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. ..;..-..... --... -' -. Years In The_Tampa BayArea -'.., "' : .::--"': :", I -: -- _. J -c( c 0 -1 u. / VOL. 66 NO. 12 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2010 48 PAGES 75. Group To Host Event In Park Sunday SEE PAGE 5-A --Man's Body To .Be Viewed Inside Car At Wake SEE PAGE 11-A Bus Driver, charged With Manslaughter, Gets Bond SEE PAGE 23-A African Proverb I Better to be silent than to speak ill of another. 7 I 01 SEE PAGE 3-A FLORIDA AFRICAN AMERICAN PUBLISHERS MEET WITH GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE Florida Gubernatorial Candidate, Alex Sink, hosted a breakfast last Saturday morning at the Don Shu Ia Restaurant in the Intercontinental Hotel for members of the Florida Association of Black Owned Media (FABOM). The group was in town for their quarterly meeting hosted by the Florlda Sentinel at Tampa Park Plaza. From left to right: Gayle Andrews, owner of Andrews Plus, Tallahassee; Johnny Hunter, Tempo News, Sarasota/Bradenton; Dianne Speights, Weekly Challenger, St. Petersburg; James Madison, Florida Star, Orlando; Kay Andrews, Florida Sentinel, Tampa; Alex Sink; Bobby Henry, Westside Gazette, Ft. Lauderdale; Jacqueline Miles, Pensacola Voice; Kevin Collins, Orlando Times; Linda Fortenberry, Capitol Outlook, Tallahassee; Frank Powell, Photographer, Jacksonville; Clara Mclaughlin, Florida Star and Georgia Star. Not shown, Rita and Sylvia Perry, Jacksonville Free Press. (Photography by BRUNSON) ...


0 o Features C\1 a: UJ Ill 0 1-(.) 0 Air Conditioners Taken From Struggling Private School >= <( c 0:: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Unidentified suspects removed the copper 'for several years. According to police, between 5 p.m., Tuesday and 7 a.m., Wednesday, someone cut the fence surrounding St. Peter Claver Catholic School, 1401 N. Governor Street Once inside, the sus pects removed the copper tubing from four large air conditioners on the outside of the m a in building. Police said no entry was made into the build ings on campus. A crime scene lab responded to the scene, took photographs and dusted the area for fingerprints. The investigation is continuing, police said. Sister Marie, Principal of the school said seven air conditioners that cooled the main building are not functioning. Five of the are completely empty and two have some frag ments left in the shells. She further stated that a volunteer discovered the burglary Wednesday ::C morning. C "We leave the air conditioner on to keep the 0:: computer room cool and when he arrived it was LL hot in there. He started looking around and made the discovery. Unidentified suspects removed the copper wiring from several of the air conditioning units at St. Peter Claver Catholic School. (Photography By BRUNSON). story auditorium, and the main building. Currently, St. Peter Claver )las an enrollment of about 100 children in grades Pre K-3 to 8th grade. It has been a part of the community in the same location for 116 years. Anyone with any information about the theft is asked to contact the Tampa Police Depart ment at (813) 231-6130. Sister Marie further stated that early esti mates to replace the air conditioning units is more than $25,000. Anyone wishing to contact the school can call (813) 224-0865. UJ c UJ ::I: en AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE :::l lXI :: D. z i= UJ ...J ...J :: lXI ...J UJ z i= z UJ en

"T1 Features Elderlv Woman Dies In House Fire BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A n e lderl y P ro gress V ill age woman die d a t a l oca l h osp ital after b e in g a v ictim of a f ir e a t h e r residence. Th e fire at 5211 8oth Street South was rep01ted s hortl y after 1 a.m. According to the Hillsbo rough County Fire D ep artrmi nt the first units arrivin g on the scene observed light smoke coming from the home. Firefighters e nt e r e d th e hom e and loc a t e d Mrs. Caroline Crenshaw in a r ea r bedroom. Mrs. Crenshaw, who turned 78 on September 14th, was treated at the scene and transported to Brandon Com munity Hospital with life threatening injuries She died later on Wednesday. Captain Ray Yeakley, spokesperson for the Hillsbor ough County Fire Department said the blaze was quickly ex tinguished with 20 minutes of the arrival of the fire depart ment. The fire, which was con fined to a single room, is currently under investigation and its cause has not been de termined. Mrs. Caroline Crenshaw was removed from her home at 5211 8oth Street, South in Progress Village early Wednesday morning. A native of Albany, G e orgia, Mrs. Crenshaw was the mother of two children, Mrs. Johnnie Coleman and Brian Maddox. She had lived in Tampa for several years. She was living alone at the time of the fire. She had been also been a resident of Progress Village for several years, her daughter said. Mrs. Coleman said her mother was a professional nurse and retired from the James A Haley Veterans Hos pital. A spokesperson for the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital said Mrs. Crenshaw retired in May 1991. She had worked in Haley's Cove Community Living Center as an LPN. No funeral home had been chosen to handle arrange ments as of press time. Mrs. Coleman said funeral arraignments were incomplete. Second Trial Underwav g -i For Librarv Rape suspect The second rape trial for a Tampa teenager began earlier this week. Kendrick Morris, 19, was arrested and charged with attacking a Bloomingdale high school student in May 2008. The first jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict. On April 24, 2008, around 10 p.m., an 18-year-old student was talking to a friend on the telephone as she dropped off books at the Bloomingdale Public Library. At some point, the friend heard the victim scream and the call dropped. Police were called and upon arrival, discovered the victim had been raped, severely beaten, and left naked behind the library. She had no memory of the attack. The victim must have 14-hour care and cannot walk or talk. Morris was previously convicted of the rape of a 62-year-old daycare employee KENDRICK MORRIS ..... 1\) 0 ..... 0 2nd Trial Rape Underway 0 who was attacked in 2007. Police reportediy linked his DNA to that case. He has also allegedly been linked to the current case by DNA. The case is being heard before Judge ChetA. Tharpe. c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z "'D c: tD c en ::I: m c m < m -< -i c: m -en c )> z c "T1 c


Editorials/Columns a: w m 0 1-(.) 0 >=' <( c a: LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44.00 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of thi s newspaper by Columnists o r Guest Writ er .s. do not necessarily reflect lhe editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Vote Yes on Amendments 5, And 6 We told you we had six amendments to talk to you about, which would appear on the upcoming ballot. We also warned you that each of them was exceedingly important and was worthy of your special consideration. In last week's editorial, we talked about proposed Amendments 1 and 2. Now, let's talk about 5, and6! Amendments 5 and 6 prevent politicians from drawing legislative districts and congressional districts or districting plans in favor of political parties. They also guarantee racial and language minorities will continue to have equal opportunity to participate in the political process, on their own representational terms. Now, what could be wrong with that? No, we're not telling you what you should do. But we're telling you what we would do, if we were you. However, the bottom line is DO SOMETHING! Make certain you register to vote no later than October 4th and please vote, on November 2"d. GET OUT TO VOTE RALLY PLACE: ALFRED "AL" BARNES PARK (aka 18TH AVE. PARK) 2902 N. 34TH ST. TAMPA, FL 33605 DATE: SUNDAV, OCTOBER 3, 2010 TIME: 2:00-6:00 P.M. VOTER REGISTRATION/ EDUCATION FREE EVENT COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE/TAMPA FIRE RESCUE/TAMPA POUCE DEPARTMENTDISPLAYS AN EXCITING COMMUNITY EVENT THAT IS NON-PARTISAN! CONTACT PERSONS: MARVIN KNIGHT-(813) 453-5690 DORENA DOUGLAS -(813) 760-0705 ADRIAN WHITE-(813) 743-8779 Tenure: An Outdated Securitv Blanket M ake no mistake about it, this writer has the utmost respect for teachers. Teaching is a noble, important and necessary profes sion. Teachers have the massive responsibility of ed ucating and molding the minds of our children and the future of this nation. I realize that teachers are underpaid, under respected and underappreciated. I want to say very emphati cally that there are many good, effective teachers working in our schools across this nation But! Like wise, there are many teach ers who are totally ineffective and teach only for the pay check. These kinds of teachers are allowed to teach for years and years, crippling the chil dren whom they are sup posed to teach. How are they allowed to do this, you ask? It is through a procedure called tenure. Tenure is a process that lit erally guarantees a teacher a teaching job after a short probationary period. Once a teacher gets tenure, it is a very difficult job to try to get them out of the system. Tenure has become nothing more than a security blanket for poor teachers. Good teachers don't need tenure. Teachers like Margaret Blake Roach, John Henry Evans, Corrine Young, Clyde Allen, Ruby Wysinger, Frankie Berry, Delores Clark, Dorothy York, Chester Miles, Doretha Edgecomb and Herbert Kinsey, would have been teachers for as long as they were, with or without tenure. Why? Because these people were good at reaching chil dren. They were dedicated, cared about their students, came to class prepared, mo-e SoleSpea >. Let's pretend the follow ing story is true: In a stunning reversal of policy, if not total political philosophy, rumors have it President Barack Obama is seriously considering embracing the most recent Republican mode of thinking regarding tax cuts for the filthy rich. Sources say the Chief Exec. utive is planning to unveil his idea, in coming weeks. In essence, it would support the same idea Republicans have been boosting for the past eight years. It would embrace the George W. Bush adminis tration's tradition of granting permanent income tax cuts for the wealthiest of Ameri cans. Understandably, Democ rats are in an uproar! But most curious is the Republi can response to President Obama's obviously concil iatory moves. One after an other, top GOP leaders starting with GOP National Committee Chairman Michael Steele have pro nounced Obama's turn of the leaf as nothing more than window dressing."'Too little, too late, declares veteran Conservatives who make no secret of their mistrust of the President's new motives. When interviewed on Face the Nation, veteran Republi can Newt Gingrich clicked his tongue at what seemed to be the same comments made by him and fellow Republi cans over the years, now being made by America's first Black president. With a puckish grin, Gingrich ex plained, though Obama seemingly had come around to Republican reality, in Gingrich's words, "He still hasn't mastered our syntax. In other words, he's using our lingo, but he's still not talking our language." But Gingrich's comments were much nicer than those of radio host, Rush Limbaugh, author of the contro versial book I Told You So, and continued critic of Americans who dared to elect a Black man for presi dent. Lashed Limbaugh, "Leave it to somebody like Obama to try to paint himself in Re publican war paint and make pretend he 's one of the good guys when he sees his own ship is sinking." Then laughed Limbaugh, "Well, I guess one reason why Mr. tivated their students, made them want to learn, made their lessons interesting and genuinely loved teaching children. The above named teachers and the many like them, that I don't have the space to name individually, don t need tenure because they were good teachers Good teachers will always have a job. Good teachers don't dwell on student's weak nesses, but rather builds on their strengths and uses them to correct or strengthen their weaknesses. Most good teachers don't want to break rank. So, they either defend tenure or re main silent on the issue. But, if truth be told, they will tell you these kinds of teachers need to find something else to do. Sometimes people go into teaching and later dis. cover that teaching isn't what they want to do. Some get burned out, some just never had what it takes to be a good teacher and some, for other reasons, just don't make good teachers. It doesn't mean that these people are not good people. It just means they aren't good teachers and should not be allowed to hide behind tenure. President is now sounding like a Republican is because 'YES-I -CAN' has conked the heck out. Having made his caustic comments, both Limbaugh and his 1V interviewer shared a polite laugh, until the interviewer asked, "Now, Mr. Limbaugh-all joking aside how can you and your Conservative colleagues continue to castigate a man who seemingly is now saying the same things you've been saying, all along? Gosh, it would seem that with Obama's change of at titude, the Republican Party has now gotten everything it ever wanted. Yet, you guys are still not happy! Tell us. Is your distrust and dispute with President Obama ba sically because he is Black?" That's right. This column was a spoof! But the reasons for its "make-believe" are as clear as the nose on Rush Limbaugh's. face. When it comes to the Presidency of the United States, it would not matter if Obama used GOP speech-writers or put on a pair of Rush Limbaugh's pajamas. Conserva tive Republicans would rather send America to Hell in a hand-basket than to it saved by a Black man! If that is a lie, then why did Limbaugh say, only days after President Obama was elected, I hope he fails?" Sometimes, the truth is, in deed, the light!


Citizens Comminee To Host 'Get Out The Vote Rallv' sundav BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Citizens Committee have made the final preparations for the "Get Out The Vote Rally" planned for Sunday, October 3 The event will be held at Alfred "Al'' Barnes Park, (formerly 18th Avenue Park), 2902 N. 32nd Street, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The theme for the event is "United We Stand."Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, is slated to attend and there will be two tables established to provide voter education and voter registration. Members of the Tampa Fire Department will provide free smoke detectors in recognition of National Fire MARVIN KNIGHT Citizens Committee Organizer Prevention Week. Fire officials will address the need to have working smoke detectors within homes. They will be joined by members of the Tampa Police Department and the MS. SHARON CARTER Citizens Committee Organizer Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. The officers will discuss public safety-issues. All of the organizations will also display their equipment. Gospel and jazz musicians will provide entertainment. Shawn Brown will head a list of various artists who will be on hand. A health fair, community awareness information and educational information and activities for children are also planned. Among those making an appearance and providing information will include sororities, fraternities, elected officials, and other organizations. The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation, who are serving as co sponsors, will be on hand as well. Marvin Knight, organizer of the Citizens Committee said, "This is a way to unite the community at this non partisan event. This is the last opportunity for anyone who is not a registered voter to prepare to take part in the upcoming election. ff someone needs to change his or her voter information, they can do so at this event. "We are going to have health screenings, free food, and entertainment. We are asking for those who plan to attend to carpool. We are also asking churches to use their vehicles to help transport their members to help with the parking. "We are going to have a live DJ and activities for all ages. The Committee _is very excited and enthusiastic about this event and we are just asking everyone to come out, have a good time, and fellowship in the park," Knight said Anyone wishing to participate in the event or who would like additional information can contact Knight at (813) 453-5690; Ms. Donna Douglas (813) 760-0705; or Adrian White at (813) 743-8779. 0 (') a m m ::D ..... N 0 ..... 0 I""' 0 ::D c )> en m z :::::t z m I""' I m c: I""' I""' m :::::t z c: m I""' c;; ::::1: m c ITi < m ::D < -t c: m en c )> z c


Bishop ... Bishop ... Bishop ... Someone once said that there are three sides to every story. There is what one person says, there is what another person believes, and then there is the truth. In the case of Eddie Long's alleged sex scandal the last side is the hardest to deci pher. When I first heard the story last week about Bishop Long being sued by four male members of his congregation who claimed that he coerced them into sexual relationships by pur-chasing them cars, taking 0: them on trips and giving LL them money, I thought to C myself, "unbelievable." I didn't want to entertain the idea that the same man who c claimed to be a champion of ffi heterosexual virtue and an :::l outspoken critic of homosexuality was, in actuality, living ffi as a down-low brother him> self. w c w l: en I met the accusations with especially after it was revealed that two of his ::::::i accusers were charged with breaking into his office and D.. that the alleged affairs began 3::: when the young men were 17 lij and 18 years old. To me it ...1 ...1 ::::) m just didn't make sense that an 18-year-old male could be seduced into engaging in sexual activity with another man (regardless of how much money was on the table) without already being willing to go along with the program. I was prepared to write the entire thing off as a lame attempt by a group of desperate individuals who looked to benefit off the Bishop's wealth. But then something unexpected hap pened ... A picture surfaced. That was all it took for me to realize that there was more to this story than what Bishop Long was reveal ing When one of the accusers produced a provocative pho tograph that the Bishop had taken of himself and alleged ly sent out via a cell phone, it raised a red flag of suspicion impossible to ignore. I mean, let s be honest, what kind of straight man sends a picture of himself flexing and posing in spandex work out gear to another man? Of course, supporters of Bishop Long will say that the photo proves nothing that the young men are only trying to get money. And while all of that could very well be true, it doesn't change the fact that when you add all of the partial pieces of evidence together, the trips out of the country, the expensive gifts and the exchanging of questionable photographs, at the very least it paints an unflattering portrait of a man whose entire reputation is based on upholding certain morals, values and principles. In the end, I predict that these things will occur. To avoid further exposure of even more sordid details, Bishop Long will be forced to settle the lawsuit quietly or come clean about his romantic involvement with these individuals. And the young men will be seen more as lovers scorned than manipulated victims The entire situation plays out as a classic example that everything done in the dark will eventually come to light. Being a Sheppard chosen to lead sheep, that's something that Bishop Long should have already known. Anyone wanting to contact Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr 43110-otS; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, S. C. 29512; or email him at Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. .. &PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW -A Po GIBBS. Eso, MATIHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ. THOMAS E. PARNELL. ESQ. ERIC M MOORE, ESQ. PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS SLIP AND FALL, OR OUR FIRM IN DALE-HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST. RATING FORLEGALABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD .. WORLDWIDE. The ll/rlng Q' A Lawyer I s An Important Des/cio n That ShouM Not Be Bawd Sole ly Upo11 Advurrl s e m enlo Bfl.[oro You Dec/ditto A $ k U1 To &nd You FRF,E Wri tt e n biformotlon AbOut Our Qualljlcat/cms And Loca Fraternitv Recognized For Adopting A Precinct Craig Latimer, Captain Allen Thompson (Vice-Polemarch), Cedric McCray (Polemarch), and Dr. Earl Lennard. The Kappas received a check in the amount of $1,050. On September 14, 2010, the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was recognized by the Hillsborough County Supervisors of Elections Office for participating in the Adopt-A-Precinct program during the primary election on August 24, 2010. The Adopt a Precinct is a way for the Supervisor of Elections to recruit poll workers, for community ser vice organizations, PTSAs, clubs and nonprofits to raise funds, and for voters in the county to receive excellent Election Day services. The community service organizations; PTSA, clubs non profits agree to provide a certain number of poll workers for Election Day. Training is facilitated by the Supervisor of Elections (as required by state law), and assigns them to a polling site. The partnering organiza tion can display a sign at the polling place that tells voters that the organization has adopted the precinct so the voters know who is providing service the recruited poll workers have designate that their stipend goes to the organization. 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Citv Council To Hold Public Meetings On Transit The Tampa City Council is hosting three public informa tion meetings regarding transit and transportation initiatives and improvements. The meet ings will be held at City of Tampa Parks and Recreation fa cilities throughout the community during the month of October. All meetings will take place from 6 8 p. m. in the fol lowing locations: Tuesday, October 5, 2010 (North Tampa/ University area), Copeland Park, 11001 N. 15th street Tuesday,October12,2010 (Westshore area) Loretta Ingraham Cent e r 1611 N. Hubert Avenue Tuesday, October 26, 2010 (East Tampa area) Jackson Heights NFL/YET Center, 3310 E. Lake Avenue These meetings are for public information and education. In formation will be presented fol lowed by an opportunity for questions from the public. No official action will b e taken b y the Tampa City Council dur ing these meetin gs. Meetings Civic Association The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, October 4, 2010, 6:30 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Rd., Thonotosassa, FL 33592. All members are urged to b e present and on time. Family, friends and neighbors are wel come. Please bring your concerns, questions and suggestions. For more information, contact Pauline Larry Grant, Presi d e nt, (813) 986-3300. Meet And Greet Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Tampa Bay Area Alumni Chapter 'Meet and Greet' will b e held on Wednesday, October 13, 2010, 6:30-8:30 p. m. at the Sheraton Suites Tampa, 4400 W. Cypress St. Middleton Reunion Meeting For Classes 1972-73 The Middleton Reunion Meet ing for the classes 1972 a nd 1973 will b e Saturday, October 9, 2010 at the College Hill Libr ary, 26th St. and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The m eet ing will be 2-4 p.m. For more information, call (813) 377-6600. l:M11HtD CLASS: BANKING ... +-' --' M Service Understanding Passion You don't draw a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undivided attention And that's exactly what you can expect. We'll get to know you, as well as yuur business. So we might suggest Online Payroll as your business expands but we'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up at night. Like tuition. That level of service is more than just our promise, it's your right. To see all the ways we can serve your business, visit suntrust.com/businessclass or call 866.442.1370. SUNTRusr Partnership Solutions Lift SoUd. lenk Solid. SunTrusl8ank, Member FDIC. tJ2010 Sun Trust Banks, Inc Sun Trust and live Solid. Bank Solid. are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. ...... 1\) 0 ..... 0 r 0 0 :t> CJ) m z ::! z m r:m c r r m ::! z ""D c: m c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m -< -1 c: m CJ) 0 :t> z 0 0


Loca c: UJ m 0 1-() 51h Annual Gift For Lite Block Walk Planned 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c On Saturday, October 2nd, c: the Fifth Annual Breast CanLL ...J cer Awareness Gift For Lif e Block Walk will be held. Formerl y held at Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, this year, the event \Vill take place this year at a new location. Ms. Sonia Franklin, President of Sisters Network Tampa Bay said the it will take place at the Covenant Baptist Church, 4610 E. Hanna Avenue, (corner of E. Hanna Avenue and N. 461 Street). The event will begin at 9 a.m. with registration until 9:30 a.m. The walk begins at 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Speakers, refreshments, and prizes will be available from 11:30 a.m. until its conclu sion at 2 p.m. "Free Breast Health Forum For Your Family --For Your Community"is the theme this year. Free health screenings, goody bags, door prizes ex-GIFT FOR LIFE LOGO hibitions, and family re sources are among the featured activities. Ms. Franklin said October is designated as Na tional Breast Cancer Awareness Month. "An d to kick the month off in the African American Community, Sisters Network Tampa Bay and Affiliate Chapter of Sisters Network Inc. will be walking and can vassing in the East Tampa area on Saturday to help "Stop the Silent" and bring more attention to early detection. The purpose of the walk is to allow a breast cancer HARMONY M. B. CHURCH 2811 N. 17th St.* Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-1080 DR. A. MUNFORD Th.D. PastorfTeacher ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday Services: i= Early Morning W ors hip 7:45 A. M. z Church School 9:30 A. M. UJ Morning Worship-11 A. M. en Wednesday Night : Bible Study-6:30 P. M. Thursday: Bible Study-10:3 0 A. M. stjamesamepv@aol.com REV. MICHAEL B. PRICE Pastor ...J LL 11th-13th 7 P.M. CASEY ROUGH PEACEPROG MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 E. 24TH AVENUE REV. ALBERT GALLMON, JR.;Pastor Family, Friends & Guests Are Invited To Join Us For Our BROUGHTON Genesis Wor s hip Center Tampa ,., f ... .... .. ) "' : REVEREND -RICK HOUSTON Bethel Metropolitan MBC St. Petersburg Members of Sisters Network Tampa Bay, shown on the front row are Ms. Wanda Miguenes, Chapter Founder, and Ms. Sonia Franklin, Chapter President. Shown on the second row are Ms. Valerie Milian, Assistant Secretary, Ms. Marie Archie, Ms. Alma Jordan, Ms. Bobbie Banks, Vice President, and Walk Chairperson, Ms. Ms. Marcia Hall, and Ms. Luelette Mack. survivor to partner with volunteers and canvas door-to door in the African American community. The walkers distribute breast health educa-UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday SchoollO A.M Sunday Worship Services llA.M. Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study ? .P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. tional information, a re source list, and pink ribbons. The community has an opportunity to meet survivors, hear their stories, and experience their triumph over breast cancer. Every mdivid ual reached is invited to the church, where the event is taking place. Come Join Pastor And Evangelist Afolabi Ehikioya For Our R E S T 0 R AT I 0 N 201 0 CONVENTION Theme: "'Your Divine Expectation" PRAYER FOUNTAIN ASSEMBLY 1506 E. Dr. Martin luther King, Jr. Blvd. (813) 70-9929 (813) 943-21 05 OCTOBER 8,9,10,2010 Friday, October 8th 11 A. M. Part 1 6 P. M. Part 2 Women's Conference -11 A.M. Saturday, October 9th 11 A. M. Part 1 7 P. M : Part 2 Sunday, October 10th 11 A.M.-Until Breakfast And Lunch Served liRO. JOHN I'AUL MARLOW Gues l Speaker BISHOI' A .. \. RUriVI Guesl Speaker I'ASTOR AfOLABI & [VANGEUST ESTHER EHIKIOYA Hosts www.prayerfountairi.org


Local c Deeper lite Christian Church Preparing For Daughters 01 Abraham Conference BISHOP HENRY FERNANDEZ DR. CINDY TRIMM LESBROWN Bishop M. B. Jefferson, Senior Pastor, and Dr. Brenda Jefferson, CoPastor, along with Pastor Calvin Jefferson, all of Deeper Life Christian Church, have stated that they are excited about this week end of events. The church has invited some internationally known persons who will be their special guests. The Daughters of Abraham Conference kicks off this (Friday) evening, 7 p. m., with Bishop Henry Fernandez of Faith Center Ministries, Ft. Lauderdale. Bishop Fernandez became an ordained minister in 1988. Along with his wife, Carol, Bishop Fernandez founded The Plantation Worship Center with 11 mem bers, which has now grown to 8,ooo. Their mission is "Reaching The World for Jesus. Bishop Fernandez has authored 4 books. Saturday morning, October 2nd, beginning at 9 a. m. the Sons and Daughters of Abraham workshops will be held. Later in the evening ( 6 p. m.), the Daughters of Abraham Gala will be held at the Intercontinental Hotel (Westshore and Kennedy Blvd.). The guest speaker will be motivational speaker, Les Brown. Brown has been to the Tampa community on several DEACOI';S' ASSOCIATION OF TAMPA RAY Sponsoring A Benefit Program For SISTER CHERYL GIBSON (Saturday, October 2, 2010 7 P.M. Mt. Moriah M. B. Church Rev. Dr. Waiter, Pastor Speaker: Rev. F. Brinson Deacon Fred Short, President Deacon Milton Wade, Reporter Faith Temple Church Of God In Christ 9834 Roddtill Rd. Thonotosassa, Fl33592 {813) 986-5694 Superintendent J. M. Singletary, Pastor You Are Invited To Honor 0 r Pastor Celeb I Servite Odober 4, 2010 -Odober 10, 2010 7:30 P. M. Nightly. Theme: A Servant Walking Worthy Of His Calling 1 Tlr 5z17 Monday, Od. 4 -Ekldesla COGIC of Tampa -Pastor Major Jones T uesdoy, Oct. 5 -24th Avenue Church, Tampa -Pastor Harry ScoH Wednesday, Od. 6 -College Hill COGIC, Tampa -Pastor Charles Davis Thursday, Oct. 7 -Children Of God Pent.oslal Churm, Tampa -Pastor FrankL Williams Friday, Oct. 8 -Wheeler Temple COGIC, St. Pete -Pastor Daniel E. Davis Sunday, Od. 10 -Shiloh Distrid -Elder F. Smith of Zion Hill COGIC, Ocala, Offidoling Hope. She is the author of The Rules of Engagement and Commanding Your Morning. The public is invited to all (") d m m :II ...... occasions. He entered the public speaking arena in 1968 and continues to reinvent himself to positively change the world. He personally trains and develops others to become better communicators and speakers, which led to the creation of The Les Brown Speakers Network. Sunday morning, October 3rd, 10 a. m., Bishop Jefferson will be the fea tured speaker. At 6 p.m., Dr. Cindy Trimm will be the featured guest. She is best known as an empowerment specialist, respected prophet ic voice, bestselling author, life coach and Ambassador of events. All will be held at the N 0 church, located at 3300 N. c:; Nebraska Ave. (33603), except the gala. For more information, call 229-6805. Guest Speaker Dr. Cindy Trimm .. Go to: :Nigiiteivices--rree llanm -,. _.FOr More ---, 3, 2010 Bishop M.B. Jefferson @ J O:OO.am Deeper Church 3300 N. NeDIBSIB


. __ CA3 __ 11----------------------------------------------------------------N ..,,\_ \:;;:.'=: Cordially Invites You To Take Part In A Tri bute To The Founder And Publisher Of OnQue! Magazine Saturdav, October 2, 2010 P. M. MR ANDREW 'JR' TARVER WHITE Actor, Chief Executive Officer of On-Que! LYONS Presi d ent, Florida General Baptist Convention Speaker EDDIE NEWKIRK Hos t Pastor And Father Of On-Que! "How un we lr.now where we are going unless we we have been? How can we tread the past of the known nnleaa wehave treaded on the past of the unknown? Rev. Pauline L. Cole Please note and I submit to you that the process of collecting torical data about our Black Nurses, RNs, LPNs and students here in the Tampa Bay area is an ongoing process. One of the main purP<>ses for collecting this is so that Black nurses in Tampa can be responsible for writing their own history under the official Black Nurses Association of Tampa Bay and not leave it up to others to write our history. The other purpose in collecting this data is for a Historical Documentary to be done. A large amount of data has been collected, but we still have a long ways to go. On this past February 3 2010, we celebrated our 6rst Jtistorical Banquet.Rev. Pauline L Cole coordinated and organized the program.We honored three Black nurses who had made a difference in their nursing profession and in the Tampa Bay community-Mn. Annie J. Hicks, Mrs. Deloria Singleton and Mrs. Linda Wmdom. .Mary E. Mahoney, R N., was the Role Model. I met with Dr. Walter Smith on August 27, 2010 at his library and discussed the possibility of setting up an Archive for the Black Nurses Association of Tampa Bay. He gave his verbal approval. The Historic Committee will meet with him and begin to formalize this effort through more discuasion and -written consent A scholarship will be given May, 2011 to a deserving student in one of the B. S. progtams. The committee submitted to TBBNA the following information on August 28, 2010: The beginning of Black Nurses Association of Tampa Bay Inc., its Chapter all Presidents, the beginning of the Historical Perspectives. Please Note1 The Hi s torical Committee will meet on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at Dr. Walter Smith Library 905 North Albany Avenue (corner of Cypress St. and Ave .) The time is 5 : 30 p .m. Pleas e park between the 1st and 2nd building on Albany Ave l'.1id \d,,, ------. -----Teams Chosen For 5th Annual Technologv Bowl BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hill sboroug h Community Colle g e Brandon Campu s will host the sth Annual Technology Bowl on Saturday, October 23rd. The ali-day affair will feature a "Family Feud style panel competition where teams of teenage youth compete for technology prizes. Members of the teams are sponsored by se v eral organiza tions throughout the commu nity The teams are as follows : Team 1 members are Malachi Duquette, Alexander Applegett, Jordan Hernandez, and Garret Cox. Members of Team 2 are Terell McRae, Courtney Wright, Sarai Garcia, and Lonnie Andrews. Te a m 3 m e mbers are Nilda Gonzalez, William Jackson, Carlos Gonzalez, and Greyses Encarnacion. Team 4 members are Solomon Gran, Bryan -Sanchez, Sanchez, and Melani Sanchez. Members of Team 5 are Wilfredo Andino, Ricky Salomon Jr., and Angelica Carranza. Tearri 6 members are Josue Tickets $75.00 RALPH SMITH Founder, Director of Computer Mentors, Inc. Cedeno, Nikole Hernandez, Kimberly Estrada, and Jose Feliciano. Team 7 members are Anthony Pritchett, Gabriel Baker, Rayna Pegues, and Joshua King. Members of Team 8 are Youth from the CROP Program. This team is being sponsored by Hillsborough Community College. Team 9 members are Dennis Diaz and -Martin Brouillard. The other two players are to be announced. Team 10 members are Laura Rodriguez, Lina Rodriguez, .Edgar Uribe and J esica Harris. Team 11 members are Lee CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP LEVELS: (PI-chcclt the boX lndlcatlna youi-spom101'1hip level) IJ ENTREPRENEURS SPONSORSHIP 0 ARCHITECTS SPONSORSHIP D DliVELOPERS SPONSORSHIP 0 BUILDERS SPONSORSHIP 0 BRICKS AND MORTARS SPONSORSHIP 0 DONOR SPONSORSHIP Gibson, Henderson, Santiago, and Zayvon Hanna Kaleb Brooks. Members of Team 12 are Curtis Hill, Kahlil Hill, and De'Mia Middleton. The fourth member is to be announced Laura Leal and Ethan Floyd are alternate team members who have not been assigned to a team. The competition will focus on their skills, knowledge of computers, and technology. Local organizations and businesses serve as sponsors for each of the 12 teams. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors said the organization was founded to help bridge the technology gap for low-income-families. In addition to the annual Technology Bowl, the organi zation allows teenagers to participate in the Youth Computer -Certification & Ownershlp Program "' 'Fhis year, several celebrity moderators will participate in the event. Anyone wanting more information can contact Smith or Computer Mentors at (813) 236-1191, or visit the_ _website at http: //www.com-putermeior.org. I.S.Y.P OK efTIIifii.IIC.: P.O.a.311315 T..,i,RIHII ..... (113) 231-UO &1. Fu: (113) 231-4611 Elllll:


Local c Man's Bodv To Be Viewed In Car Wearing Miami Dolphins Outfit g BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, October 1st, fam ily membe rs and friends will attend the viewing of 31-yearold Trevor Link. Link's body was found in a home on North Stella Avenue in Lakeland, shortly after midnight last Friday. The funeral services for Link will be held on Saturday, October 2nd, at 1 p.m., at Word Alive Ministries in Lakeland. Police said they responded to the residence after receiving a report of shots being fired. Upon arrival, they discovered his body inside the home. Link was popular in his Lakeland community and was friends with rappers, such as DeJuan and Plies, who will include parts of his funeral program into his next video and rap song. Some members of the National Football League (the Pouncy twins) will attend a special viewing on Friday because they will not be able to attend the ser vices, Ms. Sonji Coney, of Coney Funeral Home said. However, Ms. Coney said the viewing that will begin in the afternoon, will be a first of its kind. "He is going to be viewed in a Chrysler 300 car that is painted orange and green. He will also be wearing TREVOR LINK ... was found dead inside a Lakeland home last Friday Rainbow Ministries 1405 Park Street Seffner FL 33584 813-381-3937 Pastor: ELDER JOSEPH B. GREEN First Lady CHERYL GREEN Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 11:30 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warriors Service Every Second Sat Of Each Month "Come A Table Has Been Prepared" www. rainbowministries. webs.com .....--HIGHLAND M. B. 3410 E. North St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 238-5491 REV. JULIUS L WYNN, SR Pastor Invites You To A "Night Of Praise And Worship" Saturday, October 9, 2010 6 P.M. Featuring The Gospel And Cultural Choir at the University Of Central Florida In Concert Also On Program: First Missionary Baptist Church of West Tampa Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Dunedin Mary E DeBose of Sanford, Guest Soloist LADY VANESSA BANKS Sister Patsy Ross, Youth Directress Deacon Milton Wade, Chairman of Deacons II Community Health Fair Free and Open to the Public!!! Saturday, October 2, 201 0 10 AM -1 PM St. James House of Prayer 2708 N. Central Ave., Tampa, FL 33602 (Corner of Central and Columbus) 10 am -1 pm Community Room Blood pressure check Glucose test Vision test Weight/Height Sickle Cell Test Healthcare Resources Community Resources 10:30 am -1 pm Health Education Classes High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Diauo::lo::> Fitness Nutrition Medicare Part D For more information, call (813) 228-0442 e x p ecting the birth of his dau ghte r next month. He had just celebrated his 31st birth day on September 19th. h e loved the Miami Dolphins. We are dressing him in the shoes, hat, and outfit with ev e rything to match." a OJ m ...... his Miami Dolphins outfit, including the hat and shoes "His family is celebrating his homegoing like he celebrated his life." Link was the second of five children born to Mrs. Gayle Sheals, of Lakeland. He was the father of 10 children, was Mrs. Sheals said her son loved cars and had painted the vehicle the color of his favorite football team, inside and out. "He loved cars and After the viewing on Friday, 1\) his body will be removed from the vehicle and placed in a traditional coffin for burial HDoA Ticket Outlets Tampa: Min. Farrakhan Ticket Outlet 2911 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 9 am to 8 pm Daily (813) 965-7988 Boyz 2 Men 2135 University Sq. Mall Tampa, FL 33612 on Saturday. St. Petersburg: Muhammad Mosque #95 900 22nd St South St., Petersburg, Fl. 33733 10 am to 2 pm Daily Intrigue Barber Shop 514 49th Street St. Petersburg, FL 727-321-7203 813-979-2887 Orlando: GO Fashions 407 Customs 301 0 E. Hillsborough Ave. 1233 W. Sandlake Rd. Tampa, FL 33610 Orlando,.FL (813)236-7804 407-903-9228 Sweet Stop Candy Company Ladies of the Sea 407 West Church St. 2705 E. MLK Blvd. Suite A Orlando, FL 32801 Tampa, FL 3361 0 321-439-8216 813-247-2722 Dolly's One Stop Records Candy Lowe Tea Time 400 N. Pinehills Road Suite H 904 E. Henry Ave. Tampa, FL Orlando, FL 32811 ...... ...... 813-394-6363 407-295-9584 >


0 Local N ,... a: w m Tribute Planned To Honor Marie White lr----------------. (.) 0 c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w :::: 1-w > w c w l: en :::i m :::: D.. z i= w ...I ...I :::: m ...I w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ARTHUR MCKAY BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The former staff of On-Que! Magazine, a Christian maga zine, has planned a tribute for its founder and publisher, REV. DONALD WHITE AND MARIE WHITE Marie Tarver White. The tribute will be held Saturday evening, October 2, 2010, 7 p. m. at St. John Cathedral Church, 3401 2sth Ave., Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Pastor. iiiii"'!!1 UNITEDSTJ!.TES Statement of<:lwnership, Management, and Circulation l!!!liii6 POSTJJLSERVICE (All Periodicals Publications Exce t Re uester PublicaUons) 1 Pvblc:efion'Tillll 2207 E. 2lat Avenue Taapa, Florida 33605-2043 a MlilnQiodchsa orGw'llral Bullneu OSctef F\!tllshet 2207 E 2lat Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605-2043 Sybil K. Andr...,a-Wella 2207 E. 21ot Avenue .. 2943 CWilt\cfO!jii-Hayea 2207 E Zlat Avenue T ... pa, Florida 33605-2043 NONE .. ... .._. ......._ < .J' C. BLTIIJIAIIIliiEIIS II I l. i \ ,r,.1 22'07 E. 21ot Avenue Tampa P'l 33605 Sybil K. Andrews-Wells 2207 E. 21st Avenue Tampa Ft 33605 Mrs. Gloria And1tew1 2207 E. 2lat AvetJUe TIIIIPa F1 33605 Or W W Andrews I f I \ ; : I --r--------------.-... .. -. :, i' .' 1 -/. .... lt. ::.._. t2l :.-""""' ........ 99. 85 o .,.j)lftllfrlt \ 99.85 DONALD DOWRIDGE "I am honored that the staff of On-Que! has chosen to honor me," Mrs. White said. ''I'll be able to smell my flowers while I'm still living." "I've experienced a month's stay in the hospital with life threatening surgery, but I'm still recovering. Than:ks be to God that I'm still alive and receiving his blessings," she said. Arthur McKay said he and Marie "have been friends for many years. I was there when she put the first magazine together back in January-February 1990. It was her concept and a great concept...to look at churchrelated events that touched all people, especially the unsung heroes. The magazine allowed all kind of peo ple to contribute." "Marie is one who truly deserves this tribute," he said. Donald Dowridge is slated to emcee the program Saturday evening, and says the public will not be disap pointed. "I refer to her as the. First Lady of the Christian Community.' The magazine did a lot of good in the com munity ... by shining the light on various pastors. Its intention was to uplift the community throughout," he said. "The magazine is a part of Tampa' s history." Dowdridge says Mrs. White is like a 'big sister' to him. "Because of my association with her and the magazine, a lot of doors were opened for DLD Enterprise," he said. Mrs. White expresses grat.itude to her husband, Rev. Donald White, children -Bridget, Tina, Donald, samantha, Dante and Teri; her brother, Andrew JR Tarver, who traveled from Orlando 2-3 times each week during her illness; her godmothers, Rosie Walker and Mattie Murray; cousin, Arie Davis (who was there every day) and her 'Iii sister,' Kay Powell. cominasoon To Main St. 24Hours In The Spotlight LAU,RA ... -. ._:; -..... .: .. -..: ... This Laura as our Spotlightteatiui e is a year-old Vi. rgo, her : r favorite artist is ., t. ,: .. Drake. basketball. In the futul!e to be a _police \, .; '!' \. -...1 To .. ljves.-Laura's phi-losophy up to get-mv. cake up." When it comes :to: .the man in her life, tan, dark an d Laura, $Pclitlight feat _iue. ?., --r If you're lntere.tedd_ n being ln. the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please -foa.r ;lniomi&tion. and photo, Includ Ing a contact number tc:t: IIDhnsc)DOlJSantlnil.com .


c American Cancer Societv Encourages Women To Put Their Health First To Fight Breast Cancer 0 n d m m As the nation marks the annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October the American Cancer Society is encourag ing women to choose to put their personal breast health first to stay well and reduce their risk of breast cancer. The Society is reminding women 40 and older about the importance of getting a mammogram and clinical breast exam every year to find breast cancer in its ear liest most treatable stage. More than 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year and more than 40,000 will die from the disease. That's why the American Cancer Society is fighting back against breast cancer in Hillsborough County. Join the American Cancer Society on Saturday, October 23, 2010, at the 10th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer -a 5K, noncompetitive walk. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is more than just the name of an event. It represents the progress being made to defeat this disease. "Accor ding to the Ameri can Cancer Society African-American women have a lower incidence rate of breast cancer than white women. Yet Black women are more likely to die of breast cancer than white women," said Lucinda Askew, a volunteer for the American Cancer Society We need to do something about this in our commu nity and it starts with edu cation." LUCINDA ASKEW Funds raised through this event will support the American Cancer Society 's efforts to save lives by help ing people stay well by pre venting cancer or finding it early; helping people get well by being there for them during and after a cancer diagnosis; b y find ing cures through investment in groundbreaking research; and by fighting back by encouraging law makers to pass laws to de feat cancer and by rallying communities worldwide to join the fight. Churches that have signed up as participants include: Center For Manifestation, BibleBased of Temple Ter race Beulah Baptist Insti tutional, Macedonia (Rev. Sykes), College Hill Church of God in Christ, ..... New Dawn Restoration, 1\l 0 New Heritage Christian, St. ..... 0 John Cathedral, 34th St Church of God and Peace Baptist. Ms. Askew says there's still time to sign up. For additional information, please call (813) 966-4041. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Saturday, October 23, 2010, St. Pete Times Forum, Downtown Tampa. Registration starts at 7:30a.m.; the walk begins at 9 a. m. Sunday, October 17th, is set aside as Pink Sunday." Women are encouraged to wearpink. For more information on 0 forming a team or partici-):> pating in the walk, visit http://makingstrides.ac-Z sevents.org/hillsborough or call (813) 319-5929. J!! For more information on m American Cancer Society ? programs or activities, call r m 1-800-227-2345 or visit :::! cancer.org. z "'D c: m c OUR COMMUNITY IS COMING TOGETHER FOR JOBS AND A BETTER QUALI TY OF LIFE !:2 What you're voting for: A modern transportation syster:n New Local JOBS $800 million in road improvements What's in it for you: A new bus system and road improvements Longer service hours with 24 hour service on some routes 'The NAACP is a progressive organization that is strongly behind the Countywide Transportation Referendum in every aspect. We are proud of Tampa and Hillsborough County and want it to mirror mass transit in other urban centers throughout the United States. People without transportation must be able to get to work and live a quality lifestyle." Dr. Samuel Lamar Wright, Sr. VIce-President Hillsborough County NAACP The Plan: Penny sales tax /o to roads and 75/o to transit Does not apply to groceries and medicine -20/o paid by tourist A dedicated trust fund with citizen oversight Flex routes-curb to curb van based service within a half mile designated routes nd St. road enhancements FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: WWW.MOVINGHILLSBOROUGHFORWARD.ORG Pd. Pol. Adv. paid for by Moving Hillsborough Forward, 4511 N. Himes Avenue, Suite 125 Tampa, FL 33614 th St. reconstruction m -< c: m en c ):> z c c ..... (..) I ):>


..... 0 a: w m g c a: LL Ravs Pav The Price ForVictorv The Rays went into last Tuesday's game with the red hot Baltimore Orioles, need ing one win to clinch a spot in the Major League Baseball playoffs The Rays paid the price for victory. They moved pitching ace, David Price up in the pitching rotation in a n effmt to secure the victory. Price's response was mag nificent. The lanky, left-hander pitched eight innings of scoreless baseball. He allowed five hits, no runs a nd didn't walk a batter. Ace reliever, Rafael Sorari pitched a scoreless ninth inning to seal the victory. C The Rays made the playoffs fE for the second time in three c z 1-w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::> a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m y ears. The goal now is to win the Division Championship and the World Series. A lot of the teams' success will ride on the shoulders of their lefthanded, flame-throwing, Cy Young Award candidate, David Price. United States Seeks To Retain Ryder Cup The United States is in a battle with the continent of Europe to retain the Ryder Cup. The two teams are cap tained by Corey Pavin a nd Colin Montgomery. Some of the biggest names in go lf are on both teams. The United States has names lik e Tiger Woods, Phil ...J Mickleson, Steve Stricker, Jim Furyis, j:: Dustin Johnson and z w en a: 0 ...J LL THE RETURN OF Bubba Watson on their 12member squad. The Europeans have Luke Donald, Lee Westwood, Rory McElroy, Padriq Harrington, Martin Kaymor, Gamma McDowell, Ion Poulter and Miguel Jimenez. The event is being played on European soil and the home team is favored to win. Don t count the United States team out. The team has plenty of fire powers. Bucs Have Weekend Off The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a bye-week and it comes at a n opportune time. It gives th e Bucs coaching staff time to evaluate the team work on the team' s mistakes and make corrections. The Bucs started the season 2-0, but the victories were over two of the league's weaker teams. La s t week, the Bucs were soundly defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The score doesn't matter. What does matter is the game gave the coaching staff a measuring stick of w hat it takes to compete against top t eams and what th ey need to do in order to b ea t th e t e ams that they can beat. The Steelers are a veteran team with one of th e league s top defens es Th e ir quarte r back, Charlie Batch is a vetera n with a l ot of ex peri e n ce as a starting quarterback with a l ot of wins. 6th Annual Golf Tournament Planned The South Florida Progressive Association will host their 6th Annual Dr. C. T. Kirkland -Moderators Golf Tournament on Monday October 4th, at 1 p.m., at Rogers Park Golf Course. The tournament began six years ago under the direction of Dr. Reginald Franklin. Rev. Franklin approached Dr. Kirkland, the South Florida Progressive Association Moderator, with the idea to host a Golf Tournament to raise funds to assist graduating high school seniors. Since the inception of the tournament, the South Florida Progressive Association has awarded 28 co llege freshmen from its affiliate churches $ 1,000 scholarships. Each year, community businesses, churches, and individuals have served as sponsors. The organization continues to seek sponsors to h e lp more graduates Anyone wishing to partici pate or who would lik e additional information can contact Rev. Franklin at (813) 758-9670 or email at r ev franklin @ hotmail.co m. Th e community is encour aged to atte nd the event. Register To Vote At The Sentinel: Deadline October 4th Ravs Clinch Plavon Berth Behind Price ST. PETERSBURG-Music blared, champagne flowed and a half-empty stadium rocked. The Tampa Bay Rays are back in the piayoffs. With 19-game winner David Price delivering another impressive pitching performance on a day he described as a "nightmare," the Rays also got solo home runs from Carl Crawford and Carlos Pena to set the stage for a wild party. The Yankees clinched a playoff spot Tuesday night with a DAVID PRICE 6-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. 'Cats Continue To Roam By Ted Taylor With each successive game to start the season, the competition has intensified and the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats have responded accordingly under the Brian Jenkins regime. After beating hapless NAIA opponent Edward Waters College to open the season and Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) doormat Savannah State last week, the 'Cats attacked the Norfolk State Spartans to the tune of 21-7 in Municipal Stadium before 5,371 on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats hit the road for the first time this season trav elling to Baltimore to take on the Morgan State Bears in another Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. The 2-2 Bears recorded their first con ference victory in its MEAC opener against Howard University last Saturday in the Whitney Young Classic in New York. Tigers Dominate Ranlers In Dome By Ted Taylor On th e second play of the 28t h Atl anta Football Classic the 54,202 fans in attendance in the Georgia Dome r ealized that e i ght years of frustration would be forgotten b y the Tennessee State Tigers. In a victory that was worse than the final score indicated, the Tigers fimill y got a measure of revenge against Florida A & M 29-18. Tigers running back Preston Brown got pass the defensive line on the second play from scrimmage and 7 1 yar d s later, they were ahead 6-o. The point-after kick was no good but it would matter. When FAMU could not do anything on its possession, minutes later the Tigers showed there would be no doubt of the outcome when lanky receiver Joseph Hills caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jeremy Perry to increase the first quarter lead to 13-0. The victory was a Classic record-setter for Tennessee State, with Brown rushing for 233 yards on 28carries. Also, the defense had a record-setting eleven sacks. FAMU was only able to gain 199 total ya rds Many were wondering if FAMU was already looking toward its biggest game of the season against South Carolina State next Saturday eveni ng in Tallahassee. The Bulldogs only loss of the season in three games has been aga inst Georgia T ec h. For the past few yep.rs, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title has gone through the Bulldogs.


Sports McNabb Expecting warm Welcome Sundav DONOVAN MCNABB Donovan McNabb believes fans in Philly, not typically known for their gra ciousness, will cheer for his Sunday return to Lincoln Financial Field, at least "until the whistle blows and the game starts," he said. "Honestly, I think I will be more cheered," McNabb said Tuesday on his weekly radio show on ESPN-980 in Washington. "No matter what the situation is, right now I'm with a different team and it's a rival and i,t wasn't my choice. We had a successful 11 years. We had a lot of exciting plays and obvi ously some down times, but there were more exciting things in 11 years." McNabb also reiterated that "I wasn't the one looking to get out." Dez Brvant Picks Up $55,000 Dinner Tab For Cowbovs. leammates DEZBRYANT D _ez Bryant probably should Iiave opted to carry Roy"Williiims' pads. Bryant, a rookie Dallas Cowboys receiver, said rather take the fellow offen sive players out to dinner and buy them some Nikes instead of hauling Williams' pads around during training camp -a friendly rookie. hazing activity. The problem was that Williams also invited the defensive players to the meal. The bill from Monday night's dinner at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse came to $54,896. "They got the young fella," Bryant's adviser David Wells, told the website. "What could he say? He had to pay it, unless he wanted to wash dishes for a month." Watching his teammates order expensive bottles of wine and just about every thing else on the menu likely didn't help Bryant's stress fractured rib feel any better. The team disclosed that Bryant played with that injury against Houston in Week3. Mickelson savs Mcllrov-woods Spat Overblown TIGER WOODS NEWPORT, Wales -Phil Mickelson came to the defense of Rory Mcllroy on Wednesday, calling him one of the classiest players in golf and his desire to play Tiger Woods is the goal of every player who wants to beat the best. The back-and-forth between Mcilroy and Woods has captivated the early days of the Ryder Cup. Mcilroy said in August he would "love to face" the worid's No.1 phiyer unless his game improves. Asked about that comment, Woods defiantly said, "Me, too." Mickelson was surprised to hear it had become such a big story "That's the type of charisma that Rory Mcilroy has," Mickelson said. "He's just like other top player that wants to take on the best. That's not any type of contro versy or saga." Vick Is As Good As Ever PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick makes big plays with his arm instead of his legs. Vick's evolution as quarter back is summed up perfectly by the way he operated a hurry-up offense in Philadelphia's 28-3 win at Jacksonville on Sunday. He's no longer a run-first guy who quickly takes off with the ball if his primary option is cov ered. Rather, he's found suc cess iri the pocket. Vick has an even bigger challenge coming up when the Eagles (2-1) host Washington (1-2) in Donovan McNabb's MICHAEL VICK return to Philadelphia. But the way Vick is playing now, he might be a better fit for the Eagles than even McNabb, who led them to five NFC championship games in 11 seasons. San Francisco's Firing Of onensive Coordinator Was Long Overdue Given the disarray I saw firsthand from the winless 49ers on Sunday in Kansas City, the team's move to fire offensive coordinator Jimmy Monday comes as no real surprise. Other than the fact that San Francisco head coach Mike Singletary specifically assured reporters Sunday afternoon that Raye would be his offensive coordi nator the rest of the season. Whether the choice to sack Raye less than 24 hours after the 49ers' debacle of a 31-10 loss to the Chiefs was Singletary's or came down from on high within the 49ers ownership or front office really doesn't matter. It was the right choice and, frankly, long JIMMYRAYE overdue. Raye is a 30-plus-yeai-vet:eran of NFL coaching, but -in his second with th. e Niners he was clearly over matched in hiS' role LEMON PEPPER WINGS 8PM-1AM 'TUESDAY 2-4-1 TOP SHELFAII. ESD'Y


ntertainment Judge Declares Mistrial wvclef Hospitalized, sunering Bevonce, With New Single on The wav, Shows ,... a: w Ill 0 1-u 0 In Buiu Banton Drug case c a: L1. BUJUBANTON A Florida judge on Monday declared a mistrial for Jamaican reggae star Buju Banton, who was accused of conspiring to buy cocaine from an undercover police of ficer last year. U. S. District Judge C James Moody made the defE cision after the 12-personjury c sent him a second note saying Z they couldn't reach a verdict. w c w %: en ::::i m ;:::) a. z tu ..J ..J ;:::) m sent them back to k e e p try ing. Deliberations had b e gun Thursday after a four-da y trial. The jurors declined to tell reporter s about their delibe r ations. Banton's attorney has asked Moody to release Banton on bond. He has been held without bond since his Dec. 10 arrest. The attorne y s and Moody discuss e d scheduling a new trial in December. Banton, a four-time Grammy nominee, had been charged with conspiracy to possess and distribute co caine and aiding two others in possessing a firearm dur ing the course of cocaine dis tribution He f a ced up to life in prison. Banton's attorney, David Markus, had argued that the singer was entrapped by a U.S. government informant. "We were hoping to get a good verdict today. That said 12 jurors did not believe Buju did it," said Banton's attorney, David Markus. "The government tried to prove its case beyond a rea sonable doubt, and they did not do it." From Stress NEW YORK -A rep for singer Wyclef Jean says he has been hospitalized at an undisclosed location The 37y ear-old Grammy Award winner checked into a hospital. His rep, Marian Salzman says he's "suffering from stress and fatigue. Minai Fans Duped Bv Scam Artists NICKIMINAJ Nicki Minaj fans at at least two American colleges lined up to buy tickets to see her live on campus, but there was one problem: Minaj did not know about them. The news broke out after Minaj was sent a picture on Twitter of fans lining up to buy tickets to a concert of hers that wasn't scheduled. Loads of students and eager fans were scammed. The schools targeted were Michigan State University and Jackson State University. Minaj quickly added that her legal team was already on the case and that "way more schools that were scammed." Antoine Dodson Moves Familv Out Of Projects Vic tim turned YouTube sensation Antoine Dodson h a s d e cid e d to move his family into a s afer home. Dodson mo v ed his sister and her children iiito a new home "We found a house!" An toine said in an interview "We are excited ... It's for my whole family. And these are new houses that have just been built." Dodson, who is paying for the new home from proceeds he earned after musicians the Gregory Brothers turned his "We Gon Find You" tirade into a n AutoTun e d song that hit th e top so iTunes list st a t es th a t a lthou g h th e s itu:a tion surro undin g his n e w found fam e w as tra umatic, h e does n't r eg r e t doin g th e now inf a m o u s interview. OH Some New Tanoos BEYONCE Beyonce is sporting some new ink, but don't expect it to last. She shows off some new temporary tattoos from the House of Dereon. The singer paired up with airbrush makeup brand Temptu to cre ate limited-edition temporary body art. "With a Sixties-pinup-girl meets-futuristic-biker-chick theme, Beyonce and I really wanted to give our Dereon Fall 2010 campaign a tough edginess. We decided to invite Temptu to help us create custom body art for her to model with our fashions. The result ing images were so strong that we realized consumers might want to re-create the tattoos themselves," Tina Knowles, Dereon's founder and creative director said. The limited-edition tempo rary tattoos will be available this November in Dereon's signature fleur icon, rock n roll, jewelry, and spider designs. They are waterproof and created to last two to five days


"T1 F ntertainment ll PETA Upset With Aretha Releases Statement On Son's Beating 50 Cent Over A r e t h a The Queen of Soul said in a a hospital emergency room (') Franklin is statement that she wanted to early Tuesday morning. d Treatment Of Dog speaking to Clarify some inaccuracies that She stated because of the the public for h ave been reported. In a statebrutal beating he had to have Jl 50 CENT And His Dog, OPRAH People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals have set their sights on 50 Cent after the G-Unit rapper posted disturbing pictures of his dog on Twitter. The pictures show the rap per with his dog "Oprah" who he also created a Twitter page for, @OprahTheDog. The dog, a miniature Schnauzer, was shown in a photo with 50 wearing a leg cast with the caption, This is my dog Oprah Winfrey. I broke h e r le g cause the PETA people threw paint on m y coat." Following that he posted another picture showing him self holding a knife towards the dog Dr. Ore Talks Detox: 'It's Coming. Real Soon' DR.DRE Dr. Dre is continuing to speak to fans about his long awaited album D e tox. In a n int erview, Dre states that his a lbum is "o n the way and that h e plans to bring some heat for fans that h ave been waiting. Although fans ma y not have a r e l ease d ate for Detox, Dre i s giving fans a taste of what he can do ... literally. Irina Set To Release Exclusive lphone APP TRINA Recording artist and and self-proclaimed "Da Baddest Chick" Trina, is Rock Soft ware's first female Hip-Hop artist to have a signature iPhoneApp. Embracing today's techno logical trends, Trina's exclusive iPhone App will be avail able http:/ /rocksoftware com/trina by late 2010, allowing her fans a closer look into Trina's world. Included in the upcoming Trina App, Rock Software will highlight some of her sex iest videos, hottest singles, ex clusive new music Trina's Ustream link, and many mor e surprises. As the rollout con tinues to dev e lop, Trina and the Rock Software team v.;ll offer fans excl usiv e access to Trina through additional fea tures to be included in the app. Is Hiring Security Specialist -Must Have A "D" License, Military Background Drug Test & Background Check 3 Years Experience Women Preferred Call 3)621-7225 the first time ment through her publicist, his jaw wired shut. re gar ding the Franklin revealed that her She also says that her son 's attack on her son at a Detroit son, Eddie Franklin undergirlfriend gave the wrong loca-gas station, Monday. went surgery after arriving at tion of Monday night's attack. FAZE 2 PRESINlS SATURDAYlOCTOBER 2NDl.201 0 @ LOUISE YKES FERGUSOn HALL INSIDE THE DAVID A. STRAZ JR. CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARlS (FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE TAMPA BAY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER) 1010 NORTH w.c. MACINNES PLACE TAMPA I FLORIDA 33602 ,. STRAZ CENTER" FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS FOR ncms CALL: 813 TO ORDER ONLINE LOG ON TO: "T1 r-0 Jl en m z ::::! z m r-Ill c: r rm ::::! z "C c: Ill c en ::I: m 0 m < m Jl -< -f c: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 Jl 0


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(Budget $17M) [**] Piranha 3D Prehistoric Piranhas get busy on the locals. Lots of blood. Not for Kids. Made $24M. (Budget $24M)[***] Eat Pray Love-Julia Roberts travels the world looking for love. Good movie for you and your girl. Made $79M (Bud get $6oM) [ ***] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-JR hatches a plan to get Scott out of town; Madison reveals incrim inating information to Liza; Marissa and JR argue over her trying to get primary custody of AJ. Marissa warns Asher to stay away from her son; the prime suspect may be denied bail; Caleb questions Scott about trusting Annie. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Stephanie surprises her guests with a special gift that brings out the child in them all; Liam goes out of his way to give Brooke a personal apology; Nick's relationship with Aggie progresses after they share their true feelings for each other. Brid get begs Rick to reconsider his tactics for pursuing Jackie; Bridget and Owen discover how the public perceives their situation; Brooke finds a private letter written by Stephanie that contains a secret that she's been keeping from her loved ones. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole discovers that Vivian is in the crypt; EJ explains to Stefano that he s faking his amnesia to gain the upper hand over Sami; Rafe and Sami discuss getting married as soon as possible; Stefano confides in Kate about EJ's ruse. Stefano leads EJ to believe that Sami or Will shot him; Brady starts to play Nicole by seducing her; Rafe tells Sami that things are far from resolved; Victor intends to use Philip as an excuse to visit Maggie; Roman arrives to take EJ's statement. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Brenda arrives in Port Charles; Lisa may help Patrick get released from the PCPD; Dante questions Lulu's motives for having an adventure. Sam and Jason may break up because of Brenda; Lisa becomes undone; Maxie is jealous when she finds Spinelli in fatuated with Brenda. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-The custody trial is decided; James suggests that Ford get a job at the country club; Starr confides in Langston about her troubles with Cole. Todd asks Viki for help; Charlie receives a surprise visit by a woman from his past; Natalie and John are suspicious of Greg. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Restless Style hits the stands with a bang; Adam begs Sharon and Ashley for their forgiveness. Skye falls on her sword with Adam; Victoria and Abby learn their worth. @(f)@@@ 6t j(t ------------------HOROSCOPES TODAY'S BIRTHDAY-Your own imagination generates questions that are central to your happiness. Evaluate ideas first in seclusion. Then activate them throughout the year one at a time, and measure progress regularly. Later dreams show where and when to change course. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -A y ounger person demands greater independence. 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Aries (March 21-April19)-Divide your time between imaginative group activities and personal meditations. You need to sort out logical questions. Share results. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -A casual meeting at a social event crystallizes an idea you have for a gift. Ypu re certain that your partner will love it. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Your own imagination can get you in trouble if you don' t bring it down to earth somehow. Refocus your in tention in a more public direc tion. Cancer (June 22-July 22) The month ends on a note of adaptation to the needs of others. You have a broader perspective about interdependence after today. Contribute and prosper. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) An associate asks a tricky question, and you must re solve a problem now. Make sure you understand the de tails, before you blurt out your luck-y response. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A co worker suggests that you can do all the work yourself. You 're not so sure. Ask questions and then divide it up more fairly.


Funerals/Memoriam Homegoing services for Mrs. Annie Ruth Jones, of 1102 North Alexander Ave., who passed away, Saturday, September 25, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Jones was born February 5, 1941, in Bainbridge, Georgia. She enjoyed cooking, dancing and making people laugh. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Lorthlee Harris and Vernon Screen; and son, Willie James Benton. She leaves to cherish her memories: husband, Earl Jones of Tampa; children, Marsha Jackson of Lakeland, FL, Ernest Jackson of Rochester, NY, and Andre 'Benton of Rochester, NY; son-in-law, Kim Thompson of Lakeland; daughter-inlaw, lsa Benton of Rochester, NY; grandchildren, Jasmine Jackson, Andre Benton, Jr., Andrea Benton, Ernest Jackson, Jr Sade Benton, Aaron Benton and Mary Benton; brothers, Eddie Joe Harris, Rochester, NY, Victor Royal of Tennille, GA, and Andrew Henry of Rochester, NY; devoted friends, Fran Tucker, Latisha Williams and Bar-. bara and Jack Gonzalez. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, October 1, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. ERNEST GREEN, SR. Mr. Ernest Green, Sr., the son of late Major Lee Green Sr. and Lessie Mae Green, was born in Charleston, SC, on July 26, 2010. He entered eternal rest peacefully on September 26, 2010, at his home. Homegoing services will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 1 p. m. at New Greater Friendship M. B. Church, 3304 E. Emma Avenue, Rev. Madison Murray, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Green attended Booker T. Washington and the public school system of Hillsborol!gh County. His career was a professional truck driver for over 30 years. "Pop" was a local gospel DJ and very passionate about sports. He showed his love for sports by working with different little league programs throughout the Bay area. He also enjoyed cooking for family gatherings. He was preceded in death by: his father, Major Lee Green, Sr.; mother, Lessie Mae Green; and brother, Major Lee Green, Jr. He leaves to cherish fond memories: a loving and devoted wife, Charlene Green; children, Ernest Green, Jr., Edwin Green (Ke'sha), Cheryl Randolph (Clevin), Carolyn Snells, Joseph Green (Tiffany), Anita Green, Justin Goldsmith (Terreka), Adam Green (Tameka), Kendra Green, Connie Johnson; sister, Julia Green lloyd and sister-in-law, Dorothy Green; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Ernest Green, Sr. will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45p.m. A HARMON BURIAL Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDERSON L.F .D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation < >ur ( i\ kct Your l ttmih \ \l'l'tb --------------------------MR. SAMMIE L. MCGEE, SR. Memorial services for Mr. Sammie L. McGee, Sr., will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Northside M. B. Church, 5706 N. 40th Street, with the pastor, Rev. Riccardo Robinson, officiating. Interment will be private. Sammie L. McGee, Sr. was a native of Valdosta, GA. He was a retired Longshoreman. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Christine and Dave McGee; and son, Sammie L. McGee, Jr. Mr. Sammie L. McGee, Sr. leaves to cherish his memories: a devoted wife, Wylene McGee, Tampa; daughters, Wanda Hicks (Robert), Sandra Kyles McGee and Samantha Graddy McGee; sons, Kenneth McGee (Ashontaye), Shawn McGee (Latwanda), Sederick McGee, Corey McGee, Willie McGee and Michael McGee; brothers and sisters, Roosevelt Harris (brother), Valdosta, GA, David McGee (brother) (Jackie), Tampa, Johnny Lawson (brother), (Sharon), Valdosta, GA, Willie Lawson (brother) (Donna), Valdosta, GA, Joe Taylor (brother) and Ina Tyler, both of Valdosta, GA, Ida Mae Moore (sister), Miami, Rose Lawson (sister), Valdosta, GA, Ina Taylor, Valdosta, GA Minnie Lawson (sister), Valdosta, GA, and Mildred Carter (sister) Valdosta, GA; 25 grandkids and 1 great grand; and a host of aunts and uncles; other family members and friends. Friends attending the memorial services are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45a. m. A HARMON BURIAL MEMORIAM MRS. DELORES ADAMS TATE 'POLECAT' Birthday: May 10, 1951 Sunset: September 28, 2009 It has been one year, what a glorious day for you, no more pain and suffering. We miss you and we will always love you. The Adams, Clem, Meka, Howard and Bivens family. MS. JACQUELINE YVONNEVANN Homegoing services for Ms. Jacqueline Yvonne Williams Vann, known to her friends as "Jackie", who passed away on Friday, September 24, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 1 p.m. at New Covenant Family Center Baptist Church, with Pastor LeRoy Vann, Sr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Jackie received her education in the School District of Hillsborough County, graduating from Middleton High School in the class of 1961. She had a tremendous love for everyone, especially children. Jackie's heart and doors were always open to anyone who was in need. Jackie was preceded in death by: her mother and father, Lula Mae White and Rollie Williams; grandmothers, Lula Bryant and Bessie Williams; and 3 daughters, Antionette Cochrine, Michelle Gordon, and Rhonda Vann. She leaves to cherish loving and precious memories: son, LeRoy Vann, Jr. (Shonda) Tampa; daughters, Sabrina Smith and Bridgette Vann, Tampa; brothers, Victure White, Vincent White and Vernon White, all of Tampa, and Thomas White (Vasha) Greensboro, NC; sisters, Khadijah Abdur-Rahin White (Taalib Pugh Qugh), Cairo, Egypt, Penny Davis (Anthony) and Sharon Smalley; grandchildren, Carl McGruder, Ortavia Jones (Desmond), Eugene Jones (Bernida), Na'Ontae Jackson (Antwan), Octavia Coleman, LeRoy C. V ann, Venell Vann, Tiffany Vann, Rhonisha Reddick (Eric), La'Mia Massey (Antwan), Ty'Reke McGruder, Ayanna Brown, Justin Smith, JaMarcus Marshall, Brittany Taylor, RayQuel Straughter, Kaneesha Vann, Kayla Smith, Courtney Vann, Alisha Mutcherson, Roderick Lockett, Darius Marshall, Ramon Taylor, Jr., Raykeisha Vann, Roymello Vann, and Jyren Harrell, all of Tampa; 2 adopted sons, Esau Heyward, Jr. (Winifred) and Raymond Heyward; special daughter, Twanda Evans-Vann; aunts, Liona Coates, Tampa, and Jessie Starks (Joe), Tampa; a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends; and special friends, Diane Alice Telfair, Diane Johnson, Patricia Jones, Debra Epps, Conslee Epps, Lela Crist, Mary Epps, John Jones, Jr.,. Roland Barton, Gary Dilbert, Cora Rosson, Erica Jones and Fawnda Pope. Visitation for Jacqueline Vann, will be. held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. ::g i5 The family will receive friends }:: at Harmon Funeral Home Friday evening from 7-8 p. m. g Friends attending the 0-t homegoing services for Jacqueline Vann are asked to aJ assemble at the New Covenant Family Center, 11619 East Mar-_., tinLuther King Blvd., Seffner, -FL, 33584, at 12:45 p. m. AHARMONBURIAL _., MR. FREDDIE LLEWELLYN TAYLOR Homegoing celebration for Mr. Freddie Llewellyn Taylor, passed away Monday, Septem-. her 20, 2010. 0 Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Harmon Fu-rneral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 0 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. :!! He was born in Tampa, to C the late Levy and Doris Taylor, l> graduate from King High en School, class of 1972, served in the Army for five years, ::! worked at Florida Chemical z Supply over-20 years and at J m F Daley International in Plant rCity until his death. aJ He leaves to cherish his ? memory: two children, Fred-rdie Taylor, Jr. (Sunday) of m Tampa, Tenika Taylor, Cicero, ::! Indiana; stepdaughter, Megan Z Doggect of Tampa; 2 grand-"0 children, Freddie Taylor, III ffi and Sunshine Taylor; step rgrandson, Ransome L Ci) Doggett, all of Tampa; 3 sis-J: ters, Jacqualyn Bouazizi, m Carol Wynn and Theodora C Biel, all of Tampa; aunts, Rose m Small of Tampa, Catherine < Burr, St., Petersburg, Minni Robley, Meraldine Banks, all. < of Tampa; uncles, Robert L. -t Johns (Irene), James Johns, C: Elie Johns (Joyce), all of m Tampa; nieces. Tequilla Tay-lor, Shenna Lane (Caleb). Lisa ):!> Jones, Shanita Wynn, all of < Tampa; nephews, Johnnie :J> Durden, Corey Taylor, all of Z Tampa, LiGerald Jones C (LaSanya) Suffolk, VIrginia, Renedo Wynn, Echeva Wynn, :!! all of Tampa; and other sor-C rowing relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to ineet at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel for the service Saturday. A HARMON BURIAL


Q 0 w 1-w > w Q w :::1: 0 :i IJl D. z i= w ...1 ...1 IJl ...1 w z w 0 c( Q a: 0 ...1 LL MR:ALBERT ABRAHAM WHITE Homegoing services for Mr. Albert Abraham White will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Centrai Baptist Church, 402 E. Wind.""orst Road, Brandon, 33510, witi1 Pastor Scott Riggs and Dr. David O'Hara, officiating. Interment will immediately follow at the Hopewell Cemetery in Plant City, FL. Albert was born on March 4, 1922, in Kensham District of the Manchester Parish h Jamaica, W. I., to the late Emelyn Lalor and Andrew Albert departed this life on September 21, 2010 at his home in Brandon. Albert was raised in Jamaica, W. I. and arrived in Rochester, New York, by way of London, England, in August 1958, where he worked and retired from the Eastman KOdak Company. In 1980, Albert and his family relocated to Tampa, where Albert served the Lord at Horizon Church in Valrico, FL. Albert leaves behind his beloved family: his devoted wife, Cinderella (Cindy) of32 years; daughters, Deanna Vli-(Roy), Joan Hoolihan (Christopher), Ruth Baranco, Simone Peterkin and Naomi Ouellette (Michael); sons, Luke White (Diane), Jpnathan White and Albert White, Jr. (Nichole); 20 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of relatives and friends. Throughout his precious life in this world Albert touched and affected the many lives he came in contact with as a father, brother, grandfather, uncle, cousin, friend, advisor, teacher and leader. He leaves behind a great legacy of faith, family and friendship. Visitation for Mr. Albert White will be held on Friday, October 1, 2oio, at 6 p. m. at Central Baptist Church. Family and friends attending the homegoing services are asked to assemble at the church by 10:45 a. m. A HARMON.BURIAL Funeral services for Ms. Emily Jones, who passed away on September 15, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 1 p.m. at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street. Emily was born in Tampa and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She leaves to cherish her memories: mother, Emma Jones; father, Jimmie Jones; sister, Mattie; brothers, Theodore, Henry and Jimmie, Jr.; grandmother, Lillie; aunts, Yvonne, Eula, Lois, Darlene, Barbara and Georgiann; uncles, Dallas and Daughma; goddaughters, Lexus and Masadia; special friends, Colombo, Shonda and Melissa; best friends, Yasmine, Andrea, Danyell and Lorenna; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will be Friday, October 1, 2010, from 5-7 p. m. at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 12:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. RONALD BlANCHETT It's been one year since you've been gone. We miss you. The Larry, Blanchett and Taylor family. in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray. Williams Funeral Home Rhodee. A Northern, Ownera 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813\253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-491! Email: raywms@Q.net MR. CURTIS EBERHART, SR. Mr. Curtis Eberhart, Sr., known to his friends as "Oil Well," went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 19, 2010. A homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 1 p m. at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, with Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Curtis Eberhart was born March 3, 1937, in Lexington, Georgia, to the late Mr. George King Eberhart and the late Mrs. Alice Mattox Eberhart. He was baptized at an early age at Mt. Olive Baptist Church and attended the public schools of Georgia. He later relocated to Tampa, at a young age. He was employed as a Longshoreman at the International Longshoremen's Association Local1402. He leaves to cherish his memory: a ioving and devoted wife and caregiver, Eufa Eberhart; sons, Curtis (Lisa) Eberhart, Jr., Jeffery (Jackie) Eberhart, Cedric Eberhart, and Darral (Jo Ann) Eberhart, all of Tampa; daughters, Valerie "The Big Lady" Eberhart and Sandra "Sandy Pea" Eberhart, both of Tampa; grandchildren, Carletta Eberhart, Curtis Eberhart, III, Marx F. Lowe, Jr., Rameil Standberry, Riyada Stand berry, Christian Murillo, Brittany Murillo, Mariah LOwe, Ariana Brown, Cedricka Eberhart, Lecinda Eberhart, Twan Harris, Sade, Shariaka, Steven, Curtis, IV, Alexis, Aliyah, Jamiah, Shootie, Latoya; Latrease, Kimberly, Porshia, Jeffery, Jr., Deanna, Demetrius, Derrick and Delphine Eberhw:t; 29 great grandchildren; sisters, Sophia Willes, Annie Dean, Carrie Brown, Lucy Dessesseau, Corrie Livingston and Shirley Hutchins, all of Atlanta, GA, and Bertha Washington ofTampa; brothers-in-law, George Washington and Booker T. Washington, both of Tampa; sisters-in-law, Lessie Hooks of Tampa, Ozell Myers of New York, and Verdell Harris of Jacksonville, FL; devoted friend, Mamie Richardson; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, the -Pilgrims Rest M. B. Church family, and friends. The remiuns will repose aftt:r 5 p. m., Friday, 6ctober 1, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The funeral cortege will a-:range from 3608 Frierson Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to as-semble at the church. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com M;RS. ESTELLA BUTLER WILLIAMS Mrs. Estella Butler Williams of Tampa, passed away Saturday, Septem!Jer 25,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Estella Butler Williams was born January 9, 1923, to the late Frank and Lillie Butler in Nashville, Tennessee. The family moved to Camilla, Georgia, where Estella attended the public schools. In 1939 she moved to Tampa, with mother. In 1958 Estella moved to Chicago, Illinois, where she resided with her sister, Aquilla. She remained there for several years where she met and married Noland Lazard Williams. After the death of her husband, Estella moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, for a number of years. She later returned home to Estella established a spe._ cial bond with her nephew, Michael Lawrence Guy and his son, Lawrence, both of whom she helped raise and nurture as her own. She leaves to cherish her memory: sisters, Annie Lois Carrington of Tampa, and Aquilla (Theophers) Williams of Phenix City, AL; father-inlaw, Leo LBzard of Chicago, IL; surrogate son, Leo Lazard Williams of Chjcago, IL; nieces, Cheryl Carrington of Tampa, and Dr. Pamela Denise Guy of AL; nephews, Addeliar Dell (Teri)' Guy of Alexandria, VA., and Michael Lawrence Guy of Las Vegas, NV; grand nieces and grand nephews, Anna "Princess" Carrington of Tampa, Christopher Carrington of California, Chianti (Nicky) Carrington of Lakeland, FL, Lawrence Guy of Las,. Vega, NV, Addeliar "Dell"GuyofFortWorth, TX, Christopher Guy of Tempe, AZ, Sydney Coffee of Tampa, Adrian Amir (Anna) Guy of Germany, and Keri (Tammy) Guy of Alexandria, VA; cousins, Dorothy Williams, Nor.ma Jean Gilbert and-son, Carolyn Williams and son, Gwendolyu (Randolph) Myers, and Rosalyn (Reeche) all of Tampa, James Town, Seaborn Flembigs and wife, Hawk an.d wife, and Elnora Leslie and husband, all FL, and Sam Anthony and wife of Chicli.go, IL; speclal friends, Gloria Faye Johnson and Wells; and other relatives and-, friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. Friday, October 1, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. After 8:30p.m. Fri-day, October 1, 2010, the family will greet guests at the home of the late Mrs. Estella Williams, 3519 North B Street. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MOTHER MARGARET _Y.MOORE Mother Margaret Y. Moore of Tampa, passed away Monday,September27,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street, with Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mothe!r Moore was born November 30, 192i, to Deacon Isaiah Young, Sr. and Deaconess Rena Flint Young, who both preceded her in death. She was a native of SOuth Carolina .and a resident of Tampa. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and also graduated fromFloridaA&MUniversity, where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree. She was baptized at an early age and was a melDber of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, the Mother Board, General Home Mission, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Grand Assembly of Lily Security Benefit Association and NAACP. She was employed as an elementary school teacher for over 36 year$ with the Hillsborough County School District. She leaves to cherish fond meptories: a devoted daughter, Darlene. Moore, who lives witli Mother Moore's. niece, Everlena Moore, Nedrow;NY:; brotlierin-law, Eugene Moore and wife, Olena Moore, both of NY; Maggie Young of New York, NY, Leola 'Blue of Nedrow, NY, and Lilla Moore of Tampa; a dev_Qted law, Y:oung -of Tampa; a host of nieces and nephews, both ivand and grancJ, and cousiris; a very devoted friend, Essie D. Roberson; a devoted' nclghbor,.Wyatt Walker; and a host of friends and neighbors. The. remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 1, 20lO, a_t. Ray .Williams Funeral Home,. 301 N. Howard Avenue. entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & ;Northern, wwW,J:&ywilliamsfn. neralhome.cOm


BROTHERLOVEL 'SLIM' WILLIAMS Brother Lovel "Slim" Williams of 3715 McBerry Street, Tampa, passed after a long illness at West Bay Rehabilitation Nursing Home of Oldsmar, FL. Jesus called him home on W _ednesday, September 22, 2010. Homegoing celebration will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, with the Pastor, Reverend Albert Gallmon, Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest' Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Brother Lovel "Slim" was born on July 10, 1935, m (Three Notch) Union Springs (Midway), Alabama, to. !he late Mr Sterling Wdhams and Ms. Ossie Hall. A native of Union Springs, he attended Bullock County Public Schools. Brother Williams accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at Mt. Coney Baptist Church in Union Springs, Alabama, at the age of six. Upon relocat-. ing to Tampa, he joined Peace Progressive Missionary Bap-" tist Church in August of 1959. At Peace he served on the Trustee Board, sang in the Men's Chorus and was President of the Usher Board. His passion was visiting the sick, encouraging young people, caring for older people and doing whatever he could for others who were in need until his health failed. His favorite hobby was fishing. He was employed at the University of South Florida as a Groundskeeper for many years. He was preceded in death by! parents, Mr. Sterling Williams and Ms. Ossie Hall; brothers, C. B. Grover Richard and Pastor Joseph Williams; sisters, Icy M. Dorsey, Lula Mae Williams and Daisy Johnson. Brother Williams leaves to mourn: his faithful wife of 53 years, Annie Pearl Rodgers Williams; loving son, Gary Wheeler of Ohio; loving daughter, Marietta Williams Lee (Robert); 5 grandchildren, Robertinae Lee, Lovel Marcus Lee (Brittney) Monique Lynette Lee (Onsei Jean), Charmille Lavonne and Marvel Lee; 2 great grandchildren, Yohance Demarcus Kewon Lee and Onsel David Jean; sister,'Elizabeth Jackson; 2 devoted nephews, Wayne Jackson (Shalisa) and Pastor Isaiah Williams (Linda); a host of other nieces and nephews of Montgomery and Union Springs, AL; Atlanta, GA, Detroit, MI, Ohio and Miami, FL; in-laws James Otis Jordan (Annie): W. C. Rodgers, Booker T. Rodgers (Corine), Eddie Lee Rodgers (Rhonda), Lonnie Rodgers (Valarie), Alto Rodgers (Wanda), Lavia Rodgers, Rosetta Dorsey (Vail), all of Detroit, MI, Lillie Pearl Pearson (Henry), Otis James Rodgers (Phyllis) of Chicago, IL, Rosie Mae Blue (Will_iam); Ocie Mae Ellison, Mattie Pearl Rodgers, all of Union Springs and Midway, AL; a host of other relatives and friends; special friends, Brother Robert Barnum, Deacon Henry Porter, Sr., Brother Willie Lindsey (Marilyn), Deacon Roosevelt Lawrence (Bertha), Brother Willie Minor (Eva), Deacon Matthew Harris, Sister Susie Manley, Mother Eva Baker, Sister Mary E. May and Sam Douglas is a childhood friend from Miami, FL. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, October 1, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE 9 www.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. DAVID EUGENE COY Homegoing celebration for Mr. David Eugene Coy of Tampa, who passed away Monday, September 27, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., of which the Reverend Eugene Garnett is pastor, with the Reverend Cleveland Lane, Pastor of First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Coy was born on May 11, 1950 m Tampa, where he was a lifetime resident. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School, Class of 1968. Mr. Coy was employed at Great Lakes Christmas Tree Farms for 14 years also Farmer's Marliet for 20 years. He was preceded in death by his father, Clyde Davis. He leaves behind: a loving wife of 14 years, Clara C. Coy; children, JoeL. Dampier, Jr., Janae Dampier, Rosalyn Coy, Pamela R. Coy, Monica Coy Monique Coy, Cory Coy, Reggi; Coy, Kevin (Melissa) Coy and Tameka (Edward) Wilson; a loving mother, LillieMae Davis; 25 grandchildren; sister, Linda Coy; brother, John (Corona) Coy and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, October 1, 2010 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3doo N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE www.wilson-funeralhome.com DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT MRS. ELOISE T. VALDEZ Mrs. Eloise T. Valdez, 88, of New York City and formerly of Tampa, passed away on Sunday, September 19, 2010. She was born Eloise Thompson on October 31, 1921, in Tampa. She graduated from the school system in Tampa and attended FAMCEE, where she graduated with honors. She was employed as a school teacher in the New York City School System for more than 40 years. She is survived by: a son, Phillip Eric Valdez of New York; and a brother, Joseph L. Thompson of Bradenton, FL. She. leaves to mourn her partner of many years: Forrest Murphy; and a host nieces and nephews. MEMORIAM DONALDLEVON SCOTI 10/2/1980 In memory of Donald Scott. Happy 30th birthday. From, the family. ., 2::! II' jf;c;; c IN MEMORY GERARD ROSHA WN WILLIAMS 12/23/69-10/2/85 My Son, My Son 25 years h:'ve passed, your memory will forever last. You h.ave been missed each and every day. Missed in a very special way. I love you, my son, I always will. .M_?ther .Cheryl. Finney Williams; father, Luegene W,Ilhams; sister, ViAndrea (Peaches) Lowman; and special friends, Merle and Ezell. IN MEMORIAM KEVIN B. REESE 7/23/69-9/30/95 Gone our sight, but not our hearts. Sadly missed along the way, quietly remembered every day. No longer in our life to share, but in our hearts you are always there. 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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks ..... IN MEMORIAM QUINTIN EVERETf, SR. 5/12/72-9/29/05 We miss and love you so much. Your sons, Felicia, mom and the rest of the family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR BLESSED MOTHER LL c z < c en w : 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en :::::i m : a. z i= w ..J ..J : m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL <( I N N w (!) MRS. MARGARET LUCILLE TIM March 22, 1917-October 2, 2009 We pray for the repose of your soul. Your children: Edward Carris Aikens, Sr., Gwendolyn R. Tim Powell and Herman Leroy Tim; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Incorrect Date The Memoriam for Thomas Day in the Sept. 24th issue had an incorrect date. His dates should have read September 21, 1975 -September 3, 1994 FUNERAL CRISIS m.MAnoN PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 J,OO:S HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 IN MEMORY OF MOTHER LOU ELLA WATSON (GRAND BELL) 3/15/17-10/1/2009 God rest your soul. We love you, remembering you daily. Love, the family. CARD OF THANKS GINA SMITH On behalf of the mother of Gina Smith, I thank each of you for your love, prayers and support. I thank New Hope M. B. Church, YMCA and Aikens Funeral Home for doing a beautiful job. May God bless you all! Edna Hardy. THANK YOU CARD REV. ABRAHAM BROWN The family of Rev. Abraham Brown wish to extend its appreciation to the entire community for your prayers, cards, flowers and services rendered as a result of the home going of our beloved Rev. Abe Brown. His heart was truly for his community and all those with whom he came in contact. This is a difficult time, yet we press on with Christl Mrs. Altamese Brown and Family. .. N MEMORIAM Mrs. Barbara Jean May Thomas transitioned to heaven on Sunday, July 11, 2010, in Phoenix, AZ, after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Thomas was preceded in death by: her sister, Ernestine May of Tampa; father, William N. May ofMiami; and grandmother, Mrs. Florean Reaves of Tampa. A homegoing celebration for this beloved angel of the family was conducted on July 22, 2010, at First Institutional Baptist Church of Phoenix, with the Rev. Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., Senior Pastor, officiating. A memorial service was conducted by the family on September 18, 2010, at First Baptist Church of College Hill in Tampa, where she accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age and married there in 1978. Mrs. Thomas was born and grew up in Tampa, graduating from Middleton High School in 1969. She went on to college and graduated from Florida A&M University with a degree in Home Economics in 1975. She was a positive, loving, lighthearted personality, an always current fashionable dresser and a seamstress par excellence, and an encourager of others, all of her life. Her career was in retail sales management, retiring from JC Penney in Phoenix is January, 2010. She is survived by: her loving husband, Shannon Thomas, Jr.; son, Shannon IN REMEMBRANCE OF RUSH FOSTER, JR. Sunrise: 11-5-1966 Sunset: 9-30-2009 You were the kind of friend only God gives. You will be missed, but not forgotten. Love, family and friends MRS. BARBARA JEANMAYTHOMAS Thomas, III; granddaughter, Zebony Thomas; sister-in-law, Rev. Shirley T. Lewis, all of Phoenix; her mother, Mrs. Zena Reaves May; aunts, Mrs. Amanda Palmer and Mrs. Essie Mae Reaves of Tampa; sister, Curtestine May (James) Boardley; nieces, Zena Y. Boardley and Angela B. Marshall of Fort Washington, MD; nieces, Tamara B. May and Chisara F. Felder of Tampa; and a host of other loving nieces, nephews, cousins, other family members and dear friends. Interment was at the beautiful, peaceful West Resthaven Park Cemetery in Glendale, AZ. Beloved Barbara, we take comfort in knowing that you are at peace with Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We miss you and love you ALWAYS!! IN MEMORIAM JOE WILLIAMS In loving memory of my husband, Joe Williams. It's been 3 years that you've been gone. Now, time does many things, but doesn't diminish my ing you so very much. Love, Jay. CARD OF THANKS JUAN 'J LOVE' HUDGINSBALDWIN On August 29th, our first born had an appointment that changed the rest of our lives. He met that appointment; the same one we all have to keep. He gently left the table as God was preparing his room, walked out the door, and God gently took him in His arms and called him home. With tearful eyes, we saw him pass away. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be co.niforted ... Matthew 5=4 The family of the late Juan" J Love" Hudgins-Baldwin extends their love, gratitude and support. Thank you for all the cards, phone calls and prayers. A special thank you to my Hudgins and Baldwin families, my First Union family, my TGH Dietary family, Harmon Funeral Home, tlte Eastern Stars, Minister Essie Sims, the Ballons, McCrays, Fola and Oma Ogundipe, Louise McCallops, LaTonya Riley, the Cliatts, Mrs. Collins, and to the host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. ThankYqu.


Crime "T1 JJ c Bus Driver Charged With Manslaughter, Released On $50,000 Bond ):lo Man Found In Woods g Identified As 'Druu g m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday night at 10 p m., 6g-y ear-old Trevor E. Dooley walked out of the Hillsborough County Jail after posting a $50 ,000 bond He was arrested and charged with manslaughter with a firearm improper e xhibition of a firearm, and openly car rying a firearm. The Shooting Dooley, a Hillsborough County School District bus driver, was arrested at his Valrico residence on Tuesda y He was charged in connection with the shooting death of 41-y ear-old David James. According to police, on Sunday, September 26th, at around 3:45 p m., James and his eight-year-old daughter were playing basketball in a neighborhood park in Valrico. The park is located at the end of Partridge Point Trail. Dooley lives across the street from the park. Witnesses told police that a 14-year-old approached James and asked if he could skateboard on the basketball court and James agreed. At this point, Dooley is alleged to have left his home, armed with the handgun, and told the teenager he was not allowed to skateboard. Dooley is alleged to have left his driveway, walked across the street, and approached James. The two men met in the grass next to the basketball court. At some point, Dooley is alleged to have displayed the handle of the firearm in his waste-band during the conversation between the two men. After using profanity, Dooley began to walk away and James "called out to the suspect, questioning the dis play of the firearm The sus pect turned and produced the firearm, the victim lunged towards the suspect in an TREVOR DOOLEY ... Charged with manslaughter attempt to disarm him. As the two struggled over the firearm, they both fell to the ground where the fir e arm dis charged on e time, strikin g th e victim in the chest," police said in a released. James reportedly told his daughter to call 9-1-1 before collapsing. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Dooley is said to have remained at the scene and unloaded the handgun. When police arrived, he invoked his sth Amendment rights, police said During a press conference on Tuesday evening, Chief Deputy Jose Docobo, of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said Dooley was not arrested at the time of the shooting because the detectives had to interview several witnesses. Detectives were unable to interview the victim's daughter until late on Monday and her interview was critical to the investiga tion," he said. When questioned about not notifying School District about the shootin. g, Chief Deputy Docobo said, We UNCLE SANDY ... s, 16, 33 Things may not always appear as they seem. 14, 34, 38. The first impressions may not always be correct 20, 25, 27. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW ''CALL RICKY'' ''ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY [-----------(813) 892-8193] --------------------Or Email : callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS had no legal obligation but we should have, we screwed up and there's no excuse Runner' Was Murdered Bond Hearing The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office had requested a $1oo,ooo bond. Judge Walter Heinrich set the bond at $50,000 on the manslaughter with a firearm charge and released Dooley on his own recognizance on the charges of improper exhi bition of a firearm and openly carrying a firearm. However, Judge Heinrich ordered Dooley not to return to his Valrico home to live The HilLsborough County Sheriffs Office is investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a wooded area as a homicide. The decomposing body was discovered on Walker Road, south of Greyrock Road on the after noon of September 2oth. According police the body was identified as George Anthony Rodney, 37, of Coral Springs. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office ruled the death as a homicide and that Rodney died of trauma to the upper part of his body. The investigation re v ealed the victim traveled from South Florida to the Tampa Bay area multiple times a week to deliver illegal drugs and may have I\) been doing so when last seen in the City of Tampa on September 14th. This was not a random act. The investiga tion has also resulted in detec tives traveling to South Florida to further the investigation as well as locate next of kin," the press release said. Police also believe that RodD.ey rented a Hertz vehi cle and was last seen with the vehicle in Tampa. Police said the vehicle is still missing. Police are asking anyone with information about the rented vehicle described as a white 2010 Nissan Versa 4-door, with a Florida tag of 995JPR, to contact the Sheriffs Office at (813) 2478200, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477 Mark Cox, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offic e said Dooley was charged with manslaughter after the case was reviewed the evidence, and based on witness testimony. He further said Dooley is facing 30 years in jail if he is convicted. Shali'ma r : J :. spokesperson for the '"" 1 '" 1 1 .. .... ,-,;: g Hillsborough County School en District said Dooley was m hired as a bus driver in SATisFACrORYWATCHREPAIR''' Z November 2008. He drove middle and high school stu--2602.fleldm'Aw. "781SN.56tla5t BRING nus ; m dents living in the Lithia and T.......,FL-:33612 .. Tampa.fL.33617 ',. 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I End Of Summer AppreCiation Picnic In The Park I The Daughters of Harram Court #96 and the Nobles of Harram Temple #23 hosted an end of the summer Appreciation Picnic at MacFarlane Park. It's estimated that more than 300 people were in attendance. (Photography by BRUNSON) William and Davina Drayton. NOBLE ARTHUR JACOBS Earl Haugabook, Deputy of the Oasis, and Ray Witherspoon, Imperial Deputy Director of the Marching Corps. Fred Watts and Herb Dixon relaxing at the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Les Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Bob) Samuels at the picnic. Sam Washington and Henry Segar at the park picnic. These men at the picnic are Julius Wilcox, Francie Harris, Rudy "Nite Ryder" Jones, Byron Johnson, Mark Rodriguez, and Jarvis "EZ Rider" Bunts. Daughters oflsis member, Betty Baker. EUNICE BUITS Ron Hornsby and Frank Carte Shabre, Elizabeth and Erica were among the young ladies at the picnic. Thomas Harper, Sr., Lesley Miller, III, Lesley Miller, IV, and LeJean Harper. M1. and Mrs James (Joanna) Toklcy.


First Annual Salute To Black Veterans Event Open To The Public c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Saturday, November 6th the Dale Mabry Campus of Hillsborough Community College will be the sight of the first annual Salute to Black Veterans and Educational Forum. Salute To Veterans, Incorporated, Bob Samuels, President, will host the event. "Five years ago, we did a sale to Black veterans where we had several Tuskegee Airmen in attendance said Samuels. We hadn't done it again since, and I asked about doing it again. I decided it would be different this year, a: and I'd put it on at HCC." LL Samuels said many Black veterans aren't aware of the of them are Black." ffi "I will have 10 agencies at Gj the forum offering services c to veterans, and everyone is welcome, although the primary focus will be on Black ...1 ROBERT SAMUELS veterans." Samuels said e ducation will come first in giving veterans information they need, especially the ones having post-traumatic war issues, suffering from Agent Orange, or other problems. "We want to empower Black veterans through edu cation. Veterans who have established successful busi nesses will be featured and the idea is to have success stories presented to the audience." As part of th e sa lute, we will have a 92-year-old female veteran and the first Black Chief Warrant Officer. Also, some Black military achievers will be featured, and we'll have special medals made up to present to all the veterans." Retired four-star General and the first Black Thunderbird pilot, Lloyd "Fig" Newton is in charge of putting the program together, and retired Colonel Irv Lee and retired Colonel Tonya Brickhouse will be featured along with others who've retired from service. "African Americans have fought in every war this country has been involved in, but Black aren't mentioned or featured in its his tory," said Samuels. "We have to do a better job of telling our story. We have a responsibility as a community to honor our veterans." The event is open and free to the public and will begin at 7 a m. with educational workshops and end with a reception at 7:30 p.m For more information about this event, call (813) 231-4362, ext. 305. z ...1 ...I :::::1 m m I N w S. STEWART, PA S: TEWART ... ,..,..n.n .. AT LAW The Community For 45 Years" Relocated To: 505 E. JACKSON STREET SUITE 301 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 221-4454 Areas Of Practice: Domestic Relations 1 Dissolution Of Marriage Child Support Adoption, Sandra Cornwall, Esq. & Delano Stewart, Esq. Forum Will Give Voters A Chance To Meet The Candidates BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Sunday, October 1oth, United Voices For America will host the 2010 Tampa Bay Candidate Forum. Four counties, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, and Hernando, will be involved in the forum. Co-Chairing the event with Ahmed Bedier, President of United Voices of America, will be Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr. Dr. Wright said they are trying to get a cross section of the community to attend this vital forum "We have vital races, and we must make sure our peo ple are educated and repre sent themselves at the polls as they did when President Obama was seeking office." "We must take a more active role in local elections, and make sure the right people are representing our interests." Republican, Democratic, and Independent candidates will be at the forum that' s open for all candidates seek ing office. Dr. Wright said he can't stress enough the importance for African Americans DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT, SR. to get out and vote. "We need to know in advance who we 're voting for and make sure they are held accountable. We need a loud voice who will best rep resent our .interests." The forum will feature area races at 4 p.m. and statewide races at 5:30 p.m., and will be held at Embassy Suites Hotel-USF, 3705 Spectrum Boulevard. This forum is being held in partnership with the Tampa Bay Human Rights Council, Democracia, Hillsborough NAACP, and the Florida Consumer Action Network. For more information or to RSVP, visit w2ww.TAM PAFORUM.org. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 TIIIPa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ava. & Scoa St. ng cf .... cr .:. ,, .. ac: .. :c :-, .. ::. < ...... ,CJ ,_ .: ,Cu r1.:' 1 '.1: ... ,-::.;oL.: :'. J : :-..... : ;: :'t::t: :c


Birthda Greetin :B Happy 22nd Birthday, lil Duke libra o LILDUKE 50 FlY LYNDA And LEE -NEWSOME !:. ..t r Special birthday wishes go out to the H.D.I.C. (Head Diva In Charge), our mother, our friend, our everything. From, your lovelies, Lee Newsome, your kids and grandkids. BILLIE JEAN Belated birthday wishes go out to our grandmother. We1l be celebrating on Saturday, Oct. 2nd at the Broadway at 9 p. m., that's everybody. Love always, your family. Most ofy' all on our swagger list. Spirit of a hustler, swag ger of a college kid and "yes, Lord having a block at Rowlette at 2 p. m., 10-22010. Happy Birthday RICKY And RANDY Oct tst And Oct. 17th Happy birthday to Ricky andRandy. HIP PI Binhdav, Bro D.ANNYV EVANS, SR. Shouts out to my brother, 'Danny V. Evans, Sr., who will be celebrating his 56th birthday on Saturday, Oct. 2nd, with family and friends. Much love. Sis. MS. LILLIE, IOKAYLA. JALEHA, LYRIC, LEGEND And DESANI Happy birthday wishes go out to Ms. Lillie, who turned a year older on 9/28 and much wiser. She will be celebrating with close friends and family. Happy birthday, Lee. We love you!!! FRANKIE LEONARD Happy birthday, Sweetheart. From, you mom. MS.KELA PATRICIA, TRACY, LINDA, PHYUJ:S, EDDm, KIMMiE, EDWIN, KELVIN, TODD And. JEFFERY Happy birthday, Mother Your family loves you. KEAIRA DIP. And KEAIRA 0 -f 0 OJ m :a 1\) 0 .... 0 Thanks to God for letting me see another year. More money and even more fans! Inde pendently standing, no ques tions!!! Why go hard when it comes so easy? Happy Baby Girl!!.! God Yes; I think I'm all this and has got big plans for you. yes I know I'm all that. Still! R.I.P. Harold. Wemissyou. remain focused, that's right, Free pip, BTW. Happy birthday to my loving cousin, "Ke." May your day ., be full of joy and love because l> you deserve it: I'in always here for you, Ma. too blessed to be stressed! Love, Rhonetta. Love,-from Pookie.


c a: LL. c z cr:: c C/) w ::;) .... w > w c w J: C/) :::J m ::;) a.. z t= w ..1 ..1 ::;) m ..1 w z t= z w C/) cr:: c a: 0 ..1 LL. CHERISA MCDOWELL And TOMMIE 'TOLBERT, JR. David and Deronda Green, of Tampa, are proud to announce the engagement of their sister/sister-in-law, Cherisa McDowell to Tommie Tolbert, Jr. 'Cherisa is the youngest daughter of Beverly Maddox and the late, Bobbie McDowell, Sr. Tommie is the son of Mattie Ash and the late, Tommie Tolbert, Sr. The couple will marry in March of 2011, honeymoon in th,.e Caribbean and reside in Florida. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning -Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A ChurCh Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Local Cleruv Returns To Pick Up Where He Len 011 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Archbishop Willie Bolden and his wife, Pastor Glenda Bolden, have returned to the Tampa area after a six year journey that saw him open three churc4es on the west coast. Archbishop Bolden, who founded Rehoboth Church, said his first priority will be building the congregation back and working hard to rebuild the church I will be working with a team of elders and dea cons on this task. Our mission will be t-o get the people s eyes back toward evangelism Some churches tend to become stoic and forget their primary mission. Archbishop Bolden said he's currently teaching classes on being disciples and also has plans to tie in with a bible college in Atlanta to create more community leaders I think the church has totally gotten away from its purpose We have to return to loving God and instilling famil y values that have been lost." People are beginning to understand that reli gion is the basis for all families and the root of all problem solving in the community There has to be some structure and order in church, but room must be left for the spirit of G-od to be in control. Archbishop Bolden was born in Mobile, Al abama His father was moderator of a Baptist church, and when he turned 18, he wanted to ex perience the vices of the world. "I ventured to Indiana and I wanted to test the world to see what was going on." "One night, I went to a place I thought was a club and it was a prayer meeting. God spoke to me there and told me that was my last chance. I gave myself to Christ and I haven t looked back since. Archbishop Bolden was ordained in Ft. Wayne, Indiana at the Christian Training Center After graduating, he was ordained by Bishop Paul E. Paino. From there while in Bible Col lege he started Calvary Chapel and that grew to 2,000 members "I left in 1989 and left my brother in charge. We came to Tampa and started Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in 1990 that later became Rehoboth." -In 1995 Archbishop Benson Idahosa or dained Bishop Bolden as an Archbishop St Mart< Missionary Baptist Chii'Ch 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Rorida 33616 (813) 839-5263 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministri8s, Inc. 3838 N. 29th st 33610 (813) "'48-6600 P.O. Box 290otl5 'ilmpa, R.331B7 (813) 784-1021 Paator/Teec:her "Building On A Finn Foundation"' Su1day School-9-3) A.M. REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SuldaY Morning Wonlhip -1ct55 A.M. Wadneaday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study 6:30 P.M. Trans rt.ation Services Available NEW MT. ZION M. B CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Early Waship 7 :55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9 :30 A .M. Morning Worship :55 A .M. Wed. Family Night.? P.M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or EmaH us at info@ftx:ch.org Morning Worship. 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Wor:ship 7 :00P.M. TUESI:i>AY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M


Sunda_y School Whv Me Lordil Over the next lessons we will study the Psalms. Psalms is not a book as other books. Psalms is a collection of hymns written about God with each Psalm concluding that God is to be praised. Many people think that DaVid wrote all the Psalms. David was not the only author. He was one of seven and is attrib uted to having written about seventy-two of them. The subject of the Psalm is not the situation that the psalmist finds himself. The psalms were not written to let the reader dwell on the un comfortable circumstances of life but rather to let them know that regardless of what you are faced with God is wor thy to be praised. This week's Psalm, Psalm 8, speaks to the majesty of God. The psalmist tells the story and paints the picture of God who is able to create all things and is excellent at what He does. David writes in the first stanza of the psalm, "0 Lord our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth" (vs. 1). David identifies who he is re-Eatly Morning Worship -8 A.M. Suriday School -9 :30 A M Morning Worship -10: 50 A .M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED ferring to. This is necessary because people in the land worshipped and served many other lords and gods. David wanted to make sure that peo ple knew and understood who he was referring to. He also brings clarity by including himself. He let it be known that the Lord in which he was referring was also HIS Lord. David knew from per sonal experience that God was his and his GQd was excellent. The church today must be able to know that God is their God and that He is excellent. Worshipping and serving God is about a personal and indi vidual relationship and you must know Him for yourself. David moves to show the awesomeness of God by let ting the readers know that from babes and infants God can get His glory (vs. 2). God is so awesome and powerful that he can use the weakest of creation to perform His will. God has no respect of person to use to His strength and majesty. David moves the reader from thinking about babies and infants to consider the NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 u-..., Pastor Weekly Activities Sll1day Church Sdlool 9:30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 :30P. M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bible Study 7 :30 P -MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rorl)e Ave. Spruce St.) P :G. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Klltdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 2 .53-5714 *Fax (S13) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST. SUNDAYS S PM .Family Series Hour (B._T.U, ) 6 PM-Lord's. Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service. 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Blole Study DR. c. TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org universe He goes from talk ing about a cute cuddly baby to considering the universe. The same God who made a baby is the same God who cre ated the cosmic universe. When you consider the awesomeness of God He makes babies who cannot talk and do not know much, know how to communicate with the tone and pitch of their cry. This same God is able to make the earth spin over one thousand miles per hour and yet keep you planted safe on the ground. \Vhen David considered babies, infants and the uni verse, he had to the ask the question, "What is man that You mindful of him? You do not find people with signifi cant influence and power as sociating with common, everyday, folk. But here, God who is ex cellent, majestic, and power ful cares about all of His creation. Who are you that God cares about you? You are His creation. You are His workmanship. You are the one He has given dominion over all that He has created on the earth. God has blessed you and bestowed upon you a crown of glory. When you consider all the worlds God has made and all of His creation, it is easy to conclude that He is excellent and He is worthy to be praised! GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH. 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9 :45 a.m Morning Worship -11 a.m Evening Worship -5 p.m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7:30 p m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH OF PRCMIIESS VILLAGE 8818 Progreas BMI. .Tampa, Fl33819 Church omce: (813) 671-1948 Pastor's Office: (813) 672-0389 omoe: s) 677-5988 Aclultt'Chlldren Worship Tlmee 7:30AM : & 10:55 A M 4 :11UIJ111!ulft Sunday :45AM. Adult & Youth/ Children Tue&day -11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P .M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P M AdUlt A Satelke Campus For Falh Bible lnet!Me "Growing The Chlrch For Global (Aots 1:1). Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) Local carlton Burgess Appears In Concert In Washin_gton, DC a Left to right, Rev. Nolan Williams, Rev. Richard Smallwood and Carlton Burgess. It has been several years since TaJ:p.pa native, Carlton Burgess was a part of the historic Metn;>politan Baptist Church known in the Washington, DC community for over 1'70 years. Once responsible for the direction of two major choirs of the church, Carlton returned for their a:onual homecoming con cert. Carlton joined forces with iconic Nolan Williams, editor of the African Heritage Hymnal, and Gospel recording artist and legend, Richard Smallwood. A choir of present and former members of Metropolitan show cased a variety of music that included hymns, anthems, spiritu als, and original gospel compositions. The choir was joined by the dance ministry on many of the selections. Carlton con tributed original praise and worship music well received as en.: couragement to the choir and congregation. The concert ended with Smallwood's, "Fll Trost You, "a clas sic among gospel music lovers. For more information about Carlton's ministry 'log onto www.burgessschoolofthearts com or call 813-242-8383. tD m ::D 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., .-0 c )>-en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r-. -!!I .--' ... --:. -"--Teslal--'--... ----=--.. -.. z HERfi'AGECHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Cllnll Of 1binalasassa, lac. 11530 Walker Road 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV.'DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor &lnday llomlng Worship Services .7:45 A. II. a 11 A.M. Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV.-986-397t 61Q-1252 Pastor Weekly Services : Sunday School 9 :30A. M.Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A M Wed. Night: Youth_ Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving .,.. Sinnels .And Educsling The E3elfewlt:s ., Can Do AH'ThiiJIIS Through Christ Who Strengthe(Js Me..-P.hll. 4 :13 SchooiA.M. Mid-Week WOrslllp Tuesday 7:00P.M. sT. MA1111EW P4 a. CHURCH 3708 E. 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0 Local ,... Men 01 Vi-sion Anend Friends 01 Urban libraries Fund raiser Wildens Cajuste, Eddie McCall, Ms. Sonja Harvey McCoy, The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc., Arts Facet Chairperson; Nawayne Dixon, and Devonta Henry attended the event. On Sunday, September 26th, members of the Men Of Vision attended the Ada T Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries fundraiser. The event was held at the Marti-Maceo Cuban Club The youngsters were able to attend the event through donated tickets and continued support of the Tampa Chapter of The Links Inc., and Mrs. Daniefs, who performed opening acts for Dizzy Gillespie. Ms. Daniels has also played on the same stage as James Brown and Fats Domino. The young men who repre sented four high schools are: Sonja Harvey McCoy, The Links, Inc. Arts Facet C Chairperson. Mrs. McCoy has supported the organizaLL tion through the Chapter's Arts Fundraising for the past <( two years. Wild ens Cajuste, Jefferson High School; Dontavious Simms, Hillsborough High School; Devonta Henry, Nawayne Dixon and Eddie McCall, Steinbrenner High School; and Renaldo James, Jude Barthelemy and James Eliassaint, Tampa Bay Technical High School. Ross Anderson is the founder of the organization that is now on five Hillsborough County School campuses >-The 8 young men who attended the jazz & dessert en event were treated to the music of the legendary Kitty I-ii: w > w c w ::z:: en ::::; m :::::) Q. z i= w ...J ...J :::::) m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL N.cprd St.** T a mr.a FL 336_ 05 (813) 247-30.uChurc h (U13 ) (, l J 4600Cellula r Email : bi shopa ndrews @ live.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School -1 0 A M. Morni ng Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service-7:30 P M Bible Studv Tuesday Eve ning Bible Barid -7:30 P M lhursday Evening -YPWW 7 :30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Eveni Women's Outrea c h -7 :30P. M VICTORY, UllnD AMERICAN FREE Will BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. 7504 Causeway Blvd.** Tampa, FL 33619 813.622.6815 SEBVIOE TilES 1 0:00 A. M. -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Service 7:30P.M. -Friday Night Prayer Bible Study DIIEUDEI. OVEISTIID, Ed. S Pastor/Teacher/Evangelist C : 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Slater Debra Yao-Trustee Chair Among those attending the fundraiser are from left to right: Devonta_ Henry, Nawayne Dixon, Dontavious Simms, Renaldo James, Mr. Howard Harris Jr., Jude Barthelemy, James Eliassaint, Eddie McCall, and Wildens Cajuste. Shown from left to right are: Eddie McCall, Nawayne Dixon, Wildens Cajuste, Renaldo James, Ross Anderson, founder of Men Of Vision; Dr. William Robertson, Board Member MOV; Jude Barthelemy Devonta Henry, Dontavious Simms, and James Eliassaint. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks Tampa 33612 ** Comer Of 9th And Fairbanks 245-7541 Wednesday Prayer Service 77:30P.M. Bible Study7:30-8:30 P.M. Invited. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425 7402 N. 56th st, Bldg 700, Sta. 790 Tampa, FL 33617 Worship --Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Children's Ministry During Worship Service The Voice Men's Ministry Tuesday, 7 p.m. Gateway To Excellence Women's Ministry --Wednesday, 7 Pl11 h :llwww.nhowc.o IAmST CIIICI 121llt llllfersDIISL 18111111.R.33812 [8131 229-1390 SUOday SChn1------lornlna 11 a.m. Praver Slrvlcl, TuasdaJ. ____ 1 p.m. Jllana Bible SIIIIIJ, Tleldav 1:11 p.m. Blbll SIUIIJ, TUISdiJ ........ ___ 7 p.m. llr ... ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue, Tampa, FL Of 34th St. & 25th Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE .8:00 A. .M. Spiritual Enrichment -9:45A.M. Sunday Schooi/.Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45_ P M. Adutt & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city readllngciut to the .commtHl/ty by ministering to the Whole man." Outredl MinistrY: NOAH COMMUNITY, 11\C./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP DIIE .... Altl PASTOR AUDREY 1011


African American Museum Historianvisits Walter Smith librarv ited the Walter Smith Library in West Tampa on September 21St. Franklin, the son of the late renowned historian, John Hope Franklin, visited several significant African American historical sites as part of a tour of north and central Florida. He will visit south Florida cities in a few weeks as part of his mission to include Black history from throughout the country in the 350,000 sq. ft. facility. The facility is scheduled to open in 2015 on the National Mall. While in Tampa, Franklin also visited Historic Central Avenue District, the Booker T. Washington-Robert W. Saunders Library site, the Slave Burial Grounds at Oaklawn Cemetery, Zack Street's 100-year-old Jackson House, St. Paul AME Church and the F. W. Woolworth sit-in site; the Buffalo Soldiers campgrounds in Tampa Heights and the Afro-Cuban Pedrosa home site in Ybor City. John W. Franklin, director of Partnerships and Intern.ational Programs for the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D. C., vis-Dr. Walter Smith, former president of Florida A&M University, is shown at the library presenting Franklin with an autographed picture of FAMU's Famous Marching 100 Band. (Photo by Fred Hearns Tours, LLC) J Is homeownership within your reach? Ask us about our flexible, low down payment loan options for those with modest Income. Our expert mortgage loan officers can tell you about these affordable loan options, as well as guide you every step of the wayfrom helping you f ind out how much you can comfortably afford right down to our one-page Clarity Commitment summary that tells you in plain language what you're getting. Get started by visiting one of our locations, calling 1.800.301.3892, or visiting bankofamerica comjmyhome Bank of America .... Home Loans Events Planned For East Tampa librarv 0 (') -f 0 III m JJ A college financial work shop, a cooking workshop, and an employability work shop are among events planned for the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library (formerly known as College Hill) Branch Library in Octo ber. On Tuesday, October 5, beginning at noon, Chef Brenda, from BE's Kitchen and Catering, shares her culi nary experience, techniques and dishes In her class, you will learn how to prepare budget friendly, simply Southern, delicious meals. She will also teach you shortcuts to reduce the time you spend in the kitchen. Tickets for free samples will be given to the first 20 people entering the class. Also on Tuesday, October sth, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the library will host College Financial Workshop. The in formational meeting that will provide students an outline of the process and dates they need to prepare for college. Information on starting the search for scholarships and financial aid will also be ...... included. Raffles for SAT Tu-N torial Books and gas cards will occur throughout the event. The event is free and open to the public On Thursday, October 7th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the library will host an Em ployability Workshop Dur ing the workshop, presenters from Dress for Success Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Work Force, Civil Service, and others will discuss skills needed to successfully enter or re-enter the work force. The various topics will cover: skills and traits em ployers value most in prospective entry-level em ployees, resume writing, and interviewing tips. It will con clude with a job fair where prospective employers will be 0 ...... 0 on hand accepting applica-tions. b JJ c )> CJ) m z ::j z m r III c:: r r m ::j z "'D c:: III r u; ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -f c:: m CJ) c )> z c JJ c


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Your lack of care "T1 JJ c for your morals is giving you a dose of real i ty tha t you can t 0 seem t o swallow r ight now (") You' ve shown your boyfriend d quite a few things when you m thought he and others were m not looking The only thing you can do is stay on the 1\) straight and narrow path in o your relationship, meet his ex-c; pectations and demonstrate to him that you re on his team seeking longevity and a future. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: ask-deanna1 @yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Web site: www.askdeanna.com. ing futu r e crime Shou ld T he Gove rnm ent B e Allowed To Use C omputer Softwa r e T o Identify Fut u re Crimin a l s ? Criminal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O Brien, quire and T. Federico Bower, Esquire, are both former Miami prosecutors, handle exclusively federal and state criminal defense cases. 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PAR T I OF II Richard Berk, a professor at the University of Pennsylva nia thinks so Berk' s software examines a person s criminal record to their geographic lo cation the age at which the prior crimes were committed as well as t he type of crime His software is already being used in Baltimore and Philadelphia to help probation officers determine what level of probation is appropriate for convicted criminals The software was originally used to predict which ind i vidu als on probation or paro l e are most likely to murder and to be murdered The newer version of Berk's software is more ex pansive and is designed to identify those most likely to commit crimes other than mur der In the future law enforce ment may seek to use the soft ware to influence courts when asking for a particular sen tence of bail amounts For example, after a person is arrested he or she has a constitutional right to a reason able bail. One factor consid ered by a court when determining what amount of bail to set is whether the ac cused cri minal presents a safety risk to the public if re leased. The government may attempt to use the software to show the court that an ac. cused criminal is very likely to commit another crime An other example is in the case wher e a court is trying to de cide what sentence to give a person who has been found guilty of a crime The govern ment may request that a judge send a person to prison longer because the software results show that he or she has been de e med likely t o comm i t future crimes Is this right? 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National N ,.. a: w OJ 0 lu 0 New Pictures, Details Surlace In Bishop Eddie lonu Scandal _w A day after he told his con-:c gregation he would fight the l.!... scandalous being levied against him, more pictures have surfaced which appear to show megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long and some Longfellow Youth Academy pupils at the preacher's pri vate midtown office. Long owns a million dollar penthouse in the city's district. BISHOP EDDIE LONG And Members Of His Flock The source at the posh Twelve Atl!ffitic Station cites several employees and residents that have noted that Long's visitors at the loca.: tion have predominantly been young men. four men have filed lawsuits c CBI'Bfir Silrvice 'Assistant:tl WBBMS.: H8,ir &: Nul 5121" East -Fo_wle.r Aven_ue ... .' TafnpaiTQmple .. '813!935-414 .. f11d rllth flppifJV:JI --' GED Ill' HW1 SchOol 'Dlploj118 Reqund -....: r....r :: As previously reported, claiming that while they were teens;. they were coerced into sexual relation ships with Long after being chosen as "spiritual sons" at New _Birth Missionary Baptist Church. The men who are now in their early 20s claim that while they were members of Long's Longfellow Youth Academy, the Bishop would lavish them with gifts and overseas trips in order to compel.thein into relations. Bishop Long is known for his stark revulsion of gays and gay rights. CNN Anchor Don lemon Admits: 'I was,Abused Bv A Pedophile Is A Child' CNN anchor Don Lemon has spoken out about being a victim of molestation when he was a young man. The revelations occurred on CNN during a segment on Bishop Eddie Long when Lemon said the alleged words of Long are similar to those he heard as a victim of pedophilia. "I am admitting something that I have never admitted on TV ... I too was a victim of a pedophile who was much older than l was as a child. The words they used of 'you're not gay if you do this', are some of the same things my abuser said to DON LEMON -.. .;-.-; ,' .. me." Lemon also thatalthpug h the news was. shocking, it was something that .hewas only able to dis cuss recently ... c Flock Standing Bv Him Amid .. Sex Scandal. LITHONIA, GA --Many followers of embattled Baptist megachlirch leader JJishop -. Jd9ng their support as tilefr paStor" vowed to fight like David versus Goliath against claims he lured four young BISHOP LONG men into sex. Cheryl Barnett, who has attended New Birth since Long became senior pastor more than 20 years ago, said she was "very much fulfilled with what he had to say." "It was simple_ ; It was direct. He's standirig iri the .. scriptures we would ex:Pect'from iiiin-:. ister," she sJia .. / ... D the. :sci!ond' serVice -,n; ; ... ... _..,._ ..... .. :.:;:."" however, one yofu}g:pfanin a blue shouted: "We know the truth, man!" He was qUickly esoorted :outand. did:': notretuin .... Long became one of the country's most powerful over the last 20 torn". ing a congregatio*;of 150 into a erhouse with 'a' $sQ ro,illion. cathedral and a roster of: parishioners that athletes, enterta.iners antl.: .. politicians. And there' was' almost no Sunday that his flock warited to fum him away.


Polk County ews i Alliance Holds Meeting The Polk Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance (TPP A) held its monthly meeting on Thursday, Sept. 2nd. The host-site was the Department of Children and Families office in Bartow. In attendance were: Jennifer Tempel, Kristi Joyner, Lisa Butchee, Robbin Chapman, Jennifer Haynes, MaryBeth Moore, Leesa Elliott, Kathy Dobson, Nilda Blanco, Dr. Daniel Haight, Tequila Harris, and Aimee Almon. Others in attendance were: Rebecca Klein, Susan Gipson, LaTonnja Key, Cynthia Gass, Erica Douberly, Susie Buelow, Lisa Jones, Anita Smith, Lillian Lima, Michelle Ivey, Kylia Carswell, Kedine Johns, Sharon Dukes, Mary Jo Plews, TPPA Executive Director; Marquinia Butts-Fisher, TPPA Coordinator; Carin Sibley, Youth Prevention Specialist; Spring Dority, Administrative Assistant; and Allison Bolet-Cafaro, TPPA Intern. The next meeting will be held on October 7, 2010 at the Department of Children and Families, 1055 U.S. Highway 7 North in Bartow. Want to get involved? Please call (863) 297-3043 for further information. Polk County Represented At N atiorial Business Leadership Conference During the summer, six students represented Polk County at the 2010 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference Approximately 7,500 students attended the national conference, which was held in Nashville. FBLA is a business education program in middle and high schools that helps students to develop vocational and career competencies. Two students earned top awards in competitive events: Bianca Mulaney, a junior at Bartow International Baccalaureate, won a first place award in the Health Care Administration event and a fifth place in a word processing event. Eric KonkolBennett, a Bartow High senior, won sixth place in the computer problem-solving event. Four other students represented Polk at the national conference: Noah Baker, a Junior at Lakeland High Junior; Damiria Gilbert, a class of 2010 Graduate of Winter Haven High; Allyson Lewis, a Junior at Lakeland's Harrison School of the Arts anc. Trenton Moore, a class of 2010 Graduate of Auburndale High. Congratulations, Baby Hounds Congratulations to the Auburndale High School Jr. Varsity Bloodhounds in their 14-8 victory over the George Jenkins Jr. Varsity Eagles! On Thurs., Sept. 23rd, the Hounds and the Eagles played a tough game, but when th e dust cleared on the field, the Hounds were the winners. Way to go, Hounds! Happy Anniversary BENNIE AND CHRISTIAN WILLINGHAM Special wishes for a happy anniversary go out to Bennie and Christian Willingham, as they celebrate their second wedding anniversary on October 4th. May the Lord continue to bless this union. Happy Birthday To You! Special happy birthday wishes are extended to two Super-Men' in our family ... my father-in-law, John Shaw, a.k.a. 'Pops' of Lakeland, (October 2nd) and my uncle, Sylvester Gordon, Sr., a.k.a. 'Uncle Shorty' of Rochester, NY (October 1st). Happy Birthday wishes are also extended to Deacon AI Smith, Jr. of Tampa, as he celebrates another natal da y on Oct. 1st and to Katrina Faison, of Plant City, and d Brenda Griffin of Lakeland, who both will cele-:xJ brate another natal day on .... October 4, 2009. Happy Birthday greetings c; also go to Corey Johnson, Sr., and his first grandchild, Aaron Truedell, Jr., who share the birthdate of October 8th with his grand dad! Aaron is celebrating his 2nd birthday! May each of you be blessed with many more days of your lives! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to all of the fans of NFL. great, Michael Vick. Vick's per:formance on the NFL foot ball field is looking good! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-NufTalk by sending r 0 :xJ C/) m z :::! z m r an e-mail to: shawrtuftalk@ yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-NufTalk will share your exciting news -o with the readership! ai OJ c: r r m :::! z r en :J: m Scenes From Church 01 God Bv Faith's summer National Conference c m < m :xJ -< -4 c: m C/) c The Church Of God By Faith's (COGBF) Summer National Conference was held at the Jacksonville Hyatt Riverfront. The conference opened on July 8th and concluded on July 11th. The theme was 'Praise God For It.' (Photos by Shaw-Nt.if) Albert Phillips and Jeremy Cartoll, as they arrived for the conference. U. S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown enjoyed worship service at the COGBF National Conference. Sister Mary McElrath represented the Lakeland COGBF very well at the conference. The National Praise Team featured gospel artist, Evangelist Ptinch Baldwin.' c


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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: og-CA-016051 FREMONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION F/KIA FREMONT INVESTMENT & LOAN A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION, (Plaintiff) vs. DAGOBERTO PEREZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees, grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAGOBERTO PEREZ ; CHRISTINA PADRON; CITY OF TAMPA STATE OF FLORIDA; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/order in the above noted case that I will s ell the followin g property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: THE SOUTH 1/2 OF LOT 17 LESS THE NORTH 50 FEET THEREOF, W.E. HAMNER S ROME AVENUE ESTATES, ACCCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 26, PAGE 46, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at 10:00 A.M., on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa Florida 33602 on October 13. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent ( 5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash o r cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE ATIN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. 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 OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN (2) TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-616g OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) g55-8770 Dated this 24th day of September. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ALICIA CARDINEZ DEPUTY CLERK For Your Con-v-enience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin .Accepts II>EIESIT ---. ___ t_r<:_rd -IITll-rle_., .-.,d 11::-blt P-IITll-lnlt --Plhlelnl-LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-CA-016770 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION as Trustee forTerwin Mortgage Trust 2005 12ALT Asset-Backed Certificates Series 2005-12ALT, without recourse, (Plaintiff) vs. Monika Polarczyk, et al. (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Monika Polarczyk Unkn own Spouse of Monika Polarczyk 16079 Dawnview Drive Tampa Florida 33624 Tenant 1 / Unknown Tenant Tenant 11/Unknown Tenant 16079 Dawnview Drive Tampa Florida 33624 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description, to-wit: Part of Lot g, Block 3, NORTHDALE SECTION L, as per plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 52, Page 15 of the Public Records Of Hillsborough County Florida AND being more particularly described as follows: for a point of reference commence at the Southwest corner of said Lot g, thence North 00 20' 34" W along the West boundary of said Lot g, 65.50 feet for a point of beginning ; thence continue N 00 20' 34 W 2g.5o feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot g ; thence N ago 3g' 26" E, 110 feet to the Northeast corner of said Lot g thence S 00 20 '34" E, along the East boundary of said Lot g 22.50 feet, thence crossing said Lot g the following (3) courses, S ago 3g 26 W 41.33 feet thence S 00 20' 34" E 7.00 Feet thence S ago 3g 26" W 68.67 feet to the Point of Beginning. and you are required to serve a copy of your wr i tten defenses if any to it on Gary I. Gassel Esquire Plaintiff s attorney whose address is 2191 Ringl ing Boulevard Sarasota Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication. [X] on or before the 8th day of November. 201 0. and file the orig i nal with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATIN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO CEEDING, YOU ARE EN]'ITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT (813) 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-616g OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 21th day of September. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK II REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Competitive sealed qualifications will be received by the Southwest -Florida Water Management District, Brooksville Florida and publicly opened on November 9 2010 at 2 :30 p. m for : RFP 020-10 RIDGE LAKES IMPLEMENTATION OF BMPS: LAKE ISIS, LAKE TULANE AND LAKE WAILES MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE/SITE VISIT : October 13,2010 at 10:00 a.m. at the City of Avon Park, Department of Public Works, 2301 U.S. Highway 27 South, Avon Park, FL 33825. The Request for Proposals may be obtained through the District's Internet website at h tt p://www. Wa t e rMatters.org / p r oc u r e m e nt under View our solicitations on DemandStar" or Alternate View of our Cur r ent Solicitations." Southwest Florida Water Management District Procurement 2379 Broad Street Brooksville Florida 34604-6899 ; Procurement @ WaterMatters org ; 352 796-7211 ext. 4132 ; or in Florida : 1-800-423-1476 TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 II JoAnne Rehor Contracts Administrator EMPLOYMENT Ms. D's World Of Beauty Is Looking For Licensed Barbers For New Barber Shop Call (813) 7 48-0952 Royai'Ti Hair Studio Is Looking For Nail Techs And Stylists Booth Rental Is Available Call Wiyana (Mrs. Y) (813) 892-Q937 Work From Home No Selling, No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 II


I II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received from bidders by the Owner in the Terminal Building front office located on the third level/blue side, Tampa International Airport, for the Project listed below until 2 :00p. m October 27, 2010, at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Service Building Lobby Conference Room A, second level/red side : Airport Name : Tampa Interna t ional Airport Authority Project Number : 571 0 11 FOOT FM Number : 415759-1 Project Title: Structural & Pavement Rehabilitation FY 11 A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Author i ty boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal Building third level/blue side on October 12, 2010 at 1 : 30 p m For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notifications of future business opportunities, please visit our website at www.tampaairport.com ; quick links; airport business Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc. New 2318 Manatee Avenue Center INVITATION TO BID: Sealed proposals (five (5) copies) will be received at Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc., located at 12271 US Highway 301 North Parrish Florida 34219 until 11: 30 a m October 6th 2010 for A PROPOSED BUILDING FOR 2318 Manatee Avenue Center for Manatee County Rural Health Services (MCRHS) in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications as prepar e d b y J e rry N Zoll e r AlA P.A. Architect/Planner The address on the proposal envelope shall be: Edgar H Price Family Healthcare Center Parrish Administration Building REFERENCE : 2318 Manatee Avenue Center ATTN: Chris Mullinex Director of Facilities 12271 US H i ghway 301 North Parrish FL 34219 Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at 2 : 00 p m at the Manatee County Rural Health Services East Manatee Healthcare Center, Meeting Room 1312 Manatee Avenue East Bradenton Florida SCOPE OF WORK: The work consists of furnishing all labor materials services equipment and appliances required for the fabrication delivery and erection of all items of work DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS : Prints and/or compact d i sc containing PDF files of all Drawings Specifications and Contract Documents may be purchased from Jeffcoat Blueprint at 1325 14th Street West Bradenton Florida 34205 (941) 747-6499 All related documents are filed under the name ."Manatee County Rural Health Services project 2318 Manatee Avenue Center". The full RFP document may be obtained from the offices of Chris Mullinex Director of Facilities MCRHS as list e d above or by e-mail at 2318Project @ mcrhs org PRE-BID CONFERENCE : A Mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the project site at 2318 Manatee Avenue West Bradenton FL, 32405 10 : 00 a .m. on September 23 2010 DBE AND WIMBE MINORITY PARTICIPATION: There is a minimum requirement of 15% DBE on this project and a W/MBE requirement as contained in FS 287 Links for minority subs lists a r e State of Florida bllp"l/dms m yflo r i d a com/othe r p rogr a ms/office o f s upplie r dlversity_QS_(j/ City of Tampa www tampagov.neVmdb FLUCP (Florida Unified Certification Program) Hillsborough County www.hillsboroughcounty.org go to online services, then to minority directory BLICATION DEADLINES Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And 50$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL SERVICES TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seeking qualified firms desiring to be considered for this project. The RFQ documents will be available on the Authority's website September 27 2010 at www tampaairport.com; Airport Business Notice of Solicitations. For questions regarding the II RFQ contact Connie Mundzak at 813-801-6040 EMPLOYMENT Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! 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