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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I II /_t :.:; I SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 CITY HOSTS EEO TRAINING SEMINAR The City of Tampa s Division of Community Affairs and the U. S. Equal Opportunity Commission hosted an Equal Opportunity Training Seminar last week at Ragan Park Auditorium. Several topics were covered with presentations from Attorney James W Jones, Manuel Zurita, Field Director, EEO Commission, Tampa; Atty. Yvette D. Daniels and Atty Roderick 0. Ford. Atty. Ford, center, is shown with City of Tampa employees : Kenneth Perry, Community Affairs Manager; Jesus Loquias, Maritza Betancourt, Ross Silvers, Joann Blount, Margarita Gonzalez Edna Cade, Deborah Jones, Cherlylene Beall, Rebecca Cortes and Viola Luke. (Photography by BRUNSON) Models leaded For Charity Event SEE PAGE 3 Governor Visits Local Businesses SEE PAGE 2 Deaths 01 Siblings Ruled Accidental SEE PAGE 16 Changes In WIC' Program Planned SEE PAGE 6

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Features N N ct UJ al UJ ..... a. UJ (j) c (j) UJ ::> ..... c a: u.. c z c:r: c tn w ::) .... w > w c w :::z::: en ::::i m ::: a. z i= w ..J ..J ::: m I ..J w z i= z w en c:r: c a: 0 ..J u.. Business Owner Gets Surprise Visit From Governor Barber Marven Lindo had the opportunity to serve Governor Charlie Crist some authentic Jamaican food during his visit. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Barber Marven Lindo had the opportunity to give Governor Charlie Crist a haircut during the governor's recent visit to his shop. Businessman Lindo knew that Governor Charlie Crist would be in town recently. His friend, who is employed by the ernor, told him about the trip to an area school. Lindo said his friend also said he would bring the governor by his business. He was skeptical that this would happen. However, on Thursday, September 1. th, the driver of Governor Crist pulled up in front of Uppercuts Barbershop on E. Fletcher Avenue. "I was surprised when his entourage pulled up in front of my barbershop. My friend set it all up," Lindo said. The 31-year-old father of two had the opportunity to cut the governor's hair. After the haircut, he took Governor Crist next door to his restaurant, the Jerk . o rrA s. Fr. J y fiQr ,ur ro , .I!IJJ !"'J ''!)'"" . '# -..... ..P ..,......, 1!1: ... : .. !I rt ( "Serving Community Since 1947" @b\, Did You Know That. .... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Annual Relining & Surgery In n For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Pit, where he served him a meal. Lindo said Governor Crist said he was very impressed to see a young man in business for himself. A riative of Jamaica, Lindo completed his education and training as a barber before corning to Tampa to live with his father. He obtained work and opened his barbershop in 2002, and opened the restaurant in November 2008. Ofhis success, Lindo said, "I have a passion for great food and cutting hair. I turned my two passions into a business. It wasn't easy, but you can do it. It's not what happens to you in life, it's what you do about what happens," the young man said School Bookkeeper Sued Over Missing Funds Arrested Earlier this month, the T ampa Police Department arrest e d a ss-year-old woman and c h a rg e d her with grand theft and offi c i a l mis conduct by falsifying records. She is also a defendant in a civil lawsuit in connection with the case. According to Hillsborough County Jail Records, Ms. Dianne Parker was taken into custody on S eptember 3rd and charged. She was !'eleased a fter posting bond the following day Ms. Parker is a 29-year employee of Hillsborough County Public Schools. She has worked at Erwin Technical Center as a book keeper since being employed with the school district. Ms. Parker was responsible for processing funds, including checks, money orders, and cash paid to the school. However, she is alleged to have held on to numerous checks and money orders for several months without proper receipt and made deposits for less than the amount she received. She was able to conceal the scheme because her receipts and deposits appeared to agree, school officials said The alleged scheme was uncovered in June when dis trict auditors noticed irregu larities as they attempted to reconcile the non-sufficient funds account. The school district investigation uncovered a complex DIANNE PARKER Former Bookkeeper at Erwin Technical Center scheme that allegedly enabled Ms. Parker to conceal her improper actions. School district auditors dis covered the improper transfers using the district's new auditing report feature, which adds another layer of scrutiny to bookkeeping. After the discovery, attorneys for the Hillsborough County Public Schools filed a civil complaint naming Ms. Parker as the defendant. The lawsuit alleges she intentionally failed to properly l deposit school funds and instead used the fundSfo f < ne r personal use ; The school district seeks to recover funds in the amount of $582,659, in addition to costs and attorneys fees. A spokesperson for the school district said Ms. Parker is suspended without pay from her job. Mayor To Dedicate Cenotaph And Public Art Piece Business and community leaders, as well as leaders from the Seminole Tribe o Florida, join Mayor Pam Iorio to dedicate the ; cenotaph and the public art installation, Ceremonial Space, on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. The dedication will take place at the south-end o Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park on the Riverwalk; located at 601 Old Water Street. 813.900.6327 Both the cenotaph and Ceremonial Space are intended to acknowledge and honor all of those who have been impacted by the events that occurred at Fort Brooke while it was an active fort. Addit i onally, they sym bolize moving forward and n e w beginnings ronwatsona rtstuct io .con1

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Features c: m (/) c Children Given Chance To Participate In Positive Radio Broadcasting }< (/) m "'D m Ill m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A young Tampa woman has created an opportunity for youngsters from kindergarten through 8th grade to enter the world of broadcasting. The vehicle she has chosen is Internet radio and she is of fering a hands-on approach to technology. Ms. Dionne Alston said, "There are many opportuni ties these days to share your voice. For instance, there's YouTube and myspace. YouTube is flooded with school fights and other unmentionables that receive thousands of viewers and comments. And, it's stagger ing the images that our urban youth are sending to the world So, in an effort to combat the negative materials that continually circulate over the Internet, Ms. Alston was in spired to create an opportu nity for children to understand the power of their words and actions. Ms. Alston will launch a Saturday program geared to ward school children. The program entitled "Purple House Radio will feature children in grades kinder garten through third at 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The fourth and fifth grade students will be on the air from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. And, the middle school children, in grades 6th through 8th will be featured from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Its companion program on MS. DIONNE ALSTON Introduces children to broadcasting world podcast is entitled, "This Way Up!" The youngsters will add programming to the radio show that is created by child ren for children. They will learn the area of production, voiceovers, and all other as pects of broadcast radio. Additionally, Ms. Alston said Purple House Radio has teamed up with the not-for profit organization, Plant a Row for the Hungry. This will allow the students the oppor tunity to grow, harvest, and donate organic fruit and veg etables produce. The produce will be donated to America's Second Harvest Kids Cafe Food Program to help feed the hungry. Ms. Alston said she wanted to providea way for youngsters to use technology in a positive way. "Studies have shown that if children take part in growing their ::tl N food, they are likely to try it, and make better choices. The N 0 0 U) kids will work as a team and donate it. Hopefully, this will broaden the scope of what one person can do positively with his voice and just his hands." Ms. Alston is the daughter of Tampa s Mrs. Janice Hall McCaskill and Lewis McCaskill and the grand daughter of the late Mrs. Geraldine Hall Streeter, a longtime daycare owner. Ms. Alston said enrollment in the program is limited. Anyone wishing to learn more information may visit the web site at purplehouseradio.net or call Ms. Alston at (813) 789-8153-., r-0 ::tl Models Needed For Charitv Event 6 ,.. (/) m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa organization is lqoking for women in all shapes and sizes to participate in a fashion show. Th e event will take place next month. Ms. Tamara Livingston Ashley, of LymeLyte Diva, is serVing as the host for the Charity Event for Dress For Success Tampa Bay. Ms. Ashley said, "We are looking to our community for help to make this show a success. We need volunteer models of all races, shapes, and sizes to be featured in the show." The volunteers, both men and women, must be at ieast 18 years old and range in sizes from small to 32. Ashley Stewart and Talk of the Town Bou. tique are sponsoring the Dress For Success Fashion Show. The first in a series of fash ion shows will take place on Sunday, October 25th, at the Home Theater Gallery, 3300 S. Dale Mabry Highway. The doors will open at 3 p.m. It is a business suit drive and Ms. said are in need of donated suits that are ei ther gently used or new Dress For Success of Tampa Bay is a not-for-profit organi zation that targets independ ence for disadvantaged women. The organization pro vides professional attire to help women enter the work force, stay employed, advance in their careers and improve their lives. The organization also has a network of support and tools to help with career development. The models participating in the event will be taught the art MS. TAMARA LIVINGSTON ASHLEY ... Founder ofLymeLyte Diva of modeling and will experi ence a complete makeover from head to toe for the show. They will also attend work shops on self-esteem and be exposed to business network ing. "There are a lot of people who are unemployed and we like to pass on information about businesses who are hir ing. The next meeting will be held on October 1st at the Crosstown Executive Suites, 1505 S. U. S. Highway 301, be ginning at 6:30 p.m. Ms. Ashley said vendors and sponsors are welcome to contact her to either donate materials and contributions to the show or to provide infor mation on employm ent. She said the clothing and shoes donated from the show will be returned if requested. She further stated that the organization is looking for about 20 men and 20 women to participate in the show. Those who are interested should contact her as soon as possible because space is lim ited. Ms. Ashley said the models we see are thin, but the major ity of don't loqk like they do. Those who are You're Invited To Candidate Valerie H. Goddard's Thursday, September 24th 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Centro Austuriano 1913 Nebraska Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 486-7753 Complimentary Appetizers & Hors d'oevres Cash Bar Pledges And Contributions Ale Welcome Hosted By Friends Of Valerie H. Goddard Polticlil l*d for and approved by Yaler1e H GocklMI, 3. heavier warit to know what clothes will look like on some one who is a plu_s size. 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O'l Editorials & Columns N N a: w CD :?! w 1-a. w C/') >"' 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue. Tampa F lorida 33605 ( 813) 248-1921 P ublished E very T uesday and Friday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of Nat ional Newspaper Publ ishers Association ( NNPA ) and Ama l gamated Publishers I nc Ne w York 1 990 -94 C P T i m el n!ernat ional POSTMASTER : Send Address Change T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per io d i cal Pos tage Paid At T ampa FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscriptions -S44. 00-6 Months Bo t h Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editio ns Op i nions expressed on edi torial pages o l !hi s n e wspaper by Columnists or Guesl Wril o rs, do no! necessarily reflec t the editorial stance ol The Florida Senl!nel Buflel!n or t he P ubl is her Stop The Violence J ust last week, a Tampa man murdered his ex-girlfriend while she held one of his children to her breast. And now this. In a county south of ours, a recent immigrant to this land obviously concluded that his family problems were 0 best settled by a knife rather than by negotiation. So, 0: according to news reports Messac Dumas allegedly took u.. a knife, and slit the throats of his 5 children, Michzah, 9; 0 Marven, 6; Maven, 5; Megan, 3; Morgan, 11 months, and Z his wife Guerline. Interestingly enough, "Guerline," in < French means "the fighter." But in this fight, she obviously had no chance to defend herself nor her children. 0 Does it seem coincidental, or is America, these days, CJ'J drowning in a sea of domestic violence? Do not misunderstand. The United States has never been a docile !-nation. Stretching back to the massacres of countless > Native Americans and the savage treatment of Mrican ffi slaves, Irish immigrants, Italian immigrants and others > who came to this land for a better life, bitterness and W bloodshed have always seemed to give themselves American nicknames. ::1: But domestic violence has also dogged us. Going back sa to the early 1900's, we can remember the great journalist O'Henry writing about a woman who bragged about a :> black-eye she received by a husband who would always a. hit first, then make-up with presents, after-while. Decades later, comedian Jackie Gleason portrayed bus 1-driver Ralph Cramdon who used to threaten his wifd with "One of these days, 'POW,' RIGHT IN THE KISS-I ER!" It was funny then. But i:t isn't funny now. Somehow, right now, we as a nation must stop domestic ..J violence! The time-honored traditions of love and famiW ly are in danger! z i= z w C/') < 0 a: 0 ._. LL. -oeteating our Children's Boogie-Man S everal of our staff writers overheard their children comparing the number of fights at their schools since class recently began. Indeed, one child relat--ed how he had seen a fight nearly everyday at school. Another child commented on how a switchblade had been taken from a classmate. To the credit of our staff members, lectures on nonviolence and on how to handle conflicts and anger quickly followed their children's comments. Nevertheless, many of the children vowed to protect themselves first and suffer the consequences later. They promised such response, even though they knew that su8pension or worse might result from participating in school violence. We understand. But we do not agree. Needless to say, the news media bas been kept busy reporting recent senseless stabbings, shootings and such by our youngsters and young adults, who seem to be unable to control their emotions. Just as we have constantly urged parents to talk to their children about hygiene, sexuality and the prevention of disease and pregnancy,-we also urge our parents to talk to their children about bow to negotiate and maintain a positive attitude during conflicts, and how to handle their anger. We urge our parents to become better mentors and models for the right thing to do, in the midst of argu-: ments and misunderstandings. Indeed, a child who is always bit or who always sees people being hit will W become a perpetrator of violence. It is not rocket sci" ence, but truth. 2: We also suggest cooler parental tempers and longer, P. B. s. Pinchback: America's First Black Governorl In 1867, Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback's return to New Orleans resumed his maverick activities that marked his civil rights history in the region. Having ignored streetcar signs that separated Black riders from whites, Pinchback rode streetcars designated for white riders while serving in the First Louisiana Volunteer Infantry. Later, while a resident of Alabama, Pincbback began to speak out to groups of Blacks, urg ing them {o become informed and involved in political conventions and meetings despite mob violence and ter rorism against Blacks. Mobilized by the killing of Blacks by a mob at a Louisiana constitutional con vention in 1866, Pinchback returned to Louisiana and established the Fourth Ward Republican Club, which soon became Pincbback's power base. Pincbback's biogra phy states that he attended You can be discriminat ed against for a number of reasons. Age, religion, sex, culture nation al origin or social belief, may all be reasons for certain peo ple to discriminate against you. It has nothing to do with race at alL Racism on the other hand is all together dif ferent. The only thing that matters in racism is skin color. You can call this column playing the race card, call it discriminatory Call it what ever you want but call it the truth. You've got to be Black to really understand racism and its affects. Yes, baby you may have an idea. But to really know, you've got to be Black It is one thing for you to say to a friend whose mother recently passed away that I know how you feeL The truth is that unless your mother has died, you don't really know how that friend feels. Louisiana's next constitutional convention and gave a rousing speech in which he criticized all prejudice and d e nounced bickering among Black factions." Indeed, Pinchback introduced sev eral civil rights proposals at the convention, which were said to be far reaching and ahead of their time." One of them "prohibited discrimina tion on public transportation, in business, or at resorts that were licensed by the state." Of course we all know that nearly a century would pass before the law was fully enforced. In 1868, Pinchback ran for the Louisiana Senate in an election he lost and claimed was fraudulent. He was awarded the Sena,te seat four months later and successfully passed several key legislative measures. One law recognized the marriages of Black men and women, and a second law imposed a $100 fine on owners of public accommodations who The chicken may have an idea about what a bacon and egg sandwich is, but the hog knows first hand what it is, To a non-Black, an act that is intended to be racist may not seem like an act of racism. But a Bhick person immediately recognizes the act for what it is, even though they may not acknowledge it Questions and statements are becoming more and more prevalent about public resentment against President Barack Obama! Those who don't believe President Obama's race is bothering some folks, listen to the radio and T.V. Remember two things. The first is that nearly as many non-Blacks voted against President Obamf as those who voted for him. The se cond thing that needs to be remembered is that Black people helped to elect President Obama. Have we forgotten that refu sed t o trea t Blac k s a nd whites equally. In 187 0 Pinchback started a weekly newspaper, th e L o ui s ianan which he published until 1881. Pinchback's political prow ess grew as h e ass um e d chairmanship of ke y Senate committees and served as "president pro Tempore of the State Senate" when Lieutenant Governor Oscar Dunn died. Even though Pinchback was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1872 and the United States Senate in 1873, in hotly contested races, he was denied the seats on both occasions by the House and the Senate in 1875 and 1876 respectively In 1876, Pinchback was appointed a custom s surveyor for the City of New Orleans. At age 48, Pinchback attended and graduated from Straight University (now Dillard University). Having moved to Washington, D C. in 1895 to practice law and become a full-time civil rights advocate, Pincbback died in 1921. By the way, did you know he was the grandfather of Harlem Renaissance writer Jean Toomer, author ofthe celebrated novel Cane? Well, you know it, now, Harambee! Blacks turned out to vote in record numbers and voted 90% for Obama. Do you really believe that you can cast out all of the Black votes and Mr. Obama would have won? So many Blacks were proud to vote for Barack Obama. He was one of our own, You've got to be Black to fully understand what a red-letter occasion this was for Black people Please understand that I understand and Black people understand that not all white people are racists. We realize that all white people dis like President Obama. We realize that many who disagree with some of President-Obama's decisions, are not based upon racism. But also understand that there are many out there who hate the president simply because of his skin color. You' ve got to be Black to be turned down for a position when you have all the qualifi cations, the capabilities, the experience and you are the best candidate. You know this, facts show this and the person with the power to put you there knows it. Yes my friend, you've got to be Black to know the feeling. more meaningful conversations between parents and children. That way, we will be able to defeat our children's boogie-man!

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Mrs. Mary Ann Jones and Rev. Foster Garvin smiled for the camera while attending an Armettia B & B Society Banquet. Editor Chuck Stone works with Eunice Butts in this Gibbs Junior College photo from the past. Judy Green shows what a real Beauty Unliinited feature is supposed to look like. Recipients of achievement certificates during a function at Roland Park Elementary School were J. M. Marshall, Alberta Dixon, W. H. Gordon, Mary Webster, Lubertha Hodge, and Georgette Gardner. This is a photo of members of the Golden Rule Club attending a banquet. "T1 r-0 en m z m r;m c rr-!!l z "'0 c: m r-c;; :::t: m c m .... c m en c > z c "T1 ::1:1 8

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en g Local N Changes To WIG Program To Stan October 1st c a: LL c z <( c en w ::: .... w > w c w :::r: en ::i m ::: a. z ...J ...J :l m ...:. w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL CD w CJ WIC In news from Tallahassee, more than half-a-million women, infants, and children who participate in the Florida Department Of Health's WIC Program will receive the new, nationally televised WIC food package beginning October 1st Based on the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the new food choices will allow the WIC pro-.. 3608 N. 15th (Corner OllalleJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! 813.247.5128 MENU ATM Machine On Premises TASTING FOOD FRIDAY SPECIAL BREAM, BlUEGillS. MUllET. CATFISH, GROUPER. WH11:1NG AND SOUTHERN FRJED CHlCKEN (WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS) BRING THIS AD AND RECEIVE A FREE DRINK & DESSERT WlTH ORDER DINE 1N OR TAKE OUTI WE ACCEPT TElEPHONE ORDERSJ gram increased flexibility in prescribing culturally appro priate foods to WIC's diverse population. Some of the changes will include: 1be addition of fruits, veg etables, and whole grains for mothers and 1 to 5-year-old children. The addition of baby food fruits and vegetables for all infants age 6 to 12 months. The amount of formula for infants is now variable based on the age and breastfeeding regime of the infant The requirement that milk for women and children 2 years of age and older be 1 percent low fat or fat free. The new package also strengthens WIC's breast feeding promotion and support messages by providing strong incentives for contin ued breastfeeding, including additional quantities and types of foods for breastfeed-ing mothers and their infants. G. Steve Huard, Public Information Officer for the Hillsborough County Health Department (H.C.H D.), said overall responsibility for get ting the word out about the changes will rest with the U. S. Department of Agriculture. "The U.S.D.A. administers the program and oversees all of the promotions." "We all realize time is short for getting the word out and we're trying to use the media as well as press releases and the internet. We will also use community newsletters and the stores where WIC supplies are sold to spread the word." Huard said the H.C.H.D. is not planning to mail out notices of the changes, but that doesn't mean the state office won't try. Eligible women and children participating in the WIC program receive food checks that specify which nutritious food items can be purchased; these WIC food checks can be redeemed at any of the 2,000-plus authorized grocery stores in Florida. In addition to offering supplemental healthy foods, WIC provides the following additional services at no cost: nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding support and referrals for healthcare. For more information on these changes to the WIC program, call the Hillsborough County Health Department at (813) 307-8044, or the U.S.D.A. office in Tallahassee at (850) 245-4111. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@.Osentinel.com. Organization Plans Foreclosure Prevention Workshop Ill A A A KIr N (':'. i\ ,{ K A FFo U[) f1 n l .. E -.. f:V'lJ 1-. : . J J l \,.JJ L .. . . I\. .. h..l> :. ,\.jOV A homeownership preserva tion workshop, to help resi dents learn information that can help them retain their homes will be held on Saturday, September 26th, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Tampa Convention Center, Ballroom D, 333 South Franklin Street. The event is being sponsored by the HOPE NOW Alliance, the Obama Administration's Making Home Affordable program and NeighborWorks America, The Housing and Education Alliance, Inc and the Alliance for Stabilizing Our Communities (National Urban League, National Council of La Raza, National CAPCD and Bank of America). It is being held for area homeowners who may be at risk of foreclosure. The work shop is free and open to the public, and provides a chance for homeowners to meet face to-face with their mortgage company and a HUD-certified counseling agency to work on a solution to help them stay in < their homes . The Obama Administra-tion's Making Home Affordable program was cre ated to help millions of home owners refinance or modify their mortgage payments to a level that is affordable now and in the future. For additional information visit the website at www.MakingHomeAffordable .gov. HOPE NOW is the industry created alliance of mortgage servicers, investors, counselors, and other mortgage market participants that has developed and is implement ing a coordinated plan to help as many homeowners as pos sible prevent foreclosure and stay in their homes. For additional information about the program visit their website at www.HopeNow&.QID.. or call the free Homeowner's HOPE Hotline at (888) 995-HOPE. Communitv Organization oners Senices To Fire, Victims BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Last week it was reported that a family of seven was devastated by a fire that totaled their home and destroyed all of their belong ings Help has been either slow or not at all for the Rodriguez family as they are still in need of a place to live and other personalized items The Sons and Daughters of Harriet Tubman and the organization's founder, Michelle Williams, heard about the family's problems, and Will offer whatever help they can provide. "We've agreed to be the contact people for anyone willing to reach out to help this family with whatever they can give," said Williams. "This is a great opportunity for everyone to show what kind of heart they have and if-they're willing to help a family who really needs it." Anyone who wants to help the Rodriguez family get through this crisis should call (813) 401-4103.

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-1 c: m CJ) c CJ) Collection Boxes Set Up For 'Cell Phones For Soldiers' Drive Hillsborough County Security Services Department has kicked off its second annual Cell Phones For Soldiers drive to help the troops serving overseas stay in touch with their families back home Security Services officers have partnered with the non-profit organization to trade unused or outdated cell phones for pre-paid calling cards to keep the troops con nected with their loved ones. Donated phones are sent to ReCellular, which then Man Files Compla.int After An Alleged Police Anack BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Just before 2 a.m. on September 14th, Clarence Jones was walking east on Lake venue in the Robles Park Public Housing area. He was in the area visiting his mother and sister, and had just left the McDonald's restaurant on Central Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. According to Jones, as he walked along Lake Avenue a white Impala with Tampa Police vice officers ordered him over to their car "I had seen them earlier, and actually spoke to them. Tpey followed me around a corner and I could smell the odor of marijuana coming out oftheir car." Jones said the officer asked him for his identification then told him he was being detained. "I told him I didn't have my identification card with me but was still willing to give him the inforination he need ed. When I asked why I was being detained, one of t he officers got belligerent toward me, .told me I was being arrested, and threw me to the ground. I landed on my stom ach. "The officer put his knee in my back with one of my arms raised up in the air. The next thing I knew, I was being struck in the face and out with racial slurs and curs ing." __ said as the offiCer beat him, he yelled for help and people n the area came outside to see what was going on. "After the beating, I was jacked up and thrown into a police cruiser. I was driven away from the area to the parking lot of Memorial High School where I was torment ed, yelled at and cursed again with racial slurs." Jones said at Memorial, several other vice officers arrived and he complained he had a bad cuts and bruises and other injuries "An EMS vehicle came, but the officers refused to let them see me. A member of their crime scene team came CLARENCE JONES and took pictures of my face, arms, and other parts that wee banged up during the attack. "It shocked me that the officer put his hands on me in the first place. I was charged with resisting arrest without violence, but I did nothing wrong." TPD spokesperson, Laura McElroy, said the officers on patrol in the area thought Jones was someone they had trespassed from the area ear lier. "The officers called out to him several times before he stopped. Once they got close to him, they saw he wasn't the person they thought, but reported smelling marijuana." McElroy said when the officers tried to search Jones he stiffened up and that's when they took him to the ground. "Jones was yelling racial slurs at the.officers, and a crowd started gathering, so the officers handcuffed him quickly and took him away from the area." McElroy confirmed that Jones was charged with resisting arrest without vio lence. She also said a captain and lieutenant tried to contact Jones to initiate an internal affairs investigation after he bonded out of jail. "He did talk to the lieutenant, but hung up on him. He later contacted Internal Affairs on his own and filed the complaint. Jones also contacted the Tampa-Hillsborough NAACP Office. Jones, communitY leader s, and area activists plan a series of protests against police bru tality pays Cell Phones For Soldiers for each phone. The mone y is used to provide one hour of talk time per pre paid calling card to soldiers a broad Brandon; Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd. Tampa; m be dropped off through Friday, Jan. 8 at any of the m abovelocations. 3: Last year, the County col lected more than 2 ,000 cell phones, which equaled 2,000 calling cards, which were then presented to MacDill Air Force Base for deployed troops to ca'l!l :home. Recycling the a lso helps 'protect the environment by keeping the .. toxic metals they contai n out of l andfills. County Center Lobby, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa; Security Services will col-lect the phones, count them ::D and exchange them for call-N ing cards for our troops Two teenagers from NorweH, Massachusetts, :E founded the Cell Ph'one For program in 2004, with $21 of their own money. Since then, the non-profit organization has raised mor e than $2 million in donations and distributed more than 500,000 prepaid calling cards to soldiers serving over seas. MacDill Air Force Base, South Tampa; New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd., Tampa; Plant City Courthouse, 302N. Michigan Ave., Plant City; SouthShore Regional Service Center, 410 30th St. S.E., Ruskin; and This year, drop-off boxes for collecting the phones have been set up in the following locations around the County: Brandon. Regional Service Center, 311 Pauls Dr., Town 'N Country Senior Center, 7606 Paula Dr., Tampa. Unused or outdated cell phones and other portable communication devices can For more information, contact Carol Michel, Community Relations Coordinator, at (813) 272-9515. i i .. I : : --! Is saving on your mind? Put switching on your to-do list. 3x10 LifeGreen Che bank 1gs help you save time, money, and for the future. These days, saving is on everybody's mind. People eVerywhere are discovering that Regions can give them more stability and help them save-starting with LifeG Checking and Savings. 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Q) Birthday Greeting Local N N a: w m w .b: w (/) 0 (/) w :::::) .... Tea Conversations Cand y Lowe's Tea Time was the spot for recent tea conversations. (Photos by Julia Jackson} DO NOV AN MONTRE' DREWEY A special birthday wish to Prince Donovan Montre' Drewey, who turned one on September 21st. His proud parents are Bill and Carol Drewey and the grandson of Betty Sheppard and the late James Sheppard and Sam and Ella Drewey. Love you from big sister, Dadriana. EVERLETI jONES, JR. ..a.. They thought he was dead and gone, but he's still standing strong Happy birthday "E." From, your family. Candy Lowe listens intently as gentlemen gather in her tea shop for genuine conversation. One of the contributing participants .. was spoken word artist, LIFE l ,.. #7:--:"' .... .. --.. _Q.: # : iiildtfa.MtiiiiNitJtiMif ... :Asslslarit Pastor Efgin ltudi:er : s .. (;'J1urdl, Sanfor.d, St.tnrum -I'm p .m.. ______ N1111 e .. M. ,1111B. 'Ch .. -.. hu r.,.g. :fl.c_______ ... Photographer Winston, enjoying the Tea Time conversations. One of the participants was local artist Ron 'sooo Watts' Watson. Eddie Adams and Dr. Carl Warren were also among the parBarbara Griffin and Raymond sWeet participated in the conversations.

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Local Disaster Seminar Helps Residents 'Be Prepared' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although th e 2009 Hurrican e season i s a t the hal fway point o fficials say it i s never too l a t e to "be prepared." On Thur sday, September 24th 6 p.m., severa l o r gan i zatio n s will come tog e ther at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Servic e Center, 3 4 02 N. 22nd St reet, to s h are v ital information Ms. Linda Smart, Outreach Coordinator for the Florida Department of Financial Services said, "This seminar will not only address the issues of the hurricane season, but will provide useful information about other areas of concern. There are several speakers on the agenda to address these issues. Several guest speakers are slated to participate in the sem inar. Ms. Smart also stated, "We put this forum together to advise the general public about things they need to know before and after the disaster As many people are aware, a disaster is not always a hurricane It could possibly be a fire loss, chemical spill, or a ny other natural disas ter." I am hopeful that our citizens will come out to be informed and educated by the various organizations in attendance to help them through the process off being prepared before a loss," she said. Agustin. Valdes, Region a l Supervisor and Mike Cox, Fire Protection Specialist from the Florida Division of State F i re Marshal's Office will speak on the topic, "After the Di saster and Home Fire Safety. "Protect Yourself Against Unlic e nsed and Unscrupulous MS. LINDA SMART Outreach Coordinator for the Florida Department of Financial Services Contractors," is the topic of Investigator Gabriel Acosta, with the Department of Professional & Business Regulation Doug Douglas, Manager with the American Red Cross will address "Planning & Preparedness. Eugene Henry, Manager of the Hillsborough County Hazard Mitigation Section, will discuss the topic of "Flood Plans and Being More Resistant for Tomorrow Ms. Jennifer Durgee, Resource Specialist with the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay 2-11 will talk about serv ices pro vided by the Crisis .Center of Tampa Bay. Thurman Lowe, Financial E xaminer and Analyst Supervisor with the Division o f Funeral, Cemetery, and Consumer Services will bring vital information about licens ing and the funeral industry Ms. Smart will address th e issue of The Impo.rtance of Renters Insurance, Public Adjusters, and Flood Insurance ." Church Anniversary And Homecoming Firs t Baptist Church of College Hill will be celebrating their 105th Church Allniversary and Homecoming in Octobe r. The ce l ebration will kick off with a Motorcade on Saturday, Oct wth at 9 .a. m. ; talent show planned Thursday, Oct 15th at 7 p. m.; and the community festival on Saturday, Oct 17th, 10 a .m.-4 p. m On Sunday, Oct 18th, the .. memhership in 7:50 a. rn:--aild 10:50 a. in. : For additional informati'on f call the' church at (813) 248-6600 and leave a message for any member of the Planning Committee. Rev. Dr. EvanS. Burrows is the Senior Pastor. ,Christ The Church 1441 E. Fletcher..Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 (Above The Wooden Nickle) Is Hosting 3 Power-Packed Services Sept. 24-26, 2009 7:30 P.M With Pastor/Prophet Terry Weems , . Of Bradenton, FL. "Embracing The Glory" The Sufferings Of This Present Time Are Not Worthy To Be Compared With Us The Glory Which Shall Be Revealed In Us. Pastor Alecia Thomas, Host Pastor For More Info (813) 943-97Hi -t c: m en c Best Buv Awards $5,000 Communitv Grant To Tampa Bav Academv Of Hope }< en m m 3:: Th e T a mpa Bay Academy of Hope has recei ved a $5 ,000 Communit y Grant from Best Buy Co., Inc B es t Buy l eaders at store #1766, located in T ampa, (the Wes t c hase l oca tion on W Hill sboro u g h Ave.) se l ected Tampa Bay Acade m y of Hope from submitte d propo sa l requests b ec ause of the ir d edicatio n to empowering you n g teens to excel in scho .ol, engage in their community, a nd develop leadership skills. Tampa Bay Academy of Hope is 501(c)(3) community based organization that serves at-risk youth, ages 12 to 18 who attend middle and high schools. This program helps underserved youth gain access to colleges by focusing on school attendance and behavior, academic achievement, JAMES EVANS ... Founder self-esteem, and leadership The Best Buy Community Grants Program is led by employee committees in each of the company s eight territo ries across the United States. Best Buy believes its employees are best able to build a nd mai n -tD m ::D t a in l asting community partnerships and s h ould b e N e mpow ered to h e lp di rect fund-i ng to nonprofit organizations in their communities through Community Grants Through d eca d es of charita ble giving tota lin g m o r e than $175 million B es t Buy h as s up port ed non-profit organizations in the communities wh ere our employees li ve and work. Best Buy believe s in the power of teens, and @15 is a platform to connect with them, give voice to their perspectives, and invest our resources -including the energy and talents of our employees to turn their ideas into action and support their efforts to lead social change. To learn more, visit www atls.com. Former Bav Area Pastor Is Candidate For Bishop In CME Church "T1 r-0 :!:! c REV. DR. JOHNNYJ. JACKSON, III BY JULIA JACKSON One of Tampa's past pastors in the Christia n Methodist Episcopal Church (CME) is a candidate Rev. Dr. Johnny James Jackson, III (also known as Rev. J. J. Jackson) served as pastor of Tampa's Holsey Temple CME Church. "For me, the call to offer myself for the Office of Bishop is just as prOfound as the call to preach and pastor he said and is the Senior Pastor of )> en Israel Metropolitan CME m Church, Greenville, SC. He also Z serves as President of the CME i Ministers Alliance. m Rev. Dr. Jackson is married to the former Mary L. Woodard and has 2 sons "God has blessed me with many gifts, skills and experi-r-1 m c: rr-!!I for the Office of Bishop in the 2010 election A native of Birmingham AL, Rev. Jackson currently serves under Bishop Thomas L. Hoyt, Jr. Having been a preacher for 29-1/2 years, he has pastored several churches ences that will enhance the spiritual growth to our church C: on the connectional level, he concluded. iii I ALLEN TEMPLE A. M. E. CHURCH Celebrates "It is the blood that keeps the family together in vnity. TUESDAY, SEPT. 22ND AT 7:00 P.M. .. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23RD THURSDAY, SEPT. 24TH 7:00P.M. REV. WILUE J. COOK PASTOR SUNDAY SEPT 27TH SERVICE INCLCUDES: :X: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c "T1 :!:! c 9:00A.M. CHURCH 10:00 A.M. UNITY DAY SERVICE 4:00 P.M. ALLEN TEMPLE CHURCH MASS CHOIR CONCERT C) m CD

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8 Loca l N 0::: UJ al UJ 1-a.. UJ (J) 10-Year-Oid Is MultiTalented Musician 0 (J) UJ => 1-0 0::: u. c z <( Caleb poses with Sheila E and Ringo Starr. At the age of 10, Caleb 0 Sanders is an accomplished ffi musician and has mastered the drums, bass guitar, rhythm guitar and more . He's >already met several celebrities a:-w and has been on national tele-[ij vision. 0 -But, how did all of this start w for young Caleb? His father, :X: Mark Sanders, said his son was 2 when it all started. m He s performed at a wedding reception, and it z was recorded. The recording ffi was sent to Fox 13 Television, and he was interviewed during one of therr with m Kathy Fountain. ...!.. w z t= z w (J) 0:: g u. "Caleb's biggest musical influence is Prince, although I've always tried to have him listen to different artists." At the age of 4, Mr. Sanders entered his son in a drum contest being hosted and sponsored by renowned percussionist, Sheila E. "As it turned out, Caleb was one of 7 winners, and got a chance to not just meet Sheila E., butherentrrefamily, including her father, Pete,. who played with Carlos. Santana." Mr. Sanders said they were all caught off guard when Caleb first displayed Connections for :omiDaiJtesin Today's Eco,noiiJIY''' : 0 """ w c.. SaturcJaY, September 26, 2009 aa.m. to 4p.m. Quorum Hotel 700 North Westshore BoulevM'd Tampa, Rorida 33609 Registration $20 (Includes c:on,t1nertal breakfast and networking luncheon with keynote spl!ilker) This event brings together small and minority businesses to present opportunities to do business with the City of Tampa, public/private sectors and other businesses. This event Is open to the public. To. register become a sponsor vendor or volunteer please visit our website for more Information at www.tampagov .neVMAAAC or email at his t a l e nt. ' I h ave bro th ers ar e musi c i a n s, bu t th ey wer e t a u g ht. Ca leb w as n t t a u g ht a nd only r ece n t l y s t a rt ed p l aying w ith his u n cles i n a bam!. I f I c a n r e m e mb e r it r i g h t h e fir s t l e arn e d t o p l a y th e drums. Lat e r h e s t a rt e d play in g o th e r pe r c u ss i o n in s tru m e nt s a nd a t th e age of 7, h e l ea rn e d t o play a b as s g uit a r B y th e tim e h e was 8 h e could pl ay fiv e diff e r ent instruments He also r e corded his first CD. In Caleb's y oung life, he s had music sessions with Sheila E. and for m e r B e ati e Ringo Starr. Mr. Sanders s aid h e an d hi s wife, Linda, s c hool th e ir onl y child at hom e and h e and Caleb loo k for ward t o their w e ekly Boys Night Out. When w e ge t t oge th e r o n Thursda y s w e tra v el t o diff e rent musi c stor e s and hang out until the y close. Mr. Sanders said he and his wife are very proud of and try very hard to stay humble as a family. That's impmtant to us because we want him to have a normal. life in spite accomplishments All he wants to do in the future is play and compose music Mr. Sanders invites every one to go onto Caleb's web site and li$ten to his music and judge for yourself l;lis website is www.calebe sanders.com Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com Spccializin!l. In: Semi-Permanent Extension .00 SPECIAL! Month Of September Seekin g Eyela s h Extl!ns i on Tech Please Call For More Info Call Now For Appointments Walk-Ins Welcome (813) 770-1138 lldt lJHII Ju,],,J, New Pharmacv oners Personalized Service BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Pharmacies like Walgr ee n's, CVS, and Wal Mart may offer you drive through s e rvic e and a big cor porate name, but a new Tampa pharmacy said wh a t it o ffers is some thing you c a n t find in th e m ajor outl e ts "We off e r mor e person aliz e d serv ic e said Mika Caruana, Administrative Assistant for the new One Stop Rx Pharmacy One Stop Rx is an independent pharmacy whose goal is to set up neighborhood facilities where people can feel more connected. "Our.idea is t]:lat cy lOC,ilting our phalmacy withiti the community we can offer a lot more. one-on-one service," said Caruana. "One thing we do the oth ers don't is offer personal con sultation. rooms instead of having you stand in a line waiting People need to get to know their pharmacist on a personal level." One Stop Rx has one phar macist Nanakumo, VENAN NANAKUMO Pharmacist and a technician who speaks Spanish for their Hispanic clients. One Stop Rx accepts all insurance and is open Monday through Friday''from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m and on Saturdays from 9 a m. until 1 p.m. The pharmacy is conve niently located at 4830 North Armenia Avenue, and the first 100. customers will receive a free gift bag with a new phar macy Rx or Rx transfer. One Stop x Pharmacy's motto is : "A healthy family is a happy family." Corporation To Develop Communities Of Tampa, Inc. "17th YEAR CELEBRATION LUNCHEON? Hyatt RegencyDowntown Tampa September 29, 2009 Luncheon StartsAt 11:30 Keynote Speaker: Dr. DeForest BlakeSdllrles, Jr. Theme: "Homeownership: Promotion and Presentation During HardEconomic limes" Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jr is the Seniur Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset New Jersey. A pioneer of the community development. Dr. Soanes has led First Bapti s t in the con struction of a new $20 million church complex and he fonnation of many non-protit entitie s to serve the community surrounding the church.

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Local Motivational Speaker looks Back On Troubled Past G l enda P o w ell feels she's compl e t e l y reformed from h er des t ructive pas t a n d want s to h elp o t hers do th e same. M s Powell sa i d h e r life exper i e n ces c a u se d h er to b e bitt e r and a ngry for yea rs. I did every thin g w r o ng. I was addic t e d to drugs and lived a lif e that w a sn t good for me, or my children. I didn' t c are what anyone thought or said Periods of incarceration and being institutionalized g av e Ms. Powell an opportunity to reflect on her life 'I' v e always been a spiritual person but not religious. I do believe in God and thanks to Him, I've been transformed to succeed " I know God had a purpose for everything I've gone through and now as a motiva tional speaker, I try to help others Ms. Powell said she s able to smile now, and has devel oped a great sense of humor. "I've created a motivational speaking company so. I can GLENDA POWELL reach out to others. I feel I have so much to share I can make a difference i n the life of another person going through what I went through. "All they have to do is reach out, and not be afraid to step out on faith." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.-com. Event Reminder -1 c m CfJ c 2nd Annual Small, Minoritv Business Symposium Planned }< CfJ m "D m :: On Saturday, September 26th beginning a t 8 a.m., the Mayor' s Africa n Ame ric a n Adv is ory Council (MAAAC) in conjunction with th e City of Tampa, will host the 2009 Small and Mi nori t y B u siness Sym posium. Th e sy m posium w ill be h e l d a t th e Qu orum Ho t e l 700 N. West shore Boulevard (off W estshore a nd Cypr e ss) It w ill bring together small and minority busine s s es seeking to incre a se busi ness opportunities. Some of the solution-based workshops b e ing offered include tra ining education business skills development, federal stimulus dollars, green ini tiatives, and finance. Ms. Elle Gilder and Herman Broxton are sharing the duties of Chairperson. The Symposium culminates with a business match ing trade show and panel discussions with guests from local government, and the public and private sector. The symposium includes llJ Piper US LLP. Entitled, Succes sful I'>J Business Connections I'>J for Small & Minorit y Companie s In T o day' s Economy," i t is sponsored HERMAN BROXTON ... Symposium Co-Chairman complimentary breakfast and a networking luncheon with keynote speaker Attorney Frederick H.L. McClure, Partner DLA by Q u orum Hotel, TECO Florida S entine l Bulletin, H ill s b o rough County Avi a t i on Authority, CH2MHill, BWBOEE the Brandon Gazette, Pic k ett Public Relations Group, Coll a teral Mark e ting Group and the Power Broker Magazine. To register or for more information, visit www.tamor contact MAAAC Liaison Carla Jackson at (813) ,274-8152 or via email at MAMC@tampagov.net. East Tampa General Meeting Planned A general membership meeting of the East Tampa Business and Civic Association will be held on Thursday, September 24th, at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Cyprus Green Center, 2101 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Ms; Dianne Hart, president of the organization, is encouraging residents and business owners to attend the meeting. Moffitt Cancer Center To Host Brain Tumor Talks r Moffitt Cancer Center and the American Brain Tumor Association will host "Brain 1umor Talks" from 5:30 to 6 :30 p.m. Sept. 29 in the Vincent A. Stabile Research Building, David R : Murphey Conference Room, 12902 Magnolia Drive. The event is free and open to the public. Complimentary Gold Valet parking is provided. Dinner and refreshments will be served at 5 p.m. Those wishing to attend should R.S. V.P. by Sept. 25 by calling 1-888-MOFFIIT. 3602 7th Avenue *Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 tJ Keys Made Latex Flat White 'Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 'TI r 0 :::0 6 ,.. en m z m r:IXJ c r r gJ z c m r u; ::1: m c m < m -1 ; en c ,.. z c 'TI :::0 6

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Q) 8 Sports N N N a: w m w .,_ Bucs Self-Destruct For Second Straight Week Beaslev To Leave Rehab Facilitv a. w U) Last week when the Tampa Although Byron Leftwich passed for nearl y 300 y ard s and did toss 3 tou c hdo w ns his passes continue to sail high o ver the head s of wide open receivers, and recei v ers continue to drop passes Also, the Bucs have not been able to establish an effective run ning game. >"' Bay Buccaneers faced the <( Dallas Cowboys, they were v ery much in the game until w they self-destructed and lost 34-21. This past Sunday In Buffalo, the Bucs repeated their self destructive habit when they lost a 33-20 game to the Bills. c a: &L. c z c( c U) w ::> .,_ > a: w > w c w :I: U) :::i m ::> a. z tu ...J ...J ::>. m I ...J_ w z i= z w U) C a: 0 ...J &L. A frustrated coach Raheem Morris must re tool his team to eliminate repeated mistakes that have cost them their first two games. In two games, the Bucs have allowed 900 yards of offense, including 438 against Buffalo. In Sunday's contest, the Bucs displayed a lack of discipline with facemask calls, false starts, and pass interfer ence calls. On defense, Coach Morris stoOd by and witnessed the same breakdowns and lack of concentration by his starters and how they have surrendered big plays two straight weeks. It will not get any easier for the Bucs as the New York Giants, coming off a victory over the Dallas Cowboys, come to Raymond James Stadium Sunday. Kickoff is at 1p.m. MICHAEL BEASLEY Michael Beasley's extended tenure at a Houston rehab facility has reached its finish line. A source familiar with the terms of Beasley's stay at the substance-abuse center said the second-year Miami Heat forward is on the verge of completing his treatment program this weekend. Park President: Ochocinco's Lambeau leap Hiuhliuhts BenuaiWin No Pavton Statue AI Soldier Field CHAD OCHOCINCO GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN --Watching the clock about to tick down to o:o2, Aaron Rodgers took the snap, faked a spike and looked to the end zone. For a split second, it looked like the Cincinnati Bengals were about to blow their sec ond last-minute lead. But the Bengals (1-1) were bailed out by a false-start penalty and barely salvaged a 31-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday. The Bengals were cruising to win, breaking a 21-all tie when Chad Ochocinco caught a 13-yard TD pass from Palmer in the third quarter and delivered on his promise to perform a "Lambeau leap." Ochocinco ran toward the stands and spotted a small group of fans in Benga1s orange in the front row near the end zone, then leaped into them -just like players from the home team do after they score. WALTER PAYTON Chicago Park District Board President Gery Chico said Friday he doesn't think a memorial statue of late Bears great Walter Payton belongs near Soldier Field. "I'd like to see an appropriate commemoration of Walter Payton's life and achievements in an appropriate location. I don't think that it's in Soldier Field, or even the immediate periphery of Soldier Field," Chico said. "That is for the memory of honoring our veterans, those who have given their lives." / Presented By Iris Rojas "'., ' / Hosted By Ardyss International \ Future President: Iris Rojas Lose 2 to 3 Sizes In Minutes!!! While Losing Weight & Making BIG Money!!! No Gimmicks No Surgery No Diet No Exercise www.ILost3DressSizes.com FREE EXPERIENCES 7 DAYS A WEEK Call Iris To Schedule Your Free Experience At \ 813-967-1649 ,' 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Suite 203 / (Between Waters And ltamilton) / ,, ____ ------------..,-" Mavweather Defeats Marquez Bv Unanimous Decision Floyd Mayweather Oeft) pummeled the lighter Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday. LAS VEGAS --Money came back with a guarantee. Floyd Mayweather Jr. told the world he was still its best boxer despite taking 21 months off, and he backed up every boast with every jab in an impressive victory. Although next time out, hopefully he'll pick on somebody his own size. Mayweather overpow. ered the smaller, lighter Juan Manuel Marquez for an unanimous decision Saturday night, maintaining his perfect record in his comeback from retirement. Mayweather knocked down Marquez in the second round and then peppered him with countless damaging shots to remain unbeaten (40-0, 25 KOs) Still, his impressive effort couldn't be viewed without weighing the obvious disadvantages in height and strength faced by the talented Marquez, a 130-pounder just 18 months ago who moved up two weight classes for this once-in-acareer payday at the MGM Grand Garden. Bradlev suspended For Remainder Of Season, MILTON BRADLEY ST. LOUIS --Milton Bradley,s season is finished. Perhaps his days with the Chicago Cubs The Cubs suspended their volatile outfielder for the rest of the season Sunday, one day after he criticized the team in a newspaper interview. Bradley was disciplined for conduct detrimental to the team. General manager Jim Hendry said he decid. ed to send Bradley home after learning of the player's remarks. Bradley, scratched from Saturday's lineup with a sore left knee, was quoted as saying "you understand why they haven't won in 100 years here." Bradley has two years remaining on a three-year, $30 million contract that he signed as a free agent last offseason. Hendry said he doesn't know if the relation ship can be salvaged. Subscribe Today

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S orts Tampa's Vann Rai-ns on Bison BY TED TAYLOR 1 he fans who s t aye d awa y fro th e Thur s da y night tilt be w e e n the Rattlers of Fl rida A & M University an the Bison of Howard Un 'versity b ecause of the we 1 ther missed a scoring tre t led by All-American kic returner Leroy Vann of 'ampa Blake High School. crowd of 7,668 braved a ste dy downpour lasting all da and through the first qu rter of the game, to see Va n add two more punt ret trns to his school record for touchdowns, on the way to 48-10 drenching of the Bis n. he offense took charge fro n receiving the opening kic off scoring on a tenya d run by running back Ph 'llip Sylvester, who sta ted for the first time aft r missing the first two es due to injury, for a 7-ad early in the quarter. offense had a short field of nly twenty-five yards as Va n returned the kickoff s -eight yards n its next series begin nin at their own four-yard lin quarterback Curtis Pu ley culminated the long dri e with a 46-ya rd strike to wi e receive,r Kevin El ott, to stretch the lead to 14. Unable to move the hal again on its next possessio Vann took a short pu t at the Bison 40-yard lin and ran. unto_ uched for his sixth career touchdown ret rn. er placekicker Trevor Sc tt kicked his career-iong fie d goal of forty-seven yar s to increase the score to 24 10 e .arly in the second qu rter, Howard finally got on he board using a 30-yard blocked punt return by Ca ey Council to cut the lea to 24-7. FAMU .fol-LEROYVANN lowed with another Pulleyto-Elliott hookup. Thereafter, the teams traded' field as Howard's Dennis Wiehberg con nected on a 38-yarder, with thirty-three seconds left in the quarter and Scott padded his career-long distance connecting on a 51yarder. The Rattlers got into field goal range with a short field, setup by the Bison kickoff going out-of-bounds trying to avoid Vann, and the ensuing return by Vann after the penalty re-kick. The halftime score was 34-10. Neither team could do any thing offensively in third quarter until true freshman runningback Eddie Rocker dashed in from ten yards out. A minute later, Vann struck for his seventh career punt return touchdown, this time from sixty-six y ards. The 48-10 score held as neither team scored in the fourth period. On next Saturday, the 3-0 Rattlers travels to Atlanta, Georgia, to battle the Tennessee State Tigers in the Atlanta Classic in the Georgia Dome. None of the current Rattlers have seen an unbeaten slate three games into the season .., Plrice Helps Ravs Continue Masterv Of Halladav PETERSBURG --Roy laday Jllade one bad and that's all it took for another loss to Tampa Bay David Price allowed one over 6 2-3 innings, Carl Crawford hit a two-run homer and the Rays beat Halladay and the Toronto Blue Jays 3-1 on Sunday. The Rays are 4-1 against Halladay this year, and became the first team to beat the Toronto ace four times during the same season. Halladay (15-10) allowed two runs and 10 hits over seven innings. The right-. hander has lost five of his last seven starts. Tampa Bandits. Traveled To Manatee Countv For Weekend Games Th e g a m es this pa st weekend we r e in M a n a tee C ounty w h e r e the Bandit s pla y ed the P a lm e tto Troj a ns and the E ast M a n a tee Bulld ogs. The Flag team tied with the Trojans. On the Tiny Mites level, the B a ndits and the Bulldogs tied. Mitey Mites level the Bandits beat the Bulldogs 7 2. Junior Peewee level, the Bulldogs won 12 6. On the Peewee level, the Bulldogs won 32 o Junior Midgets level, the Bandits won 22 -14. On the Midget level, the Bandits won 32-o. This week the Bandits will be at home faCing the New Tampa Wildcats at the North Tampa Boys and Girls Club The game times are below: Flag-9 a.m. Tiny Mites -10 a. m. Mitey Mites -11 a. m Junior Peewee -1 p.m. Peewee -3 p. m Junior Midget5 p. m. Midget -7 p. m Eagles RB Brian Westbrook Sprained Ankle BRIAN WESTBROOK NEW YORK--After losing Donovan McNabb in Week 1, the Eagles lost_running back Brian Westb-rook when he sprained his right ankle against the Saints. He hopes he ll be able to play next week. Westbrook had his ankle taped in the thi r d quarter He had 52 y ards rushing on 13 attempts. Westbrook sa y s the ankle feels sore. He h ad surgery to remove scar tissue and bone fragments from his right ankle in June. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers BEAUTY UNLIMITED -t c: m en c en m "'C -t m 11: m m ::IJ 1\) 1\) 1\) 0 0 (0 "TT r-0 :!! g (/) m SHAWNA m r;m This time, we will feature Shawna as this ? week's Beauty Unlimited, because she has earned the honor. 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m g Entertainment N N N a: w Ill ::2: w ta.. w Cf) Attv: Estate Deal Possible In Michael Jackson Case c Cf) w ::> t-MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES -Katherine Jackson's attorney says a judge's ruling that she can challenge the administrators of her son's estate could result in a deal that will determine control C of the singer's gargantuan a: assets. u.. C Los Angeles Superior z Court Judge Mitchell < Beckloff determined in a ruling released Friday that C Michael Jackson's mother CJ) w can argue against keeping the men currently adminis> tering her son's estate withffi out being disinherited. > Jackson's mother had W sought a favorable ruling from Beckloff that she l: could contest the authority CJ) :J of attorney John Branca m and rim sic executive John ::> a. z McClain to g uid e th e p o p singer's f ortune Th e m e n w e r e nam e d th e exec ut ors o f the estate, whi c h co uld b e worth mor e than Ssoo millio n in Michael Jackson' s 2002 will. Beckloff's ruling c lears the way for further argum e nts and possibly a hearing on whether the men were best suited to control Jackson's considerable estate. The pair have already brokered deals for a movie, books, museum show and various memorabilia that are expected to generate tens of millions of dollars. Katherine Jackson's attorneys have not objected to most of the deals Branca and McClain have negotiated to date, although they raised concerns about a deal involving concert promoter AEG Live for a memorabilia exhibit. Other deals include a $6o million agreement with Columbia Pictures to create a movie using footage of Jackson's final rehearsals for a series of London comeback concerts. The film will be released in theaters for a limited time beginning in late October, and the agreement allows special additions to be pro duced for DVD sales. tu ...J ...J ::> m ..:.. Berrv: She's Not Pregnant With Second Child w z i= z w CJ) i3 a: 0 ...J u.. HALLE BERRY _c, Halle Berry put pregnan cy rumors to rest on Thursday, telling Jay Leno that the reports of a baby bump were starting to make her think she was putting on weight. "I was getting a complex! Because I was like, I've got to stop with the burgers or something!" the actress told the talk show h .ost during her taping of "The Jay Lena Show." Responding to her low-cut, short black dress, black thigh-high boots and toned physique, Leno told her she looked terrific, to which she replied: "You know, thank you for that, Jay, because that must mean that pregnancy rumors can be put to bed!" Rd'inam;c Purchase -Rdinance \ ,n!;.'t\ ()! J)i::..:l .. : n : l'r,.: .'; lfll" "\t..,:H(::!H <.. 1 .. dt: Loan Appmvah 550 CrNlil Score And t!JI* rn 2+4H Houn Closing In 30 Or Refinance Up To 125"/o Loan To Value (Even Investmt-nt Property) C11$h .For Debt Consolitllll) Mor1g:t!l<' Dlro
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Death Notices DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT STEPHEN 'STEVE' RUSSELL Stephen "Steve" Russell, passed away at LifePath Hospice, Me lech House on September 14, 2009. Memorial services will be held Saturday, September 26, 2009, a t 10 a.m. at 34th Street Church Of God. EVERffi-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Troy Lee Green, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Jesse Robert Jenkins, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Willie Jackson, 3711 E. Wilder Avenue. Mr. Andrew Johnson, Tampa. Mr. Gilford Johnston, Tampa. Mrs. Sadie Lackey, 2113 W. Kathleen Street. Mr. Edward Rodgers, Tampa. Mr. David Walker, Sr., Temple Terrace. .. WilSON FUNEIAliOME Ms. Rosalyn Hall, Tampa. Mr. Richard Hammonds, Miami. Mrs. Delores W. Scott, Tampa. Mr. Perry Sullivan, Hat .. JllOtl Funeral Home Jdhn w Harmon. LF.D: Jallle. s l-{aiJUon. L. F D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8. 6 .00 . FUNERAL HOME "OUr Business Is Service. ... 31110 N. 2!Jift st. T;tmpilll, FL DiOt (80o) 605. -3l50 (813) &6125 www. wilson..funerilhomuom c Judge: King Siblings Must Meet to Discuss Estate ATLANTA-A judge has ordered the surviving children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King to hold a shareholders meeting to discuss their father's estate. Th e Rev. Bernice King and Martin Luther King III s ued their brother, Dexter King, l as t yea r t o force him to open the books of their f a ther's es t a te Th e lawsuit cl aimed Dexter King, the estate's a dministrator, has refused to provide documents concerning the estate's opera tions. Coretta Scott King died in 2006 and Yolanda King, the Kings' eldest child, died in 2007 -leaving the three remaining siblings as the sole shareholders and directors of their father s estate Rev. Bernice King (left) and Martin Luther King III are show n in Atlanta. Dexter King has also s ued his s ister, who administers their mother s estate : He has asked a judge to force his sister to turn over Coretta Scott King's personal papers, including love letters central to a now-defunct $1.4 million book deal. The siblings' relationship has deteriorated in the tense climate created by their leg a l battle Detroit Could Be Completely Broke in oavs MAYOR DAVE BING DETROIT, MI --The clock is ticking on the Motor City. The City of Detroit is on the verge ofgoing broke in 1. days unless Mayor Dave Bing can figure out a way to fix a $300 million deficit. Bing set Oct. 1 as the dead line to get the city's financial crisis under control or the city could fall into receivership. People are being laid off. Bus routes are being discontinued. Schools are closing. City employees including public school teachers say they fear for their jobs. Lewis Defends ACORN Against GOP Anacks Bertha Lewis, chief organizer for ACORN, appeared Sunday morning on Fox News, defending her organization and facing one of her toughest critics, California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa. Lewis' appearance on Fox followed a week of controversy touched off when a video was made public showing ACORN employees offering to assist a fake pimp and prostitute set up a business and get housing aid. "I was outraged by this. Everyone should be outraged. I can understand how Congres!. was also, Lewis said on "Fox Sunday Morning." She has led the organization since 2008. Both houses of Congress last week voted to cut off federal funds to ACORN. And during a Sunday news show, President Barack Obama said there should be an investigation into the hidden-camera video inci dent. Obama told ABC's "This Week" that what he saw on the video "was certainly inappropriBERTHA LEWIS ate and deserves to be gated But the president did not say who should investigate. And he said it is not a major national issue he pays much attention to. ACORN -short for the Association of. Community Organizations for Reform Now started in 1970 in Arkansas to help the poor and today is a national, multimillion-dollar conglomerate ACORN's political action committee endorsed Obama for president, and his campaign paid an ACORN sub sidiary $832,000 to help get out the vote. Police look For Man Whose Wile, 5 Children Found Killed CJ) m "'C m :: m m :II 1\) 1\) Florida authoriti es were searching Sunday for a 33 -yearold man aft e r hi s wife and f ive c hildr en wer e found dead in their Nap l es home Mesac Damas pleaded n o contes t to the misd e m eanor b attery against Guerline Damas in June The bodies of Guerline Damas, 32; Michzach, 9; Marven, 6; Maven, 5; Megan, 3; and Morgan, 11 months, were discovered Saturday, Rambosk said Authorities have been unable to locate Mesac Damas, who possibly left the country Friday morning and may be in Haiti Capt. Chris Roberts of the Collier County sheriff's department said Sunday at a news conference. There had been a handful" of domestic disturbance calls to police since 2000 involving the Damas couple, with the latest resulting in the arrest of Mesac Damas in January, Roberts said. Mesac Damas pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor battery against Guerline; Damas in June, and Roberts said he does not think Mesac Damas served any jail time for the crime. The six bodies were found Saturday at about 6:30 p.m., a day after police had visited the ltome to check on the family, Roberts said. MESACDAMAS When a family member had not heard from a resident at the home, the family member asked authorities on Friday to do a welfare check on the house, Roberts said. Responding police knocked on the door, but got no answer, he said, but officers saw no indications to arouse their suspicions. The following morning, the family member became more concerned and filed a missing persons report, which author ities took, Rambosk said. Later, authorities requested from property management a key to the house and an authorization to enter. "When we did, we found the bodies of the individuals," he said. "I can 'tell you that in no uncertain terms this is the most horrific and violent event this community has ever experienced. This is the worst ofthe worst." 1\) 0 0 <0 ., r 0 :::0 6 )> en m z m t;" m c r r gJ z -a c m r Tavis Smilev Cuts Back Ties Over Racism Claims c;; :r: m c m < m :::0 < -4 c m en c Tavis Smiley has severed all ties to Wells Fargo in the wake of criticism that the bank targeted AfricanAmerican borrowers for sul:i,prime by using trusted black speakers to woo victims to a series of day-long "Wealth Building" seminars in Black neighborhoods. Eight cities across the country l ;wsted such gatherings, which .were promoted heavily in black media and featured such prominent Mrican-Americans as Smiley, host of his own PBS talk show, as well as Kelvin Boston, the host of multicultural financial affairs show "Moneywise." In the seminars, Smiley praised Wells Fargo and encouraged attendees to seriously consider real estate :nvestments. A lawsuit brought against Wells Fargo by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan alleges, the bank's "wealth building" seminars were a part of its overall ille-TAVIS SMILEY gal and discriminatory practice of steering Black and Hispanic borrowers into riskier and more expensive loans, the suit said. Smiley said his relation-)> z c ., :!! c .. ship with Wells Fargo was a "package deal." In return for the company helping to finance his radio show, he went on the road for Wells Fargo. He said he owns his own radio and television show and while it frees him from network control, it also C) requires him to come up with m ... his own financing. 01

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Crime Man suspected Of sening Apanment Fire Described As 'Depressed' Like man y other F loridian s, Gezaheign Awasi 45, was d ep r esse d since h e lost his j o b On Monday morning, h e was b e i ng h e l d o n s u s pi c i o n of a r so n in a n a p a rtm e nt fir e at 6910 Wes t Wat ers, j u s t ea st of Hanley Road i n T ow n N Country. Awa s i a n Ethiopia n immi g r a nt was t a k e n from th e c omplex h a ndcuff e d and on a stretcher after firefight ers f a iled to contain the fire No one was injured. Gezaheign Awasai is removed on a stretcher from the scene of an apartment fire he's suspected of setting. Officials said Tsehai Zike, 39, Awasi's wife, told them they moved to the area 3 years ago and Awasi had worked at a credit company until he was laid off in March. She also said her husband was on medication for depression, but was a good person. She said he enjoyed reading the Bible and singing. According to Hillsborough County Fire Rescue personnel, 16 families were displaced in 8 units. Zike and her 18-year-old daughter, Mahlet Gemechu, had left the apartment early Monday morning for work and school. Officials said Gemechu was walking to her bus stop when she noticed her father \waving from the window. She thought it was strange for him to be up so early. She called her mother to have her check on him, according to in v estigators. When Zike got the call, she was outside the home getting in her car. She returned to the apartment, but said the door was chain locked and her husband would not let her inside. That's when she called 9-1-1. Woman Sentenced To Five Years on Child Neglect Charges .. Tuesday, a judge .sen"' tenced Christina Rowells to five years in prison on child neglect charges. Rowells, 26, and her hus .band, Lavon, both entered pleas to two counts of child neglect after prosecutors proved they left their two children roaming a motel hallway while they were out playing video games. Christina Rowells was not at last Tuesday's hearing aftex: failing to appear at two earlier sentencing hearings CD A warrant was issued for ,.. Rowell's arrest in July, but authorities have not arrested If her. LAVON ROWELlS According to prosecutors, the couple le ftihef r sick 2 and 3-year-old c hildren alone for 4 hours at the Rodeway Inn in May 2008. Court records indicate Lavon Rowells, 24, dropped his wife off at a strip club to work, then got bored at the motel and went back to visit her while the children slept When Christina Rowells got off work she and Lavon went to a fast food restaurant and to a friend's house to play a video game. Last month, Lavon Rowells w as sentenced to two years in prison and five years probation Gemechu ran home and met her mother outside. Both stood crying and terri fied thinking Awasi was still inside the apartment. However, investigators said neighbors reported that Awasi had been running around the building, scream ing and wrestling with a neighbor who w a s warning other residents about the fire. H e also fought with another resident who was trying to move his car. When rescue personnel arrived, Awasi was taken into cus t ody. Teenager Not Guiltv Of Murdering Teacher MICHAEL BALKARAN A Tampa teenager has been acquitted of murder charges. Prosecutors said Michael Balkaran, 18 and Titus Hill, 19 tried to rob St. Petersburg teacher Sean Ellenberger, 39, last year at a Seffner home. During the offense, Ellenberger and Hill traded gunfire, and both were killed Under Florida law. a person can be charged with murder just for being involved in a felony where someone dies. However, a jury did not think the law applied in this case. Balkaran received a not guil ty v erdict on all charge s and was later released. Shooting Suspect Arrested Hi llsborou g h County Sheriffs dep u t i es arr este d a 27 -yearo ld m a n Friday in conn ec tion with a shooting last Wed nesday night Deputies said Caleem LaRon d e was drivin g o n U. S. 92 Friday ni ght whe n d e puties s p o tt e d him. A warr a nt h a d been i ss u e d for his a r res t e d in conn e ction with th e s hootin g o f Christopher Carbo a t the P a li sades A p a rtm e nts on C a mino R ea l Road He w a s hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries Deputies said LaRonde sped away from them a nd slid off the roadway running into the cars of two people. No one was seriously injured in the crash. LaRonde was taken to a local hospital to be medically CALEEM LARONDE cle a red before he w a s transported to jail on charges of possession of cocaine, posses sion of drug paraphernalia, aggravated fleeing to elude, armed robbery, attempted murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and kidnapping He is being held without bond. Medical Examiner Rules Children's Deaths Were Accidents MICHAEL ERVIN, JR. ZIONNA ERVIN The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner' s Office h a s r e l e ased the autopsy reports on t w o children who died last month The report indicates the deaths of 18-month-old Zionna Ervin and old Kaden Warren were accidental. The children were hospitalized August 13th with unnaturally high bod y tem peratures. The medical exam iner' s report indicated the children had hyperthermia, the result of being left in a hot environment. The children' s father, Michael Ervin, Jr., still f a ces two counts of aggravat e d manslaughter in the case. Ervin, 26, is facing cha r ges b ec a use the children were in h i s custody a t the time of their deaths. 221-1800 1461 T ampa Park Plaza @ Nebraslla Ave. & Scott St. h:ong J 'J'I,,cr ; ccc1 s c :,3: c ro: oe sC:" '! 'lCnt s gefore 'u dec1de asK sene 1ou FREE Nr ::'orr:J' c,. :1' t: q.-2 ... r :J" r: > :,.. : :

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ss IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OFTHE STATEOF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE Case No.: DV 09-00576 Dept.: No. 13 Sara Ariel Scanio Plaintiff(s) vs. Kristin Earl Fullenwider Defendant( s) SUMMONS TO THE DEFENDANT: YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND IN WRITING WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW VERY CAREFULLY. A civil complaint or petition has been filed by the plaintiff(s) against you for the relief as set forth in that document (see complaint or petition) When service is by publication, add a brief statement of the object of the action. See Nevada rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 4(b). Jhe object of this action is: Complaint for Divorce No Minor Children. 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, you must do the following within 20 days after service of this summons exclusive of the day of service: a. File with the Clerk of the Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written answer to the complaint or petition, along with the appropriate filing fees, in accordance With the rules of the Court, and; b. Serve a copy of your answer upon the attorney or plaintiff(s) whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, a default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff(s) and this Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. Dated this 1sl day of April. 2009. Issued on behalf of Plaintiff(s) Name: Sara Ariel Scanio Address: 580 Cortono Drive, Reno, NV 89521 Phone Number: ns-721 HOWARD W. CONYERS CLERK OF THE COURT By: N. DELGADO DEPUTY CLERK Second Judicial District Court 75 Court Street Reno, Nevada 89501 For AII'Your Legal Or Classified Advertising Needs ..... Call LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 Ema il ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 To (813) 248-9218 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2009-4897 CIVIL DIVISION U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2004-21 HE, Asset-Back Certificates, Series 2004-21 HE (Plaintiff) vs. ELBIS MARTINEZ and JORGE FELIX GONZALEZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named De. fendants who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other c l aimants; PRIME ACCEPTANCE CORP.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, et al; (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the final judg ment/order in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: to: LOT 19, BLOCK 28, JOHN H. DREW'S SUBDIVISION OF NORTH-WEST TAMPA ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4 PAGE 73 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. Street Address: 3011 West Ivy Street Tampa, Florida 33607 at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 P.M. on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, on October 13. 2009. 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 or 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. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABilriTY 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 TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8nO. Dated this 9th day of September. 2009. 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Rooms For Rent Single Individuals Preferred $125 00/Weekly Call (813) 784-0508 For More Information Ybor City And West Tampa Furnished Room For Rent Clean, On Bus Line $99 00 & Up Sect i on 8 OK (813) 625-2061 Ybor City Area Rooms For Rent 2 Bathrooms, Large K i tchen Patio/Parking Available $75.00-$1 00.00/Weekly Deposit Negotiable Call. 813-770-0375 Room For Rent Central @ 1-275 A/C, Cable Phone Queen Beds, Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 00 Deposit $100 p0 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared K!tchen And Living Room $120 00 $170 00 Deposit V() f ies Call (813) 545-9139 Room For Rent -Hillsborough & Himes A/C, Cable Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 00 Deposit $110.00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Fixed Income Room Special $350.00/Month Includes All Utilit ies Washer And Dryer On Premises Call Annie (813) 247: 18A4 Ideal For Fixed Income Person Cable TV, A/C $ 1 50 00/Weekly Utilities Included $1 00 00/Deposit Efficiency Also Ava i lable $165 00/Weekly Call (813) 495-9757 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furn i shed, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120 00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 Tarpley's AJC (813) 238-7884 Sales & Service New & Used A/C's 100% Financing Available No Payment Or Interest Until 2010 LIC# CAC1815130 $500! Police Impounds! Honda's Chevy's Acura's Toyota's Etc. From $500! For Listings Call 800-366-9813 Ext 3695 $0 Down! Cars From $29.00/Monthly! 36 Months @ 8.5% APR Police Impounds For Listings Call aoo-366-9813 Ext K456 THEFLORIOA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS Like New Like New Cars Trucks And SUV's Low Miles We Specialize In Low Money Down Good Or Bad Credit Call (813) 649-8275 Beds Twin Full Queen King Bunk Beds $60.00 $65.00 $75. 00 $110. 00 & Up $150.00 Call (813) 310-0991 C.C.'s Carpet Cleaning 1 -3 Rooms ONLY -$24. 95 No Hidden-CHARGES! Also Available Mobile Car Washing And Pressure Washing (813) 325-4330 DNA Testing Paternity Test We Come To You! Results In 3 Days Legal Or Personal Testing Payment Plans 24-Hour Service Monday Saturday DLM-DNA Testing Services (il13) 928-2753 Dlmservlces91 @yahoo.com Now Servicing 1-888-651-5777 FOOTSOLDIER FLEA MARKET 6811 EAST Broadway Tampa, FL 33619 (68th And Broadway) NOW OPEN Friday, Saturday & Sunday 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Concert Grand Church Piano 9' "Samick" Black Good Condition $6 000 00 Call (813) 248-6600 Large Warehouse W i th Double Lot And Over 8000 Square Feet 20 Parking Spaces + Seller Motivated Call Now For More Information (813) 2594663 www myfinancialconnections.com Handyman Services (Best Prices) Electrical, Drywall Plumb i ng, Tile Etc Call Today For A Free Estimate (813) 843-8857 Da Brown's & Williams' Enterprises (813) 516-2008 Remodeling, Roofs Drywalls, Painting, Hauling, Cleanups, Landscaping Sodding, Trees Sprinklers Etc. Residential & Commercial Lie #CRC1328755 Bright Taskman Repair (813) 843-2943 Home Repairs : Drywall Windows Doors Pressure Washing Floors (Ceramic/Wood) Carpet Cleaning Fencing (Chain Link/Private) Etc. Lie# 224144 Plumbing Services Installation, Repairs, Tili11g And Painting Upgrade Tubs, Sinks Etc. Custom Plumbing Sewer Repairs Reasonably Priced Call Hank (813) 325-2147 Old Appliance Removal We Remove Refrigerators Stoves, Washers, Dryers A/C Units And More $24 00 Service Fee Call (813) 447-7674 Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 We Buy Junk Cars Or Unwanted Cars Top Dolrar Paid Free Towing Call (813) 410-0061 CASH For Junk Cars And Trucks Running Or Not Call Lorenzo (813) 843-8857 We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ Up to $1,500.00 For Junk Car5, Trucks Vans And Motorcycles Running Or Not We Pick Up Any Junk Metal/Appliances For FREE! 7 Days A Week (813) 695-2438 Trimming Discounts For Churches And Seniors No Job Too Small Or Large Call 813-447-7674 Wayne's Lawn Care Leaf Removal Tree Trimming, Landscaping And Pressure Washing Lawn Mower Available I Call (813) 735-4973 oooo4 c m C/) c }< C/) m m 3: m m :::D 1\) ,!') 1\) C) C) (Q "TI r-0 :!! c )> C/) m z :::! z m t;" m c: r r-z ., c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m oooo4 c: m C/) c )> z c "TI :::D B

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