHOPPING CENTERS, FLEA MARKETS, RESTAURANTS PLEASE CONTACT OUR LEASING CENTER 813-977-1663 TTY/TOO: 711 OR VISIT 11113 N. NEBRASKA AVENUE TAMPA, FL 33612 II Tampa Heights Area 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Great Neighborhood $675.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Electric And Water Included Call (813) 601-3101 DUPLEXES North Tampa 1 Bedroom/1 Bath 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 H ist ory Required 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $575.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 8008 North 11th Street 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 SSt And Other Income Need Minimum $1, 200 00/Month Total To Qual!fy (954) 300.1002 ...... -----= IF= ._c:::::> ......... -.-.......... -= L..... II II Large 1 Bedroom Duplex A/C, All Appliances Included $425.00/Monthly Drive By 2707 27th Street For More Information Belmont Heights Section 8 Only 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Burglar Bars Fenced-In Yard $650.00/Rent Deposit Required (813) 886-6397 EFFICIENCY 1 Bedroom Efficiency Cathedra l Ceilings Bay Windows Nicely Furnished TV, Utilities Included Weekly Bi-Weekly Monthly Must See To Believe (813) 789-3574 II Belmont Heights Estate Area Private Home Fenced Yard All Utilities Paid Monthly Income Only $400.00/Monthly $200.00/Deposit Tony(813)476-8496 mlnole Heights Rooms For Rent $135.00/Weekty With Amen i ties Small Refrigerator Close To Everything No Deposit Call (813) 943-2174 Or (813) 347-Q734 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Rooms $120.00 $140 00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, L aundry Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 I I ROOMS FOR RENT II A Quiet Place To Come fiome To Comfortable Secure CH/A Ceramic Tile Cable And Telephone 5 Minutes From Downtown Available Now East Osborne Ave. Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished, Clean, Private Utilities AIC WID Security System Call (813) 789-3574 1 Week FREE Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or can Henry (813) 727-Q151 ED Place Yo11 Ad In The Business Directory (813) 245-7009 Room For Rent Sulphur Springs Area Very Clean Close To Transportation $400 00/Monthly Plus Security Suitable For One Includes Utilities/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Contact LaVora @ {813) 248Fax To: {813) 248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com

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I I Fum shed Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable, Central Air Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 1 00.00 Weekly Move-In Special University Area CHA Cable Washer/Dryer Must Be Drug Free And Employed Call (813) 293-1090 South Tampa Beautiful Private Room Close To Bus Line Publix, Britton Plaza, $150.00/Weekly Cable / Internet Included Call Larry (813) 77Q-0242 APPLIANCE REPAIRS A Country Boy's Consultation 3809 North 29th -street Eugene (813) 85G-1643 Appointment Only Servicing: Ice Machines, A/C, Heat And Refrigerators, Stoves Washers Dryers $45.00-Service Call All Work Guaranteed ATTORNEY II African American Workers Compensation Attorney Job Injury? Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawflrm.org Filing Chapter 7 Or 13? $500 00 And Up Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 www.fordlawfirm.org Beds Bunk Beds $150.00 Twin $60.00 Full $65.00 Queen $75.00 King $100 00 & Up Call (813) 31G-0991 CPR Does It! Infant, Child, Adult CPR Plus First Aide With The American Heart Association Same Day Certificate Call (813) 40G-0212 II BOUNCE HOUSES I I 1,!;;;;;;;;;11 All Bounce Houses Many Themes Call Us For Your Next Birthday Party Or Celebration. Delivered And Setup On Time. Call Now!! 813-444-2955 I I BUSINESS OPS. II Put Your To Work For You Make Money While You Are Asleep Not MLM No Sales 1 00% Legitimate 813-28G-0588 Fast Growing Company Is ExJ)anding Looking For A Select Few Individuals Who Are Willing To Learn How They Can Make An Extra $5,000.00 $10,000.00 Monthly Part-Time By Living Life On Their Terms And Also EARN An Additional $15,300.00 Yearly In Lifestyle Bonuses! Interviews Are Being Scheduled So Call To Schedule Yours Today! (813) 758-5386 Or (727) 455-1537 CASH FOR YOUR HOUSE CA$H For Your House Houses Wanted Any Condition Any Situation Call Today (813) 999-4594 I I Paternity Test We Come To You! Results In 3 Days Or Personal Testing Payment Plans 24-Hour Service Monday Saturday DLM-DNA Testing Services (813) 928-2753 www.dlmservlcesusa.com Now Servicing Nationwide 1-888-651-5777 HAULING All Junk Removal Furniture, Tree Debris Construction, Garbage Or Anything Else No Job Too Big Or Small Fast And Reasonable (813) 285-4674 II I I HOUSES WANTED II I Buy Houses CASH! Quick Sale Fair Price Foreclosure *Probate *Can't Refinance On Payments *Divorce *Costly Repairs Unwanted Houses *Vacant *Any Condition Guaranteed Offer {813) 676-8966 (24 Hours) II Need Affordable Insurance? Individual, Families, Small Business *Health *Pre-Existing OK *Life Final Expense Cobra Alternative And More We'll Shop For Best Deal! USA Benefits Group 855-807-8669 ,JUNK CARS We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALL J.R. (813) 966-3501 Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 Need Money? We Pay Top Dollar For All Cars We Pay More For VB' s Trucks And Vans Call (813) 77G-7188 Now!! II I BUY JUNK CARS.COM Top Dollar For Trucks, Vans And Cars W ith Or Without Title Running Or Not 24/7 Call (813) 344-4444 .we Buy Cars Up To $25 000 Perfect Not So Perfect Ti tle, No Title No Problem Any Shape Or Any Condition (813) 335-3794 A H For Cars Trucks And Vans Free Haulirg Lost Title OK Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 God Bless For Cars, Trucks ; Vans, Moto r cycles Running Or Not With Or Without Title 24/7 (813) 695-2438 "' r-0 ::u en m z ::1 z m r-m c r rz ., c m r-c;; ::z: m c m < m -1 c m en c ,. z c "' :!! "<

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