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----Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c c a: Q ....1 u.. VOL. 66 NO. 15 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Man Jailed In Attack Of WWII Veteran -. SEE PAGE 17 -Fire Department Competes For $1 0,000 Grant SEE PAGE 2 Breast Cancer Sunivor Stresses .Exams SEE PAGE 3 -.<-_ . SEE PAGE 3 . . GEORGE EDGECOMB BAR ASSOCIATION MENTORING CLUB INDUCTION CEREMONY HELD The George Edgecomb Bar Association (GEBA) Mentorship Club at Franklin Middle School held its induction ceremony September 30, 2010 in the school's auditorium. For the third year the predominately African-American voluntary as sociation, founded in 1982, has partnered with Hillsborough County School District to mentor students in the Legal Profession. Among those in attendance, left to right: Hildreth Fleming, the school's Student Intervention Specialist; Attorney Sherilee Williams, GEBA attorney; School Board Member, Doretha Edgecomb; Karen French, Principal; Judge Cheryl Thomas, guest speaker; and Atty. Henr J Guyton, President of GEBA. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON)

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C) N' 'P"" 0: w m () 0 <( c en w ::J 1-c a: LL. c z <( c en w ::J 1-w > w Disabled Veteran Donates van To Friend BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Like many Americans, Ramond Bruce works five days a week. He commutes from Wesley Chapel, to the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, where he is a National Service Officer (NSO) with the Para lyzed Veterans of America (PVA), and is the NSO at the James A. Haley Veterans Hos pital, Department of Veterans Affairs Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Center. However, unlike most em ployees, Bruce, 53, is a quad riplegic and has been confined to a wheelchair for the past 34 years. He drives a specially equipped van that gives him the independence to live a nor mal life. For the past 18 years, he has driven a 1991 Chevrolet van. Once he decided to purchase a new van, he needed to find a good home for the old one. He said the van has sentimental value because he has had it for so long. Bruce has established con tacts with several organiza tions through his employment. Ramond Bruce is shown with the 1991 van he is donating to Jerome Franklin who lives in Alabama. He contacted the owners of Ride-Away, who suggested that he donate it to someone who could use it. Normally the company works with veterans, but Bruce said, "I asked them to step outside the box and do something for someone who is not a veteran." Bruce thought about his friend, Jerome Franklin, of Montgomery, Alabama. Franklin, along with Bruce's father, Willie Mor. rast, a 2-time Purple Heart re cipient of the Vietnam Conflict, will fly into Tampa this week. On Friday, October 15th, Bruce will donate the van and the two will drive back to Montgomery. Jerome will most likely do all of the driving and my dad will probably be the co-pilot. I really wanted to give it to someone who would take care of it and I believe that Jerome will," he said. Twenty-five years ago, Franklin was severely injured in a motorcycle accident that left him paralyzed. He became depressed and began a journey of alcohol and drug depend ency that spanned several years. w :::t: en ::::i m ::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J. ::J m ...J w z i= z w en <( c 0: 0 ...J LL. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Rorida law States That You May Be Entitled TO $10,000 For loss Wages And Medical Care ... IRIIProttJssional StJIViCtJ! 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 -H 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 One day, Franklin called on his friend, Bruce, for help. Bruce said he took Franklin to the rehabilitation center and he has been sober ever since "He gave me his 17-year pin and I thought that was pretty special." Franklin has been an em ployee of Goodwill Industries for 13 ye ars and credits them with giving him the chance to start his life over. Franklin is very active in Narcotics Anonymous and his church at Beulah Baptist in Mont gomery. Bruce said he encourages those with spinal injuries to become independent I be lieve I was put on this earth to help others become successful financially, physically and psy chologically. I tell people with spinal cord injuries that through education you can still move forward." A native of Evergreen, Ala bama, Bruce was injured while participating in war ma neuvers at Fort Benning, Geor gia. The tank he was driving struck a tree and he was struck on the head. He remained in the hospital for 1112 years. Instead of relying on others, he decided independence was his best weapon against his in juries He has been married to Mrs. Eva Bruce for the past 29 years, is the father of children and grandfather of 5. H e's a member of St. John P. M B. Church and e njoys sports and chess. Fire Department Competes For $10,000 Grant BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Tampa Fire Department is currently in direct competi tion with the Richmond Fire Department. The prize for the winner of the competition is a $10,000 grant and Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward is ask ing the community to help. The Fire Safety Public Educa tion organization is sponsoring the Grant Challenge. In order to win, members of the com munity must go online and an swer 10 fire safety questions. The competition draws atten tion to the National Fire Pre vention Month. Chief Forward further stated that the National Fire Protection Association has em braced the slogan "Smoke Alarms: A Sound You Can Live With!" this year. "As your Fire Chief, I would like for all of our residents and the community to consider 5 things each of you can do to protect your family from fire. 1) have working smoke alarms in the home, 2) have a good all purpose fire extinguisher handy in the home, 3) talk pre vention with your kids and household members, 4) test your smoke alarms monthly and 5) avoid overloading sock ets and electrical cords." Chief Forward said, "We need the community to help us bring home the gold, while at the same time taking a fun quiz to test y our indi v idual life safety knowledge and skill." ''I' m asking that you visit the website and take the quiz to TOM FORWARD Tampa Fire Chief help Tampa Fire Rescue get $10,000 for the city's fire safety program. Richmond, Virginia is inching up on us so every person who takes the quiz helps," Chief Forward said. The contest ends on October 30th. The fire department is encouraging each person from each family to take the quiz. So far Tampa Fire Rescue is in first place. The safety quiz can be ac cessed at www.tampafirefight ers.com. Once the person enters the sight, they click on quiz page The next step is to locate Florida, then Tampa, then be sure to click on Tampa Fire Rescue. "I would like to thank the community in advance for their continued support in helping Tampa Fire Rescue make this community the safest commu nity in the nation," he said. We At The Florida Sentinel Encou e Everyone Jo

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ffi Police seek Help In locating Breast Cancer Survivor Stresses Missing Elderlv woman Importance Of Mammograms BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor BY IRIS B. HOLTON Middleton High School. She Sentinel City Editor continued her education at :::C Members of the Tampa Po lice Department a re currently seeking the h elp of the com munity in locating an e ld er l y woma n She h as not had con tact with her family s inc e Sun da y morning. According to police, Mrs. Cora Lee Hires, 73, dropped her ad ult daughter off for church aro und 10 a .m. at the int ersect ion of Spruce and Albany. She was sup posed to visit her son at the Whispering Oaks Nursing Home and pick her daughter up after church. She never ar rived at the nursing home lo cated at the corner of N. 15th Street and Chelsea, and did not retum to pick her daughter up. Mrs. Hires is about 5 5 inches tall and weighs be tween 195-200 pounds. She has a dark complexion, wears glasses and has gray hair that she wears pulled back. She also has several moles on her face. She was last seen driving -a 2005 Saturn Ion, 4-door, red or burgundy in color. The car has a Florida license plate of MRS. CORA LEE HIRES ... Reported Missing Q827VD Mrs. Margaret Price said her sister, Drives every d ay and always returns to pick her daughter up from church. She is always back on time to pick her daughter up." She further stated that Mrs. Hires may be in the early stages of dementia, but has not been diagnosed by a physician. Mrs. Hires is not dependent on any medication, Mrs. Price said. Anyone with any informa tion about Mrs. Hires is asked to contact the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130. Altho11gh thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, every experience is different. How ever, the message they share is the same --and that is to be checked. The experience Mrs. Sylvia Myrick. had with breast cancer at the age of 42 is not considered normal. She discovered the lump on the left side of her bod y during a self-examination. Mrs. Myrick recalls con tacting her doctor, and he was able to feel the lump as well. However, when she had the mammogram, the lump did not show. She had a second mammogram because neither she nor her doctor was satisfied. "It still didn't show up, but we could feel it. So my doctor decided to send me for a biopsy. It did not show up because my body had en cased it and was fighting it on its own. When I went for the biopsy, it was positive," she MRS. SYLVIA MYRICK ... 23-Year Cancer Survivor said She had surgery in Au gust, but once again, her ex perience was atypical. Mrs. Myrick did not have radia tion or chemotherapy. However, Mrs. Myrick is quick to warn other women that everyone is different and each person's experience may be different. ''I'm the odd one. I have no history of cancer in my family. However, I tell my daughters to be checked reg ularly. It :may be something in my genes." A Tampa native, Mrs. Myrick graduated from Edward Waters College where she earned her degree. 1\) 0 After graduati ng from col-...... 0 lege, Mrs. Myrick returned to Tampa and became a classroom teacher. She is married to Leroy Myrick and the mother of 2 daughters, Ms. Harriet Myrick Jones and Ms. Pamela Myrick, and grandmother of 4. She is a member of Pleasant Chapel AMEChurch. Mrs. Myrick said she re tired after 37 years of teach ing. Her love for children resulted in bet continuing to work with them. Today, she tutors at Sheehy Elementary School. Mrs. Myrick said, "It's that feeling you get when you work with a child and you see .him catch on to what you're teaching him. It's like a light comes on and you know you've reached him." The month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 'TI r-0 :::c c > 0 m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m r-'' I'm working closely with President Obama to get us back on track. (i) :1: m c li' .. < m He can't do it aloneM.so I will be there to be your voice.'' vo CAST ,,,...;;;;;;;.._.:;;;,...__;............; CONGRESS Early Voting Begins October 18 www.castorforcongress.com Paid for and approved by Castor c: m 0 c > z c :::c c

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editorials/Columns a: w m 0 0 >"' < c en w ::::) .... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-1 4 0) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (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 HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscrlptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. I Vote 1es; On Amendment 21 a: Ride down Kennedy Boulevard, Hillsborough Av-LL enue or some other of the major or minor streets of our fair city and try to negotiate the countless lumps ca:: .and bumps you encounter on your way to work. Miss your bus in a driving rain and have to wait almost anC other hour to keep from catching pneumonia. Be a f3 member of a family who has one car, two people work::) ing and three children, two of whom have to take pubt-lie transportation to get to school. Then you would realize why we say, ''VOTE 'YES' FOR AMENDMENT 2, come November 2nd. w However, here are questions to the powers-that-be C that we want answered. When they lay down the tracks for light rail in the Black neighborhoods, where will en rail begin and where will it end? Will it go downtown, ffi and if it does go downtown, what downtown, will wel:::l comeit? Furthermore, who will help to lay those rails? Who i= will get hired to fix those streets? What will be the ethnicity of the newly hired bus drivers? Beyond the fan_, fare and of a fast-transit between Tampa and Orlando, what will the future bring for our com_, munity, five days after the last rail is laid and the final additional bus takes route? i= Yes, we have questions, even as we realize that no city ifj can become great without building and sustaining a vien able public transportation system. < So, we say, VOTE "YES" for Amendment 2. But we also say, remember that public transportation is more 0 than rails leading to someplace. Public transportation -' is new business, new communities, and new life. That LL is what we want. That is what we shall expect. See Fridav's Edition For The Sentinel Endorsements. Earlv Voting Begins October 18, 2010. I don't care what the United States Supreme Court may rule or say. I don't give a hoot what Congress may say or do. I guarantee you that the founding fathers of the United States Consti tution did not have in mind foreign money or foreign companies deciding who gets elected in this country. But that is exactly what is happening today. Every since the right leaning Supreme Court ruled that political parties could accept political donations without having to reveal the source, it is an es tablished fact that money is coming into the United States from foreign sources. This money is being used to help selected candidates by paying for favorable ads for these candidates and pour ing millions upon millions of T his is what they printed. "As the first white mu nicipal primary in the history of Tampa, today's election has some novel features. .For the first time in the his tory of Tampa, candidates for office have not found it nec essary to go down into the dives of the "Scrub" (section of Tampa's neighbor hood in the early 1900s bor dered by Pierce Street to Nebraska Avenue and from Henderson Avenue south to Street) to hobnob with the festive Colored brethren on his own ground, to 'fight the devil with fire' by resort ing to money used in the most shameful way, as a means of securing the bulk of the Negro votes. The Negro 'leader' who, considered with reference to city elections, has usually been a 'grafter' of the lowest type, agreeing to 'deliver' so many votes for so much money and generally, enter ing into the same agreement with every candidate in the race, finally giving whatever influence he possesses to the last man who 'sees him' on election day, has been en tirely eliminated and he will not be in evidence at the baldollars in attack ads against the opponent of these candi dates. They use the money to cre ate well intentioned sound ing organizations that exist in name only and spew prop aganda all over the place. They use the money to stack phony political polls, to spread lies and to attempt to buy votes. In America, votes are for sale. They sell directly or indirectly. American patriots like Thomas Jefferson, John Hancock, Thomas Paine, George Washington, Sam Adams, Paul Revere, Nathan Hale, and a host of other founding fa thers would be furious, dis appointed and disgusted to know that today's leaders are allowing foreign source to play such a powerful role in lot box today. "This primary will be an honest, free and full expres sion of the white electorate of the City and, as such, it will come nearer representing the actual desires of the people of Tampa than any municipal election ever held here .. ," so spoke an editorial from Tampa's daily newspaper, Tampa Morning News, dated April 5, 1910, entitled Today s Election," in cele bration of Tampa's first White Primary election. In those years, Tampa joined an infamous White Municipal Party movement sweeping the South as a means of eliminating Black people from voting for candi dates for elective offices, a movement that began during Reconstruction. Unfortunately, between 1877 and 1950, neither the Democrats nor Republicans acted in the best interest of Blac'k folks. Thus ; in Tampa, Black people could no longer vote for for city offices. In 1944, Attorney Thurgood Marshall won a case before the Supreme Court which ruled that "all white" primary elections were un-our government. A govern ment they fought so hard to establish. There are some exceptions to almost everything, includ ing politics. Experience has shown me that most of the time candidates with the most money usually win the elections. History shows that it is good to have the qualifica tions, but it is more important to have a lot of money. To further illustrate the point, it explains why we have so many unqualified and uninspired elected offi cials in political offices. I hate all the negative cam paigning, the negative ad at tacks, and all the lies. I hate even more using or allowing foreign sources to determine who our elected officials will be. Both the Supreme Court and the United States Con gress should review the deci sion to allow these unnamed political donations. Ameri can politics is negative enough. It is time somebody or some organization clean it up. constitutional. However, tQday, since Black citizens have not voted in any large number, after electing President Barack Obama, few candidates visit our community anymore. The only difference between 2010 and 1905 is that Black people now have the right to vote. Consequently, the upcom ing elections and the appar ent lack of interest in voting as demonstrated in past elec tions prompts me to remind our readers of just how much we have to lose if we don't go to the polls in large numbers. Not to vote in this general election will hand our future and our children's future to Tea Party extremists and Re publican candidates who op pose practically every legislative measure and so cial remedy that has enabled Black folks to progress over the past so years. Perhaps, sharing some his tory of where Blacks have come from in securing the right to vote will cause read ers to decide to vote on No vember 2nd. r certainly hope everyone reading this column will vote on, or before November 2nd. By the way, did you know that in Florida there are more Democrats registered to vote than there are registered Re publicans? Sadly, Democrats have not been voting. Nevertheless maybe Blacks will remember our political past and this election will, indeed, be dif ferent. Harambee!

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____ HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday --If you obsess ov e r personal issues, you lose 0 power in the social or career arena. Overcome this tendency by detail-0 ing work priorities and sharing the list with family members. That way d they 'll know what s on your plate and understand your moods better. m Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Even if you have to work today, make m time for recreational activities. You don't need to push that stone uphill :::C all day. Hand it off to someone. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Allow your thinking to wander now. Blurred focus is just what you need, as you apply artistic talents. Use a light touch and broad stroke. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-When issues impinge on your core values, pay attention. You don't want to give up something im portant to your philosophy. Others suggest solutions. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-The more you work within your sphere of comfort, the more you accomplish. Associates see broader possibilities for future consideration. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-You need to clarify a philosophical point if the group's to move forward. You may call in an expert to clarify specific details and concerns. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -No one knew what you'd say today, not even yourself. The big surprise is that everyone agrees and wonders why they didn't think of it themselves. Aries (March 21-April19)-Combine romance with work today by including your partner in social events involving clients and co workers. Use creativity to make it really fun Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Your many talents take you in dif ferent directions now. Follow the traditional wisdom as far as it will take you. Then be willing to branch out. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Work closely with children and elders to produce better results. You share talents you may not know about. Listen and learn from each other. Cancer (June 22-July 22) A friend or associate brings a gift to a social event at your place sparking the interests and talents of all guests. Let others play first. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Work and play interweave in an unusual way today. Tim e awa y from a problem often allows a solution to emerge. Other imaginations provide the missing key. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Shop for supplies early in the day, so everyone has what they need to get their work done. Capture imagina tion with the right tools. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN-Scott makes an admission to Caleb; Colby blames Annie for all the problems within her family; Ryan insists he be put on the stand. Liza's attempts to connect with Colby fall flat; Scott gets taken down to the station; Caleb and Jackson reconcile. Madison helps Kendall and Greenlee avoid the press; Krystal helps Angie change her mind; a witness claims he saw Ryan running out of David's hotel room the day he died. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Whip speaks with Amber after seeing something. Brooke wants Stephanie to get treatment for the can cer. Dayzee gets away from Stephanie. Ridge makes a big announce ment. Thomas and Hope share a moment. Brooke confesses her secret. Dr. Lewis visits Stephanie at her house. Liam is faced with Steffy in lin gerie again. Brooke and Stephanie discuss the afterlife. Stephanie and Brooke share a close moment DAYS OF OUR LIVES Melanie stops the wedding Melanie ex plains her rational for keeping Chloe's secret. Bo visits Hope in prison They discuss Ciara. Will is moved by the lengths Rafe would go for Sami. Hope helps a new inmate through an appendicitis attack. Bo learns that Ciara was bullied because of her mom. EJ goes home. Chloe and Melanie have a showdown at the wedding! GENERAL HOSPITAL-An undercover Lucky is assigned to kid nap Brenda. Carly wants Brenda gone and goes to Jason for support. Robin tries to convince Jax not to meddle with Brenda and Sonny. Jax wants Carly to make a sacrifice as well. Maxie wants Brenda gone for Spinelli's sake. Jason questions Brenda about what secret she is hiding about the Balkan. Carly swears to Jason that she will never let Brenda have Jax. Patrick sees Robin on her birthday. Maya sees Ethan getting roughed up by Johnny's thugs. Maya and Robin have a heart-to-heart about bad boys and matters oflove. Claire gives Jason an ultimatum. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Inez never shows up at Rodi 's. Echo offers to be a sounding-board for Clint. Viki shares her concerns over Echo with Rex and Natalie. Greg admits to Natalie that Tea is alive. When Eli kidnaps Dani, Starr and Hope, he takes them to Cherryvale to tend to his gunshot wound. Dani comes across Tea s room. Tea finds it hard to trust anyone. John and Todd find Hope s dead babysitter and find the girls missing. Blair finds out from Todd that Starr and Hope have been kidnapped. Starr gets away from Eli and leaves a message with Hannah for Cole. Tea runs into Eli. Dani is forced back into the car by Eli. Marty comforts Cole. Marty slips a bout Greg s visit to Natalie. Dorian receives a visit from Echo. Markko comforts Langston. Jessica admits to her par ents that Ford could be her baby s father YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Diane reveals she came back so Kyle could bond with Jack. Phyllis is skeptical and warns Jack not to fall for her crap! See a preview of Diane at Jack s house. Katherine has to decide whether or not to keep Murphy alive with life support. Victor tries to make amends with ViCtoria again. She tells him she cannot be under his thumb. Deacon connects with Nikki, and then sees Meggie spiking her drink. He confronts Meggie and they work out a deal to break up Victor and Nikki. Diane runs into Victor and asks if he's avail able! Nikki, Meggie, Billy, and Vikki, are all at the hospital as Kay is about to decide to let Murphy go. Suddenly, he opens his eyes and stares right at Meggie! Ashley tells Tucker she has never seen this side of him, and doesn't like it much. Nikki asks Diane if she's come to town looking for her next victim. er, husband. Murphy tries to communicate. Sofia and Neil arrive at an agreement. Victoria is worried about Billy. Phyllis and Jack investigate Skye and Adam. Victor is suspicious. Chloe watches Kevin. These beautiful ladies were guests at the Dad's Club Sweetheart Ball (L-R): Mesdames Anna Williams, Minnie P. Napper and Easter Henderson. Also attending the Dad's Club Sweetheart Ball were: Lessie Benders, Delores R. Hester, Evelyn Daniels, Delores Harris, Mary J. Vega, Eddie Jean Howard and Ann Glymph. Delta Coronation Ball Guests (L-R): Miss Gladys Carr, Mrs. Frances McFarlene and Miss Gloridine McNair. ..... 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 "TT I 0 :::c c )> (/) m z ::::! z m I m c I I m ::::! z ., c m I en ::1: m c m < m -f c m (/) c )> z c "TT :::c c C) m U1

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0-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5irthda_y Greetings Happy Birthday To Wanda And Weldon Buie lTwinsJ Oct 4, 2009 And Respectively Oct 4, 2010 1-(.J 0 a: w > w c w J: en ::J CQ ;:) 0.. z j::: w ..J ..J ;:) CQ ..J w z j::: z They celebrated at the Cotton Club on Oct. 3rd, 2010, with family and friends. "Dancin" Queen. Thank you Father for an other year! SHERE JONES (21 Years Old) m Happy 52nd birthday to the most wonderful mom in the <( world. May God bless you with many more. c a: 0 ..J LL We love You MS. PUDDIN, SHERYL COOPER And IMANI CD I w Enjoy your day Mama, because you can have whatever you C!J like. From, your 4 kids, Tony, Puddin, Jusio and Imani. 51 Years Happy birthday to Jakob and J aniya, who will be 2 on Oct. 12th. Love. grandparents, John and Marie Miller; parents Damien and Melissa; aunt and uncles. Meeting Middleton Class Reunion Meeting Planned The 1961 Middleton High School class will meet on Sat urday, October 16th, at 4 p.m., at the Tampa Police Department District 3 Office, 3808 North 22nd Street. The meet ing will be held in the confer ence room. Reunion Chairperson Ralph Rance continues to urge all classmates to attend and participate in the plan ning process in preparation for the 50th Anniversary Re union. Local Book Signing Jake Powell, Jr., author of Dark Secret s Your Pastor Won t Re veal, held a book signing at Big John's Alabama Bar-B-Que recently (Photography by BRUNSON) Alvin Pimento with his copy of the book with Jake Powell James Bellamy was at the event. 1901 West Sligh Avenue Tampa, FL 33604-5813 Salon Number: 813-936-3470 www.devlnedesignsbyrenee.com

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Phi Beta Kappa Facultv Lecture Governor Appoints Series Presents 1st Guest Speaker 10 To Diabetes aJ DR. JULIANNE MALVEAUX On Wednesday, October 13th, a popular economist and writer will be the guest speaker at the University of South Florida She is the first guest speaker of the Phi Beta Kappa Fac ulty Lecture Series. Dr. Julianne Malveaux will deliver her lecture entitled "The Crossroads: Education or Economic Extinction," at the Tampa Museum of Art, from 7 p .m. to 8 p.m. An open group discussion is slated for earlier during the da y from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., at Mar shal Center, Room 3711. The USF Phi Beta Kappa Faculty Alumni, the USF Office of the Provost, and Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio are jointly sponsoring the event. It is free to the public. The lecture series was created to bring leading public intellectuals to USF and to Tampa to interact with students, faculty, staff, and members of our community. Dr. Malveaux is the 15th President of Bennett College for women, and a respected economist, writer, and an authority on politics, economics, gender, race, national affairs, and the workplace. As a scholar, Dr. Malveaux has re searched and taught economics, public policy, and African American studies at several pre mier universities in the United States, includ ing University of C a lifornia at Berkeley She has appeared frequently on television, hosted her own radio show, and her syndicated column has appeared in some 20 newspapers across the United States since 1990 Dr. Malveaux received her B. A. and M. A. degrees in Economics from Boston College. She continued her education at MIT, where she earned her Ph D in Economics. Dr. Malveaux is a native of San Francisco and currently lives in Washington, D.C. Former Vice President AI Gore In Tampa For u. s. Candidate Meek Former Vice President AI Gore was in Tampa September 30, 2010 to attend a rally in support of U. S. Senate candidate Kendrick Meek. The rally was held at the Letter Carri e rs Hall. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Former Vice President AI Gore, left, at the Letter Carriers Hall with U. S. Senate candidate Kendrick Meek. Citizens at the AI Gore-Kendrick Meek Rally were Zakia, TerLeNoir and Yvette. Marvin Knight, owner of Oriental Fish Market, was one of those in attendance: Ron Coffee with his Kendrick Meek sign,; Advisorv Council Governor Charlie Crist recently appointed 9 people and reappointed 1 person to serve on the Diabetes Advisory Council. Two of those in dividuals are from Hillsborough County. All of the terms began on October 6th. Ms. Jennifer Marks, 59, of Miami, is a physician and professor with the Uni versity of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She was reappointed for a term end ing July 1, 2014. Dr. Leslene Gordon, 53, Community Health Direc tor, Hillsborough County Health Department, and Dr. Laura Williams, 31, an as sociate professor with Uni versity of South Florida, are both from Tampa. Dr. Gordon is replacing -Kelli Maw, until July 2011 when the term expires. Dr. Williams is succeeding Anthony Morrison, and her term will end July 1 2014 DR. LESLENE GORDON Appointed to Diabetes Advisory Council Other appointees are: 1\) 0 """' 0 Lisa Buckloh, 42, of Jack sonville; Bonnie Masterson, 64, of Naples; Rep. Peter Nehr, 58, of Palm Harbor Florida House of Representatives; Melvin 0 Price, 54, of Bradenton; Ed-l> ward Shahady, 72, of Fer-nandina Beach; Dorothy z Shulman, 57, of Lutz; and Kim Williams, 45, of Palm m Harbor. c: r r m :::! Couple learns Halloween Skeleton Is Human z ., c: aJ c en ::I: m A Tampa couple has learned that a skeleton they purchased C for Halloween is actuall y human remains. Police have turned the skeleton over to the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office. -< According to police Mitchell and Judith Fletcher pur-d chased the skeleton at an estate sale hist month They thought m it was plastic but a s they began to decorate for Halloween the y realized it appeared to be human. On October 6th couple contacted the Hillsborough l> County Sheriffs Office and deputies took possession of the skeleton. The investigation re v ealed that the skeleton had a se-., rial number on the femur It appears that the skeleton was used ::0 for study at a college or university, police said. C The investigation is continuing to determine the origin of the skeleton. Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs NOW COOKING THURSDAY SATURDAY 3608 N. 15th (Comer Of lake)

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E LOcal N N ..... a: w Ill 0 ..... () 0 Dowdell 7th Grader Headed To washington To Anend Young leaders Conference Elijah Ramos, a 7th grader at Dowdell Middle School, will join over 250 middle school students from across the United States next month to participate in a leadership con ference in Washington, D. C. Adam Finch, Elijah's teacher at Dowdell, nominated the youngster because of his "outstanding academic achieve ments and demonstrated lead ership potential." The theme of the Junior National Young Leaders Conference (JrNYLC) is "Voices of Leadership: Re flecting on the Past to Create the Future." In addition to meeting students during the six-day pro gram, Elijah will visit the many museums and monu-ments, and even attend a sleepC over at the Maryland Science fE Center. C The scholars will also examine notable U. S. leaders and > historic figures, and study the impact of leadership throughen out critical periods of American history. t-" The aim of the Junior Nationa} Young Leaders ConferW > EUJAHRAMOS ... 7th Grader ence is to inspire students to recognize their owh leadership skills, measure their skill s against those of current and former leaders and return home with new confidence in their ability to exercise positive influence within their commu nities," said Marguerite Ragan, Dean of Academic Affairs for the Congressional Youth Leadership Council (CYLC), the organization that sponsors JrNYLC. Several students from Dow dell have attended a CYLC pro gram. They are: Christopher Thompson (2005), MacKenzioe Dickson (2006), and Michelle Farina (2008). Elijah is the son of Jacqueline Caceres and Carlos Ramos. Among those who as sisted with making his trip pos sible are : Martha Sanchez and Bea Williams (grand mothers), Eryk Williams, Desiree Serr, The Skills Cen ter, Clerks Office-Juvenile Di vision employees, JSA Medical Group, HCSO employees: Det C. Freeman, Det. E.-Higgins, Sgt. C. Powell, Sgt. 0. Jackson, Dep. J. Footman, Det. K. Scott, Det. T. Allen, Percival Brown and Cassandra Pinckney. w 0 w ::J: en :::i Ill Homeowner lniured During House Fire Tampa Fire Rescue was called z out to a house fire Sunday night i= at 6204 North 42nd Street. When units arrived, they re...1 ported seeing smoke and flames ffi coming from the single-story ...1 house. The fire was in a utility W room and was under control in good condition. An investigator with the Tampa Fire Marshal s Office de termined that the homeowner, Bruce Bryant, 55, was in the house when he heard a crackling sound. When he found the util ity room on fire, he tried unsuc cessfully to put it out. That's when his hands got slightly burned that Bryant left a citronella candle burning in the room to ward off bugs. There were also flammable liquids stored in the room. The vapors of the flam mable liquids were ignited by the flame. Although the accidental fire caused $15,000 damage to the house, fire crews reported that home the was protected from extensive damage. z i= z w en < c 10 minutes. Paramedics treated one man for minor burns and he was transported to a local hospital in The Investigator determined ---------------------------------------------------------------------0 LL 'WE REACH OUT BETTER TOGRHE First 1;3aptist Church of College Hill Celebrates Their _........_.,... 106th Church Anniversarv Homecoming "And I keep praying that this Faith we hold in common keeps showing up in the good things we do, and that people recognize Christ in all of it, "Philemon 1 :6 October 14th -Gospel Concert-7:00 pm Featuring : The FBCCH Male Chorus and The Gospel Warriors October 16th-Community Festival-10:00 am-3:00pm Free Food Free Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Checks -Games -Clothes and -Pavilion Entertainment October 17th Anniversary Worship Services 7:50am and. 10:50 am Pastor Michael Neely New Millennium Community Church For More lnfonnation: Please Call813-248-6600 3838 North 29th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 Castor To Highlight USF Research Accomplishments KATHY CASTOR U. S. Congresswoman On Tuesday (today) at 4 p.m., Congresswoman Kathy Castor will highlight research strides made by University of South Florida Health. The event that will highlight accomplishments of the scientists and clinicians at "Research Means Hope: News from the Front Lines, will be held in the USF Health Rotunda and Nursing Atrium. The USF medical researchers will present information ses sions on Alzheimer's disease, sterri cells and cell therapies, juvenile diabetes and drug devel opment. Congresswoman Castor was instrumental in helping USF Health secure $6 million through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for its Pa perFree Florida initiative. Pa perFree Florida is bringing electronic prescribing to the Tampa Bay area while creating jobs in the health care and infor mation technology sectors. In fiscal year 2009-10, USF received more than $125 million in NIH funding, largely directed toward USF Health researchers Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertising And More! (''.?cd/nq "NEW HARMONY MISSIONARY /BAPTIST CHURCH. INC. 28i 1 17th Street. Tamoa. FL. 38605 813\ 531cl799 DR. AARON MUNFo'RD TH.D .. Pastor leacller 5th .church Annive (je\e October 12-17,2010 'TSary Tuesday, Octob'-'1' 12, 2010 7:30P.M.-PASTOR ERNEST WASHINGTON And Coogn.ogatioo-New Rising Star M. B. Church, Tampa Wednesday, October 13, 2010 7:30P M -"Women or God" NightPastor: Lethall!:lder And CongrtgationChrist of the New Deginnillg Chlll'dl or God, Tampa-Pastor: W. M. Harris Thunday, October 14, 2010 7:30P.M.-PASTOR GREGORYT. Rn,LAod -l''irst John M. B. Church, Tampa l' tiday, Odober 15, 2010 7:30P.M.-PASTOR TOM JONES And Congregation-H':.avco Destiny A. 0. G. Church Of God, Tampa Saturday, October 16, 2010 7:30 P.l\'1.-5th Annivenary Banquet** Guest"Vuion Of llarmony" Sunday, October 17, 2010 11 A. '1\'1 .,-Wonhip Hour-Dr. A. Munford ** Deacons' Dea. 'WiDic .Jackson Chairman, Minldry, Dea. Brock Clerk Liod.a Rmck Sunday, October 17th t 4 P.M. PASTOR WILLI.E KlNGCADEAnd Congregation, Mt. Zion Progressive M. B. Chnrc:h, Lake Wales

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Local ffi Mother Of Man Accused Of Murdering OHicers wants Her Voice To Be Heard BY LEO:N" B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Ms. Selecia Watson said she has intentionally kept her face out of the media and not spoken to reporters. She also said she will heed the advice of her son s attorney and not speak out harshly against anyone. Ms. Watson is the mother of Dontae Morris, the young man accused of murdering four people, two of them Tampa Police officers. I want my voice to be heard, and I am a concerned parent, not angry or lashing out at anyone." This entire incident has thrown our entire family into a fog, because the information we ve been given is so limited. A ll we know is we had police knocking on our doors, putting guns in our faces, and asking us all kinds of questions. We are being treated like we are responsi ble for what happened to the officers and the other two people. Ms. Watson said her son was running for his life after his picture was released and word was out that he had killed two officers . "He believed the police were going to kill him. I believe they were going to kill him, because we never had any peace. "As far as my other son is concerned, (Dwayne Callaway), he was treated badly because of the high profile nature of the case against Dontae. At least DONTAE MORRIS .. accused of murdering four people. most of the charges against him have been dropped." Ms. Watson said she also feels it wasn't necessary for her son's aunt to los e her job. "Due to the nature of her job, I feel she was treated unjustly." "As far as Cortnee Brantley is concerned, I've known her since she was in high school, and due to her relationship with my son, I feel she's being treated unfairly. "As a mother, this really hurts. I know the child I bore and raised, and they don' t talk about the good things he's done They make him out to be some kind of monster. That's not who my son is." "I'v e talked to Dontae over the phone, and he says he' s alright, but I know he's not because of what he' s been charged with. I just want him to have the right relationship with God throughout all of this." New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Tampa, Florida, Incorporated East Columbus Drive Tampa, FL 33605 eve,renlll Dr. Walter J. William Pastor October 12 Nightly a Sunday, October 17,2010 at 8 Nig ltt/y Senices Guest Speakers Thesday, October J2th Rev. Bartholomew Banks S tate President Progressive Missionary & Educationa l State Conve ntion of Florida Pa5tor, St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Chlllth, Tampa, Florida Wednesday, October 13th Pastor T. D. Leonard Pastor Mt. Tabor Missionary Cblllth, Tampa, Florida Sunday, October 17th -llA.M. Rev. C. R. Taylor Moderator First Soutl1 Florida Miss ionary Baptis t Distri c t Association Mt. Pleasant On The Move Again With Reading C/) c 0 (') d OJ m :::c ...... Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School is on the move again with reading. The students 1\) selected some adventurous books for a recent read-a-thon (Photos by Julia Jackson) Roosevelt Harmon in the library. Jordan Lymous wants to learn about "Timeline." Mijayla Reed with "The Bl_ue Sky Book." Tampa: Tampa Study Group 831-965-7988 2911 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 9 am to 8 pm Daily Boyz 2 Men 813-979-2887 2135 University Sq. Mall Tampa, FL 33612 GO Fashions 813 236-7804 3010 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 Ladies of the Sea 813-247-2722 2705 E. MLK Blvd. Suite A Tampa, FL 3361 0 Candy Lowe Tea Time 813-394-6363 904 Y2 E. Henry Ave. Tampa, FL St. Petersburg: Muhammad Mosque #95 900 22nd St. South St. Petersburg, FL. 33733 10 am to 2 pm Daily Intrigue Barber Shop 727-321 7203 514 49th Street, St. Petersburg, FL Orlando: 407 Customs 407-903-9228 1233 W Sandlake Rd., Orlando, FL Sweet Stop Candy Company 321-439-8216 407 West Church St. Orlando, FL 32801 Dolly's One Stop Records 407-295 9584 400 N Pinehills Road Suite H Orlando FL 32811 ...... 0

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We Salute Our Service Men And Women N T"" a: w m 0 .... Area Enlistees Complete Training Assignments Several military enlistees U from the Tampa Bay Area re-C: cently completed their military training. Army Pvt. Christian E. w Andino graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Ben ning, Columbus GA. Pvt. Andino, who graduated from Leto High School in 2006, is the son of Carmen Rivera, ofTampa. Army Pvt. Thomas G. Cotton, II, has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. He is the son of Tom Cotton, of Tampa, and a 2006 graduate of Sickles High School. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class James A. Fernandez graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. AIRMAN PATRICK HAIRE Air Force Airman Patrick L. Haire graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX. He is the son of Patrick Haire, of Tampa, and Angela Lindquist, of McDo nough, GA. Airman Haire is a 2009 graduate of King High School. > He is the son of Joseph and Jill Fernandez, of a:; Tampa, and a 2005 graduate LL of Plant High School. AirC man Fernandez received an associate's degree in 2007 from the University of North c Florida, Jacksonville Army National Guard Pvt. Shauna M. Keller has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. Pvt. Keller is the daughter of Florence Keller and niece of Rosemary LaChance, both of Tampa. (/) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :::J: (/) ::::i m ::::) a. PUBLIC NOTICE The Following Proposed Initiatives Will AJ>pear on the Novemoer 2, 2010 General Election Ballot: COUNTY REFERENDA Countywide Transportation System Construction Maintenance Op-erations Through the Levy of a One Percent Sales Surtax Shall transportation improvements throughout Hillsborough County, Tampa, TeJ!Iple Terrace and Plant City be funded by l evying a one percent transp
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Local 00 Tampa Bav Ravens Defeat Manatee Bulls 35-12 In a recent youth football league game in Thonotosassa, the Tampa Bay Ravens d e feated the Manatee Bulls 35-12. There were some awesome games b y the Flag Pee Wee, .N and Varsity teams of the Ravens and Bulls. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Founder Ross Fabian with field judges William Paramore and Roy Murray. Members of the Ravens team with their coaches. On the first row are: Tiffany, Demarco, Nekko, Montrey, Cameron, Rogelio, Tarry, and Quanda. Second row, Marquis, Recardo, Demarcus, Deion, Darion and Thomas. Third row, Angelo, Ricky, Jordan, Malik, Reginald, Michael, Rodney, Otis, Will and Devon. The coaches are Tom, Anthony Nobles, Tyrell Brown, Anton Godsen, Edward Washington, Will Romulus, Vince Walker and Reggie. c }< 0 (') d m m JJ ..... 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 00 m Head Coach Nakeshe Blue with members of the Manatee Bulls JV Cheerleaders, Dakeveya Tiara Smith and Kiana Higdon. Coach Julius Perry with members of the Manatee Bulls Flag Team: Daniel Defreitas, Gabriel Defreitas, Eliaja Perry and Samuel Brooks. The Tampa Bay Ravens Flag Football Team members are: Corey Williams, Elrigue Orta, Vincent Ketchup, lsiah Ketchup, z Justin Ortiz, Demontae Shepard, Morgan Johnson, Eladio m Vejar, Antone Gadsen, Alvin Williams, Kentrell Covington, I Terrell Brown and Emontre Washington. Their coaches are CD Melissa Ruiz and Kentrell Coviniton. Budgets are tight enough these days without and energy By taking advantage of lower energy rates, available ;,;est the day, our Energy can you save montt:l's wortn of electricity each year.* ' -: .... . . The advanced thermostat, installation and participat i on are all free. In fact, we'll even include a free energy auqit and eight light buJbs to n:taximize your savings. savi ngs may vary >'. ,; l To sign up, visit tampaelectrjc.com/energyplanner or: call 863.299.0800 (Polk) or 1.888.223.0800 {all other countiEis). Select Home Account, then Energy Savif)g Programs. ., FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs TAMPA ELECTRIC UFE RUNS ON ENERGY .. r !!l z "tl c: m .r (j): ::1: m c m < m c: m 00 c )> z c ., JJ c C>. m ..... ......

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Sport5 Bucs Show Grit In Victorv Over Bengals Buccaneers' WR Mike Williams was targeted 11 times, and ::;: caught 7 passes for 99 yards with a touchdown in a Week 5 win C against the Bengals. a: LL c z <( ::;: c CJ) w ::::: 1-fi: w > w c w :I: The Tampa Bay Bucca-.. neers went on the road Sunday, and prevailed with a 2421 come-from-behind victory over the Cincinnati Bengals The Bucs (3-1) already have won as many games as they did last season, and are second in the AFC South Division. Although the Buccaneers' offense recorded two touch. CJ) :::i dowris, it was the Bucs' m defense that stole the day. Piscitelli, who lost z his safety position to' Sean ti Jon'es, go_t a c4ance to, ...J nideem himself Sunday S when Jones suffered back m spasms on the first play and ...J had tb leave the game. Piscitelli later picked off a i= Carson Palmer pass and ffi returned it 31 yards. UJ The Bucs points came on a i: Mike Williams touchdown ii: catch, an Earpest Graham-. 0 run, and an interception .. &i return for a touchdown by Safety Co<,ly G-rimm. Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman the game 20 for 33 for 280 ' yards, a touchdown and a_n. Mike Williams recorded 7 cat<;hes for 99 yards and a touchdown, and Graliam had 3 carries for 65 y ards. The Buccaneers' defense did not perform well against the run with Bengals running back Cedric B .enson racking up 144 yards. But when it came to putting the ball in the end zone, the Bucs' defense tightened up. This sunday, the Bucs will stay at home and face divi. sion foe, the New Orleans Saints. The Saints are com. ing off a loss to the Arizona Cardinals, and will be look ing to return to their Super Bowl form The win Sunday for the Bucs gave them six straight over he Bengals, and their fourth road win dating back to last season's win against the SeattleSea:hawks . Th e biggest injury }9r the Bucs came in the second quarter with shirting Jeff Faine to le ave the game with,what'may be a pulled quadriceps muscle. Pacman Jones Questioned After Tranic Incident CINCINNATI B e n ga ls cornerback A d a m "Pacman" Jones was questioned b y police after a PACMAN traffic inci-JONES dent following a 24-21 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday, but was released a short time later without a ticket or charges. Cincinnati police Officer K. Hall said Jones drove over the curb trying to avoid hitting someone or something in a downtown street. The streets were crowded with fans leaving the Bengals game and others going to the Reds evening pla y off game against Philadelphia. Hall said Jones was ques tioned and released. T. Tweet Violates NFL'S Rules CINCINNATI -A message on Terrell 0 w ens' Twitter feed Sunday violated the NFL s rules TERRELL against using O"WNS social media before games. A post on his Twitter account noted that a fan wearing his jersey at the Bengals game against Tampa Bay get a footb.all signed by him and Chad Ochocinco. The message was posted an hour before kickoff, violating the NFL's social media policy that prohibits posts 90 minutes before a game . Owens was on the field shortly after the message was posted on his Twitter account. A lucky fan weariJlg my jersey 2day will get a signed football-by Me & Ocho My asst will pick U out!! Good luck!" themesRavs Topple Rangers 5-2 To Force Decisive Fifth Game In ALDS ARLINGTON, TX-Evan Longoria is still limping. Now he s also hitting, and the Tampa Bay Rays are he a ded home one victory from an improbable comeback. Longoria snapped out of his postseason slump with a homer and two doubles, Carlos Pena scored twice with a pair of extra-base hits of his own and Tampa Bay escaped elimination again with a 5-2 victory Sunday over the Texas Rangers to force a deciding Game 5 in the AL division series We've really battled to get back to even," Longoria said. And I think we have a lot of confidence going home, and being able to finish the series in our home ballpark." DAVID PRICE Tampa Bay sends 19-game winner David Price to the mound Tuesday night in a rematch of the Game 1 starters. "I like our chances with Dave on the mound again, Longoria said. Hall 01 Farner Tonv Gwvnn Disgnosed With Panoid. Cancer SAN DIEGO Hail of Fame outfielder Tony Gwynn says he has cancer in a salivary gland. He told The San Diego Union-Tribune the cancer was discovered last tnonth and he faces seven to eight weeks of treatment radiation five times a week and chemotherapy once a week "The doctors have told me they feel they caught the can cer early and there was not much of it there, he said in a story published SatUrday. The parotid cancer was diag nosed after the former Padres star had a third round of surgery since 1997 to remove a tumor on the parotid glimd. Hall of Farner Tony Gwynn said that he will undergo radiation five times a week for two months, and chemotherapy once a week. ,The procedures found no malignancies. LAX Police: :steve Francis Arrested FOI Qlin!l Drunk LOS ANGELES-J;,.ps NB:A all-star Angele s Internatio'rial B t e v e interc eption. Hewasreplaced' guard Jeremy Zuttah,, who wili likely to cente. r Sunday against tlfe .. ' I sage said. ,._ Airport police say three.:time F -rancis has _____ ..,.... _______ ----", : been arrested .for. alleged public drunk. en ness : .. Afrport FRANCIS spo_kesman Albert Rodriguez says Francis was arrested at 11:3.0 p.m. Thursday because he was intoxicated, . uriable to care for himself and combative toward staff . Los Angeles Sheriff' s Department records show Francis posted $10,000 bail .and was released around 3:30a.m. Friday.' He is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. s

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Tiger To Plav In Thailand For First Time Comeback With a In 10 Years Foot Pain ..... TIGER WOODS BANGKOK -Tiger Woods will play in a one-day skins tournament in Thailand next month, returning to his mother's home country for the first time in 10 years. Organizers announced Thursday that Woods will play in the Nov. 8 event that is part of celebrations to mark King Bhumihol Adulyadej's 6oth year on the Thai throne. It will be staged at the Amata Spring Country Club in Chonburi, a seaside province southeast of Bangkok, and comes the day after the HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai. Paul Casey of England, Camilo Villegas of Colombia and Thailand's top player, Thongchai J aidee, will also compete for the total prize money of $3oo,ooo. Tarver Readies For Heavvweight Campaign ANTONIO TARVER NEW YORK -Antonio Tarver could feel the difference when he started sparring with the big guys. Round after round, punch after punch, he was taking a heavy weight thumping. "Even when they don't punch, 230 pounds, they really get you," Tarver said, laughing at the kind of punishment that would make most men cringe. The former light heavyweight champion will debut .in boxing's former glamour division next weekend, when he fights Nagy Aguilera at Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Okla. It'll be the first time that Tarver steps into the ring_iri more than a year, when he couldn't stay with the younger and faster Chad Dawson in a loss that left him pondering retirement or a move to heaVyw-eight: He chose the latter, and at least a couple times during camp has regretted it. "I'm fighting longer, harder, really feeling strong," Tarver said Bavlor Basketball Star Slammed For oom.estic ab.use LACJ!iDARIUS DUNN DALLAS -aaylor guard LaceDarius DUlin was suspended from classes by the university Thursday amid allegations that the star player hit his girlfriend during a domestic dispute, his attorney said. Attorney Vikram Deivanayagam said it was too early to know whether the suspension would cause Dunn to miss the rest of the semester and be sidelined for a:t least the early part of the season. The Waco university was fol lowing p 'rocedure for a student facing a charge, Deivanayagam said. The attorney said he an. d his client would explore options for try ing to get an expediting hear ing with university officials. The leading scorer for one of last season's NCAA regional finalists was suspended by the team last week, when police say Dunn's girlfriend, Lacharlesla Edwards, had her jaw broken in two places in a scuffle with Dunn. The Bears announced the suspension when Dunn was booked on a felony charge of aggra vated assault Tuesday. SERENA WILLIAMS LINZ, AUSTRIA -Serena Williams' comeback was delayed yet again because her injured right foot hadn't healed properly. Williams pulled out of week's Generali Ladies Linz tournament. Williams felt pain while training in Florida on Saturday and a scan showed her InJury hadn't healed properly, organizers said in a statement Sunday. Williams has been side lined since July after cutting her foot on broken glass at a restaurant after winning Wimbledon. She returned to practice in September after having surgery but twice put off her comeback, withdrawing from the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo and the China Open in Beijing : Former 49ers Glenconee Arrested In Florida GLEN COFFEE FORT WALTON BEACH, .FL-Former San Francisco 49ers running back Glen Coffee has been arrested on a gun charge in the Florida Panhandle. Fort Walton Beach police say he was arrested Thursday night and c)larged with possession of a concealed firearm. He was released from jail Friday morning. According to the arrest report, an officer pulled over Coffee's 2008 Cadillac for excessive speeQ.. Coffee reportedly failed to provide registration or proof of insurance and the vehicle was towed. A cocked pistol was found in the center console. The former Alabama star left the 49ers in August, saying he wanted to focus on ministry. As a rookie last sea son, Coffee was the team's second-leading rusher with 226 yards. CYRSTAL We welcome Crystal as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, and we hope you will never get enough of seeing her. This young lady enjoys shopping and spending time.with her friends. She also enjoys having a good time and being in an environment where she feels safe. Crystal -will be successful, no matter h .ow many obstacles are thrown into her path, and you can bet she always co mes out on top. When it comes to the man in her life, Crystal said he must. be exceptional and special, as well as have manners, respect, love for himself and others, and have some kind of goals set for his future. 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i Jamming In Brandon (.) 0 r:c LL c z <( c (J) w :::l t-w > w c w :::1: (J) :J m :::l ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::l m Some folks looking for a quiet, relaxing evening stopped at a Brandon nightspot, the Blue Martini Bar. (Photos by Julia Jackson) "Roger Dat" in the Brandon nightspot. Cristy and Leo. Joe Murray and Richa'rd Morris. Friends Otlibrarv Eniov Evening 01 Jazz Members of the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries recently enjoyed an evening of jazz. The group gathered at the Marti Maceo Club on 7th Avenue for the event. The Club was transformed into the fictional "Blue Suede Shoes Cafe," reflective of the 1930s, 40s, and sos. Among Raymond and Kimberly Faulknon were among the attendees at the fictional "Blue Suede Shoes Cafe." Katheryn Quarles and Howard Harris, President of the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries, took to the dance floor: Easter Curry and Carol Lawrence, attended the event. those on hand delivering the lyrics of the past were Ms. Kitty Daniels, a popular vocalist and percussionist, Majid Shabezz . Other musicians stopped b y throughout the evening to share their talent to the jam session. Ms. Joan Anderson sup-plied goodie basket, Donatello's Italian Restaurant provided desserts, and door prizes were given. Ms. Carol Cobb won the grand prize of a refurbished computer b y Computer Mentors. Throughout the evening, attendees enjoyed a good time during the musical flash back. Ester Cooley and Von Keese were among those attending the event at the fictional "Blue Suede Shoes Cafe." Among those enjoying an evening of jazz were Keny Hamilton, Lovie James, Lonnie Carson, Ruth Anderson, Rutha Harper, Alice Maddix, and M.A. Judge Tonetta Henderson, Coffee, S. Baldwin, Francis William arid Ruth Robertson, and Sue McArthur attended the evening of jazz at the Marti Club. Lilly Mae Sturkes, Jeri Jefferson, Georgette Jackie Grant, Renelda Sells, Donna Williams, and Delores Lewis attended the event.

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F ntertainment ffi C/) Toni Files For Bankruptcv, Gospel Singer Nicki Minai Breaks Mav Be $50 Million In Debt Albertina walker Billboard Record g R&B singer Toni Braxton is making headlines after fil ing for bankruptcy with an estimated $50 million in debt. Braxton filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in California and in the court documents estimates that she's worth $1 and $10 million but could have up to $50 million in debt. In the documents Braxton lists creditors she believes she owes money including, *AT&T *The Four Seasons Hotels Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr. *Various medical bills DirecTV Neiman Marcus William Morris Agency *Tiffany & Co. Orkin Pest Control Internal Revenue Service -BMW Financial Services Braxton owes money to the City of L.A. Parking Viola tions Bureau --and the DMV in both California and Ne vada. Branton also filed for bankruptcy in 1998 and had a $396,000 lien filed against her by the IRS. 1. Facing Up To .14 Months In Jail Over Drug Arrest And Parole Violation T.I. It looks like The King might be caged once again as lawyers go back and forth for his upcoming hearing after vi olating his parole in Septem ber. T .I. and his wife, Tiny were arrested last month in Los Angeles, CA, for posses sion of a controlled substance, after they were pulled over in West Hollywood and found in possession of ecstasy. To make matters worse, not only did T.I. fail a drug test when traces of codeine were found in his system, but he was also traveling with a con Victed felon named Cortez "C-Rod" Thomas. All infractions are viola tions of the terms of T.I.'s three-year probation T.I.'s probation officer is asking that the rapper I actor serve eight to 14 months, though lawyers claim the guidelines call for no more than five to 11 months, say court documents filed Friday. The King's hearing and fate will be determined on Oct. 15. DiesAt81 a Nicki Minaj is making llJ ALBERTINA WALKER Famed gospel singer Albertina \oV alker died this morning at the age of 81. Known to many as the "Quee n of Gospel", reps for the singer confirm that she died in her Chicago home. The singer formed the choir group The Caravans when she was 22, and the group is credited with launching the careers of Shirley Caesar; Inez Andrews, Dorothy Norwood and Delores Washington. Walker was previously admitted to a Chicago hospi tal where she underwent a tracheotomy surgery and had respiratory problems for years. Walker had been in the hospital since her 81st birth day on August 29. B.G. Sued For $150,000 Former Hot Boy B.G. has been hit with a $150,000 lawsuit for filming a music video on his neighbor's property. B.G., real name Christopher Dorsey, reportedly shot the promo for his single "My Hood" in his neighborhood without the appropriate city permits. His neighbors Shyrl Patterson Bagneris and John Bagneris claim that the rapper trespassed on their property with a film crew of over 40 people during the shoot. The couple also says they served the rapper a cease and desist letter that he ignored and continued to shoot the video without proper author ization. Billboard history after being announced as the first female rapper to have 7 entries on the Hot 100 Minja is credited on seven songs that are on Nielsen Soundscan's tally of the 200 best selling songs of 2010 with a total of 4,928,000 copies sold. The songs are Ludacris "My Chick Bad"(1,246,ooo), Lil Wayne "K nockout" (519,000 ), Trey Songz "Bot toms Up" (518,000), Usher "LiZ Freak" (508,ooo), Sean Kingston "Letti ng Go (377,000), Jay Sean "2012" NICKIMINAJ (355,000) and her single "Your Love" (775,000). Minaj was credited with having the first single by a fe male emcee to top Billboard's "Rap Songs" category in over seven years with "Your Love." Her album Pink Friday hits stores November 23. Mrs. Obama Tops Forbes 'Most Powerful Women' List Forbes magazine has re leased their list of most pow erful women in the world. Topping this year's list is Michelle Obama who beat out Kraft Foods Chief Execu tive, Irene Rosenfeld (#2) and Oprah Winfrey (#3). Also on the list: Lady Gaga #7, Ellen Degeneres #10 Hilary Clinton #5, Beyonce #9, Nancy Pelosi #11, Sarah Palin #16 and Justice Sonia Sotomayor #19 FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA "T1 r-0 ::c C/) m :z :::! :z m r-llJ c: r rm :::! :z "'D c: llJ Jackson Memorabilia Fetches $1M In Macau r-Cii :I: m c m < MACAU -An auction of some 100 items of Michael Jackson memorabilia has fetched more than $1 million, with a basketball autographed by the late singer and Michael Jordan netting $245 ,000. Showing the lingering ap peal of the "King of Pop," the sale in the southern Chinese city of Macau drew bidders from around the world An unidentified Internet bidder paid $180,000 for a black crystal-studded glove m and an arm brace Jackson wore while filming a promo-tional video for his 1995 m C/) album "HIStory." An Inter-c net bidder also bought the basketball. )> Of the 435 total items up :Z for sale other non-Jackson items sold included a cos-::c tume worn by Bruce Lee C during the filming of "Game of Death" and a costume Madonna donned during her Girlie Show world tdur.

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GWENDOLYN Y.JOHNSON I can't believe it's been 2 years, Fats. You will always be in my heart. Missing you. Bay and family. IN MEMORIAM MINNIE FLOYD BALLARD VERA MAE KENDRICK. 10/12/1935-10/20/200cJ If Roses Grow In Heaven If roses grow in Heaven Lord, please pick a bunch for me. Place them in my Mother's arms and tell her they're from me. Tell her I love her and miss her, and when she turns to smile, place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for a while. Because remembering her is Ur fumily. eorethe key too fin eondqualityservice" Harmon Funeral Home John W. Harmon, L.F. D James Harmon, L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 National New Bishop Eddie Long Billboard-Stirs Even More Controversv A billboard near highway I-75/Ss in Atlanta has sparked more controversy in the already controversial Eddie Long scandal. The billboard reads, "Love Like Him, Live Like Him, Lead Like Him," and features a pic ture of the Bishop Eddie Long himself. Although the motto is of course referring to Jesus, the tight shirt wearing Bishop Long's picture next to it has caused confusion of who the motto is actually referring to. Members of New Birth Mis sionary Baptist Church take the billboard (and their "Bishop") very seriously but others feel that in light of Bishop Eddie Long's sex scandal, the bill board and it's questionable message is a not appropriate at the time. Man Shoots Teen In The Bun For Sagging Pants KENNETH BONDS A man in Memphis, Ten nessee has been arrested after police say he shot a 17-year-old during an argument over the teen's saggy pants. According to published re ports Kenneth Bonds con fronted two teens outside his house by yelling at them to pull their pants up. When the teens ignored the request police state Bonds re sponded by pulling out a black semi-automatic pistol and firing several shots striking one teen in the buttocks. "You want to do something, but you re not going that far, neighbor Cowboy Ward told press "A clear-minded person wouldn't go that far, to-hurt somebody over how the y dress." Bonds was arrested and has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault and as of Monday afternoon, was re leased on bond. Police say Bonds admitted to them to shooting the teen after a heated argument over saggy The teenager who was shot was taken to a hospital where he was treated and released. Meanwhile, Bonds is due in court next week. Integrity Funeral Services 3822 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Includes 20 Gauge s1ae1 llealh Cef11flcate, Spray, 100 Black & Traditional Burial Whtte Programs & Professjonal Setvlce Plan (CEMETBlv NOT INct.UDEDJ Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 Pregnant Woman Arrested For Beating &-Year-Old Neighbor A 27-year-old pregnant woman was arrested this week after police say she attacked and beat her 6-year-old neigh bor, nearly knocking out his two front teeth. Tiffany Nelson, who is at the end of a full term preg nancy, was taken into police custody for assaulting Ian Fauncho; punching him in the face. Police believe the attack came after the boy and her son got into an altercation on the school bus. Ian's mother, Donadeen Russell tells WSB-TV, "What were you thinking? This was a 6-yearold child. I mean, I was there, why didn't IANFAUNCHO you hit me? I mean, you hit a 6year-old child, you're a coward." Russell says the incident happened in front of her Litho nia home after the mother drove up looking for her child. Black &-Year-Old Comes Home From School wearing KKK Mask The parents of a 6-year-old Kansas boy say they were stunned when he came home from school wearing what ap peared to be a KKK mask. Dallas Smith told his par ents that was a part of project in his teacher Russ Gordon's art class and Gordon says that the entire thing was a misun derstanding. He telis NBCActionNews, "That was never, never the purpose of the project." Instead Gordon said he uses it to teach the principals of shape, symmetry and texture. He also adds that he s being doing the art project with stu dents for 30 years without complaint. "It's just a creative shape that the kids can take a lot of DALLAS SMITH different directions .. .! had kids make knights. I had kids make princesses. You can take it all different directions." The parents of little Dallas disagree however -and plan to moye their son to a different school in Pittsburgh, Kansas. Man Denies Drugs Police Found In Bunocks were His A Florida man has been ar rested after police found co caine and weed stuffed in his buttocks during a search that he claimed was not his. According to the Bradenton Herald, Raymond Stanley Roberts admitted to stuffing weed in his buttocks to avoid an arrest but had no idea where the rock cocaine found c a me from. According to police reports, Roberts stated that the "white stuff is not m!ne, but the weed is." Deputies state that they stopped Roberts for speeding and searched him after smelling marijuana. Police say they then found a bag of marijuana between Roberts' buttocks and upon RAYMOND STANLEY further inspection, a bag that contained 27 pieces of rock co caine. Roberts said the cocaine belonged to a friend who had borrowed his car earlier and that he only spotted the bag as he was being pulled over the police report says.

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Crime Woman Charged With Arson, Burglarv CATAVIA COOPER ... Faces arson, burglary charges Investigators arrested an 18-year-old woman Thursday afternoon in con nection with a fire at an East Tampa residence. She had reportedly lived at the resi dence in the past. According to a spokesperson with the Tampa Fire Department,' officials responded to a house fire at 1305 E. 26th Avenue, shortly after 10 a m last Thursday. Firefighters reported that smoke was coming from the rear of the concrete block home when they arrived. Firefighters extinguished the blaze and estimated the damage to the home at arouqd $11,000. Twenty-six responders from four fire stations responded to the Fire Investigator Mike Zuria gathers evidence from the fire at 1305 E. 26th Avenue last Thursday. fire. During the investigation, officials learned that the two male occupants were not home when the fire started. However, they also developed leads in the fire and ruled it as arson. On Thursday afternoon, the investigation led them to Ms. Catavia Cooper, a former resident of the home. Police learned that Ms. Cooper was reportedly an ex-roommate in the house. She was allegedly having an on-going dispute with one of the residents who lived there investigators said. Ms. Cooper was arrested for first-degree arson and burglary of a dwelling. She was given a $32,500 bond. UNCLE SANDY Keeping secrets from those 2, 5, 8, 9 closest to you can result 12, 19, 20 in those same people 22, 25, 27, 29 keeping secrets from you 30, 33, 37, 40. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ave. & scon St 7he h nng of ala:.)err s an rmponan: decrsron that should not be based solely upon advertrsements 8efoe you aecrde us :o sene 1 ou REE :mtter rnfomatron aoout qualrfrcatrons and Police Charge Man With Ramming Undercover Vehicles MARLON COOPER CLEARWATER -On Thursday, Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested a man after he allegedly rammed two undercover vehicles, fled in his car, hit another car, and then tried to flee on foot. Detectives said they were trying to track down a possible suspected involved in drug dealing at the Belleair Point Apartments. According to reports, detec tives approached the car of 29-year-old Marlon Cooper when he suddenly put it in drive and r!lmmed two officers cars a nd fled Deputies were in pursuit of Cooper as he failed to properly negotiate a left turn, causing him to strike a parked car in a private driveway. Following that collision, deputies said Cooper got out of his car and fled. He was arrested later and has been charged wit h two counts of aggravated assa'\}lt on a law enforcement officer, fleeing and eluding, possession of crack cocaine and marijuana, possession of diazepam, reck less driving causing property damage, and leaving the scene of a crash causing property damage. Cooper is being held on more than $5o,ooo bond. Triple Murder Trial Begins BARTOW The trial for a man accused of setting two women afire, one of them pregnant, began Monday. Leon Davis is on trial for the deaths of Yvonne Bust_amante and Jane Luciano. Prosecutors allege Davis tied up the two women (Luciano was six-months pregnant) at an insurance company in Lake Wales in 2007. Investigators said Davis poured gasoline o ver the two women th e n set them afire. Doctors were able to deliver Luciano's baby, but the bab y later died. Prosecutors are asking for the death penalty. c: m (/) Man Charged In Anack On Elderlv WWII Veteran 0 0 (') 0 m m JJ. Tampa Police arrested a man Sunday night on c h arges of hom e invasion, armed kid napping and battery on a per son over 65. According to reports, Tom Parks, an 87 year-o ld World War II veteran, was entering his residence on West Ross Avenue when a man came up behind him, pulled a knife and beat him up. A neighbor heard Mr. Parks screaming and called police Officers arrived quick ly and surrounded the residence. Police said a man was inside Mr. Parks' home, running around trying to find a way out After a struggle, officers arrested John E. Harris, 44 Officers found cash and Mr. Parks' diamond ring in Harris's pocket. Mr. Parks was transported JOHN E. HAlUUS .. attacked and robbed 87-year-old man. to a local hospital with a bro ken hip and facial wounds. Police said he is in good spir its, but unable for interviews as he 's scheduled for surgery. ..... 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 Harris is being held without bond 0 Arrests Madeln MurderOf Good Samaritan (/) m z ::::! z AARON COOK PINELLAS COUNTY -Last Thursday morning, Pinellas Park Police and Emergen cy Medical Services were called to the Whetsone Apartments on 49th Street, North A resident Richard Levo, 58, apparentlY. saw two people breaking into a car in the parking lot and called 9-1-1. He reported he had been attacked by the suspects and was bleeding. Officers and paramedics later found Levo near his second floor apartment. He had suffered several cuts and stab wounds and was imme. diately transported to a local hospital. Levo was pronounced dead hours later from his injuries. Police said it appeared the were breaking into cars, and six had been identi fied as missing stereo units. Police said Levo confronted the suspects as they were breaking into his car and was attacked. He retreated to his apartment and called 9-1-1 as the suspects fled. Detectives were able to identify a pair of suspects in RICHARD LEVO ... good samaritan killed trying to stop car burglaries. the offense and dis-covered they had entered the apartment of an acquaintance after the attack on Levo at the same complex. Police said the pair later left the area and were in a hotel in New Port Richey On Friday night Aaron _Cook: 20, and Tiffany Mitchell, m r m c: r r m ::::! z 19, were arrested. Both were charged with first degree murder and burglary. Cook was also charged with being ;g. in possession of a concealed G) firearm. Both are being held n'l without bond. ..... ......

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a: w al f2 (.) 0 c en NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to v i olators of the City Code, notice is hereby g i ven that a Tampa Mun i cipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 3. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the C i ty of Tampa Code Information l isted below describes the case number property owner(s), violation address, code section violated and legal descript i on of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa F l orida Affected property owners will be g i ven the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274 7286 . Please no t e tha t if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respec t to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of t he proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE # 10-03274 ASGIL, JULIE 880 WILMSLOW RD. 1801 E. PARK CT., TAMPA, FL RIVERBEND MANOR C SECTION: 19-50 a: LOTS 1 2, AND A PORTION OF LL LOT 9 ALL IN BLOCK D SO C PORTION OF LOT 9 BEING Z MORE PARTICULARLY DESC <( AS: BEG AT SE COR OF SO LOT2THNN26DEG05MIN41 C SEC W ALG ELY BDRY OF ffi LOTS 1 & 2 120 FT TO NE ;:, COR OF LOT 1 SO COR 1-ALSO BEING ON SLY R/W fC UNE OF PARK CIA THN SELY W ALG SLY R1W 111.58 FT ALG iij ARC OF CURVE CONCAVE TO C S HAVING RAD 248 59 FT W C/A 25 DEG 43 MIN 06 SEC CHD BAG N 72 DEG 17 MIN ::J 34 SEC E 110.65 FT TO NE al COR LOT 9 THN S 19 DEG 54 MIN 57 SEC E 96.98 FT THN S z 59 DEG 36 MIN 38 SEC W i= 99.31 FT TO POB w 149373 0000 ...J ...J ;:) al CASE # 10-05372 BOONE, CHARLIE ...J 5124 N. 36TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : i= BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 Z PB 10 PG 12 W LOT 48 en a: 0 ...J LL. 152078 0000 CASE # 10-05456 SIMS, DON JEEN 3405 E. 24TH AVE., TAMPA ; FL SECTION : 19-56 ZEPHYR GROVE N 115FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 6 17 4678.0000 CASE # 10-06187 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. LOT 80, TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-233 19-234, &19-56 153440.0000 CASE # 10-06199 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE., LOT 71, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 153440.0000 CASE # 10-06250 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-231 NE 14 OF NE 14 OF NE 14 LESS 132 FT AND LESS BEG NE CASE # 1 0-08718 MACHO, CARLOS A. 2802 N. FLORIDA AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 27-77 TABLE 4-1, 27-241 27-246 WARREN AND KEYES LOTS 1, 2 AND 3 BLOCK 6 182654 1000 COR OF NE 14 S 383FT W 150 CASE# 10-09062 CASE # 10-06210 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE FT N 33 FT E 75 FT N 350 NASCO GENERAL FT AND E 75 FT TO POB CONTRACTORS INC. AND LESS ROAD RIW LESS C/O REG AGT THAT PORTION DESC AS : MICHAEL NASCO COM AT NE COR OF NE 14 SO 1208 W. LINEBAUGH AVE., TAMPA, FL C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. TAMPA, FL PT BEING ON C/L OF SECTIONS: 27-77 (TABLE 4-1) HILLSBOROUGH AVE (100 FT AND 2 7-272 SECTION : 19-231 R/W) THN W 75 FT S 50 FT TO TAMPA S NORTH SIDE S R/W OF SD HILLSBOROUGH COUNTRY CLUB AREA NE 14 OF NE 14 OF NE 14 AVE SO PT BEING POB THN UNIT NO. 1 SOUTHGATE LESS W 132 FT AND LESS BEG W ALG SLY R/W 210 FT THN s LOJ 13 LOTS 14 AND 15 LESS NE COR OF NE 14 S 383 FT 185 FT S 79 DEG 44 MIN 35 W 1 5 0 FT N 33 FT E 75 FT N S 1 0 FT AND E 13 FT OF N 11 0 SEC E 2 13.41 FT THN N 223 FT FT OF LOT 16 BLOCK 49 350 FT AND E 75 FT TO POB TO POB 97870.0000 AND LESS ROAD R/W LESS 153440.0000 THAT PORTION DESC AS: COM AT NE COR OF NE 14 CASE# 10-06429 SO PT BEING ON C / L OF SNEAD, RUSSELL HILLSBOROUGH AVE (100 FT 3616 E. CLIFTON ST.,% R/W) THN W 75 FT S 50 FT T O S TAMPA, FL R/W OF SO HILLSBOROUGH SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-233 AVE SO PT BEING POB THN W BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB ALG SLY R/W 210 FTTHN S 185 12 PG 94 FT S 79 DEG 44 MIN 35 SEC E LOT 693 213.41 FT THN N 223 FT TO 152516.0000 POB 153440 0000 CASE # 10-06242 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE., 35TAMPA, FL UNIT 35 SECTION : 19-231 153440 0000 CASE# 10-08518 MURPHY, PETER K AND CLARK, CHASE Y. 3002 E. CURTIS ST., AlB TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56 HAMNER S W E GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER SUB LOT BEG AT SW COR OF BLOCK 1 AND RUN E 42 5 FT N 1 02. 5 FT W 42. 5 FT S 1 02. 5 FT TO BEG 156948 0000 CASE# 10-09478 BARONE, MICHELLE 4312 N. 35TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-50 & 19-47 OAK TREE LOT 9 BLOCK 1 156634 0500 CASE# 10-09574 PARADOX ENTERPRISE LLC C/0 ERNEST GREEN Ill REG AGENT 3410 N. 48TH ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 1950 HIGHLAND PINES ADDITION LOT 48 BLOCK 1 15867 4 0000 CASE # 10 09584 THOMAS, ANT9NIO 2221 E. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56 NORTH BEAUTY HEIGHTS LOT26 156588.0000 CASE# 10-10147 D'AMICO NELSON, J., JR. 1511 E. SHADOWLAWN AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION CODES AMENDED : 19-49 19-50& 19-56 FIFTEENTH STREET SITE LOT 3 BLOCK 2 157225 0000 CASE# 10-10157 BORRAS, JUAN CARLOS 3004 E. PALIFOX ST: TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19-50 HAMNER'S W E GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER SUB LOT 15 BLOCK 2 156963.0000 CASE# 10-10166 DORSEY MIRIAM 3004 E. 38TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56 ENGLEWOOD EASTERN PORTION LOT 10 BLOCK 18 155897 0000 CASE# 10-11262 MCGROGAN BRIAN 923 E. 20TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTiONS : 19-46, 19-49 & 19-50 SWANNSYLVANIA LOT12 186878 0000 CASE# 10-11974 CASTRO, ANDRES 8216 N. 10TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 19-46 & 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 11 AND E 5 FT CLOS'ED ALLEY ABUTIING ON W BLOCK 31 146526 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26 FLORIDA STATUES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEJ;:DING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLJ;:RK' S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48} HOURS co .,... PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHiRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK

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' I I I NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING November 3, 2010 CONTINUED CASE # 1 12460 CASE# 10-12879 BURGESS, HOWARD 8203 14TH STREET TRUST 8103 N. KLONDYKE ST., DATED 11/28/07 TAMPA, FL % CRUNCH TIME LLC TTE SECTION: 19-50 8203 N.14TH ST TAMPA, FL SULPHUR SPRINGS SECTIONS: 19-50 ADDITION SULPHUR SPRINGS LOT 8 AND W 5 FT CLOSED ADDITION ALLEY ABUTTING ONE LOT 8 BLOCK 39 BLOCK 48 146633.0000 146761.0000 CASE# 10-12911 CASE# 10-12472 DEUTSCHE BANK ABRIL, ANDRES NATIONAL TRUST 8218 N. KLONDYKE ST., C/0 HOMEQ SERVICING TAMPA, FL 10924 N. 14TH ST., SECTION : 19-50 TAMPA, FL SULPHUR SPRINGS SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-50 ADDITION LANDOME HEIGHTS LOT 1 0 AND E 5 FT CLOSED SUBDIVISION ALLEY ABUTTING ON W LOT 33 BLOCK 2 TOG WITH BLOCK 36 THAT PART OF CLOSED 146591. 0000 ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 143437 0000 CASE# 10-12531 CHANDLER, JAMES JR. CASE# 10-12993 6210 S. KELLY RD., SNYDER CHRIS 0. TAMPA, FL 8314 N. MULBERRY ST.1 SECTION : 27-133 TAMPA, FL ESTATES SECTION : 19-50 LOT 17 BLOCK 1 SULPHUR SPRINGS 136066.0000 ADDITION LOT 12 AND E 5 FT OF CASE# 10-12533 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING BARBER, WENDY ONW 6214 S KELLY RD., BLOCK 28 TAMPA, FL 146496.0000 SECTION : 27133 BAYHILL ESTATES CASE# 10-13019 LOT .19 BLOCK 1 SHEPARD, WANDA R. I 8208 N. MULBERRY ST., 136068.0000 TAMPA, FL CASE # 10-12560 SECTIONS: 19-231, 19-232 CARLSON, DAVID & 19-49 8309 N. KLONDYKE ST., SULPHUR SPRINGS TAMPA, FL ADDITION SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 LOTS 14 THRU 16 BLOCK 39 SULPHUR SPRINGS 146640 0000 ADDITION LOT 5 AND W 5 FT CLOSED CASE# 10-13192 ALLEY ABUTriNG ONE PAUL, GUTEMBERG AND 6LOCK 26 PAUL, IPHAUNISE 1705 E. POINSETTIA AVE., 146465.0000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231, 19-232, CASE# 10-12586 19-233 CARROLL, CHRISTINA M. TAMPA OVERLOOK 8312 N. BROOKS ST., LOT 3 BLOCK 66 TAMPA,FL 144750.0000 SECTION : 19-50 CASE# 10-13;300 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION BARTELL, BLAINE SR, AND BARTELL, CHRISTA LOT 13 AND E 5 FT CLOSED 2001 E. ROBSON ST., ALLEY ABUTTING ON W TAMPA, FL BLOCK 26 SECTIONS : 19-50 & 19-56 146472.0000 SEMINOLE CREST ADDITION CASE# 10 12724 LOTS 9 BLOCK 8 JACKSON, KENNETH AND 149159.0000 JACKSON, SANDRA CASE# 10-13732 8007 N. BROOKS ST., BRIGGS, MARLIN TAMPA, FL --8408 N.17TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-50 & 19-232 SECTION: 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS OAK TERRACE REVISED ADDITION PLAT OF LOT 6 BLOCK 60 AND W Y2 LOTS 259 & 260 INCL & E Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ABUTTING THEREON THEREON 146933.0000 145672.0100 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 Neighborhood Quick Tax, located at 1 0620 North 26th Street, in the County of Hillsborough in the City of Tampa, Florida 33612, intends to register the said name with the Div i sion of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 11th day of October. 2010. Sole Owner( s) Vincent A Anglin Keyboard Player Needed For Dance And Blues Band No Experience Required Call (813) 486-9604 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA @ YAHOO.COM We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Nail Technician/Stylist Assistant We are looking for someone with salon experience who would enjoy working in a busy and creative environment maintaining the fantastic reputation, the salon already holds. We are looking for someone who has a bright personality, and is enthusiastic and reliable and well presented You Must: Have salon experience, Have great telephone etiquettes, Customer Service skills are a must. 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