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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area I aims Ill 101 SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 CHURCH HOSTS OPENING CELEBRATION AND 13TH ANNIVERSARY Recently, members of The Word of Grace and Truth Ministries held their Opening Celebration and 13th Church Anniversary at the church. The theme for the occasion was "Through Faith and Patience," taken from Hebrews 6: 9-15. Pastor Thomas and : First Lady Claudia Dozier, and Pastor Curt and Lady Estelle McKay welcomed those in attendance. Shown in this photograph at the ceremony were the Pastor and Dedication Committee. Standing on the front row are: Elder Robert Oates, Elder Karla Jordan, Pastor Thomas L. Dozier, First Lady Claudia Dozier,' and Elder Lawrence Range. Standing on the back row are: Elder Ernest Helm and Elder Chonta Haynes. (Photograph by Julia Jackson). / Tampa Native Retires After Sening 20 Yrs. SEE PAGE 2 Burglary Suspects Arrested Near School SEE PAGE 15 Actor .Treats Woman To An Evening Out SEE PAGE 8 Researcher lets Prestigious Grant SEE PAGE 3

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(j) Features 1'N a: UJ cc 0 1-(.) 0 Cl (/) UJ ::> 1-Sanitation Worker Killed In Earlv Morning Accident FREDERICK SOLOMON ... Killed In Accident A 34-year-old sanitation worker was crushed to death in a Friday morning accident a: on Friday when a vehicle ran LL into the rear of the garbage Cl truck. z <( According to the Hillsbor-::;: ough County Sheriffs Office, c the accident took place (/) around 6 a m., on Parsons Avenue at Coade Stone Road. .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) :::i m ::> a. z w '...J ...J ::> m I ..J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ..J LL The sanitation truck, owned by Republic Waste Services, was stopped in the north-,bound lane on Parsons Avenue for garbage pick -up. The sanitation worker, identifie d as Frederick Solomon, of Bradento n was at the rear of th e truck. It was a rear-loader truck an employee of the company said. A 1988 Toyota, driven b y Lloyd Cribbs, Jr., 33, of Plant City, struck the garbage truck. Solomon was pinned b etvveen the garbage truck and the vehi cl e. H e died at the scene. Cribbs was transported to a local hospital where he was medically cleared, police said. As a result of the accident, investigators closed both lanes of Parsons Avenue between Old Hillsborough Avenue and Highway 92 during the investigation. No charges have been filed, however, the investigation into the accident is continu ing. Funeral arrangements were incomplete as of press time. Westside Funeral Home of Palmetto is in charge of handling arrangements. Tampa Native Retires From Militarv After 20 Years Of Service J BY IRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After g raduatin g f r o m Hill s borough Hig h S c hool in 1 989, John A Anderson, Jr., said he was l ook in g for an adventure. And afte r lis tening t o th e advice of his g r a ndmothers, h e found it in the U.S. Army. On October 29th, Sgt. Anderson will become a civilian again when he brings his 20-year career to an end. His tour of duty will be offi cially celebrated in a retirement ceremony in February 2010. A native of Tampa, Sgt. Anderson said both his grandmothers, the late Mrs. Evelyn Anderson and the late Mrs. Johnnie Mae Ricks, encouraged him to enter the militar y after graduating from high school. In retrospect, he said that was the best advice he could have been given and he has no regrets. Sgt. Anderson complet ed his basic training require ments and has served in both the United States and abroad His tours of duty have includ-SGT. JOHN ANDERSON, JR. ... Retires Aftet 20 Years of Service eel Germany and England. His deployments include S audi Arabia, Kuwait, Honduras, Panama, Bosnia, and two tours of duty in Iraq, one of which took place dur ing the Gulf War. Sgt. Anderson said he settled his family in Allenhurst, Georgia, where they have purchased a home. He is married to Clytemnestra L. Anderson and the father of 4 sons, Jaron, Rashad, Jamaal, and Xavier. His family in Tampa in cludes p a r ents, .John a. Anderson, Sr., a nd Mrs. Marion Robinson Allgood a nd Mrs. Viiginia Anderson (step mom). They w ill travel to Georgia this week to a tt e nd hi s r e tir e m ent ce r e mony. After hi s r e l ease, h e will r et urn t o Georgia a nd work as a Contractor for the govern m ent. His speci alty during active duty was Logistics. H e a dvis es others th:.J.t the military is a good pl ace to pursue a ca r eer. However, h e warns, I e n co urag e a nyon e who wants to pursue a pro ductive career to go into the military But, mak e s ure that the field you enter will be something that is u seful when you come out." Sgt. Anderson began his college career during his tour of duty and has earned an A. A. degree in Liberal Arts. After he settles down, he plans to continue his educa tion. When not spending time with his family, Sgt. Anderson enjoys fishing, weightlifting, and investments. Schools Set Schedule For H1N1 vaccinations Hillsborough County Public Schools and the Hillsborough County Health Department are offering H1N1 vaccinations at schools to better match the availability of vaccine. Teams of nurses from the Health Department began the vaccinations at sev eral middle schools and high schools throughout the school district on Monday. African American Holiday Season Cards Inside verse: May the closeness of friends and the comfort of home renew your spirit this holiday season. Inside verse: Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday and happyNewYear. Inside verse: May the peace and joy of the holiday season be with you throughout the coming year. lnsideverse: The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift happiness. May all of these be yours this holiday season. $1 0 0 0 Assorted packaged set, 5x7 8 Cards and envelopes view online@ www.ronwatsonartstudio.com LIMITED TIME OFFER. ORDER BY 10/23/09 Get an additional4 cards and envelopes ... FREEI 12 cards and envelopes for $1 0.00 per packaged set Order Today! 813.900.6327 /813.231.3302 www.ronwatsonartstudio.com All of the vaccination schedules are contingent on the availability of the vaccine. Last week the vaccinations were given to 266 students and 282 staff members and some parents at exceptional student education centers. Health officials determined that, with a limited supply of vaccine, the children at those schools would be the highest priority. This week, teams of nurs es will begin vaccinations at East Bay High, Freedom High, King {ligh, Middleton High, Spoto High, Eisenhower Middle, Giunta Middle, Greco Middle, and Liberty Middle. Next week, beginning on Monday, November 2nd, the Health Department plans to start providing vaccinations at After-School Vaccination Centers located at several public high schools. The vaccinations will be given Monday through Thursday, from 3:30p.m. to 7 p .m. Vaccinations will also be available for elementary school students in the area, as well as students from charter schools, virtual schools, and the district's education cen ters. Elementary school children must have a parent or guardian present when they are vaccinated.

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Features Young Woman Dreams Of Winning A Grammv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter "Life for me ain't been no crystal star." That is a popular line from Langston Hughes, but also the staple of Tarvoria Russ. Tarvoria, a native of Miami, said as the oldest of seven children born to a drug addicted mother, her family wasn't the Cosbys. "My grandmother raised me and my youngest brother and I was forced to learn adult lessons as a child without the aid of a mother. I didn't really have a childhood." Following in the steps of some of her family members, Tarvoria fought against stereotypes and found her passions early in life. "If it weren't for music, I don t know where I'd be right now. I've been singing since I was 2, and it's someth.ing that comes natural for me." Tarvoria said the burden of being the oldest of 7 children was quite heavy, and although they weren't all raised in the same house, they managed to stay in con tact with each other. "We' re not as close as spme .. siblings, but we love each.--. other." ''I'm happy to say our mother has been clean for three years now, and is still very much a part of our lives." Tarvoria had been taking classes at Bethune-Cookman University in pursuit of a degree in music -and business management, but has taken some time off to pursue her dreams. "Music is my life and it's a TARVORIA RUSS tough business. Opportunities come and go so fast, you have to pray you make the right decisions. So far, I've managed to surround myself with the right people. I've put together my own company, and we're planning some really big things." Tarvoria said her ultimate dream is to win a Grammy. She also understands that the reality of the music industry is you still have responsibilities outside of the industry and bills have to be paid. ''You have to stay focused and have a no-quit attitude. You have to be willing to make sacrifices along the way." l',ve made include relationships; school, and financial security. I'm a barber by day and that's what keeps me moving." Tarvoria said unfortunately, she's had some record companies more interested in her writing talent than her singing. "All that does is motivate me, and no one has tried to exploit me I wouldn't allow that to happen." DIABETIC .. NEUR(JPA1ft PAIN, TINGLING ORNUMBN.ESS .. . IF YOU ARE 18 TO 75 YEARS OLD, DIABETES AND ARE SUFFERING WITH DIABETIC SENSORIMOTOR POLYNEUROPATHY, YOU MAY QUAiJFY FOR A CUNIOO STUDY OF AN)NVESnGATIONAl DRUG: may receive: sfudy reklfed physical >. >/ Srudy related lob work . MAROOJTANUN#4MD. Reimbursementfor .. .. Participating for more inf6rffi6ti6n calF .. Board Cerfified Internist/Geriatrician 11201 CQrpQrate Circle .. ... ... .... FL 33716 7 4 CLINICAl RESEARCH I . . ;,"' .. -f c: m C/) 0 Researcher Receives $100,000 Grant To Studv Cancer Pain Management 0 ("') -t 0 tD BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Dr. Tamara Baker is an Assistant Professor in the School of Aging Studies at the University of South Florida's College of Behavioral and Cop1munity Scienr.:es : She relocated to Tampa t9 accept that position As a researcher, Dr. Baker focused on arthritis, pain and depression in the African American elderly community. However, while reviewing information on the website of the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute she learned about a grant that would allow her to complete cancer pain management research in the elderly. Her target group is both African American and White Americans over the age of 65. She will focus on those suffering from prostate, breast, colon, and lung cancer. The grant is valued at. $705,143, and the universitY has been awarded five years of funding. "After finding this funding mechanism, it has allowed me a shift in my career. I will be recruiting frolJl Moffitt Genter and M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando. "One portion of the grant is for initial recruitment The other is actually going into Grant Writing Workshop Planned The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and The National Institute for Strategic and Tactir;al Planning will host a free professional grant writing workshop The workshop will cover basic grant writing and will take place on Saturday, November 5th The workshop which will focus on professional grant writing, will be held at the West Tampa Public Library, 2312. lJn ion from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Its target audience is staff members, administrators, board mem bers of non-profit organiza tions, faith-based organiza tions and other tax-exempt status organizations. Anyone interested in attending the session, must reserve space because seating is limited. Those interested must pre-register and obtain an invitation. No one without an invitation will be admitted, Michael Randolph said. For more information, contact Randolph at (813) 254-6297. Please send seating request to: wefindgrants@aol.com or mikeconsultant@gmail .com and to attain ai } invitation and workshop packet. DR. TAMARA BAKER Assistant Professor, School of Aging Studies, University of South Florida the homes of the patients and conducting educational ses sions, addressing barriers and presenting resources," Dr. Baker said She stated that there are huge disparities in cancer pain management as it pertains to Blacks and whites. Her ultimate goal is to address those disparities to ensure that everyone will have equal access to the ser vices available. The grant will support her efforts to exam ine those disparities among older adults. Dr. Baker further said, "The use of elderly adults, in this study, will provide new m information on the role psy-::C chosocial factors have on influencing the management N of cancer pain symptoms. g This project is a simple and U) direct method of providing important information to older adults who are often misinformed and disenfran chised." A native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dr. Baker graduated from North Carolina Central University in Durham with a B. A. Degree in Psychology. She continued her education at Norfolk State University, where she earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. She earned her doctoral degree from Penn State in Bio Behavioral Health She is married to Dr. Nathan Thomas and the mother of two children. When allows, she enjoys read ing and spending time with her family. Primary mentors on the project are: Dr. Bill Haley, Dr. Susan McMillan, and Dr. Brent Small all of the "11 r-0 ::c c )> C/) m z -f z University of South Florida; m Dr. Lodovico. 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O'l Editorials & Columns 1'--C\1 a: w co 0 1-(.) 0 Cl C/) w ::> 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( U SPS 2 02 140 ) 2207 21s t A v enu e Tampa Flo r i d a 33605 ( 813 ) 248-1921 Pu b lis h e d E very T ue s d ay and Fri da y B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. M e mber of Na t i o nal Ne w spape r P u blishers Association ( NNPA ) and Ama l gamated Publishers I nc .. Ne w York 1990 94 C P T ime lnternat i ona l POSTMASTER : Send Add r e s s Chang e To: Flori da Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical P ostage P aid At T ampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (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 HAROLD ADAMS CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions$44. 00-6 Months Both Editions : $87.00-Pe r Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of t hi s n e wspaper by Columnists or Gues t Wrilers d o no! necessa rily reflecllhe ed il or i a l s l ance o f The Florida Sentinel Bulletin o r !he Publisher. ::t I Hope, Faith And Good Humorl C 0 verheard during the weekend: "What do President a: Barack Obama and Tampa Bay Bucs Coach Raheem LL Morris have in common? [Answer] They are two C Black men who have inherited somebody else's mess!" Even though it hurts to laugh, we thought that one was funny. It's also true! Though unbelievably talented and capable for the jobs they both have tackled, President Obama and Head Coach w Raheem would be the first to admit that they've been fighting an uphill battle. As for President Obama, though he has > done even more than he promised he'd do during his cama: paign speeches, news media and political foes have joined W gun-shy banks to shoot holes in the tires of an Obama [j Administration that has ridden in like a cavalry to save the 0 day! w It seems, even though a revived federal government has taken the lead in bailing out banks, automobile industries, .:::; housing and many other at-risk areas of American life, Ill thereby saving our nation from a second Great Depression, what should have been non-stop HOORAY has instead been a. one stiff stream of THANKS, BUT NO THANKS! Z President and Mrs. Obama traveled to Copenhagen in an tj effort to bring home the next Olympic Games. They were ..J booed by some, even before their plane left Washington. 3 President Obama was conferred the Nobel Peace Prize, only Ill to receive Bronx-Cheers from many Republicans other ..J political sour-pusses who simply couldn't see the nobility in W their President being given such an award. And what's there to say about poor beleaguered Bucs z coach Raheem Morris? Is it that he is simply not able or W that Bucs fans are simply not worthy? Per\taps, the probCJ) lem for both President Obama and Morris is white America is simply not ready! a: 0 ..J LL lA Race To Save Mother Earth I Did you go to church, last week? Well, if you attended church, mosque J!:t l'Y.Ill!g9gpe, last Sunday,. we hope you reserved at least five minutes of prayertime to medicate how we human beings can take better care of the space we share on planet earth. This past Sunday was designated as a day to increase awareness of our desperate need to slow down global warming and to restore Mother Earth's well-being, as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, too many of us are not aware or simply don't care about how fast we are destroying our planet. Notice we are using the pronoun "we!" Keep in mind, if you don't place trash in proper receptacles, if you help to clog the atmosphere with gas fumes, if you help consume and do not replace the earth's forests and do many other things that molest the equilibrium of our planet's physical wellbeing, then, as an elder Tampan used to say, "You're name is Lou and you go, too!" And that includes many of our politicians and industrialists who are happily ignoring warning signs and scientists' predictions of how quickly humanity is reaching "critical mass," regarding carbon emissions, global warming and oceans rising. Long gone are the four seasons many Americans once enjoyed, especially in the North. In Australia, many farmers have stopped raising cattle and o:t W planting crops because of an 18-year drought. And did you (!) know that many frogs and other amphibians, that have i: been on earth for the past 300 million years, are now facing extinction, THANKS TO YOU AND ME? 'HNIC' To AHect Mavor's Race St. P etersburg is all set to e l ect a n ew mayor for th e n ex t four yea r s The e l ec tion w as s upp osed to b e a c lose one between Bill Foster and Kathleen Ford. Howev er, a HNIC remark by candida t e Ford m ay have insured a victory for candi date Foster. The HNIC remark mad e by Ms. Ford on a radio show refers to 'head negro in charge.' We use 'negro' in order to be politically correct in tod ay's society versus u s ing the 'N -word'. Many Blacks consider that HNIC reference to be racist and d eroga tory when used by whites. For what it is worth, Kathleen Ford is white and a lot of Blacks are upset with the lady over that remark. Some say it shows bad judg-m ent, wh il e others say it is indica tive of how she really f ee l s a bout Blacks Still others believe the r emarks were aimed at the highly respected deputy mayor, Golitha Davis, who is Black. To be fair to Ms. Ford, she has a history of putting her foot in between her te e th The qu estion is, did she stick h e r foot in too far this tim e? The primary election was a close contest between Ford and Foster. A Black candidate in the mayor' s race fin i shed third in the race based upon a strong voter support from the African American voters. Neither Ford or Foster got a lot of Black votes. I had already predicted that the ultimate winner of the Marcus Garvev: Another Black Nationalist! E ven though I had been taught that Marcus Garvey (1887-1940) was a pioneer Black Nationalist, somehow, I always had the impression that there was a "love-hate" relationship between him and most Black people Given Garvey's ideas and the time period (1920s) he came to national prominence and power, there is no doubt that many of Garvey's ideas were considered "radical" and just as in the 1960s, Garvey, like H. "Rap" Brown, was both admired and feared. Indeed, many Blacks were afraid to be associated with them even though they agreed with or supported their ideas Born in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, Garvey was the youngest of 11 children and moved to Kingston, Jamaica at the age of 14 where he immediatel y became involved in social reform. There, he learned excellent speaking and writing skills, which he used to protest the poor living conditions of Kingston's labor class and establish a newspaper, The Watchman, to publicize his views. Leaving Jamaica in quest of financial support for his pro jects to improve living conditions for Black people, Garvey was disappointed to find Blacks living in similar conditions throughout Central America and South America Thus, in 1911, Garvey returned to Jamaica and formed the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), an organization he used to espouse Black unity, pride and African heritage as a means of uplifting Black people all over the world. Later, Garvey moved to England and spent six years working for an Egyptian scholar and learning about the history of Africa. In 1918, Garvey moved to New York City and established UNIA chapters and a "Back to Africa" program for the resettlement of Blacks in Africa. At that time, Garvey repudiated the "moderation" ideas of Booker T. Washington, believing Blacks would never achieve equality unless they became independent and formed their own nations, governments, businesses, and military orga. nizations. Indeed, Garvey's ideas attracted wide support in New York City where thousands of Blacks joined UNIA, and at least 30 more UNIA chapters were formed By 1919, Garvey founded the African Communities League (ACL) and the Negro ma y or' s e l e ct i on would b e th e candidate tha t was abl e t o dominate the African American vo t e r s. The white community o r the n o n-Bl ac k vot e r s did n o t see mu c h diff e r e n ce b etween Ford and Foster. Proj ec tion s a r e that th e tw o wi ll basica ll y split the nonBlac k votes and the Black votes wou ld b e the d eciding factor. The real qu estion i s, did Ms. Ford's 'HNIC' remarks decid e the Black vot es ? Ther e is another s id e to the 'HNIC' theory. It i s a t e rm or statement th a t is often u sed by Blacks in referring to ourselves and other Blacks. Should we call ourselves something we don't want ot h ers to call us? If we are insulted by cer t ai n terms, statements or expressions shouldn't we be insulted regardless to who call s or refers to us with these expres sions? I have often asked if we get fighting mad when a white senselessly kills a Black. Shouldn't we be just as mad when a Black senselessly kills a Black? But what do I know? I am just thinking out loud Factories Corporation (NFC). The NFC was a chain of cooperative grocery stores, a restaurant, a laundry, a tailor and dressmaking shop, a hat store and a publishing company. After publishing the newspaper The Negro World, Garvey launched a tour of America preaching Black Nationalism and also began a steamship shipping company, the Black Star Line for engaging in trade between Africa and America. In 1920, Garvey began negotiating with the government of Liberia for the repatriation of Blacks to Liberia. However, Liberia withdrew support from Garvey, fear ing Garvey intended to seize power in Liberia and establish his own empire. A series of financial problems with the business ven tures and the Black Star Line, coupled with betrayal by his trusted aides resulted in Garvey's arrest and conviction of U S mail fraud. Sentenced to 5 years in prison in 1923, Garvey had his sen, tence commuted by President Calvin Coolidge, was released from prison and was deported to Jamaica. After a brief stint of failed political campaigning, Garvey left Jamaica for England in 1935 where he died five years later, of a stroke. He had fathered two sons by his second wife, Amy Jacques Garvey who promoted Garvey's ideas until her death in the 1970s. Garvey's ideas strongly influenced Black leaders all over the world and continue to shape Black self-determination policies, e ve n today. Harambee!

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Pictures From The Past Wilma and Gail Gordon are all smiles for the photographer. Beautiful ladies Phyllis Rose Greene and Helen Smith. Beauty Of The Week, .Yvonne Tucker. c: m en c 0 0 d m m ::rJ 1\) ...... 1\) 0 0 z c :!:! c Attending the Forest Heights Community Center Addition Dedication service are Clement Gibson, Melvin Stone, Bob Morrison and Rev. Walter Turner.

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O'l 8 Local N ffi Father, Son Take lead In East Tampa Cll g Rebirth Of Central Park Area Communitv Garden 0 C/) UJ :::> 1-BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer h a pp e n s with th e Cent r a l P a rk prop e rty," said Bogan. A.-; th e Tampa H o u sing Aut hority con tin u es t o see k funding f o r th e red e \ elopment o f th e Central Park Village prop e rty a fath e r anJ son ha Y e t a k e n th e l e ad in th e rebirth of th e area. PRESTON lAWRENCE And WYATT BOGAN It' s not a bar a lth o u g h it d oes h ave a dub f eeling. It 's m o r e of a gathe rin g pla ce for fri e11ds a nd family. W e loo k f o rward to p eople co min g a nd e njo y in g a dean, whol e so me setting." Preston Lawrence and his so n Wyatt Bogan, have opened the F&S Sports Club a t 1222 East Scott Street. F eatming an old and new school mix, the sports club >-offers an array of entertain( ment for its guests. 0::: For more than 30 years, U. Preston Lawrence was 0 president of the Blue Flame Social Club. He hopes that >-experience v.ill spell success for the sports club he shares Cf) with his son. "All of the events we used 1-to put on at the Blue Flame Social Club and the Motorcycle Club gave us the idea of how to operate the sports club," said Lawrence. "This is om first venture together, and it wasn 't diffi cult finding a location. We picked a landmark location, formerly known as Mama D's Store." Now open to the general public, both men want to be a part of_ the new growth of the Central Park area. "We want to be well rooted in the area before anything Th e sports club is open every night except Tu esJay from 7 p.m until 2 a.m. On Saturdays, th ey open at 12 noon for the college football crowd. Lawrence anJ Bogan want everyone to bring a friend and watch all sporting events in a party atmosphere on their big screen televisions They also offer drink spe cials as well as barbecue on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information on this new sports club, call (813) 451-4467, or (813) 270-4112. (ij 0 UJ :I: C/) :::::i Cll :::> a. z ...J ...J :::> Cll _j UJ z 1-z UJ C/) <( 0 0::: g u. Becoming A Realitv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The idea of a community garden in East Tampa is noth ing new Even a piece of land had been acquired to make it a reality. But, nothing ever happened. Last Tuesday during the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership meeting, Mrs. Mary Ortiz (her partner, Frances Brooks was not in attendance) spoke to the Community Redevelopment Agency board and once again MARIA ORTIZ And FRANCES BROOKS suggested the creation of an "Among the benefits that East Tampa community garcan be gained from having a den community garden are garden Because of the c reation of plots that would b e available Tax Increm ent Finance (TIF) to members of the East dollars for the revitalization of Tampa community; fresh vegEast Tampa, Mrs. Ortiz's etables and flowers from our suggestion is close to becomgarden to your home; a great ing a reality. way to learn to garden or In a vote of confidence CRA teach your gardening skills, board, and City Council m e mand an opportunity for posib e r, John Dingfelder, suptive social inte raction port e d Mrs. Ortiz's suggesbetween p eop le of all ages in tion . the n e ighborhood." "My wife and I are mem-Mrs. Ortiz said she and b e rs of a community garden Mrs. Brooks have spent a in Town N Country, and it is a lot of time coming up with the thing of beauty. It is a positive concept of the garden, and way to bring people together, they've already acquired a and th e products that are propiece of land on East 28th duc ed in the garden can be of Avenue, between 10th and b e nefit to eve ryon e in the nth Stre e ts. community." "The owner has agreed to City of Tampa East Tampa allow us to use it for two D evelopment.Mana.ger, Ed.. ____ Johnson, also supported ties we will looking at later, Mrs. Ortiz's idea and gave because we want more than her p 9s itive feedback one community I think what Mrs. Ortiz is We need something that suggesting is a gre at idea for can bring the community East Tampa and represents together. I think this will be exactly wliat the TIF dollars an important part of the can be used for. All she needs rebuilding of East Tampa and to do is submit an outlined this is far better aesthetplan to the ETCRP, the ics. This is something we can Community Action all be proud of." Committee, and the Tampa Mrs. Ortiz and. Mrs. City Council, and I can see no Brooks have already out-reason why this ca .n't hap-lined the layout of the garden, p en." and say it will make the plantIn her presentation, Mrs. ing easy for all of those Ortiz explains what a cominvolved. munity garden is and its benAnyone who wants to get efits. involved with this project, A community garden is a give their input or have any piece of land shared by the questions, contact Ms. Ortiz community to grow vegetable at (813) 247-2050, or M,rs. and flowers Brooks at (813) 234-5065

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RETHA SINGLETON HOBBS Celebration Thursday, October 29th at the Hors es hoe. Local Give Them Something To Talk About KIMKESHA Happ y b e lat e d birthday to myK.immi!! Love, wifey-type Coalition Of 100 Black Women Installs New OHicers The Coalition of1oo Women installed new officers at a recent ceremony. Officers seated from left to right: Ida Campbell Williams, Treasurer; Luvator Henry Nelson, Recording Secretary; Doris Scott, 1st Vice President; London, President; Lonnie Carson, Corresponding Secretary; and Betty Briggs-Johnson, 3r Vice President. Standing from left: Antonia Barber, Sergeant-At-Arms; Belinthia Berry, Public Relations; Jacqueline Wilds, 2nd Vice President; Sandra R. Bell, Financial Secretary; Freddie Hudson, Member-At-Large; Jennifer Karriem, Member-At-Large; Dee Merritt Bell, Parliamentarian; Renee Cocroft, Chaplain; Hattie Bowers, Berdina Bonds, Member-At-Large; Sharon West, Member-At-Large; and not shown, Ora Chester, Historian. (Photo by Julia Jackson) IfYou Live In The Historic District Of West Tampa, Tampa Heights And Ybor City And Your Property Is Older Than 75 Years Old And You Need Improvements To Your Home . I CAN FIX YOUR HOME FOR FREE! Call Me@ 813-900-6370 I CAN FIX YOFR ROME FOR FREE! Sea...-.e1Bulletin Blake's Homecoming Yellow Jackets, past and present of Howard W Blake High School and Don Thompson are encouraged to attend the Homecoming Football game on Friday, October 30, 2009. The Yellow Jackets will take on Lakewood at 7:30 p. m. Come out and show your school spirit! Local -1 c m (/) Cl Teenage Mom Uses Experience As Stepping Stone }< 0 () -1 0 aJ m JJ 1\) -...! 1\) 0 0 (0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Thr ee days b e for e h e r 1 7 th birthday, Ms. Alysia Hopkins b ecame a mother. But, ins tead of using h e r experi e nc e as a hindrance s h e decided to use it as a s t e p ping-ston e to a b e tt e r future. Two years ago, Ms. Hopkins opened th e doors o f All About You Support Services, LLC. The company is a Medicaid Waiver Provider, contracted through the State of Florida to provide a service to persons with disabilities Ms. Hopkins said her company is licensed by the State of Florida, it is state cer tified, bonded, and insured. "We recently received accreditation with the Better Business Bureau and we continue to demonstrate the qualities that are essential for helping people with disabilities grow strong in mind, body and spirit," she said. The company provides Respite Companion, In-Home Support, Supported Employment Coaching and Supported Living Coach to adults with developmental disabilities. Ms. Hopkins said she could easily h ave given up when she discovered her pregnancy. But she didn' t want to become another sta tistic. She said her mother, Ms. Sheryl Clark, didn't t alk much with her about life, but put her words into action. "I appreciate that today more because action speaks louder than words. I had gotten a part time job and returned to school six weeks after having my daughter. My mother told me that my education was very important. With the help of God and family support, I was blessed to graduate from Tampa Bay Technical High School and I continued to work." Following graduation, Ms. MS. ALYSIA HOPKINS ... Enjoys Helping Others Hopkins enlisted in th e U. S. Army and was trained as a Financial Specialist with a departure day. As the date grew near, Ms. Hopkins said she was offered employment with the Hillsborough County' Board of Commissioners in the Headstart Program. At the age of 23, she gave birth to her son and realized the time had come for her to further her education and create a future for her family. She enrolled in Springfield College and earned h e r Bachelor's Degree and Master' s Degree in umiii ., r 0 ::D c )> en m Z ::::! z m r I tD c r r m -4 ;:z Services. ""D "I love to help others and I know my purpose in life is to r help others. Th e Lord tra ns-en formed m e to do what He wanted m e to do h e lp oth-c ers," Ms. Hopkins said Ms. Hopkins is married to m Keith Hopkins and the mother of two children, -4 Antalicia and Dennarius. C The family attends Hope Of rn Shiloh Community Church. C "As a teen mother, some-times I had to work two jobs )> to provide for my children. My advice to teen mothers is ., to put God first in your. life ::D and your children before any-C thing else. Get your educa-tion. Always do right by your children and everything will fall into place. It will be hard, hut nothing good in life comes easy," Ms. Hopkins said : .. SOCIAL SECURITY ENTITLEMENT FOR THE DISABLED Call: Michael A. Steinberg Attorney At Law {813) 221-1300

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en 8 Local N ,....._ N a:: UJ en 0 1-u 0 Actor Treats Woman To Evening 0 (f) UJ => 1-Out On The Town Ms. Sophine Burton Oeft) was treated to dinner and a movie by actor Chris Rock Following The 'Oprah Winfrey Show'. 0 0::: BY IRIS B. HOLTON LL Sentinel City Editor 0 z <( Ms. Sophine Burton was still trying to digest her 0 recent appearance on the f3 Oprah Winfrey Show last => week. But, before she had a 1-chance to fully comprehend her visit to Chicago and the show, she received another UJ call. 0 This time, the call came from actor Chris Rock, who CfJ also appeared on the show with her. The two had met => a.. after Ms. Burton sent Oprah Winfrey an e-mail z denouncing the movie, "Good Hair." Ms. Burton -1 -1 was offended by the movie and said during a telephone interview with the Sentinel, "I thought it was degrading 1-us because he didn't talk z UJ (f) a::: g LL about other cultures. There was nothing positive about us. I work in corporate America and it's nobody's business if it's my hair or weave," she said. The movie is about Black wcimen and their weave hair styles. She was invited to appear on a live segment of the show with actor Chris Rock. Ms. Burton said, "A lot of people saw Oprah's Show and congratulated me on expressing my disappointment with the movie "Good Hair." She is still receiving telephone calls from people who saw the show. But, last week, she received a call from an unregistered number and didn't answer it. She said the call came through again and she still didn't answer it The call went to the mailbox and Ms. Burton co retrieved the message. It was UJ fwm Chris Rock, who wanted to invite her and seva.. eral friends for a night of entertainment and of course; watching the movie "Good Hair," dinner, and limou sine service at his expense. "I didn't believe it at first So I called the number he left for his assistant. After talking with his assistant a couple of times I was convinced." The group of 7 that included her mother, Ms. Josephine Burton, sister, Ms. Jekayla McCulster, and four friends, dined at Capital Grill before traveling to Ybor City to watch the movie. After watching the movie, Ms. Burton, said she talked to Rock and thanked him for his generosity. However, her opinion has not changed. Ms. Burton said, "I still feel the same. I talked to him afterwards and told him that it just makes us really look bad." However, she describes events that have taken place during the last few weeks as "An experience of a lifetime." Ms. Burton, who the co-founder of the mentoring organization, "Girlz Talk," felt that Hollywood, and specifically Chris Rock, had a responsibility to present more positive images. She also recently launched "Sophine's Sweet Tooth," a business special izing in cakes and cookies. She also works as an Administrative Assistant with Raymond James. Castor Secures Help For Port Workers, Businesses WASHINGTON, D .C. Congresswo m a n Kathy Castor has s u ccessf ull y added a provision to a bill that will help workers and businesses a t the Port of Tampa and other ports throughout the State of Florida Castor's a m endment gets rid of duplicative a nd cost l y b ac kground c he c ks for port workers and businesses. These duplicative background c h ecks h ave been hurtin g port business a nd h ave been a n add ition a l expe n se for port workers. Th e Transportation Worker lD Card (TWlC), i s a n a tion a l sta nd ard por:t sec u rity c red e nti al. The TWIC crede nti a l s-year card costs about $132. In Florida, port w ork e r s a r e r e quir ed to pay $100-$ 130 for the ca rd National Candlelight Vigil Planned The Third Annual (NOPE) National Candlelight Vigil will be held on Thursday, October 29th Thousands of people will light candles, bow their heads in silence, and take a stance against the destruc tive forces of drug abuse in dozens of vigils across the country The vigil is one of the vig ils that will be held in Hillsborough County at the Faith Outreach Center, 7607 Sheldon Road The vigil is in memory of those lost to drugs and alcohol-related deaths and those suffering from the disease of addic tion Recently retired Florida Office of Drug Control Director Bill Janes will discuss the strategies NOPE and the authorities are using to fight back against pre scription pill abuse. Families will share the pain of losing their loved ones to drugs. Poster boards and a video will show the faces and stories of teenagers and adults who died of drug poisoning "Through awareness we can help open the doors to recovery by eliminating the prejudice that has followed the disease of addiction The memory of our children, our relatives and our friends who have passed will live on in our hearts, forever honored and memorialized," NOPE s Executive Director Karen Perry said. To add your story to the Memorial Wall and Video, please call NOPE at 866-612NOPE or register online at CITY OF JUDAH WORSHIP CENTER 11512 N. NEBRASKA AVE, TAMPA, FLORIDA 33612 COME & CELEBRATE WITH Us FOR OUR CHURCH'S 4TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

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Local c m en 0 Tampa Housing Authoritv Hosts 9th Housing Heroes ScholarshiP Gala 0 0 0 ID m JJ I\) Members of the T a mp a Hou s ing A uth o rity recently h eld their gth Annua l Housing Heroes Scho l a rship Gala. Th e event p a id tribut e to 3 6 Hillsborough County Publi c School principals and three recipi e nt s of the Dr. Margaret Fish e r Scholarship The guest speaker for th e event was Mrs. MaryEllen Elia, Su perinten d ent of the Hill sboro u g h County Public School Distri ct. Th e event was h e ld a t th e Crowne Pla z a Hotel a nd consisted of a sile nt auctio n dinn e r and th e mu sica l entertainment was provid ed b y "E vidence." (Photography by BRUNSON). Dr. Maurice Harvey is shown with his aunt, Dr. Alma Hires at the scholarship gala. Denese Meteye-James, left, is shown with Wence Cunningham, Director of Public Housing, and Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James (Anna Ivery) Beauford, Jr., were among those attendance at the gala. -"""" I\) 0 0 (0 Among those attending the gala were Carlton, Robin, Jordan, and Maegan Philyor. Roberta Horsley at the 9th An rnual Housing Heroes and 0 Scholarship Gala. JJ 0 > Ms. Staci Parker, Tampa Housing Authority employee. Cherrie Smith and Martin Williams attended the scholarship gala. Mr. and Mrs. Norris (Carolyn Hepburn) Collins were among the banquet attendees. God Has Placed It On Mom & Pop Pittman's Heart Again, To Bring The Family Together To Pray, Sing And Fellowship,Because In TlllleB Like These We Need To Show Love And Know That Families That Pray Together Stay Together. We Are Inviting All Our Family, Friends, CoWorkers Even The Ones We Don't Know We Would Love To Meet And Greet You caatar For Mannastaaon 3102 Featuring The Family Groups: ............ . ...... ... .......... ......... ,. .. ... ..... Ton y Pittman & The J.Iarm onyWinds Tampa Tyrell Pittman & The taffipa Boys -Tampa Tracey Pittman "Tra-va-nes" Tampa Sisters Of Faith Tampa The Little G.K's Great Grands Special Guests Blest by 4 Tuscaloosa, AL The Gospel Pearls Lake City, SC en m z ::::1 z m r I IIJ c r rm ::::1 z m < m :::o < c m en 0 > z 0

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r------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 Local C\1 ,..... C\1 a: w r:c 0 1-() 0 > <( OJ Doc Celebrates Birthdav At Tampa live c en Popu lar club disc jockey, 'Doc D ce l ebrated his birthday rece ntl y a t th e popular nig htclub, Tampa Live. (Photos b y Julia Jackson) 1-c a: u. c z <( c en w ;::) 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :J m ;::) D. z tu ..J ..J ;::) m ..J w z t= z w en a: 0 ..J u. 0 ,.. W (!) Pat and Sheena at Tampa Live. Ray Earl at the birthday party for DJ Doc. Big.'T' at Tampa Live for DJ Doc's birthday party. Mr. Too Cool holding it down. ....... Woodv Celebrated His Birthdav At A Popular Hang Out Woody ce l ebra t e d hi s bitthday a t a p o pul a r Ybo r C i ty nig ht spo t (Photos b y Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree, Woody, center, with Roosevelt and Mary. Mr. G and Big AI enjoying the celebration TRINA ': )? -'t Big Tim was on guard for the everiing. For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Thursday Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And live Blue Crabs Large Orders.

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Entertainment Sonv Looks For Box OHice Hit With 'This Is It' MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES-Heading toward its October 28 release, Michael Jackson movie "This Is It" looks like a box office winner for Sony's Columbia Pictures movie stu dio with one estimate saying it could make more than $ 6oo million worldwide in a limited two-week mn. Jackson's many fans are hungry for one last chance to see th e i r idol s ing a n d dance on screen and the film s m akers promise a n image of him th a t i s more like th e p o p s t a r w h o rul ed th e c h a rt s in th e 1980s, a nd l ess lik e th e fra il p a p a r azz i t a r ge t h e see m e d in r e c e nt yea rs Industr y wat c h e rs sa y th e unique n a ture of 'Thi s Is It" part documentary and part concert film starring a legend who is no longer living make it difficult to judge how successful it will be for Sony Corp unit Columbia Pictures because there are few, if any, comparisons to it. Based on the $6o million Columbia paid to release the film, plus marketing costs, and taking into account distribution fees it will earn, industry insiders predict the film needs to make just over $ 100 million at worldwide box offices to profit. Jackson Fans Prepare For Concert Movie Farewell Michael Jackson fans dance as the last few minutes of their three-day wait arrives to buy tickets to a special screening of the Michael Jackson film "This Is It," at LA Live in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES -Michael fans will get a tantalizing glimpse of what might have been Tuesday as the movie chart ing the tragic singer's final concert rehearsals makes its More hours of behind-the:..scenes footage for Jackson's aborted comeback have been distilled into a two-hour film being hyped by organizers as the last ever performance by the "King of Pop." 01'8112 To 3 Sizes In 10 Gastric Bypass SUrgery No Lipo Suction No Tummy Tuck No Dieting No Exercise A --a. NBc For More Jackson family members and stars are expected to descend on a re d carpet at Los Angeles's Nokia Theater, one of more than 15 simulta.:. neous premieres being held in across five continents. The movie -'This Is It" -will go on a limited twoweek release in theaters worldwide from Wednesday, with advance tickets in several countries selling out within days of going on sale last month. Mario's 'Break Up' Connects With Fans MARIO ' NEW YORK --The last time singer Mario saw the pinnacle of Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart was in 2005. That's when "Let Me Love You"-from his 2004 second album, "Turning Point" -reached No. 1. Four years and two albums later, the Baltimore crooner finds himself close to reclaiming that zenith On the most recent edition of the chart, Break Up" logs its 11th week at No. 2 Featuring Sean Garrett and Gucci Mane, it's the lead single from Mario's fourth album, "D.NA." D.C. Residents Want Angelou Memoir Banned MAYAANGELOU Some residents of Orange County, Calif. are trying to remove Maya Angelou's classic memoir "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" froni school libraries in Huntington Beach, claiming it is inappropriate for child ren. A scene a book that the rape of an eight year-old girl was read aloud Monday night during the Huntington Beach City Council meeting. "I'm not happy to read this, I'm not proud to read this," said Huntington Beach resi dent Judy Ahrens, according to KABC. "It's very uncomfortable to read it, but we have to do things that aren't comfortable for the sake of our kids." the protesters say they're upset the book can be found in school libraries in four separate school districts. -4 c m CJ) c Ludacris Endorses Atlanta Mavoral Candidate 0 (') d A TLANT A -A tl anta r appe r Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges a nd mu s i c m ogul Chaka Zulu ar e b o th throwin g th e ir s up p o rt b e hind Atlant a may oral c a ndid a t e Kasim Reed. Th e two joine d for ces to host a c e l ebrity fundraise r for Reed Sunda y On Saturday, NBA Hall of Famer Julius "Dr. J" Erving" and comedian Steve Harvey co-hosted a private campaign event for Atlanta mayoral candidate Lisa Borders. The "This is it" event was designed to build momen-LUDACRIS tum before the Nov. 3 election. Other athletes and artists were also in attendance to support Borders' bid to become Atlanta's next mayor. m m :II 1\) -....! 1\) 0 0 CD Kanve West's Paparazz. i Case Dismissed ., r-0 :II After a couple of rough months that found him get ting massive flack for inter rupting Taylor Swift at the VMAs and canceling his tour with Lady Gaga, Kanye West got some very good news on Friday Though he was not present for the rul ing, West caught a break when a Los Angeles court commissioner dismissed all three misdemeanor charges against the rapper in con nection with a scuffle with paparazzi at the Los Angeles KANYEWEST CJ) m z :::! z m r;m c r rm -4 :z "0 c m International Airport in September 2008. m c m < lil Wavne Stil. l Faces ChQrues.ln Arizona After Guiltv Plea In New York m -4 c m CJ) c :J> z Q ., Even with his guilty plea to gun charges in New York on Thursday which brought an expected sentence of one year in prison -Lil Wayne's lega1 trouble s .. are not quite over . The rapper (born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.), 27, stili taJ5 a number of drug and gun charges in Arizona, where he was arrested in January 2008 by DEA agents. Earlier this month, a trial date was set for.that case, according to the Yl:lma Sun newspaper, whtch that attorneys agreed on March 30 as the start date. .The AriZona charges stem from a January 2008 arrest when Wayne's tour bus was stopped by border patrol officers on Interstate 8 -which has a number of checkpoints due to its use by drug traffickers and illegal LILWAYNE aliens. During a search of the bus, occupied by seven otherpassengers and a driver, the border patrol. and police found drugs, over $22,ooo in cash and three firear,ms. One of the guns, a .4o.:caliber pistol, ::c 6 was registered to Wayne in Florida, where he has con cealed carry permit, and the ;g other two weapons were C) legally registered to mem-m bers of Wayne's camp. .... .....

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(J') 0 0 N ,....._ N a: w Ill 0 1-(.) 0 c en w ::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :J Ill ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> Ill I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Sports Ranlers Run Wild Over Spartans BY TED TAYLOR Coming off two disappointing losses in a row, the Rattlers had an attitude that was taken out against the Norfolk State Spartans on Saturday afternoon in Bragg Stadium. Before a homecoming turnout of 17,049, with what appeared to be twice as many in the stadium, FAMU unve iled a new video scoreboard and an offense not previousl y seen this season en route to a 3420 p as ting of the Spartans. F AMU scored on all of its first-half possessions at tim es using a version of the 'wi ldcat' formation called the "Wi ld Rattler." FAMU took the opening kickoff 67 yards in seven plays over a 4:13 time span to go up 7-0 on a one-yard grab by fullback Mykel Benson from quar-t erback Curtis Pulley. U s ing a goo d kickoff ret urn th e Spartans a n swered with i t s own seve n-play drive covering 31 yards in 2 :14 to quickly tie th e score Afterwards, F AMU u sed a 22-yard field goal by Trevor Scott t o r e t ake the lead at 10-7. A drive that started near midfi e ld after a short Sparta ns punt near the e nd of the first quarter resulted in a touchdown run of 22 yards by runningback Phillip Sylvester early in the second quarter. FAMU padded the lead four minutes later when Pulley connected with Benson on a 30-yard bomb out of the tight end position. The drive covered 96 ya rds for a 24-7 advantage. The Spartans quickly answered in two plays on a 51-yard bomb from quarterback Dennis Brown to Penn State transfer Chris Bell who outjumped the defender. The point-after kick was blocked. FAMU was not don e yet as it upped the lead to 31-13 when Pulley darted through the Spartans on a 51-yard scam per. The seco nd half was qui e t for both t ea ms. Early in th e f ourth quarte r Norfolk cut the lead t o 31-20 on a r 7 yard pass from Brown t o P. J. Ha-yden. On its next possession, Scott kick ed a 30-yard field goal for the final sco r e. Pulley had another big day gaining 185 rushing yards on 1 7 carries and the touchdown Tun. He also passed for 1s1 yards on 13-of-22 and the two touchdown passes. Sylvester gained 92 yards on 18 carries. The FAMU defense held Norfolk to 225 total yards. The Wild Rattler formation featured All-American kick returner Leroy Vann. It is another way the coaching staff seeks to tak e advantage of his athleticism. FAMU trav e ls to Baltimore n ex t Saturday to play the Morgan State Bears in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. The Bears' record is identical to the Rattlers at 5-2, 3-1 and they were tied with South Carolina State for the MEAC lead until losing to Delaware State on Saturday afternoon. Wildcats Come Up Short BYTEDTAYLOR The Winston-Salem State Rams joqrneyed from Carolina to spoil homecoming for Bethune-Cookman University with a goal line stand before 7,957 on a part ly cloudy hot day in Municipal Stadium. The 1610 victory also broke a two game win streak for the Wildcats. Both teams got off to a slow start by failing to score for almost the first half of the game. It was not until the 3:29 mark that B-CU crossed the goal line on a one-yard run by Androse Bell. The score was a result of a sustained drive of So yards in 19 plays that consumed n:25 of possession time. However, after forcing a punt by the Rams, the usual Wildcat nemesis reared its ugly head when an errant pitch by quarterback Matt Johnson to second-string quarterback Maurice Francois, who started at slotback was recovered by the Rams at the B-CU 21yard line, with a little over a minute left in the first half. On the second play, quarter back Jarrett Dunston hit wide receiver Dominique Fitzgerald with a 12-yard pas,s. The point-after missed for a 7-6 halftime score. In the middle of the third quarter, the Wildcats added a 31-yard field goal b/:kory Kowalski to increase the lead to 10-6. Even though they had the advantage of the missed point-after to work with, the 'Cats would not dot the scoreboard any more. In the final quarter, the Rams used a touchdown run of twelve yards by Cedrick Hickman and a 36-yard field goal by Landen Thayer to set up the final drama. The 'Cats had the opportunity to use the sixpoint deficit for a dramatic finish to make it party time. With Francois under tenter, he guided a 72-yard drive in eleven plays over the final five-plus minutes that led to a fourth down play from the 3-yard line. Bell was stopped at the 1-yard line with 19 seconds left and Winston-Salem was able to get its first victory in seven tries. Seeking ways to get some consistency in the Wyattbone option attack, Coach Alvin Wyatt started Francois at slot back. Along with Johnson, the two were involved in three lost fumbles, which as usual led to the 'Cats problems. The Wildcats defense was stout holding the Rams to 267 total yards. But, the offense could only muster 217 yards. Also, for the first time in a while, the Wildcats played with discipline by committing only three penalties for 26 yards. Next up for B-CU is a Mid Eastern Athletic Conference date with the Aggies of North Carolina A & Tin Greensboro. It will be homecoming for the 4-3, 3-2 Aggies, so B-CU will have the opportunity to spoil a homecoming. Earlv Turnover Hurts Bucs In Wemblev loss To Pats WEMBLEY, ENGLAND The ton e was se t by a n early turnov er, a nd th e Tampa Bay Buccaneers could do littl e to get back in rhythm. Bucs quarterback Josh Johnson threw th e first of his three interceptions on only the fifth play from scrimmage and Brandon Meriweather returned it for a touchdown th a t set the pace for the New England Patriots in a 35-7 win Sunday at Wembley Stadium. The loss is the nth in a row for the Buccaneers (0-7) St. Louis ( 0-7) and Tennessee (o-6) are the only other teams still searc hin g for a victoty. I have to eliminate turnove rs, Johnson sa id. "Turnovers in this l eag u e i s what changes the game around, b eca use that's all it tak es." The Bucs hav e a bye n ext week, so they 'll h ave plenty of time to try to figure out a way to get a win before they host the Green Bay Packers on Nov. B. "We need to work on fund a mentals tackling, catching, blocking. Everything," said Sammie Stroughter, the intended receiver on that first interception. We have to go back to basics Jets' Washington Breaks Leu In Victorv NEW YORK --New York Jets running back Leon Washington broke his right leg in the first qu a rter against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday and underwent surgery after the game. Washington went down on his only carry when a defender rolled up on his right leg after a 6-yard run. Teammates said the bone broke through the skin, and it was visible on the field. Washington was helped off the field by two trainers and then taken away on a cart He was diagnosed with a broken right fibula and LEON WASHINGTON underwent surgery immedi ately after the Jets' 38-o vic tory. The team said he would be out indefinitely. Crabtree Starts For49ers HOUSTON --Michael Crabtree is starting for the San Francisco 49ers. The 6-foot-1 Crabtree, the 10th overall pick in last year's draft was on the field for the 49ers' first possession in Houston. Crabtree signed a six-year contract with the team Oct. 7 after a 71-day holdout. Crabtree did not catch a pass in the 49ers' first three plays from scrimmage. San MICHAEL CRABTREE Francisco did not pick up a first down and punted. \

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Sports Sabathia Walks Awav With AlCS MVP CCSABATHIA NEW YORK --CC Sabathia rece ived a contract from the New York Yankees that matche d his mountainous presence on the mound for one big reason: to lead them back to a World Series title. And, boy has h e deliver e d so far. Sabathia was picked MVP of the American Leagu e championship series on Sunday after two dominant performances in the Yankees' six-game victory over the Los Angeles Angels. "This is a great feeling ," Sabathia said "This is what you come here for to play in the postseason games and try to perform. This feels good but we have a long way to go. From Day 1 of spring training you could tell this was going to be a memorable year for us. Beaslev Involved In New Photo Flap MICHAEL BEASLEY MIAMI --Michael Beasley has been thrown into another photo flap. Seven pictures of the Miami Heat forward asleep on a boat have been posted on celebrity Web site TMZ.com, .including one with several beer bottles and cans on a nearby table. The pictures were taken on a team outing earlier this month. The 20-year-old Beasley said Saturday that he does not drink, and the ship's captain released a statement saying the player did not "consume or eve n touch" alcohol on the trip Team officials also insisted Beasley did nothing wrong. Another compromising photo was posted to Beasley's now-closed Twitter account over the summer, around the time he was a patient at a Houston rehabilitation facility, receiv ing treatment for substance abuse. Beasley said he now values sobriety. Kinos' Jackson To Retire BOBBY JACKSON SACRAMENTO, Bobby Jackson is retiring from the NBA. The 12-year veteran guard, who spent six seasons with Sacramento, made the announcement Friday night before the Kings' preseason finale against the Utah Jazz Jackson averaged 9-7 points per game in his career. He was the league's Sixth Man of the Year in 2002-03 with averages of 15.2 points, 3-7 rebounds and 3 1 assists. The former University of Minnesota star played for Sacramento last season but was not re-signed in the off season. "It's a tough day for me because I'm retiring from professionally playing the game I love, he said. "But it's also a happy day because I'm retiring on my own terms." Jackson will work with the Kings as an ambassador, promoting the team in local appearances and handling' some scouting. Plavers Fined Bv NFL Apologize To Goodell DANTE WESLEY And CLFfON SMITH Players disciplined and fined last week took tl;le ini tiative to personally apolo g ize to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for violat ing player safety rules. Carolina Panthers defen sive back Dante Wesley, suspended without pay for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills for his flagrant hit on Tampa Bay Buccaneers punt returne r Clifton Smith, actua ll y spoke dir ec tl y with Goodell by t elephone to apologize. Wesley ea rli e r had reached Smith, who suffered a con cussion, by phone to express his regrets. Russell Will Remain Raiders' Staner JAMARCUS RUSSELL JaMarcus Russell's benching in Sunday's game against the Jets doesn t mean he' ll lose his starting job. Raiders coach Tom Cable said during his postgame news conference following the 38-o loss that Russell will remain the starting quar terback for the Raiders Russell was pulled from the game midway through the second quarter after com pleting 6 of 11 passes for 61 yards with two interceptions and a costly fumble on the Raiders' first play from scrimmage that led to the Jets' first touchdown. Cable pointed to Russell's three turnovers as his reason for the change. "I thought he was, for the first time, I thought he was really out of sorts early in the game," Cable said. I didn't feel like, at that point, he gave us the best chance to have the success we needed to have offensively and made the move. JaMarcus will continue to be our starter. There s no issue there." BEAUTY UNLIMITED GINA As the weather tries to make up its mind, we can relax and sit back along with this week's Beauty Unlimited. feature, Gina. Gina is a lot more than what you see in the photo above. She's the of attention wherever she goes, and doesn't mind taking her friends along. Gina isn't hard to get along with, but don't sell her short when it comes to maturity. Gina enjoys a good night out on the town, but still knows how to shift gears and get mellow when the sun goes down. When it comes to the man in her life, Gina said he must be special, and stand far above his peers. He must be strong, aware of who he is, and understand his limitations. Congratulations to Gina as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. -t c: m (/) c }< 0 (') d OJ m :::0 1\,) ....... 1\,) 0 0 (0 ., r-0 :::0 (/) m z ::::i z m r;m c: r rm ::::i z "tJ c: m r-Ui :I:' m c m < m :c -< -i c: m (/) c > )> z c ., :c c

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0'1 Funeral 1'N a: w CD 0 1-u 0 Cl en w :::> 1-MR. EMMANUEL H. GETHERS (CUTrER) Homegoing celebration for Emmanuel H. Gethers, who passed away on Sunday, October 25, 2009, at University Community Hospital, will be held on Friday, October 30, 2009, at 10 a. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home in the Edward W. Stone, Sr. and Fannie B. Stone Memorial Chapel, 5016 > N. 22nd Street, Tampa, with of1942. a: Mr. Gethers was a veteran W of World War II and an avid [j golfer. He was preceded in death @ by: his parents, Benjamin ::z::: and Carrie Gethers; and sisen ters, Mildred McBride, Rutha ...J Lemons and Lovie Eunice D Gethers Johnson-Vanes. => He leaves to cherish his D.. memory: special friend, Loretta Kyles; sisters, Ella W "E. N." Cusseaux, Tampa, ...J and Julia Mae Jenkins, ...J Miami; nieces and nephews, :::> Ray Frances Washington of :9 Jacksonville, Dr. Freddye M. uj Lemons, Terrylyn Kroger, z Jewell Sneed, Thelma i= Williams, Kissimmee, James Z Lemons (Cathy), Stone W Mountain, GA, Rudolph en McCarter, Dorothy Johnson < and Elaine Johnson; grand C Jtieces and nephews, Angela a: Walker, Antony Johnson, g NC, Zandell Johnson, LL Orlando, Charles Johnson, Jr., Sharon Johnson Aghaulor, CA, Jarmel Johnson, Daphne, Shephard, Kissimmee, Emanuel Johnson, Sr., Erica Johnson, Lanni Lemons and Khari Lemons; and a host of other relatives from Woodbine, CA Jacksonville, Miami, Indianapolis, IN, and East Orange,NJ. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADmONAL SERVICE Fax (813) 231-0521 Let our fumilytnke cnre of your fumily. e nre the key too fine unci qunlityservire" Harmon Funeral Home John W. Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon. L. F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT JEFFARD (LUCKY) JOHNSON A wake for Jeffard (Lucky) Johnson will be held at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, 33610, from 6-8 p. m. on Thursday, 10/29/09. The funeral will be held at Living Faith Assembly Of God on Saturday, 10/31/09. DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT JEFFERYONNIA LE'NETRICE STREATER Jefferyonnia Le'Netrice Streater passed away on October 17, 2009. She leaves to mourn her passing: her parents, Denetrice Mays and Jeffery Streater; and her grandparents, great grandmother and a host of relatives. Death Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Minnie L. Floyd, Tampa. Mr. Nathaniel Jackson, Jr., Tampa. Mrs. Annie Lee Godwin, Tampa. mRm-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Jeffard "Lucky" Johnson, Tampa. STONE'S ME,MORIAL FUNERAL HOME Emmanuel Gethers, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. James McCall, Tampa. Ms. Linda Sue Merritt, Tampa. Mr. Frank L. Robinson, Sr., Tampa. Family Owned and Operated -:1! lh't: has provided_ the ry;ghest standard in funeral services for over 70 vears. Ray Williams Home Rhodes 6 Northern, Ownera 301 N. How1rd Tampa Fl33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.nel Crime Teenagers Charged With Auto Then ST. PETERSBURG Pine lla s County Sheriff's d e puties have arre s t e d a pair of t ee na ge r s o n auto theft c h a r ges. According to reports, wh il e on r outine patrol Sunda y night, deputies saw a red Dodge Caravan in the area of 42nd Avenu e North and 43rd Street. Deputies had information that th e vehicle had been reported stole n As a deputy tri ed to stop the van, it sped away, and within a few block s, struck a utility pole. Two of the three occupants of the stolen van were arrested. No one was hurt. Renard Woods, 17, has National RENARD WOODS AND DOMINIC SMITH been charged with grand theft auto, aggravated fleeing and eluding, leaving the scene of an accident, and resisting arrest without violence. Dominic 15, was charged with grand heft a uto carrying a conc ea led weapon, and resisting arrest without violence. The third suspect is being sought. Secret Service Can't Handle All Threats Can federal agents keep track of a ll the white supremacist g roup s hating on President Barack Obama? Probably not A new internal government report says the U.S. Secret Service is not equipped to handle the unprecedented numbe r of death threats against President Obama, according to the Boston Globe. The report a Congressional Research Service document, is not only raising questions about funding and staffing for the Secret Service, but it also examines how the 144-yearold agency plans to protect the nation's first black presi dent PRES. BARACK OBAMA "A key difference this tim e is that the federal government -the entity that almost the entire radical right views as its primary enemy is headed by a Black man," the report said. One result has been a remarkable rash of domestic terror incidents since the presidential campaign, most of them r e l ated to anger over the e lection of Barack Obama." One Black columnist, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, says in the past two months, the r e have been a stunning 22 million references to antiObama Web si t es. In August, the Secret Service investigated a Maryland man who held a sign reading "Death to Obama" and "Death to Michelle and her two stupid kids" outside a town hall meeting. In New Hampshire, where Obama spoke to residents, a man stood across the sheet from a town hall meeting dis playing his gun. Black Man Fired oav After Promotion Files Suit -Before October 7, 2008, David James London's name was synonymous with honesty and integrity in Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he was born, reared and educated, and the United States Army, in which he served with distinction for eight years. But on that day quite possibly the worst in his life -the highly decorated, honorably dis-FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service'" 3WJ N. 2!P st Tampa, FL 3J60J (800) 60!1-33!10. (813) 248-M25 wvnv. wil,on.funeralhomuom llllr oducing To You And Tamp.,_ Bay Community . .... AjjorrlnfJl(' Pricing To Nc t 1 ve $f (Corner Of J lrh Sr & ,rh Ave ) .... ..,.. -r. Tampa, Rorid:t JJt)()S :Y;;,. ... We An: Av:ulnble To Yon './. :;1' ;. ' charged veteran was rocked: by an explosive charge set by county officials and his employer, ISS Facility Services: The mysterious allegation that he's a felon who served a county prison sentence beginning on Aug. 22, 1978. 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Crime Third Burglarv suspect Caught LUIS RIVERA On October 1, 2009, a home was burglarized and property stolen at 10218 Timberland Point Drive. After the burglary, James Maymi reportedly gave sto le n cred it cards t o his g irl fr i e nd Yesenia Sanchez a n d Luis Rivera, according t o detect i ves. Surve ill a n ce captured Sanchez a nd Rivera us ing th e c r e dit card s in severa l dif f e r e nt s t o res buyin g pr o pe rty. A citywid e sea rch was conducted for Rivera and h e w a s found at a friend s h o use a nd arre sted. Detectives s a id Rivera admitted using the credit cards and that he knew the y were stolen Rivera was charged with 6 counts of criminal use of per sonal identification informa tion, grand theft, 3 counts of dealing in stolen property and 3 counts of defrauding a pawnbroker. Former Bloomingdale Hoop Star Critical After Shooting THEO SMALLING HAMPTON, VA-Former Bloomingdale High School basketball star, Theo Smalling, is reportedly in critical condition after a shooting. Police said Smalling, 22, a senior and team capt a in was shot after midnight S a turda y . Police spokesperson, Paula Ensley, said Smalling w a s in a parking lot with Dominique Smith when Smith mishandled a gun and accidentally shot Smalling. Smith, 21, has been charged with reckless handling of a firearm. Smalling was a three-year starter at Bloomingdale from 2002 to 2006 and ranks 101st on the Hillsborough County all-time list. Sma:Uing, who majors in sports management, is 6'7'' .tall, 2?0 pounds and plays forward. He played in 30 games as a junior at : Hampton Football Coach Charged With Threatening Plaver With A Knife CHRISTOPHER CAMPBEL POLK COUNTY -Last Wednesday evening, Polk County deputies arrested a volunteer assistant football coach for allegedly bringing a pocket knife to practice and threatening several players with it. Deputies said Christopher Campbell, 30 brought a pocketknife with a locking blade to football practice at the high school last Wednesda y Deputies said Campbell allegedly pointed the knife in a threatening manner several times at one of the players, poking him with it and tap ping it on the chest and hel met while verbally threaten ing him. At least two other players reportedly saw Campbell do this, deputies said Other players s aid they saw Campbell cursing during practice; and that he opened and closed the knife several times, deputies said The school's athletic direc tor told deputies he spoke to Campbell the following day, and he admitted bringing the knife to practice, a violation of school board policy and that he told the players, "Don't try me today, accord ing to the report. Campbell was arrested at his home last Thursday and the knife was recovered from his car. . :::; cajnp})eJl was charged .: 'Wit'h::ori.e c dunt of assault P I I .. 1 1 with ; a deadly weapon With-0 .DV8S: .1ga e:. :. ;;: .. . of school ... I ( ',' 1 . l 1 : ; ST. PETERSBURG-o'ri' JFH8.ay,f0ctober. 23rd at! 1:o8 p.m., a clerk at Central Jewelers, 669 Central Avenue, called police and said the store had been robbed by two Black male suspects. The clerk, 42, and her father-in-law 67, who is the owner of the store, were inside when it was robbed. Both victims are Asian, and police said has beim dif ficulty in getting detai'Ps"due to the language barrier. Preliminary information from the scene indieates the ... owner and were working when tWo Black males entered the store. One of them r 'eportedly wore a Halloween type mask and \\;as armed with a handgun. The second suspec d:lid not h-$1Ve a mask and not armed. During the robbery, police said the second suspect picked up a hammer inside the s tore and struck the older victim in the head. Botli sus pects then took jewelry and cash before fleeing out of a .back door and leaving in a vehicle. At this ti'nie police said there is no more information the suspects or their vehicle.' Both victims were injured aJ;Id were treated at a local hospital. Police said neither victim sustained serious injuries. This is the correct photo of Kevin Webster, one of three men murdered last year in an Aubll,l"l} _dale sboo_ting.,, ..;; -1 c m C/) Burglarv Suspects Arrested Outside School c 0 0 d MARCELW ESTER Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that two burglary suspects are now in custody According to reports, deputies saw two men walking across an elementary school campus last week with a gun. They immediately stated looking for Marcello Ester, 23, and Jarvis St. Marc, 20, in connection with the burglary of a north Tampa home in which a gun was stolen Deputies saw the duo around noon walking across the parking lot of Miles El ementary School and recovered the stolen weapon in Ester's backpack, according to spokesman J. D. Callaway. Deputies also found jewel ry and other items that had been stolen from a condo home on Hibiscus Oaks Place. Ester faces charges of armed. burgla : ry, grand theft JARVIS ST. MARC with a firearm, third-degree grand theft, carrying a con cealed firearm, trespassing on school property, culpable negligence and being a felon in possession of a weapon. m m :lJ 1\) 1\) 0 0 c.o St. Marc was charged with two counts of armed ., burglary, two counts of 5 third-degree grand theft, :!! grand theft with a firearm, being a felon in possession of a weapon, culpable negli -gence, and giving false information to a law z enforcement officer. m Both men are being held without bail. c UNCLE SANDY rr-!!I z "U c m r-u; :I: m c m < m -t m C/) c )> z c ., ':!! -< 221-180 . . .. ' ._, <,: ... : " --:: 148lJampaPart-Piaza. _. :--. @Nebraska Ave. & scou St.; cf a !:,) :er s :n bt c: .. s:. y ... ;''JU t,S .,;.:ten 0" 1 c: :-::?

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Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master s recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restr icted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONIN.G HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE 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 (813) 276-2058. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-1102-RV (CT), filed on 9/10/2009 by Tech Tower, represented by Lauralee G Westine Esq of 800 Tarpon Woods Blvd #E1, Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-773-2221, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Communication Tower The property is 5 99 ac and is presently zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 31 Range 20 or 14005 U.S. Hwy 301 S Petition SU 09-1110-BR (AB), filed on 9/15/2009 by Sumatra Cafe & Bakery, LLC, represented by Gerhard Pelzer, of 20060 Saraceno Drive, Estero, FL 33928, ph 239-289-0565, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises) The property is 1 342 5 sq. ft and is presently zoned PO (99-1151 ) It is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 20 or 1602 Oakfield Dr Petition SU 09-1135-BR (AB), filed on 9/22/2Q09 by George C Ness, of 1307 Bloomingdale Trails Blvd Brandon FL 33511 ph 813-661-8862, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises) The property is 3 765 3 sq.ft. and is presently zoned BMS-GW (04-0318) It is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 29 Range 20 or 112 Pauls Dr Petition SU 09-1138-LU, filed on 9/22/2009 by Warren Gould Jr of 154 Richard St. Tarpon Springs, FL 34689, ph 727 937 -H55, requesting a Special Use Permit for an outdoor paintball field The property is 41.86 ac and is presently zoned AS-1. It is located in all or parts of s ection 08 Township 27 Range 19 or SE of Iverson Rd. & Robertson Trail. petition SU 10-0018-BR (AB), filed on 10/9/2009 by Susan Young, of 1300 Seaway Dr #E-3, Ft Pierce FL 34949 ph 407-399-4630, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises) The property is 3 542 09 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PD-MU (88-0087) It is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 20 or 1912 W. Brandon Blvd REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 09-0685-ABP, filed on 5/4/2009 by Caribbean Isles Inc represented by John Collier of 106 N St. George Circle, Apollo Beach, Fl. 33572, ph 813-645-8489 requesting a zone change from A-R & RMC-16 to PD. The property is 10. 39 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 22 Township 31 Range 19 or Northwesterly side of U .S. Hwy 41, 400 NE of Elsberry Rd. Petition RZ 09-0780-LU, filed on 5/28/2009 by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves P.A., of 500 E Kennedy Blvd #200, Tampa Fl. 33602, ph 813-223-3888 requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 0.56 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 27 Range 19 or S/S of Sunset Lane, 20' E/0 Barton Dr Petition RZ 09-1104-VR, filed on 9/14/2009 by AMVETS Valrico Post 26 Inc., represented by Steve Cleveland, of 1302 Dab Drive Seffner, FL 33584, ph 813-417-8057, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to BP-0. The property is 2 .31 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 29 Township 29 Range 21 or W/S ofS. Dover Rd., 600' S/0 S .R. 60. Petition RZ 09-1127-BR, filed on 9/18/2009 by Frank Martin Munoz, represented by Sudesh "Max" Maraj of 2527 Krueger Lane, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-377-2020, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to CG (R) The property is 0 88 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 05 Township 30 Range 20 or N/S of Bloomingdale Ave 250' E/0 Crickethollow Dr Petition RZ 09-1148-WM, filed on 9/23/2009 by Matt Sireci, represented by Jim Pelky of 1102 E 139th, Tampa, FL 33613, ph 813-961-7808, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 (MH) to RSC-9 (MH) The property is 4 99 ac and is located in all or parts of Se ction 10 Township 32 Range 20 or N/S of Bassa St., 450' E/0 Railroad St. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 09-1044-BR, filed on 8/17/2009 by Dorothy J Case, of 10403 Ratell St., Gibsonton, FL 33534, ph 813-690-5294, requesting a major modification to add interim agricultural use The property is 11.71 ac and is presently zoned PO (05-809) It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 29 Range 20 or SIS of Graves Rd., 1/4 mi S/0 Columbus Dr. Petition MM 09-1094-RV, filed on 9/8/2009 by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves, P.A., of 500 E. Kennedy Blvd #200, Tampa, FL 33602, pn requesting a major modification to increase the number of single family units, decrease commercial sq. footage and to allow 40 & 50 sq. ft. ic:g :r! Village 12 of Phase 2 The property is 37 9 ac and is presently zoned PD-MU (85-139). It is located in all or parts of Section 3 & 5 Township 31 Rc:::nge 20 or SEcor of U S Hwy 301 & Panther Trace Blvd also Panther Trace Phase 28-3 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EIFLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ........ .... ................ ........................... APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ........................................................ ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ........................ LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! 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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-14959 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY as Trustee on behalf of the holders of the Terwin Mortgage Trust 2006-11ABS, Asset-Backed Certificates TMTS Series 2006-11ABS, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. NATALIE SIERRA and WOLFGANG SIERRA and all unknown parties claiming by through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs devisees, grantees, or other claimants; ARGENT MORTGAGE COMPANY LLC; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real proerty, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgmenUorder entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as : LOT 3 AND THE NORTH ONE HALF OF LOT 4, BLOCK "B", TOGETHER WITH ONE HALF OF THE CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING LOT 3 AND THE NORTH ONE HALF OF LOT 4, BLOCK "B", CENTRAL HEIGHTS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 22, PAGE 76, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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 November 19, 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 niade 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. 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 CLERK'S ADA 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 711. Dated this 20th day of October, 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s,/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for the 2009 Water and Wastewater Improvements Project located at six school sites in Hillsborough County Florida The scope of the project includes pump station improvements at Alafia Elementary School and Gaither High School lift station improvements at Jefferson High School and Lutz Elementary School and water supply and storage improvements at Dover and Maniscalco Elementary Schools, with an estimated construction cost between $350,000 and $900 000 Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of he Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602 until bid opening at 3 :00p. m on Wednesday, December 9, 2009 The bid documents include specific bid submittal requirements HCPS maintains general requirements appl i cable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http : /1168.254 1 35/documents/standards/index htm HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference at 10 : 00 a m on Thursday, November 19 2009 at Gaither High School, 16200 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, FL 33618, followed by a tour of the other project sites Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gain access to the conference Bidders must submit a bid bond equal to 5% of the bid with their bid. Bids over $100 000 must include the costs of required surety bonds. The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proceeding with the work The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds, and insurance Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program, as described in the bid documents Bidders may obtain a complete set of bid documents in PDF format at no cost from Keith Bachmann, P.E., Key Engineering Associates, Inc 4562 Rutledge Drive, Palm Harbor, FL 34685. Phone 727-781-1111, Fax 727-781-1112, Email : keyengg@aol.com HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids received. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Receive $8,000 Tax Credit From The IRS (Must Be 1(1 Home By November 30, 2009) Newly Renovated Home Only $71,900 3 Bedrooms 2 Battis ; Double Fenced Stainless Steel Ceramic Tile; Deemed In Historic District; Costs Avaulablle. 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