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Celebrating 65 Yea rs In Tlze Ta1npa Bay Art-'ll IR ICI lOR I SEE STORY ON PAGE 14 MODELS TAKE TO THE STAGE FOR 5th ANNUAL FASHION SHOW On Saturday, October 24th, Ms. Rhonda "Ra Ra" Gray presented "The Sexy Side Of Me Fashion Show," at the West Tampa Convention Center. This was the fifth Annual event where the ladies of Exotic Elegance Modeling Troupe took to the stage. Exotic Elegance consists of a group of professional women who donate their time to model clothing for plus size women and teenage girls. The purpose of the fashion show is to promote high self-esteem among plus size women. Among the models participating in the fashion show from left to right were: Veronica Vann, Latoya Evans, Kecia Walkine, Shanda Ford, Shevonn Avery, Brittany Collins, Rhonda "Ra-Ra" Gray, owner of Exotic Elegance, Carrol Ingram, Linda Bush, Tanya Henderson, Iris Enix, Melissa Lamar, Sarah Deruisa, and Tamara Malone. (Photography by BRUNSON). Boy, 4, Tells Mom To Stop For Cops SEE PAGE 14 Fraternity Names 'Citizen Of Year' SEE PAGE 3 Church Gives Car To Single Mom SEe PAGE 2 Argument Ends With Shooting SEE PAGE 14

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m 0 Features 0 a: w co ::2: w > 0 z HIV/AIDS Walk Registration Deadline Extended Church Gives Car To Single Mother w :::> 1-c a: LL. c z < c (/) W :: 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) :J m :: Q. z i= w ...J ...J :: m I ...J MS. CLARA COBB Institute On Black Life Coordinator The deadline to register for the University of South Florida Institute On Black Life's first HIV/AIDS Walk: "Walkingfor the Cure" has been extended. The new deadline to register is Sunday, November 15th. The HIV/AIDSWalk: "Walkingfor the Cure" will take place on Saturday, December 12th, from 7 a.m. until noon. The purpose of the walk is to raise funds for research and to build awareness about the latest in formation available about the disease. Walkers of all ages and at all strength levels are urged to par ticipate Participants can take part in walking categories. The Purple w, ______________________ __ z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL. Organization Plans Holidav Fund raiser On Tuesday, November 10th, Children With A Vision, Inc., will host a fundraiser for the up com ing Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. The event will take place from 7 a.m. until10 a.m., at the Splitsville Lanes, 615 Channelside Drive. The event will feature live D.Js., drinks and fun. The funds raised will be used for Thanks giving and Christmas commu nity efforts. Admission to the facility is free. However, there is a cost for bowling. For additional information contact Ms. Tonya Lewis at (813) 235-5656, or at www.child renwithavision.com. .............................. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WWW.TWITTER.COM/ FLSENTINELB .............................. Poke-A-Longs \.viii walk 112 lap; the Barley Budging Blue B i rds will complete 1 lap; the White Walking Seagulls will complete 2 laps, and the Red Running Robins will complete 3 laps. Ms. Clara Cobb, Institute On Black Life Coordinator said, "It is important to start lining up sponsors as quickly as pos sible. And more walkers are al ways needed ranging from young to the elderly We areal ready attracting people who have walked before, many from across the country. But, we also intend to bring in those who never have done this kind of thing but think they want to give it a try." "They need to know how im portant it is, how relatively easy it is and how inspiring it is for themselves, their fellow walk ers and the people they're help ing." She further said, "Issues re lated to HIV /AIDS, the quality of life of those who survive it, its prevention, and its cure, all point to the critical need for re search in the areas of health and the political and socio-eco nomic disparities that can un dermine one's ability to live a healthy life. We need everyone to help fight for this important cause and support research for a cure." For more information and to register, contact Ms. Cobb at (813) 974-9387 or e-mail ccobb@ibl. usf.edu. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last S.unday was typical for Ms. Stephanie Brannon. She woke and dressed and prepared to attend service and was given a ride to Cathedral of Faith Church, where she has been a member for the past 6 years However, the day ended un like past Sundays. Ms. Brannon remembers, "Bishop Howell was speaking about the greatness of our faithful ness and he said it doesn't matter what she goes through, she's always here." "But when he said 'Stephanie sometimes comes here still in her uniform,' it re ally got my attention. He said, 'Someone has donated a car to the church and the Lord told me to bless her with it.' I started running and praising God. We must have praised God for about 30 minutes," she said. Ms. Brannon was involved in a traffic accident in March of this year and her 1996 Toy ota Tercel was a total loss. It seemed that it would take for ever to settle the case, but in the meanwhile, Ms. Brannon, who is the mother of 6year-old Trent Ifamilik, was without transportation. She relied on the kindness of fam ily members and others to get her son to school, to get to work, and to attend church . African American Holiday Season Cards -Inside verse: May the closeness i:i friends and the canfortofhome renew your spirit this hdiday season. Inside verse: Warmest thoughts ahd best wishes for a wonderful hoiday and happyNewYear. Inside Verse: May the peace and joyoftheholiday season be with you througrout the coming year. Inside verse: Thegiftoflove. Thegiftofpeace. The gift happiness. May all of these be yours this holiday season. $1 0 00 Assorted packaged set 5x7 1 8 Cards and envelopes view on6ne@ www.ronwatsonartstudio.com LIMITED TIME OFFER. Get an additional4 cards and envelopes ... FREE! 12 cards and envelopes for $1 0.00 per packaged set Order Today! 813.900.6327 I 813.231.3302 www.ronwatsonartstudio.com Bishop James Howell, Senior Pastor of Cathedral of Faith Church is shown with Ms. Stephanie Brannon. They a1e standing beside the 2000 Toyota Corolla that the church gave to Ms. Brannon. Ms. Brannon said, "I love my church and my church leaders very much." And that statement is evident in the amount of time she spends there. She is on the Dance Ministry, the Music Ministry (Choir), the Intercessory Min istry, and the Prison Ministry. "I kept telling everyone that God was going to bless me with a car and He did It's title free and all I had to do was transfer the title and insur ance," she said. Upon presenting Ms. Brannon with the keys to her new vehicle, Bishop Howell sim ply said, "It's just nice to be nice." F: Jl_ I---" -; Jl . ... !) "Sen'illg The Commun Since 1947" Did You Know That ..... 1\tledicaid Provides Coverage For Denture PaJients, Annual Relining & Surgery In For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014

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Features -1 c: m (J) c Fraternitv Names Activist 'Citizen OIThe Year' Thanksgiving Banquet Planned l< z 0 < m MRS. CAROLYN HEPBURN COLLINS ... Named "Citizen of the Year." Recently, a community activist was surprised when she learned she was chosen as the recipient of a special honor. Caught totally by sur prise, she simply said, "I feel humbled." Mrs. Carolyn Hepburn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Chapter of the NAACP, had no idea she had been nominated as "Citizen of the Year" for the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The notification letter sent by Ron Cherry, Past Basileus (President) of the Pi Iota Tampa Alumni Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., stated, "Mrs. Collins, I would like to inform you that our chapter nominated you for our 'Citizen of the Year Award."' The Citizen of the Year Awtri-d is presented annually to an individual who is recog nized for his or her outstand ing work, involvement, and service in the community. As a result of her being chosen as the "Citizen of the Year" Award recipient, v A L Valerie H. Goddard Candidate, Hillsborough County Conunission, District 3 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor One Tampa couple decided that in 0rder to help the com munity, they must be part of that community. In keeping Mrs. Collins has been asked with that philosophy, George to accept her award during and Dr. Sydel LeGrande the organization's opened the doors of Your Achievement Week Program. i Place Medical and Fitness It will be Sunday," Center, 1405, Tampa Park November 15 11 a.m., at Plaza nearly three years ago. New St Matthew Mission George LeGrande is a Baptist Church. personal trainer and his wife, Mrs. Collins said, "I Sydel, is a practicing medical accept this award with great doctor. Now, they are preparhumility and I'm appreciative. ing to open the doors of "I am encouraged by the another facility in the same Omega men and their vote of plaza in January 2010. confidence in me for this The couple is now planning 'Citizen Of The Year' a Thanksgiving Banquet for Award. This show of approval anyone who wishes to attend. and support from the commuThe banquet is free and open nity will make me work hardto the public. However, those er to make a difference in the interestedin attending must lives of others," she said. register because availability is A Tampa native, Mrs. on a first come, first serve Collins is married to Norris basis. Collins, Sr., and she is the George LeGrande said mother of two sons, Norris they hosted their First Annual Jr., and Dr. Corey Candy Fest this past Collins. Halloween. It was designed to She is an active Mt. offer children an alternative Pleasant M. B. Church, to going trick or treating. Florida A & M University and "What the children want is FAMU National and Tampa candy. They got lots of it, had Alumni Associations; lots of fun, and were safe," President of the Hillsborough LeGrande said. Two lucky County NAACP; a member of childr en ; of. Tampa Park the Mt. Pleasant M. B. Middle brand new bikes. . . . School and Board of On this Saturday Directors, Chair; Florida Assn. Of Community Action BOD; Hillsborough County CA BOD; Howard W. Blake Class of 1965; Tampa and Florida Dietetics Associations; Tampa General Hospital Administration, Clinical Nutrition Specialists, and sev eral other professional organi zations. Cherry said that as a result of Mrs. Collins being chosen cin the local level, she is also be a contender for the regional and national "Citizen of the Year" Award. B-CU Alumni Meeting Bethune-.Cookman Univer-sity Alumni meeting will be held Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009, promptly at 7:30 p. at the College Hill Branch Library, corner of 26th Ave. and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd . .. W#111111111 Wishes All Active Duty, Reserve, Retired & Veterans of the Military A Happy Veteran's Day! "Growing up in a military family is one of the most treasured experiences of my life. The values that were instilled in me have helped to fortify my commitment to public service and to demonstrating--Responsible, Respectful and Responsive Leadership. Thanks so much for your dedicated service, and may God bless the United States of America." Campaign Line: (813) 443-1416 or Email: valerie.goddard@vg4d3.com Political advertisement paid for and approved by Valerie H. Goddard, Democmt, for County Cormnission District 3. OJ m ::IJ ..... F' N 0 0 CD GEORGEANDSYDELLEGRANDE November 14, 2009 from 10 a. m. until 1 p.m., a free com munity banquet will be held in the newly renovated G's Place (God's Place). The facility is located at 1483 Tampa Park Plaza. The banquet is entitled "Grace in the Wilderness." The J'ampa Park community and the entire community is invit ed. Among the things those in attendance can take advantage-of are free medical screenings, advice from med ical, and mental health pro fessionals will be available. There will also be enter-tainment, door prizes and giveaways. The doors will open and registration will begin at 9 a.m. Those interested in attending are advised to call (813) 226-4264, or visit Your "11 Place Medical and Fitness 8 Center. ::IJ Dr. LeGrande said, "We 6 realize that in these trying :I> economic times, famb lies may not be able to 3 chase special items for the z! Thanksgiving holiday. We m want you to know .that there is r;room at the table for you. We want ever.yone .to, ,come OU:t r"'!" and enjoy themSelves." 5 z ""0 c: OJ r-c;; ::1: m c m < m -1 c: m (J) c :r> z c ., ::0 .,. 6

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0) Editorials & Columns 0 I.L 0 z < 0 en w ;:::) ... > a: w > w Q w :z:: en ::::i m ;:::) a. z w ...J ...J ;:::) m .;!. w z i= z w en < 0 a: 0 ...J I.L FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, 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: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. A Silence At Fort Hood F lags remain half-mast at Ft. Hood, Texas, across America and around the world. Meanwhile, we, at the Sentinel, add our tears and condolences. Yet, as we pause in sadness, we ask what hopefully Americans everywhere are asking. "Why did the massacre at Ft. Hood happen? And how can we keep it from happening again? What we do know is, promotion in America's Army is not a walk in the park. Just ask thousands of veterans who have struggled years to make rank, only to retire with the rank of Sgt. Major, if that. So, what can be said about a man who is not only an American minority (Nidal Malik Hasan is a native American of Palestinian descent), is a degreed and certified psychiatriSt and had been promoted to the coveted rank of Major? Like most Americans, we only know what we read and what we see on television. But rumors are rampant about the relationship between Major Hasan and riiany of his military cohorts. Rumors bristle with accusations that on a daily basis, this American soldier was pelted with racial slurs and insults. A recent colleague revealed how Hassan was overheard to say he was Muslim first and American, second. Would any of these argumentS, if true, absolve Hasan of his gruesome crimes? No; _not one! But if so, would their presence point to attitudes that must immediately be rooted out of our military? Most certainly! Whatever is the truth, letitno longer be silent! Prisons And CODIDIUniiJ Violence live in a. with tidtshigle-family liomes oi' m an ... iparbnent complex wtth l.:,OOO or more residents (children included), chances are at least eight of your neighbors either are or have been behirid bars Ye$, at least .;V,7o; Bla.cks per too,ooo have been or areccurrently across Consequently, the question 'becomes ''how does this figure impact upon the growth of violence in America's Black communities?" Sadly, the war oli drugs has done little to reduce illegal drug use or trafficking in Black communities throughout America. The jailing of nonviolent criminals with violent criminals has insured nonviolent criminals would soon adopt violent ways. Consider, the majority of jail and prison inmates are nonviolent offenders. So, we breed our o'Wn violent offenders by sending them to prison with their more violent brothers and sisters. Time and again, we read news accounts of violent crimes only to discover the offender's hist()ry had begun with a string of non-violent offenses that grew more vio-lent over time. We believe it is long overdue to take a look at our sys"1:1' tern when it comes to mixing offenders. Because of W America's willingness to invest in building prisons, the least we. could do is make certain prisoners are. housed :D. in facilities based on theseveritj of their : my president come hell or high water. I am with you all the way. But even though I am still with you and will be with you, your approval rating is going down. President Barack Obama, Lend Me Your Ear Yes, George Bush left you with a mess to clean up. The world knows that. But, we are now on the President Barack Obama watch. Forget Bush. He has screwed up and gone. It is left up to Pres. Barack Obama to create jobs, raise the economy and raise Ainerica back to the level it belongs. President Barack Obama I will concede that you know more about what you are doing as president than I do. I will not concede that to your presidential advisors. Quite frankly Mr. President, I am surprised that you haven't realized that your top advisers are leading you down the path to nowhere. I am even more surprised that you either aren't listening to the people or you aren't understanding what they are saying. You aren't getting what they say their top ties are. So, listen up Mr. President and lend me your ear. You have a full plate of activities that are very impor tant. But, all of them aren't top priorities for the American people. Sure, the war in Mghanistan is important. So is education, so is global warming, so is nuclear arms control, so is cap and trade, so is improving America's relationship with other countries in the world. But Mr. President at the very top of the list are the economy, jobs, and health care. Those three things are most important to most Americans. That is what they want to hear you talk about and that is what they want to see you fix. Don't you get it? People are jobless They are losing their jobs, their homes, their life savings, their retirement plans and all the other things that make up the American dream. Mr. Obama you are President Obama you must be careful not to pass the economic mess you inherited onto the president that follows you into office. Concentrate, Mr. President on jobs, economy and healthcare. Take charge, come to the forefront and lead by actions and words on those three very important concerns of nearly all Americans. We understand better, we like you better and we are eas ier to get along with when our stomachs are full, our homes are secure, our life savings are growing and our retirements is in the bank. World War One (1), World War Two (7), Korean War (2), Vietnam War (20) and Peacetime (8). Veterans Dav: Black Militarv Heroesl The first heroic act for which a Medal of Honor was bestowed was tb,at of Army. Sergeant William Harvey Carney, of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer. Infantry during the Civil War. During the Battle of We extend our appre ciation to all mili tary veterans and personnel everywhere as we prepare to celebrate Veterans Day on Wednesday, November nth. Initially, dedicated to world peace and called Armistice Day, Veterans Day is a day to honor the sacrifice of all American military veterans and those who made supreme sacrifices in defense of freedom for all people and nations. Beginning With the Revolutionary War, Blacks have served during every conflict and war engaged in by the United States. Many of them were award ed Medals of Honor for hero ism. This honor is bestowed on a member of the military who "distinguishes himself or herself conspicuously by gal lantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States .. ." Usually the award is pre sented posthumously. Blacks have received Medals of Honor for the Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War and Peacetime. Fort Wagner, at Morris Indeed, according to ency-Island, South Carolina, clopedia sources, as of June Carney c;arried the Union 2009, 3.464 Medals of flag, Jeading "the way to the Honor have been awarded. parapet and planting the col-Of that number, 88 have orson it", on July 18, 1863. been given to 87 different Carney's citation states that Black recipients. Robert when the troops fell back, Augustus Sweeney, a Carney''broughtofftheflag, sailor in the United States under a fierce fire in which Navy during seriously wounded". Peacetime, was one of only Fourteen Blacks later 19 servicemen, and_ the only earned Medals for the Battle Black to receive the Medal of of Chaffin's Farm in Virginia Honor twice. Both im864 for heroic acts such as saved the. hves. of entering 'the enemy's line, two by although wounded; taking overboard savmg them. LJ Sohlmand of a com from drownmg. .f\.vhen ali :Jt its officers had Half of the Black Medal of , : b kill d ; J .. d d d H 'd . een e or woun e an f odnobrrechlplents were 1 enti-f seizjng .the colors, after two 1e y t e Department o '' t .'t' b " I li'd b h i Defense upon careful co 0 earers a s ? research, after 1976. In fact, down, then m Blacks were not awarded any advance of the . medals of Honor for service lllld of during World War II until .b.y 1997 by President Bill Black mll1:-Clinton. These awards were .tary given as a result of a 1993 brated . study by the Army that inves. some of tigated racial discrimination in the a-warding of medals. Blacks earned the 88 World ,WB! who Medals of Honor in wars as received 33 follows: American Civil War ery. Thus, i Will.:,sn#ifpiore (25), Indian Wars (18);-. stones Spanish-American War (6), . . Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/FLSENTINELB

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Read All About It HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday -Balance is essential for you this year if you want to feel that you're accomplishing anything Others don't necessarily / help you feel successful. Use your own imagination and intellect. You control your feelings far more than you realize Scorpio {Oct. 23--Nov. 21) --A female provides just the right change to your attire or appearance. You look like a million dollars! Now go get it. Sagittarius {Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Power falls into your lap. A group decides you're the right person to lead them. Remember to say "thank you." Capricorn {Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --The group seems to think you're wrong. Oh, well. Restate your decision in practical terms they can understand. Aquarius {Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --Use your powers of persuasion to convince co-workers to go along with your plan. Concise language works best. Pisces {Feb. 19-March 20) -The females in your life present the facts. If you accept them, you get a chance to expand your power base. Aries {March 21-April ;19) --The name of the game today is persuasion. Don't apply force. Instead, use soothing words, potions or touch. Taurus {April 20-May 20) -Someone tries hard to change your mind. Face it: your mind could stand a change. Imagine a brighter future. Gemini {May 21-June 21) --You need some convincing before you take action. Review the data and see how it feels. Cancer {June 22-July 22) -Domestic issues require stem measures. Handle your own assignment, and give others plenty of time for theirs. Leo {July 23-Aug. 22) -Everybody wants to be in charge today. You know that won't work. Save your ideas for tomorrow. Virgo {Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -A female takes every opportunity to get the upper hand. React only if you truly care. Otherwise, let her plot the course. Libra {Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --You can't dance to more than pne tune at a time. Handle responsibilities first, needs second and desires third. SliP IPERI SPillERS All My Children t Liza is thrown off by Damon's sudden interest in baby Stuart. t Madison disappears again. Jake surprising news. Amanda, reluctantly, chooses to have sex with David. As the World Turns Luke and Mason clash over Noah. Katie denounces Hep.ry. t Jack reunites with Mike Kasnoff, who offers assistance. Meg takes advantage of her evidence against Damian. The Bold and the Beautiful Steffy kisses Bill. t Pam gets a new job and agent. Karen comes to Los Angeles. t Justin tries tp get Donna back. . . . Days of Our. Lives + Justii1.ruid. Stefano orders a hit on Rafe. .. Nathan. t Vivian schemes. Whitt is she up to now? General Hospital Carly asks Jax to leave. t Luke confronts Nikolas over betraying his brother. t Elizabeth and Luckyand Nikolas and Rebecca! make love. t Sonny makes plans for peace. One Life To Live A drunken Gigi opens up about her pregnancy. + Fish is summoned to investigate Nash's grave robbing. + Vtki makes a startling discovery. t It's a boy for Marcie and Michaei! The Young and the Restless + Lily has a shock for Neil. + Phyllis makes her feelings known to Patty. + Michael discovers the facts about Ryder's alibi. + Ashley puts her scheme into action. ... p N 8 CD i Attending a Saturday morning breakfast were Mary E. Jenkins, Erma HendersOn, Viola Peterson, Elizabeth Powell, Viola Burrell, and Ms. Eura Lee Adams. 01

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(1) 0 Local 0 ..... a: w Ill :a: w > 0 z Survivor Hopes Her Storv Helps Others Participants Needed For Pancreatic Cancer Studv >"' < c (/) w c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Katisha Bunche is a breast cancer survivor who hopes her story will help oth ers She feels that not enough emphasis is placed talking to young women about the dis ease. Five years ago, Ms. Bunche said she discovered a lump under her right arm and went to the doctor. She was 25. "The doctor sent me for a sonogram and told me it was nothing serious. But, the lump got larger and began hurting. This time the doctor sent me to a surgeon to remove it. The surgeon dis covered it was cancerous and I was at stage three." The surgeon performed a mastectomy. Afterwards, Ms. Bunche was required to visit the Oncologist every 3 months for the next 5 years. a: LL Warning To Other C YoungWomen Z Now, Ms. Bunche wants < to warn other young women about breast cancer. "No one in my family had cancer and I w knew nothing about it and I didn't know what questions to ask. i: w > w c w :::t: C/) :::l m c. ... Breast Cancer Survivor "I was misdiagnosed. It was 1-If2 years after I first went to the doctor that the cancer was discovered. If it wasn't for the pain, I would be dead now. If you have any symptom, any sign of some thing being wrong, go to the doctor and be very aggressive." She also said women should not only check their breasts, but underarms as well. "My whole lifestyle has changed since this happened. I don't want another woman to have to go through what I went through because she could lose her life." Family And Friends Ms. Bunche said she is grateful for the love and sup-port of family and friends. She credits her mother, Ms. Darlene Belgrave, her grandmother, Ms. Annie Bunche, and her boyfriend, Harold Wright "for being there for me and my kids when I needed them." She had the final treatment of chemotherapy and radiation in 2006. Mom's Reaction "I was devastated. I wanted to know how and why Katisha got it and if my other daughter would be diagnosed with it. No one in our family had been ever had cancer. There were a lot of unanswered questions," Ms. Belgrave said. She further stated that med ical personnel tell women to start having mammograms when they reach so. However, she feels that mam mograms should be routinely included as part of every woman's wellness checkup. The Future Ms. Bunche said her can cer is in remission. But, she must have yearly mammograms and visits with the Oncologist for the rest of her life. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A physician at Moffitt Cancer Center is currently searching for people consid ered as high risk for cancer to take part in study. The 150 participants must be at least 40 years of age and meet at least one of several criteria. The study is on going and has already begun, however, anyone interested can still participate. Dr. Jason B. Klapman, of Moffitt Cancer Center, said the study will examine participants for early signs of pancreatic cancer. The goal is to identify the dis ease at an early stage to help prevent pre-cancerous or can cerous growth. The criteria for the study includes: immediate family members with pancreatic or breast cancer; three family members with pancreatic cancer, and at least one is one immediate relative; have Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome and are older than 30; have hered itary pancreatitis; have familIal atypical multiple mole melanoma syndrome; have inherited the BRCA2 gene and have a family history of pancreatic cancer; and haven't been screened for pancreatic cancer with a CT or an endo scopic ultrasound scan in the past three years. Dr. Klapman is the head researcher in the study. One of his goals is to prevent pan creatic cancer by developing a noninvasive screening blood test that could help identify the disease early. "Because pancreatic cancer is so lethal, research should focus on early detection and prevention, which may ultimately improve survival of this deadly disease," Dr. Klapman said. Some possible signs of the illness include jaundice, (yellowing of skin) pain in the upper or middle abdomen and back; unexplained weight loss; loss of appetite and fatigue. There are no notice able signs or symptoms in the early stages of the disease. Symptoms are similar to signs of several other illnesses. Those wishing to take part in the study will have a clini cal consultation to determine eligibility. For more information on enrollment, call Ms. Tiffany Campos at (813) 745-8358 or e-mail Tiffany.Campos@ moffitt.org Americans enjlW freOOom because of tbe court19e of our Veterans. z i= w ..J ..J m I ..J w z On this Veterans we salute the brave men women wbo bave i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL our countey our nation. GOO Bless Our Veterans alW GOO B{ess Barack obamal -j)Mrers-]e{freyj L Rbooos aMb navia r... 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Birthday Greetings Local -i c m en c Happy Birthday Princess Former Tampan Reaching Out To Hometown B e lat e d birthday w i s h es are ex t ende d to our "Prince s s," Ms. KeArra Johnson. She turne d thre e Sunday, November 8, 2009. To Help With Prestigious Honor KEARRA IMANI JOHNSON We love you, Chelsea, Brandon, Brandon, Jr. and family. JOHN H. SCOTT 2008-2009 Carmichael-Legree Post 167, Eunice M. Butts, Commander, Runner-Up Best Post Sergeant-At-Arms The American Legion Dept. Of Florida The Saint James A.M.E. Church Fatnily announces the retirement of its Pastor, The Reverend Jo,e. . Gav, Sr. A banquet will be held to _ orate Reverend Gay's in the tninistry. The banquet will be held on BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Mrs. Rhonda Ulmer, currently a resident of Odenton, MD, is reaching out to her hometown to help her win the title of L'Oreal National Women of Worth. Mrs. Ulmer is one of 10 finalists ofit 'elf 2 ,500 applicants who are being hon ored. She was selected for her volunteer efforts of educating and mentoring families in her community. As the winner, Mrs. Ulmer could stand to win $25,000 for her not-for-profit organization -University for Parents. "With this donation, we would be able to expand our family education programs into more schools and communities. Mrs. Ulmer is reaching out to her hometown to assist by casting a vote. Starting Monday, November 9, 2009 through November 24, 2009, everyone with an email address can cast a vote each day. That's a total of 16 votes per email address. The email address is www. womenofworth.com. The daughter of Jeanie Shackleford and Robert Lee Shackleford, Mrs. Ulmer is a graduate of Tampa Bay Yo-Technical High School with a high school diploma and Commercial Art certificate. She was employed with the N ;pyember 13, 2009 at the College Hill Conference Center .is located at 1002 East Dr. MLK Boulevard. start at 7 p.m. Table for eight: $280 rtd under: $17.50 . church at (813) 677-2411 '., : Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Maryland," sh e e xplained. CD m :D R e m aining active in her children' s school, Mrs ....... Ulmer, mother of 3 says, as P a single parent of three it was very difficult for me to navi-gate the system in a new state. However, with the Sl,lpport of the school and the community, I was able to make it through challenging times. RHONDA ULMER Hillsborough County School District as a Teacher Assistant at Foster Elementary, where she was also active in the PTSA. Then one day she received a letter that the children's school was in danger of being taken over by the state due to poor test scores and the No Child Left Behind Law." She immediately went into action. She received parent leader ship training and a grant from the Maryland Parent Leadership Institute to fund the Van Bokkelen Family Network Project. The project enabled parents with children Mrs. Ulmer moved to Maryland 8 years ago to take her son to Johns Hopkins Hospital for medical care. "My son (Jordan) has been seizure-free for 5 years," she joyfully says in the school to receive local After not being able to get assistance for her son in Tampa, a specialist recommended she try to get to Johns Hopkins. A job transfer from Tampa International to Baltimore Washington International as a supervisor was a dream come true. "I took a leap of faith and left the only life and family I knew and relocated to community resources, obtain GED, housing food and health assistance. Since her involvement, the PTA has-grown from 25 inac tive to 140 active members. The school has progressed each of the last 5 years. The success of that project inspired her to start University for Parents, a com munity organization. r h Pastor's iversary in the Right Field" 2: I, 2, IS, and 16) Directi o ns : I 275 South to Lois Avenue (Exit 40): go 3 blocks North on Lois to Na ss au The church is on the Northeast comer of Lois and Nnssnu National Sorority Of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Alpha Omicron Chapter P(esentsJ!s 28th Annual Fall Fashion Scholarship Luncheon Saturday, November 14th 11 :00 A.M. At The Tampa Marriott Westshore Blvd. Theme: "Yes We Can! Dress To Impress!" Featuring Fashions From The Exclusive Ann Favorite's Boutique Coordinator Carolyn Brown Will Present Children On Parade And African Fashions There Will Be Vendors And Door Prizes Donation BenefitsThe Mary McCullough Scholarship Fund For Tickets You May Call 813-253-5935 Or 813-258-3663 Pearl C. Coffee, Reporter Essie D. Roberson, President r 0 :D 0 )> en m z ::! z m r I CD c:: r r !!J z "'D c:: CD r Cii :I: m 0 m < m :D -< -t c:: m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 :D 0

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a: UJ CD ::;: UJ > 0 z >' c:t: 0 Cf) UJ :::1 .... 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 Cf) w :::1 .... > a: w > w c w J: Cf) ..J m :::1 a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::; m I ..J w z i= Z w Cf) <( 0 a: 0 ..J LL 'On A Mission' To Debut At Blake Theater MARY UPSHAW "On A Mission" is schedule d to open at the Blake High School Theater in mid No vember. The gospel play wa s written, produced and direct e d b y Mary Upshaw. It op e ns N o v e mber 1 5th, 4 p. m The objective for this pla y is to make a positive differ ence in somebody's life. It is my prayer that a spirit-filled awakening will shower upon a multitude of people ... who will vow in making this a better place to live," Ms. Upshaw said. Her vision is that after watching this pla y everyone will want to work together in unity "On A Mission" to win souls for Christ, she further stated. The Master of Ceremony for the evening will be radio personality, Randall 'C,' and vocalist, Belinda Womack will be the special guest. Also known as "Mary Katherine," Ms. Upshaw heads her own compa n y Mary Ross Upshaw Productions. She h ails from Clay t o n A labama a n d i s t h e only child of Rosie Ross a n d Harvey Ros s (deceased). S h e r e located t o T a mpa i n 1959 a n d has since been acti ve l y in vo l ve d in churc h and c ommunity. She i s a member of Victory Tabernacle M. B Church, Rev. Eugene Sanders, Jr., p a stor In 1985, she obeyed the direction of the Holy Spirit in uniting her famil y and friends by successfully forming the annual Ross Family Reunion. It was at one of these celebrations that she was first inspired to display her playwright talent by presenting the forerunner of her first play, I Know I've Been Cha nged." She then w ent on to write 3 other pl ays and several skits. "On A Mi s sion is about real life experiences and a spiritual journey. It's a family, com munity, and religious-orient ed gospel play that's suitable for all ages. Each cast member brings something special to the pla y directed b y Josh Goff. Michael Hines is manager, actor and the playwright' s son-in-law. Jacquelyn Hines is assistant producer, Closing Of The Year Apostolic Revival Featuring: Prophet M. Turner From Hartford, Connecticut MIRACLES, SIGNS AND WONDERS understudy and the playwright' s daughte r. Ms. Upshaw, w h o r etired from Delta A irlin es af ter 26 years, i s also th e m o th e r of Tommy Upshaw, Jr. a nd th e g r a nd m othe r o f Shawana Upshaw, Michael, II, Mylo a nd M a ri o Hin es, all o f who h:tve active a nd / o r l ea d-ing r o les in "On A Mission." F o r a dditi o n a l inf o rm atio n call (813 ) 4 31-3437, 2 4 5 1 0 07, 361-1497 o r 45 3-117 5 LIGHT OF THE WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH 4701 N. 15th Street, Tampa APOSTLE JOHNNY JONES, Pastor (813) 234-9115 or (813) 294-2214 . OUNDERS' WEEK November 11, 2009 Wednesday, November 11th 7:30p.m. Thursday, November 12th 7:30p.m. Holy Outreach For Christ, Dr. Ala Faye Vickers, Choirs & Soloists ; Each Night nr Apostle J. L. Wiggs People Church Of Deliverance, Sarasota 'r Friday, November 13th 7:30 p. m. House Of God Gates Of Heaven Apostle L....-..-. .. ::; Williams Macon,GA Saturday, November 14 6 p. m. New Hope Holiness Church Pastor Mary Brown Jacksonville Sunday Morning* November 15 11 a.m. Light Of The World No. 2 Pastor Vernell Johnson, West Palm Beach Remarks & Closing Apostle J. L. Jones No. 3 Christian Deliverance Center Elder Willie Snell, Pastor, Plant City First Baptist Church Of College Hill "'East Tam11a Communitv Diabetes Fair" & "Close To Your Heart Health Extravaoanza" Saturday, Noven1ber 14, 2009 E_ducational S n, b enunars a etes --:. Soul Food N Foot Ca utrition ,1, re "t'eJght 1\f Informa ti:::agernen t Bring The Kids!!! Girl Scouts ._Video Dance Revolutio&. WIC Nutrition llealthy Start 1 y 10:00 A.M.-3:00P.M. Abe Brown Ministries 292129th Street, Tampa, FL Ask Your Pharmacists!! Bring Your Medications In For Review 18 Year Sponsors: Florida Sentinel Newspaper First Baptist Church Health & Wellness Ministry FAMU Diamondback Pharmact>Alumni

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Local Ground Broken For Final Stretch 01 40th SL Project Mayor Pam Iorio, city officials, residents and members of the 40th Street Task Force cele brated the groundbreaking for the final stretch of the 40th Street Project from Hanna Ave. to Hillsborough Ave. The last stretch will widen 40th St., add landscaping, streetlights and sidewalks at a cost of about $5 million. (Photography by Brunson) All smiles at the groundbreaking for the final segment of the 40th Street Project are from left, Doris Scott, Brenda Eighmey and Robert Scott. From left to right at the groundbreaking: Wallace Battle, Joel Barnum, Joe Harris, Johnny Banks and Jim Pinkney, City of Tampa. Florida Business league leadershiP Breakfast Is Thursdav The public is invited to attend the Florida Business League s Annual Leadership Breakfast on Thursday, November 12, 2009 at the Centre Club Intercontinental Hotel Tampa, located at 123 South Westshore Blvd., 8th Floor, Tampa. The breakfast will take place from 8:30 a. m. to 10 a.m. JUDY JONES-COlSTON cities, a Caribbean Island and rural/urban areas in West and South Africa. Entrepreneurs are especial ly encouraged to participate in the breakfast event that includes networking to create successful partnerships for the economic independence c: m CJ) c }< z 0 < m s:: tD m :::c _.. 9 N 0 0 CD This year's theme focuses on the philosophy of Booker T. Washington: that of economic self-reliance. The League's mission is to assist small and emerging BLACK Businesses become self-suffi cient, contributing members of society; and to foster strategic business opportunities in a dynamically challenged global market." The featured speaker for the event is Judy JonesColston, Partner in the firm of Brockman & Jones, LLC. The firm's consulting experience in economic development spans numerous U. S. and security for the next gen-eration. 0 For additional information :::C or to RSVP, go to g Villard@floridabusi= CJ) nessleague.org or telephone m (813) 932 8894 OHices Closed For Veterans oav z m r;tD c: r r-!:!l z Several offices will be closed on Wednesday, November nth, in observance of Veteran's Day:.-Some of those offices include: "0 Hillsborough County Public Schools will be closed. However, C: the administrative offices will be open; The majority of Hillsborough County offices; CJ) Animal Control officers will be on call throughout the holiday :I: for emergencies only by calling 813-744-5660; City of Tampa offices will be closed; Hillsborough County Courts will also be closed on Wednesday and resume business on Thursday; and U. S. District Court Middle District of Florida. Other commercial and businesses may also be closed in obser vance of the holiday. You Are Cordially Invited To The 2009 M. _Young Jr., Service Alvard Lunclieon Honoring Rev. Abraham R. Brown Abe Brown Ministries & .Jose Valiente Larson Allen LLP Ami Bem:fiting The Boy Scouts Of America Thursday, No,cmbcr 12, 2009 C.1rrahba Italian Grill Rcstnurnnt 700 N. Dale Mllbcy Hwy. Check In ll :)0 A .M. 'Poll owed By Lunch 12 $50.00 l'cr Spcmker. Frederick Atlot:JieY DJ,A Food Stamp Arceoted 813.247.5128 ATMMachine On Premises m < m :::c -< c: m en c )> z c :!! c

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0) Sports 0 ...... a: w m :E w > Bucs Finallv Find A Quarterback W h e n Josh Freeman 0 was se lec ted by th e Tampa Z Bay Bu cca neers with the 1 7 th pic k in th e fir s t r o un d, C the Kansas State quarte rf:3 back w e nt o n r eco rd say in g :::> h e tho u ght h e was bette r 1-tha n Matt Stafford and Mark Sanchez, b oth se lect e d a h ea d of him. As a phys i ca l specime n Freeman ce rt a inl y look e d like a better quarterbac k, standing 6'6", a nd weighing about 250 pounds. With that size, he was agile, and had a rocket arm. Freeman felt he should have opened the season as the starting quarterback for the Bucs, although the organization felt a nurturing Josh Freeman takes the Bucs down the field on one of their possessions during the game against the Packers. c a: LL c z <( c en w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :J m :::> a. z j::: w ...I ...I :::J m ..:. w z j::: z w en (3 a: 0 ...I LL process would serve him bet ter. Looking back on the performances of Byron Leftwich and Josh Johnson, perhaps Freeman was exhibiting insight the organization wasn't prepared to confess to, and the team may not have started off 0-7 before notching their first win. In Honor Of Lee Roy Selmon Sunday was a day of honor for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Th eir only H all of Fame inductee, Lee Roy Selmon, was honored by being the first Bucc a neer to enter the ring of honor at Raymond James Stadium. Sunday was also the 30th anniversary of the 1979 team that took the Bucs to their first playoff series. In the stadium were members of that 1979 team The prevailing sight at Raymond James Sunday, however, were the throwback creamsickle uniforms Fans, former and current players, and even couch potatoes sported the famous jerseys in honor of the Bucs. To put the icing on the cake for the evening, rookie quarterback Josh Freeman, in his firs t full start, led the Bucs to their first win of the season, 38-28 over the Green Bay Packers. Freeman finish e d 14 of 31 for 205 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 1 interc e ption. The Bucc a neer victory was a three-phase one, as the offense, defense, and special teams all made significant contributions Green Bay quarterback, "Full Service Ucensed Electrical Contractor" Proudly Serving Tampa Bay Since 1997 Small Jobs Big Jobs Residential Commercial FREE ESTIMATES 10/o OFF WITH AD "It's That=-rime AGAIN!" BCUvs. FAMU FLORIDA CLASSIC XXX* . ,. Saturday Nov. 21st-Orlando, FL ALSO ... UNIV. OF MIAMI vs. SOUTH FLORIDA BULLS Sat. Nov. 28th -Raymond James Stadium Great Tickets Available ... "For BOTH Games!" Don't Miss ANY of the Fun this Year ... "Come & Join USI" For Tickets, Information, and Ito Order Online: 813-988-9264 or VenomNation@aol.com Website: Aaron Rodgers, was sacked 6 times and threw 3 interceptions Freeman displayed poise that few expected from a rookie quarterback, and his 7-yard touchdown pass to Sammie Stroughter on a fourth and 4 pl ay put the Bucs ahead to stay with 5 minutes left in the game Bucs DBs Shut Down Packer Receivers Although it wasn' t cold Sunday at Raymond James Stadium you couldn't t e ll it by the bl a nket coverage the Buc defensive backs put on the Pack e r receivers. Aqib Talib, Ronde Barber, Tanard Jackson, Will Allen, and Sabby Piscitelli combined to create hazardous weather for Packer receivers James Jones, Donald Driver, and Greg Jennings. The Packer trio finished with a p ai r of touchdowns, 13 combined receptions, and 235 total yards Anytime Rodgers tri e d t o for ce the ball into the thick Buccaneer coverage, the Buc defensive backs made sure the receivers paid their toll or dropped passes expecting the collision that was defi nitely coming Tanard Jackson finished off the evening with a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown with only 35 seconds left on the clock. Stylz G. White made fans forget all about Gaines Adams with his performance and even old-timer, Ronde Barber, got in on the act with an interception return for a touchdown. The Bucs can't get caught up into too much celebrat ing, as they now must prepare for a road game against a Miami Dolphin team that will still be aching from a 1 'j. 'T -oss .. r-1ew England Patriots. Bucs Induct lee Rov Selmon Into Ring Of Honor Lee Roy Selmon hugs wife Claybra du.ring his induction into the Ring of Honor as brother Dewey and son -Lee Roy Jr. watch. TAMPA--Hall of Farner Lee Roy Selmon is the first inductee into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor at Raymond James Stadium. The 1979 NFL Defensive Player of the Year was saluted Sunday during halftime of the game against the Green Bay Packers. Selmon was the top pick in the 1976 draft, the first-ever selection by the Bucs, who lost every game in their inaugural season. Three years later, he helped lead the team to the NFC championship game Thirty players and coaches from the 1979 team, including Doug Williams and Selmon's brother Dewey, attended Sunday's ceremony. The Bucs wore throwback jer seys. Selmon retired after the 1984 season. H e finished with 78-1/2 career sacks and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995 East Tampa Bandits Midgets Team loses The Bandits Midget team lost the game Saturday against the Manatee Mustangs 6-o in overtime. The Midgets finished the season with a record of 9 wins and 2 losses. It was a great sea son for Coach Joe Williams and the midget team. The Bandits will play Saturday Nov. 14, 2009, at GT Bray Park, Bradenton, against the Division 1 runner up from Orlando. Game time will be announced later in the week. DIABE.TES WHAT YOU KNOW MIGHT SAVE YOUR LIFE VVhether have diabetes or not this information will benefit you and those you care about most. -Come .1nd Get The FACTS! If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with diabetes chance s are you have a million questions running through your head-Coh1e have them answered during the (Q&A) Question & Answer Session Free blood sugar checks & Light Breakfast Snack learn how you can have all your diabetic supplies paid for by a Medicare approved plan

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LAWRENCE TAYLOR MIAMI --Former footb a ll s t a r Lawrence Taylor h a s b ee n r e l ea sed on bond follow ing his arrest in a Miami-area traffic a ccident A c cording to Miami-Dade Count y jail records, Taylor was charged Sunday with leaving the scene of an accident vvith pr operty d a m age, a second-degree misd e m ea nor. He was release d on Ssoo bond later t hat night. It was n o t immedia t e l y c l ea r i f Tayl o r has a n attorney. A F l o r i d a High wa y Pa t rol s p o k es m a n says Taylor was invol ve d in a hit-and-run cras h Sunday in Hi a le a h. Taylor told in ves ti gators h e thought h e h a d hit a g u ard r a il. The re were no injurie s and troopers didn t c ondu c t a sobrie ty test. Taylor is a former New York Giants lineba ck e r. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1999 He also competed in ABC' s Dancing With the Stars this year. Chiefs OHiciallv Cutl.J. Johnson. LARRY JOHNSON The Chiefs have officiall y cut running back Larry "The Kansas Cit y Chi e fs released RB Larry Johnson on Mond ay In 7 5 games (55 starts) w ith K ansas City, Johnson rushed 1,375 times for 5 ,996 yards (4.4 avg. ) with 55 touchdow ns He also r e gistered 151 receptions for 1,369 yards (9 1 avg.) with six TDs. He concluded his Chiefs career with 30 100-yard rushing ga m es and a l so added two 100-yard r ec eiv ing games. Of Commerce Hosts The Inaugural BLACK&GOLD GALA Saturday, November 14c .2009 From 6 P.M. 12 A.M. At The Crowne Plaza Hotel -(Westshore) 5303 West KennedY. Boulevard Tampa, Florida The Gala Includes: A Ne t working Rece pti on Banquet And o'ancing. lickets Are $42.00 .. ,.,.,., .. ,.,.,.,. M usic By: Randall C Guest Speaker: CHARLES MATTOCKS Author, Appear ing Throughout The County As The Poor Chef .. PortiOilS Of The Proceeds Will Go To The DR. WALTER L. SMITH LIBRARY For More Information And Where To Cet Tickets Call The Hotline At Or Go Online To TONY DUNGY NEW YORK --Tony Dungy say s Michael Vick could potentiall y wind up in Buffalo, which h e sa y s previ ously discussed signing the quarterback. Dungy has s e r ved as an adviser to Vick since the Super Bowl-winning co ach retired from the Colts after last season. Now a comm e ntator for NBC, Dungy confirmed during the pre g a me s ho w Sunday night befo r e Philadelphia hosted Dallas that the Bills and Vick t alked originally" w h e n Vick was searching for a team a fter serving 18 months in feder a l prison for runnin g a dogfighting ring. The Eagles signed Vick to a $1.6 million contract for 2009, with a team option for the second year a t $ 5.2 mil lion But he has pla y ed spar in g ly. I told Michael to just worry about this year," Dungy said. It's techn i cally up to Philadelphia. If they want him back, he has to stay there If they don't, there are some teams looking for quar terbacks: Cleveland St. Louis and Washington Ponis leaves Game After Taking Blow To Head CLINTON PRTIS Running back Clinton Portis left the W ashington Redskins' 31-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday after t aking a blow to the head. Portis departed with 3:20 remaining in the first quarter after a helmet-to-helmet hit from safety Thomas DeCoud. The Redskins said Portis had a head injury and would not return. There was no penalty on the hit. Portis was helped to his feet after being checked b y the medical staff on the field. He appea r e d shaky a t fir s t, the n wa lked off the fie ld with a to w el o ve r his he ad. GABBY Gabby, congratulations for being this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Gabby somehow man ages to keep a bit of mystery about herself, but that doesn't stop her from having a good time and partying with her friends. Gabby is also known as a woman of many ambitions, and she is driven enough to accomplish them all. Gabby can usual ly be found doing something to enhance herself, but she also finds time to relax and just kick back. When it comes down to the man in her life, Gabby said he must be mature enough to understand the needs of a woman, and has no problem spoiling her on occasion. He also must possess qualities of a professional who has plans for his future and wants a companion to share them with. Congratulations to Gabby as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Invest in o healthy future. VISit USf Health's Morsoni Center ond find o healing space where patien1s come fnt. Morsani offet"s 'M>fld...class heoflh core conbined with VIP ffeatment for our pafienfs. You wil be amazed by how much you con accomplish in just one visit You can see your doctofs, get X-fays or an MRt and get lab wcxlc done -ol on the same day, at the some place. 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Q) 0 0 C\1 0 Entertainment ,... a: w al :: w > 0 z Gospel's BobbV Jones Donates Recordings WorthS&M c en w :::> 1-BOBBY JONES NASHVILLE, Tenn. Gospel music singer Bobby Jones has donated a n estimated $6 million worth of recordings to Tennessee State University, his alma mater. Jones has given about 30 years worth of recordings, a l ong with exclusive rights of hi s performances and the t e l evis i on progra m s he h os ted and produ ce d on Black Entertainment Telev ision cab l e n etwork. The unive r si t y said in a statement that the recordings have been professi o n all,y appraised at $6 million and will be used for scholarly research The don a tion is th e largest in-kind gift the uni versity has ever received. The donated recordings are being preserved and will be housed in the school's l ibrary. c a: LL c z < Katt Williams Arrested For Burglarv c en w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: KATI WILLIAMS __ NEWNAN, GA -m Comedian Katt Williams has been jailed in Georgia on z charges of burglary and crimi= ina! trespassing. W A deputy at the jail in ::j Coweta County, southwest of :::> m ...J Atlanta confirmed Williams was being held there and that a magistrate was expected to set bond at an arraignment Monday afternoon. The deputy did not have access to a police report to provide more details Williams' real name is Micah Williams. He' s known for his appearances on' BET and HBO, including an HBO special, "Katt Williams: Pimp Chronicles Part 1," which was shot in Atlanta. It was unclear Monday morning if Williams had an attorney. w z i= z w en Michael Jackson Father Seeks lonthlv Allowance a: 0 ...1 LL JOE JACKSON LOS ANGELES -Michael Jackson's father is seeking money from his late son's estate to help him meet monthly living expenses estimated at more than 15,000 dollars, court papers filed in Los Angeles have revealed. A motion filed on behalf of Joe Jackson on Friday argued that the administrators of the pop star's estate should have set up an allowance similar to the one established for the singer's mother Katherine. The papers argued that the administrators, John Branca and John McClain, knew that Michael Jackson had financially supported his father for decades. Joe Jackson, 81, receives 1, 700 dollars a month in Social Security payments, according to the documents. He has diabetes and had a stroke in 1998. A proposed monthly budget iri the court papers lists more than 15,000 dollars in expenses, including 1,500 dollars for rent, 2,500 dollars for restaurants and 5 ,000 dollars for hotels and air travel. "This court should exercise its sound discretion to award Mr. Jackson a family allowance because Michael Jackson actually supported him during his life t ime and he does not have other sources for support," the papers state : A lawyer for Branca and McClain told the Los Angeles Times they were aware of Joe Jackson's bid for money Rihanna: Chris Brown 'Had No Soul In His Eves' Diane Sawyer, left, interviews singer Rihanna about her relationship with exboyfriend Chris Brown in New York on '2oj2o'. NEW YORK --Rihanna on Friday described the horror she felt as her e x boyfriend Chris Brown was bitin g and punching her during a violent argument in February, saying she saw no soul in his eyes." "There was no p e rson when I looked at him," the 21-yea rold singer recalled during portions of an interview with Diane Sawyer airing on ABC's "2oj2o" and, earlier, Good Morning America." He had no soul in his eyes. Just blank. Brown was arrested Feb. 8, hours after he was accused of beating Rihanna after the two argued over another woman. He later pleaded guilty to felony assault. In the interview, Rihanna, who is no longer with Brown, described him as "definitely my first big love." She said their relationship was intense. "The more .in love we became, the more dangerous we became for each other -equally as dangerous," she said. "It was a bit of an obses sion almost." Oprah Has No Immediate Plans To Move Show Oprah Winfrey has no immediate plans to give up her syndicated talk show and move it to her new cable network, according to a spokesperson for her produc tion company, Harpo "Oprah has not made a decision," said Angela DePaul. "She'll be making an announcement before the end of the year." The statement is in response to Internet reports that Winfrey would be moving her syndicated talk show to OWN, her new cable network, which is a joint venture with l)iscovery Communica tions. Blogger Nikki Finke reported that "Oprah will tell the public that she's ending her syndicated Chicago-based daytime talk show when her current deal runs out," and that the announc e ment about a launch date for OWN would be coming soon. Finke also said Winfrey would uproot the show and move it to OWN h ea dquarters in Los Angeles as soon as 2011. Jackson's Realitv Show Premieres Dec. 13 NEW YORK --A reality show miniseri e s about the Jackson family will prem i e r e Dec. 1 3 on A&E, th e n et w ork says. Back-to-hac k hour episodes will a ir th at night a t 9 p .m. EST. "The Jack so n s: A Family Dynasty" focuses on broth ers Jackie, Jermaine, Tito and Marlon as they prepare to r e unite for a con cert tour. It a l so chronic l es th eir lives as they cop e with Michael's drug-induced d ea th in J un e There will b e six ep i so d es, th e n etwo rk said. This deepl y intim a t e po rtra it will provid e viewers with a raw and honest look insid e a musical dynasty," said A&E and Bio Channel vic e president Robert Sharenow. It remained uncle ar whether Michael Jackson or his chi!-dren, Paris, Prince Marlon, Jermaine and Tito serve as pall-bearers during the memorial ser vices for Michael Jackson on July 7 2009. Michael a nd Prince Michael II ( kn ow n as Blanket), will b e s ee n in th e s hows The cable n e two r k h a d origi n a ll y announced Th e Jacksons" as a docum e nt a r y special in M ay, b efo r e the s t ar's death. In August, "Entertainment Tonight" aire d what A&E said was l ea ked footag e from th e s p e cial. ABC's Roberts Gets Prime-Time Spotlight ROBIN ROBERTS NEW YORK -Robin Roberts is comfortable in the knowledge that when ABC s "Good Morning America" makeover is com plete, she will keep her seat at the anchor desk. She just doesn't know who will be sit ting next to her. As she waits, ABC is show-ing her some love. Roberts is the centerpiece for two prime-time specials this month: a Tuesday night hour featuring country music stars and an interview with Janet Jackson that will air on Nov 18. The Jackson interview is the type of important "get" for which Diane Sawyer" and Barbara Walters used to compete. The specials could be read as both internal and external signs of Roberts' importance to the news division. She's worked at ABC News or cable sister ESPN since 1990 and her contract expires in the spring. 10:00am l::OOpn1 REGISTER TODAY!! r'Rl-:E M.EDICAL SCREENINGS (Bp,gltk18!, HIV, Hcptitis) t'R.F.E MF.DlCAL AND ME.\ TAL HF.ALTH ADVICE BY MEDICAL P.ROFFSSIONALS

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Funeral MR. JAMAL GOSTON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Jamal Goston of Tampa, who passed away Wednesday) November 4, 2009, will be held Wednesday, November 11, 2009, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Blvd., of which Dr. Samuel Maxwell is Senior Teaching Pastor. Minister David Hill will officiate and Minister Harold Frazier will deliver the eulogy. Interment will be made on Thursday, November 12, 2009, at 12:30 p. m. at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Alice Govan; and grandmother, Nellie Crawford. He leaves to cherish fond memories with his loving and devoted children: 2 daughters, Jeanell White (Michael) and Jaretta Whittaker (Roberto); 2 sons, Jarell Goston (Tameka) and Jamal Goston; 10 grandchildren, Ashley Garcia; Devin Goston, Jermaine Hayes, Jr., Jalencia Goston, Jaylen Whittaker, Alltha Whittaker, Jamia Goston, Amarion Goston, Jarell Goston, Jr and Rene' Whittaker; sister, Mable Jones (Joseph); 3 nieces, Jsana E. Jones, Katherine Herrmann (Rodney) and Johanna Henderson (Ryan); 2 nephews, Micah Jones and Jarvis Jones; a host of other family and friends who include a .special cousin, Gloria Austin; his girlfriend, Teresa; special friends, Debbie, Brenda and Vonseatta. Mr. Goston was born in Tampa, on October 29, 1951. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduation, he served honorably in the United States Navy and the United States Marines Corp. He was the recipient of the National Defense Service Medal, Certificate of Commendation, Good Conduct Medal and Rifle Sharpshooter Badge The remains will repose from s-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m., Tuesday, November 10, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Tuesday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com We Video Tape Homegoing Services PHOTOGRAPHY & t7 VIDEOGRAPHY (813) 254-4916 Correction In the birthday memoriam for Friday, Nov. 6 2009, Mr. Kennedy Edward Stillings, the name of one grandchild should have been Donnie Miller, Jr. Mr. Stillings would have celebrated his 49th birthday CHANDlER'S FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Gracie M. Parker "Lil Ma,"Tampa. EVERm-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Derrick Lorenzo Moore, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Kenton Johnson, NorthPort. RAY WilliAMS FUENRAl HOME Mr. Samuel Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Dorothy J. Cook-Dukes, Tampa. (Infant) Destiny Tynishe Echols, Tampa. Mrs. Maryanne GordonJoseph, Tampa. Mr. Jamal Goston, Tampa. Mr. Ramesh Sing Rasiawan, Tampa. Mrs. Linda C. Smith, Tampa. ltomfim>ilytnkecm'P,()f)lour. fim>ily. e .a.ret11e key to a fineandqualityservk';('l .. Harmon Funeral Hotne John Ham1.on, L .F.D. James 'f-Iarmon, L. F D. 5002 40th St. 626-8600 Family Owned and Opemted -.. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 vears. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhode$ & Northern, Owners 301 H. Howard All8nue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 FBX: (813) 251-4912 EmaH: raywms@ij.net -4 Local 0 Show Host Focuses On Satetv, Charitv Game )> z 0 On Thurs day. November th . 1 2 from 9 p.m unt1l 10 p m. "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is," h osted b y Ms. Cherylene Levy, will host a s how about fire sa f e t y and a c h a rit y gam e plann e d for th e weekend. The g uest will b e Captain Bill Wade, of the Tampa Fire Department. Ms. Levy said that during this time of year, many p eop le are victims of fires. She is going to ask Captain Wade to discuss fire safety as we go into the holidays and prepare for win -FYI MS. CHERYI.ENE LEVY ... Host of "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is" Retired Ranlers t e r < Sh e a lso said Captain m Wade will discuss the up coming Badge Bowl VIII b e tween the Tampa Police _. D e p artment and th e Tampa o Fire Department. This yea r the game will o CD b e n e fit Avery Ralston, a 5year -old battling l e uk e mi a Viewers can view the s how on Bright House channel 950; Verizon, channel 30; and Comcast on channels 20 a nd 21. Viewers are also encour aged to call into the show at (813) 254-7820 Florida A&M University Retired Rattlers and Friends 13th -yea r luncheon will be Friday, November 13, 2009 at Golden Corral on 56th St. The group will gather at 11 a. m. and stay until1 p m. Each one please bring one to the luncheon. Mary White Darby and Lucille Niles Franklin are co-chairpersons Clothing Give-A-Wav r 0 JJ There will be ;a clothing give-a-way Saturday, November 14, 2009, 8 a. m. until noon at 1747 W. g LaSalle St. in West Tampa. Clothing and shoes available for men women (plus size, too!) and children. m z Middleton High Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will meet on Monday, November 16, 2009 at College Hill Branch Library, 2607 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., at 6:30p.m. Classmates, please make a speciai effort to attend. ::::! z m r I tD c: r r gJ z National House Passes Landmark Health Care Reform Legisladon iii % m c P 'resident Obama, talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Whip James Clyburn after meeting with House Democrats about health care, Nov. 7, 2009. 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8 Crime N 0 .... a: w m ::: w > 0 z Cl (/) w :::::1 ..... c a: LL c z <( c (/) w :::::1 ..... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::::i m ;:::) D. z i= w ..J ..J :::::1 m ..J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL Wedding Reception Turns Into Brawl MALCOM HEPBURN On Sunday, Tampa Police said Tasha Johnson was celebrating her marriage to Markeith Brown at the Rusty Pelican Restaurant on Rocky Pointe Drive. Police said one of the guests voiced his dislike of the groom tossing bills onto the dance floor and watching the kids scurry to pick them up. The groom and his brother confronted the guests, and a shoving match began. Other guests took sides and the incident turned into a brawl, spilling into the parking lot of the restaurant. One patron, who was reportedly intoxicated, was either knocked or fell to the ground and received a head injury. Police said accusations were made that a brick was used to injure the downed patron. More fights started from those accusations, and police arrived and dispersed the crowd A TPD officer, Mike White, reported that the fight involved 30 to 40 patrons, and that he was struck several times while separa tin g peop l e fighting. White sai d the dow ned patro n ref u sed t o cooperate with p o li ce a n d f i re rescu e personne l. So m e patro n s move d t o the parkin g lot of th e Resid ence Inn Police s a id Malcom Anthony Hepburn, 29, received a cell phone call say ing the groom and his brother had hit Hepburn's cousin with a brick. Hepburn allegedly armed himself with a handgun and drove to the hotel. When he saw the groom' s father, Andrew Thompson, and grandmother, Mary Wright, 74, Hepburn and others reportedly attacked them. Police said Ms. Wright was choked b y a female. Hepburn allegedl y punched Mr. Thompson, knocking him to the ground and began kicking him in the face and ribs. Thompson suffer e d bruis es and a possible broken nose along with some ribs. Other officers arrived while Thompson was being beaten, and chased Hepburn, arresting him a short distance away The gun was recovered close to him. Hepburn was charge d with felony battery, felon in possession of a firearm, and battery on a 65-year-old. Police did not name the female who was reportedly choking the elderly woman or release a statement on whether or not she was charged Hepburn was released Monday on a bond of $13,500 on the charges. 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scon St. Th; h 1nng IS an impc:bnt that shcu. d based so! e l y upon advertisements. Before you dec1de lSk us to send you FREE w ntten u:formation about quahficat1ons ana Argument Ends With Shooting Tampa Police report t h a t at 9 : 4 5 p.m. Saturday, a g r o up of B l ack m a l es wer e o ut s id e the C. B lyth e A n d rews Apartment s, 22 01 East Os b orne, w h e n they approached anothe r g roup. An a r g um e nt b ega n a nd o n e of the t eenagers all ege dl y pull e d out a gun a nd fir e d a shot at the group. Bov Pleads For Mom To Stop Running From Police Police said a 17-year-old Black female was g razed by the bullet that also struck her hand. She is reported to be in sable condition. The Black males fled the area and the investigation is continuing. Innocent Bvstander Shot In leg On Thurs day, Tampa P olice wer e lo oking f o r Serena Denice Williams, w h o r epmte dl y l eft th e sce n e o f a S eptembe r 14th a cc i d e nt. Williams wa s found l a t e r tnat afternoon heading south on 40th Street n ear 26th Avenue. When the offi cer saw Williams' car run a traffic light, the sirens went on, but Williams kept going .Police said in the 3800 block of North Phillips Street, Williams stopped the car and ran. When the officer got out of his cruiser, he reported seeing a 4-year old child open the back door of the car. The officer said the child told him his mother had been driving and he SERENA WILLIAMS tried to tell her to stop A 17-year-old was also in the car. Williams was found and arrested on charges of aggravated fleeing to elude, two counts of child neglect, and driving without a license. She was later released on $ 11,750 bail on the charges. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that a woman was shot a nd injured Saturday outside a duplex where she was attending a family gathering Deputies received a call at 6:37 p.m. about a gunshot victim. When they arrived at the duplex at 2 122 131st Avenue, they located a 27-year-old woman. She had been shot in the lower right leg, and was hospitalized. She is reported to be in stable condition. Clark Atlanta Universitv sued After Girl Is Shot on Campus An early investigation has determined that the gunshot may have come from a silver Ford sedan that was seen cruising the area at the time, and deputies said someone inside may have fired at someone walking near the duplex. No suspects in the shooting have been identified at this time and the investigation is continuing UNCLE, SANDY 2, 16, 31 "A mind changed against its will, 3, 11, 28, is of the same opinion still. You cannot force a person to think as you do." 4, 5, 7 ATLANTA--Jasmine Lynn was 19 years old. She w as a sophomore at Spelman College with a 3.8 GPA. She wanted to take her psychology major and one day open her own practice. "We got the acceptance, and it was a Christmas gift. We were so excited," Constance Franklin said. Two months after her daughter was killed, Franklin still talks about her with pride. And now, sorrow. "I don't know how I'm doing. Some days are good, some days are bad. When I'm here, I feel bad. I feel sick to my stomach." Jasmine Lynn's parents made the trip from Kansas City to Atlanta this week to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Clark Atlanta University On September 3, 2009, Jasmine was visiting a SOCIAL SECURITY ENTITLEMENT FOR THE DISABLED Call: Michael A. Steinberg Attorney At Law (813) 221-1300 JASMINE LYNN friend that lived in a Clark Atlanta University dorm. While walking back towards the Spelman campus, Jasmine passed two groups of young men fighting. Jasmine's friend yelled, "Gun!" Before she could duck, Jasmine was shot in the chest and died. "I was on the phone with the hospital and I was about to get on my way to come here because I couldn't get any information," Franklin said. "And then, the doctor said, 'I'm sorry for your loss'. And I said, 'What loss?'." Jasmine's dad, Clint Lynn is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit. "Three/ or four weeks after the fact, I read in the paper that the Clark Atlanta University President closed the street, had extra I "T I t ?" patro s. oo a e. a reporter asked. "Too late," he agreed. upportThe lorida Sentinel Advertisers

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a IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 29-2009-CC 009453 HAMPTONS AT TAMPA CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. A Florida Not-For-Profit Corporation, (Plaintiff) vs. Joseph G. Lake et. al., (Defendant(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a F inal Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 27th day of October, 2009 and entered in CASE NO.: 29-2009-CC-009453, of the County Court in and for H i llsborough County Florida wherein Hamptons at Tampa Condominium Association, Inc., is Plaintiff and Joseph G. Lake are the Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E Twiggs Street 2nd Floor, Tampa Florida 33602 at 2 :00 P M on the 4th day of December, 2009 the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment towit: CONDOMINIUM UNIT NO. 922 OF HAMPTONS AT TAMPA PALMS CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF, AS RECORDE D IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 15865, AT PAG!: 1842, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. This property is located at the street address of : 15330 Amberly Drive #922, Tampa, FL Odessa, FL 33556 Any person claiming an interest i n surplus funds from the foreclosure sale if any, other than the property owner as of the da t e 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 TWO WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated day of November, 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : /s/TONYA TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday EditionFriday@ 3:00P.M. Friday EditionTuesday@ 3:00P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT $8 00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOUR AD IS PUBLISHED s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION f/\:; I' . I Case No.: 2009 J 24838 Division C ,., ARCH HOLDINGS, LLC -Series 2009B (Plaintiff) vs. CHARLES MCCRIMMON and all unknown parties claiming by through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHARLES MCCRIMMON; PATRICIA WRIGHT; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT 11/UNINOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: CHARLES MCCRIMMON & UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHARLES MCCRIMMON 5307 RAINBOW DRIVE TAMPA FL 33617 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal descript ion to-wit: LOT 21, BLOCK 40, MAP OF CAMPOBELLO ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 29 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any to it on Gary I. Gassel Esquire Plaintiffs attorney whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [X] on or before the 23rd day of November, 2009 and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherw i se a default will be entered against you for the rel ief demanded in the Complaint. ATTN: 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. / CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this .ant day of November. 2009 . PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed b ids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Managemeni Brooksville Florida and publicly opened at the specified t ime for : RFB 1003 AGGREGATE OPENS NOVEMBER 24, 2009 @2:30P.M. Bid Documents, Speci fications and Drawings may be obtained from the District's Internet website at http : //www watermatters org/procurement or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management Distri ct 2379 Broad Street, Brooksvi lle, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211 extension 4133 or (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 ( i n Florida) The D i strict reserves the r i ght to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or w i thout cause Malcolm K. Wilson CPPO MPA Purchasing Manager Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Keys To Life. DBA Because We Are One located at 4701 East Hanna Avenue, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa, Florida 33610 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, ,, Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 10th day of November. 2909 . Sole Owner(s) Keys To Life, Inc. Charles L. Kennedy President For All. Your Legal Or Classified Advertising Needs ... Call LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Or Fax (813) 248-9218 c m en c z 0 < m s::: OJ m ::0 N 0 0 CD ., r-0 en m z :::::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::::! z "'tJ c OJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m c m en c )> z c ., ::u c (j) m ... en

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0) 0 0 N 0 ..... 0::: w Ill ::!: w > 0 z c en w ::> ..... c 0::: u.. c z <( c en w ::> ..... w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::> ll. z ;::: w ...J ,...J ::> Ill ...J w z ;::: z w en <( c r:t: 0 ...J u.. NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under a n O r de r of J u d ici a l Sal e entered in the Uni ted Sta t es o f America vs KENNETH D GU THERY, MARLENE S GUTHERY, WACHOVIA MORTG A GE CORPORATION, ROBERTS. HOBBS as Trustee of an unknown trust, FBNR, INCORPORATED, and DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector the United States w ill offer to sell at public auct ion. Date: 12/3 / 09 Time: 2 : 00 pm Sale Location: 5302 Pur i tan Road Tampa, Florida 33617 Title Offered: A Fee Simple Title i s offered Any rights title, liens claims or i nterests in the [property] of the United States and all other parties in this action are discharged upon confirmat ion of the sale Description of Property: 4205 East Busch Boulevard Tampa, Flor i da 33617 3,150 Sq Ft 2-Story Commercial building on .4 acres zoned CG. l egal desc r iption is as follows : Lots 7 and 8, Block 2, rev i sed map of Druid Hills as recorded in Plat Book 25, Page 33 of the Public Records of H i llsborough County Florida ; LESS a portion of Lot 8 described as follows : Begin at the Northwest corner of said Lot 8 ; thence southeas t erly along the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 87 06 feet to the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8, then southwesterly along the easterly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 1 16 .07 feet to the Southeaster l y corner of said Lot 8 ; then on an arc to the right along the Southerly boundary of said Lot 8 a chord distance of 55 0 feet ; thence Northeasterly a distance of 110.45 feet to the point of beginning. (less that portion of above described p r operty taken for road right-of-way for Temple Terrace Highway ) (State Road No. 580) Property may be inspected at: Open House on 12/2/09 from 9 : 00 am to 11: 00 am Minimum Bid: $360,000.00 The Terms of Payment: When the high bid is accepted, the h i ghest b i dder must deposit 20% of the purchase price w i th the Property Appraisal & Liquidation Specialist conducting the sale Before be ing permitted to bid at the sale, bidders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply with this requirement. No bids will be received from any suc h person(s) who have not presented proof that if they are the successful bidder(s) they can make the deposit required by th i s order of sale. The balance of the purchase price for the respective property shall be tendered to the IRS PALS by the successful bidder within 30 days following the date of sale in the form of a certified check made payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, except that Robert S. Hobbs, Trustee ("Hobbs"), in the event he is the successful bidder must tender cash payment or cert i fied funds to satisfy all senior liens and may tender the remaining portion of his payment as a credit bid i e i n the form of a reduct i on of the debt he is owed. Hobbs is not subject to the deposit requirement set forth above In the event that the purchaser fails to ful fill these requirements the deposi t shall be forfeited and applied to the expenses of sale and the real property shall be reoffered for sale Hobbs shall be entitled to a credit bid in the max imum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($1 00 000 00) after payment in cash or certified funds to satisfy the reasonable e x penses of sale all real property taxes Form of Payment: All payment must be by cash, certified cashier s or treasurer's check drawn on any bank or trust company incorporated under the laws of the United States Payment may a l so be made by any United States Postal, bank e x press or telegraph money order Make check or money order payable to the United States D i strict Court for the Middle Distr i ct of Florida The United States may bid as a credit against its judgment w i thout tender of cash Absent the purchaser's default the sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court. On confirmation of the sale the Internal Revenue Service shall execute and deliver a Deed conveying the property to the successful purchaser The government reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to withdraw the property from sale Pursuant to 28 U S C Section 2001, the sale is ordered and made w i thout right of redemption The property is offered for sale 'where is" and "as is" and without recourse against the Un i ted States The United States makes no guarantee of condition of the property or its fitness for any purpose The United States will not consider any cla i m for allowance or adjustment or for the rescission of the sale based on failure of the property to comp l y with any expressed or implied representation Important Information Th i s i s not an advert isement of a sale of seized property. This is an information notice only regarding a sale being conducted by the Internal Revenue Service as a result of the foreclosure of an Internal Revenue Sef'l!ice Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice If you want additional information about the property and proposed sale please contact the office at the address below Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 5117MES Mesa AZ 85204 480-503-7292 fldel. n .atenclo@irs.gov 11/6, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24/09 CNS-1731727# FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Und er an Order of Judicial Sale entered in the United States of America vs. KENNETH D GUTHERY, MARLENE S GUTHERY, WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, ROBERTS. HOBBS as Trustee of an unknown trust, FBNR, INCORPORATED, an d DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector the United States will offer to sell at ptiblic auction Date : 12/3/09 Time: 1 : 00 pm 1 Sale Location: 5302 Puritan Road Tampa Flor i da 33617 I Title Offered : Only the right t i tle and interest of the Taxpayer i n and to the property will be offered for sale I f requested the Internal Revenue Serv ice w i ll furn ish information about possible which may be usefu l in determining the value of the i nterest being sold Description of Property: 5302 Pur i tan Road Tampa, Florida 33617 PIN : U 27 -28 19-ZZZ 000001-37660 0 1,667 Sq Ft Single Family Residence 2BD 1 BA Lot size: 189,921 Sq Ft Built in 1956 legal description is as follows : a F r om the Northwest comer of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 28 South, Range 19 East Hillsborough County, Florida run thence South 475 feet, thence East 1299 fee t to the Point of Beginning ; cont i nue thence East 100 feet thence North to the River thence Westerly a l ong the r i ver to a point North of the Point of Beginning, thence South to the Point of Beginning; b Beginning at a point 475 feet South and 1199 feet east of the Northwest corner of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 27, Township 28 South, Range 19, thence East 100 feet, thence North to the waters of Hillsborough River, thence meander Southwesterly along the waters edge to a point due North of the Point of Beginning ; thence due South to the Point of Beginning Property may be inspected at: Drive-by Only Minimum Bid: $360,000 00 The Terms of Payment: When the high bid is accepted the h i ghest bidder must deposit 20% of the pur chase pr i ce with the Property Appraisal & Liquidat i on Specialist conducting the sale The balance of the purchase price must be paid in full no later than 30 days from the date of the sale Form of Payment: All payment must be by cash cert i fied, cashier 's or treasurer's check drawn on any bank or trust company i ncorporated under the laws of the United States. Payment may also be made by any United States Postal bank, express or telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the Uni t ed States D i stri c t Cou rt for the Middle District of Florida The United States may bid as a credit against its judgment without tender of cash Absent the purchaser s default, the sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court. On confirmation of the sale the Internal Revenue Service shall execute and deliver a Deed conveying the property to the successful purchaser. The government reserves the right to reject any and all b ids and to withdraw the property from sale Pursuant to 28 U S C Section 2001, the sale is ordered and made without r i ght of redemption The property i s offered for sale ''where is" and "as is" and without recourse against the United States The United States makes no guarantee of condition of the property or its fitness for any purpose The States will not consider any claim for allowance or adjustment or for the of the sale based on failure of the property to comply with any expressed or implied representation Important Information This is not an advertisement of a sale of seized property. This is an information notice only regarding a sale being conducted by the Internal Revenue Service as a result of the foreclosure of an Internal Revenue Service Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice If you want additional information about the property and proposed sale, please contact the office at the address bebv. ......,_,.. raSiaMce l't!WIA....,_ PMLS 1118 E. 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