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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area High chool Janitor ha ad In tabbin SEE PAGE 15 MIDDLETON CLASS CELEBRATES 40TH REUNION Members of the Middleton High School Class of 1969 recently gathered for their Annual Class Reunion. The former class mates selected "United With Love, as We Focus Above" for their reunion theme this year. The group held a "get-acquainted banquet" on Friday night so that everyone had an opportunity to talk in a relaxing atmosphere. The reunion came to an end on Sunday, when the friends worshipped at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church before going back to their respective homes. Some of the couples who attended the reunion were Jesse and Stephanie McKellar, Charlie and Elena Singleton, Alvin and Deborah Hodo, and Sylvester and Rose Harris. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris). Buccaneers Bench Quarterback Leftwich SEE PAGE 12 Couple Celebrates God And Love SEE PAGE 7 ... .:-:. : .. Fonner Fe11ale Pilot Joins Organization SEE PAGE 10 SEJIPAGE 6 . li:c.

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8 Features N a:: w cc National Convention Coming To Tampa: w fa.. w en Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners Wins National Awards Cl ffi ::J I-NOBLE DWAYNE JONES #23 Illustrious Potentate The Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the Shrine (AEAONMS, ), Prince Hall Affiliated u. Shriners held their 0 Imperial Council and the 98th mperial Court Session, 0 Daughters of Isis (PHA) ffi tional Convention in ::> Georgia . 1-Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners : the leadership of w Dwayne Jones, 0 w J: en ::::; al ::J a.. z tu ...J ...J ::J al ...!. w z 1-z w en 0:: g u. .,.,.....,,.,,., Potentate, and Past Potentate Earl Haugabook, Imperial Deputy of the Oasis (Tampa), walked a w a y from the national con v ention with the following Imperial Council Awards: Temple of the Year 2009 -First time this award is presented by the Imperial Council. The com petition was against 235 other Temples. First Place Imperial Council Temple Charity Award -Temples with a Did You Know That ..... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Including Annual Relining & Surgery In P ration For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 mem bership of 0 -99 m ember s ($614,425.00 c h arita b l e and commun ity volunteer hours and in-kin d d o nations) Overall Grand Champions -Imperial Council Temple Charity Th e c riteri a for thi s p restigio us a w a r d i s b ase d on th e largest d olla r a m o unt ou t o f three categmi es, calculate d in c h ari t ab l e/com munit y volunt ee r h o u rs an d in-kin d d o n a tion s rece ived b y eac h T e mpl e th ro u g h o u t th e d o m a i n (v,;orld). Th e Imperial Coun cil of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Orde r Nobles of the M y stic S h rine of North and South America and its Jurisdictions Incorp ora ted has a member s hip o f approximatel y 20 ,000 in some 235 Temples. There are numerous charitable endea v ors and programs that Harram Temple #23 participates in. In addition the y are partners with the Prince Hall Shriners Foundation, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization which is estab lished to provide financial resources to help support several initiatives. Most importantly, the 117th Imperial Council Session (Shriners) and the 99th Imperial Court Session (Daughters of Isis -PHA) National Con v ention will be held in Tampa August 13 -19, 2010 .. Haham Temple No. 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners and Court No. 96 Daughters of Isis (PHA) will serve as hosts for this national convention in the city of Tampa. More details will be coming in the near future with several v endor opportunities. Harran1 Ten1ple No: 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners is the "Flag Ship" Temple in the state of Florida and the home of the Imperial Second Ceremonial Master, the Honorable Past Potentate Eric R. Myers. Visit our Temple Website@ www.harram23.0f&. Commitm ent t o Conumm ity lien ee New Mt. Zion's 'Saving our Children Program' To Present Youth law Enforcement Forum DEACON CLARENCE FORT On Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:00 A.M the Sa v ing Our Children Program will present a spe cial forum on Interacting With Law Enforcement, entitled 'Th e Life You Sav e C o uld Be Your Own. The forum will feature law enforcement personnel from the city county, state a retired judge and a repre sentati v e from the state prison s y stem. The forum vvill focu s on seve r a l i ss u es y o u t h face w h e n int eracting vvith law e n force m e n t t h e co urt s a nd th e priso n sys t em. Som e topics disc u s s e d will includ e : act ions to ta k e w h e n stopp e d b y a law e nfo rce m e n t o ffice r ; (ri din g or walkin g ) ; w h a t t o d o if you are arres t e d ; J uvenil e rig hts a nd res p o nsib i liti es; w hen a nd i f y ou n ee d a n a ttorn ey ; a nd the life o f a n inmat e in th e st a t e pri s on s y stem. The forum will be held at New Mt Zion M B. Church 25i1 East Columbus Dri v e, Tampa FL 33605. If y ou need additional inform a tion or w ould like to register your y outh group, please contact: Deacon Clarence Fort, Program Coordinator @ 813-267-0348 fortla\ v 4@aol.com The forum is open to the public and is a fi:ee commu nity service. Funds Available To Help Residents Buv Their First Home Hillsborough County's Affordable Housing Department will be releas ing $716,000 next week to help eligible residents buy their first home in unincor porated Hillsborough County Temple Terrace and Plant Cit y through its Florida Homebuyer Opportunity Program. The Program provides a loan of up to $8,ooo in down payment assistance to income-eligible first-time homebuyers. These funds can then be paid off by the federal income tax refund a v ailable to homebuyers under the federal First Time Homebuyer Credit program. As is standard proce dure, only eligible lenders, not residents, may submit applications in person on behalf of interested resi dents. In order to reserve a por tion of the funds lenders must apply at the Affordable Housing Department office at 1208 Tech Blv d., Suite 300, in Tampa on Thursda y Oct. 8 beginning at 8 :30 a .m. No email phone or fax submissions will be accept ed All applicants submit-: ted by lenders must not make more than the maxi mum income limit of $75,000 in adjusted gross income for a single taxpayer and the maximum income limit of $150 ,000 in adjust ed gross income for a joint filing taxpayer in accor dance with the rules of these federal First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit funds Additional program details and requirements will be covered at the Lender Workshop and are listed on the Affordable Housing Florida Homebuyers Opportunity Program web site at: http: //www.hills/afforabl ehousingoffjce by clicking on "Florida Homebuyer Opportunity Program." For more information, contact Judy Jones, Housing Programs, in the Affordable Housing Department at (813) 274-6680 or via email a t j o n es j @ h i l s borou g h co un = .txmg.

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Features Moderators Chosen For 4th Annual Technologv Bowl BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On October 24th, from 9 a .m until 3 p.m., the 2009 Technology Bowl 2009 will take place. The event will be held at Hillsborough Commu nity College, Brandon Cam pus "This year, 48 teenagers will be competing in the 4th An nual Technology Bowl. All of the questions the teenagers will respond to will be com puter and technology related. We have teenagers competing this year from both Hillsbo rough and Pinellas Counties," Ralph Smith said. The day will begin with the family feud-styled competition with judges and modera tors. The winners from each round will move up by the process of elimination. At the end of the competi tion, the winning team will be chosen and each member will receive a state of the art lap top computer. However, all of the participants will go home with a prize. "This year, over $10,000 in technology-oriented prizes will be awarded and Jimmy Hart will sign autographs at the conclusion of the event," he said. Smith further stated that three celebrity moderators will participate in the final round Two of those are Mrs. Betty Reed, State Representative and Jimmy Ray Hart, of the World Wrestling entertainment industry. Smith further stated that Computer Mentors is in need of approximately 40 volun teers to participate in the competition. Volunteers will serve as moderators, judges timekeepers, room coordina tors, team coaches, lunch dis tribution team members, silent auction table attendees, registration attendants, and as the setup and breakdown crew. Two volunteers will serve as subject matter expert judges during the final rounds. want everyone to come out and take part in this event. We want everyone to STATE REPRESENTATIVE BETIYREED ... Will serve as celebrity moderator for the event come out and see what the kids are doing We will hold a raffle of computer equipment and have a sllent auction," he said. Anyone interested in volun teering for the event is en couraged to sign up with RALPH SMITH ... Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group Computer Mentors Group by October 12th. Anyone wishing to obtain additional informa tion can contact Smith or Ms. Sandy Borr at (813) 236-1191, or visit the website at http:/ fwww.computer mentors.org. Nurse Chosen As Recipient Of Prestigious Grant BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, an Assistant Pro fessor in the College of Nurs ing at the University of South Florida was awarded a presti gious grant. She is one of 15 nurse educators nationally to receive the award. Mrs. Versie JohnsonMallard, Ph.D., ARNP., won a competitive grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foun dation (RWJF) to study strategies to prevent the spread of viral sexually trans mitted infections (STis) among college students and young adults. The $350,000 "Nurse Faculty Scholar" grant is a three-year award. A of Polk County, Johnson-Mallard said, "It is not only a research grant, but it is a leadership and edu cation grant. It is unique in that it allows for educating fu ture nurses, as well as focus ing on diversity research." Since early childhood, Johnson-Mallard has been passionate about nursing. She stated that being a physician was never a personal goal Johnson-Mallard said the Human Papillomavirus, Her pes Simplex Virus (HSV), Hepatitis B (HepB), and MRS. VERSm JOHNSONMALLARD, Ph.D., ARNP Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV) are viruses that remain in the body and there's no cure. She will create a Power Point presentation to serve as an education tool concerning these illnesses. Her ultimate goal is to use her findings to develop a standard electronic prevention and ed ucation protocol for use on college campuses. Her goal is to test an innovative web based sexual health education intervention and slow the spread of viral, sexually trans mitted infections on college campuses. She credits Dr. Patricia Burns, Dean of College of Nursing, for supporting her in this venture. She also credits her husband for being ex tremely supportive of her en deavors. Johnson-Mallard earned her B. S. degree in Nursing from Florida A & M Univer sity. She continued her educa tion at the University of Florida, where she earned her Master's Degree in Women's Health and as a Nurse Practi tioner. She completed her educa tion at the University of South Florida, where she earned her Ph.D., in Nursing Science. She is married to Leonard Mallard and is the mother of a 13-year-old son. She enjoys reading and outdoor activi ties. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's "Nurse Faculty Scholar" award aims to strengthen the academic pro ductivity and overall excel lence of nursing schools by developing the next genera tion of national leaders in aca demic nursing Award recipients must be registered nurses who have completed a research doctor ate in nursing or a related discipline. The applicant must also have held a tenure-eligi ble faculty position at an accredited nursing school for at least two and no more than five years. c m C/) c C/) m "0 m :\!: aJ m ::D N !D "'I r-0 ::D 6 )llo C/) m z m r:aJ c r rz ., c aJ r-u; :I: m 0 m < m -1 c m f/) 0 0 "'I ::D i5

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Aorida 33605 (813) 248 1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. New Vorl<.. C 1990 94 CP Timelntemational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W.W.Andrewa 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrewa 1901-1977 (1945) Foundera C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscrijllions $44 ()()-6 Months Both Editions : $87.QO-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expreaed on edllorlal pages ollhls newspaper by Columrists or Guest Writers, do noc -ay relecllhe edllorlal stance of The Flottda SenUnel BulleUn or the PubliSher. A Message To Our President On Education ingful change to a beleaguered American society, R emaining ever faithful to his promise to bring mean-C President Barack Obama has hinted he will soon f focus his efforts refining aspects of our nation's C public school system. Once again, we applaud our President's z efforts, and in so-doing, we seek to remind him of a book C published 27years ago by a celebrated Florida educator. His name was Dr. Na'im Akbar. His book was entitled From Mise education to Education. Following is some of what Dr. Akbar 0 said. W "We are in a world where we have all been severely trained, but not very well educated," wrote Dr. Akbar. "We boast of i'i: our degrees, but our degrees do not equip us to deal more efW fectively with. our environment. Our degrees equip us to act > more in accord with the way we've been taught to act. We W have MA's, MS's, MBA's, all kinds of educated people, but 0 they are still incapable of stimulating business in our communities. We have teachers who are trained with all the lat!Q est technology and techniques of reading and writing m ction and yet, they tell us now that they can't teach little :) Johnny how to read." D. Suggests Dr. Akbar, if America would save its education sysz tem and retain its leadership in the academic world, we must ffi understand the difference between education and indoctri_, nation -' What President Obama may well discover is the problem with American schools bas nothing to do with additional .!t school time, but has everything to do with misguided school W philosophy, or as Dr. Akbar might aptly have called it," Amer-___ Mis __ ___ u_ca __ ti_o_n_." ______________________________ __ ; I SUppon The Youth Promise Act I iE g II. Watching recent video footage of Derrion Albert, a Chicago honor roll high school student being beaten to death during a gang-related incident, prompted us to urge you to call your congressional representatives and urge them to support the Youth Promise Act. Whenever we report, or read about the shooting, stabbing or other act of gang violence against our children, supporting the Youth Promise Act makes all the sense in the world. For the past two years, Congressman Bobby Scott (Virginia) bas labored on the Act, which now appears ready to bear fruit. Congressman Scott reintroduced the Prison Reduction through opportunity Mentoring, Intervention, Support and Education Act (Youth_ Promise Act), this past February. Designed to reduce gang violence and crime, House Bill 1o64 was supported by companion legislation introcluced in the United StatM Senate (Senate Bill435) by Senaton Robert Cuey (Pennsylvania) and Olympia Snowe (Ma)ne).'Ibe lePsJadon lS based on policy recommendations ftom ..,.._.,orcement offtdals, researeb.ers, criminal justice policy maken and youth workers. Communities having the highest incidence of gang violence and youth crime wm fumlbl:g to help communi.. utPize 1'eS01II'Ce8 &om the criminal justice system, youtbHI'vina orpnizations; faith-based organizations, schools, health and mental health providen and social service organbatlou to develop comprehensive community plans for evi- deDee and reaearchbased strategies to reduce gang violence W aad crime. We urse you to caD 813-871-2817 (Castor); 813-us-7040 (Nel.on) or 813-977-6450 (LeMieux) and request a; IIIey 8UppOI't the leslaladon. T he more I listen to the various talk show hosts, the more I think that one of them should have been elected president. These people have all the answers. They know how to solve all the problems facing America and the world. They also know exactly what President Barack Obama should do. I refuse to call these folks news reporters because they don't report the news, they make the news. They spend more time injecting their opin ions and almost no time re porting the facts. I don't understand why these talking heads or mouths almighty didn't run for president. Just imagine if Pat Buchanan, Joe Scarborough, Glenn Beck, Shawn Hannarily, Bill O'Riley, Chris Mathews, Mike Barnacle, or some of the others had run for president and won. America would be a Garden of Eden. The economy would be booming, healthcare would not be an issue, there would be no wars going on, peace would exist in the Middle East, Jews and Arabs would love one an other, China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea would be scared to death of the United States and conservative Republicans would rule the world. In the eyes of these wise po litical rejects, political wanna bes, political can't bes and po litical never will bes, President Obama hasn't done anything right or said anything right since he has been elected. No matter what Mr. Obama says or does, it is the wrong thing to do in the eyes of these speakers of the gospel. All of these veteran political leaders have a very distinct ad vantage over Barack Obama. All of these folks Andgua And Barbuda: A Reminder That Color Is Not Culture P erbaps, many of you and I caught the Tom Joyner radio show, on the day commenta tor, Jeff Johnson shared with millions of listeners a story about six Black Brooklyn New Yorkers on a Carnival Cruise ship stopover who were being detained inAntigua. Even Oprah Winfrey was caught off guard to know that these six Americans bad been quietly since Septem ber 4th because of a fight with plains-clothes police officers in St. Johns, Antigua over an "overpriced" cab fare that in creased from an agreed upon price of $50 to $100 by the end of the ride. The chef/model, law school student, nurses, social worker and airline crew chief were re leased on $s,ooo bail, but were detained in the country for trial, which began last week. These events, of course, sparked my interest to learn more about Antigua since all parties were Black and caused me to post a reminder that color is not culture! Several ethnic groups inhab ited Antigua dating back to 2900 B. C. However, more is known about the Arawaks, a group that arrived on the is lands by canoe from Venezuela around 1200 A D. and Island Caribs who arrived around 1500A. D. With the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1493, a hard fought attempt to colo nize the island by Europeans did not succeed until 1632 by England. Settlers established vegetable and sugar planta-:tions, which formed the eco nomic foundation of the islands. Of course, slavery had fol lowed the sugar industry by 1675 under what bas been de scribed as "brutal conditions." Severely overcrowded condi tions existed among the slaves by1736.AsinotherCaribbean islands, as the slave population grew and outnumbered whites, slave uprisings were planned, but often defeated. Even though Antiguan slaves were fully freed in 1834 along with slaves who were appren ticed" on other British colohave the ability to see into the future, read people's minds, and don 't have to worry about being wrong or second guessed I singled out some men talk show hosts and by no means did I name them all as persons who should have been presi dent. By no means do I intend to be sexist. There are a number of women who show up on television about every day telling all who will listen what the president needs to be doing in order to raise America back to its Utopian state. These highly educated peo ple fan the flames of bate, vio lence, divisiveness and confusion all across America. These disruptive acts only serve to slow down this na tion's return to prosperity. It is silly and even funny to bear these talking heads ask each other what does this pres ident have to do in order to .... ? Like they would really know. The year 2012 is not too far away. Maybe one of these bril liant ones will leave the secu rity of their studios and offer their wisdom, know-how and experience to the country and its citizens by seeking the Of fice of President of this coun try. America deserves the benefit of all of this infinite wisdom. nized islands, the slaves be came dependent upon planta tion owners because all available farming land had al ready been homesteaded. Quite naturally, former slaves lived under poor labor condi tions and servitude, which per sisted for nearly 100 years. Such conditions led to the for mation of a trade union move ment in 1939 and the formation of the Antigua Trades and Labor Union, which began a long history of retaining majority political party victory and paved the way for Antigua's independ ence. Labor leader, Vere Bird and his son, Lester Bird led "the longest-serving elected gov ernment in the Caribbean" from 1951 to 1971 and from 1976 to 2004. In 1967, Antigua became an associated state of the Com monwealth and gained full in dependence from Britain in -1981. Today ; Antigua remains part of the : Commonwealth of Nations and a constitutional monarchy. Presently, Queen Elizabeth, n is the Queen of Antigua and Barbuda, and Baldwin Spencer is the Prime Minister. As a premier tourist destina tion and boasting beautiful blue-green waters and pristine coral reefs, Antigua's popula tion is 91 percent Black, 5 per cent mixed, 2 percent white and 2 percent other. Antigua's Carnival festivities celebrate the earliest full abolition of slavecy in the British Caribbean. Now, you and I both know more about An tigua. Harambee!

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Pictures From The Past On October 31, 1964 at Pbilllp's Field, Robert "Bullet" Hayes receives a plaque from the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, being presented to him by Arthenia Joyner. Ms. Mary Gibson styles and profiles. 1he lovely Carolyn HID by the eea. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thompson were photographed while attending a Kappa Pirate's Ball. c: m (/) c (/) m m 3: m m :::D N N 8 CD .,.. 6 ::u en m z m t;" m c: r r-z 'V c: m r-c;; ::t: m c m In this photo from the past are Alton White, Eddie Felder, Mayor and Mrs. Bill Poe, and Mrs. C: Johnnie King. m c ,.. z c .,.. ::u B I El\)oying a day at the beach are Horace Brown, Beatrice Gnhmn, Inez Slyne, and Dorotbvl m Jones. Cll

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8 Local N a; N a: w m w t: w 0 Police Standoft Ends With 1 Dead, 31n Jail 0 w ISHMAEL DAMEN .Arrested BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Demarcus Pittman was entenced to twenty-four months in Florida State Prison in February 2009. He was released from. prison on July 16, 2009. The twentyyear-old found himself in trouble again when he was arrested by Tampa Police on September 22nd, and charged with trespassing in an occupied structure and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Although Pittman was a suspect in a bank robbery and a warrant had been issued for his arrest on September 16th, he bonded out of jail on September 23M after posting an $8,ooo bond. The following day, police said the young man ended a standoff by allegedly taking his own life in the home of a friend The incident began on Thursday afternoon when three masked gunmen entered the Grow FinanCial Bank, 315 S. Boulevard, and robbed it at gunpoint. Police received a tip to police that the suspects could be found at a home in West Tampa. Accompanied by the Tactical Response Team (TRT), police saturated the area and four schools were locked down, as they surrounded the houSe at 1737 W. Chestnut. However, after coming into contact with a resident at the house and searching it, police determined that the suspects were ., not there. The men had left w before police arrived. According to Ms. Andrea it Davis, spokesperson for the WALTER WIMBUSH . .Arrested MOHAMMAD DAA . .Arrested This photograph shows the residence where three men were arrested and one allegedly killed himself during a standoff with police last Thursday. (Photo bY Julia Jackson). Tampa Police Department, a tipster called again. The second tip told police the suspects were passengers in a gold Chevrolet Yukon. Police employed the assistance of the U. S. Marshals Regional Task Force, undercover officers, and Air Service after observing the vehicle. They followed the vehicle to East Tampa, where police surrounded it near 4216 E. Paris Street. At that point, police said three of the suspects, later identified as Walter Wimbush, i9, Mohammad Daa, 22, and Demarcus Pittman, 20, ran into the residence of Christopher D. Harris, 25, 4216 E. Paris Street. Harris, who is an acquain tance of the suspects, was at home at the time. Police said the suspects refused to allow Harris to leave. Ms. Davis said that Harris is consid-. er"d a victim in the incident and they believe he opened the door because he and the men were friends. He has not been charged. As the st1r./loff began to unfold, Wimbus h was taken into custody as he allegedly ran out of the back door and down the street. Daa was arrested as he attempted to escape through the front door, police said. Ms. Davis said as TRT approatlred the house, shots were fired from inside the home and at least one officer returned fire. At that point, TRT dispensed tear gas into the home and minutes later entered. Pittman's body was discovered inside the house. He died from a gunshot wound to the head. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office later determined that the wound was self-inflicted. The fourth suspect, identi fied as 35-year-old Ishmael Damen was taken into custodyafter the standoff. "We learned that Damen picked them up from the house in West Tampa and took them to an apartment complex just north ofYbor City. "We had information that Damen saw undercover officers in the area and took them to the house on Paris." Damen and Pittman were cousins, Ms. Davis said. Walter Wimbush was charged with accessory after the fact, armed burglary, resisting arrest without vio lence, false improvement, and aggravated assault with a firearm. Ms. Davis said police also received information that Wimbush was in possession of a firearm at one point during the standoff. Mohammad Daa was charged with accessory after the fact and robbery with a firearm. And police charged Ishmael Damen with armed robbery accessory after the fact. Ms. Davis further stated that the investigation is expected to take several weeks to sort out. "We believe that Pittman was the leader, but we don't know who participated in which robberies." Pittman's family declined to make a comment when contacted by the Sentinel. Funeral services were incomplete as of press time. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Woman Who lost Home In Fire Wishes She could Get It Back This photo shows the damage that was done to the house at 6407 47th Street. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Stefeny Rodriguez and her family are still trying to put their lives back together after a fire ravaged their home two weeks ago. Ms. Rodriguez said she's more than grateful for the help she's received from the American Red Cross, the Sons and Daughters of Harriet Tubman Organization, and from the community. "I don't want any of the people who've reached out to us to think we aren't grateful. But if there's one thing I want more than anything else, it's to somehow get my house back." "We had called that house our home for more than 5 years, and had grown comfortable in the surrounding community. We were conveniently located to a lot of stores and other businesses, and our neighbors always looked out for each other." Ms. Rodriguez's home was virtually destroyed in the fire, along with the majority of their personal belongings. "If I could get my house back, I'd return every dime we've received," said Ms. Rodriguez. "It still hasn't sunk in that the house was burned. I sometimes find myself sitting in my car in the driveway just staring at what's left of the house. I still drive past it everyday, because in my heart, I still consider it to be home." An investigator from Hillsborough County Fire Rescue determined that fire was the result of a candle that had fallen out of its Ms. Rodriguez said she prays that the Bank of America, who holds the mortgage on the prop_erty, will find a way to restore the house aild that they will be able to call it home again. "I know it will take a lot of money to restore the house, and a lot of time. Whatever it takes, we would love to move back in and continue our lives at that house."

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Local -4 c: m en Well-Known Couple Celebrate God And love Citv Seells Public Input on laster Plan For Julian B. lane Riverfront Park ; BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Forty years ago this month, two college students decided to get married. They were both enrolled in college and instead of telling their respective mothers, they decided to forgo the traditional wedding and elope. Since their elopement, many things have transpired in the lives of Senior Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr., and his wife, Dr. Chloe Evans Coney. On Saturday, September 26th, the couple celebrated 40 years of marriage. Instead of celebrating their wedding anniversary privately, the couple has decided to invite the public to help them celebrate the.. 9th Anniversary of their church, Spirit of Truth Ministries, as well. They plan to use proceeds from the dual celebration as a fundraiser to find a perma nent church home. The celebration will take place on Saturday, October 3rd, 6 p.m., at the University Area Community Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street. Dr. Craig Soaries, of The Victory House, will be the keynote The Victory House has served more than 100,000 men of all ethnicities and has been successful in confronting and overcoming life-con. trolling issues plaguing men. The couple's marriage was non-traditional and their lives have been anything but traditional from the begin ning. They met at a birthday party given by .the late Mrs. Patricia Pierce Coleman. Chloe Evarts was 13 and Ernest was l'l. "When we started dating, we continued to pursue our goals. After graduating, I enrolled at Florida A & M University and Ernest had just finished Fort Valley State University. He was in PAsToR AND DR. ERNEST (CHWE) CONEY Celebrating 40 Years ofManiage the Master's Program at the University of Tennessee. I went to Knoxville and that's where we were married." "Afterwards, I returned to FAMU and pledged Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and he returned to school." Their mothers, Mrs. Mary Mitchell and the late Mrs. Birdie Coney, were surprised that Thanksgiving when the couple came home and announced that they were married. Natives of Tampa; the couple returned home and began a life together. Mrs. Coney became the second female and the first African American female hired as a Probation and Parole Officer for Hillsborough County in 1972. She recalls that her future employer contacted her husband and got his permission to hire her. Coney went on to become employed with Honeywell, Inc., where he remained for 18 years. Mrs. Coney became employed with Florida Power. But, while they both had lucrative jobs in the corporate world, something was missing from their lives. "We've done everything together. We left our corpo rate jobs to give back to the community. Coney became the first Black Branch Manager of the Central City .. .-..... iflle Voice of Our Co.in'f!!Unity Spealdngforltself' . ll iiNJiift . .. .248-1921 DR. CRAIG E. SOARIES ...Keynote Speaker YMCA and Mrs. Coney went to work at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center. The City of Tampa is hold ing a public workshop from 6 p.m. -7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 6, .2009 to gather input on improvements to Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. The workshop will be held at the Steinbrenner Family West Tampa Boys and Girls Club, located at 1301 North Boulevard. Anyone interested in this topic is urged to attend the meeting and provide input, share information, and ask questions. Representatives from the Tampa Parks and Recreation Department and URS Corporation, design and engineering consultants to the City of Tampa, will be in attendance to address concerns and help answer questions. In accordance with the American Disabilities Act and Section 286.26 Florida Statutes, perso ns with disne'eding special accommodations to partici pate in this meeting should contact the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, 813-274-5132, at least 48 hours prior to the date of the meeting. ::u i For more information, please contact Karla Price, Project Manager, City of Tampa Parks and :Recreation 'TI Department, (813) 274-5134. 0 ::u Their lives have continued to mirror each other. Coney supported his wife when she decided to create the Corporation to Develop Cities of Tampa, Inc., more than 17 years ago. And, when he opened the doors of Spirit of Truth Ministries, she was only too happy to become the First Lady. PubUclnputsouuht on Park For Channel District en m z m r.m c: r-Coney said, "We want to do community outreach because we were raised to believe in church, family, school, and community. We've been blessed and have outgrown our space, so we need to find a permanent home." In addition to their accom plishments in their profes sional lives, the couple has 3 children, Dorie, Ernest, Jr., and wife, Anika, and Codrin. They also have 3 grandchildren, Kiera, Shelbyanna and Antonio. The City of Tampa is holding a public workshop at 5:30p.m. on Wednesday, October 14 to gather input on the design for the proposed park in the Channel District. The workshop will be held in the Board Room of the Tampa Port Authority offices, located at u(n Channelside Drive. Anyone interested in this topic is encouraged to attend the meeting and provide input, share information, and ask questions. Representatives from the City of Tampa Parks & Recreation and Economic & Urban Development departments along with WilsonMiller, design and MOUNT CALVARY HOLY CHURCH OF AMERII. CA FLORIDA JURISDICTIONAL CONVOCATION engineering consultants to the City, will be in attendance to address concerns and answer questions. In accordance with the American Disabilities Act and Section 286.26 Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special to partici pate in this meeting should contact the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, 813-274-5132, at least 48 hours prior to the date of the meeting. For more information, please Brad Suder, Superintendent, City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, (813) 274-5132. 1lE MOUNTCNJ/Nrf HOLY CHURCHES 0# AMERICA INTERNA'I10NALNI OOYBINl!D BY AU'AED A. OWI!NS. lA. NfO I'IIITW2 HANSB. HENRY. FOR MORE INfOAMAT10N PLEASE VISIT MCHCA.OAGITHE fi.()AIDf. .AJRISDICI10H IS 001/ERNED BY FMTOR MICHAEL 8loaiNG. O'o'BI8ESl r-!!l z ., c: m !: en % m c m -4 c: m en c )> z c 'TI ::u B

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Local a) N a: w co w li: w en Juanita Bvnum Visits Bav Area Dr. Juanita Bynum was in the Bay Area recently '"ith Plant Citys Pastor Calvin Callins a nd 5l Dr. Tandria Callins of Great er New Hope Anointed Ministries. She was in the area for a 2-day w re\ival, "A Call To Worship. Those who attended the standing-room-only services at the .John Trinkle Center left each evening wanting to hear more from her. She even tried to give them more on her final scheduled evening, but the venue had previously been booked Not to be djs mayed Evangelist Bynum said she would be back in the area in November for the release of her book, No More "Sheets, H, at an all-white event. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 11-4 a:: LL. Q c( Sister M. Morris enjoyed spiritual service. Q Ul w ::;, 1-w > w The key to the city of Plant City was presented to Juanita Bynum (2nd from aight) by Conmussioner Mary Thomas Mathis, right, on behalf of the Plant City mayor. From left are Dr. Timdria Callins and Pastor Calvin Callins, who hosted Dr. Bynum's visit. Evang. Bynum enjoys the soothing music of her guiarist. Iris Prince attended the service. Mother Minnie Wallace. takin:g in the service. Celebrating 65 Years Of Community Journalism & Excellence. Published Every Tuesday And Friday 2207 E 21st Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-1921 Fax: (813) 248-4507 www.flsentine1.com Special 9/9/09 Service: 'lfs Time For An Encounter With God' Cathedral of Faith Church, Bisbop James H. Howell, Senior Pastor, held a special service on September 9, 2009 (9/9/09). The service was entitled, "It's Time For An Encounter With God." (Photos by Julia Jackson) Elder Tonuny Kennon and Deacon Kenneth Rutledge at the service. Twins Margaret Knight and Marie Copeland attended the sea-vice. The youth of the church make their statement that 'it's cool to be in church:' Jireh Howell1 Bakaree linsey and Greg Samuels. Ronnie Price attended the service. Sheila Stephens attended the service.

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c! m c FellowshiP Through Unitv Pew Rallv ; "Fellowship Through Unity" (Philippians 2 : 1-5) was the theme of the Annual Pew Rally hosted by New Testament M. B. Church of Thonotosassa. Rev. John D. Anderson, Jr. is the Senior Pastor/Teacher. llJ Program participants were : Praise Team, Pastor Anderson, Beverly Tribble, Kierra Reed, S. Andra Belisle, Coleman Bell, Dr. Ernestine Glenn, Ingrid Bell, Marcus Bell, Gary Watson, Elder Bruce Strange, guest speaker; and Theodis Goggins. (Photos by James McAllister) The New Testament Youth Choir served during the Pew Rally. Some persons seen in the audience on the front row were: Ron Derr, Pastor Carolyn Riggins, Brenda McAllister, Kathy McCauley, Hazel Derr, Lexus Derr, Brittany McAllister ana Amara Morris. Dr. Ernestine Glenn and Marvin BeD lifted the offering. The Reed Children have a dance ministry and performed during the service. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Curry attended the Pew Rally at New Testament M. B. Church. Spoken Word artist, UFE was at the worship. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Bell were among the program participants.

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en g Local cn N a: w Ill :!E. w .... a. w en >=' a: w > w c w ::!: en ::::l m ::J a. z t= w ..J ..J ::J m ...J Death II Incest suspect Hasn't Stopped Her Mission ANGELA MOORE BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff)Vriter sion said Ms. Moore. Ms. Moore's mission i s to create awareness a nd convince women who are rape or incest victims that they don't have to keep quiet "Victims of these k ind of crimes are embarrassed to tel1 anyone. They want to protect themselves from the public in stead of exposing these men so they can be dealt with by the law." w z When Angela Moore got Ms. Moore wants to establish a program where victims can come and talk to someone about what's to t= that John "Pap a Love" ffi .. had killed himself, she en cheated. Not for herself but
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Local FellowshiP Free Health Fair Is A Part: -4 c: m C/) c African Ambassadors To Host Annual Santest C/) m "'D -4 m Africa n Ambassado r s, a 501 (C)3 o r gani z a tion pre p a r es t o h o s t it s 6th Annu al S a nk o fa F estival a nd Fundrai s i ng G a l a. S a nkof a' s m ea ning i s t o g o b ac k a nd r e t rieve Th e h ealt h fair k i cks off o n Fr i d ay, Octob e r 2 20 0 9 a t D o Car e W a lk In Clinic 303 1 W Cypress Stre e t The fundr a isin g gal a will be held on S aturday, October 3, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa. The Sankofa Festival's name has been abbreviated to San fest." Working as a gas station at tendant and stricken with pneu monia Chuma Osuji was treated in an emergency room because he did not have insur ance; he was later discharged with Tylenol and some prescriptions that he could not af ford. Twenty three years later, the gas station a,ttendant is now in family practice at his clinic. Six years ago h e foun ded A fri ca n A m bassa do r s as a way t o provid e free pre v e ntive health ca r e and s upport s e rvi ces for the un d erprivile ged and uninsure d throug h h ea lth fairs a nd com mun ity e du ca tion al prog ra ms. H e h a s the s upport of Dr. David Ikudayisi a nd oth e r m e d ica l phy s icia ns nurses a nd v olunteers. The last Friday of each month from 1 P. M. -4 P M., DoCare Clinic opens its doors to indi viduals in need of medical care and can receive care at NO COST This year, Sanfest '09 launches the health fair at Do Care Clinic on Friday, October 2 2009 from 10 A.M.-4 P .M. offering free prostate and colon cancer screening, blood pressure checks, whole blood sugar test, lifestyle counselit)g, school/sports physicals and HIV testing Later that evening is the International Taste Feast, DR. BRIAN RIVERS .. .Gala Speaker 6 P.M. -10 P.M. On Saturday, October 3 2009, at 7 P. M., the Hyatt Regency will be host to the annual fundraising gala The keynote speaker is Dr. Brian Rivers of H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center, Assistant Professor at USF and UF and former Executive Di rector of.the Florida Prostate Cancer Network. The Masters of Ceremony will be the Smiths of SKD Entertainment Dr. Choma with one of his patients. gospel recording artist and American Idol contender, Derek Smith and his wife, and entrepreneur, Mrs. Sartura Shuman Smith. Sanfest "o9's theme is "I Am My Brother s Keeper," and will render a special salute to living cancer survivors Honorees will include the Honorable Les and Gwen Miller,. Retired Major General Richard Griffits, Mr. Robert "Bob" Samuels, Mrs. Felecia Win-tons Taylor, Mrs. Mary m Jean Coates a nd oth e rs. :::D Derek Smith will p e rform a s ong that he wrote and c om-1\:1 posed The song will b e dedi -8 ca t e d to the ca n ce r honor ee s CD and oth e r c a ncer s urvivors Chairperson of the ev ent i s Mrs. Sherry J. Cusseaux. Entertainment will be pro vided byWfMP radio personal ity Mr. C. as the dance host. Last year, Sanfest was attended by over 250 guests and the fundraising efforts allowed African Ambassadors to treat more than 2,000 patients at DoCaie Clinic and traveled with a team to West Africa adminis tering free preventive care and support services including pre ventive screening services, male and female cancer screening "T1 and evaluations. The monthly rfree health fairs treated 781 pa-tients B ,., 4th Annual Gih-For Lite Block Walk Planned C/) m z ::! z m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The month of October is Na tional Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Various organizations throughout the country bring attention to the subject through walks and other methods to raise money for research. In an effort to bring attention to the disease, prevention, and early detection, the Sisters Net work of Tampa Bay is planning its 4th Annual Gift For Life Walk. The event will take place on Saturday, October 17th, at the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, corner ofN. 34th Street and E. Lake Avenue, a.m. until2p.m. Sisters Network, Inc., of Tampa Bay, is sponsoring the event in collaboration with other organizations and com munity groups. The purpose of the event is to promote breast cancer health awareness in the African American community. The campaign known as "Stop The Silence, is a unique and in novative program that unites breast cancer survivors and vol unteers. The group canvases the African American communities going door-to-door to distribute breast health education infor mation, a resource list, and pink ribbons Every individual who is reached will be invited back to the NFL YET Center for addi tional information and refresh ments. Organized in 1994, the Sisters Network, Inc., is an initiative that has chapters throughout the nation. Ms. Wanda Miguenes is president of the Tampa Bay Chapter and Ms. Sonia Franklin is Vice Presi dent. Ms. Franklin said, "Research strongly suggests that breast cancer in African American women is biologically more ag gressive than in white women. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among African American women and the second leading cause of cancer deaths." While prevention and early de tection gives wonien hope' of surviving the disease, the inci dence of breast cancer among women under the age of forty five is higher for African American women compared to white women The of breast cancer deaths among African American women compared to white women and the number of breast cancer deaths among African American women is ris ing. However, the number of white women dying from breast cancer is falling. Approximately 250 health pro fessionals, survivors, family members, and community members are expected to attend the event. For additional infor mation or to pre-register to participate, contact Ms. Franklin at (813) 491-3745. Anniversary Celebration Come Celebrate 40 years ofMarriage with Pastor Ernest and Dr. Chloe Coney & 9 Years of Service at Spirit of Truth Ministries University Area Community Center 14013 N. 22nd St. Tampa, FL Saturday October 3 2009 at P.M. Tickets: $40 ($1 ,00 for each year QfMamag) Seuior Pastor Eratst Cooev & Cbl0t Co_;ey Speakef F: .:.:.: .: : : : ::: : : : : : : : : : : : :-.:-.:-.:::-. : : : : : : : : : Dr. Craig E. Soaries j SPIRIT OF TRUTH 2009 BUILDING FUND i CEO of Global F.mJmnnen! Center in GetMgia Yes, I'd like to be a part of the 40 year Marriage and 9 year Cburcb Anniversary Celebration at the following level: _Platinum Level _Gold Level _Silver Level _Bronze level $1,000 $750.00 $500.00 $100.00 Spirit of Truth Ministries For Information Call (813} 610-9643 Thank you for your investment in Spirit ofTruth Ministries. Spirit i s a non-profit organization under the 5 0 I ( c ) 3 of the Intemnl Revenue Sen ice Code. 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a Sports a; Bucs Bench QB leflwich. Promote Josh Johnson t: w en ).;' en w :: JOSH JOHNSON The winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers have benched starting quarterback ByJ;on Leftwich and replaced him with second-year pro Josh Johnson. Q Coach Raheem Morris ii: announced the move IL. Monday, a day after the Bucs Q fell to 0-3 while gaining just :i 86 yards total offense in a 24-o loss to the New York c Giants. Leftwich completed en 7 of 16 passes for 22 yards and one interception. Johnson played one fourth-quarter series, com W pleting 4 of 10 passes for 36 Gj yards and leading a drive that Q stalled on downs at New W York's s-yard line. He also finished as Tampa Bay's lead::i ing rusher, scrambling for a 1D is-yard gain on his only :: attempt. z Morris said he was not blaming the loss on ...1 Leftwich, but feels Johnson ..I has earned a chance start :: ID ..:. RAHEEM MORRIS Sunday at Washington When the Bucs opened their regular season against the Dallas Cowboys, fans were excited with anticipation, even though they lost. When the Bucs finished their second game against the Buffalo Bills, their second loss, no improvement was seen. After Sunday's 24-0 home loss to the New York Giants, not only was there no improvement, but the team regressed from any improve ment it had shown after the Dallas game. In front of 63,689 fans, the Bucs held the ball for 16:22 versus 43:38 for the Giants. The rushing game was no better with only 28 yards for the game. That means the Bucs had 86 yards of offense of the entire game. The defense allowed 228 rushing yards and171 passing yards w z I= z w en lick Returns C a: 9 As Eagles Win EasiiV IL. Michael Vick attempted just two pasSes in his Philly debut -both fell incomplete. PHilADELPHIA --Thirtythree months after he last played in a regular season NFL Michael Vick returned to the field today on an overcast and intermittent ly rainy afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. An injury to longtime starter Donovan MeN abb, who suffered a broken rib in the Eagles' Week 1 victory over the Carolina Panthers, meant that third-year quar-terback Kevin Kolb started w the game, but also ensured that Vick would see the field. o;; Head coach Andy Reid first called upon Vick on the Eagles' second offensive play, when, as the home fans cheered wildly there were no more than a few dozen animal rights protesters out side the stadium, and no sign of them inside he split out wide to the right as a receiver. He sprinted across the field and Kolb faked a handoff to him before rookie running back LeSean McCoy, who started the game in place of the injured Brian Westbrook, received the carry and ran for a loss of one yard. Later in the first quarter, Reid inserted Vick at first and goal from the five-yard line, as the Eagles were driving for their first points. Vi.ck took the snap and attempted his first pass, a lob to Leonard Weaver, under heavy Chiefs pressure. The ball was overthrown, but the Eagles scored on their next play, a five-yard run by McCoy. Vick's second pass fell incomplete at the feet of receiver Jason Avant. Terrell owens: I'm Misunderstood TERRELL OWENS Terrell Owens will take the field Sunday in diamond stud earrings that cost more than the houses of many of the Buffalo Bills fans who will cheer his every move. He bou ght them for $137,000 on Rodeo Drive while cameras from his VH1 reality show rolled. Owens says he is misunderstood He says the news media take what he says and twist it into some thing else and that's how he gets in trouble. He wants you to know he's really just a nice, charitable guy who can run and catch. Freenev savs He'll Have In MRI on Injured Quad DWIGHT FREENEY GLENDALE, Ariz. -Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney says he will have an MRI after injuring his right quadriceps in the third quarter of Sunday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals. He said the injury occurred on a play in which he was held by a blocker. Freeney, the franchise's career leader in sacks, said he "felt something pop" on the play. Freeney's fierce pass rush was a big factor for the Colts' defense in Indianapolis' 31-10 victory. Redskins' Havneswonh Returns Against lions After Being caned on DETROIT--Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth returned to play Sunday in the second half against the Detroit Lions after being carted off the field with a hip injury. Haynesworth kept weight off his right leg when he was helped up off the turf and his head was covered with a towel as he was taken toward the locker room midway through the second quarter. He signed a seven-year con tract worth $10oM includ-ALBERT HAYNESWORTH ing $41M guaranteed in the offseason after playing for the Tennessee Titans. USF Stuns FSU TALLAHASSEE --South Florida fans didn't want to leave. Not even after more than three hours of sitting in 90-degree weather. Most of the more than 12,000 sun-drenched, greenclad boosters remained in their end zone seats chanting "USF USF," for some 20 minutes after the Bulls defeated No. 18 Florida State 17-7 Saturday. It was the first meeting between the schools and came in front of Florida State's biggest home crowd in four years. "They whupped us," said FSU coach Bobby Bowden, who talked all week about not being eager to play South Florida for the first time. "They're a lot better than I thought." Bowden and his staff are now also likely to face questions about how they could let a talent like USF quarter back B.J. Daniels get out of town. Daniels, a redshirt freshman who grew up in Tallahassee and was largely ignored by Florida State B. J DANIElS .recruiters, dismantled the Seminoles' defense with one big play after another in his first career start. He was replacing four-year starter Matt Grothe, the Big East Conference's career total offense leader, who had a sea son-ending injury last week "It feels good playing in front of your friends and your family," Daniels said ; "I was very familiar with the people around so I definitely felt comfortable and it wasn't anything to get me nervous." Daniels ran for 126 yards, threw two touchdowri passes and accounted for 341 of USF's 368 yards of offense. 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, Fl 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made Latex Flat White Painl. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl. ...... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Tiuer Caps 2009 Comeback With Second Fedb Cup PHIL MICKELSON And TIGER WOODS ATLANTA --No matter how much they tinker with the FedEx Cup, there's never going to be a system that pleases everyone. That said, it's hard to argue with this photo op from the PGA Tour's season-ending moneyfest: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson stand ing side-by-side on the 18th green at East Lake Golf Club, each of them posing with a trophy of his own. Woods won the FedEx Cup and, oh yeah, another $10 million for his overflowing bank account. Mickelson won the Tour Championship to close an emotional roller-coaster of a year with a flourish. Golfs two biggest stars, each of them a winner Sunday. Just what PGA Tour commission'er Tim Finchem had in mind when he came up with a playoff system to spice things up after all the majors were done. "Had I put myself in a position to where we had the entire FedEx Cup on the line coming down the_ stretch, that would have been even more exciting," Mickelson said. "But I felt like the day turned out well." Woods didn't win a major in a year for the first time since 2004, but it's hard to complain about a season with six wins and three runner-up finishes all after recovering from major knee surgery. "To be as consistent as I have been all year is something that I'm very proud of," Woods said. "I certain ly wouldn't have expected that." Tebow Released From Hospital Tim Tebow sustained a concussion during the game. GAINESVILLE --Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was out of the hospital and back home Sunday, recovering from the concussion he sus tained during the Gators' 41-7 victory at Kentucky. Tebow was released from the University Medical Center in Lexington, Ky., Sunday morning. He was held for precautionary reasons. Coach Urban Meyer spent the night in the hospital with Tebow. "Tim is doing fine this morning," Meyer said. "His CT scans came back and indicated that Tim suffered a concussion. Our medical and athletic training staff will continue to monitor him to determine how much rest and recovery he needs. We will have additional information and updates this week." Mavweather vs. Marquez Draws 1 Million PPV Sales Floyd Mayweather {left) defeated Juan Manuel Marquez by unanimous decision. Floyd Mayweather Jr. was once boxing 's poundfor-pound champion, and now he's evolving into its pay-per-view king as well. Mayweather's victory over Juan Manuel Marquez last weekend generated an impressive 1 million pay-per-view buys, HBO Sports announced Friday. The robust result confirms Mayweather's once-debatable superstar status in a sport that thrives on big names in big events. The bout at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas on Sept. 19 generated a remarkable $52 million in pay-per-view revenue at its $49-95 suggested price, making it the highest-per forming event this year. It's just the fifth non-heavyweight event to generate 1 million buys on a list head ed by Mayweather's split decision victory over Oscar De La Hoya in 2007, which had a record 2.44 million. Most credited that perfor mance to De La Hoya, the sport's top pay-per-view draw before his retirement this year. After leaving box ing for 21 months at the top of his skills, Mayweather appears ready to fill the void left by De La Hoya with a love-me-or-hate-me persona that interests even casual sports fans. 3) 248-1921 SANDRA Only where the beauty is unlimited will you find Sandra. Sandra, this week's feature, believes every woman should be strong and not afraid to take charge. It's that spirit that intimidates some men, while at the same time separating the pre tenders for the real men. Sandra does enjoy hanging out with her friends, but has no problem entertaining herself if the need arises. She believes in always surrounding herself with posi tive people, and staying true to who she really is. When it comes to man in Sandra's life, he must not be afraid to speak his mind and take a stand. He also must be strong, handsome and able to take charge of a situation. Congratulations to Sandra as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. 0 }< CJ) m "tJ m 3: m m ::0 N CD N 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 :!! CJ) m z z m r:m c: r r-z "tJ c: m r-u; :J: m 0 m -f c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::0 6 G) m .... w

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g Entertainment N a) N a: w a:l w 1-a. w en Michael Jackson Sneak Peek Screenings Sell Out In 2 Hours >=< c en w :J 1-MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES Michael Jackson is still C playing to sellout crow9s. D: Advance screenings to the LL. music documentary Michael C Jackson: This Is It" sold out z < within two hours early Sunday as fans who began c lining up three days earlier en snapped up all 3,000 tickets to the Los Angeles shows. 1-The documentary opens i: nationwide Oct. 28, but fans w will get a sneak peek the > night before in screenings at w the new Regal Cinemas Stadium 14. For the theater's :X: grand opening, the cinema will show This Is It" on all 14 m screens that night. :J Directed by longtime a. Jackson collaborator Kenny Ortega, This Is It" tij draws on hundreds of hours :j of footage as Jackson pre:J pared for a series of London m concerts for which he was &U rehearsing before his death z onJune25. i= z w en g a: 0 ..J LL. New Michael .Jackson Single, 'This Is It,' Out On October 12 < Not only Will fans have the film of "Michael Jackson's This Is I t to look forvvard to next month they 'll also have a brand new single appropri ately t i t led This Is I t ," and, as previousl y reported, an a l bum. Accor d ing t o a re l ease on Jackson's off i ci a l s it e, the song This I s It" -w hi c h fea tures the Jacksons on ba cking vocals w ill be releas ed on October 12, and the two disc album will be released on the 27th in the U.S. (the 26th internationally). The film follows on October 28 "This song only defines, once again, what the world already knows that Michael is one of God s greatest gifts, said John McClain, co-producer of the album. The song will close disc one of the album, which will consist of previously released versions of classic MJ songs in the order in which they appear in the film which is culled from rehearsals for Jackson's scheduled string of dates in London Disc two offer s previously unreleased v ersions of some of the artist's classic tracks," although it does not specif y the origin of those recordings. This disc also features a pre viously unreleased spokenword poem from Jackson titled Planet Earth." compilation will also include a 36-page photo booklet including stills from MJ's final rehearsals for the London shows, which took place in the weeks before his death. Michael Jackson's This Is It" -a trailer for which pre miered at the VMAs -arrives in theaters on October 28 and runs for a limited two-week engagement, with special screenings in some cities tak ing place on the 27th. lanve West Cheered In Surprise Appearance KANYEWEST -.:1' A surprise appearance by CJ Kanye West was welcomed with open arms Saturday night by the crowd at Common's benefit concert in Hollywood, reports TMZ.com . The crowd at the show which featured Common, Nas, Ludacris, De La Soul, The Roots, Mos Def, Talib Kweli and more -erupted in cheers when Kanye rushed out on stage. He stayed for a few songs -including "Good Life" and "Run This Town -and had the crowd going nuts the whole time Kanye was able to perform without interrup tion. Soulia Bov Tell' em Is Not Engaged To Rosa Acosta ROSA ACOST A And SOULJA BOY TELL'EM On Thursday rumors began circulating on the web that Soulja Boy Tell'em had gotten engaged to model/video star Rosa Acosta -according to Acosta's manager and a source in Soulja Boy's camp, the rumors are false Acosta's manager, Charles Garner, told MTV News on September 25th that the rumors began after the pair was seen hanging out together in photos on the model's Web site. In the pho tos, Acosta is seen wearing what looks like an engagement ring -however, her manager said the ring wasn't a gift from Soulja Boy, but her mother. A source in Soulja Boy's camp also told MTV News that the rumors are untrue. DMX savs He's 'Grounded,' Readv For comeback DMX Is the Dog really back? That's the word according to DMX. The booming, barking MC has made headlines for all the wrong reasons during the past few years, but after serying time in an Arizona jail, X has been nothing short of a model citizen. But now he's getting back to what he does best: rapping. X hopped on, the. Ruff Ryders remix of J adakiss' "Who's Real" and recently performed at VH1's "Hip Hop Honors," .displaying his trademark sneer during his turn in the spotlight for Party Up." "I'm hungry, I'm ground ed," X told MTV News from the red carpet. "I've always been grounded. But I'm hungrier. There' s so much bullsh-out ther:e. I'm not gonna get into the names. You know who you are. There's so much bullsh-out there. The streets won't let me forget that they need me and I need them. The Yonkers-bred MC said he plans to deliver tw<;) albums soon and wants them to drop on the same He Khloe Kardashian And Lamar Odom Get Married LOS ANG ELE S -Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian h ave ti e d the kno t. T h e 29-year-old Los A ngel es Lak e r s forward and the 2 5 -yea r old r e ality TV s t arle t wer e m a rried Sunda y at a private r esidence in Bev erly Hills The bride was walked down the aisle by her stepfa ther, Bruce Jenner. Odom's teammates Luke Walton and Sasha Vujacic attended the ceremony, along with Lakers coach Phil Jackson. Kardashian appears with her family on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." She and her sister Kourtney costar in the E! spinoff show, "Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami KHWE KARDASHIAN And LAMAR ODOM Odom agreed to a four year contract to stay with the Lakers this summer after helping the team win the franchise's 15th NBA cham pionship in June. lil Boosie Gets Two-Year Prison Sentence For Drug Possession Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie (born Torrence Hatch) pleaded guilty to a third-offense marijuana possession charge on Tuesday and was sentenced to two years in prison. The plea deal came just one day before it was announced that the MC's latest album, Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz, will debut in the top 10 on next week's Billboard albums chart. According to Baton Rouge station WBRZ, Boosie will serve at least one year in prison after prosecutors reached an agreement with his lawyers in which all but two years of a 10-year sen-. tence were suspended. The rapper will also be active supervised probation 'for: tWo to five years after his release from prison. If he complete$ his probation, the gun charge will be dropped. "I'm ready to get this .behind me," Boo.sie, 25, told Judge Chip Moore one week before he was scheduled to stand trial in LILBOOSIE connection with his October 22 arrest. During the incident, East Baton Rouge sheriffs deputies found a bag of a cigar loaded with weed and anoth er unspecified drug and a :gun i n,'a:ca:r drive: n by Boosie; At7 the tiliie;' he' was charged with third-offense posses.sion of by up to 20 years in prison, as well as posses sion of a firearm with a con trolled dangerous substance a crime that carries a mandatory minimum five year prison term. Subscribe rlbday!

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Funerals(Memoriams ----Ray Williams --------------MR. EDWARD L. ROGERS Edward L. Rogers of 1701 W. Saint John Street, passed away Saturday, September 19, 2009. A graveside service will be conducted Wednesday, September 30, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow. Mr. Rogers was a native and resident of Tampa who was educated in the Public Schools of Hillsborough County. He was a graduate of Howard W. Blake High School, Class of 1963 and furthered his education at Florida A & M University, Tallahassee, where he received a BA Degree in Political Science. Mr. Rogers began a career in Atlanta, GA, for a short time with the School System and later relocated to Oakland, California and resided there for 30 years. He taught at a private school in San Francisco, CA for a short time and retired as a Sheriff Deputy Detention Officer and,Squad Team with the San Francisco, California Sheriff Department after serving 17 years. He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his mother, Ernestine Rogers. He leaves to cherish his memory: a wife, Linda D. FuentesRogers; stepson, Tito Fuentes; step granddaughter, Brittany Fuentes; sister-in-law, Herminia Lawrence, great aunt, Easter Mae Gatlin; nieces, Maxine Lawrence and Melisa DaVila; cousins, Bonnie Crews (Douglas), Janice McCaskill (Louis) of Quincy, FL, Shirley Williams, Sandra Lovelace, Marva Floyd, Asalee Hill, Evelyn Gatlin, Delores Flowers (Eathom) and Robert Gatlin (Clarice) of Houston, TX; extended family, Raymond McCloud (Juanita), Rudolf McCloud, Bernard McCloud, Lillie C. Bryant, Anita Howard, Jeanette Davis (Maurice), Randy Reese, Ivan Reese (Angela), Cindy Henry (Louis), Sherry Hall (David) ofKaty, TX, Lespy Nelson, Sr., Dr. Lespy Nelson, Jr. (Pocahontas), Dr. Nelson, Reverend Benjamin Nelson, Michael Nelson, Kenneth Nelson, Rick Nelson of Goldsboro, NC, Wendall Nelson of Deltona, FL, Karen Nelson of Anchorage, AK, Sharon Nelson of Orlando, Cecelia Lawson (Ted) of St. Peters" burg, FL, Catherine Mul"phy (George), Vickie Osborne (Michael) of Deltona, FL, Yvette Thomas, Bernadette Nelson of New York, NY, Betty Jo Hayes, Ingrid O'Neal (Clarence) ofTriangle, VA, and Clefford Brady (Saundra) of West Palm Beach, FL; special friends, Richard Allen, Emma R. Allen, William Davis, Joyce Conyers and Louis Rodriguez; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 9:30-10:30 a. m., Wednesday morning, September 30, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. REMEMBERING MOTHER QUINTIN EVERETT (5/12/72-9/29/05) I would describe you as unique, like a set of fingerprints, some similar, but never the same. With that said, we miss and loveyou. From, the boys, mama, Fee and all the rest of the family FMX (813) 1 0521 l..ctOUl"ti.tnUlytnkccmuof)'OUl"fulllily. ""Wearntfl!P'k:P)toa Funeral Home John '\.V. Hannon, L F .D. Jan1es Hannon. L. F D. 5002 N -4-0th St. 626-8600 .. ... ...... Ray Williams Funeral Home llh-& Nonl>om . awn.ro 30t N HoW z c "TT l:l c 221-1800 14&7 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. ine hiring of a iawyer ts an important dccis:on that sho;;ld no: l)e based solely ad-.er1isernents. Before you decide. ask us to send FREE wntten rr:!ormJUcr. at:out quJirfica:tons and expenence' ... U1

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en 8 N a; N . a:: w m :IE w -Classifieds t: w rn >:' rn w .... c LL. c z o( w .... w [ij c w ::t: ur :::::i m a. z ffi ..J ..J m ..J w z t= z w rn 0 ..J LL. IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF 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). The 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 plaintiff(s) and this Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. Dated this 1m day of April. 2009. Issued on behalf of Plaintiff(s) Name: Sara Ariel Scanio Address: 580 Cortono Drive, ( Reno, NV 89521-4293 Phone Number: 775-721-2817 HOWARD W. CONYERS CLERK OF THE COURT By: N. DELGADO DEPUTY CLERK Second Judicial District Court 75 Court Street Reno, Nevada 89501 For All Your Legal Or Classified Advertising Needs ..... Call LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 CD .... Email ledwards@flsentinel.com Or w C) Fax 24n To (813) 248-9218 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Date Issued: September 25, 2009 The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (the "Authority") will receive sealed bids for Job Order Contracts IFB FY2009-06 ORED, IFB FY2009-07 ORED, IFB FY2009-08 ORED and IFB FY2009-09 ORED until 2:00 p .m. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), on the dates indicated in the Bid Table below, in the 1st floor board room of the Authority's contracting offices located at 1529 West Main Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the above stated time may not be considered This Advertisement for Bid pertains to four (4) Job Order Contracts (hereinafter called JOC) A JOC is a competitive bid resulting in a firm fixed priced indefinite quantity construction contract The Scope of Work includes a collection of detailed repair, construction, replacement and demolition tasks with related performance specifications and pre-established unit prices. The contracts are for the accomplishment of repair, alteration, modernization, maintenance, rehabilitation, demolition and construction of infrastructure, buildings, structures, or other real property. Work is accomplished by means of issuance of a job order against the contract Under the JOC contract, the Contractor is required to furnish all ancillary design, management, documentation, labor, materials and equipment needed to perform the work. Bid Table The bid dates and contract values for the referenced Job Order Contracts are as follows: Bid Bid Due Minimum Maximum Contract Maximum Contract Number Date Contract Value Term Value Total Value IFB FY2009-06 ORED 11/02/09 $50,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $3,000,000.00 IFB FY2009-07 ORED 11/03/09 $50,000.00 $2,000,000 00 $6,000,000.00 IFB FY2009-08 ORED 11/04/09 $50,000.00 $3,000,000 00 $9,000,000.00 IFB FY2009-09 ORED 11/05/09 $50,000.00 $4,000,000.00 $12,000,000.00 Each contract will have an initial term equal to one (1) Contract Term. A Contract Term is defined as one (1) year from the date of contract award or when the Maximum Contract Term Value is achieved, whichever occurs first Each contract will include an option for two (2) additional Contract Terms. The total term of the contract shall not exceed three (3) years. Such additional Contract Terms shall be subject to the sole discretion of the Authority. It is the current intention of Authority to award at least one (1) Job Order Contract for each contract number under this solicitation on the basis of the lowest and most responsible bid However, Authority reserves the right to award multiple contracts, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest Such multiple awards shall not affect the Minimum Contract Value, the Maximum Contract Term Value, or the Maximum Contract Total Value, as stated above, for each contract awarded. The Authority will award only one JOC contract to a single Contractor under this Advertisement (i.e., no Contractor will be awarded more than one JOC contract). The Authority further reserves the right to award no Contracts under a given Contract number or all Contract numbers, if determined to be in the Authority's best interest As a condition of bidding, prospective Bidders must attend a mandatory pre-bid conference. The pre-bid conference will be held at 1:00 p.m., October 13, 2009. The agenda of the pre-bid conference will include: discussing the JOC concept; reviewing the Contract Documents; discussing the details of the Authority's JOC program; discussing JOC from a Contractor's viewpoint (including how to calculate a bid); answering bidder's questions; and other bid considerations. The pre-bid conference will be held in the first floor board room of the Authority's offices located at 1529 West Main Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607, and last approximately two hours and thirty minutes. At the pre-bid conferences, each attendee will be required to sign-in provide his/her name, title, company he/she is representing, phone number and fax number. Each attendee will be required to provide a fax number and a street address at which to receive addenda information, Any Bidder submitting a bid and who was not represented and signed in the pre-bid conference may be deemed nonresponsive. If the bidder is a joint venture, at least one party of the joint venture must have been represented and signed in at the pre-bid conferenCe or the joint venture may be deemed non responsive. The Bidder must hold, at the time of Bid, a Florida Construction Industry Ucensing Board (CILB) issued Division._ 1-General Contractors license that allows the Bidder to perform commerciaVresidential construction unlimited in height within Hillsborough County. If the bidder is a joint venture, the joint venture itself will be considered a separate and distinct organization and must be in compliance with all requirements of the state statutes and the Florida CILB regulations. A copy of the contract documents may be obtained by qualified contractors on CD ROM for $100.00 (1101H'efundable) from the Authority. Contract documents may be examined and purchased at the Authority's contracting offices located at 1529 West Main Street, Tampa, Florida, 33607. Questions regarding this solicitation for bids may be directed to: Mr. David lloanya, Director of Real Estate Development at (813) 253-0551 ext. 158. No bid shallbe withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days subsequent to the opening of bids without prior written consent of the Authority The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa Is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Notice of Public Hearing public hearing will be held by the Zon ing Hearing Master pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 beginning at 6:00 p.m., 19, 2009 at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa to hear the following requests. of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the ing and Growth Management Department the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public before him/her. The recommendation of the Zon ing Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after of the public hearing review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be rP.stttr.tP.rt to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 unless add i tional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND NCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at 276 2058 SPECIAL USE REQUESTS on SU 09-0807-CW (AB) filed .on 6/4/2009 by Michael D Horner, of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., # 200, Tampa FL 33618, 13-962-2395, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Perm i t 2-COP-Beer & wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed ises The property is 3,742 .98 sq. ft and is presently zoned PD-MU. It is located i n all or parts of Section 9 Townsh i p 28 Range 18 or N Dale Mabry Hwy tion SU 09-1056-PR (AB), filed on 8/20/2009 by Carlos A Osorno of 7730 Palm River Rd. #300 Tampa, FL 33619, ph 1 0140 requesting an Alco holic Beverage Permit 2 COP-Beer & wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises. property is 5,565 75 sq.ft. and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 29 Range 19 or 7730 Palm Rd. n SU 09-1064-GB (CC), filed on 8/25/2009 by Yanire & Javier Diaz, represented by Steve Allison of P 0 Box 16277, Tampa, FL ph 813-988 9723, requesting a Special Use Permit for Child Care The property is 0 .31 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6(MH) It is in all or parts of Section 24 Township 30 Range 19 or 10039 Linda St. ition SU 09-1069-BR (AB), filed on 8/26/2009 by Edgar Vallejo, of 6307 Bridgecrest Dr Lithia FL 33547, ph 813-841-3590, req esting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-X Beer, wine & liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises. The property is sq.ft. and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 29 Range 20 or 434 E. Brandon Blvd Petutcm SU 09-1073RV (AB), filed on 8/27/2009 by Sail Samurai Japanese Restaurant, represented by Dixie L. Liberty, of 5719 agerlake Rd. Lithia FL 33547 ph 813-817-8585 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP-X-Beer & wine for sale and ption on the licensed premises only The property is 1,200 sq.ft and is presently zoned PD-MU (81-339) It is located in all or parts 16 Township 31 Range 20 or 11351 Big Bend Rd. Petlltlcn SU 09-1074-BR (CT), filed on 8/27/2009 by T-Mobile South, LLC, represented by Lauralee G. Westine, Esq., of 800 Tarpon Woods #E-1, Palm Harbor, FL 34685 J>h 727-773-2221, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Communication Tower. The property is 4 47 ac is presently zoned ASC-1. It is located in all or parts of Section 14 Township 29 Range 20 or 3097 S Kingsway Rd. on SU 09-1075-EL (AB), filed on 9/11/2009 by TallyHo LLC, represented by Dixie L. Liberty, of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd. Lithia, FL ph 813-817-8585 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-Beer wine & liquor for sale and consumption on and off the premises. The property is 11,884.5 sq. ft and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 28 Range 7402 N. 56th Ave. REZONING REQUESTS PAtlit'"'" RZ 09-0965-RV, filed on 7/28/2009 by Frank Murray of 8819 W. Millpo int Rd. Riverview, FL 33578, ph 813-260-7355, requesting a change from AS-1 to RSC-3(MH) The property is 2.34 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 30 Range 19 or SIS of t en m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z ""0 c: m r-Cii :I: m c m < m -i c: m en c > z c "T1 ::!! c

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0 0 N cn-N a:: w m :E. w .... 11. w en >= en w ;::) .... c it: LL c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 08-8948(A) 745 SPECIAL ASSETS, LLC (Plaintiff) vs. SUSHILLA K. MAHARAJ (Defendant) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated on or about December 2, 2008 entered in Civil Case No. 08-8948 (A} of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein 745 Special Assets LLC, is plaintiff and Sushilla K. Maharaj is the defendant. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, on the 2nd Floor of the George E Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202, 0 located at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida, at en 2 : 00 p m in accordance with 45 031, Florida Statutes, on w o .1itb._day of October. 2009, the following described t-property as set forth in said Final Judgment of Foreclosure, i:t: wit: w > w c w :::t: en :J m ;::) 11. z i= w ,J ,J ;::) Lot ?and 8, in Block 6 of SOUTHGATE OF TAMPA'S NORTH SIDE COUNTRY CLUB AREA UNIT NO 1, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 27, Page 22 through 27 inclusive of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida, LESS the party lying within 31. feet of the survey line of State Road S-580, as conveyed to the State of Florida in O .R. Book 1215 Page 767 of said public records a:l ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE ..J SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE w PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS z i= PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS Z AFTER THE SALE. w en it: 0 ,J LL NOTICE TO 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 Court Administrator'sAD.A. Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida (813} 276-8100 extension 4205, within 2 working days prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771 Dated this Z6lb. day of September. 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: lsi TONY A TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOUR AD IS PUBLISHED H & S Swansons' Tool Company PRECISION MACHINING TOOLING ENGINEERING 9000 68th Street North PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA 33782 PHONE 727/541 3575 FAX# 727/544 4745 Plater. Metal Finisher Technician: 1st shift person to be responsible for applying precision anodize, chromate & special masking techniques on machined parts and manufactured product in a manner consistent with Gov., Customer, and In House specifications. Some plating exp. is helpful. Process logs are required. Email resume to human.resources@hs5wansons com, fax to 727-388-0765 or apply to: H & S Swansons' Tool Co. 9000 68th Street North Pinellas Park, FL 33782. DFWEOEIAA 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $34,9001 Only $405.00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years At 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 Recently Remodeled 3/2 Home Sta i nless Steel Appliances $77,800 Owner Will Assist With Down Payment And Closing Cost Call Now For More Information (813) 259-4663 www.myfinancialconnections com THIS COULD BE YOURADVERnSEMENT CONTACT LA VORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR LEGAL OR (;LASS/FlED ADVERTISEMENT $10,000.00 Credit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath West Tampa 704 West Har1an Street CHA, Fenced Yard Washer/Dryer Hook-up 813-625-2061 For Sale 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Built 1995 CHA, Carpet, Fenced Sprinkler Owner Will Consider Financing $89,000 Call (813) 340-5476 HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199.00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext5490 Receive Tax Credit From The IRS Be In Home By November 30, 2009) Newly Renovated Home Only $71,800 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths ; Double Fenced Yard; Stainless Steel Appliances; Ceramic llle; Downpayrnem And Or Closing Costs Assistance Available. 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