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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q a: Q ...I u. VOL. 66 NO. 11 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Activist RetumsTo Help People Vicitized SEE PAGE 3 Students Can Visit Florida AIM University SEE PAGE 2 Architect Records His 36-Year Career In Book SEE PAGE 8 Proverb As long as a human being lives, he will/earn ' SEE PAGE 14 NCNW MEMBERS PRESENT CERTIFICATE TO SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER Members of the Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) presented a certificate to School Board Vice Chair, Doretha Edgecomb, center for her participation in a recent ceremony. The council recently installed officers for 2010-2011 and Mrs. Edgecomb conducted the ceremony. The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by NCNW 3rd Vice President, Patrice Mitchell, left, and President, Electa Davis.

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Features c:o C\1 a: w m :E w Ill. w en >=ic( 0 en w 1-Countv Organization Records 104 New East Tampa Businesses BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In April of this year, the Hillsborough County Small Business Development Center opened a satellite office at the Tampa Police Department' District III headquarters on 22nd Street. The office was set up as a resource for small businesses to take advantage of training and other services. Ed Johnson, East Tampa Development Manager, said as p art of their quarterly r e port, they c anvassed small businesses in E ast Tampa and discove red 104 had opened. Finance (TIF) sponsored partnership for one year, with an option to renew. Also, it is now official that a Family Dollar Store will be opening on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 15th Street. Johnson said after the Family Dollar developers scouted locations a year ago, they were contacted and told about their decision. "They made sure the community knew what w a s going on. A ctua l construction w ill start in about a m onth or s o or whe n the site h a s bee n cleared of existing businesses. "That number doesn' t neeessarily reflect store fronts, C but also includes home" This store means a lot to East Tampa and v.ill be a nice addition to the area, es pecially since we just had 15th Street resurfaced. It a lso m eans jobs Ea s t T ampa r es id ents a: LL c z <( c en w 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::J m ll. z i= w _,J _,J m _,J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _,J LL based and internet busi-nesses. "Of the 104, 59 have been visited b y the development center personnel, and some have taken advantage of our training program." Johnson said the county agency is a Tax Increment Johnson said the Family Dollar group did their own property acquisitions, and no TIF dollars are involved in this development. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREE PmttJssional StJIVictJI Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, .No Fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Sentinel Editorial Board Meets With HART CEO, Board Member The Sentinel Editorial Board met for more than 2 hours last Wednesday with David J. Armijo, Chief Executive Offi cer for Hillsborough Area Re gional Transit Authority (HART), and (Rev.) Wallace Bowers, a member of the HART Board They were joined by Mayor Pam Iorio and former Congressman, Jim Davis. The meeting was to discuss the Transit System's expansion and its effect on the African American community from the ground level. Much of the discussion cen tered on the proposed 1 cent sales tax that will appear on the Novemb e r 2, 2010 b a llot. If pa sse d revenue fr o m the tax is s l a t e d to imp r ove local tran si t se rvi c e right a way, a nd begin the process of light rail for the T a mpa community Members of the S e ntinel Ed itorial Board s till ha v e con cerns a bout the African American community being burdened with the tax, more than other communities. Armijo indicated that the improved bus service would double the bus fleet and em ployees, and provide shorter waiting times. HART is ex pected to manage the light rail. Board member Randolph kinsey told the HART group that there is concern for the Black community because 9 of 10 times when dollars are levied, the African American community is omitted Board member Kay-Andrews' concern is that there is no policy in place that will guarantee any African Ameri can participation in anything Board member Atty. Warren H. Dawson, said his con c ern is that there is no business plan as to how HART will proceed HART has been holding open houses throughout the com munity to share its plans. HART Board member Bowers said his board is consider ing several avenues to make sure the African American community is included. They are about to a federally mandated disparity study. Kinsey also inquired about creating a level playing field for small African American busi nesses. Armijo said everyone has to be made aware. He said it's important to find ways for smaller firms to partner with larger firms. Sentinel Editorial Board member Wilbert Malphus had concerns about the goals that are included in construc tion jobs, but are not actually carried through. Rubin Padgett had the same concerns. Bowers said his board is put ting together a mandate that will work this out. Malphus also inquired about the profes sionals who are involved now in this process. local Students Invited To Visit FAMU Hig h sch ool se nior s a nd jun iors a r e invit e d to a one -da y trip to Florid a A&M University on Saturda y October 16, 2010. No hotel stay is involved. Priority will be given to junior, s e niors and community college transf ers, ho wever, other stu dent s ar e invit ed. A parent, guardian or mentor must accompany the student. A small fee is asked to cover the trip e x penses A bu s will l e a v e Tamp a at 4 a m to arrive in Tall a h a ss e e b y 8 a m The r e will be a br e akfa s t s t o p alon g th e way Th e da y will be filled with ac tivities for the students to expe rience. At 8:30 a. m., the s tudents will attend an Aca demic Preview in the Al Lawson Multipurpose Center This will last until1 p. m. The students will then be treated to lunch, walk around the campus and meet the school's ro yal court. Miss FAMU" is Kindall Johnson of Odessa a 200 7 1-B graduate of Hills borough High School. The group will ha v e an opportunity to check out the March. ing 100 as they prepare for the show They ll also watch the pre-game show, the first half of the game between FAMU and Savannah State Uni versity, the half-time show and prepare to return to Tampa. The group will stop in Gainesville for dinner and ex pect to arrive in Tan1pa by 10 p. m. aboard Road Ready Tours. Those interested in taking the trip should call (813) 732F AMU (3268) or email s.trikin:. famurattler@hotmail.com. Public Schools Facilities Forum Oct. 8 At Middleton High School Auditorium Deadline to regist e r Octob e r 1 2010 Hillsborough County Publi c Schools (HCPS) Faciliti es Divi sion and Office o f Supplier Di vers ity (OSD) in p a rtnership with the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP, invite bu s ines s r e pre se ntatives to th e 2010 Fa c ilitie s Division Forum on Friday, Oct. 8 a t Middleton Hig h S c hool Auditorium 4801 N.22 nd St. Th e f o rum i s a n e tw o rkin g a nd bu s in ess -buildin g o pp o r tuni ty f o r r eprese nt a ti ves o f lo ca l bu s in esses curre ntl y wor kin g with th e s ch ool di s tri c t as w ell as r eprese nt a tiv es of bu s in esses int e rest e d in be c oming HCPS r eg i s t e r e d v e n dors. Thi s f o rum i s a n o th e r e x a m ple of th e p attne r s hip b e tw ee n the HCPS district and our bran c h to continu e t o k ee p our bu s in ess communi ty in f orm ed of upc o min g opportunities and bu s in ess pra cti ces," sa id Carolyn Collins, pre s id e nt of th e Hill s borough County Branch of the NAACP. The forum will be held from 1-3 p m The forum provides valuable information about pot e ntial bu s ines s opportunities that could benefit local certified small businesses construction management firms architects en g ine e r s and tra de subcontra ctors. In addition to receiving up-3608 N. 1Sth(comer0flake) dates about facilities business practices attendees also will be able to network with construc tion managers architects en gineers prime contractors and school district facilities staff. Deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 1. }
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Features Former Communitv Activist Returns Readv To Help People Being Victimized BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The name "Helen LaCount" is one that has not been heard much in the Tampa community. In fact, it was a little more than 10 years ago that she left Tampa for a new life in North Carolina. She returned to Tampa earli er this year and is working her way back into the community. She has been assessing the needs of the community and been active in several cases Since returning. to Tampa, she too lias seen the frustra tions that some residents have shared with her. We have more affluent AfricanAmericans than ever, more learned and more politicians than ever before in our com munity, yet the gap is widen ing .What people are we serving?," she asks Since being away, Ms. LaCount Evans earned a BA de.gree in Elementary HELEN LACOUNT Education from North Carolina Central University, a Master's in Divinity from Shaw University and gave her initial sermon in North Carolina. She's currently working towards a Master's of Divinity in Church Leadership through Evangelical Liberty University. She already has a BA degree in Criminal Justice, a Paralegal degree from HCC and a background in Law Enforcement. "I'm trying to posture myself so that people can benefit from the training live received, she stated. She has established a non profit (Laevans, Inc.) that will assist women, the youth and the elderly Its mission is to increase the quality of life for the grassroots. The inactivity of the African American community on the political scene led to the formation of H E. Peoples Choice P A. C. "This is the 21st Century and we need to be politically involved -get authentic, relevant candidates in office," she explained. H. E. Advocacy is a consult ing firm to give guidance to those who may need assistance in resolving education issues. She has already assist ed several persons in the com munity What does it mean for Helen LaCount to be back in Tampa? "I'm looking forward to helping people who are being victimized by this vicious cycle." Black Republican Club wants To Aid Voters BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer The African American Republican Club of Hillsborough County was founded in 2008 by its president, WILLIS Willis "KC" Bowick. "KC" BOWICK The goal of the organization is to establish the help of small businesses to aid the voters in any aspect the club can offer "We also want to demonstrate that there is no dispari ty of any kind as it relates to discrimination economically, in housing, or employment." "We meet once a month (the last Saturday of every month) from 2 p.m until 4 p.m. at the College Hill Library." Bowick said the political vision of the club is to put African American candidates in office at all levels of politi cal office. "Currently, we're working on building our membership and on the February 2012 Republican Convention that's coming to Tampa. We're also working on getting the word out to voters on the different of politics." Bowick said they want to unite African Ameri-can Republicans and get voters prepared for the upcoming elections. "Aside from the name of the organization, men, women, and children of all colors are welcome. We're not discrimi nating against anyone." The other officers of the club are Ms. W. Curtis, VicePresident; Carlton Lewis, Secretary, and Joe Robinson, Treasurer. The address for the club is 3409 East Tally Court, and their phone number is (813) 964-6897 For more information about the club, e-mail them at kc11320032hotmail.com. c: Vice President AI Gore To Campaign For Kendrick Meek In m en c en m m s: tD m JJ 1\) CXI Tampa Thursdav KENDRICK MEEK MIAMI GARDENS, FL The Kendrick Meek campaign announced that former ViCe President AI Gore will cam paign for Kendrick Meek at a rally in Tampa on Thursday, September 30. "I am honored to have Vice President Gore visit Florida in support of my cam paign. Together, we'll show Floridians that there is just one candidate who will stand up for Florida's environment and middle-class families in this state," said Kendrick Meek, the Democratic nomi nee for U.S. Senate. The event is open to the public, but reserved seating tickets can be obtained by calling 1-877-354-6335 or going to www.KendrickMeek. com /AlGore. Tickets can also be picked up in per son at the locations below. Gore has been a supporter VPALGORE of Kendrick's candidacy for U. S. Senate for over a year and even sent out an email to campaign supporters asking they donate to Kendrick's campaign. The rally will be at the Letter Carriers Hall, 3003 W. Cypress St. Doors open at 4:45 p. m. Ticket Distribution Locations: DEC Office 2250 1St Ave. N St. Petersburg, FL 33'7t.3 Distribution Time: 10-8 PM, Monday,. Friday ., r 0 :D g en m z z m r tD c: Tampa Camp:aign: for r r-AccountabiUty Field gJ z 3009 Barcelona St. ""CJ Tampa, FL 33629 i Distribution Time: 10-8 PM, r c;; ::::1: m c m < m :D < c: m en ;;( )> z c

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0 editorials/Columns ex) N a: w m w Ill. w CJ) < c CJ) w :::;) 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Flor i da 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To:. Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-2o1o (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAVES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOVNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscrlptions-$44.!10-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnis t s or Guest W r iters, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Uniforms Get Bener c If Gradesil Phooev! Z I fyou haven't heard, let us be the first to tell you. Pinel-CC las County Superintendent Julie Janseen intends to make mandatory the wearing of uniforms for all elementary and middle schools in her district. Already, the fur is w flying. The American Civil Liberties Union contends (as is un> derstandable) that such a policy would be a direct affront a: to parental and student rights, and would signal an attack on the American freedom of individual creativity. HowW ever, supporters of the Pinellas County schools manifesto ffi insist such a move puts education back into the forefront, J: as opposed to distractions such as fashions and clothes CJ) costs. :::J r:o Perhaps, however, we forget that schools are not the :::;) only systems where uniforms are worn. Curiously a. enough, America's prison system has never initiated or embraced a love for freedom of the choice of apparel. NeiW ther has our nation's armed forces cottoned to an idea of "Don't-ask-Don't-tell" fashions for soldiers, sailors, or :::;) marines. But what we're finding fascinating is the fact r:o that corporate America -as opposed to places like corpo....1 w rate Japan-has steadily distanced itself from ideas like Z suiting its employees in uniforms (unless one calls blue two-piece suits uniforms). W We say if schoolho11$e uniforms are a means of defeating CJ) saggy-pants wearing and under-shorts-showing, then perhaps, school officials simply need to say so, then back it away from providing an impression that wearing unig forms may somehow help students get better grades. SciI.L entists don't agree with that idea, and we don't, either. Keidrick Meek: -He canl' Listen! Don't believe the hype that Representative Kendrick Meek cannot or will not win the U. S. Senate race to become Florida's first Black United States Senator. We call for all of our readers who are eligible to vote to register before October 4th, and to march to the polls in record numbers to-vote in the upcoming general election on November 2nd, Why? We have a point to prove! Do not be misled. This upcoming election is every bit as as the 2008 election where we elected our .first Black Chief Executive, Barack Obama. We did it then. We can do it again. Tho1;1gh we respect Charlie Crist, the truth points to Meek's 8 years of building solid bipartisan relati<,>nships in Congress, of his sponsoring and supporting legislation "'t for all Floridians, and for his having the foresight and w courage to lead fellow Floridians through tough deciCJ sions and difficult issues. One thing's for sure. Kendric'k Meek will never con-Voting Begins This week V oting for the November 2, elections start this week. More than 3 ,000 voters will receive their absentee bal lot in the mail. Some people will fill their ballots out imme diately and send them back to the Supervisor of Elections of fice. Still, others will hold on to their ballots. Of those holding onto their ballots, some will lose them and others just won't return them. But, some time the first votes for this all important election will have been cast. Black people, we need to get i nto the election mode NOW! It is important that we TURN out in massive numbers like we did in 2008. The November election is not a presiden tial election and no, President Barack Obama won't be on the ballot. Instead, legislators, judges, school board members, governors, cabinet members and issues will be on the ballot. These people make decisions that impact your life on a daily basis. They can prevent much needed good things from oc curring and they can pass laws that affect our lives in a nega tive manner. Two very important issues on the November ballot right here in Hillsborough County are the change to the class size law and the penny transportation tax. If you think that these two issues are not important, then think again. One impacts your child s education and one takes money out of your poc kets Look at the United States government Note that that U. Historicallv Black Colleges And Universities: 1831-1890 I magine a world without Thurgood Marshall, W. E. B. DuBois, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Langston Hughes, Leontyne Price, Oprah Winfrey, Vernon Jordan or Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. They along with thousands of other famous Black Americans are graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universi ties (HBCUs) There is an adage about al ways remembering the "bridge that brought you over." HBCU's served and continue to serve as bridges that have brought millions of Black Americans "over" since the founding of the fir8t Black HBCU, Cheyney University, in Pennsylvania, in 1837 HBCUs are American institu tions of higher educatio it that were established during slav ery and post-Civil War through 1964, for the purpose of edu cating Black Americans. Today, there are 105 public and private HBCUs, including four-year institutions, land grant colleges, medical schools -and community colleges Of that number, 27 institutions offer doctoral programs, 52 offer graduate degrees at the Masters' level; 83 provide de grees at the Bachelor's l e vel, and 38 offer Associates' de grees All of the HBCUs are or were located in former slave states except for Cheyney UniverSity (Pennsylvania), Central State University (Ohio), Lewis Col lege of Business (Michigan), Lincoln University (Pennsylva nia), Wilberforce University (Ohio), and now-closed Westem University (Kansas) Three HBCU's were established prior to the Civil War and include Cheyriey University (1837), Lincoln University (1854), and Wilberforce University (1856). After the Civil War, predom inantly white Baptist, Methodist Episcopal, Presby terian, Episcopalian and Con gregational churches made major educational contribu tions by establishing second ary, collegiate and professional schools to train Black ministeachers, doctors and S Congress is literally stag nant. Partisan politics has our national government in a ter rible log jam. The senators and represen tatives can't solve our eco nomic crisis they can t create jobs, they can t end our de pendency on foreign oil, they can t address global warming, clean energy, the two wars that we are trying to fight, poverty, homelessness and so many other concerns of the Ameri can citizens. Do we want more years of this? If we don't then we must vote. Rest assured, if we don t 1 vote this partisan log jam will continue. We need to understand that the game is politics Either we get wholly into the process or we continue to be denied the blessings of liberty, the right to justices and the keys to the vault of opportu nity. Get fired up over the election. Get involved, but most of all vote Vote absentee, vote early or go to the polls, but above all vote! It is your right, your duty and your voice. VOTE! lawyers. At the same time, Black Baptist, Mrican Methodist Episcopal (AME) and Mrican Methodist Episcopal zion (AMEZ) churches founded schools and colleges for former slaves 1 The Black Baptist Church supported the founding of Wayland Seminary (Vrrginia), Shaw University (North Car olina), Atlanta Baptist (now Mo r ehouse) and Spelman (Georgia), and Leland College in Louisiana. Meanwhile, the AME churches established Morris Brown College (Georgia), Allen University (South Carolina), Kittrell College (North Car olina), Edward Waters College (Florida) and Paul Quinn Col lege (Texas). During the same time frame the AMEZ Church founded Livingstone College (North Carolina). In 1890 because Southern state colleges funded by the 1863 Morrill Act (which estab lished land grant colleges in each state) had excluded Blacks, a second Morrill Act was passed that required states t o establish separate land grant colleges for Blacks, if they were being excluded from then existing land grant colleges. Thus, these colleges also became HBCUs Today's challenge is to make certain we support the HBCU "bridges that brought us over" in order that they may con tinue to future Black stu dents. We need them, and they need us. Harambee! tribute to a Republican-led gridlock in Congress, nor ever attempt to sabotage Presdent Obama on practically every piece of legislation he proposes. Kendrick Meek has indeed, proven his commitment to Floridians on issues of health. care, clean energy, closing tax loopholes for the rich, and creating jobs for the unem-ployed. So, we say, if anyone can, KENDRICK MEEK WILL! And he will, indeed, if we do what must! VOTE.

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Local Police Department Seeks Young Artists For Competition BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor pencil, pastel, and water color. The triptych should include an image representing the three core values: family, faith and education. On Thursday, February 24th, the Tampa Police Department will observe their 23rd Annual Cele bration of African Amer ican History. The theme this year is "A Triple Crown: Reflections of the African American Family, Faith, and Education." MAJOR GERALD HONEYWELL Photography, sculpture or computer generated artwork will not be accepted. The artwork must be submitted on 11 x 14 paper size and mounted on matt board. All of the submissions will be considered for ex hibition during the proThis year, the Black History Committee will host an Art Contest open ... Chairman of the Black History Committee, Tampa Police Department to high school students in Hillsbo rough County. The original art must be reflective of the theme and must be an original creation conceived by the entrant. However, it cannot have been created before the announcement of the contest. There is no submission fee to enter the contest. The first place winner will receive a $200 savings bond and have his or her work published by several law media. The second place winner will receive a $100 savings bond; and the third place winner will receive a $50 saving bond. The artist can submit one piece of 2D artwork in acrylic, charcoal, oil, gram. However, only selected pieces will be on public dis play. Individuals interested in partiCipating in the contest must submit a completed entry form with signed re lease statement and finished artwork by Monday, November 1, 2010, 4 p.m. The art submission, containing the artist's information on the back, must be submitted to the art teacher at his or her respective school by the deadline. A panel of judges will select the winners and they will be honored during the program. All winners of the contest will be notified by mail by December 1, 2010. CiiV MAliC To Host Third Annual Small & Minoritv Business svmoosium c: m (/) c !< (/) m "'D m s: txl m :::D N The Mayor's African sessions and afternoon ,?) American Advisory panel discussions with Council (MAAAC), in guests. conjunction with the Some of those guests City of Tampa, will host will represent local gov-the 2010 Small & Mi-ernment, and the public nority Business Sympo-and private seftor. sium on Saturday, The Symposium also October 3o, 2010. The includes light breakfast event is open to the pubsnacks. The keynote lie and will take place at speaker for the luncheon the Wyndham West-L-------" is Ms. Eileen Ro-HERMAN BROXTON a} D" shore of Tampa (for... President of driguez, Region I-merly The Quorum African American rector for the University Hotel), 700 N. West-Advisory Council of South Florida, Small shore Boulevard (off Business Development Westshore and Cypress) Center. from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Anyone wishing to obtain additional The Symposium is being held to information about the symposium bring together small and minority can visit www.tampagov.net/businesses seeking to increase busi-MAAAC. Anyone wishing to contact ness opportunities. This year's theme the MAAAC Liaison can call (813) is "Paving the Road to Successful 274-8152 or via email at Business Opportunities." MAAACtampagov.net. The program will feature work shops on training, education, busi ness skills development, and information regarding grants and fi nance. fhe event includes free give-a ways throughout the day, hot topics "'D c: txJ. r Cii :I: m c m < m :::D < c: m (/) c )> z c

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ESCAMBIA ALEXIS E. EDWARDS, III And JOANN ROCHON EDWARDS Escambia Alexis E. Edwards, employed by International Longshoremen Association Local 24 (ILA), Houston, TX (20 years), and Joann Rochon Edwards celebrated 16 years of marriage August 23, 2010. Joann's lineage hails from Lake Charles, LA. Edwards FamiiV Reunion Cruise J. BRUCE HARRIS, ROSA HARRIS, ESCAMBIAALEXIS EDWARDS, III, And ROMELLO HARRIS The Edwards Family Reunion Cruise was July 31 to August 5, 2010. Congratulations to grandson, Romello Harris, exploring the 4th grade. Hope you enjoyed your grad present, Aruban cruise. Happy birthday son-in-law, J. Bruce Harris, August 5, 2010. Allah, grace with wisdom and peac,e. Happy birthday daughter, Rosa Christina Edwards Harris (my lamb), Sept. 2010. Happy anniversary (9 years) daughter and son-in-law. From Escambia Alexis E. Edwards, III. May Allah bless this family. COMRADES IN ARMS ESCAMBIA ALEXIS EDWARDS, III Ending Ramadan, I seek the blessings for the com. rades in arms. USMC John Bell, Jr., August 18, 1966; James Bell, classmate 1963; James Stewart, classmate, 1963; Tyrone Taylor, U.S. Marine; Earl Messer, cl'Tissmate 1963; Abe Brown, coach and mentor; Arthur Nelson, classmate 1963. Allah, grant our families, friends and the demised peace in the resurrection. Escambia Alexis III, Class Chaplain 1963, Middleton Senior High School. Hillsborough leads State In National Merit Semifinalists For the third consecutive year, the Hillsborough County Public School District leads Florida in the number of public school stu dents named National Merit Semifinalists. There were 65 students. King High School led the way in Hillsborough County, with 15 semifinalists. Plant High School had 11. Robinson and Hillsborough each had eight. Bloomingdale had four; Newsome and Wharton each had three; Freedom and Alonso each had two; and Armwood, Blake, Brandon, Durant, Gaither, Middleton, Sickles, Strawberry Crest, and Tampa Bay Tech each had one semifinalist. "The fact that we have more than any other district in the state says a lot about the quality of our teachers and shows that our students are performing at the high est levels," Ms. MaryEllen Elia, Hillsborough School District Superintendent said. Pictures From Past Attending a wedding in this photo from the past are Floreen Lee, Brenda Bennett, and Valerie and Charles Morris. In this wedding scene are Mary LOretta Jones and Edith Murray. Reverends Leroy Kennon, A. D. Burton and C. D. Dixon posed for this photo during a church gathering. Honored by the Tampa Urban League were Sonja Garcia, Leartis Mayes and Atty. Charles R. Wilson.

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Horosco es/ Soa s c! Horoscopes Today's Birthday--You feel the need to expand and/or use personal resources in new ways this year. You develop intelligent plans that hold promise of success based upon your own best efforts and not on the promises of others. Cultivate an alternate income source. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Instead of frantically sorting through pos sibilities, take direct action. Physical movement reduces stress and allows you to reach a conclusion. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-A female tells you how to achieve greater comfort in a relationship. Don't fuss about the facts. Just follow her advice for best results. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Everyone puts their heads together to revise previously completed work. You're comfortable with just watching. Serve drinks and treats. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Your need for creative expression gets fulfilled through a group activity. At first you doubt this could be possible, but give it a chance. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Plan a romantic moment. Keep ail the details secret until you're sure about the venue and the guest list. Trust some one with experience to help. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-A couple you haven't seen in a long time issues an invitation for quite soon Shuffle your schedule and make reserva tions immediately. Aries (March 21-April19)-Unless you agree on details with someone close, you both end up fussing with neither one of you happy. You may have to go more than halfway Taurus (April2o-May 20)-A male in your environment is anxious to provide for you. Let him supply food and drink while you continue to work. Don't interrupt the idea flow. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You need to take care of practical matters before taking on any team activities That way there's no stress buildup. Clean something. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-You could spend the entire day consider ing a gift for someone special. Or you could join the group, get down to busi ness and get the job done. Leo (July 22) -A female associate inspires your passions through an invitation. Make sure you understand the appropriate dress code. Then you can relax and enjoy the company. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Invite people over for some serious fun. You choose the game. Give someone else the opportunity to plan the menu. Use paper plates. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN -Someone must ask a loved one if that person committed the murder; JR gets information on Asher and realizes he's closer to the family than he thought; Bianca calls Caleb out on missing Erica. JR confronts Asher on his true identity; Madison reassures Randi that Frankie is just a friend; Kendall snaps. Caleb tells Krystal he will help Marissa fight JR for custody of AJ; Colby worries about Asher's involvement with JR; Natalia asks Brot out on a date. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Eric and Ridge confer about Stephanie's birthday; Eric and Stephanie reminisce about their tumultuous history together; Ridge is relieved when Brooke tells him that she's willing to put real effort into repairing her relationship with Stephanie. Eric confronts Stephanie about her odd behavior; Stephanie decides to plan her own birthday party; Steffy suggests that Ridge become the new spokesmodel for the men's lingerie line; Stephanie denies Brooke's attempt to make amends in their rela tionship. Hope asks if she can bring Liam to the birthday party; Liam apologizes to the Forrester family; Oliver goes to Aggie and Nick about problems in his love life; Stephanie has a difficult time maintaining her civility with Brooke during her birthday party. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Rafe and Sami get the call that EJ has woken up; Rafe learns that EJ doesn't remember anything; Brady goes to the pet and speaks with the caretaker; Kayla overhears Stephanie and Ian talking about the paternity results. Sami reluctantly brings Johnny and Sydney to see EJ; Kayla and Daniel reminiscence; Philip finds Melanie's perfect home; Carly asks Chloe if she had the one-night stand with Nathan; Johnny tells his dad that he's now living with Sami and Rafe.Sami continues to pretend she's married to EJ, and Rafe tries to be supportive; Chad gets the wrong idea and thinks that Kate is coming on to him; Nicole pumps the funeral director for information about Brady; Kate is worried about keeping two secrets. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jason tries to convince Brenda to return to Port Charles for her safety; Robin takes a tumble down a well; Carly pushes Sonny to admit he is using Claire. Robin sees visions of her old love, Stone (Michael Sutton); Patrick tries to work Lisa for clues; Siobhan overhears Lucky's true identity. Dante and Lulu get lost in the Irish countryside; Mac arrests Patrick for Robin's disappearance; Carly refocuses her ef forts to get revenge on Dante. ONE LiFE TO LIFE -Starr confides in Blair that she's conflicted about her feelings for James; Marty suggests Cole should give Hannah space. Markka and Langston recon nect. Greg's testimony may help Todd win custody of Dani; Cole reveals to Starr that Han nah is living with his mom; Jessica asks Natalie to be her maid of honor. Rex isn't honest when Bo questions him; Bo becomes suspicious of Clint s intentions for helping James; Natalie and Clint talk about her relationship with John. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Deacon becomes an ally for a reluctant Nikki; Abby decides to take back control. Mac and J.T. get exciting news about theirfamily; Chris pre pares to leave Genoa City. Phyllis and Billy turn the tables on Skye; Kevin makes a deal with the devil. c en m "'tJ -t m s:: m m :::c N 00 N 0 ...... 0

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Tampa Metro Section 0 1 The National council 01 Negro women, Inc. Installs OHicers Architect Records His 36-Year Career In Book c 0: u. c z <( c en w :::: ..... ii: w > w c w :::1: en :::i m :::: a.. The Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women elected officers, board members and committee chairs for 2010-2012. They were installed by Doretha Edgecomb on Sept. 11th. Seated left to right, Gloria Philmore, Teresa Morning, Electa Davis, Gf!raldine Twine, and Rosalie Jones. h II l C p Standing, left to right: Patricia Jones, Rutledge, Pa.trice Mite e C em.nne er;y, Sadarria James, Deidre Tatum, Mary F. Williams, Alma Childs, Carolyn Watson, Josephme Townsend, Lucille Morris,"Dawn Dasher, and Gloria Davis. During the September meeting of Tampa Metro Section, National Council of Negro Women, elected Offi cers, Board Members, and Committee Chairs were in stalled into office for fiscal years 2010 through 2012. The installation was con ducted by the Honorable Doretha W. Edgecomb, Vice Chair of the Hillsbo rough County School Board. They consisted of Electa D. Davis, President; Teresa Morning, 1st Vice President and Program Chair; Patricia Jones, 2nd V. P. and Membership, along with Budget and Finance Chair; Patrice Mitchell, 3n1 V. P. and Youth Chair of Des-Williams, Fin. Sec.; Carolyn Watson, Asst. Fin. Sec.; Selphenia Hudson, Recording Sec., Gloria W. Davis, Asst. Recording Sec. and Publicity Chair; Erma Griffin, Corresponding Sec. and Heart Com. Chair, along with Kay Berrien; Clemmie C. Perry, Historian and Technology Com. Chair. Molbert Scrivens, Audit Com. Chair; Edna Berryhill and Anita Brown, N aminating and Election Com. Chairs; Sergeant-at Arms Com. Chair, pending; Geraldine I. Twine, President Emeritus and NIH/NCNW Cluster Leader; Members-at-Large are Dawn Dasher, Rosalie N. Jones and Lucille Morris. Meeting Saturday tiny's Promise; Sadarria ...I w James, Treasurer; Mary F. z z i= w ...I ...I :::: m Also, Lorretta Cottman, Parliamentarian and By Laws, she is assisted by Barbara Rutledge; Sonya Pridgen, Legal Com. Chair; Deidre Tatum, Social Weifare Com. Chair; Josephine Townsend, Chaplain and Education Com. Chair; Gloria L. Philmore and Alma Childs, Cherrio Com. Chairs; Antonia Barber, Life Member Com. Chair; The first fiscal meeting for year 2010 -2011 is sched uled for Sat., Oct. 2"d, 10 a. m. at Lee Davis NSC, comer of N. 22"d St. and E. 26th Av. Written reports are due from all Committee Chairs. Infor mation for the quarterly newsletter is due to Dawn Dasher. Members are encouraged to be present and on time. Interested visitors are welcome. i= z w en cs: c a: 0 ...I u. The Staff Of ON-QUE! MAGAZINE, INC. Cordially Invites You To Take Part r!!!::=:;;;; In A Tribute To The Founder And Publisher Of Qn.;Quel Magazine 7 P.M. For LADY MARIE TARVER WHITE Gloria W. Davis, Public ity Chair; Electa D. Davis, President. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ronald Harden didn't set out to become an architect However, he possesses a nat ural talent for drawing and putting things together. As a 9th grade student, he re ceived his introduction to the craft after enrolling in the drafting class a t Blake High School. He remained in the class for 4 y ears and gradu a t e d i n 1969. After graduating, he later enrolled in the Project LEAP Program to learn the field of carpentry and worked as an apprentice carpenter that summer. He then realized that if he was going to work in the field of architecture, he needed additional training. Harden said he enrolled at Hillsborough Community College in the Architecture Construction Technology Program and earned his A. S. degree. "I was the first Black to graduate from that program at HCC." However, although he only needed a few hours of work with a firm to complete the required internship, it was difficult. While looking through the newspaper, Harden saw an advertisement for an Office Boy at a local architectural firm and applied for the job. It was during the segregation era and he felt the position would at least get his foot in the door. That allowed him to meet the internship require ments, he said. Harden wrote in his book named "Untold Archi tectural Black History of Tampa, Florida," "W"illiam J. Webber, of Reynolds, Smith & Hills Architects was the first man to hire me and I Ordination Service will bt htld Oct. 3rd, 5 P. M at Dlscomy Christian Church 10802 N. Annenla Ave., Tampa33812 For more Information: Rosie Dellaca 448-0537. RONALD HARDEN ... Author will never forget him, for he launched my career." After remaining with the firm for two years, Harden spent two years in the u. Marines. When he returned home in 1975, he knew addi tional training was in order if he were to determine his future career. Harden left that position and was hired by another firm, where he continued to gain experience. Since then, he has worked for several other firms and as an independent contractor. The book chronicles his ca reer as the industry changed and became diversified. It also talks about many of the projects he worked on and the role he played. Harden said there is al ways a once in a lifetime type project and this was the Per forming Arts Center. u was also one of the most difficult because of its special design. After being laid off, Harden decided to write his book. He spent the majority of 2009 writing, editing, and getting the book published, he said. A Tampa native, Harden, 59, is the son of the Mrs. Myrtha Lyons and the late Ned Lyons, Sr. He enjoys outdoor ac tivities including basketball, fishing and art. He currently serves as an Ar chitect Consultant. Correc.tion In an article in Friday's Sentinel, ,an incorrect name was given as person in the article about the Community Event sponsored by the Citizens Committee. The correct name is Adrienne white. The Sentinel apologizes for any inconvenience the error may have caused.

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Local Christian Jazz Event was Finale For St. Paul AME Church The fin a l eve n t h os t e d b y St. Pa ul AME C h urc h was a C hristi a n Jazz Affair-" Thanks For T h e Memories T h e event was h e ld in the l owe r uni t ofth e churc h b efo r e the fin a l wo r ship se r v i ce. (Photos by Sylvester Harris ) Pastor Bryant Fayson, standing left, with his mother, Claretha Christopher (honoree, arms folded), Phenia Sheffield, Marie Sheehy, Mary Green and other guests. -Claretha Christopher, Phenia J. Sheffield and Marie Sheehy at the Christian Jazz Affair. Ushers for the evening were Niara Fayson, Evan Lawson and lmani Fayson. Then! Is no cost to 11ttend 1111d all programs a-e fnle. For agee 16-21. LOCAnON Seminole tMight. Charter High 8ohool 4006 N Florid11 Avenue T a mpa, Fl 33603 Check Us Out On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter At www.twitter.com/ FLSENTINELB Joselyn Walker-Saffore was the organizer of the event. SHAWLONDA BARNES PUBLIC NOTICE The Following Proposed Initiatives Will Appear on the November 2, 2010 General Election Ballot COUNTY REFERENDA Countywide TaoiSpOttation System Canslruclion Maintananoe Oparatioias Through the L.evy of a One Peroent Salas Surtax Shall transportation improvements tlvoughout Hillsborough Coooty, Tampa. Temple Terrace and Plant City be funded by levying e one percent transportation seles surtax from January 1, 2011 repealed, deposited into a dedicated trust fund. all spending reviewed by an Independent 0ght committee of citizens and experts, with 75% apent on transit, Including local rilil and en expended bus system for express, local end neighboltlood service, and 25'J6 spmrt on improving nms and other bansportation projects? FOR the one percent (1 %) sales surtax AGAINST the one percent (1 %) seles surtax Amends the Chai'W to Ellmlnalle the Vlltio P-.s Provision of an EJected County Mayor Should the setting forth veto powers of an Elected County Mayor be eliminated from the Charter of Hillsborough County? YES NO Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions for New Businesses and Expansions of Existing BUSinesses Shall the Boan:i of County Commissionern o f H i llsborough County be authorized t o grant, purnuant to s 3 Art. Vll of the State Constitution, property tax exemptions to new busi nesses and expansions of exist ing businesses t o encourage economi c development a nd establish new jobs? YES Far authority to grant exemptions NO Against authority to grant exemptions A Proposal to Amend the Reapportionment ProviSion to Require an Additional Public Meeting Shall the Hillsborough County Charter be amended to require the Board of County Commi ssioners to hold an additional public meeting to consider proposed new d'IStrict boundaries if the board desires to make substantial changes to the proposed b oundaries that wem i nitially advertised and considered at the first public meetin g.' YES NO A Proposal to Amend the Hillsborough County Chartw Provisions 0 Pertaining to the lntanal Pertonnanoe Auditor Shall the Halsborough County Charter be amended to l'9llaiT1e the Internal Performance Auditor to County Internal Auditor; to delete the refenlnces to budget analyst, change qualificetions ; to establish en aU en m z ::j z m r-aJ c: r rm ::j z "0 c: aJ r-c;; :%: m c m < m -1 c: m en c > z c "'" :::c c

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0 a: w Tampa's Double-Dutch Teams Prepare For Competition BY LEON B. CREWS W Sentinel StaffWriter t-a. m What started out in N ew >= York C it y as two kids spin< nin g two jump ropes, one clockwise and the other w :::::) t-counte r-clockwise, h as now become a national pastime. The National Double Dutch League, founded b y David Walker in the early 1970s, has b eco me a world wid e phenomenon, and teams comp ete for prizes an nu ally. Stephone Webb, a New York native, is the president Of the league and locally Leah Lang has organized two teams that have been competing for the past five years. These Double Dutchers are working hard in preparation for the competition on October 2nd. Our two teams, the Dou ble Dutch Connection and the 813 Hotsteppers will be representing Tampa in the competition," said Lang. C The competition will be fE held October 2nd at the c Riverfront Park from 1 p.m. Z until 4 p m. and is being < sponsored by Red Bull and c en w :::::) t-> a: w > w c w :I: en ::J Ill :::::) a. z j::: the National Double Dutch league. Lang said the two teams from Tampa need all the support they can get, and the y are working out no w in preparation for the competi tion. ''I' m still committed to working with the youth in the community, but it's hard w ..J ..J :::::) Ill ..J w z j::: z w en . TURN IT OUT TUESDAYS < c 0 ..J LL 0 .,... 2 PC CHICKEN DARK-99C & THIGH-$1.99 EVERY DAY OBAMA SDMUlUS lUNCH SPECIAl! !!HOME OF D $5.00 RIB SIMICH!! POMPOMS to do alone. That's why com munity involvement is so vital, especia lly when our children are involved." Each competing will have at least four members, and will have 30 seconds to do their routine, and 30 sec onds to do speed jumping. All participants are at least 16 years old male and f e male. "We're trying to create more teams out of Tampa," said Webb. "T his competition will not be as strenuous as the others, and we're trying to re cruit more local teenagers to get involved." First plac e winners will get $1,000 and second place will get $ soo. There is no entry fee and food will be supplied to all the contestants. "The competition is open to the public, and the 0 & G Girls out of Atlanta will be providing entertainment," said Webb. "W e want everyone to come out and support their local team. First African-American Female Retiring From u. s. District Court Tampa Division After 3 1 years of service with th e U. S. District Court, Judy Thompson i s retiring on Thursday, September 30, 2010. Judy i s the first African American female hired in the U. S. District Court Tampa Division Clerks Office in 1979. She has been the Jury Admin istrator for the last 21 y ears. Mrs. Thompson was hired as a Docket Clerk for the lat e Honorable George C. Carr and was promoted to Jury Clerk in Tampa in 1984. In 1989 she was promoted to the Jury Administrator posi tion in Tampa She also worked with the Attorney Admission and Naturalization Ceremonies for the Court. Joining her at the retirement celebration were: her husband, James, son, Kevin, along with her mother C.eola Barber Polite; sisters, Lillie Barber ana Pamela mon and husband Baron; a host of co-workers and friends. Awards were presented b y : U: S. District Court Chief Deputy Clerk Jessica Lyublanovits, Department of Homeland Security, U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Clerk, Kenneth Vasquez, and U.S. Attorney Office Grand Jury Coor!finator, Debbie McLane. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Family: Baron Harmon, James, Judy and Kevin Thompson; her mother, Cleola Barb'er-Polite, Lillie Barber and Pam Harmon. Award presented by Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Serv-U.S. District Court, Chief Deputy Clerk Jessica ices Clerk, Kenneth Vasquez. Lyublanovits.

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------.. -. ---------------.. -. -----.. -.. ----... ---.. -..... -... -.. .. -... -......... -..... -----. -1 Veteran's Hospital oners Bullv Busters To Lead Too Good For Flu vaccinations Drugs And Violence Walk & Kidfest The 2010-2011 flu immunization program began on Monday, September 27th at the James A. Haley V e terans Hospital. Two flu stations will be operational at the hospital from September 27, through December 31, 2010. Middleton Class 011961 Reunion Meeting The 1961 Middleton High School class will meet on Saturday, October 2, 2010, to continue planning the 2011, soth Anniver sary Reunion. Reunion Chairperson, Ralph Rance, is urging all classmates to attend and participate in the planning process. Your attendance is very, very important and appreciated. The meeting will be held at the home of classmate Alfredo Moragne, 3614 North 18th Street, at 4:00 p.m. Telephone (813) 248-5985. Town Hall Meeting Targets Transportation, Redevelopment Transportation issues and downtown redevelopment will be the focus of a special Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010, at 6:30 p m. It will take place at the Omar K. Lightfoot Recreation Center 10901 N. 56th St. Representatives from Moving Hillsborough Forward will be on hand to talk about countywide transportation issues and an swer questions about the Nov. 2 transportation referendum. Residents also will hear an update from Vlass Temple Terrace LLC on downtown redevelopment and the road-improvement work underway on 56th Street. Organizations Unite To Host Annual Events Two Temple Terrace organizations will held on Saturday October 16th. The events will take place between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Temple Terrace Fire Department will hold its Annual Fire Prevention Open House from 9 a .m. to 2 p.m., Fire Station No. 1, 124 Bullard Parkway {atOUS****** BRAIDIN9 . aea7 *********** Services: Micro Braids Senegalese Twist Interlocks Corn Rows Dread Locks Silk Dreads Stop By The Florida Sentinel And Become A Registered Voter. Deadline Is October 4th. Members of the Bully Busters Youth Council and Commissioner Rose Ferlita will kick off the 25th Annual Too Goodfor Drugs and Violence Walk & Kidfest Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), 4801 E. Fowler Avenue. m across the country to choose S: aJ to live drug-free lives m The Bully Busters Youth :tl 1\) Council will be marching (X) with a six-foot banner that 1\l 0 the kids designed and made More than 6,ooo school age kids are expected to par ticipate in the walk to celebrate a commitment to living happy, drug and vio lence free lives. Kidfest is a fll!'t,.U Tampa. HOusmg fiUiooriiiJ A Hil l sborough C o unty Program prelude to Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 23-31, which is a nationwide effort to cel ebrate healthy, drug-free liv ing and to motivate youths TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY themselves. They will compete in the Too Good for Drugs and Violence Banner Contest against more than 75 other groups and schools for cash prizes. For more information, contact Eddie Santiago, Hillsborough County Crimi nal Justice at 813-276-2126. NOTICE OF OPENING AND CLOSING OF THE WAITING UST FOR PUBUC HOUSING AT MOSES WHITE ESTATES Tampa Housing Authority is accepting pre-applications for a public housing program waitlist-Moses White Estates, a 69 unit family complex with I, 2, and 3 bedrooms located a t 4840 Arapahoe Ct., Tampa, FL, 33610. Use the pre-application fonn provided below. Photocopies of the fonn may be used. The pre-application fonn is also available online at www.thafl.com. Waitlist will close on October 29, 2010. PRE-APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS (please read carefully) Pre-applications must be completed and mailed via U.S. Postal Service regular or certified mail only to the following address: THA Moses White Pre-App. Processing, 1529 W. Main Street, Tampa, FL, 33607. NO TELEPHONE CALLS, WALK-fNS, OR DROP OFF PRE-APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Pre-applications must be mailed and postmarked b y Friday, October 29, 2010 and received no later than Friday, November 5, 2010. Any pre-application that is not fully and accurately completed, is not signed, and /or is postmarked after Friday, October 29, 2010 or received after Friday, November 4 2010 will be void. THA will not be responsible for pre-applications that are lost /delayed through the mail. Only one application per household will be considered throughout the entire process. ANY HOUSEHOLD THAT SUBMITS MORE THAN ONE PRE-APPLICATION Wll..L BE VOID. F AMJL\: COMPOSITIOS Last Name: __________ First Name: _______ .MI_ DOB:. _____ SS#: Day/WorlcPhone : ---------____________________________________________ L' t II th hers fth h h ld Do I d If ts a 0 ermem 0 e ouse o not me u e yourse Last Name, First Name, MI Relationship Sex Age SS# Total Annual Household Income: $ ______ Total Household Members: __ PREFERENCE POINTS You must select only ONE PER CATEGORY to receive the m aximu m preference points : /. Ranking Preference 0 Employed 20 hrs/wk or more 0 Secondary Education! job training 0 Disabled I Elderly fl. Local Prefer e nce 0 Displaced 0 Living in s ubstandard housing 0 Payin g more than 50% of household income towards rent HOUSING AND CRIMINAL HISTORY Have you ever Lived in public hous.ing, section 8 or any subsidized housing complex? YES_ NO_ I f so, Where: When: Do you owe a balance?-----:---Have you ever been evicted or terminated from public housing, section 8 or any subsidized housing complex? YES_ NO_ I f so, Where: __________ When: Have you ever been arrested for any of the following criminal activities? 0 Drug Related Activity Date:--------0 Violent Criminal Activity D a te:--------0 Sexual Offenses Date:--------:-0 None of the Above Warning: Section 1001 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code makes It a criminal offense to ma.ke false statements or misreprese nt ation to any department or agency of the U.S. as to any matter within its jurlsdlc .tlon. Consent: My s i gnature i s the consent which will allow the Tampa Housing Authority to acquire all family members' criminal record and other necessary l nfonnation in order to detennine my eligibility for public housing. Applicant S ignature:--------------Date: ---------r-, r-0 :tJ c l> rJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r-z 'tl c: aJ l en m c m < m :tJ -< -i c: m rJ) c l> z c :tJ c "C l> G> m ...... ......

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. ..... N CIO N a: w m :E w 1-Q. w en c en w ::J 1-ave week Will Give Bucs Chance To Regroup After Tough loss CHARLIE BATCH More tha n so,ooo fans were a t R ay m ond James St a dium Sunday to see their und efea t e d (2-o) Tampa B ay Buccaneers face the Pitt s bur g h Steelers With Ste e l er s t ar tin g q uarterback, Ben Roethlis berger still se rving hi s sus p e n s i o n backup Charlie Batch took the snaps. As good as the Bucs l ooked in the i r first two victori es, they revetted b ack to th e 3-13 team f rom 2009 w h e n the Steel ers beat th e m 38-13 Batch threw three t o uch down p asses a nd Steeler run-ning back, Rashard Mendenhall, rushed for 143 yards and a score. The Bucs came out of the gate quickly whe n cornerback Aquib Talib picked off Batch on the Steeler's first drive. The Bucs were set up in good field position, but man aged only a 40-yard field goal from Connor Barth. With rookie Cody Grimm replacing Tanard Jackson, who is suspended for the sea son, Batch seized th e o ppor tunit y and recorded hi s first tou c hdown a 46yar d com pl etion to Mike Wallace. From that point th e Steelers took a 7-3 lead and n eve r look e d back. R ece ntl y acq uir ed runnin g back LeGarrette Blount, scored th e o nl y touchdown for th e Bucs in the 4t h quar ter. Buc quarterback Josh Freeman finis hed the evenin g wit h a 20 -for-31 p er formance for 1 84 yards and one in te r ception After th e bye week, the Bucs will hit the road to face t h e C in c inn at i Bengals. Dwight Howard Would Choose Kevin Durant OverlebronJaDies DWIGHT HOWARD Never one to shy away from having his opinions heard, Dwight Howard weighed in on the subject of Kevin Durant vs. LeBron James. When asked who he'd rather have on his t e am Howard said Durant, but it's still interesting that an elit e NBA player would choose Durant over LeBron. Durant is a great, great player and an amazing scorer, but is he really better than LeBron James, right now? Probably not. More likable? Definitely, but not the better basketball player just yet. And it's not like Dwight is putting Durant ahead of LeBron just because he likes him more. Howard still ranks Kobe as the best player in the game, and as we know, he' s still more unlik able than James. Man Pleads GuiltY To Pacman Jones Shooting ADAM PACMAN JONES And ARVIN EDWARDS A man has pleaded no contest to attempted murder charges stemming from a 2007 strip club incident involving NFL player Pacman Jones. Arvin Kenti Edwards ente r e d the ple a Tuesday for the shooting that l e ft one p erson paralyzed and two oth e r s wounded. With the plea deal h e f aces four to t en yea rs in prison when he's sentenced in January. Edwards could have fac e d as many as 186 ye ars in prison if convicted of the seven felon y charges aga inst him. He still m aintains his innocence, but says h e agreed to a plea deal b eca us e h e feared the court would n o t g ive him a l enien t sentence if con vic t e d. Police say Pacman Jones briefl y met with Edwards after Jones and his entourage was ejected from the club for fighting. Police say Edwards and Jones met just moments before Edwards opened fire with a handgun outside the club and insist that Jones provoked the incident by previously throwing wads of dollar bills from a trash bag onstage and becoming angry when strip pers picked up the money. According to police, Edwards and Jones parted moments before Edwards opened fire with a handgun outside the club Shaun SDiith Accused Of Grabbing Opponent's Crotch During Ga01e Football is known as a con tact sport, but one NFL lineman is claiming that an opposing player took that sentiment a little too far. Brown's center, Alex Mack accused Kansas City defensive lineman Shaun Smith of grabbing his crotch during Cleveland's 16-14 loss to KC on Sunday. Mack was so infuriated by the illegal hold that he chased Smith to KC's sideline before turning back to his own sideline for the ensuing punt. Mack then gestured to officials and pointed at Smith, but no infraction was called. SHAUNSMITH vs. ALEX MACK The play apparently amped Mack up to the point that he committed an unnecessary roughness penalty when he hit linebacker Derrick Johnson after the whistle on Cleveland's next offensive series. Havneswonh savs Contract Doesn't Make HiDI 'Slave' WASHINGTON -Albert Haynesworth said Saturday his $100 million contract do es n't make him a slave t o the Washington Redskins. In an the twotime All-Pro defensive tackle said the big paychecks don t mean he .can' t push back when the team asks him to pla y a different position. Haynesworth, who rarely speaks to the media, was upset this year when the Redskins switched to a 3-4 defense and told him he would be playing nose tack le. Haynesworth protested by staying away from the team's offseason conditioning program and practices . He also skipped a mandatory minicamp was unable to pass the team's conditioning test until, the 10th day of' training camp. ALBERT HAYNESWORTH Haynesworth said it was agreed that.he would play defensive tackle in a 4-3 system when he signed with the Redskins in 2009, but the team .has since overhauled front office, coaching staff and offensive and defensive schemes. He said he now likes the new scheme better as he works with defensive coordinator Jim HllSlett. 'The Voi e of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921

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LEBRON JAMES vs. KOBE BRYANT EL SEGUNDO, CA Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers can onl y chuckle when they acknow l e dge the story line for the upcoming NBA season. At least at the start, it's all about South Beach, not Hollywood And that's just fine with the NBA final s MVP and hi s supporting crew, who reported for training camp Saturday after an extra-short summer. It's not often that a two-time champion team returning every sig nifi cant cont ributor isn't the od d s on favorite the following sea son. In fact, the Lakers are almost looking forward to moving to the fr in ge of the spotlight that's shining dir ectly on the Miami Heat Th e re will be tim es when they' r e the toast of th e town and everybody is focused on th e m and that's fin e," point guard Derek Fisher said, smiling. "With the type of maturi ty we have, the re s not really that much concern about what other people are doing." Wizards' Blatche Gets New Deal ANDRAY BLATCHE WASHINGTON -The Washington Wizards have signed forward Andray Biatche to a contract extension that will pay him around $35 million over the next five years. Th e Wizards a l so e xercis e d their fourth-year contract option on center JaVale McGee on Friday. Blatche's extension adds three years to his current contract, which had two years remaining. Blatche averaged career highs of 14.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists last season . He was the team's top scoring threat after the Wizards began dismantling their roster around the trade deadline. Bvnum likelv Out Until November ANDREW BYNUM EL SEGUNDO, CA Although Andrew Bynum has showed up on time for training camp with the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers, h e'll be back on the court even later than hi s coach expected. The Lakers starti n g cent er said Saturday he won't play until at le ast late November while recovering from surgery on his right knee. Bynum had his knee drained twice during the playoffs and a third time after Los Angeles won it s second straight title He then postponed surgery so h e could make a trip to Europe and South Africa, attending the World Cup and going on safari. Bynum's teammates say they aren't worried a bout hi s absence after a short offsea son. The Lakers are in camp ear li e r than normal to prepare for a European tour next month. CARMELO ANTHONY One of the most complicated trades in NBA history keeps becoming more com plicated, and desp i te contin ued hope it would get done, there were concerns and frustrations the trade that would send Carmelo Anthony to th e Nets was unrave ling at the sea ms. The concerns centered around Denver not signing off on the deal for what one executive involved in the talks claimed were a myriad of reasons. Jav Vincent To Plead Guiltv In Fraud Case JAY VINCENT GRAND RAPIDS, MI -Former NBA and Michigan State star Jay Vincent has agreed to plead guilty to two crimes in a $2 million Internet scam. Vincent has agreed to plead guilty to mail fraud and filing a false tax return. The 10-page deal w ith his signature was filed Friday in federal court in Grand Rapids. Vincent is due in court Tuesday. Prosecutors say h e and an associate c:Iefrauded peop le by c harging them to become certified as home inspectors. T h e court filin g doesn't list Vincent's lik e ly sentence. Vincent will owe at least $no,ooQ in unpaid taxes. He and Magic Johnson played on the 1979 Michigan State national champ i onship team JESSICA This time, we will feature Jessica as our beauty Unlimited feature, because we received so many calls after she appeared Friday as the Spotlight feature. In case you forgot, or just didn't get to see Jessica, she's a 20-year-old Capricorn, and her artists are Drake and Justin Seiber. Jessica's hobbies are singing, shopping, and working with kids. In the future, she wants to be a psychologist. Jessica's philosophy of life is, "stay positive, never give up, and get things done." When it comes to the man in her life, Jessica said he must be tall, sweet, funny and outgoing. Congratulations, Jessica as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you re interested in being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your Information and photo, including a contact number to.: Jlohnson-@flsentlnel.com 0 r latex Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 Gal. Interior Semi Gloss White #14 ..... $14.90 I Gal, k 9" Roller ...................................... $1 Brushes ....................................... 99 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! "T1 r-0 ::0 (/) m z :::1 z m r-IJJ c: r rm :::1 z "tJ c: ttl r-c;; :::t m c m < m ::0 -< -4 c: m (/) c )> z c

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0 Four Sisters Arrested AherAnack MELAINA HALL At 8 p.m. Sunday night, Tampa Police were called to the 2900 block of Pandora Court on a report of a dis turbance. When polic e arrived, the y reported seeing a group of C about so people in a stairfE way area, yelling. c When office rs went into Z the stairwell, they said <( Kennethia Hall, 22, was seen fighting another female. An officer was able to pull her way and she was 1-arrested. > As the officer was banda: w > w c w :::t: en ::::i m ::;:) Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::;:) Dl cuffing Kennethia, her sister, Melaina, 21, was yelling at the victim trying to initiate a confrontation, police said. Mter police talked to witnesses at the scene, they that sisters Kennethia, Melaina, Lajuana, 18, and a 16-year-old sister had gone to LAJUANA HALL KENNETHIA HALL the victim s apartment and started a confrontation. All four sisters were arrested and charged with burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery Melaina and Lajuana Hall are in jail with bonds of $s,ooo each, Kennethia Hall's bond is $10,000, and the 16-year-old sister was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center -.. ----.. ---.. --.... .. -.... --...... -Loca entertainment Huggv lowdown Rocks Ybor Citv Club 0 Huggy Lowdown rocked Club Improv a few days ago to a welcoming Tampa crowd Huggy is the comedian whose voice is heard on the Tom Joyner Morning Show. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Actor-comedian Huggy Lowdown appeared at the Improv. Comedian L. C. of BET was the emcee for the evening. Among those who took in the Huggy Lowdown Show were Michele Shuler, Carolyn G. Seals, Regina Lock-DePass and Deneen Mieldon. Lenard Campbell, Ill with Shawn Acey celebrated his birthday at the Huggy Lowdown Show. living For The Weekend DJ RANDALL 'C' QUINTON MS.QUINCYZ Sherri, Terri, Lynette, Mary and Gail out on the town.

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F ntertainment c: Dr. Ore Releases New Del Jam Denies lil Kim Opens North Brand Of Cognac Firing L.A. Reid Carolina Hair Salon m s: m m :::JJ 1\) (X) DR.DRE West Coast super producer Dr. Dre is launching a new brand of cognac that will begin shipping to stores lat er this month called Aftermath Cognac. This i s a joint venture b e tween Dr. Dre and Inter scope/Geffen/ A&M Records. Lvte Jennings Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison LYFE JENNINGS R&B singer Lyfe Jennings has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison in an Atlanta court for a 2008 indictment. The Ohio bred crooner got into a heated confrontation with his ex-girlfriend and mother of his children, Joy Pound. During tlle confrontation, Jennings reportedly kicked in the door of a house belonging to Jeff Kendrick and then fired rounds from a -40 caliber glock in the street be fore fleeing the scene in his 2oos Corvette. According to his warrant, Jennings allegedly refused to stop for officers when given audible and visual signs to do so Driving in excess of 70 miles per hour, he was eventually stopped and re fused to take a sobriety test. At his court hearing the singer was charged and con victed of criminal trespass ing, discharging a weapon near a street, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and fleeing or attempting to e lude a police offer. Before starti n g his bid, Jennings released his fourth studio proj ec t I Still Believe, on August 31, the follow"'"up to his 2oo8's, Lyfe Change. Plans to hit the road in support of 'I Still Believe' are still intact Although Lyfe was offi cially sentenced there was no word on when he will begin serving the time. L.A. REID Def Jam is denying reports that the y've fir e d music execu tive L.A. Reid. News bro ke of his reported firing alongside Terius "The Dream" Nash. The label has released a statement to XXL denying Reid's firing saying "[The ru mors] are completely untrue and without merit." Game launches Online Store GAME Westcoast rapper Game is joining the ranks of Jay-Z and Diddy by becoming the latest in Hip-Hop to sell their clothing line online. The Black Wall Street clothing head is launching his"ThisizGame Store in partnership with G-Wear, Global Entertainment Mogul, HipHopDaily.co and Big Car tel. Check out the website www.thisizgamestore.com, where fans can buy hoodies t-shirts and bandannas Suge Pulled over In l.A., Searched Embattled former CEO Marion "Suge" Knight can't seem to keep himself out of trouble. But considering he was re cently arrested for assault with a deadl y weapon, taken to court for child support, and facing a $6 million tax lien, he can mark this latest run in with the law as a slight win. The former Death Row head was pulled over in L.A. around 3 AM for a traffic vio lation when police realized he was driving on a suspended li cense. The cops put Knight in tl1e back seat of a patrol car while they rifled tluough his car and belongings. After the search came up e mpty, Knight was given a ticket for driving witl1 a sus pended license and released. LIL KIM And Her Cousin, KATRISE JONES Lil Kim and her cousin Katrise Jones have opened a new hair salon in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kim's "Salon Se Swa By Queen Bee was opened last Saturday with a champagne toast and ribbon-cutting cere mony complete with celebrity guests including Meagan Good, Joe Dudley of Dud ley Hair Products and Mayor Pro Tern Patrick Cannon. Several members of Lil Kim's family were in town in cluding her mother, Ruby Jones; and brother, Chris Jones. 50 Cent Sued For $200,000 Over Film 50 CENT 1\) 0 ..... 0 "11 r-0 :::JJ c )> en m z ::::! z m r-llJ c: r rm ::::! z "'0 c: m c en ::I: m c m < m :J c: m en c )> z c "11 :::JJ c Rapp er 50 Cent might have to break open the piggy bank after allegations of fraud and breach of contract by a film production company have emerged. Crisp y Twig Productions and Nancy Nayor Battino are suing 50 for nearl y $2oo,ooo, for work rendered on a film called 'Things Fall Apart'. According to court documents Crispy Twig and Battino were orally contracted to provide the casting services for the film which was being bankrolled by the rapper/actor. The papers state that Crispy Twig agreed to provide the cast ing services of Battino in exchange for weekly payments of $5 ,ooo to CTP and weekly payments of $315 to Teamsters Local 399 Hollywood for Battino's union benefits pension and health care. The plaintiffs allege that they were required to work for 19 weeks, but that so came up short on payments and still owes $90,98s. The fraud allegations stem from claims that so told the com pany that other big name actors including Diana :Rodriguez and James Caan were working in the film, when if faCt, they were not. The plaintiffs also claim they turned down other gigs while working on 50 Cent's film, thus costing them damj:lges "not less than $2oo,ooo. ..... en

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c a: LL. c z <( c CJ) w ::I I-ii: w > w c w l: CJ) :::i m ::I a,;. z ffi ...I ...I ::I m ...:. w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...I LL. MR. LONNIE CHARLES BARNUM, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Lonnie Charles Barnum, Sr., who passed away on September 23, 2010, will he held Friday, October 1, 2010, at 11 a.m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 East Chipco Avenue, Tampa, 33605, }>astor, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Bank, Sr. officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Lonnie Charles Barnum, Sr. was born in Parrott, Georgia, July 10, 1945 He moved to Tampa, in 1956. Early in life, he accepted Christ. Mr. Lonnie Barnum was a professional tractor /trailer driver (in/out of state). His hobby was roller skating. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Lum Barnum, and wife, Rena. He was divorced and left behind 5 beautiful children: Johnny Barnum with 1 child, Angela Carter and husband, Norman Carter with 4 children, Priscilla Watson and hUsband, Tony Watson with 2 children, Lonnie Charles Barnum, Jr. with 6 children, and Ronnie Carl Barnum with 8 children; brothers and sisters, Beatrice Daniels and husband, James Daniels, Annie Lou Brantley, Ruth Clark, Ethel Keaton, the late Berth Sowell, and the late Lorrie Baxley and late husband, Raymond Baxely; brothers, Willie C. Barnum, ana Odell Barnum and wife, Rhonda Barnum; step brothers/sister, Robert Lee Barnum, Regusta (Honey) Wilbert, Johnny (Red) Barnum, and the late, Willie (Buddy) Barnum; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephew, grands, great grandchildren and oiher sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Lonnie Charles Barnum, Sr., will be held Thursday, September 30, 2010, from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with the family receiving friends from 6-7 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL Harm(>n Funeral Home John W. Hannon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 MR. DONALD WAGNER MONTGOMERY Mr. Donald Wagner Montgomery of 505 Heritage Palm Court, Unit 102, Tampa, passed away Tuesday, Sep-. tember 21, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, September 29, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Tony B. Harris, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Montgomery was anative of Okolona, Mississippi, and a resident of Tampa for 58 years. He was employed as a carpet mechanic for 30 years at Zolds Modern Floor Covering. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Willie L. and Annie M. Montgomery. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving wife, Grennette ("Mary") Montgomery of 29 years; daughters, Millie Davis and Wilma Davis-Wilson (Oscar); son, Wilbur Davis, Jr. (Kathy); sisters, Willie Mae Cunningham of Okolona, MS, Mary Ann (Leotis) Fedrick of Tampa, and Marie Smith of Compton, CA; brothers, W. D. Montgomery (Mary) and Willie Charles Montgomery, all of Tampa, FL; god brother, Kenney (Francis) Johnson; sisters-inlaw, Annette Hinshaw of Portland, OR, and Chinie Wooten of Uvalda, GA; seven grandchildren, Bobby Burney, Alicia Burney, Victoria Monroe, Adrian (Ashley) Johnson, Brandi Minor, Jasmine Minor and Brandon Davis; two great grandchildren, Jaylen and Amari Johnson; a host ofloving nephews, nieces, relatives and friends; special friends, Ernest "Sonny" Wright, Andy Madry, Reverend Tony and Laurie Harris and Jaila Murray. The remains will repose after 4 p. m., Tuesday, September 28, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. BISHOP EARL H. BRIGHT, SR. Funeral services for Bishop Earl H. Bright, Sr., formerly of Brandon, will be held Saturday, October 2, 2010, in Providence RI. The Interment will follow in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, RI. A visitation will be held Wednesday, September 29, 2010, from s-8 p. m. with the family being present from 6-7 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa. Bishop Bright was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL, to the late Bishop Crawford and Gola (Ross) Bright, who is a documented descendant of Harriet Ross Tubman. He married Inez Council on September 15, 1940, in Jacksonville. He began his ministry in 1944 and pastored several churches and held several offices in the Church Of God organization. In 1970, he, along with his eldest son, Earl H. Bright, Jr., founded the Bright Funeral Home in Providence, RI, which is the home that will handle his arrangements in Providence. He moved to St. Augustine, FL. in 1989 and in 1991 moved to Tampa where he and his youngest son, Wayne L. Bright, founded the PughsleyBright Funeral Home. He resided in the Tampa area until moving to Wmter Haven, FL, three years ago after the death of his wife, who passed away September 21, 2007. He was a member of River Hills Church Of God. He is survived by: his children, Lerlean A. (Ray) Matthews, Winter Haven, FL, Earl H. (Louise) Bright, Jr., Providence, RI, Leon L. (Lois) Bright, Lorton, VA, Diane Bright Doriney, Atlanta, GA, Arlene L. Bright, Providence RI, Dr. Trudy A. (Donald) Pratt, Hixson, TN, and Wayne L. (Charlotte) Bright, Tampa; 19 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and 1 great, great grandchild. He also leaves several sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. His remains will be shipped in care of Bright Funeral Home, 290 Public Street, Providence, RI, 02905-3109. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his memory to UfePath Hospice, 12973 Telecom Parkway, Temple Terrace, FL, 33637. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 3..1605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wtlson-tuneralhome.com Local Familv Requests Assistance With Funeral Expenses After a two-year battle with kidney problems, on September 15th, Emily Ann Jones, 28, passed away. According to her mother, Emma Jones, Emily had no children and wasn't married. She was living with her mother, who was her care giver. Emily Jones had been on dialysis at the time of her death, and had been on dis ability status for most of her life, suffering with seizures. She also developed pneumonia prior to her death. Emily Jones has three brothers and a sister, and is a native of Tampa. Anyone who can assist the BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM OUIDAFORD September 27, 1968-November 29, 2009 not forgotten. Missyou. Love, family CARD OF THANKS FLETCHER. LEE ANDERSON EDWARDS Greetings from the Edwards Family. We wish to thank St. John Progressive Baptist Church Family and friends for the services rendered for Mrs. Fletcher Lee Anderson Edwards. Thanks with Allah's grace. Escambia Alexis Edwards, III. EMILY ANN JONES family with funeral expenses is asked to call Jackson's Fu neral Home at (813) 2392932. DEACON DAN MANUEL Even though you're gone, your memory and spirit live in our hearts forever. We miss you deeply. Gone, but not forgotten! Love always, your family HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Lonnie Barnum, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Ernest Green, Tampa. Mr. Sammie L. McGee, T8lllpa. Mr. Freddie L. Taylor, Tampa. Ms. Jacqueline Vann, Tampa. Mr. Albert Abraham White, Brandon. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Curtis Eberhart, Tampa. Ms. Margaret Moore, Tampa. Mrs. Estella E. Williams, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAL HOME Bishop Eatl H. Bright, Sr., Brandon. Mr. Lovel Williams, Tampa.

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Crime Teenager's Second Rape Trial Begins KENDRICK MORRIS On Monday, jury selection began in the second rape trial of 19-year-old Kendrick Morris. Morris will be on trial for the 2008 rape of a teenage girl at a Bloomingdale library. Last Month, Morris was found guilty of the 2007 rape of a woman at a day care center. He was linked to that crime after his arrest in the Bloomingdale incident. The victim of the Bloomingdale incident suf fered strokes, was severely beaten, and has not been able to speak since the attack. Morris was 16 when that incident occurred. According to r e ports, DNA evidence was used to link Morris to the day care rape. He pleaded not guilty to both crimes. The judge in the case that started Monday refused to move the trial outside of Hillsborough County. The judge has ordered that the guilty verdict from the first rape case not be used during this trial. Morris will not be sentenced on the first rape trial until a decision is reached in the second trial. Baker's Dozen Charged In Unlicensed Contracting Sting ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg undercover detec tives arrested 13 men over the weekend as part of a crack down on unlicensed contrac tors. Police said the suspects were contacted through Craigslist or Angie's List, and detectives were provided with estimates for plumbing and electrical services. Investigators reported that all of the contractors who submitted estimates were operating without a license. They were all charged with contracting without a license and given notices to appear in court. Charged in the sting were: Christopher Moore, 46; Farhad sarhaddi, 48; John Wathey, 52; Kern Bryan, 68; Nelson Levesque, 38; Jason Fullerton, 40; Toby Spire, 39; Michael Rutkowski, 53; Alex Coco, 45; Kenneth Arbor, 40; Arthur Rodriguez, 58; Adam Latacz, 40, and Kenneth Kaczynski, 4S WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ave. & scott St "re n ng cf; i:: ,r;r s "" rrpctan: occ src, that shoul c nc: be based solei, upon advertse11ents Bc'oe ,ou Jc Jl !o seno ,cu "REE :.rrttc1rr11omatron about aualrfrcatrors and cxpc11encc' Man Found Dead TREVOR LINK LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are investigating a shooting that let a man dead early Friday morning. According to police, they responded to a call of shots fired on North Stella Avenue short after midnight. When they arrived, they found Trevor Link., 32, shot. Emergency crews pronounced him dead at the scene. Police ask anyone with information about the shooting to call (863) 834-6900. Suspect Waives Right To JurvTrial LEON DAVIS LAKELAND -A suspect in a triple murder case has requested a judge decide his fate instead of a jury. That was the decision of Leon Davis, who waived his right to a jury trial. Davis, 32, is accused of killing two clerks, one of whom was pregnant, at an insurance agency during a robbery attempt Investigators reported that Davis tied up the two women, poured gasoline over them, then set them on fire. Doctors were able to deliver the clerk 's baby, but he only lived three days. That murder trial will begin next month. Davis is facing more charges in the case after he allegedly tried to a third person at the insurance company His trial will begin in February 2011 for a differ ent set of murders in which he is suspected of killing two employees of a gas station . Two People Shot, One Fatallv, In Shooting ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police report that a shooting Friday night left one teenager dead and another person wounded. Latedra Everett was get ting into a car with her aunt to tri).vel to a nearby store when someone drove by, firing shots, police said. Everett, 18, was shot and pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim, Jacquez Wallace, 21, was also shot and was treated at a local hospital. Police said the shooting occurred in the 6oo block of 26th Avenue, South as Everett's friends were coming home from a football game. LATEDRA EVERETT Witnesses told police the shooter was near a stop sign at 26th Avenue, South and 6th Street, South. They reported hearing four or five shots, one of which killed Everett. Police have no suspect information at this time. Mother And Daughter. Face Charges After Facebook Post: Leads_ To Stabbing_ A Chicago woman and her teenage daughter have been arrested and charged after attacking another mother and daughter over a Facebook comment. Judith E. Scott-Booker and her daughter, Brianna Smith have been charged with felony aggravated battery after attacking and stab bing Tiffany Scott twelve times for a Facebook comment Scott's daughter made JUDITH E. SCO'IT-BOOKER -t c m en c en m "'0 -t m s: Ill m :::0 N (X) N 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 :::0 en m z ::::! z m r Ill c r r !!l z calling Smith's newborn ugly". Police reports state that Smith and her mother went to Scott's home to confront Smith about the malicious post and that's when things turned ugly. her home, but 15 minutes ., later the two came ba,ck and stabbed her as she was head-C ing towards her car. Instead of coming to a reso lution, things escalated and became violent after Brianna Smith became violent and attempted to hit Scott's daughter. Scott says she ordered the mother and daughter out of The girls, who have report edly friends for years, both live in the Briarcliff townhouse subdivision, but became friends in the fourth grade in Carol Stream. Tiffany Scott said she moved into the culde-sac about six years ago, while Scott-Booker moved there just two days before the stabbing. UNCLE SANDY . In life there are roads to 1, 5, 10-travel and bridges to cross 2, 11, 14, 18 just make sure you don't 19, 22, 25, 27 tear up the roads or burn the bridges behind you 30, 34, 39, 44

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0 ,... 0 C\1 a5 C\1 a: w m w .... D. w en >"' <( c en w .... c a: LL c z <( c en w .... > a: w > w c w :::1: en :::i m D. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL c:o ,.... II LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00P.M., October 18,2010, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. 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 recommendations by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted 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 ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER 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 Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 1 0-0909-RV (AB), filed on 08/1 0/2010 by S & S Taco's & Stuff LLC, represented by Michael Self, of 718 Ornelda St, Ruskin FL 33570, ph 813-645-1505, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 3,097 sq ft and is presently zoned PD (87-0043). It is located in all or parts of Section 29 Township 30 Range 20 or 10664 US Hwy 301. Petition SU 1 0-0932-CW (CC), filed on 08/18/2010 by Primrose School Franchising Co, represented by lnterplan LLC, of 604 Courtland St, # 100, Orlando, FL 32804, ph 407-645-5008, requesting a Special Use Permit for Child Care. The property is 2.63 acres and is presently zoned RSC-4. It is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 27 Range 18 or SE cor of Haven Bend & W Bearss Ave REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 10-0957-ER, filed on 08/25/2010, by Boggs Engineering Inc represented by Steve Boggs, of 607 S Alexander St #101, Plant City, FL 33563 ph 813-747-9100, requesting a zone change from AR to ASC-1. The property is 38.95 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 1 Township 29 Range 20 or SIS of Old Hillsborough Ave., 50' W/0 Smokey Mountain Rd. Petition RZ 10-0963-CW filed on 08/26/2010, by Matthew J Walsh, of 16147 Vanderbilt Dr Odessa FL 33556, ph 813-625-5820, requesting a zone change from RSC-2 to ASC-1 The property is 2.34 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 25 Township 27 Range 17 or 1, 150' S/0 Hutchinson Rd., E/0 the Belle Meade Sub MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 1 0-0805-GB, filed on 06/30/2010, by Ramey s Business Park LLC, represented bY Todd Pressman of P 0 Box 6015 Palm Harbor, FL 34684, ph 727-804-1760, requesting a Major Modification to allow open storage, maintenance & sales of mobile homes, vehicles, boats & showman equipment. The property is 14 89 ac and is presently zoned PD (86-0190) It is located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 30 Range 19 or NW cor of Lewis Ave. & U.S. Hwy 41. Petition MM 1 0-0869-BR filed on 07/22/2010, by Vincent Marchetti, of 625 E Twiggs St., # 100, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-318-5700, requesting a Major Modification to increase the development entitlements and to amend the zoning conditions. The property is 25.87 ac and is presently zoned PD (02-0250) It is located in all or parts of Section 29 Township 29 Range 20 or N/S of Crosstown Expressway Exit, 900' E/0 Falkenburg Rd. PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition-Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. .. l!i1-!'illiilii!GIB _____________________ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And 50 For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 10-CC-001618 CROSSWYNDE CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff vs. LOURDES ENRIQUEZ, et. al., Defendant( s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 30th day of August, 2010 and entered in CASE NO.: 10-CC-001618, of the County Court and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein Crosswynde Condominium Association Inc., is Plaintiff, and Lourdes Enriquez and JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A as successor in interest to Washington Mutual Bank, F.A., 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 8th day of October. 2010, the following described property as set forth in said final Judgment, to wit: UNIT NO. 13-201, CROSSWYNDE CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 15n4, PAGE 0503, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO. INCORRECTLY RECORDED AS: UNIT NO. 13-201, CROSSWYNDE CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 16005, PAGE 672, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO. This property is located at the street address of: 1306 High Hammock Dr., #13-201, Tampa, FL 33619 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FUNDS FROM THE FORECLOSURE 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. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 13th day of September. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/SALLY WHITEHURST DEPUTY CLERK

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c: m II LEGAL NOTICE II II FOR RENT II II II w m ., LEGAL NOTICE Reginald Remon Green, the natural person and REGINALD REMON GREEN, the artificial Person, hereby proclaim, declare and renounce for the public record: I am not 14th Amendment United States eitzen, 3/5 of a human nor chattel property previously claimed by the U.S. A defacto government and corporate Entities. My free National and Correct style is Supreme Sumari El Bey and shall be this from this day forward. See public records, Circuit Court, Hillsborough County Florida, #201 0297362, 0 BK 20063, PG 72-78 filed 09/02/2010 at 04:42:53 p.m. II EMPLOYMENT PRODUCT MANAGER By Deputy Clerk B. LOGGANS Established in 1968 and headquartered in Largo, FL., Valpak is owned and operated by Cox Media Group, one of the leading direct marketing companies in North America. Valpak currently has an opening for a Product Manager The Product Manager will be responsible for conceptualizing, planning and implementing digital product offerings in collaboration with Valpak resources. Works closely with third party vendors in developing and sustaining digital product offerings that meet client needs. Bachelor's degree in Advertising, Communications, Marketing or Business required. Minimum 5 years experience required in product management with online products/services, preferably \ a-commerce. Please email your resume to hr3@valpak.com or apply online at www. valpakcareers.com. EOE ACCOUNTING MANAGER Established in 1968 and headquartered in Largo, FL., is owned and operated by Cox Media Group, one of the leading direct marketing companies in North America. Valpak currently has an opening for an Accounting Manager. The Accounting Manager will be responsible for financial reporting and general ledger, banking and fixed asset accounting functions. Responsible for daily, weekly and monthly accounting tasks and activities. Makes recommendations to the Controller for developing and maintaining accounting principles, practices, procedures and internal controls to ensure accurate and timely financial reporting. Oversees all changes and enhancements to the SAP financial system modules. Must meet tight deadlines and a multitude of accounting activities including both internal and external customers. CPA and Bachelor's degree in Accounting required. 5-7 years of prior supervisory experience in the accounting/financial reporting areas; previous work as an auditor (public or private) with a national or regional CPA firm or as an internal auditor with a for-profit corporation; work experience in a manufacturing related business and knowledgeable of cost and inventory accounting practices and processes; experience and knowledge of cash flow Please email your resume to hr3@valpak.com or apply online at www valpakcareers.com. EOE II II II 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 RARA's Unlimited. LLC located at P.O. Box 21691, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa. Florida 33622 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 28th day of September. 201 0 Sole Owner(s) Rhonda L. Edwards EMPLOYMENT II Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM 717 Parking FT & PT Car Preps Porters, Lot Attendants Shifts Between 6:00 a.m. 12:00 a.m. Monday Sunday $7.25-$8.00 Hourly Call 813-223-1763 Extension 2150 BUYING A II HOME Would You Like To Own Your Own Home? Bad Credit No Credit Tired Of Renting? Have A Job? 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