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a: w -CD ::E w (,) w Business Owner Credits FamiiVWith Her Gift 01_ Giving C BY LEON B. CREWS >Wiyana Bailey, Amber f3 Black, and other staff :::l members of Royal Ti Hair tStudio, share the joy of giv-ing so much, they have passed it on to their customers. "In my first years of busi ness, we wanted to giye to support agencies that provide food, clothing, and shelter to others. This is our second year, and thanks to the suggestion of a customer, we decided to do it a little different this year. "For Thanksgiving, we gave back to our customers by preparing them a feast of appreciation. We served a lot of different dishes, and > conversations. We served about 25 customers." a: Ms. Bailey said this year, LL about 20 of their customers have agreed to do a gift exchange for Christmas. "It's just nice to be nice, 0 and with a giving spirit, I f3 feel this was fitting," said :::;, Ms. Bailey. t-"They give all year long, so why not give back. That's what royalty (Royal Ti)" w stands for here." Q w :I: WIYANA BAILEY Ms. Bailey said it's her nature to reach out to oth ers, and she's grateful and blessed to be in a position to help others. "I take nothing for granted, becau-se I know all of this could be gone tomorrow if it's God's will. "You have to stay humble and always work hard. You also can't be selfish, because it could be you wanting someone to reach out to help you." As a child, Ms. Bailey said she can't remember a time when she wasn't styling hair. She said she got her spirit of giving from her grandmother. "I saw my grandmother do it all the time, and s 'ometimes she would leave very l_ittle for herself. I guess it just came natural for me. "I'm lucky that I have a very supportive family, and my customers are also very loyal and supportive. We all share a vision of reaching out to others." Ms. Bailey_ said her ultimate goal as a business owner is to hire a bunch of people who are as motivated and professional as she is. "I think I was guided into my destiny by events in my life and looking back, I real ize it was the best thing that ever happened to me. "I spent 16 years working at Tampa General Hospital in medical records, and even during that time, I had a beauty salon. Leaving that job made me feel as if a load had been lifted off me." Ms. Bailey and her staff want to wish everyone a happy holiday, and wants everyone to look around at those not having a good Christmas, and do what you can to change that. 01--------------------------------------------------:::i m :::;) D. z ...J ...J :::;) Coordinator Wins Neighborhood Watch Award' m gt BY IRIS B. HOLTON Z Sentinel City w : For several years, Mrs. c Rosalie Jones has worked 0: with the Neighborhood g Watch Program in her cornu. munity. During the 1980s she became the Coordinator of the organizatiQn. Mrs. Jones said there is a reason for her dedication. "I want to keep my commu nity quiet and I have good people who work with me. We are very close knit." During the years, she has received various forms of recommendation. However, last month, Mrs. Jones was surprised when she was chosen as the recipient of the "2012 Outstanding Neighborhood Watch Award." "I was elated because I have never won anything like that before. This is the first award of this kind that N I have won and it is special," w Mrs. Jones said. CJ Mrs. Jones was nomi nated by CPP. Rebecca Mrs. Rosalie Jones, center, is shown with Major Diane Hobley Burney, left, and Police Chief Jane Castor at the Chief's Appreciation event. Mrs. Jones reCently was recently chosen as the recipient of the Outstanding Neighborhood Watch Award. Jones and Officer Kristina Duran. In the nomination, the officers wrote, "Her programs have put the word "neighbor" back into her neighborhood. Her success ful collaboration of collect ing and distributing school supplies for the children in Northview Hills .... She is always gathering education al crime fighting through the department to distribute to her neighbors. ... Mrs. Jones sets an excellent example of Civic leadership by working with the Supervisor of Elections 'and has been an official Poll Watcher for over 10 years," the officers wrote. Mrs. Jones was presented the award at the Chiefs Appreciation Event last month High School Earns Its First 'B" Grade BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor At one point, one high school was dealing with threats of closure. However, when the preliminary grades were released last week, Middleton High School was no longer in danger. In fact, the school pulled its grade up from a "D" last year to a "B." Principal Owen Young said Hillsborough County School Superintendent MaryEllen Elia, notified him on Thursday night. Young said, "I approach this with great humility. It took lots of hard work by the staff, students, and fac ulty. "This is an indicator of what happens when you believe in the children and when a commits itself to instructional practices that have,clear results of student learning for student achievement." This marks the first time OWEN YOUNG Principal of Middleton HighSchool that Middleton High School has received a "B" since it re-opened in 2002. "It is transformation at its best when a school goes from a state-level discussion of closing to a high performance culture that stresses achievement," Young said. According to the Florida Department of Education, the number of Florida high schools and combination high schools who received an "A" this year has increased to 231. Last year, 148 schools rose to that grade level. lotrm Cancer Center ReceiVes $10,000 Fro01 wa101art's 12 oavs 01 Giving' Holidav campaign Moffitt Program for Outreach Wellness Education and Resources to use money for Men's Health Forum in March Walmart is awarding $1o,ooo to the Moffitt Program for Outreach Wellness Education and Resources (M-POWER) as part of its "12 Days of Giving" holiday campaign. The M-POWER team at Moffitt Cancer Center will use the money to support outreach and prevention activities for the 13th annual Men's Health Forum. The free event will be held from 8 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. March 9 at the University of South Florida's Marshall Student Center. During 12 consecutive days in Dece.mber, Walmart will award a total of $1.5 million to 140 organizations across the country that are providing basic needs and services such as food, shelter, clothing and medical care. Moffitt's M-POWER team applied for Walmart's "12 Days of Giving" contest on Facebook, which had more tha:n 21,600 nomina tions. "Moffitt's mission is to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer. It is why we help organize events like the Men's Health Forum," said Venessa RiveraColon, M-POWER program manager. "It is important to educate the community about health issues, such as cancer, and provide screening and treatment services when necessary. The Men's Health Forum is a shared effort by Tampa area hospitals, health care organizations, churches, community organizations, and businesses to provide help to men who are unin sured, underinsured, or do not have a regular health care provider. Attendees will receive health care information and wellness screenings for a variety of. medical conditions, includ ing skin cancer blood pre s sure, and diabetes.

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IIDPIOVee Who Used Clients lnloriDation Indicted Last week, a federal grand jury indicted a Tampa woman on the charge that she used her position with a company to obtain personal information of individuals. She then allegedly provided that information for the purpose of committing tax fraud. According to court documents, Ms. Iesbia Jordan was employed at the Intermedix, a medical billing corporation. Ms. Jordan was employed at the Tampa office IESIUA .JORDAN between August 8, 2011 through October 3, 2012. Ms. Jordan allegedly obtained personal information from the company's computer system and provided it to other individuals. The information was used to file fraudulent income tax claims in the names of those individuals. Ms. Jordan was paid for the information, the court document said. Woan Appointed Is NUCP Epowerant Center Manager BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The president of the Hills borough County Branch of the NAACP recently appointed the Manager of the organization's Empowerment Center. She began her duties in December. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, who was recently elected for a second term as President of the Hillsborough County NAACP, selected Ms. Stephanie Brazen to serve as Manager. A native of Omaha, Ne braska, Ms. Brazell is bighly motivated and brings more than' twenty years of experi ence to the position . She has served as a communications expert for such companies as MCI AT&T, and Vonage. Ms. Brazell is a dynamic NAACP Empowerment Center Manager speaker who delivers powerful messages of personal empowerment and positive change. Her career goals include work ing within the community to provide resources, informa tion, and contacts to help members of the community make better and more in formed decisions. Ms. Brazell credits her success to her belief system and to her dedication to family. She also shares advice with young mothers who she comes in contact with. "I tell theni to teach your children to love and respect themselves and oth ers." In addition to working in the community, Ms. Brazell also believes in giving back the oommunity. Last year, she served as the Chairperson of the 2011 NAACP's Freedom Fund dinner. Additionally, she bas worked with Child Net, The Children 's Hospital, and served on the board of several organizations. Funds Raised For Police Ofticer BaRling Cancer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, the Tampa Police Benevolent Association raffled an !Pad as part of a fundraiser for one of their own. The proceeds from the raffle, along with other donations collected, will benefit the officer who is battling brain cancer. The raftle took place at 10 a.m at 10 a.m. The winner of the raffle was Ms. Bernadette Stevens, a Tampa Police employee. The raffle was designed to help bring financial relief to Detective John Belk. Detective Belk, 44, learned in August that he had the disease. Since learning of the illness ; the 6'8" officer was in need of a hospital bed that would fit his frame and other items. Detective Belk is currently living with his mother, Mrs. Betty Belnavis, in East Tampa. He is separated and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor oversaw the drawing for the IPad. Detective .John Belk, shown seated, as Greg Stout, presideJ:tt of the Police Benevolent Association watched. Detective Bel.k learned that he had brain cancer in August. He is a 19-year veteran with the police department. the father of two adult sons Mario and Johnathan. After graduating from high school, Detective Belk entered the Air Force aqd served 41/2 years. After returning home, --.Detective Belk learned that the Tampa Police Department was hiring mi norities. He has spent the last 8 years of his career in Uniform District III. Prior to becoming ill, Detective Belk enjoyed being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with kids. A Plant City native, he at tended the University of South Florida, where he became a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. _He graduated with a B. A in Criminology. Anyone wishing to send him cards or donations can send them to: Detective John Belk, C/0 the Tampa Police Department District III Office, 3808 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, FL 33610. Two Charged w Cashing Tax Checks At Crednunion LOUREN VELEZ Last Thursday, federal investigators arrested several people in connection with a income tax fraud scam. The arrests involved two separate investigations. According to court documents, Ms. Louren Velez, Ms. Beverly Denise McFadden, and Larry Walker, Jr., were arrested in connection with a scam at the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union. In April 2011, Ms. Velez was employed as a teller at the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union: At some point during that month, she was allegedly approached by Ms. BEVERLY DENISE McFADDEN bring checks for her to cash. Both Walker and Ms. McFadden had accounts at that branch. Ms. Velez told police that her share of the proceeds was approximately $25,000. The investigation that between April and August of 2011, Ms. Velez al legedly cashed 47 U. S. Treasury refund checks valued at $281,656.09 Ms. McFadden's account. An additional 8 U. S. Treasury refund checks, valued at $69,775.35 were cashed using Walker's account. After being approached by management in September 2011; Ms. Velez admitted her role in the scam. Police said 7 of the checks cashed were in the names deceased individuals. The de., r-0 ::D i5 )lo en m z m r-aJ c: ,-gJ z 'U McFadden, who asked her to cash a check in the name of another individual. Ms. Velez was to receive a portion of the check for cashing it, police said. fendants were processed C: the U. S. Marshal's Office and released on bond. 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Editorials/Columns .,; N a: w m :& w 0 w Q >-U) w ::::) 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLET1N PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Flor1da Sentinel Bulletin, P .O. Box 33453 Tampa. FL 33e01 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL c. Blythe Andrwwe 1901 (1MS) C. Bly1ha Andrwwe, .Jr. 1tt30-2010 S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS HI, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL&-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRISifOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGE_ R Momha Both Edltlona: $87.oo-Pw y_, 8oth Eclltlona. Op_._., __ .. ... I President Obama: Man 01 The Year I He beat out Matala Youstafzai (a Pakistani teenager who was severely injured for championing the right of girls to be educated in her country) and edged out Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, as. well as Apple CEO Tim Cook, and Italian physicist Fabiola Gi.:. _annati. Accepting the title of this year's Time magazine "Man of the Year," he joins such luminaries as Nelson 11. Mandela, fonner South African President and first C Black African to assume such post, who was Time's Man of the Year for 1990. And he joins Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who not only was given the presti a gious Man of the Year award in 1963, but in doing so, tn became the first African American ever to have done w ::::) ... w > w Q w % U) :::i m ::::) D. z ..J ..J ::::) m so. Therefore, is it any wonder that the 44th president of the United States should be given honor in celebration of his extraordinary accomplishments and personal presence? 12& Acts Ollindness: A New Movement I First it was the title of a bestselling book by author Dawna Mark-ova. Random Acts of Kindness be came a "must-read" for any American who considered himself or herself sensitive above and beyond the call of civility. iii Then it became the brainchild of an NBC news cor z respondent who, while covering the recent Sandy i= Hook Elementary School massacre, asked herself a ffi point-blank question, "What can I do?" Correspon U) dent Ann Curry hadn't long to wait for an answer. Her C own response was "Perform 26 acts of kindness" in i: commemoration for the 26 deaths in Newtown, Con0 necticut ..J IL Placed on Twitter and Facebook, the idea caught on like wildfire. More than 17,000 hits had been reported on Facebook with thousands of people lining up to actually perform what a perplexed news reporter had suggested. And now, we, at the Sentinel have picked up on this noble idea. And we're asking you to consider it with us for the following moment. Dawit Markova's runaway book, Random Acts of Kindness, was phenomenal because it was so simplistic. In the author's words, it "encouraged grace through the smallest gestures." Readers were coaxed into letting strangers get in front of them while waiting in line; they were advised not to be so aggressive while behind the wheel. In essence, they were asked to be nice for no particular reason. Ann Curry is asking the same thing. However, this time, she's requesting that we be nice 26 times. We, at the Sentinel say, "Let's up the ante. Let's make it 26 times 26, not simply for one day, but for every day." No doubt, with that attitude, we might not oDly change America, but we could change the world. Well, readers, are you game? If so, then let your 26. acts ofkindness begin right now; S9mehow. As a mat ter of fact, let us know what you've done. Merrv Chrlsunas And Haun Kwanzaa: Hlstorv Ollwama More and more Black Christians are beginning to realize that we can celebrate both Christmas and Kwan zaa without fear of being called sacrilegious. Even though during the beginning years of Kwanzaa (1966), its founder, Maulana Karenga in tended for the celebration to become an alternative to Christianity, Karenga al tered his position in response to Black Christians who became alienated and opposed the idea of Kwan.zaa as a Christian substitute. Initially, Karenga ex plained his opposition to Christianity, saying, "Chris tianity was a white religion that Black people should shun." As a member of the Black Nationalist movement of the 1960s and the Us Or ganization at the time, Karenga created Kwanzaa as the first "specifically African American holiday" ... an "alternative to the existing holiday and to give Blacks an opportunity to cel ebrate themselves and his tory, instead of imitating the practice of the dominant so ciety." First celebrated in 1966 1967, Kwanzaa is a week long celebration honoring our African and African American heritage and cul ture December 26th through January 1t. The observance features a daily lighting of one candle each day for seven days. The candle holder (Ki nara) represents African American roots and holds seven eandles three red on the left of the Kinara, a single black candle in the middle and three green candles on the right side of the Kinara. The black candle represents the color of African Ameri cans and the green and red candles represent the hope and the hilis of Africa and the struggle of Blacks in America respectively. The name Kwanzaa is a Swahili (East African) phrase (matunda ya Kwanzaa) meaning "first fruits of the harvest." During the 196o's, Swahili language was a symbol of the Pan-Afracanism movement. Each day of Kwanzaa, one of the following seven princi ples of African heritage (Nguzu Saba) is celebrated during the daily lighting of a candle on the Kinara: unity (Umoja), self-determina tion (KJ9ichagulia), col lective work and responsibility, (Ujima), co operative economics (Ujamaa), purpose (Nia), ThB StlnllnBI creativity (Kuumba), and faith (Imani). Karenga referred to these principles as a "com munitarian African philoso phy" and "the best of African thought and practice in con stant exchange with the world." The Swahili term, Kawaida (tradition and rea son) is used to describe the seven principles collectively. Kwanzaa celebration tradi tions include the use of the colors red, green and black which were important sym bols in ancient Africa, and the use of seven symbols, each having a Swahili name. The colors are used in deco rating the home or oommu nity centers, and in clothing worn during each day of the celebration. As a tradition, involving children in Kwanzaa cere monies, reading and/ or dis cussing one of the principles for the day, expressing love and gratitude for our ances tors, passing around and drinking from a common chalice by all family mem bers and libations take place each day after lighting the candle for the day. Kwanzaa celebrations usually end with a feast (Karamu) on the evening of December 31st in which fam ily members gather, dressed in African garb and dine on African and African Ameri can foods. These celebra tions will take place throughout our local Bay Area. Next week, join me in a Karamu and description of Kwanza symbols. Until then, Harambee. Will Have Amended Holiday Hours and Street Distribution. Distribution New Years Week: Sunday, December 30th (Tuesday Edition) Thursday, January 3rd (Friday Edition) All Copy Needs To Be In 1 Week In Advance. Office Will Be Closed New Years Eve a New Years Day.

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-t c: Pres. Obama p l-cks Pres. obama 10 Pres Obama Holdc Visit Wounded 1n1 John lerrv As warrion AI Onlv 21nauuural Balls Secretarv Of State walter Reed President Barack Obama (L) embraces Senator John Kerry after nominating him to be country's next secretary of state, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on December 21, 2012. President Barack Obama on Friday nominated Senator John Kerry as his new secretary of state, as he began to reshape his national security team for a second term clouded by increased global turmoil. Kerry, 69, a decorated Vietnam War veteran, defeated former presidential candidate and foreign policy sage, will succeed Hillary Clinton, who is stepping down after four years as the top U. S. diplomat. "Over these many years, John's earned the respect and confidence of leaders around the world," Pres. Obama said at the White House as he announced Kerry's nomination, his first second-term cabinet pick. "He is not going to need a lot of on the job-training." "I think it's fair to say that few individuals know as many presidents and prime ministers or grasp our foreign policies as firmly as John Kerry." Olive Garden, Red lobster Opposition To Obamacare Backfires NEW YORK After new ad campaigns touting the quality of its food failed to spark sales, the parent company of Olive Garden and Red Lobster is retooling its strategy to attract diners with more promotional deals. The shift comes after Darden Restaurants Inc. earlier this fall moved to update the image of its flagship chains and appeal to younger diners in their 20s and 30s, who increasingly prize fresh, high-quality ingredients. In addition to those shifting tastes, Darden and other casual dining chains such as Applebee's are dealing with customers who are being more careful about where and how often they eat out in the weak economy. In a conference call with analysts Thursday, the com pany also stressed that none of its full-time employees would be put on part-time status as a way to limit costs tied to new health care regulations. Darden noted a publicity backlash over its tests to use more parttimers hurt sales in the lat est quarter. PRES. BARACK OBAMA President Barack Obama took a "fiscal cliff' break on Thursday afternoon to visit Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he met with wounded veterans and their families. The center, located in Bethesda, Md., replaced the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, which was closed in 2011. Pres. Obama Hails lnouvals Pivotal Role Modal President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, former President Bill Clinton, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada stand as the casket is brought in at the funeral service for the late Sen. Daniel Inouye, DHawaii, at the Washington National Cathedral. WASHINGTON President Barack Obama says the late Democratic Sen. Daniel Inouye showed him "what might be possible in my own life." In a memorial service at the National Cathedral, Pres. Obama recalled a boyhood memory of watching Inouye, the first Japanese-American to serve in Congress, during hearings in the 1970s on the Watergate scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon. He said the experience left him with a sense of what serVing in government was all about. He said he had watched a man full of "grace and dignity." The president said Friday: "Danny Inouye was perhaps my earliest political inspira tion." Other political leaders hailed Inouye for his career, spirit and selflessness Vice President Joe Biden said: "When people talked about loving Danny, they meant it." The Hawaii lawmaker was the second-longest serving senator in U.S. history The wounded World War II veter an died Monday of respiratory complications at age 88 In this Jan. 20, 2009 file photo, President Barack Obama dances with First Lady Michelle Obama at the Western Inaugural Ball in Washington. WASHINGTON With his nation under financial strain, President Barack Obama is restricting the inaugural balls to the lowest number in 6o years, with just two official parties plus a concert honoring military families . The subdued celebration revealed Thursday is a big cut in reveling from the 10 balls Pres. Obama attended four years ago. Planners say the austerity in festivi ties is a reflection of tough economic times and an effort to minimize the burden on law enforcement, ec,., ,J Family Center, Inc. other security personnel and Washington residents. Both balls are being planned at the Washington Convention Center on Monday, Jan. 21, the evening of Pres. Obama's public inauguration at the Capitol on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Under the Constitution, the president's second term begins Jan. 20 at noon, but he'll be sworn in privately at the White House -with limited media coverage since inaugural celebrations traditionally aren't held on Sundays The F1mlly Enrichment Center would /Ike you to know 2 things1. "Thank you" to thoH of you that responded to Mid for quallfitd foster parents! We stiiiiWd fost8r pnnts, so for the datet of our upcoming dau/n 20131 and finally. .. 2. We want to wish you a vert Meny Christmas and the prayer that you recognize the hope and }t1Y thlt time of the year not symbolizes, but f?rlnp to ant Thi Enrlchmerit Center, Inc. (813) 237 X26 CHECK US: OUT. ONLINE WWW.FLSENTINR.CO www.facebook.com/Asentinel www.twitter .com/Asen6nelb

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MIKEMO Wishing my #1 stunna a happy birthday on 12/26. It's countdown time now huny home, Bae. Y'all see him! Love, Lady Solo. I lapnlolldavs I JARRED, a.k.a 'IWIN Shouting out a Meny Christ mas and a Happy New Year to youBrah. From your family and friends out here. We miss you and love you, man. Keep your head up in there... see you soon! A IIPPV Birthdav Wish ARTHUR. CHAVIS, JR. Happy birthday! You are blessed. IIPPV Binhdav I realize he may not be as perfect as I see him, yet in my eyes and in my heart, there's no one else on earth more genuine and precious than my one and only love. "Poncho," Merry Christ mas and happy blessed birth day. Love: Michelle, your mom and Te-Te. PONCHO And MICHELLE Merrv ChriSIIIIS TERRANCE MOORE Miss you very much. Keep your spirit up Keep God with you. Love: mom, dad, brothers, children and family. ,. SsnllntJI Will Have Amended Holiday Hours and Street Distribution. Distribution New Years Week: Sunday. December 30th (Tuesday Edition) Thursday. January 3rd (Friday Edition) Copy Needs To Be In 1 Week In Advance. Office Will Be Closed I New Years Eve I New Years Day.

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Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) More work means more sav ings. Postpone expansion and stash the riches. You' re really on your game this month. You have a distinct advantage. Forward an inspir ing cause. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Complete one game, and begin a new one this month. Learn from a master, and get inspired. Lux uriate with time in solitude. Eat slowly and weli. Gather additional benefits. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)There's an inspection or test, and you get farther than expected. For the next month, your team is hot. Let the kids do their share. Stash away Winnings. Aries (March 21-April19)-There's no way to go but full speed ahead. Follow your vision, and release old paradigms. Accept a new serVice opportunity with determination. Easily sell your bril liant idea. Taurus (April 20May 20) -Do the work to get the best re sults. List problems to be solved. Travel, education and publishing are favored this month Share ideas, don't hoard them. Ask for help. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Provide excellent service and complete numbers as you plunge into a busy work month. Back up talk with action. A friend connects you to someone influential who has a common cause. Cancer (June 21-July 22) Finish a tough job that pays better than expected. Invest in domestic comfort. This month, delegate to a perfectionist. Take your partner on a trip. Take notes. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Go ahead and commit. It could seem risky. You could take a loss. There s more work coming. Put your heart into it. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You're especially affectionate this month. Listen to creative ideas. Confidential information helps you save. Invest in your home. Dividends come later. Measure success in healthy food, water and famHy. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You're gaining confidence. Condi tions are good for a family discussion. Convince your team of their awesomeness. Be a calming influence Press for action. Put your house in order this month. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Focus on studies and learn quickly Your mood is infectious, so choose one you'd like replicated. Conserve resources and update home technology by barter. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Imagine you have what you want. Consult an authority and talk over all angles, obsessing on the details. The money s available this month. Take persistent action. Hear someone who's angry. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Eric and Pam make prepa rations for their first Christmas without Stephanie ; Steffy becomes overly cocky about how well things are going for her personally and professionally ; Hope tells Liam about Rick s deception. No updates available for Dec. 25. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole convinces Eric to share what he was dreaming about; Sami tells Caroline about how she's feeling pulled in two different directions by her feelings for two men; EJ and Chad visit Lexie's grave site; Kayla tells Abe not to make any Christmas plans No updates available for Dec. 25 GENERAL HOSPITAL-No updates available YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -No updates available. Harry Bing, Myrna Bing, County Commissioner Sandra Wilson and Ric Rollins, WIVf Fox 13 New Reporter attended the Annual Male Club Fashion Show. The Sentinel 'Around the Town' photographer took this picture of Darryl Walker, Ruby Daniels, Jerry Henry and Ann Daniels at the Overstreet-Nicholson wedding. ., r-0 a! en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r-!!l z "'tJ c: aJ r-Cii :a: m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., a! c

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News west Riverlrontleader Contused Bv Multiple Plans For West Tampa 0 w c >-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter ole( en West Riverfront Neigh: W borhood Association and Crime Watch President, Ms. Ruth McNair, said there are so many meetings going on about the redevelopment of West Tampa, she doesn't know which way to turn. "I've attended town hall meeting hosted by Ed Turanchik, and we've had our own community meetings. I also know that the West Tampa CDC, West Tampa Community Group, West Tampa Chamber of Com merce, and the Tampa Housing Authority have been holding meetings. "I'm confused, because I thought we were supposed to be unified when it comes to the future of our community. From what I've been c hearing and reading, it ii: seems like groups have split u. off from the mainstream c z community, and developed c( their own plans." Ms. McNair said at last c en w ;:::) ..... it w Gj c w :I: en ::::i ID ;:::) Q. z ...J ...J ;:::) count, she understood there were at }east four plans being circulated for the rede velopment of West Tampa. "I'm at a loss to what direction this is going, and I don't know what is real and what isn't. I do know that with all these plans going around, none of them seem to mention what the people want. It's always what the people in these groups want. "We need to come to gether and have a single MS. RUTH MCNAIR scheme." Ms. McNair said she wants to see something that addresses the needs of the community, like a grocery store and a pharmacy. She said she also wants the Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park to remain a community park instead of a tourist destina tion. "Attracting more people to the park will impact the surrounding community the same as the events various groups held at the park a couple of summers ago. "There are too many peo ple speaking on our behalf who haven't talked to us first. All of the community leaders need to come gether and speak out on what they would like to see happen." Ms. McNair said she, and other members of her association, have talked with members of the City Council, and they've all assured them that any final draft of a plan would have to be approved by them. "They also don't have a grip on all the other plans. The Council members said they will reflect the concerns and interest of their con stituents. "A lot of them, like us, are getting information from published stories, and they want to be at the forefront." Ms. McNair said Mayor Bob Buckhorn has already said what he would like to see happen at the park, and they aren't in agreement with any of his plans. "It seems to me a lot of different meetings are being held and very little notice is going out, and it seems peo ple at these meetings have personal agendas." Ms. McNair said repre sentatives with the Steward's Foundation are supposed to be attending their commu nity meeting next month to go over what their part is in the proposed remodeling of the park. The Steward's Foundation currently has a 25-year lease to use facilities and parking spaces at the park. Council members discussed two weeks ago that the organiza tion is in violation of the agreement because they have failed to construct a building to house their equipment. Mayor Buckhorn sug gested the Steward's Foun dation be left alone until a final decision has been made on the future of the park. He also said the Steward's Foundation would play a di rect role in that decision. ID ...J w z i= z w woman Wins Banle To Keep Her Grandson Out 01 Alternative School en School systems across the country have waged cam a: paigns to deal with bullying. 0 For the most part, it has been a successful campaign, but not when it comes to Alterna tive Schools. Alternative Schools are dis ciplinary institutions for problem students that can't function emotionally in a reg ular school setting. When Ms. Phyllis Dukes found out her grandson was being sent to the Brandon Al ternative School, she initially felt the tough environment would do him some good. However, she quickly discov ered she had underestimated the problems kids in alterna tive schools have. "My grandson would come home telling me stories about being bullied and abused by co some of the students," said w Ms.Dukes. "At first, I just thought he was complaining, because he wanted to stay in regular school. But, after a school visit, I discovered everything he told me was true." Ms. Dukes said what she witnessed frightened her, and she's an adult. She can't imag ine what impact is must have had on her 14-year-old grand son. "It was horrible. I wit nessed kids threatening and cursing teachers, and just generally being disrespectful to authority. "They would bully the stu dents they knew weren't there because of violence." Ms. Dukes said she saw students openly walking around with drugs, cursing their parents and teachers, and generally not caring." After numerous phone calls in an effort to have her grand son put into a different pro gram, Ms. Dukes was successful in getting her grandson into a home educa tion program. "That's a lot better, because I can keep a closer eye on him, and try to keep him from making the same mistakes that got him into trouble. "I think the school district needs to seriously investigate what happens at these alter native schools, because I be lieve some of those kids are just criminals, and shouldn't be in that kind of school." Ms. Dukes thanks School Board member, Doretha Edgecomb, and Walter Shaffner, the Director of Al ternative Schools for Hillsbor ough County. "I'm happy they listened to me, and helped me find some thing else for my grandson. I just knew if he had stayed in that school in Brandon, some thing terrible would have hap pened to him." Agencies Join For Maior Sulphur Springs Cleanup On December 81h, the City of Tampa's Clean City Division, Code Enforcement Division and Hillsborough County Code Enforcement joined forces for a major cleanup in the Sulphur Springs area. Division Supervisor, Bobby Jones, said along with those agencies, several community service workers were also used. "We concentrated on the al leyways, and started at 7 a. m. We finished up at 2 p.m. and collected 12.5 tons of debris." Jones said the majority of what they found in the alleys was the result of illegal dumping. "There were a lot of alleys overgrown, but the majority of them had things like furniture, electronics, brush piles, tires, and other items associated with illegal dumping. "We've found that in most cases, any item that is easily disposable is dumped in an al leyway or dead end street." Jones said the city will dis pose of all the items collected, and they will inspect the area again later to see if there is a need to establish some kind of vigilance to deal with the ille gal dumping. Bav Citv Steppers-Fastest Growing Dancers In Bav Area Bay City Steppers: Jacques Sanders, Darrell Robertson, Lenore Robertson, Charnell Williams, Pete Regal, Tish Robinson and Ike Anderson. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor If you're not familiar with the Bay City Steppers, all you have to do is stop by the By City Elks Lodge on Colum bus Dr. and 29th St., the first Friday of each month, 8 p. m. for the I -4 Corridor event (Tampa, Lakeland, Or lando). According to husband and wife team, Darrell and Lenore Robertson, Bay City Steppers was founded on January 14, 2012. "Our mission is to enrich the lives of the people in the community through the art of dancing," says "Our objective," says Leonore, "is to promote healthy living and. enhance the quality of life from the benefit of dancing through classroom instruction, work shops and educational pro grams for the community and special events." The stepping that the Bay City Steppers do is not the stepping that you may have in mind that young people or social/fraternity 1 sorority or ganizations do. It developed out of Chicago during the 1950s and '6os. "It's Chicago-style step ping (dancing), Swing and Urban Line Dancing. Every step you take is a step in the right direction to enhance your life through health and fitness," Darrell explains. It takes a special DJ who knows the kind of smooth, melodic music to accompany the 8-count step. "Music by }{em and Mary J. Blige is goes well with the dance," he stated. The Bay City Steppers partnered with the Bay City Elks Lodge #268 and Tem ple #158 to not only perform Chicago-style dancing, but to do community outreach as well. They fed families for Thanksgiving, hosted a toy drive with #268, donated school supplies to a selected school and presented a book scholarship to an oratorical winner. Classes are conducted on Saturdays, 4-6 p. m. by a Chicago instructor (Jaques Sanders has gone back to Chicago, but looking to return soon). The current in structor is Tish Robinson. "This is a great fellowship for couples and a great so cial, clean atmosphere to meet a partner. One couple, Charnell and Ike met dur ing the classes and they will soon be getting married," Darrell said.

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Loca local Dentist Hosts First Annual 'Dentistrv From The Heart' Event On Friday, December 141h, T. Merrell Williams, DMD, presented his first annual "Dentistry From The Heart" event at his office on North Armenia Avenue. The event featured free dental care for patients in need, including cleaning or extractions. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) Fellow dentists attending the event were: Dr. Jerry Copeland, Dr. Nikki Morganti, Dr. Claudia Vergara, and host, Dr. T. Merrell Williams. Wearing beautiful smiles at the event were: Keyanesha Edwards, Courtney Minor, and Jahaira Rodriguez. In this group photo are: Volunteer, Kenisha; Volunteer, Ryan; Samantha, Dental Assistant for Dr. Williams; Jahaira, Lead Assistant for Dr. Williams; Camille, Office Manager for Dr. Williams; Toni, Business Assistant for Dr. Williams; Joy, Office Practice Administrator for Dr. Williams; Chaunkia, Business Assistant for Dr. Williams, and Rob, a volunteer. The casualties of street warfare extend to the children left behind We want to stop the cycle of hate with purposeful acts of LOVE. TOY GIVEAWAY EXPANDED TO ENTIRE COMMUNITY. TOY SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED. ALL ARE WELCOME. TO REGISTER CALL: 813-&42-7223 or register online at http:! /whoseblrthday22.eventzilla.net Fruit of Glory Ministries will hold its Annual Christmas Outreach _"Whose Birthday is it anyway?" Saturday, December 22, 2012 0 G's Place 2 p.m. -6 p.m. 3040 W. Cypress St. Tampa, FL 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 first step toward PEACE. c m 0 m s:: tD m :::c N U1

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N c; Loca N u; N a: w m w 0 w c Middleton Class 0112-13 Christmas Panv >=' ic( c en w ::::) ... c ff: The folks in the Middleton High Class of 1972/1973 gathered recently for a holiday celebration. Some of those in attendance were: Debra Williams, Barbara Shazer, C Albertine Joyner, Gwenda Hayes, Andre Walker, Viola Johnson, Belinda Carson, Veronica Parker, Mary Kirkland, Carolyn Jackson and Reginal Brown. z c( c en w ::::) ... Scon Familv Gathers In Tampa For Reunion w > w c w :::t: en ::::; m ::::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J u.. The Scott Family gathered in Tampa a few days ago for their reunion. The family originated out of Greenville, Alabama and migrated to Pensacola, FL in the 1930s. In later years, some would drift to the Tampa Bay area. Effie and Rosa Lee W Pierra Clinton, Dierra CJ Clinton and Kierra Clinton if from Pensacola. Scott were the parents of 9 children; 5 are surviving. Tampa residents Horace and Bernadine Currie coordinated and hosted the recent reunion. The banquet was held at the Howard Johnson and there were also other activities. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Ann Ingram and Anna Brown received a photo of their mom. Scott family members gathered for this photo are: Destiny, Kierra, Dierra, LaTrisha, John, Jr., Rose Scott, Aniece, Lonnie Scott, Sr., Ann Ingram, Lonnie Scott, Jr., Lonnie Scott, III, Pierra, Ricardo, Regina, Cheryl, Lilly, Bernadine, Aquanis, Leonard, Jr., Anna Linda, Percy, James, Chatay, Wanda, Rosetta, LeVonia, Horace, Tyrone, Elderige, Michael, Iesha and Reese Lilly Vickers and James Vickers were in town from Lauderhlll, FL. Aniece Clinton, Lonnie Scott, Sr., Ann Ingram, Linda Scott and Cheryl Scott.

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Local ffi Walker Familv And Friends Cruise 2012 The Walker Family and Friends Cruise 2012left from the Port Everglades for an 8-day adventure. This year the group stopped off in Grand Turk, La Romana, Dominican Republic, Curacao and Aruba. Everybody reported having a grand time. Those who were on the cruise: Wilmon and Lillie Walker, Evelyn Daniels, Renia Curintron, Cyresa Curinton, Dontiavea Clark, Ajaniree Curinton, Rosalind Joes, Reniya Jones, Vevelyn Bennett, Gary Vaughn, Flora Williams, Brittany Williams, Jerry and Carrie Alexander, Justine Hayes, Margory Worrels, Viola White, Bernice Williams, Margaret Prince, Gloria Barnes, Neloweze Bell, Linda Stevenson, Darren DeCosta, Wanda DeCosta, Desarai DeCosta, Jadra DeCosta, Jean Tim, Willie Mae Williams, Julius Cochran, Deidra Cochran, Anthony Argo, Miarita Argo, John Sosa, Marilyn Horton and Emily Caldron. Missing from the photo: Katrenia Rodriguez, Tyera Rodriguez, Debra Alston, Letecia Nathan, Duane Jones, Jaylene Ulanga-Navarro, Andre Blackwell, Sylvia Wilson, Edwin Toy, Mark Alexander, Gloria Alexander, LaShaye Wingate, Sylvester Henry, James Coleman, Michael Wells, Phyllis Wells, Justina Torres and Anna Maria Rodriguez. Mavor Stans Internal Fraud, waste, Abuse Hotline Mayor Bob Buckhorn announced that the City of Tampa will start a hotline for employees to anonymously report instances of waste, fraud, and abuse in February 2013. "Every tax dollar should go towards making Tampa a better place to live, work, and play. Our employees serve with honesty and integrity, and this gives them a new mechanism to help us prevent fraud, waste, and abuse," Mayor Buckhorn said. The goal is for the hotline to give employees an opportunity to report sig nificant instances of fraud, waste, or abuse anonymously. All employees will be able make a report anonymously either via phone to the hotline or via a third-party website. The Internal Audit Department will manage the hotline for City employees. Instances of fraud, waste, or abuse include, but are not limited to, the follow ing: Inefficient or wasteful use of city resources; Official misconduct or con flicts of interest; Personal use of City-owned vehicles or equipment; Violations of City procurement policy; and Tampering with public records. Once operable, City employees will be able to report instances of fraud, waste, or abuse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The City will contract with The Network, Inc. who manages anonymous report hotlines. Assisted living Residents Get Give-1-Wav Baskets For The Holidavs en c c m o m s::: rD m :::D Thanks to the Barksdale Senior Center, the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, and a lot of volunteers, res idents at the Hanna Oaks Assisted Living Facility were the N 0 recipients of Give-A-Way Baskets and gifts. 1\) All of the residents were grateful for the baskets, and for the chance to meet the people responsible. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) In this photo are volunteers: Harriet McNealy, Rosa Hartsfield, Carman Medina, Mary Beth, Gwen Peters, Kathlen Mufi, Sherry Youngblood, Jon E. Redish, Juanita Martelo, Annette Gambrell, Angie Davis, Otis Wilson, Director of Operations, and Dorothy Williams. In this photo is 15 year career caregiver, Dorothy Williams. Mr. Bill and Sherri Youngblood were among the volunteers cheering up the residents. 1\) Staff of Hanna Oaks Oeft to right): Angeline Davis (CNA), Ci) Otis Wilson (Dir. Of Operations), and Kathleen Mufi (Activity m Dir.). :

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; Local East Tampa Organization Hosts Tree lighting Celebration m :E w 0 w c >=' ic( c CJ) w ::::> 1-N .,.. On Friday, December 14th, the East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership's Aes thetics and Beautification Sub-Committee their fifth annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration. The event was held at the Cyrus Greene Community Cen ter, and along with the free enter tainment, Santa distributed back packs filled with groceries, and some children got new bicycles. Guest speaker for the event was Chloe Coney, District Di rector for the Office of Con gresswoman Kathy Castor. (PHOTOGRAPHY. BY BRUNSON) Aesthetics Beautification Sub-Committee Chair person, Denese Meteye-James, poses with Cindy in front of some of the bicycles given to kids in the community. Members of Potter Elementary School's Chorus are: lind say Blanc (teacher), Maya Crumbsy, Krystal Hann, Malonna Fleming, Mariangeli Lopez, Derica Allan, Michael Sanders, Shakima Williams, and Kristine Knight. Attending the tree lighting event were: From left to right are: Mary Joy, Treasurer; Ida Campbell, Secretary; Julius Cartwright, President, NAREB; Danny Felton, Regional Vice President; Booker Pickett, incoming President; and Dwight Mc-Donald, Vice President. Tichina Knight, Tanaijah Wilcox, and Mar garet Wilcox. Students from Lockhart Magnet participated in the tree lighting. School District, NUCP Host'End Of Year Celebration' On Friday; December 14th, Hillsborough County Public Schools Office of Supplier Diversity and the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP, invited ven dors to their "End OfYear Celebration." The event was held at the Dr. Sam J. Horton Instructional Services Center on North 40th Street, and included a lunch/networking session. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) In this photo are Yvette Lewis, and Hills borough County Branch NAACP President, Dr. Carolyn Collins. School Board member, Ms. Doretha Edgecomb, ad dressed those in attendance for the celebration. Hillsborough County Pub lic Schools Superintendent, MaryEllen Elia, spoke to the crowd. Posing for this photo at the celebration were: Darrell T. Forte, Millennium Technol ogy, Group LLC, Ben Moore, Hillsborough County Public School Office of Supplier Di versity, and Attorney Robert Morrison. W In this photo Oeft to right) are: Leondra Robinson, R. Colette Glover-Hannah, and f ACThomas. Lynette Darrell and Twila Wells attended the celebration. School Board member, Susan Valdez attended the event. Attending the celebration were: Melissa Kay, and Caz Youhouse, Diversified Business Machines.

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rem1er1ng o av Usher wresue11 Cuba Gooding Jr., Vanessa over Frosted Flakes Williams Broadwav-Bound With the help of his b m D ] d d y Cu a Gooding Jr.. ,. mentor, a slave-turned' ;::; Put hl s t Vanessa Williams and .... bounty hunter sets out to 100 m in his Condola Rashad will be ::D rescue his wife from a brumouth in a joining Cicely Tyson on N tal Mississippi plantation 1 "The Trip to Bountziful." .?' owner. m a J 0 r Y N a w k w a r d Producers said Thursday o Director and Writer: Quentin Tarantino. way, and it DIDDY And that the trio have signed up N S was all to star in a revival of Horton CUBA GOODING, JR. And tars: Jamie Foxx, USHER caught on Foote's moving play about VANESSA WILLIAl\{S Kerry Washinton, Christoph Waltz and tape. In a recording-which acceptance and coming an Emmy Award winner, will looks like it was taken from home. It first appeared on now have some glittering Leonardo DiCaprio h" lb 1 Broadway in 195. 3 and beamong other cast members. IS a urn re ease party two company onstage: Gooding Fat Joe Pleads Guiltv To Federal Tax Evasion NEW ARK, NJ Rap star "Fat Joe" has pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion. The performer, whose real name is Joseph Cartagena entered the plea Thursday to a charge of failing to pay taxes on more than $1 mil lion of income in each of 2007 and 2008. The 42-year-old Miami Beach, Fla., resident ap peared in federal court in New Jersey because some of the companies he earns money from are incorporated there. He re-FAT JOE mained free but faces up to two years in prison when he's sentenced in April. lhe Dra1111 Colllinues: ...... ShoPPi.lroulllllaked Photos 01 Cleo RAPPER AP-9 And COCO Gangster turned rapper turned actor, lce-T, 54, was shocked and humili ated when photos surfaced all over the internet of his wife of 7 years, Coco, 33, in the arms of another man Oakland rapper, AP.9: while in Las Vegas perform ing in a peepshow lce-T took it to the Tweets, slam ming Coco for her "mis conduct" and the blonde bombshell apologized profusely, saying they were only pictures, but she was wrong. "AP has been bragging that he has photos of Coco with him in a private in Vegas, and that in some of them she's on a bed, totally naked!" "He's been putting feel ers out to see if people want to buy the pictures and he's claiming they're really sala cious and that a LOT more happened with Coco than just them posing in a night club. Kanve To Spend Christmas With Kim And FamiiV In los Angeles KIM KARDASHIAN And KANYE WEST It's going be a very Kimye Christmas! Kim Kardashian is bringing boyfriend Kanye West home for the holidays. The couple will spend Christmas with the entire Kardashian family in Los Angeles, and according to Rob Kardashian, the rapper can expect to be treated to a very merry day. "We all sleep over at the house, and on Christmas morning we wake up at like 6 AM and do presents," Kim's brother said. "They all make breakfast, all the girls. We watch basketbalL It's a family day." Rob said everyone will be home for the day, including sisters Khloe and Kourt ney (and her two kids, Mason and Penelope), and the crew may see a jollie:r side of their brother than they're used to. "I might be Santa this year," he said with a laugh. years ago where an unlucky came a 1985 film starring has an Oscar, Williams is a model's hair caught on fire-Geraldine Page. Tony and Emmy nominee, Diddy talked about sharing Tyson, who is an Acad -and Rashad has a Tony the sheets with a young emy Award nominee and is nomination for "Stick Fly." Usher. The encounters (strictly platonic of course) occurred when the HipHop mogul was of age, and Usher was only 10. "That's my brother right here, from day one we used to wake up, and -I mean, damn, pause. But, like check this out ... he starts amid laughter from Kevin Hart, and a mean side-eye from Usher. "I mean, I mean .. ;back in the days, when he was like 10 and I was a little bit older ... we used to fight over the Frosted Flakes. Ya know what I'm saying, before pause was in vented." Chrvsler Ad Features Motown Records Founder Berrv Gordv DETROIT-Chrysler re cruited hometown star Eminem for a 2011 Super Bowl ad that was taglined, "Im ported From Detroit." The automaker is going back to that well with an ad campaign it launched Thurs day relying Motown Records founder Berry Gordy. Gordy's line is a play on the Eminem spot that fea tured the rapper driving a sleek Chrysler through the streets of Detroit, proudly cruising by the city's landmarks. In his case, the BERRY journey GORDY ended at Detroit's Fox The atre, where he pointed to the camera and defiantly stated: "This is the Motor City, and this is what we do." ., r 0 ::D en m z ::1 z m r m c: r r m ::1 z "U c: m r c;; ::1: m C m < m -t c: m en c )> z c ., c

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c a: LL c z c( Barber Wins Pro Bowl Fanvounu RONDE BARBER Wrapping up his 16th NFL season, Tampa Bay Buccaneer free safety, Ronde Ba.-ber, has won the fan voting portion of participating in this year's Pro Bowl. Barber, who has managed to stay virtually injury free throughout his career, played the position of cor nerback up until this sea son, when new head coach, Greg Schiano, moved him to free safety. Judging by votes from the fans, Barber's productivity didn't suffer from the change of position, and he has given no indication he intends to retired after this season. Jets Will look To Trade Mark Sanchez, Could Go After Michael lick, lnOnseason The New York Jets' quarterback situation now resembles a dumpster fire to which another dumpster fire has been added, and there may be more ignition to this series of disasters in the offseason. The Jets will look to trade Mark Sanchez and his untenable contract when the 2012 season is over. That will be tough, but the Jetsdm:l't have many other options. Were they to cut Sanchez, who threw four interceptions against the Tennessee Titans on "Monday Night Football" and has been benched in favor of former thirdstringer Greg McElroy, they would suffer a hit of son Tim Tebow, the next step for that team might be a play for current Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, who will almost certainly find his way out of Philadelphia when the current season is over and major coaching changes undoubtedly hap-pen. $17.1 million against their 'lit 2013 salary cap. The 32-year-9ld Vick has not played since Nov. 11, when a concussion --and the franchise's desire to see what it had in rookie quar terback Nick Foles -side lined him for the rest of the season. Vick is due $15.5 million in base salary in 2013 as part of the six-year, $100 million contract he signed in August of 2011, but he's as likely to see that as Sanchez is likely to see his base salary on any other team. If the Jets find a willing CJ trade partner, or are forced to keep Sanchez and jettiCubs Reach Four-Year Agreement With Jackson Edwin Jackson was 10-11 with a 4.03 ERA with the Nationals last season. CHICAGO The Chicago Cubs have agreed to a four-year, $52 million contract with right-hander Edwin Jackson. The Cubs will be the eighth team in 11 years for the 29-year-old Jackson, who also pitched for the White Sox. He is 70-71 life time with a 4.40 ERA. He was 10-11 with a 4.03 ERA for W ashingtonlast season. lsiah Thomas To Join NBA TV As Studio Analvst ISAIAH THOMAS ATLANTA -Hall of Farner Isiah Thomas will join NBA TV as a studio analyst. Thomas debuted Friday and make several appearances a month. He'll also be a regular contributor to NBA.com. The 12-time -All-Star point guard led the Detroit Pistons to two NBA titles. But he's more recently remembered for his stint running the New York Knicks, who failed to win a playoff game with Thomas as coach or president. Thomas coached in col lege at Florida International for three seasons before being fired in April with a record of 26-65. Iovan Belcher Told Jumpon That He Would Shoor His Girlfriend More details are being released from the murder suicide of Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend, Kassandra Perkins The 25-year-old allegedly had a side piece with whom he texted about killing Perkins, "if she didn't leave him alone." The woman who received the text is said to have thought Belcher's claims were a joke, as he wrote that the mother of his infant daughter "knew exactly how to press his buttons and make him angry." A new police report reveals tbat the Kansas City Chiefs player's death has been ruled a suicide, but explained violent times between the two. The couple was going to counseling provided by the Chiefs, to help Belcher deal with his "trust issues." On the night that he killed Perkins and then himself, Belcher allegedly got upset with her over coming in late from a Trey JOV AN BELCHER Songz concert. He was also confronted by police after it was reported that he was sleeping in his car. Officers told him to go back home, where he killed Perkins, while his mother was in the house. Belcher then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and took his life in front of his coach and general manager. Nike unveils Christmas oav Sneakers For James, Brvant And Durant Nike's Christmas Day sneakers for, left: LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant. What good would new uniforms be without some new shoes to go with them? Nike, sneaker brand for the NBA's three biggest stars, bas gone the opposite direction with its Christmas Day shoes for LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant. The league's three top All-Star vote-getters will be wearing festive and dazzling multi-colored Christmas colorways of their. signature shoes. The LeBron X made headlines earlier this year when it was reported that an enhanced version of James' sneaker would retail for more than $3oo. When they were officially released, the enhanced version wound up selling for $270.

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CALVIN JOHNSON The Detroit Lions fell to 4-11 in a lost and disappointing season, but there's one thing this franchise can be proud of in 2012, and that's the performance of receiver Calvin Johnson. Despite the fact that every defense he faces focuses on him almost exclusively, the absence of any consistent tar get to take the heat off of him, and a quarterback in Matthew Stafford whose productivity and mechanics have been inconsistent, "Megatron" has performed as few receivers ever have. And with 2:57 left in the Lions' Saturday night loss to the Atlanta Falcons, he broke Jerry Rice's single-season record for receiving yardage with a 26-yard catch from Stafford. After the catch, Johnson handed the ball to his father, Calvin Sr., who was on the sideline. The old record was set by Rice in 1995 with 1,848, and Johnson, who ended the game with 11 receptions for 225 yards, now has 1,892 for the season. He has a very good opportunity to become the first receiver to break 2,000 yards for a single season, a goal once thought unobtain.able even by the greatest receiver of all time. Serena Willia11s Speaks Out About Wozniacki 1111ression SERENA WILLIAMS Serena Williams has finally commented on Caroline Wozniacki's now-infamous impression of her, for which many criticized the Dane During an exhibition in Brazil earlier this rrionth, Wozniacki stuffed towels under her shirt and skirt in an attempt to spoof Williams' body type. It wasn't the first time Wozniacki or, for that matter, any tennis player -has done the impersonation that way, but the mainstream media picked up on the story and W ozniacki was accused of being racist. In an e-mail, the 15-time major winner said she saw no ill-intent from Wozniacki. "I know Caro and I would call her my friend and I don't think she (meant) anything racist by it," she wrote from the island of Mauritius off the coast of Mrica, where she is training in preparation for the Australia swing. The 'Big Aristotle' launches 'luv Shaq' Vodka line SHAQUILLE O'NEAL Former NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal is launching his own line of liba-tions, "Luv Shaq" vodka, the New York Post reports. He entered into an agreement Devotion Vodka, the producers of the coconut-fla vored vodka. The drink will be sugar .and gluten-free and the bottles will sport images of none other than the "Big Man." According to Drew Adelman, founder of Devotion Vodka, Shaq's alcoholic beverage will go up against Sean "Diddy" Combs' popular Ciroc vodka but at a more competitive price. GABBY DOG LAS When gymnast Gabby Douglas allowed herself to dream of being an Olympic champion, she imagined hav ing a nice little dinner with family and friends to cele brate. Maybe she'd make an appearance here and there. She says it's gotten far cra zier than she ever thought it would. And now the teenager who became the first AfricanAmerican gymnast to claim gymnastics' biggest prize -the all-around Olympic title -has a new honor. She is The Associated Press' 2012 female athlete of the year, edging out swimmer Missy Franklin in a vote by U.S. editors and news directors. She is the fourth gymnast to win the award, and first since Mary Lou Retton in 1984. 1111 Chrlsas Dav: Thunder Vs.leat HighlightS 5-Game Schedule KEVIN DURANT AND LEBRON JAMES The 2012-13 NBA schedule has officially been announced, and that includes the five-game Christmas Day slate. Once again, the head line match up is an NBA finals rematch, as the Oklahoma City Thunder will take on the Miami Heat at 5:30 p.m. on ABC. The last time these teams played was Game 5 of the NBA finals, when the Heat routed the Thunder to give LeBron James his first NBA championship. The Thunder will surely be looking for some measure of revenge in this game. Here is the full Christmas Day schedule: Noon: Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets, ESPN 3 p.m: New York Knicks at Los Angeles Lakers, ABC 5:30p.m.: Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat, ABC 8 p.m.: Houston Rockets at Chicago Bulls, ESPN 10:30 p.m.: Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Clippers, ESPN. SANDRA First of all, I wish for everyone to. have a great Christmas and enjoy their time with friends and family. As our Beauty Unlimited fea ture, we decided Santa would bring you Sandra . This young lady is guaranteed to brighten up your day, and make everyone else forget about their troubles and just celebrate. Sandra is an easy-going young woman, but she also has a serious side, and you see that when It's time for her to get down to business. Sandra wants to one day be financially secure enough to help others reach their goals. The man in her life must be strong, handsome, In touch with his spirit, and reflecting a great upbringing. Congratulations to Sandra as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, and Merry Christmas to all. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and Information to tclark@flsentinel.com. ., r-0 2:! c )> en m z :::! z m r-m c: r r-!!I z "a c: m r-c;; ::z: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c Kinas suspend c Demarcus c Cousins lndelinitelv DeMarcus Cousins was suspended indefinitely by the Sacramento Kings on Saturday for "unprofessional behavior and conduct detri mental to the team." Cousins and Kings coach Keith Smart exchanged words in the locker room dur ing halftime of Sacramento's 97-85 loss at the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night. Smart benched Cousins for the entire second half and ordered him to remain in the locker room Cousins, drafted fifth overall in 2010, took respon sibility for the incident after the game. The 22-year-old center is averaging a teamhigh 16.6 points and 9 rebounds to go with 2.1 assists and 1.3 steals per game this season. "What happens in the locker room stays in the locker I"OQm. But I was wrong. I was DEMARCUS COUSINS wrong," said Cousins, who scored nine points in 20 min utes. "I'm a player that definitely wants to win every night, and I'm an emotional player. That's never going to change. But I shouldn't have responded back. Something was said, and I just should have stayed quiet. Is it a humbling thing? Yeah, I will say that. I mean, I messed up and I apologize to my teaml! mates for responding the way I did and 111 move on from it. ..

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MR. JOHN D. BURNEY ('BABY RAY') Sunrise: 12/25/35 Sunset: 10/27/2009 It's been three years since you departed from us, but have not been forgotten by us. > The love that you showed is always in my thoughts and < prayers. You are very well missed forever. C Love, your wife, Ophelia Burney. a: liN lOVING MEMORY OF OUR lOVED ONE I <( c en w :::) 1> a: w > w c w J: en ::::i m :::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z i= HELEN ROYAL z It' s been 2 years since you've been gone. Gone, but not for<( gotten. c Love, your family. a: 0 ..J LL CD ..... Suhsc.-illl' Toda\! INIEIORYOF RUTH BARNUM-WilSON December 25, 1931 To Februarv 10. 2012 Whenever I think about you, it brings tears to my eyes. You are missed each and every day. God has called you home and I know you're in a better place. You will always live within my heart and my love for you will never die! Love, your sister, Ethel Keaton. IN MEMORIAM We miss you mother. We love you mother, but God loves you most. Your son, W. J. Thompson and family. IN lOVING MEMORY OF My special Angel was plucked away, but you'll never be forgotten. From: son, Shannon; sisters, Uniquee, Latoyia, Katrina and Shawntace; and mom, Slow Motion. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my friends, neighbors and church members for your support and prayers. Especially; Mr. Scoupe Bradshaw for your financial port. And a special thank you to my neighbor, Mr. Don. May God bless each and every one of you. MRS. MATTIE LEE THOMPSON December 23, 1987 LONNIE HENDERSON FVI PenonallnJurv Pratecuon: Will Changes To PIP Save Monevil The simple answer is yes, but consumers may not actually feel the reduction anytime soon. Florida law requires every driver to have $10,000 in per sonal injury protection, which may also apply to all household relatives and even a pedestrian who is hit by the insured car. PIP is also known as no fault because it's provided regardless of fault so those injured in the automobile accident may be able to get speedy payment of medical bills or lost income if needed. But insurers have sought legal reform, arguing that staged auto accidents or fraud has led to sky rocketing auto insurance rates for their consumers. Legislative reform took shape in the form of House Bill119, de signed to reduce rates by up to 10 percent by October, and 25 per cent by 2014, while cracking down on fraud. State lawmakers passed the bill earlier this year, and the new law went into effect July 1 but major portions of the law dealing with medical and death benefits will not become effective until Jan. 1 2013. Some of these provisions include: Auto accident victims must seek medical care or treatment from a qualified medical provider within 14 days of the crash or else PIP will not provid e any medical benefits which means that those who wait too long, tough it out or ignore their pain, may be left to suffer with no help. PIP will only pay up to $2,500 in medical benefits un less the patient has an "emer gency medical condition." To qualify for the full $10,000 in medical benefits, symptoms must be severe enough to indi cate that the lack of immediate medical attention would put the victim's health in serious jeop ardy, damage bodily functions, or cause a body part or organ to stop working properly. For more information, please contact me or another Florida personal injury attor ney at (813) 471'-4444, or visit http: llwww.vanguardattorneus.com/ EVERm-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERIL HOME Ulysses Moore, Jr., Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERIL HOME Mr. Willie James Jackson, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Melvin James, Brandon, FL. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Barbara A. Danzey, Tampa. Mr. Nathaniel G. Green, Tampa. Mr. Booker T. Grimes, Brandon, FL. Mr. Jesse B. "Jet Set" Hudson, California. Ms. Tiquana L. Williams, Tampa.

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Crime m Securitv Guard Kills Armed Second Suspect Patron Outside Bar Arrested In Death 01 ANDRE JENNINGS ... club security guard shot and killed an armed patron in the parking lot of Boomerang Martini Bar. Early Saturday morning, about 500 patrons were at the Boomerang Martini Bar in Brandon to see reggae star, Farruko, perform. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that the event turned. into bedlam when a fight broke out about a lost purse, result ed in a gun battle in the park ing lot that left one man dead and two others wounded. Deputies said Andre Jennings, 25, a club security guard, shot Louis KuilanMaysonet, 28, after the sus pect displayeJ a handgun. According to reports, the fight began inside the dub as it was closing about 3 a. m. Kuilan-Maysonet started arguing with Christopher Gonzalez-Cartagena, 27. The argument was initially about a purse lost by KuilanMaysonet's girlfriend. The dispute continued into the parking lot. Deputies said KuilanMaysonet lifted his shirt and flashed a handgun while Gonzalez-Cartagena tried to walk to his car. KuilanMaysonet began shooting at Gonzalez-Cartagena, who was wounded, including a graze to the head. As Kuilan-Maysonet began shooting, Jennings was directing traffic. When Jennings heard gunshots, he turned and saw KuilanMaysonet shooting. When Jennings ordered him to stop, Kuilan-Maysonet spun toward Jennings with a gun in his hand, deputies said. "Jennings fired shots at Kuilan-Maysonet, hitting him. During the exchange of gunfire, a bar patron was shot in the leg. Kuilan-Maysonet was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other two victims were treated for wounds that were said to be non-life threatening. Jennings is licensed and has a concealed weapons per mit. Authorities are continu ing to investigate the incident, and the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office will decide if any charges will be filed. Authorities Search For Man In Gibsonton Robberv This surveillance photo shows a man pointing a weapon at a store clerk during an armed robbery. KEYODIST PATTERSON ... being sought for armed robbery. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are searching for a man they believe robbed a Gibsonton conve nience store clerk at gunpoint on June 10th. Deputies said Keyodist K. Patterson, 32, is facing charges of armed robbery, armed kidnapping and dis charging a firearm in public. Deputies said Patterson walked into a Chevron Gas Station at 10920 U. S. 41, South at 6:15 p. m. carrying a shotgun and wearing a blue stocking over his head and face. Patterson reportedly demanded money from the clerk, fired a shot into the ceiling, and then pointed the gun at the clerk, deputies said Patterson fled after the clerk gave him cash. Anyone with information on Patterson's whereabouts, should call (813) 247-8200. BUJUBANTON Grammy award winning reggae star, Buju Banton, came within two votes of acquittal during jury deliber ations at his federal drug trial last year, according to his lawyers. However, several days later, 12 federal jurors unanimous ly agreed to convict him. Attorneys for Banton asked a judge during a hear ing December 2oth to grant Banton a new trial, arguing jurors may have been persuaded to convict Banton and switch their votes to guilty because of the alleged misconduct of one juror. Lawyers said that juror told a reporter that she researched aspects of the case during trial despite a judge's instructions not to do so. And, the woman failed to tell lawyers she had served as a juror in seven previous cases. She had reportedly told the court at Banton's trial she had only served on one previous jury. Judge James Moody said he would issue a ruling at a later date. suspects Sought In lakeland Armed Robberies LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are looking for three suspects in a series of armed robberies or robbery attempts at businesses in the past week. Police said in each incident, gunmen with their faces cov ered, approached employees at closing time and tried to force them back inside to rob the business At 12:30 a. m. Monday, two armed men approached an employee walking to his car at Cracker Barrel on Lakeland Park Drive. The gunmen reportedly tried to force the employee to return to the store, but he struggled and was able to get into his vehicle and flee. Last Friday at 1:15 a.m., an employee at Buffalo Wild Wings on North U.S. 98 was approached by three people and robbed at gunpoint. The thieves fled with cash. On December nth at 12:15 a. m., police said employees were leaving Bed Bath and Beyond on Town Center Drive when a pair of gunmen forced them back inside the store. The thieves again fled with money. The suspects h ave been described as Black males in their late teens or early 20s. Anyone with information should call (863) 834-6900. Winter Haven Teenager :::rJ AU CIA BARNE'IT ANTONIO CALLAWAY ETHAN LUCAS WINTER HAVENOn 12th. Thursday, Winter Haven Police arrested a second per son in the slaying of a teenager whose body was found last month near a walking trail. Ethan Lucas, 22, was arrested after a grand jury handed down an indictment for first-degree murder, police said. Alicia Barnett, 18, was gunned down o the Chain of Lakes Trail on November Antonio Callaway, 19, was arrested December 5th and charged with first-degree murder, armed robbery, and conspiracy to commit armed robbery. ;!! Investigators said Callaway 0 and Lucas lured Barnett to :!! the trail to rob her of marijuana. During the robbery, en Barnett was shot several m z times. :::! z Authorities Ask For Help In Locating Missing Man m r m c: r r m :::! z Tampa Police are asking the public for help in locating a missing man. Family members of 77-year old Richard Law said they last saw him Thursday night. Law lives at 2313 Ridgewood Avenue near Columbus Drive. According to police, Law's wallet, car, and personal items are still at his home. He was supposed to leave to go on a cruise with his wife Friday. He has never disappeared before, and has no signs of dementia. Law is described as standing 5'8" tall, weighing 170 pounds, has hearing aids, a RICHARD LAW "tJ c: m r u; % m c m :::rJ -< . missing since Thursday night. false front tooth, and was last seen wearing a black wind)lo breaker, white shirt, jeans, < and black shoes. If anyone has seen Law, c please call (813) 231-6130. 221-1800 1481 TlniPI Pill PIIZI @ llbrlsb An. & SCIII St. -:-".:': -:.', : ... : ,' : .: -= .: '.' -.: ::: .. :: ',.., : .. : .... : .: ...

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National a: w m :iE w 0 w Phillv Teen Nets Perfect Score On SAT C PHILADELPHIA, PA College entry and the stress c of the SATs tend to go hand ffi in-hand and one high school student from Philadelphia 1won't have to worry about the latter. Cameron Clarke, clocked a perfect score of 2400 on the stan dardized test. Clarke, a senior at Ger mantown Academy is one of 360 people earning a perfect score on the test, which was taken by more than 1.66 mil lion students in 2012. The high school senior's feat, more noteworthy given the stats that over half of the students in his city drop out, came courtesy of his second try at the test. The first time he scored 2190. "I put in a lot or" work," the 18-year-old said. "I took a prep class with some of my friends, and I did a lot of C practice tests from a book, ii: put that only prepares you so much. The difference be Z tween getting a couple points < CAMERON CLARKE lower is just focus. You can screw up or mess up on the smallest thing." In spite of his preparation, for Clarke-who scored 151 on his IQ tests at just 4 years old-there were other factors at play. "I just feel on that particular day, I was focused and I got kind of lucky, I guess, that I didn't make any mistakes." Clarke's dream school is Princeton University, a goal that he might be one step closer to achieving thanks to his test scores and good grades. C/J w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: Dad coned After His Daughter was Placed In Tub Full II Burning Hot Water CIJ :::J m 11. z iii ..J ..J m ..J w z t= From L to R: Terrell Williams, Arron Alston, Kenyatta Z Gill. w CIJ PHOENIX, AZ-Terrell Williams, 28, was arrested ii: after his 3-year-old daughter 0 suffered severe burns after it being placed in a tub of hot water at his home after she wet her clothing. The child was taken to a local hospital on Dec. 12 where she was treated for se vere burns. She has under gone S'!Irgery for skin grafts, according to court docu ments. Williams was living with his girlfriend Kenyatta Gill, 31, his girlfriend's 4month-old daughter and his girlfriend's brother, Aaron Alston, 25, at the time of the alleged abuse. Gill, according to court documents obtained by sev eral local news organizations in Phoenix, placed the girl in a bathtub full of hot water. Gill said that she turn on the hot and cold water. Though she admitted that the cold water may not have been turned on enough. The little girl was allegedly screaming for more than eight minutes before Williams checked on her. The adults in the home are accused of not taking the girl to be treated for the burns she sustained, after they tried to treat the injuries with ibuprofen, gauze and spray. lnlerlcans Seeking lnemplolllent Aid Rises 11,000 The number of Americans apply ing for unemployment bene fits rose last weekby 17,000, reversing four weeks of de clines. But the number of peo ple seeking aid is consistent with a job market that contin ues to grow modestly. Unemployment claims rose the week of Dec. 15 to a sea sonally adjusted 361,000 from a revised 344,000 the week before. The less-volatile four-week moving average fell 13,750 to 367,750, the lowest since late October. Applications had surged in early November after Superstorm Sandy, then dropped back. Just over S-4 million people were receiving some type of unemployment benefit the week ending Dec. 1, down from nearly 7.2 million a year earlier. Man AlleaediV Hits woman With sock Full Of Feces CHICAGO -An image from a security camera show ing the "person of interest" being sought in connection with the feces assault. An unidentified man riding the Blue Line of a Chicago Transit Authority train in Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago, al legedly hit a fellow passenger with a sock full of human feces. The woman screamed and followed the man, but the at tacker escaped. She was riding an east-bound train from Oak Park to Chicago when the foul act occurred. The victim, who did not want to be identified, said she noticed the attacker when he boarded the train car with her, but did not perceive him as a threat. She sat down and began texting on her phone. But, at the next stop, the man assaulted her. Man Threatens To Shoot lids Within Hours 01 Sandv Hook Shooting NEW ORLEANShours of the Sandy Hook Ele mentary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., a 29-year old man allegedly boarded a New Orleans school bus with a gun threatened the chil dren on board. Keith Petit threatened to shoot everyone on the if they "messed with" his family member, according to a stu dent who was on board the bus at the time. Petit's al leged threats reportedly caused the chil dren to "scream out of fear." He w a s charged with ex-tortion, KEITH PETIT aggra-vated assault and illegal carrying of a weapon, according to booking records. Black couple Gives Binh To White, Blonde, Blue-Eved Babv SIDCUP, KENT-A Niger ian couple in London have defied genetics, and as tounded researchers by giving birth to a blond, blue-eyed Baby Nmachi Ihegboro was born at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup, Kent. At first it was believed that baby Nmachi was an albino, but doctors ruled out that possi bility. Neither of the parents have any mixed race family history, which is why the case is rare. Professor Bryan Sykes, head of Human Genetics at Oxford University, claims that in mixed race humans, the lighter variant of skin tone may come out in a child -and this can sometimes be startlingly different tothesk;in of the par ents. T h e professor also explained that the possibility is common in the Caribbean where interracial mixing is common, but not in a country like Nigeria where there is little mixing. He said that both parents would have needed some form of white ancestry for a pale version of their genes to be passed on. The only way to explain such an outcome is due to some form of genetic mutation. Lunch Ladv Fired For Giving Needv Student Free Lunches Gets Job Back LOUIS -Dianne Brame is a school lunch lady with a heart. Allegedly fired recently for an act of generosity, Brame believes the company con tracted to provide lunches at the Hudson Elementary School in St. Louis disap proved of her kindness to wards a child. Brame admits that she gave free lunches for two months to a fourth grade stu dent who had fallen off the roster of the school's free lunch program. She had been working as a lunch lady at Hudson Elementary School for three years when she no ticed that a student who had been receiving full lunches was no longer eligible for a normal meal. Brame knew that the child's mother did not speak English, and may DIANNE BRAME not have understood how to keep her child enrolled. The student was still enti tled to a reduced lunch of a cheese sandwich and milk, but Brame was concerned that this reduction would lead the student to be mocked by his peers. Thus, she continued to give the child a full meal, while ac knowledging to herself her violation of her employer's, the Chartwells company, policies.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 17913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 156312.0000 File No.: 2013-80 Certificate No.: 207919-D9 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: HEiTER HEIGHTS LOT 2 BLOCK 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 09/13 SEC TWP AGE: 05-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: BRAD VAN ROOYEN, TRUSTEE Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 24th day of January. 2013, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this day of December. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call711. Request for Proposals East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area Vbor City Local Historic District Disposition of Historic Building The City of Tampa ("City") gives notice pursuant to Part Ill, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, of the request for proposals for the sale of one (1) historic building located in the East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area and Ybor City Local Historic District which is being sold on an "As Is" basis. The historic building is located at 2709 North 19th Street (the "Property"). The Proposer is required make a firm offer for the Property, submit an earnest money deposit equaling 5% of the offered purchase price, provide a completed and signed Land Sales Agreement and Project Proposal Form on the forms provided by the City. The earnest money deposit will only be processed if the City approves the proposal for the purchase of the Property. Upon acceptance of the Proposal by the City and approval of execution of the Land Sales Agreement by the Tampa City Council, the Proposer shall be required to pay the balance of the purchase price at closing as provided in the Land Sales Agreement and complete the timely rehabilitation of the historic building in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings. Interested parties are encouraged to submit proposalsthat are consistent with the local historic district, rehabilitation standards, applicable laws, ordinances and regulations governing the location. All Proposers must submit the City of Tampa Project Proposal Form, earnest money deposit and a completed and signed Land Sales Agreement within 30 days of the date of publication of this advertisement or by Friday. January 25. 2013. 4:00 p.m .. whichever is earliest. to the City of Tampa Purchasing Department, 306 E. Jackson Street-2E, Tampa, Florida 33602. Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "RFP Disposition of Historic Building East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area and Ybor City Local Historic District". To obtain a City of Tampa Project Proposal Form, a Land Sales Agreement form for this transaction and other information applicable to the Project, you may access the City website at http://www.tampagov.neVrealestate. If a Proposer would like a Proposal package to be sent via U.S. mail, the Proposer should send an e-mail to Wanda.Thompson@tampagov.net or contact the Real Estate Division by calling (813) 274-8915. Previews of the house will only be conducted on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 between the hours of 11 :00 a.m. and 1 :00 p.m. so that all interested parties may tour the house. Be sure to check the City's Real Estate Division website for any updates. In selecting a proposal, the City is not bound to make the award on the basis of the highest monetary offer. It is the City's goal to strengthen the mission and stability of the residential community. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals, either in whole or in part, with or without cause, waive any informality of any proposals, cancel this request for proposals, and to make the award in the best interest of the City, subject to City Council approval. II Request for Bids East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area RFP Disposition of General Marketable Properties The City of Tampa and the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Tampa (collectively, the "City") give notice pursuant to Part Ill, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, of the request for submission of bids for the purchase of general marketable property as herein referenced. The locations are 4409 North 44th Street and 4220 East Osborne. The Purchaser shall pay cash. The Purchaser shall also be required to comply with certain terms and conditions that are identified in the proposed Land Sales Agreement (the "Agreement") including, but not limited to, acceptance of the property in an "AS IS" condition Development must be consistent with all approved plans, applicable laws, ordinances and regulations governing the location and address of the property. Submissions must include sufficient information and evidence of legal and financial capability to carry out the terms of the bid. A signed Land Sales Agreement must be submitted with bid. Failure to meet this criteria may eliminate the bid. Bidder must be able to close within 45 days of closing of the proposal period. All bids must be submitted with a signed Land Sales Agreement within 30 days after the date of this public notice by January 30. 2013. 4:00 P.M. to the City of Tampa, Purchasing Department, 306 E Jackson Street-2E, Tampa, FL 33602. Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "RFP Disposition of General Marketable Properties". A City of Tampa Land Sales Agreement and other information applicable to the bid, may be obtained by accessing the City website at www.tampagov.net, Planning and Development Department, Real Estate Division and download the information. If you have questions or would like a Proposal package to be sent via U.S. mail, you may send an e-mail to Randy.Crowder@tampagov.net or contact the Real Estate Division by calling (813) 274-7232. The City's Real Estate Division does not pay any Real Estate brokerage commissions. The payment of any said fees will be the sole responsibility of the Proposer. After the submittal deadline, all bids are subject to the "Sunshine Law" pursuant to applicable state law. In selecting a bid, the City is not bound to make the award on the basis of the highest monetary offer. It is the City's goal to strengthen the mission and stability of the residential community. 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('I ,,.... 0 ('I ..,; II II II HOMES FOR RENT II ('I LEGAL NOTICES II APTS. FOR RENT II DUPLEXES a: w m :::iii: w 0 w The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has issued 2107 West Chestnut Street Busch Gardens Section 8 Only c >.;' three Requests for Applications (RFA) 2901 North 17th Street USF Areas 0 Deposit Bad Credit? OK! $100.00 Move-In Special C/) Pro 2013-01 Children's Art Initiative RFA 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths FREE Application w Pro 2013-02 Youth Involvement 3 Bedroom/1 Bath :l $1 ,200.00/Monthly Each NO DEPOSIT! 1in Neighborhoods RFA $600.00/Deposit Each CHA, WDH 1 Bedroom Tile Floors Large Backyard, Nice Area For more information, including deadlines, visit: Call (813) 209-3289 Central Air, Ceiling Fans Call (813) 789-3879 www.ChildrensBoard.org and click on What's Current. $500.00/Monthly Very Cute Water!Trash Included!!! 8723 12th Street Large Bungalow Apartment #A 813-244-4551 II II 3 Bedroom/2 Bath EMPLOYMENT II HOMES FOR RENT II 2 Living Rooms 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex 1413 E. Mohawk CHA, W/D Hook-Up New Carpet And Tile Throughout Newly Remodeled $550.00/Monthly New A/C Courtyard Apartments Plus Deposit Get Paid $50.00 5015 North 29th Street For Referrals $800.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom Call (813) 451-1568 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Quiet And Peaceful (813) 451-1776 Get Better Cable Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Call (813) 361-o&63 No Application Fee And Internet CHA, Double Lot Section 8 Welcome II ROOMS FOR RENT II $700.00/Monthly 8407 Mulberry Street $300.00 Debit Card $350.00/Deposit (Just North Of Waters) Serious Inquires Give Away ONLY!! Call (813) 209-3289 3 Bedroom/1 Bath (813) 774-1044 Fixed Income c Basic Cable Only $10.00 a: Huge Yard 1010 East 22nd Avenue I.&. Call (813) 842-3494 Newly Remodeled 3121 $875.00/Monthly c Includes Water 1 Bedroom/1 Bath A/C Clean, Quiet z $375.00/Monthly c( Many Nice Upgrades And Electric Washer/Dryer And II FOR RENT II To This 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Section 8 OK $375.00/Deposit Utilities Included Q Corner Lot Nice, Quiet, Apartments $350.00/Monthly C/) (813) 221-2120 Need Nice, Quiet, Tenants w Affordably Priced! $65.00/Deposit :l Must Be Employed 1Condo -Pond VIew Section 8 Approved Near Busch 3 Bedroom Vouchers II II Have 2+ Solid Years Call (813) 209-3289 w Only! APTS. FOR RENT Work History > w 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath Bad Credit OK Credit And Background Very Nice c $600.00/Monthly 7917 Lake Shore Drive Checked w :J: Gated Community VIsit Us At Deposit Negotiable Furnished Rooms C/) www.jlmrents.com Or 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath For 40+ Year Old All Utilities Included :J Swimming Pool, Laundry m Water And Sewer Included Call 813-610-7186 WDH Strong Applicant Must Be Employed :l A. Hurry -This Won't Last $650.00/Monthly Absolutely No Smoking Or Receiving Benefits z (813) 39o-4169 Plus Deposit No Drugs! No Drugs i= w Holiday Rent Specials Small Pets OK Mature Person Preferred ..J USF Area Townhouse Section 8 Welcome 813-298-8245 $450.00$550.00/Monthly ..J With No Application Fee :l Section 8 Accepted m (813) 34Q-3085 Call (813) 90o-5559 ..J Grant Park -4/1 Y2 II II w 2 Bedroom/2 Bath DUPLEXES z Includes: Washer, Dryer $895.00 North Tampa And i= Large z Dishwasher And Water Gandy & Manhattan -3/1 Temple Terrace $125.00/Weekly w C/) $900.00/Monthly $975.00 First Month Rent Free $125.00/Deposit 2 And 3 Bedrooms Plus Deposit Hanna & 37th St. -3/1 From $750.00 $50.00 Moves You In Small a: (813) 379-1000 $845.00 WDH 0 Deposit $115.00/Weekly 0 Excellent Rental History ..J Section 8 Welcome No Application Fee $115.00/Deposit I.&. Required Apartment Deposits Required Section 8 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Older Adults Preferred 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Call Now Vouchers Welcome Burglar Bars Must Be Employed 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath 813-545-6855 813-915-9787 3023-B North 48th Street _Or Receiving Benefits Home $565.00/Monthly No Drugs/Kids Allowed 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath Now Leasing (813) 238-6353 2613 East 38th Avenue Cinnamon Cove Apartments 813-431-1310 CHA, $299.00 Deposit 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Section 8 Accepted Block House Move-In Special (813) 453-0123 Central A/C, Tile Floors, 1 And 2 Bedrooms Refrigerator, Range, Available Now WID Hook-Up For Immediate Move 11ls SSnltlel 1 Fenced Yard Section 8 Welcome WID Have Amended HoBday Hours and Street Distribution Like New Se Habla Espanol Distribution Christmas Week: $1,050.00 Contact Us At Section 8 Welcomed (813) 971-5254 SUnday, December 23rd Thursday, December 27th (Tuesday Edition) (friday Edition) CONTACT LAVORA 3/4 Bedroom 0 @ {813) 248-1921 Vouchers Acceptable All Copy NMds To Beln 1 Weelrln Advance. N Offtce Wll Be Closed Christmas Eve a Christmas Day. w FOR DETAILS ON PLACING Call Harold YOUR ADVERTISEMENT 813-293-2677

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