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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ct Q a: Q SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 68 NO. 30 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2012 52 PAGES 75 New coach Brings New Era To High School Team SEE PAGE 13-A Local Music Groua 20-Year Dog Plans Free Concert Fiuhanu Operation To Benetitlission lands Duo In Jail SEE PAGE 8-A SEE PAGE 22-A TAMPA BAY TECH HIGH SCHOOl All-ClASS REUNION The Tampa Bay Tech All-Class Reunion (1970S-19Sos) was held October 26-2S, 2012 at the Westin Hotel on Harbour Island. Classmates came from afar and near to be a part of this growing reunion event. Those in attendance enjoyed a Slumber Party, Splash Party, Health Fair, Red And White with a Splash of Blue Ball, Worship Service and a Picnic at Lowry Park. Those who had the task of pulling all the events together were: Carol Williams (Class of'S2), Ricardo Kinsey ('So), Kim Wiggins ('So), MarliseTolbert ('S2), Don Lee ( 77), Tonia Perkins ('So), Benjamine Dallas ('79), Kathy McClain ('S1) and Deidre Reese ('S3). Committee member not Bobby Patterson ('S1). (PHOTO BY FREDERICK HARRIS)

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0 C") a: w m w > 0 z Juvenile Justice Deaanment To Hold Stakeholder Meetings-In Tampa 0 a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice will hold two stakeholder meetings in Tampa. The meetings will take place on Tuesday, Decerpber 4, at the University Area Community Development Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street. The first meeting will take place from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m The second meeting will take place from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. The meet ings provide unique oppor tunities for members of the SECRETARY WANSLEY WALTERS community to offer input o n services provided to BARBARA 1. PITTMAN 0 fE Practicing Law In: 0 Criminal Defense Famil y Law z Personal Injury <( Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 w Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 a:> The of a lawyer is on inlpOIIant decWoo that dtoG ....... -ualificoliooo aod > w 0 w Specializing In The Followng Areas: ::1: U) ::; m ::::) D.. z i= w _, _, ::::) m _, w Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigrati o n REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. '"""rnev'" Law 109 N Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 264-8717 z TM .... ...... i= L----=-=-;;;.;-=;;:.; .... =--=-'"=-::.l-="'= ... = ... z w U) <( 0 a: 0 _, LL Hillsborough youths. County Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Secretary Wansley Walters said, "As Secretary of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, one of my top priorities is to ensure that the agency is delivering the right services to the right youth at the right time. During the meetings, the department will share Roadmap goals and explain the reforms currently under way at the Department of Juvenile Justice. This outreach activity is described as the department's Roadmap to System Excellence." The meetings are open to the public and those attend ing the meetings can join in the discussions. Members of the communi ty are encouraged to attend the meetings. Anyone interested in participating, asking questions, submitting comments, or other information is asked to RSVP at Roadmap@djj.state.fl us The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitlect To$1 0,000 <( I N w Service Support 8nd Help from the beGil 11119 to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pai n For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. (PIP Insurance Ne41de
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Feature Teen Charged With Murder II Complex Securitv Guard BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The investigation into the murder of a security guard led police to a teenager earlier this week. The teenager was in cus tody on other charges when the new charges were filed According to the Tampa Police Department, the 21st murder in the City of Tampa took place when Critical Inter vention Services (CIS) Secu rity Guard Michael Valentin died during an at tempted robbery. The murder took place at the Grand Oaks Apartments Complex, 2402 E. Hanna Avenue. On Wednesday night, a week after the death police have charged Larry Donell Brown, 16, who resides in the Moses White Estates with first-degree murder 2 counts of armed robbery attempted armed robbery grand theft of a firearm being a felon in pos sess i on of a firearm Brown is held a t t h e Juv enile Assess ment Cent e r without bond. The mu r der of Valentin took place shortl y after 7 :30 p. m., Thanksgiving Eve Valentin was emplo y ed as an armed CIS Security Guard for the complex. Valentin, who was married and the f ather of two children was working an extra shift that night. According to the investiga tion, Valentin was the victim of an armed robbery gone wrong. Brown allegedly shot Valentin in the upper body and fled the scene, leaving his bicycle behind. When police arrived, they discovered Valentin's body. His firearm was still in the holster. Sgt. Bill Todd, of the Homicide Squad at Tampa Po lice Department said back ground information on Brown is limited because he is a juvenile Sgt. Todd said Brown has admitted to owning the bi cycle, but not to committing LARRY DONELL BROWN Charged with first-degree murder the murder. Brown was re portedly visiting a female ac quaintance who lives in the apartment complex. "I have been a police offi cer for 29 years and it still amazes me to see these young children take the life of an other human being like it s a video game, Sgt. Todd said. He further stated that the gun was taken from someone who lives near Brown. The owner reported it to police on the same da y as the murder. Bicycle Abandoned As the Homicide detectives began their i n v estigation last Wednesday, the y discovered a bicycle at the scene. They de termined that it might be linked to the crime and processed it for evidence. Po lice were able to develop a pos itive DNA match from the bicycle. After the murder, the first robbery occurred on Saturday, November 24th. Shortly be fore 10 p.m that evening, 22year-old Dwayne Jenkins was using an ATM machine in the 1700 block of East Fowler Avenue. The suspect walked up behind Jenkins, implied he had a gun, and demanded that Jenkins withdraw money. He then took Jenk ins' keys and cell phone. Three days later, on Tues day around 7:40 p.riL, Hu Baaquel, 25, was using Criminal Defense, Family Law & Persona] Injury Cypress Point Oftke Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite tOt Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hills1:!9rougb Co:unw Prosecutor-Deputy Chief w.c .......... .. *Certified 1:!J State University All Job-Related I n urfes Change Treating hyslclans *Collect Back Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination the same ATM machine when he was approached from be hind. Baaquel also told police the suspect implied he had a gun, demanded money, took his cell phone, keys, and fled. Police said it has not been confirmed that the suspect fled the robberies on a bicycle, and no bicycle has been recov ered. Police captured the image of the suspect in bo!h rob beries on video. Sgt. Todd sa i d neither of the victims saw a gun, but the suspect placed an object up to their backs, and implied that he was armed. In the i nterim, as the mur der invest i g a tion continued, CIS offered a r eward of $1o ,ooo leading to informa tion the arrest and conviction of the suspect On Tuesday night, police executed a search warrant at Brown's residence and re covered additional evidence related to the murder and both ATM robberies. Police learned of the theft of the gun through witness interviews. They also said the gun used in the homi cide has been recovered. The armed robbery suspect, shown on the right, covered his face and wore glasses during the commission of the crime. Sgt. Todd said Brown has been charged with rriurder as a juvenile. Mark Cox, of the Hills borough County State Attorney s Office said, Brown ap peared in Juvenile Court on Thursday morning. The state has 21 days to charge Brown as an adult. CU firm is rated AV" by Mattindale-Hf.t the figJest rating ffx 1egci ablity and ethical starx1atd The hittiQ d a ilw)Wls att ltrlpcdart dedalon thft lhtU:I Lf'Clfl adwtti:smeds BeAw ..

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Fr i day 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 Period i cal Postage Pa i d 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 WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.()()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0G-Per Year Both Editions. Oplnlone elqii'MMCI on editorial pegee of thle .-.paper by Columnleta or Gueet Wrltere, do not neceseerlly reflect the editorial etanc:e of The Florlde Sentinel Bulletin or the Publleher IPowerball And The Fiscal CliHI T o Democrats and Republicans in Washington, D. C., c who can't seem to see eye-to-eye on how to keep tax a: paying America from falling off a cliff, we've got the answer. U. PlAY POWERBALL! c z ct c en w ::: ..... ft w > w c w :E: en :::i m ::: c.. z tu .J .J ::: m .J w z t= z w en ct c a: 0 .J u. In the midst of austerity commentaries from every eoo nomic expert who has a Facebook or Twitter, the idea seem ingly leaps out at them like a mamba snake hiding under a tomato bush. This week's Powerball Jackpot reached more than $550 million. Think about it. If Republicans and Democrats would pool their pennies rather than slinging their spittle, they could combine a suni of at least $250 million that, if played for Powerball, would literally guarantee the player to become an instant winner. So, rather than sending Middle Class Americaans back to the Stone Age, for the sum of a measly $250 million, Capital Hillers would look like heroes when they came up winning $550 million. The Middle Class would be saved, and Ameri can multi-millionaires and billionaires could keep all their un-counted zillions. Isn't it fascinating that, in the midst of what has been called "America's fiscal rendition of 'High Noon'," most Americans are not so much concerned about the Possibility of a $2,500 increase on their income taxes as they are hopeful of winning an unheard of "Alice-in-Wonderland" sum that could only be received and spent on the dark side of the Moon? Consequently, this most recent Powerball madness leaves us, here at the Sentinel with one stark question: "ARE WE AMERICANS BROKE, OR AREN'T WE?" For an answer, ask the Powerball player standing in line in front of you. Jim Grear: The GOP's Smoking Gun Remember Jim Greer? Before and during the past Pres idential election, his name was more popular than Tony the Tiger's, and for good reason. We had been watch ing with keen interest the continued delay of the former Florida GOP Chairman's daytime drama as he fought for his freedom. Originally scheduled for August 2012,just before theRepublican Party's national convention, Greer's court date was mysteriously moved to November. And now, the case has been postponed to February. Indeed, the Florida and National Republican Parties (whose new motto is "KEEP IT SWEET AND SYMPATHETIC FOR TilE 47%!) sorely wish Jim Greer would simply pack up and go away. Why? Because, Jim Greer knows where all the Great Pachyderm's bones are buried. No doubt, voters have already heard that Greer plans to talk about meetings he attended where "how to suppress the Black vote" was served along with tiramisu. What's more, voters recently learned GOP attorneys may be defending certain Conservatives who attended the "FOR MEN ONLY" "Final Solution" summit where prostitutes may also have been on the itinerary. Things are almost as bad as when Conservatives skinny dipped in the Red Sea. ct However, J. G's coming. And when he gets a chance to testify, rumors and heads will roll. So, who's Jim Greer? w And why have we suddenly not heard from him? He is the CJ GOP's worst nightmare. In fact, he has been nalried "GREER THE SMOKING GUN!" Wh en I first arrived here at the Marianna Federal Correctional Institu tion a few months ago, I was informed by an officer during the screening process that I was preparing to walk onto a compound designated as a safe haven for child molesters. Apparently, to avoid con tinuously paying the costly medical expenses that come with broken faws, providing dentures and repairing punc tured lungs, the Feds decided to turn a few of their facilities into places where men who stalk schoolyards and jump out of trees could do their time in peace. I was told that out of the 1,200 inmates housed at this institution, 700 were convicted sex offenders. That translated to the fact that on any given day, every other person I en countered would probably be someone you warn your chil dren about --a thought that continues to make my skin crawl. Once I made it to my unit, I noticed a portion of the popu lation fit the Chester stereo type. Extremely pale creepy-looking, white guys with bad skin and geeky dispo sitions. After I settled in I also dis covered that, while there were a significant amount of the kind of weirdoes who would have most mothers dialing 9+ 1 on sight, their numbers didn t come close to adding up to the 700 sex offenders quoted to me upon my arrival. To me, that meant that a lot of the regular-looking guys around me were hiding their horns and masquerading as real men. I realized that some of the people, who would otherwise pass for the run-of-the-mill federal inmate locked up on drug or weapons charges, were in fact predatory pedophiles. The prototypical "creepy white guy" I described earlier didn t necessarily fit the profile. Real life monsters, as it turns out, are just as varied in size, color and texture as the ones kids vi sualize in their nightmares. Since I've been here I've often thought about the women I've met throughout my life who, at different times, confided in me their own hor rific experiences of abuse at the hands of close family mem bers. Most of their tormentors were men whose despicable actions were never brought to light because their victims were either too scared to tell or weren't believed once they were brave enough to come forward with what was hap pening to them. Being a protective father, it never registered with me when I heard stories of sexual abuse where a child's accusations weren t taken seriously. The idea of a parent ignoring that kind of information for the sake of protecting a family's or UNSW[ETfNfD n111mnm ; Chamhee I zero Degrees 01 Separation I We have long lived in a Though the educational syscountry where class tern will probably disagree, a and status determines our college degree does not necesplace in society. We are greatly sarily make one man smarter divided by titles and the list of than the next. Yes, it may make credentials that trail behind our an individual more knowledgenames. able in a particular field, but Words like 'expert', 'smart' that's about it. and 'exceptional'; automatically To say knowledge is limitplaces a person in a class above less and at the same time place the "average" individual. You standards upon it doesn't make see it every day in schools and much sense. It almost feels as in the workplace. If a person though education is just anhas graduated from college, his other system within our system animal earnings nearly double that is bringing about division. when he/she gets a job, but Don't get me wrong, I'm all what about the intelligent perfor school and college, I'd never son who lacks a degree? discredit education on any How about the level, but learning is an infinite man/woman that is highly process. To 'know is to open skilled in their position, but is one 's eyes to potential greatoverlooked because they do not ness Think about the word enhave the certifications that are lightenment .. .is this not a deemed necessary to make higher form of knowledge, a them qualified for what they do form that is neither taught nor best. purchased, but is attained an ind ividu al's reputation seemed incon ceivable. But the ugly truth is that in a lot of cases, Black hou seholds in par ticu l ar, it happens far too often. I recently read a book b y jazz singer, artist, actress and author Rose Bilal, entitled "Don't Blame The Road." In it, she reflects on how being sexually abused by several members of her family, includ ing her father, dramatically impacted her life and her abil ity to have meaningful rela tionships with anyone as she grew older. Her suffering only ended once she moved away because of her inability to tell her mother what was going on behind closed doors. While she ultimately led a successful existence and came to terms with what happened to her as a child, deeply imbed ded scars in her psyche are a constant reminder of the struggle she once endured. They say it takes a village to raise a child. It is also the re sponsibility of each member of a community to protect that child as well. Each person can do his or her part by paying closer attention, refusing to look the other way and not being fooled by misleading pearances. We may not be able to stop the sickness. But we can pre vent that mental illness from causing any further damage to the well being of the individu als who will one day shape all of our futures. Help stop the abuse of children. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence -Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. through experience and expo sure? What we are taught most of our lives is not always learned in a classroom. We usually stumble across our gifts and talents. A hairdresser may have found her gift for styling hair when she was just a little girl combing through the locks of her doll. When she later de cides to tum her passion into a career, it is school or college that will help her expound on what she has already been prac ticing. There are many (degree less) people who possess a wealth of knowledge, skills and information. I, myself, happen to know a few. I have learned a great deal from these individu als who have probably never stepped foot onto a college campus. What saddens me most is the fact that the world fails to acknowledge their presence be cause for whatever reason they did not follow society's educa tional standards. Imagine the benefit we all could have if we look beyond the barriers of credentials and toward a future with zero de grees of separation! The1autbor.me@&mail.com

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Six Democrats Call For Hearing On Voter SUppression CONGRESSMAN ALCEE HASTINGS On Tuesday, a group of Congressional Democrats ca ll ed on the U.S. Commis sion on Civil Rights to launch an investigation. The group wants a hearing regarding c the House Bill 1355 that 0: changed voting procedures LL in Florida. Governor Rick c z Scott signed the bill into law a: w > w c w ::z::: en ::J ID :::;) Q. z Martin R. Castro, Chair man of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights the Democ rats said, Recently, former Governor Charlie Crist, former Florida Republican Chairman Jim Greer, as well as an anonymous group of Republican consultants, alleged that the Republican controlled Florida legislature passed H. B. 1355 in order to intentionally suppress Dem ocratic turnout. ..J ..J :::;) ID "The law limited access to the polls for minorities sen iors, and college students. In uj particular, it reduced the z number of early voting days z w en
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Obama News Pres. Obama Meets With Romnev Waxwork Figure Hi hanna, President Thursdav Obama And Morgan Freeman i Celebrating Thanksgiving ; Mitt Romney for a private lunch at the White House Thursday, their first meeting since the election. Pres. Obama promised in his victory speech earlier this month to engage with Romney following their bitter campaign and consider the Republican's ideas. "In the weeks ahead, I also look forward to sitting down with Gov. Romney to talk about where we can work together to move this country forward," Pres. Obama said at the time. Pres. Obama, Republicans wrangle Over Fiscal Clift WASHINGTON Amid increasing anxiety that the White House and top Repub licans are wasting time as the government slides an economy-rattling "fiscal cliff," administration officials are heading to Capitol Hill for talks with congressional lead ers. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and senior White House aide Rob Nabors were to visit sepa rately Thursday with the four leaders of the House and Sen ate to discuss how to avert a series of tax increases and spending cuts due to begin in January. Republicans com plain that the White House is slow-walking the talks and has yet to provide specifics on how President Barack Obama would curb the rapid PRES. BARACK OBAMA growth of benefit programs like Medicare and Medicaid. Pres. Obama and House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, the lead GOP negotia tor, spoke on the phone Wednesday, their first con versation in five days. But there's been little evident progress in negotiations be tween the two sides. Glenn Beck's Sells obama In Pee Pee' Piece 01 arr Race baiter, Glenn Beck has released his new work of "art" and is calling it "Obama in Pee Pee." Also known as Flobama, the piece is a Pres. Obama toy inside a mason jar of fake urine. Beck's piece is in re sponse to a painting by Boston art student Michael D' Antuono that depicts the president in a Christ-like posture. ln D'Antuono's painting is of President Obama standing in front of the U. S. presidential seal with his arms outstretched and a crown of thorns on his head. The piece is called Truth. Beck was insulted, but agreed with D' Antuono's position that the First Amendment should not be set aside because people's feelings are hurt. "D' Antuono said First Amendment rights should override somebody's hurt feelings. He said he's we should celebrate the fact that we live in a country where we're all given the freedom to express ourself. The crucifix ion of the president was metaphorically. My intent was not to compare him to Jesus," Glenn said. r 0 :a c Madame Tussauds in London brought together waxwork figures of singer Ri> hanna, President Barack Obama. and actor Morgan Freeman along with actor m Geroge Clooney for a Thanksgiving celebration dinner. z The grouping marks the fourth time President Obama has celebrated the Thanks::::! h l.d hil ffi z giVIng o 1 ayw e In o ce. m The random group of waxwork figures make for interesting company with one of r the most popular female music artists out right now alongside two of Hollywood's biggest Pres. Obama supporters. J= FREE CASE EVALUATION CALL US TODAY! (813) 471-4444 _:;: z c: aJ r c;; ::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c > z c :a c

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i Local : SMG Music Group Presents A Who Cares, we Care' Benefit Concen 0 z ).:' ct c a: LL "The Pen Of A Ready Writer" SMG Music Group, a Tampa Bay produc tion company, will host a concert to benefit Who Cares? We Care!, a non-profit organiza tion founded by Dr. Brenda Jefferson. This event brings inspiration, hope, and commu nity-empowerment culminating in a live na tional recording, featuring the world's greatest gospel icons. The concert will be held Saturday, Decem ber 8 2012. The live recording of 'The Pen of a Ready Writer" will be hosted by Deeper Life Church, 3300 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa. Gospel superstars scheduled for the live recording include: Dorinda Clark-Cole, Lucinda Moore, Sunday's Best Finalist, Danetra Moore, Lecresia Campbell, Rhonda McLemore, Shawn McLemore and many others. Stellar Award winner Myron Butler will produce for the live-recording to benefit Who Cares? We Care! an organization catering to down-trodden, displaced and destitute people. After overcoming fibroid tumors, Dr. Brenda Jefferson stayed hospitalized for 17 LL days with blood clots in her lungs, heart and C kidneys. One year later, a stroke almost claimed her life. She lost her memory and abil ity to walk and speak. She survived because c her husband Bishop M. B. Jefferson, and 0 their natural and spiritual sons and daughters cared for, prayed and supported her. Dr. Brenda's experiences inspired her to start fi: Who Cares? We Care!, whose mission is "we W care about your well-being." iii God inspired Dr. Jefferson to open a c state of the art fitness facility to show people how to care for themselves by showing them 0 someone else cares. Dr. Brenda says, It's all about CARING! People always want to know, ::: "Who Cares? Well, We Care! Dr. Brenda 0.. wants to show the entire community how much she cares with a full day empowerment w fair. j The day includes a community health fair, ::: m ..I w z i= z w U) c( c a: 0 ..I ,.. LL Ashley Ghent-Mc.Kellar Tiffany DR. BRENDA JEFFERSON blood drive, and pillow give away. According to 2011 estimates, Hillsborough County had over 17,000 homeless people. Dr. Brenda Jefferson said, "We have to meet natural needs as well as spiritual. Many homeless and indigent people receive basic ne cessities, but never pillows. Pillows comfort. When people are going through, they need to be comforted. We want people to leave knowing someone cares." All songs being recorded were inspired by Dr. Brenda Jefferson's latest book, "The Pen of a Ready Writer. "The recording is FREE and open to the public. Proceeds from CD sales will go towards helping Who Cares? We Care! in the community. Doors open at s p. m. Everyone is invited to enjoy the evening. For more information please call813-229-68os. L. Williams & Judah Divine LOCA.TIOrt: 2711 e.l811t AW.,TAMPA rL 33605 Women's Investment Group Reaching Out To BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Women's Investment Group has been organized in the community for about 6 years. Its goal is to empower individuals with their entre preneurial and financial skills as they reach back and share some of their connections and contacts to help lift another business person. Each year, the organiza tion selects another non profit organization and with that organization for a full year. The group helps with educating on the proper business licenses, marketing ideas, fundraising and en courage the small business owner. It's all done by volun teerism. This year s not-for-profit group is Miracle Outreach headed by Michelle Walker. To further enhance the or ganization before the end of the year, the Women's Investment Group will hold its First Annual Sniall Business Show case on Friday, December 7, 2012, 7 p m. 10 p. m. The showcase will be held at the University Area Community Development Corporation, 14013 N 22nd St. (33612). Katie. McGill, Executive Director of Dress For Suc cess, and founder of Let's Talk Consulting, said the event is an effort to support small businesses. KATIE MCGILL ... Exec. Dir. of Dress For Success "We've had 'Black Friday,' 'Small Business Saturday,' 'Cyber Monday,' and now it's time for our local small busi nesses to market them selves," she said. For a small fee, businesses are encouraged to show their wares to the community. And, the community is urged to come out and shop with the vendors, get holiday gifts. There will be a so/so draw ing to benefit a business and the organization that has been monitored the past year. The showcase is also being hosted by University Area Community Develop ment Corp., DSI and Edward Jones. There will be lots of fun, food and door prizes. For additional informa tion, please call (813) 321781s. OFTRUTH MINISTRY, INC. P.O. 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Tampa Senator Young Gospel Artist ; Honored As Releases First co 0 I I d BYLEONB.CREWS ......------____,.....,....--...., :U u s an 1n1 SentinelStaffWriter = 11.1 R I Chad Bagley (stage ..... TALLAHASSEEState Senator Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) was recently named one of Florida A & M University's most prominent "Rattlers." She was one of 125 F AMU alumni honored by the historically Black institu tion during its 125th Anniver sary Gala. Senator Joyner, a 1968 graduate of FAMU' s College of Law, was chosen as a final ist by an independent panel selected and chaired by the FAMU National Alumni As sociation. The selection was based on criteria including professional achievements, civic involvement, and com munity service. Known for her passionate devotion to human rights and criminal justice issues, Sena tor Joyner was one of the early pioneers of Florida s Civil Rights Movemenf, and was named by Ebony MagCORRECTION In Tuesday's Sentinel, an incorrect date was printed for the NAACP's annual trip fo the grave side of Harry T. and Har riette V. Moore. The correct date for the trip will is Saturday, December 15th, We apolo gize for any inconvenience the error may have caused. For more information contact Ms. Pat Spencer at ps.penfla@aol.com or (813) 205-3834 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChlldren.org an er name, Crown) dedicated N himself to Christ at a young SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER azine as one of "America's 100 Most Irifluential Black Americans." She was also a keynote speaker during FAMU's Com mencement Ceremonies this past year. Senator Joyner, a Tampa Democrat has served the people of her district since first winning election to the Florida House of Representa tives in 2000. She was elected to the Senate in 2006, and re elected without opposition, in 2010 and 2012. Senator Joyner became the first Black female attor ney in Hillsborough County and has been in private prac tice for forty-three (43) years longer than any Black woman in the history of Florida. She is a former Pres ident of the National Bar As sociation. BISHOPQAYTON FERGUSON, JR. And PASTOR t. ElDER. DOROTHY FERGUSON Adult Sunday School-tO A.M. Youth Sunday SchooL..10"30 A.M. Sunday Worship 11 A.M. Bible Class 6 P.M. 1st & 3rd fri-Evangelist Svc 7 P.M. 2nd & 4th FriYouth Svc 6P.M. age, and has continued to be an example for other young men through his mentoring organization Crown also has been busy writing and recording Gospel music, and now after a year, he's ready to release his first CD, "The Freshest Man You've Never Seen." "I collaborated with my partner and best friend, Keon Jenkins (Sho Nuff), and we wrote all of the tracks. We also worked with some other artists as background or duet singers. It was by the Grace of God we were able to put this to gether. "I have high expectations for this, and I'm very excited. We put a lot of hard work into it, and I did all of the en gineering myself." Crown said a single, "We Put The Word On CHAD BAGLEY (Crown) 'Em," is being played on ss.sFM. "With all of the different things I'm involved in, I will continue to do my mentoring and working with organiza tions to spread the word of Jesus Christ. "I credit the mentoring with giving me the inspira tion and material for the CD. It was the interaction with the young men that gave me the lyrics for the songs." Crown says this project KEON JENKINS (Sho-Nuff) is only the beginning for him and Jenkins, and he wel comes other aspiring young Gospel artists to join them. "I hope when people lis ten to the CD, they will feel ., the same things I felt when it b was put together. I hope it will raise their conscious-c ness, and put them a little )lo closer to Jesus Christ. This is especially for the young people out there who are in dire Z need of something spiritual m in their lives." 1 m c: r r z ., c: m r 0 % m c m """ c: m t/) c ,.. z c :u 6

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Local News Murder Trial 01 Alleged Lonerv Mnner's Killer Underwav w ID w z :: a: &L. c a: &L. c z c( Q U) w ::::) ... ti w Gi c w ::z:: U) ::::i ID ::::) A. z Iii _, ..I ::::) ID ..I W z w U) 2. a: g &L. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For nearly three years, Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore has been an inmate at the Hillsborough County Jail. She is accused of killing a Lakeland man in 2009 who won thelottery. Earlier this week, a 12member jury that includes 3 African American men and an African American woman, were seated in the murder trial of Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore. Moore is accused of killing 4 1 -year-old Abraham Shakespeare whose body was found under a concrete slab in January 2010. Although both Moore and Shakespeare w e re r e sidents of Lakeland, his body was unearthed in Hillsborough County. The Polk County Sheriffs Office investigate the report after Shakespeare was reported missing by his family in April 2009. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office investigated the mur-ABRAHAM SHAKESPEARE der after h i s bod y was found. On Thursday morning, Elder Michelle Patty attended the morning session of the trial. I couldn t believe the way she was smiling at the jurors and just continu ally shuffling papers But the judge told her to put the pa pers down and to stop. I just couldn't believe her behavior. She didn't act like someone who could spend the rest of her life in jail." Judge Emmett Lamar Battles is hearing the trial that is expected to last about two weeks. It's that Tune Again! 3rcf Atmual Christmas Classic Halt Salon 8t Old School accepting clothing/small appliances for our 3rd Annual Christmas Giveaway In December Drop olf. for More Info 3431 N 22nd St. Call813-363-4176 Tampa, 33605 Abe Brown Ministries, Inc. 2012 Family Trip Schedule December 2012 2ND SATURDAY TRIP December8,2012 $2I.OOIPSISOII CIIINnft : $12.10 DEPARTURE-a. 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Police arrested Ms. Moore, 40, on February 2 2010, and charged with first degree murder, in connection with the death of Shake speare. His murde r was the culmination of a se ries of events that began after he won $30 million lottery jackpot in 2006. Shakespeare and former co-worker Michael Ford stopped at a Frostproof con venience store. Ford entered the store and Shakespeare asked that he bring him two lottery tickets back. After it became known that Shakespeare had won the $30 million jackpot, Ford filed a lawsuit against him, claiming Shakespeare had stolen the winning ticket from his wallet. He lost the lawsuit. Shakespeare decided to accept a one time payout. Shortly after winning, a woman named Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore came into his life in late 2008. She was allegedly going to write a book about his life she told police W ithin months, in 2009, Shakespeare ceased to communicate with his family, including his mother and son. His family reported him missing She has denied killing Shakespeare, but admitted that she was present when the murder occurred. Attorney Jay Pruner with the Hillsborough State Attorney's Office, is the pros ecutor. Attorney Byron Hileman is representing Moore. WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR .1iii-FI Service Award Luncheon Friday, December 7, 2012 -1:30 P.M. (Doors Open At 11: 30 a. m ) H iggins Hall 5225 N H i mes Ave. Pledge: $60 Per Seat Guest Speaker: RUSSEL L. HONORE' Retired Lieutenant General Commander of Joint Task FOro. Katrina FUU Celebrates lts1251h Anniversarv Recently the Florida A & M University held its Legacy Torch and. traveled to Tampa. The event took place will take place on Wednes day November 14. The pur pose of the visit was to r ais e funds for scholarships. Dr. Walter L. Smith, the seventh president of Florida A & M University and the Tampa Alumni Chapter of the FAMU Na tiqnal Alumni Association welcomed the official Torch Tour. The FAMU Torch has trav eled across the United States in an effort to promote voter registration and to increase membership in the F AMU National Alumni Associa tion (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes) Dr. Larry Robinson, Interim President of Florida A & M University, is shown with Carolyn Collips, FAMU Graduate and current president of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP. Jackie Hearns, left, President FAMU Alumni Tampa Chapter, and past FAMU :President Walter Smith were honored to participate in the celebration

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BRENILAH COMER November _29, 2012 All girls Minnie Mouse pajama sleepover held at my house, Nov, 30, Boys welcoine until 9 p. m. The National Council of Negro Women will hold its December 1st meeting at the AKA House, 412 E. 7th Ave. (33602), at 10 a m. Members should bring a non-perishable food item for the charity donation, a covered dish and a gift, if partic ipating in the gift exchange. Ms. Tee Solomon is the president. Events TIDIPI Housing EVents The Tampa Housing Authority will celebrate three major events regarding the Encore project in the next few weeks. Groundbreakings will take place December 4th and 18th On December 4th, ground will be broken for Trio at En core, Cass St. and Nebraska Ave. at 10 a.m. The ground will be broken on December 18th, 12 noon for Reed at En Brtllalna The Gap The Derrick Brooks Youth Charities Crime Prevention Task Force City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Depart ment, McDonald's Restau rant, Sweet Bay Markets and Pepsi Beverage Co. are spon soring a Bridging the Gap Between the Community and Law Enforcement event on December 8, 2012. The free event, 7th Annual Softball Game, will be held at the Spring Hill Park Commu nity Center, 1000 E. Eskimo Ave., 10 a.m.-2 p. m. Youth participating will be the Spring Park Teen Coun cil. For more information contact Earl Silas (813) 309-3081 or Harold Hart (813) 274-3314. Hillsborough County .COMMUNITY I MEETINGS To Discuss Fire Rescue's New Reserve Responder Program Hillsborough County F'U'e Rescue s volunteer staffing changes will be the topic of conversation at five community meetings. FU'e Rescue personnel will meet with residents in the communities impacted to discuss: The changes to the six volunteer fire stations How Hillsborough County plans to preserve the spirit of volunteer fire service while addressing the significant concerns with the existing volunteer staffing model as outlined in a recent Fire Rescue Performance Audit The new Reserve Responder Program How residents can continue to be involved Two recruitment open houses are also scheduled for those interested i n applying for the Reserve Responder Program. These recruitment events will be held on Saturday, Dec 1 & 15, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Hillsborough County Fire Rescue Headquarters, 2709 E Hanna Ave. in Tampa. The full. Fire Rescue Volunteer Transition Plan is available online at: www .hillsboroughcounty .orglfire/. All meeting facilities are ADA compliant. For assistance or for .lllOl'e information, please call (813) 272-5275 ('ITY: 301-7173). Para itiformacilm, llamar a/272-52 7 5 Community Meetings lloftclay,Dec.3 PUle.. ::.:: ... lonall.tv.c. c.m ... 31'1 hula Drtve, ....... ................ ........... ... 0).-... 410 ....... -........ RENEE This week's Spotlight shines on Renee, a dy namic young woman who is definitely going places. Renee loves to model, and is never short on confidence or energy. When it comes to staying focused on her future, Renee believes that her future must take priority over everything else. That doesn't mean she doesn't have time to spend with family and friends, or that she's bigger than life. What it does mean is that she's serious, and if you aren't, stay out of her way or get run over. The man in Renee's life must be self-reliant, handsome, mature, spiritual, and understanding. He must also reflect a good foundation of being raised by his parents and have some goals set in his life. Congratulations to Renee as this week's Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to tclark@tlsentinel.com. 3255 W. Cypress St. First Sundays No, o n Soul Food & SeatooiJ Entertainment By Rose' Bilal "TT r-0 :u 6 en m z m r-aJ c r r-; z ., c aJ f: rn iii c m m rn c )It z c "TT :!l c

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Q a: &&. Q z c( Q en w ::::) ._ i'i: w > w Q w ::1: en :::l m ::::) a. z ...1 ...1 ::::) m ...1 w z i= z w en a: 0 ...1 &&. Life Of Pi -An India teenager who sur vives a disaster at sea finds himself stuck on a boat with a hyena, monkey and a Bengal tiger. This is a true adventure of life or death. Excellent! Must-see! Which story do you believe? Made $30M. (Budget $120M). **** Silver Lining Playbook -A romantic comedy-drama about a husband (Bradley Cooper) going crazy after finding out his wife cheated on him. His dad (Robert De Niro), Jennifer Lawrence (Hunger Games) and Chris Tucker try to bring him back to sanity. Very good love story. Made $6M. (Budget $12M).**** Red Dawn -An American citY awakens to the sight of Korean soldiers invading the U. S. Wait for DVD. Not believable. Made $21M. (Budget $6sM). ** Rise Of The Guardians When the evil spirit launches an assault on Earth, the Guardians (Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, Jack Frost, etc.) team up to protect the children. Only kids will love this movie. Made $32M. (Budget $145M). **lf2 The Twilight Saga: Breakitlg Dawn Pt. 2 Bella (Kristen Stewart) awakes as a vampire after having a newborn daughter. She later learns that the Volturi Organiza tion is coming to kill the baby and her hus band, Edward (Robert Pattison), Jacob (Taylor Latner) and the Cullen family must seek help to save the baby. Very good fight scene at the end. Enjoyed it. Must-see! Still No 1 at Box Office Made $227M. (Budget $120M). **** Skyfall -James Bond (Daniel Craig) brings the pain for 2 hours/25 mins. in this action/thriller. This time, the villain is com ing after the agency. No. 1 at Box Office. Made $221M. (Budget $2ooM). **** Flight Denzel Washington stars as a pilot with a abuse problem, who has to land a damaged plane. Don Cheadle had a good role in this drama. Must-see! Made $74M. (Budget $31M). ****. Wreck-It-Ralph -An old school video game character attempts t0 shed-his bad guy image by eseaping to another game. Well written Excellent for kids and adults. En joyed it! Made $149M. (Budget $165M).**** Cloud Atlas (2012) Tom Hanks and Halle Berry star in this 3 hour epic film about how the actions of people throughout the past, present and future impact one an other. Sounds confusing, but you have to check it out, if you have time. Made only $25M. (Budget N/A).*** Paranornial Activity 4-There s noth ing new in this fourth version of a ghost haunting anther family. The ending was pretty good, but the story needed more ac tion. Made $53M. (Budget $sM). *** 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 $98M. (Budget $44M). **** Sinister -A father (Ethan Hawke) comes across a gruesome 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 Pitch Perfect-A freshman college student (Anna Kendrick) is forced by her dad to join the acappella team on campus. The semi-musical was very good : Made $62M. (Budget $17M). **** Taken 2 Brian Mills (Liam Neeson), the retired CIA agent and his ex-wife are by the father of the kidnapper he killed rescuing his daughter. The first Taken film was a classic, but this movie was still good. Good spy scenes with daughter. Must see! Made $136M. (Budget $45M). **** Hotel Transylvania-Dracula (voice of Adam Sandler) invites all the famous mon sters to his castle for his daughter's birth day. All trouble starts when his daughter falls in love with a human. Kids will love this film Made $143M (Bu
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_L_o_ca __ _____________________________________________________________ Jesulrs varsity Flltball New Era Begins ForJenerson ceach Decides Te Meve on High School Basketball I After three suceessful seam sons as the head coach of the BY LEON B. CREWS working at basketball camps :a Jesuit High School football Sentinel Staff Writer sponsored by the Orlando. team, James Harrell Magic for high school playdecided it was time to move The Jefferson High School ers. We also had athletes p;; on. Dragon basketball team has from other countries. After Coach Harrell leaves welcomed new head coach, giving it a lot of thought, I behind a 29-6 record, an Eric Hayes, who is ready to acceptedthe job. in July." undefeated regular season embark on a new era at the Hayes said after he was his first year, and having lost school. named the head coach, the only two district games. Of Hayes, who lettered in first thing he did was to see Harrell's six loses, 3 three sports while a student what kind of schedule the occurred during his first two at Tampa Catholic High team was facing. seasons. School, said basketball has "I needed to see what kind In the end it didn t matter always been his favorite of talent I had, and who was that Harrell had inherited a sport coming in. During an open team that had missed the "I think I was about 18 gym situation, I got a chance playoffs three of the previJAMFS HARRELL when my dad took me to my ERIC HAYES to look at all the guys, except ous five years. What did ... LeavingJob first professional basketball d ch the ones that were playing Hea ooa matter was that Harrell game. It was the Orlando football. had three offensive coordi "That s my strategy and the Magic against the Portland "Now, I know what I'm 6 nators in each season, and formula that's been successTrailblazers, and after the 2005 until. 2006. From working with, and I know I the parents of some of his ful for me. I would love to game, I got an opportunity 2004 to 2005 Hayes was will have to fine tune some ,_ players objected to his blunt work on the college level as a to meet some of the the head varsity basketball of the fundamentals to get en coaching style. coordinator or assistant to Trailblazer players That is a coach at the International us ready." !:2 It also didn't help that get that experience, then great memory to cherish. Preparatory School in Hayes said his first goal is :::! Harrell's son, Anthony, help build a successful proAfter high school, Hayes Cleveland Ohio, the head to be competitive ad restore transferred from Freedom gram. attended the University of coach at Brooksville Central or create a winning attitude rHigh School to Jesuit his "I'd also like to watch my Maryland-Baltimore High School from 2oo6 withtheplayers. m senior year. The school ususon play at Georgia Tech County, where he graduated until 2009, and the head "All I know is winning and ally doesn't accept junior Harrell said he'd eventu. with a degree in Information coach at Dunnellon High I want the players to feel J;j and senior transfers. ally like to coach at the proSystems. School from 2009 until that. I want us to get better ::! Harrell said at the end of fessionallevel. "As far as being a coach is 2012 each game we play." Z the year, he and officials at I don't know how long I concerned, I knew this is On getting the job at Aside from being the head ;g the school assessed everywant to coach right now, but what I've always wanted to Jefferson, Hayes said he basketball coach at thing, and it was just the I guess it will be as long as I do. Attending a lot of baswas contacted by a friend Jefferson, Hayes also c;; right time to move on. can continue to impact the ketball camps really who asked him if he would teaches Algebra I and :I: "It's always difficult leav lives of young athletes. impressed upon me the be interested. Geometry. ing a great program. I will be Harrell said today's desire to want to coach. "I came in, met with the Eric Hayes is the eldest m looking at other opportuniyoung athletes are bigger, "I had a chance to coach at staff, and was involved in son of J and Gwen j'i ties at all levels. As far as faster, and stronger than my high school alma mater dialogue during the sum-Hayes. He has three :a Jesuit is concerned, I feel I when he played, or when he alongside my high school mer. During that time, I was lings. had taken the kids as far as first started coaching. coach. From that experi-. c: they could go. I also feel youth football ence, I learned a lot and got m 'Tm thankful for the has done a pretty good job a lot of encouragement. I C opportunity to go there and preparing some of these also learned how to get be the first African American kids. in the end, it still along with the players, and ,_ head coach hired at the comes down to fundamen-the business side of coachschool. tals." ing." As far as the game itself is Reporter Leon B. Hayes began his coaching :!! concerned, .Harrell said it Crews can be reached at career as an assistant at g will afways be a matter of (813) 248-0724, or at Tampa Catholic from 1998 < basics and fundamentals. crews@Osentinel.corn. until 2001, and again from ladv Hawks Take On ladv Falcons On November 13th, the Hillsborough Community College Lady Hawks took on the Florida College Lady Falcons. At halftime, the Lady Hawks were leading 37 to 20 with a strong offense and an aggressive defense. Although the Lady Falcons attempted a late push and racked up another 23 points, the Lady Hawks walked away with a 62-43 victory. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Victoria Cecil, wearing #10, of Clearwater, Freshman Simiah Blout, #14, used speed to makes a strong pass to set up an assist. get to the basket. Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge and all GMC & Call Laster Today: 813.929.2400 or Email: LasterDavisOgmall.com VlsH Laster; 24314 SR 54, Lutz, Florida 33559

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49ers linebacker w Bowman Gets 5-Year Extension c a: u.. NAVORROBOWMAN SANTA CLARA, CA NaVorro Bowman had to tell someone about his hefty new contract before it became public. And there was pal Patrick Willis first thing Tuesday before they began their morning workout. The 49ers' inside linebacker pair of Bowman and Willis will be lining up together on San Francisco's talented defense well into the future if all goes as planned. On Tuesday, Bowman reached agreement on a fiveyear contract extension through the 2018 season a deal worth $45.25 million, with $25.5 million in guaran teed money. Miami Dolphins Jonathon Amava Arrested For Choking Cab Driver li: w c w ::1: en JONATHON AMAYA :J Miami Dolphins defensive back Jonathon Amaya was A. cuffed by Miami Beach police Z in the wee hours of Monday ffi morning for allegedly choking ...J acab. S The 24-year-old had ID flagged down a cab outside a ...J Miami nightclub at around 4:30 a.m. When the cab !i pulled up to Amaya, he w en a: 9 u.. reportedly asked the driver, Jonathon Vunge, if he would to take him to a desti nation beyond the outskirts of the regular route. Amaya allegedly handed Vunge a $100 bill for his trouble and the driver agreed to take him. Vunge then told police investigators that as they drove, Amaya suddenly became "aggressive" and he felt threatened by his behavior so he returned the player back to the spot where he had picked him up. According to the 44-yearold driver, Amaya then "leaned forward and wrapped his hands around his neck and started choking him." When police were called to the scene, Amaya was still inside the car and Vunge was frantically telling them that the NFL player had tried to kill him. I EO_ 1 .laupemift Cars & Low-Paym.t, Great Cars, like lmntery-CALL IIOWI 1 Contort: Tony Jones I Office: 813=870-3333 I Direct Line: 813-96S.31 OS I I I Pre-Owned Blow-Out Sale WOIK BY APPOIIITMEIITS ONLY CARS AS. LOW AS 2,887.00 1 f $500 DISCOUNT ON ALL MODELS WITH THIS AU I_--------------11 Tllll Tl Perllnn DnMan Show In Clearwater After a successful run in Las Vegas and on Broadway box ing legend Mike Tyson is taking his one-man sta,ge show on the road and will MIKE TYSON stop in the Tampa Bay area next spring. The former heavyweight boxing champion of the world will perform "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth" at Clearwater's Ruth Eckerd Hall onApril17. Tickets to the show, priced at $so, $75 and $100, will go on sale at the Ruth Eckerd Hall ticket office, or through RuthEckerdHall.com, on Dec. 8. The show, directed by film director Spike Lee, promises a glimpse into the personal life and mind of Tyson, who became the youngest undisputed heavyweight champ of all time, before having his career derailed by a rape con viction and prison sentence. Eagles lose Receiver Jackson TolnJurv PHILADEL PHIA -The Philadelphia Eagles will place wide receiver De Sean Jackson on injured reserve after he sustained multjple rib fractures in Monday night's loss to Carolina. lions' Sub Fined -saol: savs lick Not On Purpose ALLEN PARK, Mich.Ndamukong Suh's reputation for being a nasty player was born as an NFL rookie. NDAMUKONG Suh slammSUH ed two quarterbacks to the ground by grab bing their helmets two y ears ago, and his imag e became even more notorious last season when he infamously stomped on an opponent. The NFL fined Suh $30,000 on Wednesday for unnecessary roughness because he kicked Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin area. The previous day, NFL Commissioner -Roger Goodell said the league didn't suspend him because it couldn't reach a judgment on his intent. "I was dragged to the ground," Suh said. "A lot of things happen to me. "It's part of the game." Upton Heading To Atlanta After seasons of being offered 1-year contracts and no long deal, former Tampa Bay Rays center field er, Melvin Emanuel "B. J." Upton, is heading to Atlanta to join the Braves. Upton's deal is reported to be $75. 25 million over/ 5 years, the largest free agent contract awarded by the Braves. The contract is pendUpton passing a physical. Upton had turned down a $13.3 million, one-year offer from the Rays in October, because he sought a more. lucrative long-term deal. He will receive an average of $15.5 million a year over the life of the contract. As compensation, the Rays will get a pick in June's draft that will come between the first and second rounds. Upton is expected to replace Michael Bourn in center field for the Braves. Other than the Braves, the Philadelphia Phillies had shown interest in Upton. The Rays accepted the fact they couldn't compete with Upton on the open market, just as they had with left fielder, B.J.UPTON Carl Crawford after the 2010 season. The qualifying offer was made to make sure the Rays would get a compen satory draft pick. Upton was the only center fielder in Major League Baseball to play at least 144 games each year over the past five years, and was the longest tenured Ray at the end of the season. Upton was the second over all pick in the June 2002 draft and was projected to be the. Ray's shortstop of the future. He turned 28 in August. Upton leaves the Rays as the organization's all-time leader in walks (430) and strikeouts (1,020). Bonds, Clemens, Sosa Set To Appear On Hall Ballot Barry Bonds is baseball's all-time home runs leader with 762 and won a record seven MVP awards. NEW YORK -Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa are set to show up on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time, and fans will soon find out whether drug allegations block the former stars from reaching baseball s shrine The 2013 ballot will be announced Wednesday. Craig Biggio, Mike Piazza and Curt Schilling are certain to be among the other first-time eligibles. Jack Morris, Jeff Bagwell and Tim Raines are the top holdover candidates. Longtime members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America will vote through next month. The much-await ed results will be announced Jan. 9, with players needing to be listed on 75 percent of the ballots to gain induction. Bonds is baseball's all time home runs leader with 762 and won a record seven MVP awards. Clemens ranks ninth in career wins with 354 and took home a record seven Cy. Young Awards. Sosa is eighth on the home run chart with 609. NFL Star Rob Gronkowksi Buvs $1.&M Tampa Mansion New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski-may be out with a broken arm, but he may be recovering in the Tampa Bay area after purchasing a $1.6 million home. The NFL superstar recently signed a deal on the home, just a few months after sign ing a $54 million dollar extension contract with the Patriots. The four-bedroom, five ROB GRONKOWSKI bath mansion has custom fish tanks, surround sound an infinity pool, spa and water views.

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Sports 5lack College Football Bucs Hit The Road To 'cats Can't Catch Coastal Carolina Face The Broncos BY TED TAYLOR This week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wilf be packing their cold-weather gear for a visit to the mile-high city of Denver. They will be facing off against the Peyton Manning led Denver Broncos, who have taken command of the AFC West. The (6-5), are coming off a 1-point loss to the NFC South Division lead ing Falcons, and will be without the services of cor nerback Eric Wright, who has been suspended for four games for alleged use of performance enhancing substances. The Bucs also put often injured offensive lineman, Jeremy Trueblood, on injured reserve, probably end ing his career in Tampa. Trueblood, 29, was in the final year of a two-year-, $10 million contract and will be an unrestricted free agent in the spring. The Bucs also put safety Cody Grimm on injured reserve and clairp.ed receiver/returner David Gilreath off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Other roster moves by the ERIC WRIGHT Bucs was the release of guard Christ Scott from the prac tice squad, and his place being taken by safety Sean Baker. The Bucs also resigned guard/tackle Derek Hardman to the team's 53man roster. On Sunday, the Buccaneer defense will be facing the league's hottest quarterback in Manning, and at the same time trying to keep pace in the NFCSouth. The Bucs are currently in second place, 4 games behind the 10-1 Atlanta Falcons, who have a game Sunday against NFC South foe, the New Orleans Saints. Sunday's game will be tele vised at 4:05 p. m. The early season magic of falling behind then catching up to the opponent didn't work for Bethune-Cookman University on Saturday afternoon in Daytona in the first round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The Wildcats spptted Coastal Carolina a 24-point lead and the comeback fell short as they lost 24-14, before a home crowd of 5.465. The game was scoreless until early in the second quarter when Coasfal Carolina scored on a 14-yard run by running back Marcus Whitener. On its next possession, receiver Matt Hazel grabbed a 3-yard pass from quarterback Aramis Hillary for a 14-0 lead. The following possession yielded a 35-yard field goal by Alex Catron, for a 17-0 halftime advantage. Early in the fourth quarter, Coastal Carolina defensive back Johnnie Houston picked off a Brodrick Waters' pass and returned it 68 yards, down the sideline for a 24-0 lead. The 'Cats were able to Strike quickly for its points, but it was too little too late. In the middle of the fourth, former Tampa Jefferson quarterback Quentin Williams connected with receiver David Blackwell on a 74-yard bomb. At the 1:22 mark running back Isidore Jackson capped a 6 -play, So-yard drive taking 1:34, with a 10yard touchdown run. ., r 0 B-CU was able to move the ::D ball with 248 yards rushing on 43 attempts, and 0 Williams was 8 of 18 for m 215 yards. Yet, they were doomed by 10 penalties for Z 108 yards. J!! It is the second time in the m past three years the "Cats ? ha"e lost a home playoff J;; game. The 'Cats finished the :::::! season with a respectable 9Z 3 record, but greatness will not arrive until they start winning playoff games. c;; :::J: m c m < m re lnuited ..... c: m (/) c MaJor Bob Buckhorn, TMIP& Housing Aulhorlty Md 1he Bar* of America Community Development Corporation woUd li l1'lOre bt.ilc:ilgs, Trio and React These are lnlfxlrtant Encore mlestones that are essential to the planned 28-plus EneS mixed-use redEM3Iopment dslrict in Downtown Tanpa. Join us at 1he events below aswe celebrate Otl' progr&;S on Encore and the llMt.allation of Oll' Center Cityl Gra1d Opening Celablalion: aaatEncote December 12, 2012 at 11 a.m. 1210 Chartes 8otJfMid Groundlnaldngs: Trto at Encore Oeoember 4, 2012 at 10 a.m. Cass Street ll1d Rork:la 33602 Reed at Enccn Oeoember 18, 2012 at Noon Cass Street ll1d Nel:nlska AVfnl8 Florida 33602 RSVP to latoya.carteeOihaft.com Iii Housing ftuthoritq & DOWNTOWN'S tEMPO DISTRICT ?< ,.. z c ., c ?< C) m U1 ,..

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N Entertainment 0 (") a: w m :E w TVIer Perrv sued For llleaedlv Stealing Deeds' Plot > Tyler Perry is being sued for allegedly committing a a Author Donald, 0: who wrote under the pen LL name "TLO RED' ness," is suing Perry in a federal court, claiming he stole the plot for his 2012 movie Good Deeds from her book. Donald alleges the Madea director based Good Deeds on her 2007 novel Bad Apples Can Be Good Fruit. The official lawsuit states that DonBid sent Perry a copy of her book years before production on his film began. ThedescriptionofBadApples Can Be Good Fruit does reveal striking similarities to Perry's film. Donald is seeking $225,000 in damages and also an injunction requiring Tyler Perry Studios to add a credit for her book to the .opening and closing credits for Good Deeds. Perry's film earned $35 million at the box office after its February release and starred Thandie Newton, Gabrielle Union; Phylicia Rashad and Beverly Johnson. 0 u. Q z > m :;) .... > a: w > w Q w x U) ::J m :;) D. Whlblev Houston's Daughter BobDI Kristina Chad In Ga. Accident ALPHARETIA, GAPo..: lice say the daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brown was cited in a car accident in a northern Atlanta suburb. Officers Wednesday morning responded to a call about a black Chevrolet Camaro that slid off the road and landed in a ditch in Alpharetta. They found 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown standing beside her damaged under the influence of drugs or alcohol. z i= w ..J car near her home. No injuries were reported. Police cited Brown for failing to maintain her lane. S Police say Brown lost m control and was not driving ..J w z ----------------------------------------Q a: 0 ..J u. *ALL PRO REFERRAL* "WHERE THE PROS ARE" w States That You FoR LosT wAGEs AND ileifit.:AL ILl ...... Wlzlhalna Tweets That He 'Bought A Jar WIZKHALIFA Rapper Wiz Khalifa had enough of plane delays so he bought a jet, according to Twitter. The Pittsburgh native went on somewhat of a Twitter rant about waiting for his flight and being fed up. "Sed [sic] fu** it and bought the jet," Khalifa tweeted. His post included a picture from Instagram of him and his entourage_ all boarding the plane. Birdman Plans Te Release1oo Albums ln1 Year BIRDMAN Rapper and entrepreneur Birdman recently celebrated selling over half a billion records with Cash Records. Yet he considers this feat as just a stepping stone to the next goal: selling 100 albums in 1 calendar year. Birdman has 48 acts under his umbrella and wants to keep the records coming out. uThe Voice of-Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 Kan Williams Leads Officers on A Chase In A can Am Motorcvcle KA'IT WILLIAMS Katt Williams is in trou ble with the law again. After he was arrested on November 14th after an alleged night club fight in Oakland, Calif., Katt led police officers on a bizarre chase. After police officers were called to a Hyatt after it was reported that Williams was disturbing the peace, Williams was spotted driv ing a Can Am (a threewheeled motorcycle) on a sidewalk. Driving through, he was said to have almost hit five pedestrians. According to reports, Capi tol Protection Officers had flashed their lights for him to stop. Williams then was said to have taken his helmet off, turned to .the officer and said "I'm not going to stop." The comedian wasn't cited for his actions, even though he ran several more red lights after the incident. Kevin Clash Faces 3rd Alleaauon 01 Sex WD Underage Teen: Accuser Plans Book Former Sesame Street pup peteer Kevin Clash is in the hot seat yet again A third man has come forward claiming he had sex with the performer behind Elmo when he was just-16years old. The new accuser plans to file a lawsuit in court against Clash and is reportedly plan ning to write a book (with ex cerpts being released early) about his relationship with Clash. KEVIN CLASH america's Next Top Model' Judge Rob bans Surrenders To Police America's Next Top Model judge Rob Evans went to see his lawyer after he found out that there was a warrant issued for his arrest, because of a fight that occurred in On Wednesday morning, Evans walked in to Beverly Hills police department to turn himself in. He had a felony assault charge and was released 20 minutes later, after posting bail of $6o,ooo. The British-born model was only recently aware of the warrant being issued. Sources close to Evans say the victim allegedly trash talked Evans then reared as ROB EVANS if to strike. They insist Evans' response was in self defense.

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Entertainment Rihanna's Album aao Talir aevance Hits No. 11n U.K. ...*ee-.r In Februarv i While Rihanna's "Un apologetic" debuted at No. 1 on the U.K. album chart. Singles-wise, English pop hitmaker Oily Murs up staged Girls Aloud's re union by beating them to No. 1 with 'Troublemaker" fea turing Flo Rida. Her "Unapologetic" album open s atop the Billboard 200, selling 238,ooo copies in its RIHANNA first week according to Nielsen SoundScan. aReal Housewives 01 Atlanta' Star Developing Show Similar To 1op Model' Kenya Moore is steam ing things up on season 5 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The actress, producer, and beauty queen started out this season trying to play nice, but has already been dubbed by many as the mean girl of the cast. Moore told reporters that she hopes to soon star along side her RHOA cast member NeNe Leakes, in a film which she has in the works. The Detroit native, who currently heads up Moore Vi sion Media, an independent production company, also has her eyes set on a producing a reality competition similar to Tyra Banks' America's Next Top Model. "I Love what KENYA MOORE Tyra is doing. I have a televi sion show in development that's similar to that, but it's based in the pageant world," Moore revealed. Halle Berrv's Ex savs He was Threatened Before Fight GABRIEL AUBRYVS. OLIVIER MARTINEZ AND HALLE BERRY LOS ANGELES -Halle Berry's ex-boyfriend claims the actress's fiance threatened to kill him during a con frontation that left him with a broken rib, bruised face and under arrest. Gabriel Aubry's claims are included in court filings that led a judge Monday to grant a restraining order against actor Olivier Martinez, who is engaged to the Oscar-winning actress. Aubry, 37, was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery after his confrontation with Martinez on Thursday, but he states in the civil court filings that he was not the aggressor and that he was threatened and attacked without provoca tion. Martinez told police that Aubry had attacked first, the filings state. A representative for Martinez could not be immedi ately reached for comment. NICKI MINAJ vs. STEVEN mER Nicki Minaj's Idol" feuds are expanding. The newly-minted "Idol" judge, whose reported clashes with fellow judge Mariah Carey have already made headlines, is firing back at for mer "Idol" judge Steven Tyler after he made comments that the Young Money rapper/singer is deeming is getting personal. HBO announced Monday that a documentary about the Grammy-winning singer will debut Feb. 16, Beyonce is directing the film, which will include footage she shot herself with her laptop. The network said the doc umentary will include "video that provides raw, unprece dented access to the private entertainment icon and high voltage performances." It will also feature home videos of BEYONCE her family and of the singer as a new Mother and owner of her company, Parkwood Entertainment. "racist." In an interview with M1V News, Tyler suggested that Minaj and Carey "Shut the f--up," and continued, "They should have something going on so thick and beautiful that they can lay it over the new ta lent that's trying to birth itself: lindsav lohan Arrested It needs to be birthed, not judged by 'entertainment' fac tors. It needs to be judged by people that [are] honest, true, that have the 'it' factor. Not the 'it' factor because they can fight. 'Pie f--is that all about?" Actress Lindsay Lohan was arrested outside a popu lar Chelsea nightclub early Thursday and charged with misdemeanor assault after striking a female patron in the face, New York City police said. Police characterized the injuries inflicted by Lohan in the alleged incident as "min or." Hennessy YS Goose, Ciroc -All FlaYOrsGrey Goose, Ciroc Courvoisier VS $499! Sea grain Gin/Vodka New Amsterdam Gin/Vodka LINDSAY LOHAN MON-THURS lPM-1 fRI-SAl12P Kinky Hypnotiq Courvoisier 99 Remy YS S2299 $1899 Hennessy *12 af 200 ML 1.75 s ..,; l __.Goodlime Uquor : _.-KANE Fur1iture Hillsborough Ave. Hanllotk Casiaa :a

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N o funerals/Memoriams '"' rn. Nathan Best, Jr., Kelly Best, 0: The family and fiiends are Jr. (Ann), Kyle Best, Rashad asked to meet at the cemetery Saleem (Debbie), Cleveland, MEMORIAM :::E for the service on Saturday. OH, Tray Best, Bryan Best and W AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Brandon Best, all of Edgefield, 0> SC, and Joseph Best, Jr. (Kar-licha) of Columbus, SC; special friends, Christine Stephens, ;( Roscoe Green, Leroy Mitchell C and Bernard Mitchell; special 0: great nieces, Tolana Mathis U. and Wankita Mathis-Hardrick; c a: u. c z c( c en w ::::) .... rt w [ij c w :::c en ::::J m ::::) a. z ffi _. _. ::: m _. w z j: z w en a: 0 _. u. <( I co .,... MRS. MARS:aALL ADELA NElSON Homegoing services fol" Mrs. Marshall Nelson of Tampa, who passed away Monday, November 19, 2012, will be held Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, with Rev. Michael Neely, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Marshall Adela Nelson, 85 (Palm River section in Tampa), passed in her sleep November 19, 2012, after excellent long term care at The Consulate Healthcare Facility in Brandon, FL. She was preceded in death by: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah and Alice Porter; brothers, Mr. Mammon Porter, Mr. David Porter and Mr. Charlie Porter; sisters, Mrs. Mary Francis Lamar and Mrs. Addie Bell Erving; and grandchild, Mr. Shyrone Nelson, are all forever remembered. She was born February 11, 1927, in Sasser, Georgia, 14 miles NW of Albany, Georgia, one of seven children. She is survived by: her seven sons, Mr. Willie Nelson, Jr. (Tampa), Mr. Arthur Lee Nelson (Tampa), Mr. Isaiah Nelson and wife, Fumiko (Tampa), Mr. Theodis R. Nelson (Tampa), Mr. Emmett J. Nelson {Tampa), Mr. Leroy Marshall Nelson and wife, Linda (Yorktown, VA), and Willie Tootsie Nelson and wife, Milrinette (Atlanta, GA); sister, Mrs. Catherine English of Palm River; sister-in-law, Mrs. Betsy Porter (Tampa); grandchildren, Mrs. Lisa Hall (Tampa), Mrs. Vamecia Nelson -(Tampa), Mrs. Lakeshia Nelson (Tampa), Mr. Leroy Nelson, Jr. (Yorktown, VA), Mr. Joseph Nelson (Yorktown, VA), Miss Alice Nelson (Brandon, FL), Mr. Isaiah Nelson (Atlanta, GA), Mr.. Kevin Hughes (Tampa), Mrs. Zarkissa Nelson (Wimauma, FL), Mr. Keenis Copeland, (Tampa), Mrs. Chedinia Allison (Tampa), and Jason A. Nelson (Alabama); nephews and nieces, Mrs. Mary Alice Homer, Mrs. Mattie James, Mrs. Nettie Mae Dennis, Mr. David Porter, Jr., Mr. Charles Porter, M .rs. Betty Warren, Mrs. Minnie Jewel Davis, Mrs. Betsy Carridaine, Mrs. Nadine Williams, Mrs. Addie Johnson, Mr. Marvin Porter, Mr. RusseU Porter, and Mr. Louis Neal Hill (Lakeland, FL). Marshall Nelson lived in Tampa, for more than fifty five years and has a large family of great grandchildren and fiiends throughout the community. Special acknowledgement to Barbara Copeland, Betty Warren and Mary Marshall for their help and concern during this and other times throughout the years. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Horne on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 5-8 p. rn. The family will re-MRS.IDELL STARLING (NUCKIE) Homegoing services was Mrs. Idell Starling (Nuckie) of Tampa, who passed away Wednesday, November 21, 2012, will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 2:30 p. rn. at Greater New Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, with Rev. Madison Murray,pastor,officiating.Interment will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. I dell was born on August 16, 1928, in Cairo, Georgia, to Ho race and Fannie Spearman. She had twelve siblings and was married to Willie C. Star ling for 65 years. Idell was a member of New Bryant Baptist Church in Lake-land, Georgia. Idell and her husband, Wtllie moved to Tampa, in 1955 During her time of illness, Willie stood faithfully by her side, he was always there. Idell worked a8 a Home Health Aide for over 40 years providing special care to all her patients. Idell was known for her firm words of encouragement, "Don't let things worry you, life is too short for foolishness." I dell was the last of her siblings to go home to be with the Lord. She loved working with her flowers and collecting clocks. Her words of wisdom were "give me my flowers, while I live," will forever be an example for us all to follow. "Love me while you have me, one day I'll be gone horne," I dell has now passed the torch and we must carry on--as she always said, "The Lord will make a way." Idell did not have any children, but she rai.sed several nieces as her own, Grace Williams who preceded her in death in 2009; and Evelyn Carter of Lakeland, GA, who was always there when she needed her and stood by her side to the end. Idell is survived by: her husband of 65 years, Willie Star ling; step-son, Adrian Smith; brother-in-law, D. James Star ling; 2 sisters-in-law, Rubye Daniels and Retha Bryant; special niece, Evelyn Carter; special nephew, Ricky McKinny; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins other relatives and fiiends. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive fiiends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. The family and fiiends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME DEACON JOHNNIE BEST Homegoing services for Deacon Johnnie Best of Tampa, who died peacefully on November 24, 2012, will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, .at 11 a. rn. at The 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, with Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Johnnie Best was born in Tampa, the son of Charlie and Ella Best who preceded him in death. He attended schools in the School District of Hillsborough County. He served as a sergeant in the United States Army and was a Korea War veteran. He retired from Portland Cement Co. Johnnie was a member of The 34th Street Church of God for 32 years and a proud member of the Deacons' Board 20 years and also a member of the Usher Board. He was also preceded in death by: son Vll'le Best; sister, Mary Lou Best; and brothers, Kelly Best, Sr., Nathan Best, Sr., Joseph Best, Sr. and James Best. He is survived by: his wife, Vivian (Carolyn) Best; four sons, Johnnie Best, Jr., Vin cent Best, Sr., Johann Best, Sr. and Giovanni Best; "devoted" daughter, Darlene Best-sampson (Leroy); two step-daughters, Latanya O'keke (Mike), and Johnnetha Harper; twenty-five grandchildren, Tiesha Wallace, lesha Slaugh ter, J'air McCarty, Mariana Coleman, Malik Sampson, Sa'mya Sampson, Jekiea Best, Ja'leyiah Best, Jolesha Best, Johann Best, Jr., Shardaye Best, Tiffany Best, Roteasha Best, ShaQella Best, Vincent Peak, India Best, Jason Rutherford, Shantel Harper, Daquan Washington, Heaven Eubanks, Jasmine Eubanks, Dontae Eubanks, Vernon Colvert, Coniethia Eleon. and Khlaysha Allen; three great grandchildren, Omarie Bowers, Carliea Brown and Michael Best; brother, David Best (Deannie); three sisters, Charlie Mae Mathis, Doris Tolliver, Cleveland, Ohio and Vernell Clovesko (Dr. Joseph), Pepper Pike, Ohio; four sisters-in-law, Mary Best, Ernestine Best and Lula Best of Edgefield, SC, and Lois Green (Billy); brother-in-law, Willie Kneece; thirteen nieces, "devoted and favorite," Lyndia Mathis-Hills (Audley), Olivian Mathis, Atlanta, GA, Evangelist Kathleen Ransom, Betty Gaines (Dave), Jewell BestJordan (Henry), Gwen Damon (Willie), Wendy Tolliver, Cleveland, OH, Ellen Tolliver, Cleveland, OH, Dr. Bonita Best-Coppedge (Keith), Washington, DC, Davina Best, Ursula Best, Carrie Best (Lanier), and Candice Best, all of Edgefield, SC; ten nephews, Dan Mathis Jr. (Salithia), Lawrence Mathis, Sr. (Char-and a host of great nieces, great nephews, cousins and other loving family and fiiends. The family is especially grateful to Lyndia Mathis-Hills for her years of care and devotion to Johnnie. The visitation will be held at Aikens Funeral Horne on Fri day, November 30, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive fiiends from 6-7 p. m. The family and fiiends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME AUBREYL. OWENS, SR. It's been three years siiice God called you home. We love and miss you here, but know that we will all be together one day. So, you are remembered today and always. Love, wife and family. ALFRED OLIVER Happy birthday! Your presence is missed, your memory treasured, loving you always, forgetting you never. Forever, your family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JEFF WILUAMS Decembert Today, we celebrate the birthday of Jeff Williams. To be absent fiom the body is to be present with Christ. "Gone, but not forgotten." We love you, Pop. From, you wife, children, family and fiiends. IN LOVING MEMORY IENDLESS lOVU DEACON EUGENE MAYS 1955-2011 "If I went to heaven you are there, if I lay down in the world of the dead, you would be there." PSALM 139:8. THE BROKEN CHAIN My, My, Eugene, it has been a year. I didn't know the evening of December 1, 2011, God was going to call your name. In life, I loved you dearly, in death I do the same. It broke my heart to lose you, and you did not go alone, for part of me went with you, the day God called you home. You left me beautiful memories, your love is still my guide and though we cannot see you, I feel you always at my side. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the family chain will link again. Your loving wife, Sheila; daughter, Katrina; grandchildren, Javtavis and Kenny; the family of the Mays, Newsome, Jennings, Sams, Barner and the Woodland's neighborhood.

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Funerals :a ing the power of Biblical unity, .:< Jackson MR. RAYFORD EDWARD JOHNSON Homegoing celebration Mr. Rayford Edward Johnson, who passed away November 18, 2012, will be held Saturday De cember t 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Dr. T W. Jenkins, pastor. Interment at Rest Haven Memorial Ceme tery. Mr. Rayford Edward John son was born to the late Oscar Johnson and Arrie Johnson in Sylvester, GA, (Worth County) on November 21, 1947 Rayford came to Tampa, at the early age of six and was ed ucated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He later went on to join the Army in 1968, and served two years as a Military Policeman. He then met his beautiful wife, Ann Copeland. Rayford, after serving his country, returned home and joined New Salem Primitive Baptist Church where he bap tized. He later went on to join Brown Memorial COGIC Church. Rayford retired from CSX Railroad after 30 years of serv ice as a machinist supervisor. He was preceded in death by: his loving wife, Ann C. Johnson; sister, Ms. Sandra Cousin; aunts, Ms. Ollie Fra zier and Ms. Eddie Mae Smith; and nephew Arnold Cousin. He leaves to cherish his memory: his daughters, Ms. Angela Johnson, Ms. Alaina Thomas and Ms. Alyssa John son; and grandchildren, Rashaad Thomas, Amani Johnson and Zion Turner, all of Atlanta, GA. He also leaves: his mother, M s Arrie and her husband, "Pop" Leonard Hart; brother, Anthony Johnson of Tampa; sister, Linda Edwards and family of Brooklyn, NY; a niece, Pamela Cousin; two nephews, Derrick and Ter rance Cousin; great nephew, Jackson Cousin; and his uncle, Frank Hart all o f Tampa. He also leaves: his aunt, Emma Burch of Lakeland, FL; cousins, Mable Stubbs and family of Winter Haven, FL, Christine McClendon and the Shannon family of Tampa, Edna Carl, Joy, Michael and Trina Chambers family of Tampa, and Louise and the Chambers family of Sylvester, GA ; also good friend, Melvin Hamilton; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Special acknowledgement to Rachelle Cousin. We love you Bo-Jack and we will talk to you later. Visitation will be held No vember 30, 2012, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, from 6 8 p m. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. A JACKSON SERVICE DEACON EDWARD LEE JOLLY Homegoing celebration for Deacon Edward Lee Jolly, who passed away in a local healthcare facility on November 21 2012, will be held Saturday, December 1, 2012, at First Bap tist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Tampa, at 11 a. m., with Rev. Evan Bur rows, pastor, offiCiating Inter ment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Edward Lee Jolly was born at Clara Frye Hospital on Jan uary 30, 1941 to Deacon James Jolly, Jr. (Jasper, GA) and Mrs. Bessie Jolly (Adele, GA). He was educated within the public school system of Hills borough County; and was an avid athlete who played foot ball and basketball. Edward graduated from Middleton Senior High School, Class of 1959 After graduation, he attended Gibbs Jr. Col lege in St. Petersburg, later transferring to Bethune-Cook roan College, his major course of study was Physical Educa tion. In 1962, he met and married Elizabeth Tucker. To this union three beautiful daugh ters were born. During his collegiate years at B-ee, Edward experienced a debilitating brain tumor. Fol lowing surgery, it took many months for him to recuperate. Twenty 'years later, after serving at J. M. Fields as a store detective, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department as an undercover deputy, and Sears Department Store as a sales associate, the tumor re turned in 1980, leaving his legally blind. A fervent leader, Edward was ordained as a Deacon on June 27, 1976, under the lead ership of Rev. W. H. Gordon, where he was able to carry out his true life' s work. Deacon Jolly thoroughly enjoyed sery ing the Lord and his people. This work included the Prison Crusade, where he avidly worked under the leadership of Rev. Abraham Brown, who was his high school football coach, lifelong mentor and friend. Deacon Jolly also con tributed many efforts towards the Florida Lighthouse of the Blind by serving on many com mittees, as to promote the vi sion of this organization. He took joy in exemplifying the seven promises each member is expected to uphold including: being committed to honor ing Jesus Christ through worship, prayer and obedience to God's Word, pursuing vital relationships with a few other men for the sake of accountability, being committed to the building of strong families throughlove,beingcommitted to supporting the mission of his church by honoring I pray ing for the pastor by giVing time and resources, being committed to reaching beyond any racial and denominational barriers thereby demonstrat-and lastly, influencing his z world by being obedient to the 0 Great Command. < Deacon Edward Jolly was m preceded in death by: his parents; and siblings, Horace Jolly, Warren Jolly, Rudolph ::D Jolly, James Jolly, Jr. (Jim), w and Jasper Jolly. s:> He is survived by: three lovI\) ing daughters, Yasmeen Michelle Jolly Leon (Leamon), II.) Cathy Terese Jolly (Calvin), and Crystal Renee Jolly (Rogers); his wife, Lue Eddie Jolly; brothers, Herbert (Root man) Jolly, and Alfonso Jolly. He also leaves behind: sis ters, Annie Mae Jolly Gray and Dorothy Jolly Watson; grand children, Ariel Stevens, Kadeem Davis, Daria Leon, Rogers Jackson, 111; Malik Davis, Leamon Leon, Jr., Makeda Leon and Mina Leon; great grandchildren, Kalysia Davis, Khalil Davis and Kameron Davis; sisters-in-law, Cynthia, Marion, Barbara, Ruby and British; nieces and nephews, Horacene Jolly, Glory Jolly, Rickey Warren (Debra), Javis Brown, British Gray, Sylvester Watson, An gela Watson Stokes, Wanda Watson Brewer, Jerry Watson, Tony Watson (Priscilla), Ed ward Thomas (Katurah), Daryl "Gene" Thomas (Sylvia), Der rick Thomas, Michael Thomas (Velveteen), Regina Thomas, Rodney Thomas, Carlos Thomas (Vielka), Ronald Jolly, Clarence Jolly, Karen Jolly, Janice Jolly, Jasper Jolly, Jr., Faye Jolly, Sandra Jolly Nor wood (Jimmy), Brian Jolly (Stephanie), Adrienne Jolly Allen, Jeffery Jolly, Jennifer Jolly Owen (Kevin), Charyse Jolly, Rudolph Jolly, Jr., (Re becca), Kathy Jolly, James B. Jolly, Alphonso Jolly, Jr., Diane Jolly, James Jolly, Jr. (Melanie), Warren Jolly, Jr. and Eric Michael Jolly; cousins, Clarence Jolly and Cynthia Knox; and a host of cousins from the Anderson, Wilcox and Knox families; as well as a number of sorrowing relatives, classmates, neigh bors .and friends. The also like to acknowledge with sincere ap preciation: Dad's special sons, Rechi Butler, Theodore Nic holes, Calvin Anderson lllid Leamon Leon, Sr.; and special acknowledgement to the Dea cons and Deaconess Boards and Pastoral Ministry of the First Baptist Church Of College Hill. ln lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Abe Brown Ministries, 2921 :r,J. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, (813) 247-3285. Visitation will be at First Baptist Church Of College Hill on Friday, November 30, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will form at 5909 N. 32nd Street at 10:30a.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. Arrimgements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. A JACKSON SERVICE MRS. ANNIE LEE JORDAN Mrs. Annie Lee Jordan of 2910 North t-tt' Street, passed away Monday, November 19, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, December 1 2012, at 11 a. m at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, pastor, Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, with Rev. Elliott McBride, officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Annie L. Jordan was a native ofThomasville, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for over so years. She attended the Thomas County Schools, and was a member of Pilgrims Rest M. B. Church. She was employed as a la borer at Conagra Foods. She wa5 preceded in death by: her parents, Coley and Mal isa Williams; sisters, Hattie Mae Glenn and Betty Mills; and brothers, James Williams and ND Williams. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Nathaniel Jordan of Tampa; three children, Laverne Hansell (Mark), Debra John son and Tracy Jordan, all of Tampa; two sisters, Jackie Cos ton of St. Petersburg, FL, and Nancy Johnson (James) of Tampa; seven grandchildren, Tasha Ratliff (Rodcy), Keyera Reeves (Derrick), Yolanda Davis Shanita Henry (LeVar), Brittany Jordan (Fuad), Ditavius Jordan and Perrisia Williams, all' of Tampa; ten great grandchildren; two stepdaughters, Beat rice Scott of Atlanta, GA, and Sherry Callaway of Savannah, GA; special cousin, Arthur Cole (Kathy) of Tampa; 2 brothersin-law, Buck Jordan and Johnny Jordan; and sister-inlaw, Mae Frances Jordan, all of Thomasville, GA ; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Frid!lY November 30, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 MS. PATRICIA A. THOMPSON Ms. Patricia A. Thompson of Tampa, passed away peacefully Sunday, November 25, 2012, at the LifePath Hospice, located in Ruskin, FL. The homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, Decem ber t, 2012, at 11 a m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3303 North 15th Street, Tampa, with Reverend Geraldine Christopher, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born on December 13, 1945, Ms. Patricia A. Thompson was a native of Tampa and a 1963 graduate of Howard W. Blake High School. She received an Associate's Degree from Hills borough Community College, and continued her college edu cation at the .University of South Florida, majoring in Gerontology. Ms. Thompson was one of the first African American fe males to serve as a cosmetic salesperson at O'Faulks De partment Store, which was lo cated in downtown Tampa. Some of her other accom plishments included, being employed for many years at the Tampa-Hillsborough Urban League, having served as a Guidance Counselor at Hillsborough Community Col lege, Ybor Campus, and legal Secretary to former Florida As sistant Attorney General, cur rently Judge Peggy Quince, and having been employed at GTE Data Services. r 0 en m z :::! z m r m c r r z ., c m r c;; J: m c A lifelong member of Tyer Temple UMC, she served on m several committees and auxilj'i iaries. She was a member of ::D< the Tampa Chapter of the Cupi dettes Clubs, Inc. and an active -t member of the Howard W. ffi Blake Class of 1963 Reunion en Committee. C She leaves to mourn her passing with cherished and loving memories: two loving l> and devoted daughters, Wanda Thompson York and Linda Thompson-Hill Archie; 'four grandsons, Douglas Archie, C III, Lance Archie, Armani Lubin, and Dillon Archie; -< granddaughter, Diamond Archie; sister, Shirley Thomp-son; brother, Joseph McFad-den (Evelyn); sisters-in-law, John Inez Cohen (Waldence), and Melanie Martin; brothersin-law, Randy Wyatt Martin, Hugh Gilbert Martin and Blenus Martin (Mary); devoted and loving cousins, Cynthia Flowers, Mae bell Knight (Jacob), and Mercedes Copeland; dedicated friend, Connie Aikens; and numerous other loving cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 30, 2012, at Ray Williams Fu neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church for the service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, oWners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com

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funerals/Memoriams g a: w m ::::E w z ).;' -it II. Wilson MS. JOSIE LEE KIRBY A memorial celebration for Ms. Josie Lee Kirby, who passed away on Thursday, November 22, 2012, at Tampa General Hospital, will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Tampa, with the pastor, Rev. Madison Murray, officiating. Ms. Josie Lee Kirby was born June 7, 1926, in Jasper, FL, to the parentage of Mr. and Mr. Lucious (Julie White) Hampton. She was employed as a Fos ter Grandparent for many C years. Ms. Kirby moved to the it Tampa area at an early age. II. She was a member of New Greater Friendship Missionary c( Baptist Church. >To meet her on her journey ic( will be: her husband, Will C Kirby, Sr.; son, Rev. Well f3 Kirby, Jr.; sister, Mary Lee 2 Padgett; brother-in-law, rGeorge Padgett; brother, Al ii: bert Hampton; and aunt, W Dorothy Lesmond. > She leaves behind to cherW ish precious memories with: C daughter, Joe Ann Robinson; W son, George Kirby, Sr. and i wife, Patricia; granddaughters, :::1 Carmen Robinson, Cheyenne 1D Robinson, Josie Kirby, Isis ::) Barton, Roberta Washington, D. Ann Williams and Jaquan Z Stone; grandsons, Michael i=W Robinson, Tyrone Robinson, ..I and George Kirby, Jr.; great ...1 grandsons, La'Mar Robinson, ::l La'Will Robinson and La'Sean ID Robinson; great grandson, ..I La'Trell Porter; great grand daughter, Laquisha Keys; i= cousins, Mrs. Mattie Murray z and husband, Rev. Macij.son W Murray, Mr. Amos Neely and 0 wife of Tampa, and Mrs. Dean ca:0 Curry of Jasper, FL; goddaugh-ter, Yolanda and Sean Hill of it Irving, Texas; devoted friends, g Mrs. Alice Holley, Mary Fai11. son, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, and Deacon Cannon and wife; and a host of nieces and nephews from Miami, FL, and other relatives and friends. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com MR. SIDNEY LEE 'SPOOKY' NEWSOME Funeral service for Mr. Sid ney Lee "Spooky" Newsome who passed away on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 12:00 noon at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Rev. Bryant A. Faison, pastor of Bethel AME Church, St. Petersburg, Florida officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Newsome was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Annie Newsome; brother, Cornelius Newsome and sister, Barbara Newsome. He leaves to mourn his passing a devoted and life time, companion, Jennifer Williams; sons, Jermaine Williams and Herman Williams; grandchildren, Hermecia Williams, Herman Williams, Jr. and Jermaine Williams, Jr.; sisters, Otella Edwards, Tamp, and Lula Bell Moore, Cordele, GA; brothers, Howard Newsome, Jr. (Earnestine), Cordele, GA, Lee Newsome, James Newsome, Tampa and Murray Newsome, Clearwater, Florida; uncles and aunts, Olin Dean Newsome (Mildred), Tampa, James Wilson and wife, Americus, GA, Willie (Louise) Wilson, Tampa, Reba Wilson, Tampa, Annie Maude S"utton, Warner Robins, GA, and Ocie Holmes, Chicago, IL; nieces and nephews, Neal, Beverly, Gloria Ann, Tyrone, Nathaniel, Shani, Arri Christian, Tamesha, Kanika Aaron, DeMarcus, Kendra and a host of great nieces, nephews and cousins; other special people, Robert "Pete" Edwards, Michelle Griffin and family and Johnnie C. Wilson; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Americus, Georgia Mr. Sidney Lee "Spooky" Newsome was born on September 17, 1957 to the parentage of Howard and Annie Lee Newsome One of eight siblings, "Spooky" grew up in his ative and adolescent years In Tampa. He attended the local public schools and was known to work at a moments notice to help various members of the family. His remains will repose on Friday, November 30, 2012 at Wilson Funeral Home from 5!00 9:00 p.m. and the family will receive friends in the chapel from 6-7 p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home on Sat urday at approximately 11:45 a.m. for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com MR. MARCUS LAQUAN GILYARD A celebration of life for Mr. Marcus Laquan Gilyard, who passed away on Tuesday, November 20, 2012, in a local hospital, will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Rev. W. D. Sims, officiating. Cremation will follow. He was preceded in death by his sister, Keschia Jefferies. Mr. Gilyard leaves tocherish precious memories of him with: his mother, Deidra Jefferies Barlow and husband, Lawrence; father, Lewis Gilyard, Jr.; five brothers, Lewis Gilyard, Marquis Gilyard, Anthony Jefferies, Jermaine Gilyard and Jermal Gilyard; sister, Yvette Barlow; grandfather, Archie Jefferies and wife, Regina; grandmother, Rebecca Gilyard; aunts, Sharnee Johnson and Marcey Carter-Graham and husband, Leon; uncles; Alphonso Sharp, Delonzo Sharp, Jerome Jeffe.ries and wife, Odella, David Gilyard, Tyrone Gilyard and Cyrus Gilyard; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Gilyard lived here for a short time. before moving with his family to Palatka, FL. He attended school in Palatka, FL, and returned to Tampa in 2002, where he continued attending the local schools in Hillsborough County. The remains will repose on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 5-9 p. m. at the funeral home. Friends are asked to assem at the funeral home on Sat urday at approximately 1:45 p.m. for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com CARD OF THANKS MARY A. WILLIAMS The family of the late Mary A. Williams would like to extend our appreciation to all that made the homegoing services of our loved one a pleasant one. Special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home, The Florida Sentinel, Mt. Pleasant Church and Pastor Kirkland. We love you and God bless you all. The Williams and Green famil IN MEMORIAM LARNE'IT PYE Memories of you are always with us. Love: your mother, Sonja Bexley; siblings, Mario, Jr., Sonja, Katrina and Troy; and family. IN LOVING MEMORY J MR. CARTER E. REED, JR. 7/19/1982-12/02/2011 If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, we would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again. Our hearts still ache in sadness and secret tears still flow, what it meant to lose you no one will ever know. You're gone, but not forgotten. "Our Sunshine." Love: your sister, Erika; nieces, Kayia and Kyla; nephew, William, IV; family and friends. IN MEMORIAM JAMES N. SIMMONS, SR. August 15, 1949 -November 29, 2010 Two years now have passed, pleasant memories and fun times are always remembered. Loved and missed by: your wife, Evelyn; children, grands, great grands, family and friends. HOM (,OING Cemdety Space Luxury Lmot.asb Melal20ga. Casket Shopper's Discount 813 626 8600 Tam Florida 33610 CELEBR/\TION Cremation Funeral }lb)4odbw!Eaniih Shopper'$ Discount

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Death Announcements National Death Announcements WILLIAM B. WARMACK A memorial service will be held for Mr. William B. Warmack, who passed away on Thursday, November 23, 2012. The service will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Pleasant Chapel AME Church, 2615 E Chipco. Fl If 0 d dO d 1.. I, 1 (. \ 2708 E. Dr. Martin luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 (813) 232-8725 (813) 231-0521 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family we Are The Key To A Fine And Quali Service" SARAH REED Ms. Sarah Reed of 4122 Fig Street, Tampa, 33609, was born on November 18, 1932, and passed away on November 20, 2012 at Melech Hospice LifePath. She is survived by 3 sons and 4 daughters. The service for Ms. Sarah Reed will be held Saturday, December 1, 2012, at 11 a.m. at Westshore Baptist Church, 305 N. Manhattan Avenue, Tampa, 33609, (813) 2899038. Viewing will be held at Westshore Baptist Church on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 4-6 p. m. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME in charge. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is imponant to you, and you don't deserve tQ be rushed. FUNERAL HOME ml N 29th St Tampa, R-33600 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 WNN.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne l Bright Manager Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In Missouri, Arizona. nie winning numbers for the record Powerball jack pot were drawn Wednesday night The numbers are 5, 16, 22, 23, 29 and Powerball 6. The jackpot rose to $579.9 million by the time of the drawing. The richest Powerball jackpot ever -and the sec ond-largest top prize in U.S. lottery history has been won. The question now be comes: Who are the lucky winners waking up to new lives as multimillionaires? Powerball officials said early Thursday morning that tickets sold in Arizona and Missouri matched all six numbers to win the record $579.9 million m S:. OJ m :xJ pot. c.J The numbers drawn 9 1\) Wednesday night were: 5, o ... 16, 22, 23, 29 and Powerball ....., of6. Eavut Coon Sentences 8 To Death Over Prophet Film CAIRO, EGYPT -An Egyptian court convicted in absentia Wednesday seven Egyptian Coptic Christians and a Florida-based Ameri can pastor, Terry Jones, sentencing them to death on charges linked to an anti-Islam film that had sparked riots in parts of the Muslim world. The case was seen as largely symbolic because the defendants, most of whom live in the United TERRY JONES States, are all outside Egypt and are thus unlikely to ever face the sentence The charges were brought in September during a wave of public outrage in Egypt over the amateur film which was produced by an Egyptian-American Copt. During the trial, the court reviewed several videos of the defendants, especially a video of Pastor Terry Jones burning the Qu\-an, Islam s Holy Book. All the defendants, except Jones, hold Egyptian nationality. ., g en m z -f Shocked Parents learn About Daughter's Death On Facebook z m r-m c: r r-GEORGIA -A Valdosta State University freshman's parents are distraught after finding out about her death on Facebook. Jasmine Benjamin, 17, was found dead in her dorm's common study room area. Valdosta Police did not suspect foul play at first, but the case has since turned into a homicide in vestigation because of sus picions that her body was moved. Jasmine Benjamin, 17, a nursing student at Valdosta State University. Benjamin's mother, Judith, and her stepfather, James, told the local sta tion that university officials never notified them about their daughter's death. In stead, they learned about it from a friend's Facebook post. James said police told him her death went unno ticed for 12 hours because her fellow students thought she was just sleeping on the study room couch z "tt c: m r-c;; :::t m c m < m -f c: m en c )lo z c ., White Man Kills Black Florida Teen Over Loud Music :!! c JACKSONVILLE, FL Jacksonville resident Michael Dunn, 45, is sus pected of killing Jordan Davis, 17, after shooting into the SUV carrying the teen. Dunn and his girlfriend were reportedly returning from his son's wedding when they pulled into Gate Gas Station Davis and several other teens (two 17-year-olds and an 18 year-old) were sitting in an SUv playing music. Dunn, apparently had a problem with the volume, told the teens to turn the music down, leading him and Davis who was sit ting in the backseat -to MICHEAL DUNN killed JORDAN DAVIS exchange words. Dunn produced a weapon and began firing into the vehi cle. Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old Wolfson High School student, was shot a couple of times, police said. Investigators said Dunn's girlfriend had gone into the store to buy G') something at the time and m was inside when the shooting happened. )>

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Crime 0 (f) a: w m :E w > 0 z Man And His Nephew Arrested For Running 21-Year ).;' ic( Dog Fighting Operation c [ On Tuesday, officials "with Hillsborough County Animal Control along with Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested two men for running a 20year dog fighting operation in Seffner. Animal Control spokes person, Marti Ryan, said they received a tip about the operation, and acted immediately. "The call we received was about dogs with injuries or dead on the property. Prior to that call, we hadn't received any complaints." Ryan said they recov-ered 7 dogs from the property at 6846 Stark C Road, in various medical fE conditions. She said some c of the dogs were in pretty Z good shape, but were c( being bound by chains weighing more than 25 pounds each. W These people bait the animals by teaching them as puppies to attack each w other," said Ryan. "One of the dogs was 0 being used exclusively as a w breeder. They were all m mostly pit bulls." :::i Vannie Franklin, 55, and his nephew, Russell 11. Franklin, 41, were arrested and charged with ti various animal cruelty :j and baiting animal :::: charges. Vannie's bond m is set at $57,500, and uj Russell's bond is set at z $14,000. !z According to records, w Vannie Fr8nklin hadn't been arrested. in c Hillsborough County prior [ to this incident. However, g Russell Franklin had "been arrested 29 times, dating back to 1995, on charges ranging from marijuana possession to carrying a concealed weapon. Ryan said Vannie Franklin told investigators he had probably buried over 100 dogs over the past 20 years on the property. "What we've found so far doesn't verify that. We found drugs and weapons on the property, and for tunately none of the dogs needed to be euthanized. We also haven't determined if the dead animals c( were tortured or just fought to qeath. "I found it very unnervw ing how Vannie i Franklin acted about the VANNIE FRANKLIN Showed no remorse is how authorities found one of the dogs when they arnved. situation. He spoke about tlie incident without any remorse for the animals, and was very open and cavalier about the laws he's broken, and the suf fering of the animals. He acted as if it was all a nat ural thing." Ryan said as investigators were arresting the two men, a relative appeared and said she had warned them to stop the activity. "The relative made ref erence to Michael Vick, and told them if Vick couldn't get away with it, what made them think they could? "What we learned was that the abuse and death of the animals in their minds was just the cost of doing business." Ryan said the property was very isolated and the roadway leading to the property was so soft, you couldn't drive on it. "You could only go so far in a vehicle before you had to park and walk the rest of the way. The property was so isolated that peo ,Ple in the area said they were stunned about what was going on." According to the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser's web site, the property is part of the estate of Bertha Franklin. Authorities did not know her relationship with the two men, or if she was the family member who arrived during the arrests. Ryan said Animal Con.trol will petition the court for custody of the animals, and make a request that Vannie Franklin not be allowed to own dogs again. After that, they will proceed with the criminal phase. $1Uihl. In Theft II laptopS Surveillance photo of three people in the theft of two laptop computers. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is asking for help in locating three people suspected of stealing two laptop computers. Deputies said on October 2oth, two males and a female entered the Best Buy Store at 12675 Citrus Plaza Drive and left with two lap top computers without pay ing for them. Deputies said surveillance footage shows the laptops were concealed in the female's leopard skin purse as all three suspects fled the store. The suspects are described as a Black male, 30 to 40 years old, a Black male juve nile, 15 to 18 years old, and a Black female, 20 to 30 years old Anyone with information is asked to call (813) 2478200. Clark Fights on Robben suspect This is a surveillance photo of an armed man trying to rob the store clerk at the Mobil Mart in Valrico. Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies said on November 22nd at 7:10 a. m., a man entered the Mobil Mart, 2510 Highway 6o in Valrico, and demanded money from the clerk. Deputies said the clerk grabbed the barrel of the handgun and started wrestling with the suspect. The clerk successfully pushed the suspect out of the store. A surveillance camera captured the incident, and the suspect fled without get ting_ any money. The man is described as a Black male, 25 to 26 years old, 5'9" tall and weighjng 135pounds. The clerk was also robbed in September. UNCLE SANDY you read 5, 11,14, 19 is not alwys believed .22, 25, 29, 30 and everything believed 33 35,39, 40 18 not always what you've read 43, 48, so, 54

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Crime Former Bu.ccaneer Violates Probation On Wednesday, former Tampa B ay Buc ca neer tight end, Jerramy Stevens, was arrested for violati ng his pro b at ion when he was arrested this month on s uspi cion of assau l ting a wome n 's soccer goa lk eeper, acco rdin g to the Hillsborough County Sh e riffs Offic e Stevens, 33, is being held without bond. He was on pro bation from a 2010 arrest in Tampa for marijuana possession. He played for the Buccaneers from 2007 to 2010. Stevens was arrested weeks ago on suspicion of assaulting Hope Solo a day before their wedding. The couple reportedly married hours after a judge released Stevens during a court appearance on November 13th. Stevens had been arrested JERRAMY STEVENS November 12th for fourthdegree domestic violence, but was not charged. Investigators reported he and Solo had been in a relationship for two months when they argued over whether to live in Washington or Florida after their marriage. Man Stabbed To Death Bv Roommate over Missing Food ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police arrested a man Tuesday for fatally stab bing his roommate during an argument over missing food Police said Corey Lamont Walker, 36, and Anthony Kimball Smith, 56, both lived at a transitional house at 2860 First Avenue, South being operated by New Faith Free Methodist Church According to the report, Walker told his three room mates some one was stealing food from his room, and specifically blamed Smith. As the two men argued, another roommate flagged down someone passing by and asked them to call police, who were notified at 9:40a.m. Police said Walker went to the kitchen and returned with a butcher knife, stabbing Smith COREY WALKER in the chest. Smith was lat er pronounced dead at a local hospital. Walker was arrest and charged with second-degree murder. The knife used in th e stabbing was found in the kitchen sink, police said Woman Who Escaped Alter Beiill Arrested, In custodv Again POLK COUNTY The Polk County Sheriffs Office reports that with the assistance of the Bartow Police Department, 31-year-old Vinzena S. Wardell was arrested Wednesday morning. Wardell was found on rail road tracks at Polk Street near Mill Avenue. According to reports, Wardell was wanted on sev eral charges, including failure to appear, grand theft, schem ing to defraud, exploitation of the elderly, resisting arrest, battery on a law enforcement officer, and escape. At 8 :30 a. m. Tuesday, deputies arrested Wardell at her residence. During her arrest, she reportedly resisted and struggled with the d e p u t i e s Deputies had to use a taser on Wardell to get her under control, according to the report. She was later taken to a VINZENA local hospital WARDELL to be med-ically cleared. Deputies said Wardell was transported to Central Booking, where she managed to open the door of the patrol car and escape. Officials said she was restrained at the time. The investigation is ongoing and Wardell may be facing more charges. Five People Arrested After Meth lab Investigation POLK COUNTY According to the Polk County Sheriffs Office a street-level methamphetamine investigation has resulted i n the arrest of five people and a warrant for the arrest of another man. Undercover officers bought methamphetamine from Theodore Monagas, who reportedly became suspicious, and sent his mother to deliver drugs to the detectives. Another time, investigators said he sent his cousin, Demetrix Lowery, to make the delivery. Detectives arrested Monagas, 25, and his mother, Millie Monagas, 53, who is a convicted felon the Sheriffs Office said. After a search of the resi dence detectives found mar ijuana, scales with methamphetamine residue, a handgun with ammunition, and more than $1,000 in a safe. Mildred Hurley, 24 was arrested after she was seen trying to flush marijuana DEMETRIXLOWERY ... warrant issued for his arrest. and Xanax down a toilet. She was charged with tampering with evidence, child abuse, possession of Alprazolam, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and disorderly con-duct. Justin Fields, 24, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. During the search, Jack Mathes, 22, reportedly called Fields and asked to THEODORE MONAGAS stop by and buy marijuana. Mathes was charged with attempted purchase of marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Detectives got an arrest warrant for Lowery, 29, for the sale of methampheta-m mine. Z Anyone with information on Lowery is asked to con-m tact the sheriff's office at r (863) 298 -6200. FRONr.NDAUGt4MENT FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF 4NEWOR USED TIRES r r m ::::! z

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Ellbanled Pastor Fulfills Her Mission For Those In Need In spite of the distrac tions going on in her life right now, Pastor Tami Robinson did not allow that to take her away from her mission of helping those in need. Pastor Robinson is awaiting a date to appear in court that she illegally ob tained homes through the state s Adverse Possession Law and I would like to get re solved, but I still have a center to run, and people depending on me for help." For Thanksgiving, Pastor Robinson was blessed to feed 40 homeless people. "I walk through com munity a lot, and I didn't re alize there were so many rooming houses in this area. Pastor Robinson said she was filled with joy over the gratitude of those who came, and it's assuring to know you are in a position to help those who can't help themselves. "I have something really big planned for New Year's Eve. I want to have an out side Watch Night service and we'll have food, and plenty of Gospel entertain ment. for Christmas to adopt fami lies and children. Anyone who wants to donate hygiene products, toys, and other items is welcome to come by the ministry, Well Pavilion Empowerment Center on the comer of Sanchez Street and 26th Avenue. You can also call (813) 766-9313. Reporter Leon B. "That is something that weighs heavily on my mind "I thank God I was able to provide them clothing, a hot meal, and prayer, as well as some non-perishable items. PASTOR TAMI ROBINSON "I am also making plans Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, at lcrews@flsentinel.com Within 12 Davs: Mother, Son lose Their Banles With Cancer On November 13th, Janice Murphey lost her 10year battle with cancer. The mother of four was 68. As Tracy Murphey tried to deal with the death of her mother, 12-days later her brother, Frederick Murphey, lost his s year battle with cancer. The fa ther of two was 41. Ms. Murphey said since 2008, they have lost 3 family members to cancer. .JANICE MURPHEY FREDERICK MURPHEY One of them, Lel"oy Froyer, was the father of 17-year-old Geraldine Froyer, who in September drowned after being pushed off a bridge in DeSoto County. "If it weren't for the strength of this family, I think we'd all be losing it right now," s aid Ms. Murphey. Prior to her death, Ms. Murphey had worked for a company called Coastal Wipers. Frederick had been declared disabled be fore he was diagnosed with cancer: Ms. Murphey said the family is in need of help with both services, and asked that Harmon's Funeral Home be contacted at (813) 626-8600 if anyone wants to make a donation. West Tampa Residents Must Look Closer At Their Communitv leaders BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter West Tampa Corporation Devel opment Manager, Michael Randolph, said the residents of West Tampa must not be left out of what's going on in their community, espe cially the residents of North Boule vard Homes Public Housing. There are a lot of projects going on in West Tampa right now, includ ing what's happening with the Jewish group that's taken over the old Armory, and the West Riverfront com, munity. The residents have to be more informed of what's happening, and not after the fact." Randolph said there are people who have lived in West Tampa for decades, and they are due a place when it comes to the future of their community. "My main concern is what's going on with Ed Turanchik and his group, and what their motives are," said Randolph. "It's critical residents attend our meeting, because their future de pends on it. We have too many African Americans in this community in need of employment and educa tional/training opportunities." MICHAEL RANDOLPH West Tampa CDC Development Manager Randolph said he wants the people to take a step back and take a long look at those who claim to be representing their interests. "There are a lot of groups doing a lot of things in West Tampa right now, and all of them don't have the interests of the people as their prior ity. Most of them are looking out for their own personal gain, and it may come at the expense of the people if they aren't aware of what's going on. "There's been too much behind the-curtain meetings and decisions going on, and now it's time for the people to see the face of who is sup posed to be speaking for them. They also need to be at whatever meeting their future is being discussed so they can have input." Randolph said people deserve a better quality of life than what they have now, and they need the commu nity leaders to step up and make sure everyone gets what they deserve. "I would suggest all the Afrjcan American residents join the West Tampa Community Group organiza tion, or put together something of their own. "It's obvious to me and others that the Old West Tampa Neighborhood Association doesn't represent the fu ture of Black people in West Tampa, but instead it represents the redevel opment ofWest Tampa as outlined in the West Tampa Chamber of Com merce's plan." Dwight Bolden, a facilitator for the WTCG, said he's happy to hear there will be unity and that's all he's been asking for. "I'm happy to see the West Tampa CDC getting back into action, and they will be joining all of us for the future of West Tampa. "Right now, we need to work on a plan to cure the illness in our com munity. Problems like unemploy ment and education have not been addressed in the past, and this is the time to make sure we're all on the same page and trying to accomplish the same things." Bolden said they must have their redevelopment and economic plan for West Tampa done and on the table for review by mid-December. "Time is critical right now, and if we don't get this done on time, we may not have a voice at the table. "The redevelopment of West Tampa is our top priority, and right now it needs all of our input and en ergy. It's time for a major house cleaning, and that's the only way to make sure none of the people who will be impacted will be left out of de ciding their own future." The meeting planned by the West Tampa CDC will begin at 11 a.m. on December 15th, and will be held at the West Tampa Library on the corner of Howard Avenue and Union Street. Anyone who has questions is wel comed to call the West Tampa CDC at (813) 344-4106.

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0 ii &I. 0 z c( 0 en w ::::) 1-fi: w > w 0 w ::E: en :J m ::::) D. z j::: w ...1 ...1 ::::) m ...1 w z ANTHONY JOHNSON, III HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Kia and Amp GRANDPARENTS: Christie, Michael, Sheila, and Anthony HOBBIES: Football, Base ball, and Video Games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Progress Village Burnett Middle School TRALICIA EASON j::: HONOR: High Honor Roll ifj PARENTS: Felicia Fletcher en and Tracey Eason g GRANDPARENTS: Delores ii Fletcher and Carolyn Eason 0 HOBBIES: Dance, Delta Academy, Rapping, and Shopping CHURCH: New Vision New Birth International Ministries cahoon Elementary School ADAM ANDREWS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing Basket ball, Video Games, and Golf CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace HERMIONE ANDREWS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing with her dolls and watching TV CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace Clair Mel Elementary School ANTONIYA WILLIAMS HONORS: High Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Aritonio Williams, Sr., and Ann Chestnut and Tony GRANDPARENTS: Leatrice Byrd, Annie Guy, and Will Williams, Sr. HOBBIES: Reading, Modeling, and Singing in Church Choir CHURCH: St. John Progres sive Missionary Baptist Church Coleman Middle School BRIANK. JACOBS, JR. HONORS: Principal 's Honor Roll Perf ect Attendance, and Student of the Month PARENTS: Denise and Brian GRANDPARENTS: Annie Preston, Dianna Moyer, and Gwen Jacobs HOBBIES: Basketball and Football Ferrell Middle School AALIYAH HARRIS HONOR: High Honor Roll Tommy and Stephanie Harris GRANDPARENTS: Luther and Gloria Hutchins HOBBIES: D ancing, Swim ming and Reading CHURCH: St Matthew M. B. Church Giunta Middle School SHACORI S. EVANS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Chaunye and Lamar Jones and Cory Evans GRANDPARENTS: Michelle, Barbarah, Danny and Sharon GREAT GRANDPARENfS: Cora Turner Masselina, Janie, and Cecil Johnson HOBBIES: Reading, Church, Dancing Singing Shopping, and Cheerleading CHURCH: St. John Mission ary Baptist Church Hillsborough I. B High School AYIAANDREWS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews III GRANDPARENTS: M rs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr C Blythe Andrews Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate and Com puter Games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace .. -.,, l-4'" L \'il b ........ f I ... ) CYRIL B. ANDREWS, IV HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Hanging with friends, running, playing golf karate and playing video games CHURCH: First Baptist Church Terrace SHARROD DARNS HONORS: High Hono r Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENT: Sonja Arnold GRANDPARENTS: James and Ros e Morton; and Daniel and Nora Arnold HOBBIES: Football, HHS Varsity Football Starting Cornerback CHURCH: Bible Based Fel lowship of Temple Terrace Kingswood Elementary School VICI'ORR. TROUPE, II HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Victor and JanineTroupe GRANDPARENTS: Otis and Gloria Troupe; and David and Hanna Williams HOBBIES: Football, Base ball, Basketball Track, and PS3

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TYRASHANI HECfOR HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENfS: Gary Hector, Sr., and Rita Hector GODPARENTS: Eric and Barbara Harris HOBBIES: Shopping, Bas ketball and Writing Poetry CHURCH: Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church Lockhart Elementary School ZION BIGGINS HONORS: Honor Roll Citi zenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Paris Holmes and Eddie Biggins GRANDPARENTS: Rodney and Angela Dean HOBBIES: Playing Football JOCELYN HARREI.SON-FORD HONORS: Honor Roll Citi zenship, and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Erica and Noah Ford GRANDPARENTS: Chester H and Jackie H. HOBBIES: Reading and Stepping AH'MARI IAVORA PHILLIPS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Anthony Phillips and Mary Pressley GRANDPARENT: Mrs Tommy Lee Miller HOBBIES: Reading, Baking and Drawing Sam Rampello Downtown Partnership School JUSCINYA BRENAE'HENRY HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll; Perfect Attendance; and Student of the Week; she also maintained Principal Honor every (9) weeks consecutively for the last two school terms. PARENTS: Justin Henry and Tequila Taylor GRANDPARENTS: Rilla Henry-Detain (Mirna), Theodora Biel Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Bettye) Brown, and Mattie Harris HOBBIES: Reading, play ing with her Pomeranian friend, "Cody," watching movies and playing computers games CHURCH: Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church Saint Peter Claver Catholic CRATIANA ROBINSON HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Perfect Sheehy Elementary School JOQUEZ SMITH HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmie Lee and Leavonne Nichols; Lawrence Williams, the late Walter Smith Sr. and the late JoeL. Howard HOBBIES: Football ( Fair Oaks Rattlers); Baseball (North Seminole Marlins) ; Hip Hop (Tampa Gym and Dance); Basketball (Wilbert Davis); Soccer (Grant Park) Swimming; Video Games; and Hanging Out With His Mr. Dirt and Crew at Old Roots BarberShop WALTA VIA SMITH HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmie Lee and Leavonne Nichols; Lawrence Williams; the late Joe L. Howard ; and the late Walter Smith, Sr. HOBBIES: Cheerleading (Fair Oaks Rattlers); Softball (North Seminole); Ballet, Tap, and Hip Hop, Tap, and Ballet (Tampa Gym and Dance); Girls Pampering Day; Swim ming; and Hanging out with best friend, Jada IA'DAIZAJOLLY HONOR: High Honor Roll GRANDPARENT: Annie Doris Smith HOBBIES: Dancing, Watch ing TV, and wearing pretty clothes CHURCH: Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church USF Patel Partnership Elementary School THEOPHILUS S. NEDD, III HONORS: High Honor Roll; Perfect Attendance; and Citi zenship PARENTS: Shenita Mann and Theophilus Nedd, Jr. GRANDPARENTS: Renita Mann, Keith Jones, and Bar bara Nedd GREAT GRANDPARENTS: Betty J. Mann and Carlotta Jones HOBBIES: Playing Drums; Keyboard; Singing; Beyblades; Wrestlers on Playstation III; North Seminole Little League; Saturday's Children; Youth Choir, and Church Drumline CHURCH: First Baptist Church of College Hill Village Of Excellence Academy TRE'SHAWN TAYLOR HONORS: Principal' s llonor Roll, and Perfect At Wharton High School HONOR: Prirrcipal's Honor Roll PARENTS: Tamara Moore and Steven Hardy, Sr. GRANDPARENTS: JoAnn Marshall, Curtis Marshall Bobb y Moore, and Mammie Ford GODPARENTS: Gary and Selicia Watson HOBBIES: Track and Field and Dancing CHURCH: Peace Progres sive Missionary Baptist Church Williams I. B. Middle School WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Drawing Writing Stories and Reading CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace

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Nr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local 0 M a: w m :::!: w > 0 z Entrepreneur Feels Changes In Ybor Citv Will Improve Business c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For more than 15 years, Sanford "San Man" Harper, Jr. has been an entrepreneur in Ybor City. When the area upgraded itself and more attention was given to attracting a younger crowd, business was boom ing. "When there were clubs on every corner, we had young people from everywhere coming here to party. It didn't matter what race you were, or whether you were rich or poor. They all came to have a great time. "During that time, business was great for me, and I was >self-sufficient. But when the iC economy tanked, so did a lot e of the opportunities for a 9: small business owner." C San Man has done every :f thing from selling flowers >and hot dogs, to managing a club along 7th Avenue. UJ "At first, I thought it was the violence going on that w > w c w ::1: SANFORD "SAN MAN" HARPER, .JR. was scaring patrons away, but it didn't take long for me to see that in spite of that, the clubs were still full. "I really tip my hat to the Tampa Police Department for getting that problem under control. But, now the problem is patrons getting their cars towed away. That has kept the people away, and all of the businesses are feeling it." San Man said as a street vendor, he was earning $2,500 a month, but starting this year, his monthly earn ings barely reach $soo. "The young people coming into Ybor City now are bringing their own alcohol, and just walking up and down the streets. They aren't patronizing the clubs like they used to, and that means the restaurants and other businesses are suffering. "I don't think we will ever see Ybor City the same way again. A company is building a Wing House on 7th Avenue, and that will bring an entirely new clientele to the area. That will be great for everyone, especially small vendors like myself." UJ ::l m :::: D. z BLICKLAWFIRM Accidents Injury Criminal DUI tu ..J ..J :::: m Helping tiN Hurting 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE. Businesswoman To lead 'Suppon Black-Owned Businesses' Enon BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Candy Lowe said support ing Black-owned businesses has always been a passion for her, and inspired her to cre ate her own business Candy Lowe's Tea Time. She said she remembers who gave her an opportunity to start her own business. "I owe Sarah Ousley a debt of gratitude. As the owner of the Harbor Club, she gave me the opportunity and place to start my busi ness. Now, I'm grateful to have been able to give back to several businesses in the community. Right now, I'm calling out for everyone to please sup port Black-owned businesses during the holidays. I'd like December 15th to be the day to support Black-owned restaurants and retail busi nesses, as well as street ven dors and car detailers." On that day at her business, Ms. Lowe said she will host a sidewalk mall for businesses who don't have a building. "I want them to come out, set up their tables and tents, and promote their business es," said Ms. Lowe. "My shop is at 904-1/2 Henry Avenue, on the comer CANDYWWE of Henry and Nebraska, and I've gotten the support of Marvin Knight (Oriental Fish Market owner), ADT Security Specialist, Jarvis El-Amin, Ice Cream Magazine, Hakim Aquil, AI McCray Tampa Talking Ner.vs, and Car Broker Magazine." Ms. Lowe said millions of dollars a year are spent by African Americans in busi nesses not owned by African Americans, and she would like to see those businesses prosper. "Once we start spending those dollars in Black-owned businesses, it will create jobs and a better economy within our communities. AVAILABLE 2A/7 1808 N. MORGAN STREET TAM EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 & Up)

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JAMESHA COBB Dec. 3rd Mesha, God has biessed you to have grown to be such a lovely young lady. We are so proud of you. Continue to let your light shine. Happy Birthday. We Love You Soooo Much. Your Family. HIPPV Binhdav MARLONC JACKSON, JR. Happy birthday wishes go out to Marlon Jackson, Jr., who will be turning 7 on Dec. 1, 2012, and will be celebrating his birthday with a big birthday bash with family and friends, along with a cruise with Disney Cruise Lines. Marlon is the son of proud parents, LaTasha and Mar lon Jackson, Sr. We love you! Mommie, Larry, Daddy, Lil Jeno, Rickey, Julion and Vas men. HANK And JAN BOGAN On Nov. 29th, Jan sent a happy birthday wi .th to her fiance, Hank Bogan. Muah Baby... and many more. I love you!! MS. 'A' It's that time, 12.2.12. Thank you Lord for all you do for me. And, shout out to my little brother, Donald T., who passed. 1.11.08 -11.14.63. HIPPV 12th BinhdiV BRIAN 'SCRAPPY' JACOBS, JR. Happy birthday, baby boy. Love you always. Look Who's& ELIJAH And RAQUEL Happy birthday to you. We love you so much. Your mom, family and friends. HIPPV BinhdiV RIKA And PUNKIN I would like to wish (My Life) a happy birthday and many more to come. Bae even though I'm not home with you to celebrate, enjoy your day. Happy birthday, Rika. I love you Punkin. ETHEL PEARL COBB Happy birthday to our mother, grandmother, great-grand mother, great-great grandmother, aunt, cousin, sister -i n law and friend. God has blessed you to see 81 years. You are a true jewel in our family. We love, admire and adore you. Happy 81'1 birthday!! From: you son, daughter, brother, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great great grandchildren cousins and friends. HIPPV BlnhdiV Rika, I love you so much that words can't ex plain how -I really feel. But, in my heart I know it's real, 'cause the best choice of my life. You've always held me down even through these hard times. I've given you my heart to have as long as we both shall live, and there's (No One), I mean (NoOne)!! Who can unseal our deal. And Baby, I love you for ever more. Happy birthday,Bae. Love, .Punkin. $750 Per Person Ttw"PP!IIIIIIou.OO AI&* Al:lcccmolwrnlliOdiiOoi..W"ionsl5 (Baaed WrrNEss HISTORY Participate in Inauguration Visit MLK Monument Al:inllance to: Regfnald F. LeoMs Mulel.m c:l African American History & Culture RIKA And PUNKIN

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Believers today have a lot to be thankful for. God has blessed His people with more than they can think of. If you sat down to reflect upon your day and were to take time to identify y our blessings you will realize that you have more to be thankful for than you do to complain about. Paul's letter to the church in Ephesus (Ephesians 1:3-14) helps the people un derstand that they have much to be thankful for and provides for them an under standing why. Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ (vs. 3). These verses set the tone that God is to be blessed for the blessings He has be stowed upon His children. He gives clear indication and identity of who God is. He wants the people to be clear that they are to bless the Fa ther of Jesus Christ. In a world and time when people are worshipping so many other gods, it is impor tant to know who you are blessing and praising. Paul opens these verses with a key phrase: Blessed c be the God and Father of our Why should He be blessed? He has chosen us in Him before the founda1&. c z c( c U) w ::: .... w > w c w :::a:::: U) ::::J m ::: 0.. z i= UJ -J -J ::: m -J w z i= z w U) C g 1&. SERVICE TIMES Sunday School -1 0 A. M Moming Service-11:30 A. M E vening Sefvice-7:30 P. M Bibl e Study -Tuesday Evening B ible Band -7:30 P. M n,ursday Evening -YP'vVW-7:30 P. M 1st And 3rd Friday E v ening Women's Outrea<-n Ministry7:30 P. M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr T. Klltdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aoJ.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 Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org tion of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love (vs. 4). You are compelled to bless God because He specifically chose you. It was not by accident or be cause you were left out and looked over. God chose you intentionally to be blessed. Because you were chosen by God you have been set apart and considered blame less because you have been redeemed and washed with the blood of Jesus. God did not just stop at choosing you. He went fur ther by adopting you accord ing to the pleasure of His will (vs; 5). God adopted you to be His child with His name. When you adopt someone you give him your name and make him entitled to all that you have. When God adopted you He gave you all that He had. He did it not because you were the best or because you deserved it. He adopted you because &REAlER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a. m Morn i ng Worship 11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday7:30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome I &RACE MARY MISSIOIARY BAPTIST CHURCH. 3901 N. 37th St 248-3n9 Early Morning Worship 8 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A .M. Worship -10: 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M it was His good pleasure to doso. The writer must have thought about his former life and realized the blessing of his new life and inserted a command to give God praise for His grace (vs. 6). When you consider that God saved you, cleaned you, delivered you, and adopted you, it should give you a reason to praise God for His grace. He did not have to do it, but you must be grateful that He did. To help the church under stand this adoption concept through Jesus, Paul writes that we have redemption through His blood, the for giveness of sins in accor dance to His grace (vs. 7). Adopting you was not free; there was a cost. The cost to repurchase you from the hand of the enemy was the blood of Jesus. 1t was with this same blood that you were released from the debt of all your sins. Having been redeemed IIPTISTC C 12t11L...._at.T-H.IIIII (8111 22&-1390 and adopted, God revealed the mystery of His will to His children (vs. 9). Before sal vation God s purpose and will for your life was consid ered to be a mystery. Some people do not have any idea of God's purpose and will for them. As one comes into full relationship with God He will begin to reveal His pur pose and will for your life and his will shall no longer be a mystery. To give further reason to bless God, Paul shares with the church that we have ob tained an inheritance, being predestined according to His Will that we will be for His praise and glory (vv. 11, 12). You must know that as a child of God you have an in heritance from God. The in heritance that you have has already been predetermined. This lets you know that God already knows what you need and when you will need it. ltrllnl .. 11 PrQer Stnlct, TUtsdaJ.-------I pa. Jllntla Studl. Tuesday 1:a1 pa. Bible Stadl. TUtsdiJ-------------1 p.m. I Cllrlltwtictl llrllllllhllllltk .......... 4:13 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. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M., Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Cllnh .._..Tile Love Of Sod Flows And Tile Holy 111ost II In Full Co11bol." 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F rogress Village News November Birthday Celebrants Happy b e lated birthda y goes o ut to Mrs. Eunice Sneed on November 21, 2012 She celebrated her natal d ay with her family. We do wis h y our day was what you wa nt ed it to be. Wish y ou many, many more birth days! Sick And Shut Ins Please keep the people in your daily prayers: Ralph Williams, Marie Benson, Phyllis Akes, the Philon family, Lorraine Young, Evelyn Mobley, the Rodgers family, Clarence Vickers and Mary Lucille Turner. Mrs. Vickie Brown and Mrs. Olivia Darby, you are both a speedy recovery and we all miss y ou Attention!! All former affiliates (teachers, students, staff, lun ch room custodians, etc.) of Meacham School formerly located in Central Park Vil lage at 1225 India Street, Tampa are asked to meet on Saturday, Decem ber tt at C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library 2607 E. Dr. M L ,K. Blvd. Tampa, from 10-11 a. m. to discuss some important matters. For more information please contac t Ms. Shirley Griffen, President o r Ms. Ellen Lee, Vice Pr es id e nt at 813-273-3682 Congratulations! Congratulations are sent to Ms. Jamia "Mee-Mee" Washington, who recently received Meharry Medical Scholarships and made the Dean's List. She is the daughter of Henry "Shake" and Cheryl Washington of Tampa. Congratulation s Denisha Kimes for your story airing on Channel 8 Television and in the Tampa Tribune on Thanksgiving Day how you overcome obstacles in your everyday life that others take for granted. You are true inspiration to all. The Florida Sentinel Bul letin has also followed your story closely as you grew up before our eyes. Sta y strong and focuse d we lov e you and we are very proud of you, from g od mother Gloria and fam ily Thought For Today Yesterda y is a cancelled c heck tomorrow is a p rom issory note and today is the cash you have so spend it Scripture (Psalm 24:4) One thing I desire of the Lord that I will seek after: that I dwell in th e hou se of the Lord all the days of my life. To behold the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in His temple. Thankful Let everyday be Thanks giving We are thankful for every thing a nd every one especially Willie Mae Wright z
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c:at HOPE leeunu At St. Peter Claver Church w m The Hillsborough Organization For Progress and Equality (HOPE) held a recent meet at St Peter Claver Catholic Church. W (Photos by Julia Jackson) > ___ 0 z >"' C( c a: LL e 0: LL c z c( c 0 w .... w > w C w :I: 0 :::J m ll. z F= w ..J ..J m ..J w z F= z w 0 c( c a: 0 ..J LL Diane Lauray and Arlene Moore at the HOPE meeting. The casualties of street warfare extend to the children left behind We want tp stop the cycle of hate with purposeful acts of LOVE. TOY GIVEAWAY EXPANDED TO ENTIRE COMMUNITY. TOY SUPPUES ARE LIMITED. ALLAREWRCOME. TO RESISTER CALL: 813-842-7223 Fruit of Glory Ministries will hold its Annual Christm 'as Outreach "Whose Birthday is it anyway?" Saturday, December 22, 2012 @ G's Place 3040 w. Cypress St. Tampa, R. 33609 CHRISTMAS BUFFET GREAT DOOR PRIZES & GRAND CASH PRIZE GIVEAWAY! Toys and other gifts will be distributed to hundreds of children and families, with one motive in mind; LOVE. the fwst step toward PEACE. Friends And FamiiV.Chrlstmas Ornament workshop The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department is offer ing ornament making workshop .at the Hyde Park Art Studio on Saturday, December 8, from 10 a_rn, noon. Each participant will receive five different clay ornaments to decorate using paint, permanent markers and glitter_ To reserve your space or obtain more information contact the Hyde Park Art Studio at (813) 259-168z. To.Y Drive NaUonal Association 01 Black Accountants Hold Tov Drive The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants is participating in a toy drive in conjunction with the Champions for Children, for the 2012 holiday season. Champions for Children serves the community b y providing support and education services aimed at preventing and overcom ing child abuse and neglect. During the holiday season, Champions operates a holiday store, where parents and caregivers in need can select toys for their children. There are 2 methods in which members of the community can help during the Toy Drive. Individuals can donate a toy or work as a volunteer in the holiday store. Champions For Children, 3108 W. Azeele Street, is accepting donations. The last day to submit toy donations is Monday, December toth. Anyone seeking additional information may contact Adunni Browne-Marke, at: adunnibm@yahoo.com_ Free Solution onered For Alzheimer's Caregivers In response to the realities and concerns associated with Alzheimer 's and in support of Alzheimer's Awareness Month t h e local Home Instead Senior Care office i s offering free, in person Alzheimer's CARE: Changing Aging Through Research and Edu cation training sessions to area family caregivers. The Horne Instead Alzheimer's CARE Program will provide free counsel support and instruction to area family caregivers The Alzheimer s CARE program is a first-of-its-kind Alzheimer's training addressing the current and future health needs by offering family members a fresh approach to Alzheimer's care. The approach encourages mental engagement to help relatives remain safely at horne and in familiar surroundings as long as possible, and family members to learn to help manage various be havioral symptoms. Courses are available in person and online. "The estimated 15 million Americans caring for a loved one with Alzheimer s are desperate for support and concerned about the care they are providing, said Dr. Amy D'Aprix, aging care expert and a developer of the Home Instead Senior Care Alzheimer's CARE training. This training will help them cope with daily challenges and prepare them to manage difficult be haviors." For more information about the Alzheimer's CARE program or Horne Instead Senior Care call (813) 684-1972. Abundant Ufe Non-Denominational Church 4125 N .... u Street V'f.Tampa. Florid 33607(813)875 9077 www_.tJundantllfeontlne .com Weekly Gatherlnp Sunday School: 9:30A.M. Morning Worehlp: 11:00A.M. Bible lnstJtute: Wednesday, 7:30P.M. lntercesaory Prayer: MondayFriday 6:00A.M. Corporate Prayer: 1st & 3rd Friday, ......, tc.Nn a.m., 7:30 P.M. Sr. PUIOt "I have come that they mlQht havellfe ... more ABUNOAHTL Y" St John 10:10

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Local local Ministrv Feeds Thousands Metropolitan Ministries prepared thousands of meals and made provisions for thousands more to 'shop' for the food items they needed to prepare their own meals. The ministry received donations from throughout the community. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Shaneeka Milton and DeShawn Milton were among the volunteers. Robert Tramel volunteered from a local business. Nikki Freeney said she was thankful for the food shopping spree. Hillsborough County Commissioner AI Higginbotham, right, poses with the Everest University Online Leadership Team. The team donated to Metropolitan Ministries more than 700 turkeys, 4,000 canned goods and 350 meals to those in need. (Photo by Metropolitan Ministries) Faith Douglas was one of the student volunteers. Ladies of a local business, Linda Murphy and Sandra Hollingsworth, worked alongside Distribution Manager, Karl.

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0 Loca Nl------------------------------------------------------------0 C") a: w m :!:: w > 0 Author Feels Empowerment Must Come Through Education Z BY LEON B CREWS "I put together a book, 'Six Keys To Fulfill Your Dreams,' that I hope will inspire others to follow the blueprint of successful African Americans in Tampa. Anthony Kimpson; Hillsborough County Branch NAACP President, Dr. Carolyn Collins, and Hillsborough County School District Administrator, Dr. Larry Sykes. Sentinel Staff Writer Q 0: Dr. John Loblack is an LL educator on a mission to m 0 ,.... empower and inspire others to use education as the tick et to a more rewarding and fulfilling life. As a certified job and career transition coach, Dr. Loblack has helped people refine their employment skills, and uncover their preferences. "I tried putting together words of hope and inspiration through the success stories of the City of Tampa's first African American Chief Financial Officer, Sonya Little; 21-year Naval veteran, Dr. Loblack said individ ually, they have stories of their keys to finding oppor tunity in spite of roadblocks and other issues. "I found their words very inspirational, and I hope others will somehow find the motivation to do what ever they need to do to fulfill their dreams of success. We don't have as many success stories in African Americans communities as we did in the past, and the ones that are there mostly go unnoticed. Dr. Loblack feels the success comes from identi fying your strengths, and allowing others to provide the tools that you will need to become self-reliant and financially independent. "My advice is for people not to ever give up on their dreams, and have faith it can happen." ..._ 11602 N. 15th St., Tampa, FL 33612 i I On the corner of Fowler and 15th St ENROLLING NOW Serving Students Ages 16-21 FREE to attend-No Tuition or Fees FREE Public Bus Transportation Earn credits at your own Pace EARN A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA CALL 813-245-9766 TODAY! DIPlOM 2 Convenient Class Sessions to Choose From 7:30AM-11 :30AM Morning Session w .. YOIRW 11 :30AM-3:30PMAfternoon Session Home 1739 E Hillsborough Ave. Tampa Fl 33610 813-374-9028omce 813-505-8811 Cell Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Or call for an Appointment Life can Bind Cowracelmenedlately &.ow Down tow Monthly Payments Walk-ins Welcome Accept All MaJor Credit ATM and Debit See Jay For Hook Uplll

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Gvrllrat 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cucumber, peel, seed and chop 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons parsley, chopped 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper Hoa&ie 1 package Bratwurst 1 loaf French bread 1 small onion, thinly sliced 1 medium tomato, thinly sliced DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350oF. In a bowl, mix sauce ingredients. Cover and refrigerate until serving. Grill brats according to package di rections. When cool enough to handle, cut into 1/4-inch bias slices Slice French bread lengthwise and put on a baking sheet. Arrange brat slices on bread bottom. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes until lightly browned. Remove and top with the sauce, onion and tomato. Cut and serve. a From Tonia Turner For those of you that 'tailgate' at home, here are a few homefield advantages you might want to try. No matter which teams are playing or what the score is, give your game day fans something to cheer about with great food, and plenty of it. These simple and delicious recipes are easy for you to make, which means you can sit back and enjoy the game with everybody else. 1 pack Hot Italian Sausage Links 20 bamboo skewers Oil for deep frying Com8atter 1 cup each cornmeal and flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon black pepper 1/4 cup sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder 1large egg, lightly beaten 1cupmilk Remoulacle DiJwin& Sauce 2 tablespoons each mayo, mustard 2 tablespoons whole grain mustard 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon wine vinegar 2 tablespoons pickle relish 2 tablespoons capers, chopped 1 teaspoon dried tarragon 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 teaspoon salt Dash Tabasco sauce DIRECTIONS: Cook sausages according to package directions. Allow to cool slightly and cut each sausage into 4 pieces. In a bowl, mix all dry ingredients for the com batter then nux m wet mgredients. Pour oil2 to 3 inches deep and bring to medium heat or about 350F. Place one sausage piece on the end of each skewer. Dip into the batter and coat the sausage completely. Carefully submerge the sausage into the hot oil while holding the end of the stick. Fry each sausage for about 1 minute, until the batter is a deep golden brown. Serve with Remoulade Dipping Sauce or your favorite mustard. Remoulade Dipping Sauce: Combine all ingredients except oil in a food processor and process for 30 secOnds. With the motor running, slowly add the oil through the feed tube and process until thickened. Transfer the sauce to a serving bowl cover and refrigerate for at least one hour before serving EISVIIISIIII_.IS 1 can of refrigerator biscuits 1 pack of sausage, mild or hot Dippin& Sauce 1 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup sour cream 1/4 cup honey mustard Salt and pepper, to taste DIRECTIONS: Divide dough in half. Roll each half of the biscuit dough thin, to a rectangle about 8by 12inches. Spread with sausage. Roll each up like a jelly roll; pinch ends together. Wrap rolls up in waxed paper andre frigerate for at least 3 to 4 hours. Slice about 1/2-inch thick; place on a lightly greased baking sheet. Cook at 350 o for about .30 minutes, or until sausage is cooked and biscuit is browned. Drain mi paper towels before serving. Dipping Sauce: In a bowl whisk to gether the mayonnaise, sour cream and mustard. Season to taste and serve as a dip for the sausage rolls. z m s:: m m :::D w 9 1\) 0 ...... 1\) "TT 0 :::D en m z ::t z m m c z ., c m (i) :I: m c C) m ...... ...... I m

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American ginseng can help prevent the common cold by bolstering your immune system, while Siber ian ginseng may help relieve your cold symptoms. If you take other supplements or prescription drugs, be sure to ask a healthcare provider about adding any variety of ginseng to the mix, as it can interact with many medications Echinacea: Treat Cold Symptoms Echinacea is probably not useful for prevention, but it may be useful when taken within the first 24 hours of the first cold symptoms. Echinacea reduces inflammation to combat cold and flu symptoms, and it may also bolster the immune sys tem. If you use Echinacea, try to only use it for the short-term because it can cause some uncomfortable side effects in some people. Chicken Soup: For The Cold Soul Most peopl e love a big bowl of chicken soup when they have a cold and don't care whether it helps or not. Well, the good news is it ac tually may work. Chicken soup may speed healing by killing off some of the virus cells and soothing a sore throat or stuffy nose. Zinc Lozenges: Treattnent/Prevention Throat drops are an everpopular remedy for cold symptoms, and zinc lozenges may just be the gold standard. In some studies, zinc throat drops actually seemed to prevent colds as well as re lieve symptoms. Try one or two per day for prevention and about one lozenge every hour or two once a cold starts. No matter which of the above prevention methods or remedies you choose, you can be sure that. they have some pretty credible re search behind them. So treat your colds with confidence this winter. 1is The Season For Drv Skin To really take care of your skin, it is important to work from the inside out. The first and easiest step to treating your dry skin is a nat ural, simple thing : water. By increasing your water con sumption, your skin will maintain proper hydration. Eating healthy fats can also be a beneficial combatant against dry skin. Also known as essential fatty acids, healthy fats can readily be found in fish such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna. Vitamins A, E, and D can also be of great assistance during cold months. Vitamin A is found in veggies like car rots, yams, and green, leafy vegetables, while Vitamin E is common in raw, u,nsalted seeds and nuts. The body nat urally produces vitamin D when skin is in sunlight, but during winter, other sources can be found like sweet pota toes, fish, and eggs It is important to treat and prevent dry skin It may seem like a cosmetic issue above anything else, but sufferers complain of things such as itching, unsightly blemishes, flaking, cracking, soreness, or stinging. Worse still than these symptoms are the riskS dry skin can introduce. Bacteria germs are highly attracted to dry surfaces, so it becomes easier to pick up unpleasant germs from workStations, restrooms, doorknobs, etc. when you have dry skin. Espe cially in the case of cracked, open skin, it offers germs an easy entry into your body. Creams, lotions, and mois turizers can help with dry skin afflictions. It is important for chronic sufferers to treat dry skin both externally and inter nally for an efficient fix. FillS For Not-So-Fresh Breath Brush and floss more frequently. One of the prime causes of bad breath is plaque, the sticky build-up on teeth that harbors bacteria Food left between teeth adds to the problem. All of us should brush at least twjce a day and floss daily. Scrapeyourtongue.The coating that normall y forms on the tongue can harbo r foul smelling b ac t eria. To elimi nate them, try a tongu e scraper. They're designed specifically to apply even pressure across the surface of the tongue area, removing bacteria, food debris, and dead cells that brushing alone can't remove. Avoid foods that sour your breath. Onions and garlic are the prime offenders. The only way to avoid the problem is to avoid eating onions and garlic, especially before social or work occa sions when you're concerned about your breath. Kick the habit. Bad c -J breath is just one of many rea sons not to smoke. Smoking dainages gum tissue and stains teeth. It also increases your risk of oral cancer. Rinse your mouth out. In addition to freshening your breath, anti-bacterial mouth washes add extra protection by r e ducing plaque-causing bacteria. After eating, swish ing your mouth with plain water also helps freshen your breath by eliminating food particles. Keep your gums healthy. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a common cause of bad breath. Bacteria accumulate in pockets at the base of teeth, creating bad odors. If you have gum disease, your den tist may recommend a peri odontist, who specializes in treating gum disease. Molt major inlurace plana Cowteous and fMndly starr FrM blood pr...u ... check ElectTonic pr.scriptions aeceptid Transfer 3 or more prescnptJons and a $10 g1ft certificate to use m the supem1arkel! 4015 E. Hillsborough Tampa, FL33610 988-1300 FAX: 13) 448-6540

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..:n .. FYI's NOTICE OF PROPOSED DESIGNATION OF A The Winner Is ... "The experienced mountain climber is not intimidated by a mountain -he is inspired by it. The persistent winner is not discouraged by a problem -he is challenged by it. Mountains are created to be conquered; adversities are designed to be de feated; problems are sent to be solved." -William Arthur Ward Empowered greetings. The ballots have been cast and the votes have been counted. And the winner is YOU! That's right. You have been declared the indisputable, unmistakable winner. Although there ap peared to be insurmountable forces that tried to stop you and block you, they just didn't work. In the words of Dianna Ross, "Ain't no mountain high enough to keep you from winning. The climb may be dif ficult, but you will make it to the top because you are a winner. "Ain't no valley low enough ... n to keep you from winning. No matter how hard the struggle, you will always rise up because you are a win-ner. "Ain't no river wide enough ... to keep you from winning. You have the strength to crossover every barrier, every pothole and every hurdle designed to block your cause you are a winner. You may not be the best looking in the group, but as a winner you always give your best. You may not have the biggest net worth, but as a win ner you have a strong self worth. Your self-worth speaks to you on the darkest day to give you a ray of hope, ing you that you are a cham pion, a leader and a winner against all odds. like a diamond you are not valuable because you glitter, but because you are impossible to destroy. You are a winner! Winners, connect with me via: Email: thegueenofsuc cess@yahoo.com. Follow me on twitter@gueenofsuccess1. Face book: Selphenia Nichols. Call or text 813-956-0185. Estate .Planning For FamilY Caregivers: What You Don't Know Mav Hurt You PART II Last Will And Testament Will preparation is a crucial component of estate planning because it acts as the final word regarding the transfer of prop erty. If a family member dies without a will, state law will in dicate what happens to the property. Based on the family situation, the state's plan may be inconsistent with the true desires of the family member. Beyond property, another key benefit to having a will is the designation of a guardian for minor This is a de cision that should not be made by the courts. A Will is also used to identify the person-or executor-responsible for making sure per sonal wishes regarding estate assets are carried out and to avoid court conflicts over who should serve in this important role So me people succumb to the temptation of preparing wills using 'Do It Yourself legal drafting software or self help materials from the public li brary or local bookstores. Preparing legal documents without the benefit oflegal ad vice can result in unnecessary hardship and unintended con sequences. Phyllis Smith, J.D., LLM. is an associate professor in the College of Law at FloridaA&M University. She has practiced law for approximately eight years as a commissioned offi cer and attorney in the United States Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG) where she provided estate planning needs to soldiers serving throughout the country and overseas. Join Smith on Twitter for a live chat on Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. to answer your legal questions on being a fam ily caregiver. Follow @FAMU_Living Well. BROWNFIELD AREA FOR REHABILITATIO N AND REDEVELOPM ENT IN CITY OF PLANT CITY The City ot P l ant City Florida proposes to adopt the following resolution designating a Brownfield area pursuant to Chapter 376 Florida StatUtes the Brownfields Redevelopment Act: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA DESIGNATING A BROWNAELD AREA TO BE CALLED LINCOLN PARK BROWNFIELD AREA WITHIN THE CfTY FOR PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED IN EAST OF CSX RAILROAD, SOUTH OF EAST LAURA STREET, NORTH OF EAST ALSOBROOK STREET, WEST OF SOUTH LAKE STREET FOR THE PORTION NORTH OF EAST ALABAMA STREET AND WEST OF A DRAINAGE CANAL FOR THE PORTION SOUTH OF EAST ALABAMA STREET, ALLL YING IN SECTIONS 28, 29, & 33, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 37. 00 ACRES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SITE REHABILITAT10N AND ECONOMIC .REDEVELOPMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be compficated by actual or perceived environmental oontarnination. The Brownfield8 Redevelopment Ad. seeks to assist interested parties with the rehabilitation of environmental c.ontamination so that the prOperty can be appropriately redeveloped. The City will hold an .advertised community meeting in order to provide an opportl.ltity for public input on the siZe of the brownfield area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job opportunities and economic developments anticipated, neighborhood reeidents' considerations, other relevant local donoems and Bn'J Mel all matters pertinent to the proposed The commiJ'lity meeting shall be held in the Sadye Gibbs Martin AuditoriLm of the Nettie Berry Dfaughon Municipal Building (City Hall), 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Fl33563, on Thlnday, November 15, 2012 at eoo p.m. The City Cormnission will hold two advertieed public heart on the proposed resolution At the public hearings, Interested. parties and citizens niay appear and be heard &a to any and all matters pertinent to a proposed resolUtion designating a Brownfield area for rehabllitab'l and redevelopment The first public hearing shall be held at the Martin Audtorium of the Nettie Beny Draughon Municipal Building (City Hall), 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Fl 33563, on Monday, November 26, 2012 at 7:30 p .m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard in order to provide an opportunity fOr public input on the siZe of the .area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job oppoi1Unities and economic developments anticipated neighborhood residents' oonsiderations, other releVant local concerns and any and all matters pertinent to the proposed resolution. The second public hearing wiD be held in the Sadye Gibbs Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building (City Hall), 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, FL 33563, on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 7 :30p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard in order to provide an opportunity for public input on the siZe of the area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job opponunities and economic developments anticipated, neighboftlood residents considerations, other retevant local concerns and any and all matters pertinent to the proposed resolution AI persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with resp8ct to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the-proceed ings, and for sUCh purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record inclUdes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with D i sabilities Act, any person with a d isability requiring reasonable accommodation i n order to participate in thi s meeting should call the City Cieri< at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing The proposed resolution. and other copies of the City s records on. th i s project may be inspected by the pub l ic at the offices of the City Cieri< at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street Plant City Florida. Provided below is a geographi c location map indicating the area covered by the Resolution. Kerri J. Miller City Cieri< < m i: aJ m :::D w 9 1\) 0 .... N "TI r-0 :::D g tJ) m z :t z m r-aJ c: rrz "'0 c: aJ c: tJ) :::z:: m c m < m -4 c: m tJ) c ,.. z c "TI :!! c

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Promenade Movie Night Held The Lakeland Regional Health Systems hosted a classic movie night at Pies on the Promenade on Friday, November 9th. The featured movie entitled 'White Christmas' began at dusk at the Lake Mirror Promenade which is located outdoors in back of the Lake Mirror Center. Some patrons brought their lawn chairs, blankets, food and/or popcorn. There were also snack vendors on site. The Chick-Fil-A Cow and mascots from the Detroit Tigers, Polk State College and Florida a: Southern College also par u.. ticipated in the event c z c( Leadership Boot Camp Held On Tuesday, November 13th, numerous business representatives attended the Lakeland Leadership Boot Camp held at the Lakeland City Hall. The Welcome and Opening Remarks were given by Doug Thomas, City of Lakeland Manager and Jim Studiale, City of Lakeland Community Development Director. The opening also included a Drill Master and Company Taken By Surprise Kickoff. The topics covered during the opening session were Social Media/ Communication and Neighborhood Organization ... Getting Back to the Basics. Later during the evening, concurrent .workshops con ducted were: Neighborhood Watch, Landlord/Tenant Rights, The Permitting Process, and Code Enforcement. Special thanks to the Neighborhood Association Coalition, Sun 'n Fun, City of Lakeland Parks and Recreation, Lakeland Electric Lakeland Civic Center, Jeffrey Williams-Drill Master and Taken By Surprise Step Team for making the evening a success. Lakeland Social Security Reduces Business Hours Effective November 19, 2012, the Lakeland Social Security Office began new operating hours of 9: oo a.m. until 3:00 p.m., Monday Friday. The new hours of operation reduces the previous hours by thirty minutes. Beginning January 2, 2013, every Wednesday at noon, the office will close to the general public. The Lakeland Social Security Office is located at 550 Commerce Drive in Lakeland. Happy Birthday Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to Deloris Landers, of St. Petersburg, and Sylvester Gordon, Ill, of Rochester, New York, as each of you celebrate another year of life on December 1st. Sylvester is Super Sixteen this year. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years oflife! Polk County Advertisers/ Distributors Sought The Florida Sentinel Bulletin is in search of advertisers and distributors in the Polk County area. Are you interested in advertising your business, church, orga. nization, community events, employment opportunities, etc., in the Sentinel or hav ing the Sentinel available for purchase at your church, agency or place of business? Yes!.. then contact me at (863) 513-8437 or Darlene Thomas at (863) 513-2178. Shaw-NufShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to Tim Abram, PAL Executive Director, and the Lakeland Police Athletic League (PAL) for its Youth Leadership Mentoring Program. Every Wednesday night from 6:15p.m. until 8:30 p.m., PAL conducts activi-ties for youth ages 12-18 that include, but are not limited to: Workforce Readiness, Life-skills, Volunteer Service Hours, Team-building, Crime Prevention Skills, and Teen Pregnancy Prevention. The Simpson Park Community Center, 1725 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue in Lakeland serves as the host site. For further information, contact the PAL office at (863) 834-2556. A big Thank You to all PAL staff and volunteers for the awe some positive contributions that you are giving to the betterment of our youth in Lakeland. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news, etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo .com or calling (863) 513-8437 c w l: fJ) lakeland Couple Exchange Wadding vows :::i m BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW z Polk County Columnist t= W I have found the one ::j whom my soul loves. ::I Song of Solomon 3:4 m uj LAKELAND -David J. Z Coicou and Jasmine D. t= Harris vowed their love, ffi one for another, at a quaint fJ) gathering of family and friends at First Presbyterian a: Church, in Lakeland. The 0 groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coicou. The u.. bride is the daughter of Mayor Gow B. and Mrs. Kay Fields, and James Harris, Jr., of Lakeland. The wedding party of the bride included her grandparents, Ms. Daisy Harris Wade, Ms. Martha Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields, and Ms. Gennell Jordan. Leslie Diggins and Angel Vasser were the Maids of Honor. The bridesmaids were: Gloria Coicou, Tatiana Coicou, Chandra Frederick, Bergandee Hibbler, Brittney Jones, Rhonda Lowe-Chin, Kadie-Ann Moore, Desiree Rodriquez, Kenya Stinyard and m Antonisha Williams. Ciphari Langston was ,.... the Junior Bride maid The Flower Girls were: Summer c( Bond, Parlar Langston, a. Juada Lundy and Imani McNeil. Hostesses were: Jasmine McKenzie, Thamar Edwards, Candyace Harden, Tracey Harris, and Donya Windham. The wedding party of the groom included: Ms. Gracieuse M. Stuppard, grandmother; and Kennedy (}rant, Jr., Best Man. The groomsmen were: Shawntonio Bond, Sammie Bush, Ricky Coicou, Steve Filus, Antwan Harris, Dorian Harris, Joshua King, Travon Sampson, Maurice Stuppard, and Eric Walker. The Ushers were: Kevin Carpenter, Bryce Foreman, Stephon Harris, Ja-Michael Highsmith, Charles Stuppard, and Antonio Williams. Jaylon Glover was Junior Groomsman; Christian Diggins, Ringbearer; Derek Edwards, Bible Carrier; and Javon Lormand, BeHringer. The Service of Holy Matrimony was officiated by Rev. Billy Shaw and Rev. Dr. John B. Loudon. The re cption was h eld at the Lake Mirror Center. (Photos by Shaw-NuJ) The bride and groom with Mayor Gow B. and Mrs. Kay Fields, parents of the bride. The bride and groom with Mr .James Harris, .Jr., father of the Bride. The btidc and groom with Mr. and Paul Coicou, parents ofthe groom. Rev. Dr. John B. Loudon is shown with Rev. Billy Shaw at the wedding. bride, Mrs .Jasmine Harri Coicou is shown with her godmother, Ms. Toni Gurganious.

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National Missing 3-Year-Oid's BodvFound In Trash EMILLIANO N. TERRY CLEVELAND, OH -It' s the worst possible outcome for an already horrible sce nario. Oh i o authorities have recovered what they believe is the body of 3 -year-old Emilliano N. Terry from a trash bag at a waste transfer stati on. The boy w a s r eported missing by his mother on Sunday while she was at the park with Emilliano and his two other siblings. His mother, 20-year-old Camilla T. Terry, said that she was at the park With her children, when she took her eyes off of Emilliano for a moment to tend to another child. That's when Emilliano supposedly went missing. There also unverified reports that Emilliano may have gotten into a black car. The FBI quickly became involved in the case. According to reports, the FBI took Cam ilia T. Terry to FBI headquarters in Cleveland Monday evening to interview her, when Terry was arrested and charged with aggravated murder. Detroit Man Charged With Murders 014 Women JAMES BROWN STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich.-A 24-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to murdering four women whose bodies were found in the trunks of abandoned cars in Detroit last December. James Brown, who has been locked up on lesser charges relating to the case since May, said little during a brief arraignment hearing in Sterling Heights, the Detroit suburb where he lived. He entered not guilty pleas to four counts of first degree murder through his attorney, Jeffrey Cojocar, and is due back in court Jan. 9th for a hearing to determine whether there' s enough evidence for a trial. Cojocar said before the hearing that from the evidence he's reviewed thus far, the case against Brown is circumstantial. He suggested, however, that Brown may have incriminated himself during a videotaped interview with Detroit police. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's BuDding Tampa, FL 33602 (813) BANKRUPTCY Stop ForecloMwe & Creclltot's H---.t REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? aM P.A. Payment Plans ... v, .... H, ..... Wit h N O CREDIT t-Cirtml,nal. Post -Convk'lion PrOceeding Se11liug, Crimin al Records and 1207 N. Franklin St., Suite 2141 Tampa, FL 33602 www .4ReasonableDoubt .com c RIIJ.JISSI Jackson Jr.'s RISillltill could Cost Pres. Obama Buvs Books To Promote Independent Shops ?< z 0 < m s: m m ::0 REP. JESSE JACKSON JR. CHICAGO, IL Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s extended leave of absence and eventual resignation from Congress may have tried his constituents' patience, but now it may be affecting their pocketbooks as well. President Barack Obama, with daughters Sasha, left, and Malia, center, goes shopping at a small bookstore, One More Page, in Arlington, Va., Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. According to a report the congressman's departure and the special election to replace him may cost taxpayers roughl y $s. i million. Illi nois will have to hold two s p e cia l e l ections to fill Jackson's sea t first a pri ma ry and then the general. Jackson Jr.'s district is so heavily Democratic that the winner of that ry would be heavily favored in the general. This November, Jackson Jr. handily won re-election with 63 percent of the vote. ARLINGTON, VA -President Barack Obama made a quick trip to a Virginia bookstore for some Christmas shopping. The president took his daughters, S"asha and Malia, to One More Page Books in Arlington Va. on Saturday afternoon. The White House says Pres. Obama was promot ing an effort called "small business Saturday" to encourage shoppers to patronize mom-and-pop busipesses after Thanksgiving. At the store, Pres. Obama held up his b BlackBerry, apparently looking up a book title as he spoke with shop owner en Eileen McGervey. He said m preparation was the key to his shopping z Pres. Obama brushed off a reporter' s question m about the looming f iscal ? cliff," saying we 're doing r Christmas shopping." !!l The White House says Z Pres. Obama bought 15 children's books that will be 5j given as Christmas gifts to family r en :::1: m c PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS m < m BARBAS SANDERS BUTLER&HovsEPIAN -f c: m en 0 Jd:"'IOtNBYS AND OOUNSBLOIIS Ja LAW Jimmie Butler Katherine Agll11n0 Automobile Accldenta Boat!Jet Ski Accklenta llotorcycle Accldenta 08fective Producta SUp and Fall Wrongful Deeth 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33806 813-254-6652 All InJury Clalma FIN InfOrmation Concerning au.!H icatlons & Experl9nce A vaila b le Upon Requea t TM hlllng of a n attorney Is a n I mporta nt decision that s houkl not be baSsecl eolely upon a.tcn you deCide uk us to MllCI you "" written lnl!lfTIWIIIon. GUILLERMO GOMEZ Criminal Defense Former Sta. te Prosecutor Both Federal & State GOMEZ & TOUGER, P.A. A T T 0 R N E y -S A T L A W AGGRESSIVE ATTORNEYS 813-876-6622 2310 N.ArmeniaAve Tampa, FL 33607 www .gotofloridalaw .com JOETOUGER Auto Accidents Personal Injury Criminal Defense FREE CONSULTATION 24 HOURS SERVICE )> z c ::0 c

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