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66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area . c:c c a: 0 ...I L&. ' VOL. G6 NO. 17 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2010. 24 PAGES 75 'Go Vote' Rally Planned For Saturday SEE PAGE 3 Program Reaches Out To Young Girls SEE PAGE 9 USFAiumni Honon Former Memben Activist SEE PAGE 11 SEE PAGE 3 BOUQUET OF ROSES FOR THE PRESIDENT/CEO The Corporation To Develop Communities of Tampa held its annual luncheon on October 13 at the downtown Hyatt Hotel. PresidenVCEO Toni Watts announced during the luncheon that she is stepping down as leader of the non-profit organization. Members of the Board recognized her years of dedication and work and presented her with a bouquet of red roses. Al bert Lee and Heddie Sumpter presented the roses. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON)

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over 10,000 Hear Minister louis Farrakhan m g Speak At Tampa Convention Center c CJ) By JAMES JOHNSON Commemorating the 15th 1-anniversary of the Million Man c a: LL c z <( .c CJ) w ::::) 1-> a: w > w C w :::1: CJ) :::::i m ::::) D. z t= w ..1 ..1 ::::) m ..1 w z t= z w CJ) ( a: 0 ..1 LL March, Nation of Islam leader, Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke to an audience of more than 10,000 on Sunday at the Tampa Convention Center. The historic Million Man March was held on October 16, 1995 in Washington D.C where over 2 million men partici pated. Minister Farrakhan's theme celebrating atonement was, "Atonement, ReconciliaMinister Louis Farrakhan addresses the huge crowd with his son, Mustafa, in the middle at his right. tion, and Responsibility," urgRecalling the 1995 message ing black men to return to to Black men all over Allier their wives, families and comica... 'to show that they are munities and take responsibilstrong enough to take respon ity for their development. sibility of their families and "Are we in a mess?" Farcommunities.' "I asked a mil rakhan asked the audience lion men to meet me in Wash several times as they reington D.C. and God sent 2 sponded "Yes!" Min. Far-million." Min. Farrakhan rakhan preached about the said that he asked Michael economic, educational, and so-Jackson to sing 'Man In The cial disadvantages Mrican Mirror,' but he was unable to American's face each day in do so, but gave $10o,ooo.oo America, "We've got to clean to the cause. "The government up our own mess, no one else shut down, and even then is going to do it for us!" President, Bill Clinton left town," he continued. "Not one crime was committed during that time "Blacks and whites gathered together there in peace.'' Min. Farrakhan looked fit as he spoke for more than 3 hours calling on Black people to step up their efforts to bring about atonement and reconcil iation. He said, "we must be determined and undefeatable in our spirit and desire to make sure we all stay on course for the future of Black people". Cou11ty Commissioner District 5, Countyvvide ... Ken has made many key decisions to. help our community." Florida Sentinel Bulletin io;Js/2oJo A leader committed to: ./ Bringing more jobs to our community ./ Strengthening our Head Start programs ./ Improving our neighborhoods ./ Protecting our children Minister Farrakhan speaks while stage guests (L-R): Renee Brown, Student Minister James, Student Minister Louis Muhammad of Mosque 95 in St. Petersburg, and Student Study Group Coordinator Ali Muhammad listen. Minister Farrakhan talked about how Black men needed to stop preying on Black women who have jobs, saying "you need to get your own.'' He went on to say how Black women are in need of the Black man, "how can you be the true Black woman that God created you to be without a man.'' Minister Farrakhan laid out the statistics facing Tampa -the high school dropout rate unemployment and AIDS. "These stats are not only for Tampa, but are also for the nation." Min. Farrakhan stated that statistics indicate that Black women are leading the nation with HIV and AIDS. "Our black women are being infected by our black men who have been incarcer ated.'' The event ended with the prayer of Islam and shouts of "Allah Akbar," "God is great!" Photography by BRUNSON. 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 ... -IRIIProttJssional StJrvicit 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 o_n how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy -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

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eature Man Faces Armed Burglarv, 151 Degree Murder Charges ADONIUS BAILEY Charged with murder, armed burglary An armed intruder broke into a Riverview residence Wednes day evening and shot a man sev eral times. Police located and arrested the suspect the follow ingday. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, deputies responded to 12230 Dawn Vista Drive, at 8 p.m., Wednesday in reference to a burglary in progress. Upon ar rival, they discovered the body of 40-year-old David Briell. According to police, investi gators learned that at some point on Wednesday, Adonius Bailey had taken the woman to Briell's residence and waited outside for her. When the woinan did not returned after an undetermined amount of time; Bailey, 32, al legedly entered the residence armed with a firearm. He en tered a bedroom where Briell was with the woman and shot Briell several times. Bailey is alleged to have then kicked open a locked bed room door of the roommate, or dered the man to stay down and, and threatened to kill him, po lice said. Bailey then left the scene. Police are not sure if the woman left with him. Police arrested Bailey at his residence at about 5 p.m., on Thursday, and charged him with first-degree murder, armed bur glary with great bodily harm. Bailey is being detained with out bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. Bailey has an extensive criminal record that dates back to 1997. Bailey was sentenced to 5 years in the Florida State Prison after a 2001 arrest for providing a 13-year-old for sex to an attorney, police said; After his release, he was ar rested twice in 2006, and 2008, for failure to register and failure to report as a sexual re spectively, police said. 'Go Vote' Rallv Planned For Saturdav ALEX SINK KATHY CASTOR ARTHENIA BETIY REED DIANNE HART CFO And U.S. JOYNER State President, Hills-Gubernatorial Congresswoman State Senator Representative borough Colinty Democratic Black Caucits Candidate BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 23rd, members of the Hillsborough County Black Caucus will spon sor the "Go Rally at the Belmont Heights Little League, N. 22nd Street and E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. It begins at 12 noon. The theme for the event is "Let's Do It Again In 2010." Among those slated to attend the event include Alex Sink, current Chief Financial Officer for the State of Florida, and gubernatorial candidate; iJ. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor; State Senator Arthenia Joyner; State Rep. Betty Reed; State Rep. Janet Cruz; and Senator Dan Gelber; among other candidate and officials. The walk from Belmont Heights Little League Complex to the C. Blythe Andrews Li brary (formerly College Hill Library) will take place at 1:30 p. m. Those in the park will walk to the library and cast their bal lots. The library is located at the intersection of 261h Street and E. Dr. M. L. King; Jr., Blvd. Voting at the Library takes place between 10 a.m., and 6 p.m. A committee that consists of several organizations, inclml ing the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus, and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter, Moving Forward, and U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor, CFO Alex Sink, along with several individuals of Hillsborough County, will host the event. Ms. Dianne Hart, President of the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Cau cus said, "It is critical that we vote and vote early. We need to vote people in place who will work for us locally and support President Barack Obama's overall agenda. Ms. Janice London, Pres ident of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. said, "The Coalition of 100 Black Women is riot a political organ ization, but we know the im. portance of voting. On October 23rd, the Bel mont Heights Little League will be conducting registration for their upcoming 2010-2011 baseball season. ''.I'm working with President Obama to get us back on track. He can't do it alone ... so I will be there to be your voice.'' fC4-t:Jur vo C 0 N R E S S Early Voting Begins October 18 www.castorforcongress.com Paid for and approved by Castor "'TI r-0 :IJ g en m z m r-r r-!!I z ...,. c: m r-u; ::1: m c m < m :IJ < -1 c: m ;c: )> z c "11 :!! c

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0 Editorials/Columns a; ,... e a: LL. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 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. 1930.2010 (19'77) 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 WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO Subscrlptlons-$44.110-6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Are You Awake, Reasons To Vote T he Florida Sentinel Edi torial Board has en dorsed the one-cent light rail tax. The decision to do so did not come easy. Every sin gle member of the Editorial Board believed that the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County badly needs a light rail system. In fact, we need an im proved transit system. Tampa is one of two major cities in the United States that does not have a light rail sys tem. Detroit is the other city and they have voted to build one. The Editorial Board asked some tough questions of the light rail brain trust. Among the many questions asked by the Board was how would the Mrican American community benefit from the one-cent light rail tax? e I f you're currently unemployed, then you need to run, Z walk, skate or crawl to the polls to vote on or before No-a:' profit organizations and small businesses. -W Might that be reason enough to vote? If not then consider > this. If you own or work for a small business, you should be w first in line to vote because a majority of Republicans cure rimtly in office have delayed a bill designed to create bank W loans and jobs for small businesses. And they've done it by ::Z:: using months-long filibusters. !3 If you have no health care coverage, you should be among m the early voters because the Republican pledge to America ::: includes a promise to repeal the Obama sponsored healthA. care law along with ending domestic stimulus programs and Z reducing government regulation. What the pledge actually ffi means is a return of America to the same state we were in _, during the George Bush administration -cutting rules S Wall b!-1 businesses, as well as banking million-m aJreS and billioiUUI'eS. _, !lllow, if you stillthink you have no reason to vote, then we As I thought about the projected low turnout of Black voters in this year's up coming general election on November 2nd, the words of the second stanza of James Weldon Johnson's song, w fear for you, and we fear for America. z i= z w tn a: g LL. ------------------------1 Congressional District 56 Justice of Su.Qreme Court 1 u s s te David Chalela Justice Charles T. Canady Yes \ I ena Justice Jorge Yes I I Kendrick Meek District 57 Justice James E. C. Perry Yes 1 U. S. Representative Stacy Frank Justice Ricky Polston Yes District 9 District 58 District Court of I Anita De Palma Janet cruz Judge Marva Crensnaw Yes 1 District 11 District 60 Judge Patricia Kelly Yes I Kathy Castor Run Patterson Judge Nelly N. Khouzam Yes 1 I D,st.: .... 12 Judge Robert Morris '!,_eses I IM District 61 Judge Steven Northcutt ,, I Lori Edwards Elena Judge Craig Villanti Yes I state McCullough Judge Douglas Wallace Yes I Governor District 67 Amendments I I Sink z. J. Hafeez No. 1 NO 1 Attorney General No.2 YES o .. E I Dan Gelber N .o: 4 NO I COiJiliYCommission No. 5 YES I Chief Financial 1 No 6 YES 1 Officer (CFO) John Dlngfelder :=N;:o:;:. ::::8 :::::====N::::O=... _______ __,I I Loranne Ausley County Commission Referendums I Commissioner of District 2 Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum NO I Agriculture Victor Crist Countywide Transportation System Construction I I Scott Maddox County Commission Maintenance Operations through the Levy of a FOR I I State Senator District 3 1% Sales. Surtax District 12 Las Miller Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers 1 Jim Norman Provision of an Elected County Mayor YES I County Commission I I State Representative District 5 Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions \District 16 Ken Hagan and Expansion of Existing YES 1 I Nina Hayden School Board A Proposal to Amend the Reapportlo.nment I I District 47 ..---District 4 Provision to Require an Additional Public I Michael Steinberg Richard Bartels Meeting YES I District 6 A Proposal to Amend the Hillsborough County I 1 April Griffin To the lntem .al YES I HART, the agency that will op erate the light rail, to double the current number of busses, increase bus frequency routes,, expand bus routes and hours of service, and build more bus shelters along bus routes. Those are elements of bus services that cost money but are sorely needed. These items are in writing. There was the promise of a large number of jobs being created, HART would come up with a job program that would create jobs and protect mi norities and women in the job market. They talked about the economic boom that would occur as a result of building the light rail system. Again, the Board wanted to know how this would affect the Mrican American community. Of all of the Editorial Board members, Florida Sentinel Publisher Kay Andrews, Lift Every Voice and Sing, kept ringing in my mind. Johnson wrote, "Stony the road we trod. Bitter the chast'ning rod, Felt in the days when hope unborn had died. Yet, with a steady beat, Have not our weary feet, Come to the place for which our fathers sighed. I'm told that there are many Blacks who still aren't con vinced that we shpuld vote in. the upcoming general election Therefore, I hope to inform many and remind others of the "stony roads" and "chast'ning rods" borne by thousands of Blacks who were wounded and while fighting for the rights of Black Americans to vote. As if such measures faced by Blacks as poll taxes, literacy tests, grandfather clauses, get ting evicted from rental prop erty, beatings, burnings of homes and businesses were not enough, Blacks and whites who organized or helped Blacks to register and vote were killed. In fact, the Ku Klux Klan and other racist organizations beat and brutally thou sands of Blacks in the late 1800S and early 1900s because of attempts to vote. Prior to the 1876 Presidential election, at least i50 BlackS were killed in LOuisiana over voting issues. Sadly, many reasked the toughest questions and had the most reservations. The Board knew that both the light rail system and the im proved bus service were needed, but the Board wanted assurance that the process would be done right and that the Black. community would enjoy all of the benefits being created by the entire system. To this date, rail officials aren't sure of the exact route the bus will take or where the approximately 28 rail systems will be located. A lot of this de pends upon future negotia tions with CSX Railroad and property owners. In the end, the Florida Sen tinel Editorial Board reasoned that the light rail system was needed and the improved bus service was a must. In addition to the sales tax, the light rail project would also get some federal funding. If we don't go this time, it's not known when federal funds would be avail. able again. You better believe the Florida Sentinel Editorial Board will keep an eye on this project and raise holy hell if it is not done right and African Americans don't benefit .. turning Black World War II veterans were "imprisoned for demanding the right to vote and others were viciously mur !fered, ofteri by police and For many of you, names like Rev. George W. Lee, Herbert Lee, Lamar Smith, James E. Chaney, Andftw Goodman, Michael Schwerner, Jimmie Lee J'ack-. 8on, Jobnathan Daniel and Vernon F. Dahmer may not sound familiar. However, they are all among the hundreds of heroes of the Voting Rights movement. In .1955, Rev. George Lee, Herbert Lee (no relation) and Lamar Smith were mur dered in rural Mississippi for helping Blacks to register and vote. During the summer of 1964, three students, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner were m1,1rdered for otganiziiig Blacks to vote in Mississippi. . Alabama voters will always remember Jimmie Lee Jackson, JohDathan M. Daniel and Vernon Dahmer. They each died because of their efforts to assist Blacks in voting : Dahmer, who of fered to pay poU taxes for those who couldn't afford the fees re quired to vQte,, died as a result of burns when .'his home wa.s firebombed. Nevertheless; today, as we stand free and able to vote "where the White gleam of our bright star (President is cast," Black voters -must horior the "blood of our s)aughte:red" ; byv()ting on November 2 nd. , Let us iift: our vofces at the b allot-bbx for of America to ... .,... hear. Harambee! .. .

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Today's Birthday--Let this be the year when you accept ro mance into your life. This does not have to involve heavy spending. Romance thrives when you take the time to include your partner in your adventures and follow lucky impulses. Travel may figure in your plans. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Don't jump to conclusions. What first looks like a massive change resolves into workable alterna tives. A nearby clown lightens the atmosphere. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Someone you know falls in love head over heels. This has been a long time coming. Keep an appro priate distance as you congratulate them both. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Your best bet today is to act as though everything's proceeding exactly as planned. Roll with any punches and reserve comments for later (or never). Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Create your own agenda early in the day and pursue it diligently. Others fret about details. Stay out of that discussion, if possible. Aquarius (Jan. 2o-Feb.18)-Business matters cause circu lar thinking when you don't immediately perceive a solution. Take a break for a phone call and come back to it. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Most of your efforts flow smoothly today to produce desired outcomes early. Try to contact an absent team member to get their approval. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-New ideas stimulate imagina tion and produce intelligent activity. Your partner naturally fits into a social group and acts as host. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Others seem happy enough to handle their own quests at work. Accept guidance from an elder whose logic is impeccable. Celebrate with someone tonight. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-This is no time to try to achieve total organization. In fact, if you allow things to come apart, you see where more work is needed. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Problems at work occupy you and distract from dealing with family matters. Express your doubts out loud, so others understand. Then you can focus. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Establish a reservoir of ideas for fu ture use. Not every day is filled with great inspirations like today. Don't bother to seek agreement. Just write it all down. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Apply your imagination and give your self-esteem a boost at the same time. Let others fret about how the details come together. Make a payment. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN Annie drowns her sorrows at the bar; unbeknownst to Greenlee and Ryan, Liza witnessed their kiss; Erica takes the stand, and may defend Greenlee. Natalie and Brot ponder marriage; JR comes to Annie's rescue; Colby is shocked after read ing about what Scott has done. Asher gives JR a piece of information that could bring down Caleb; Liza goes to the hospital; Erica sug gests postponing her wedding to Jackson. BOLD AND THE BEAUITFUL-Stephanie checks herself into the hospital and demands immediate attention to treat her disease; Eric, Ridge, and Thorne are surprised to learn who was behind an anonymous message they received; Taylor and Pam tell the family about Stephanie's cancer. Stephanie awakens to her family at her bedside; Brooke introduces Dayzee to the Forresters; Stephanie in forms her family that she wants to help the homeless; Amber at tempts to seduce Nick; Whip and Aggie help Oliver strategize about how to win Hope back. Aggie stakes her claim on Nick and warns Amber to stay away; Ridge shows his appreciation to Brooke for supporting Stephanie during her cancer; Thomas approaches Ridge and Brooke about creating a men's line; Amber goes out of her way to meet Oliver. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Rafe assures Sami that her secret is safe with him; Carly tells Nathari to stay away from Melanie; Hope interrupts a conversation between Warden Jane and trustee Lee; Bo and Ciara visit Hope, who helps Ciara feel better about the bully at school. Brady tells Nicole that Victor knows about their secret; Stefano notes that Chad reminds him of EJ; Arianna accuses Sami of shooting EJ; Nicole asks Brady if marriage and children are in their future. Rafe tries to talk Arianna down; Sami tells Arianna what happened the night she shot EJ; Rafe warns Will to keep quiet; Bo arrests EJ for breaking Sami's court order; Brady is visited by his mother, Isabella. GENERAL HOSPITAL Luke asks early for a favor; Brenda tries to convince Dante of Sonny's innocence in the car-bomb case; Lisa continues to push Robin's buttons. Brenda calls Robin and begs her to help keep Sonny away; Sam refuses to have sex with Jason; Lucky faces a special order from the Balkan's men regarding Siob han. Robin freaks when she thinks Lisa is messing with her patients; Carly reveals that she told Claire that Brenda dumped Sonny; Ethan concocts a plan to get his father back into Tracy's good graces. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Eli injects a mysterious substance into Greg's IV; Tea and Danielle reunite; Starr attempts to free herself and Hope from the attic. James starts to suspect Hannah of being involved in Starr's disappearance; Rex continues to investigate Echo; Roxy and Echo bond. Langston is surprised to find Ford with Hannah; Ford presses Hannah for information; Starr dreams about Cole and James. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Abby catches Tucker with Diane; Nick gets an eyeful when he finds Sharon with Adam. Victo ria and J.T. reconnect; Nina has a passion for Ronan. Phyllis sets out to destroy Diane; Sharon struggles against Adam's manipula tions. Young _graduates of Jones Kindergarten (L-R): James Johnson, Felencia Lee, Satura Long, Sementha Marie Riley, Louis Cofield, Lizzette Mitchelle and Monica Jones. Eta Chapter of Gamna Phi Delta Sorority held thier Founders Day and Introductory Tea at the residence of Mrs. Jessie Williams, 1417 N. Albany, on a Sunday afternoon. The affair was an eventful occassion with many guests in attendance. Pictured here, seated center from left is: Mrs. Curtiss Wilson and Mrs. Carrie L. Mack. From left, second row is: Mrs. Ruby Vanderhorst, Mrs. Jane Teart, Basileus, Mrs. Ethel J. Odom, Mrs. Deloris Flowers, Mrs. Jettie Brown and Mrs. Hattie Davis. Standing, rear from left is: Mrs. Louise Everett and Mrs. Jessie Williams. Seffner Arts and Crafts Summer Program closes. Some of the students who enjoyed the activities were: Josephine Dempsey, Edward Pittman and Marie Lewis "" r 0 l:J (/) m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m -4 z "tt c: to r en ::r::: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c "" c C) m en

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or-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Greetings a) ..... a: w m 0 1-(.) 0 ><( c en w 1-c a: LL c z <( c en w 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :::i m a. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL -AUNESTIJ. BROWNREDDICK AUNESTIJ. BROWN-REDDICK, MOM And DAD Happy first birthday, Aunesti. Love, your mother. Earlv Voting For General Electio.n Begins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, said the Early Voting for the General Election began on Monday, October 18th. Early Voting will continue until Saturday, October 30th. There will be no Early Voting on Sunday, October 24th. Ballots can be cast at public libraries throughout Hillsborough County. The hours that ballots can be cast are between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m., at Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloom ingdale Avenue, Valrico; C. Blythe Andrews (formerly College Hill) Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd ; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 South Manhattan; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Avenue; and New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Other libraries are Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Dr., Riverview; SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin; Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Parkway, Temple Terrace; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library, 7606 Paula Dr. Ste. 120; West Tampa Branch Library, 2312 W. Union Street; and Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Countryway Blvd. r ----*** SPECIAL *** ----.... : Routine Simple Extractions -$99 + Xray t I Same Day Service. Expires 12/30/ I 0 Surgical Extractions-$199 +Xray Same Day Service. Expires 12/30/10 ------_____________ _. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Celebrations Birthdav Celebration Takes Honoree To 6 Countries Sandra Harper Davis and her husband, Julius spent 15 days in 6 countries to celebrate her birthday earlier in the sum mer. They visited London, Bel gium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France. The couple met with their tour group and traveled to Bruges and Brussels Belgium where they saw the Atomium and Royal Palaces. They rode through Cologne, Germany to Boppard for a cruise on the Rhine and viewed Heidelberg Castle. In Lucerne, Switzerland, they saw the Lion Monument and walked across the Lucerne Bridge. They traveled to Venice, Italy to St. Marks Square. They cruised on the Gondola Then it was on to Rome, where they visited St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. They saw the Sistine Chapel, the Cat acombs and the Mighty Roman Colosseum. The next stop was Pisa, Italy, where they saw the Leaning Tower. They traveled to the Julius and Sandra H. Davis at the Roman Colosseum in Rome, Italy. Principality of Monaco, in France, where they saw the Monte Carlo Casinos. From there it was on to Nice and the French Rivera. They took a scenic drive through Provence to Lyon where they took a train to Paris and cruised to the Eiffel Tower. On their final night in Paris at,the Moulin Rouge Cabaret, they saw the Can-Can girls. Pam Blocker Celebrates 50th Birthdav Pam Blocker celebrated her 50th birthday at the Hyatt Place with more than 85 guests of family and friends (Photos by Julia Jackson) Randy Blocker, youngest son Birthday honoree, Pam Blocker, seated, with aunts, Veronica of honoree. De Ramus, Gloria Drungo and mother, Vivian Simmons Head Start Awareness Month The Dream Lives on-45 Years of Head Start Join the Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start Program in Celebrating October as Head Start Awareness Month. Head Start 45th Anniversary Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 11 a.m. Joe Chillum Courthouse Square 600 E. Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa .,. Visit special exhibits while enjoying musical presentations by Head Start participants. At noon, dignitaries, elected officials, volunteers and former Head Start children will share their experiences. Head Family Reunion Saturday, Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. Rowlett Park, 2548 River Hills Dr. Shelter #218 in Tampa Current and former Head Start families and volunteers are invited to this FREE event with bounce houses; food, face painting, health screenings, education sessions and parenting and healthy families workshops. For 45 years, Hillsborough County Head Start has helped prepare more than 70,000 income-eligible children for kindergarten. As one of the largest grantees for Head Start in the southeastern United States, the program serves more than 3,500 children and families in Hillsborough County every year. For more information, contact Laura Rice (813) 272-5140 ext. 3106. HILLSBOROUGH COUN1Y 801WJ oj fJ-"1 ..

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National Eddie Long's Member Files Sexual Harassment lawsuit BISHOP EDDIE LONG It looks as if Bishop Eddie Long and New Birth Mission ary Baptist Church can't catch a break now that another member has filed a lawsuit against the church, claiming sexual harassment. According to published re ports, Tama Colson claims that during her employment at the church she was repeatedly harassed by her male supervisor despite the fact that she was married. According to the lawsuit filed at the U.S. District Court in Atlanta, the male supervisor sexually harassed her by show ing nude pictures on a cell phone, demoted and later discharged her from the Litho nia church after she com plained The lawsuit claims the church was aware of previous incidents between the supervisor and female employees and congregants but never took corrective action. Sesame Street Pavs Homage To Black Hair Sesame Street is helping re inforce what Black parents have been teaching their kids for years. Sesame Street created a song/skit helping Black girls love and repsect their hair called I Love My Hair. Wear a dippy or in a bow, or let it sit in an afro, my hair looks good in a cornrow, it does so many things you know, that's why I let it grow. Till Freedom Serving Paid for by Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate. Las Vegas Pastor Arrested For Sexuallv Abusing TeenBovs A Pastor in Las Vegas, N e vada has been arrested and is facing 11 sexual abuse charges for the reported BILLY E. molestation of MCCURDY two teen boys. Billy Eckstine McCurdy, 57, was indicted on six counts of sexual assault and five counts of open or gross lewdness after his victims told prosecutors that he coerced them into sexual relation ships at his home. The two unidentified children say the Pastor coerced them into having inappropriate relations using bible verses. McCurdy reportedly spent a number of years alone with child ren during youth trips to Arizona and California and had several sleepovers with young men at his home. Prosecutors say the Pasto r of R e vival Temple Church of God in Christ also allowed teens to live with him for long periods of time In 2005, similar allegations were brought up against him when a young boy said the Pastor tried to fondle him during a sleep over. McCurdy was not prosecuted due to conflicting evidence." The Pastor is currently free on $3,000 bond. ,, ,, ,, ,,, -i c: m en Professor Files lawsuit Against Philadelphia Police g -i 0 m m ::0 Famed Professor Dr. Marc Lamont Hill is making head lines after filing a $1 million lawsuit against the Philadel phia police department for ha rassment. Hill, who teaches at Columbia University and is a FOX News commentator, says he was harassed by Officer Richard DeCoatsworth. In the lawsuit, Hill, 31, says he was dropping off a friend around 12:30 a.m. on June 12 when the officer and his partner pulled up behind him and motioned him to move. Hill says he told officers he was dropping off a friend and they drove off without incident. The lawsuit claims however that after Hill pulled away from the scene, officer's pulled him over and ordered him to step out of the vehicle. The professor says Officer DeCoatsworth dragged him out of the car by the left arm and searched the vehicle with-Don't Forget To DR. MARK LAMONT HILL out a warrant. He also says the officer and his partner asked him whether he could afford his vehicle and went through his checkbook. The lawsuit adds that DeCoatsworth slammed Hill against his vehicle, pushed his fist into Hill's back and threatened to take him to jail before letting him go without citation or arrest. DeCoatsworth is consid ered a local hero after being shot in the face by a suspect in 2007. VOTE "T1 r-0 ::0 c )> en m z ::! z m November 2nd INDEPENDENT t o r U.S. SENATE c: r rm ::! z "'tJ c: m c en ::I: m c m < m ::0 -< -i c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::0 c reliable honest public servant connected to our community Thill'S t:lllltliB t:tiSII

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' P-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. Supports Haiti Relief EHorts U The Zeta Chi Chapter of C: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated is hosting a "Dining With The w pas" Fundraiser at Five Guys Burgers and Fries, 2708 East Fowler Ave. the event will take place through out the day on Wednesday, October 2th. Action Relief Effort) initia tive that was created to help people in need in response to natural disasters. This is the second nationwide "Dining With The Kappas" day hosted this year. The event is planned to raise money for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti in January. This event is part of an all day, na tionwide "Dining With The Kappas" Fundraiser that Undergraduate chapters of Kappa Alpha Psi across the United States Will be hosting on the same day. To raise money and awareness, chapters are part nering with any restaurant of their choice, making a per centage of the total profits "Everyone from the local community is welcome and encouraged to eat at Five Guys Burgers and Fries be tween the hours of 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., to help do their David Campbell, Strategus of the Zeta Chi Chapter said: "If we unite together as a community we can do many great things for the victims of these natural disasters! This is only the beginning of what Kappa Alpha Psi will be doing." gained from the people they C bring to the restaurant, and 0: donating 100% of that money to Haiti relief. z This event is one of many < efforts from the fraternity's "iKare" (International Kappa The proceeds from any one who mentions the name of the organization or who puts their receipt in the do nation box next to the cash register can contribute at any time during the day. This is one of the chapter's many efforts to have a com munity impact locally and globally. c .en w :::::: .... > a: W > w c w ::z:: en :::i m :::::: a.. z ...J ...J :::::: m ...J w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL. BE OUR GUEST!!! Progress VIllage Seventh-Day Adventist Church 7909 Rower Ave. Cor'dialllv Invites You to Their ,, St. Mark M. B. Church 0 Pt. Tampa 7221 s. Sherrill St. ced.ttie4 Reverend Darryl M. Matthews Senior Pastor/Teacher 111YIIn In Service of the 1892-2010 Theme: "TRANSFORMING UVES FOR (Acta 2:42-47) . Fall ReviVal: Wedll88day, Oct 20th -Friday, Oct. 22nd EVangellat: Pas1Dr J8888 BOttom Beulah Baptist Church Poughk8epeie, NY W.lcome to: Sunday School 9:30 am Morning Worshlp:1 0:55 am co Prayer Service & Bible Studies: w Wednesday 6:30-p. m. CJ f Come and Rejoice with USI Giving Praise To The LORDI Hubbard Familv Ministries Celebrates 10th Year Hubbard Family Ministries celebrated its 10111 year with a Women's Conference earlier this month. The conference was held at Keeney United Methodist Church, Rev. Ronald Hubbard, Pastor. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Valerie Goddard participated in the conference. MarQuisha Johnson, Minister of Music. Don't Forget To VOTE November 2nd Reverend Ronald and Evangelist Josephine Hubbard, who founded the ministry. Women who attended the conference included Verna Jordan, Mary Avery, Sandra Barr and Vivian Franklin. 10:30 .A.M:-Sunday October 24, 2010 603 Ellinor Street Plant City, FL 33563 Be .. ___ ..

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Local" -.. -. . -... -... --. ... -. -.. --. . ---r--. -. -. .. . -. ..... 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------rn c leadershiP Program Reaches Out To Young Girls 0 () -t 0 aJ m :::c JANICE LONDON President, National Coalition of too Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 23rd, members of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., will host a Meet and Greet. The event will take place at Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 1924 E. Comanche Avenue, at 10:30 a m The purpose of the Meet and Greet is to introduce young girls in grades 6 through 12 to the or ganization's Career Exploration Program. The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., established the program to develop leadership abilities. Those enrolled in the program BELThi"I'HIA BERRY Press Secretary, National Coalition of tOQ Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter will learn about financial liter acy, self esteem, educational goals, career opportunities, per sonal development, and how to cope with challenging social is sues. Ms. Belinthia Berry, Press Secretary for the organization said, "Anyone who is interested in helping young ladies to de velop these skills can come and participate Each year, we have open enrollment to replace the young ladies who graduated from high school." She said they hope to enroll between 25 and 30 young girls as program participants. Ms. Janice London, President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter said the organiza-Miracles Outreach Sponsors Dream Girl Contest MICHELLE WALKER BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Miracles Outreach, in partnership with the Straz Center, is sponsoring a contest to select a Tampa Bay Dream Girl. The contests is for girls 8 to 14 years old, and ladies 15 and older. Anyone can nominate a dream girl, and that includes parents, teachers, sons and daughters. "This contest is for someone in your home or community that has worked hard to pursue their dreams, or helped others to achieve their dreams," said Miracles Outreach founder, Michelle Walker. Winners from each category will receive a chance to perform at the Dream Girls event on No vember 17th at the Straz Center. The winners will also receive a Dream Girl spa package at a local salon and more. All applications must be re ceived by 5 p.m. November 1st, no exceptions For additional in formation, call (813) 374-2184. All contestants must submit a completed questionnaire and a small photo of themselves. Also, all applications will be reviewed by an independent panel of judges and the top finalists will be announced and pictured on the Miracles Outreach website Log on to www.Miracles Outreach.org for an entry form. For additional information about the Meet and Greet, tion is seriously concerned about the future of young African American teenagers in this county. "In particular, we are concerned about the impact that drug abuse, premarital sex, and teen violence has on this group of young ladies." VISit the website at .... www.nc10owtampbay.org. tO WE PRAYED WE MARCHED WE DIED TO PROTECT YOUR VOTE. DR. BENJAMIN F. OiAVIS, JR. FORMER NAllONAl EXCV11VE DIRECTOR AND CEO OF THE NAACP AND A SO YEAR veTERAN Of THE CIVIl RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE UNITD STATES TODAY EMPHASIZED, "'I AM CATEGORICAllY OPPOSED TO CONsmuTIONAL AMENDMENTS SAND 6 ON THE BALLOT IN THE UPCOMING ELECTIONS IN THE STATE Of FLORIDA 8CAUSE THESE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS FUNDAMENTALLY VIOLATE THE VOTING RIGHTS OF ALL FLORIDIANS. ESPEOAL.L V MINORITY VOTERS." '"THE SO-cALLED fAIR DISTRICTS AMENDMfNTS ARE UNFAIR 10 FLORIDA'S MINORITY VOTERS. WE MARCHED, BLED. AND WENT TO JAIL TO GET THE YOnNG RIGHTS ACT. WE NE 10 MOVE fORWARD IN FLORIDA AND NOT BACKWARD TO DISMANTLE THE PROGRESS THAT WE HAVE MADE TO ENSURE THE EQUAL VOnNG RIGHTS FOR ALL. DR. BENJAMIN F. CHAVIS, JR. FORMER NAnONAL EXCURVE DIRECTOR AND CEO OF TH NMCP I'AIO FO!t AND III'ONIIORJ:II aYPROTI!C1' YOt1R VOU:, INC. ltiiOtJTH 8LVO., TAMPA, FL .).MN. 1\) 0 .... 0 m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., ::2 c

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Candidates Forum A Candidates Forum was heldto allow the community to learn more about those who are seeking political office. State and local candidates were invited to participate. The forum was held at the Embassy Suites at USF. (Photography by BRUNSON) Yvette Lewis, Tarance D. LeNoir and Sharon Carter were at the forum. Candidate Joe Redner, left, with Quinton Robinson. Thad Hamilton at the forum. p Accepted Fish* Crabs Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs NOW COOKING THURSDAY-UT,.,Dnav 3608 N. 15th (Corner Of lake) 813.24 7 2010 leadershiP luncheon The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Tampa Bay Chapter, held its First Annual Leadership Luncheon. The September 28th event was held at the Blaise Alfano Conference Center. The theme was "Moving From Surviving To Thriving." Candace Cusseaux was the Mistress of Ceremony The guest speaker was Congresswowan Kathy Castor. Others on the program were Ida Campbell (Chairperson), Luvator Nelson, Jaqueline Wilds, Pavonne Scott, Renee CQcroft, Anika Coney, Janette Spencer-Davis, Freddie Hudson, Doris Scott, Betty BriggsJohnson, Lonnie Carson and Janice London (President). This year's event honored 6 Unsung Heroines: Clementine Duhart, Dr. Ann Favorite, Carla Jackson, .Joyce Russell, Linda Smart and Linda (Photos by Julia Jackson) Congresswoman Castor \\ith members of the Coalition. Members are: Antonia Barber, Sandra Bell, Belinthia Berry, Berdina Bond, Hattie Bowers, Rhuetelia Bradford, Betty Briggs-Johnson, Ida Campbell, Lorinie Carson, Ora Chester, 'Karla Clayton, Clara Cobb, Renee Cocroft, Jean Collins, Anika Coney, Margaret Fisher, Lejoan Franklin, Geraldine Freeman, Ruby French, Freddie Hudson, Angela Judge, Jennifer Karriem, Vivian Kitchen, Janice London, Demetria Merritt-Bell, Luvator Nelson, Janette Spencer-Davis, Doris Scott, Fannie Stone, Sharon West, Jacqueline Wilds and BuffyWilliams. . _, The 2010 Unsung. Heroines: Linda Smart, Community Outreach; Carla Jackson, Neighborhood Liaison; Dr. Ann Favorite, Community Activist, First Lady of Beulah Baptist lnst. Church and Linda Walker, Program Manager, House of Hope. Not shown, Clementine Duhart and Joyce Russell.

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c Man Dies After Being CrushedBV Dumpster USF Alumni Honors Former Member, Communitv Activist 0 0 A ss-year-old man died early Friday morning after being crushed by a dumpster he was looking in. According to police, John Gatling, so, arrived at 13722 N. 23rd Street, to empty the dumpster. Gatling is a driver with Waste Services of Florida, Inc. Police said that as Gatling lifted the dumpster, he was un aware that James Hunker was looking inside the dump ster. As Gatling sat the dump ster down, it landed on Hunker, crushing him to death. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses told police Hunker was known to look into dumpsters. The death has been ruled accidental. Shown in this photograph during the recognition ceremony are Shomari Sanford, Chairman of the USF Black Alumni Network and 2010 Merit Award winner; Glenn Gilkey, former USF staff member and honoree; and Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., who was there for the of the award bearing his name. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Third Annual Reunion of the USF Black Alumni Net work culminated in an awards ceremony. The reunion opened on Thursday with a re ception at Marshall Center Ballroom and concluded on Sunday with the Awards and Recognition Closing Ceremony at Gibbons Alumni Center. The theme for the event, which began on October 7th and concluded on October 10th, .was "Let The Good Times Roll." Shomari Sanford, Co Chairman of the Black Alumni Network, and the late Mrs. Felicia Wintons Taylor, were the recipients of the Merit Award. Mrs. Wintons Taylor opened and operated Books For Thought, an African Amer ican bookstore in Hillsborough County for several years. She also worked with several or ganizations on campus and within thecommunity. Ray Cobb, closing commit tee member said that honoring Mrs. Wintons Taylor was RICK SCOTT ond JENNIFER CARROLL Have a Plan to Turn Florida Around. * CREATING JOBS REDUCING TAXES IMPROVING HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES MRS. FELECIA WINTONSTAYLOR the least the organization could do for a woman whose bookstore affected the lives of so many USF students over the years. The organization also recog nized Glenn Gilkey, former Director of the USF Personal Excellent Program (P.E.P.) and member of the university's Minority Admission Recruit ment Department. Gilkey was the recipient of the first ever "Dr. Samuel Lamar Wright, Sr. Leadership Award." Gilkey was honored for many years of outstanding leadership and mentorship to USF African American men d and women. Gilkey, a former m colleague of Dr. Wright, was overcome with emotion during ..... the drum and dance tribute of students and alumni mem-en hers. The awards were established in 2009. For additional infor-Z mation about the USF Black Alumni Network, visit the m website at www.usfblack-F alumni.ning.com. r-!!1 z "'D c: aJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m :xJ < c: m C/) CARROl c )> .z c f 0 R flORIDA '' ',\'' ..... .....

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a: w m 0 0 BucsHopeTo Rebound Next week Against Rams DREW BREES The Tampa Bay Buccan eers entered Sunday's con test against the New Orleans Saints confident. Maybe, they were overconfident, because the Saints thrashed the Bucs 31-6. With Saint running backs C Pierre Thomas and ff Reggie Bush sidelined, the c Buccan'eer defense was Z expected to make it a rough w c w Owens Fined For Improper Tweet 00 :::::i m ::::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= 00 TERRELL OWENS i:i: CINCINNATI -Bengals 0 receiver Terrell Owens was fined $5,000 on Friday N for violating the NFL's prohibition on using social media shortly before games. Owens acknowledged that he broke the rule by sending out a tweet an hour before Cincinnati's 24-21 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday. Players and coaches are prohibited from using social media 90 minutes before games, during games and shortly afterward. -It's the same amount that Arizona's Darnell Dockett got fined for tweeting 20 minutes before a game. Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco got a $25,000 fine for tweeting before and during a preseason game in -August. Owens, Ocho. cinco and Dockett are the only players to violate the policy that went into effect before last seas 'on. ) .... Tickets can be purchased at the West Tampa Boys Club Contact Yomika McCalplne (813) 598-5917 or Darren Heyward (813) 381-5380 for more Information. Benuals' Odom Suspended Four Games For Violating PED Policy ANTWANODOM CINCINNATI-The NFL has rejected Antwan Odom's appeal and given the Bengals defensive end a four-game suspension for violating its policy on perfor mance enhancing substances. Odom appealed the suspension before the season started, hoping to have it reduced or eliminated. The league stuck with the full games. James Set To Unveil Shoe LEBRON JAMES MIAMI -The inaugural version of LeBron James' latest Nike shoe is more of a nod to the Miami Dolphins and Florida Marlins than the Miami Heat. Call it part of the way James is already embracing the Miami culture. The "LeBron 8 South Beach" was introduced Saturday by James, at a Miami event where the two time NBA MVP spoke to 100 children about the upcoming Heat season and what went. into designing his eighth sig nature sneaker. The shoe shown Saturday has a turquoise and black scheme, similar to Dolphins and Marlins colors -a "pre Heat" version, James said, noting that the design is based around Miami themes. James said "shoeheads will definitely love it" and that the initial response to the sneaker has been overwhelmingly positive It retails for $160. What's being unveiled Saturday is merely a special edition. Other color schemes, including ones featuring the Heat red and black, are expected to be available later this month. Michael Jordan savs He Could Have Scored 100 Points In Todav's NBA, Ranks Kobe The new NBA2K11video game has a whole world of sports garners talking, and even the game's cover boy Michael Jordan speaking out on the finished product. In a recent interview with USA Today, the Hall of Fame hooper speaks on his involvement with the highly reviewed game and talks a lit tle on the current state of the NBA. Jordan states that he was integral part of the games concept saying, "That's one good thing about the whole project. They had a concept of how they wanted to utilize me in cer tain games and certain high lights. And all of them were great highlights, obviously. So it didn't take much for me to say, let me see how that plays into the whole scenario and once they showed it to me I thought that it was cool." In the article, MJ also says due to defensive rule changes like hand checking, if he played in today s NBA, dropping triple digits would be reachable for him. "It's less physical and the rules have changed; obvious ly, says Jordan. "Based on these rules, if I had to play with my style of play, I'm pretty sure I would have -fouled out or I would have been at the free throw line pretty often and I could have scored 100 points." His Airness also speaks on the infamous Kobe compari-MICHAEL JORDAN son and where he thinks the all-star Lakers guard stands among the history of NBA's elite. "It's so hard to say. I think he is always going to be with in the conversations of some of the greatest players who've played by the time he is fin ished. Where does he rank among those, if you are talk ing about positions? If you are talking about guards, I would say he has got to be in the Top 10." NBA2K11, which was released on October 5, fea tures a new mode called MJ: Creating a Legend where you can take Michael Jordan and place him on any team of your choosing in today's NBA. That's after you complete a series of challenges that include playing the "flu game," scoring 63 points in a playoff game against Boston and other MJ career feats. -Arenas Fined ForFaking lniurv Before -Wizards Game WASHINGTON -For someone lookirig to get back into the good graces of his team, its fans and-the NBA, Gilbert Arenas has a funny way of showing it. The W ashirigton Wizards guard's latest escapade took place Tuesday, when coach Flip Saunders announced before a preseason game against the Atlanta Hawks that Arenas would miss the contest with a sore left knee. But Arenas revealed after the Wizards' 107-92 victory that he pretended to have a bum knee to give teammate Nick Young a chance to start. He told reporters Wednesday that he was try ing to do Young a favor. --"I lied to coach and told him my knee was sore so he'd GILBERT ARENAS start Nick," Arenas said. Arenas was fined an undisclosed amount by the Wizards for his deception. It was another blow to the image of a player who is still trying to recover from his so-game suspension and felony conviction for bring ing guns into the locker room last seasoq.

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Manin Defaults On California Monuaue KEVIN MARTIN SACRAMENTO, CA-NBA player Kevin Martin has defaulted on mortgage payments on a house in California. Martin owes about $44,000 in late payments and received a notice of default -the first step in a possible foreclosure. He bought the s,ooo-squarefoot home in Rocklin for $1.9 million in July 2007. His attorney says Martin has no intention of walking away from what he owes but is in a legal dispute with the lender as he pursues a short sale on the property. The home is currently listed for $1.1 million. A short sale means if someone buys the home at that price, the lender could take a loss. The Sacramento Kings traded Martin in February. He currently plays for the Houston Rockets and will earn $10 million this year. Former NFL Linebacker Junior Seau lniured In Drive on Clift JUNIORSEAU Former NFL linebacker -Junior Seau was being treated at a hospital after he drove his Cadillac SUV off a cliff Monday and landed on a beach in Carlsbad, California, police said. He was taken to nearby Scripps La Jolla Hospital for the treatment, authorities said Law officers are investigat ing the cause of the accident, in which Seau was the vehicle's only occupant, police said. Carlsbad is 35 miles north of San Diego, where Seau played most of his career Off the gridiron, Seau was the star of "Sports Jobs with Junior Seau," a reality show on the Versus network that followed him as he took on various behind-the-scenes occupations, from a baseball batboy to a bull fighter to a pro hockey equipment manager NFL Mav Stan suspending PlaversFor Helmet-To-Helmet Hits NEW YORK -The NFL could soon start suspending players for dangerous helmet to-helmet hits, vice president of football operations Ray Ariderson said. A day after several scary collisions in Sunday' s games, Ariderson acknowledged the league might need to do more than just fining players to prevent such hits. "There's strong testimonial for looking readily at evaluat ing discipline, especially in the areas of egregious and elevated dangerous hits," he said. "Going forward there are certain hits that occurred that will be more susceptible to suspension. There are some that could bring suspensions for what are flagrant and egregious situations." MIKE TYSON LAS VEGAS-Just call him Ambassador Iron Mike. Mike Tyson was once the baddest man on the planet. Now he'll be circling that planet as a self-titled ambas sador to spread the gospel of boxing to the Chinese. "I didn't even know what an ambassador really was," he said Thursday. "When I think of ambassadors I think of living off government money and jet-setting with girlfriends." Tarver's Heavvweight Debut A success With Win MIAMI, OK Former 175-pound champion Antonio Tarver outpointed N a g y Aguilera to ANTONIO vvin his heavy-TARVER weight debut Friday night The 1996 Olympic bronze medalist had been working as an analyst for Showtime before returning to the ring almost a year and a half after his last fight, a loss to the younger and faster Chad Dawson. Tarver started slow, then started picking up momentum in the latter rounds. Neither fighter scored a knockdown but each landed solid blows. Judges Duane Ford, Gary Ritter and David Sutherland scored the fight 98-92 in favor of Tarver (28-6). With a 17 month layoff and since I am 41 years old, I would give myself an A-plus," Tarver said. LA TROY A Just taking one look at this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Latroya, should leave you with no questions as to why she was chosen. Although the above photo doesn't really do her justice, we will share it with you and tell you she loves to model, and put smiles on the faces of those around her. Latroya is a very energetic and vibrant young woman, and never fails to recognize those around her. When it comes to the man in her life, Latroya said he must be strong, tall, handsome, smart, and respectful of all women. He must also exhibit the upbringing that a distinguished young man should have. Congratulations to Latroya 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: jjohnson-@flsentinel.com m J:J ..... <0 1\) 0 ..... 0 "TI r-0 J:J en m z :::! z m r-m c: rrm ::! z "tt c: m c en ::I: m c m < m J:J -< -1 c: m en c )> z c "TI J:J c

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o entertainment Alicia Kevs And SwizzBeatz Welcome Babv Bov .,.. T.l. Sentenced To 11Months In Prison T.I. Rapper T .I. has just been sentenced to 11 months behind bars. He was arrested on September 1 with his wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle after police smelled marijua na in his vehicle. He later tested positive for ecstasy. Lawyers for T.I., 6 in total, were recommending 5 to 11 months for the rapper who violated his probation. A source says the rapper admitted to taking drugs, but only for pain associated with dental work. His wife Tiny was not sen tenced. A small fire broke out at the courthouse just before sentencing. T .I. was previously incarcerated for felony weapons charges after being found with machine guns and silencers. Roc-1-Fella Co-Founder Arrested In i Massive Druu Bust 1-c w ::1: en ::::i m ::l a. z iii ...J ...J KAREEM "BIGGS" BURKE ...J One of Jay-Z's former j: business partners may have ifj to learn to live with regrets en after he was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement' agents in a sting operation. Roc A' Fella co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke was arrested along with 43 other people in a .massive drug investigation spanning up and down the East Coast. Also notably nabbed in the dragnet was Matthew Stang, a writer and senior ad rep at High Times maga zine .. According to reports, the 44 arrests, which followed an 18-month investigation into the lengthy drug network headed by Geovanny "Manny" Rodriguez Perez resulted in $1 mil lion in seized profits and 177 pounds of marijuana. According to the Feds, Perez is suspected of being involved with the New York City drug trade since the 1990S. Roller .............. ..... .............. $1 ....... i ........ ...................... 99: LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! SWIZZBEATZ And ALICIA KEYS I .Alicia Keys and Beatz have welcomed their new son Egypt Dauode Dean. Reports confirm that Keys gave birth at New York's St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital late Thursday. The couple wed July 31. PriiCIIIIIIICIS WelcameTa America Tour -PRINCE Prince is making headlines after announcing a new nationwide tour. Titled the "Welcome To America" tour, the Purple One will be joined by Janelle Monae who paid tribute to him atthis year's BET awards, as as Mint Condition, Maceo Parker and Cassandra Wilson. BuiuBanton onered Bail Dancehall artist and Grammy award nominee Buju Banton has been granted bail in his pending case. Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie, has been granted $250,000 bail and as a condition of his release must participate in and pay for 24-hour security to ensure he didn't leave.his home except on emergency visits to his doctor or lawyer. Banton was arrested for allegedly participating in a scheme to buy large quantities of cocaine from an undercover police officer. Earlier this month, a jury deadlocked on charges of conspiracy to possess and distribute coke and a firearm charge that could have put Banton behind bars for life. Banton, who said he had BUJUBANTON no real intentions of either buying or selling cocaine, said that he only told the undercover agent of the plan to impress him because he believed the agent had good contacts in the music indus. try. Banton is due back in court in December. Anita. Baker Sued For Unpaid. Qebt . . !'-. : Legendary R&B songstress Anita is being sued for an unpaid debt by her house painters. Ray A Sinith Painting and Decorating claims that Ms. Baker owes them $15,000 for work done in her Grosse Pointe, Michigan home. In court documents filed iii a Wayne County Circuit Court, the lawsuit states that Baker has reneged on pr.omises to pay for work that included painting in her bedroom, replacing a rotten door sill, and remov ing water-damaged plaster in her living room. Baker also faces several financi<:!.l debt o})ligations, including liens Jor $46Si733 in unpaid federal taxes, ANITA BAKER $15,952 in unpirid state taxes and $3,470 owed to a win dow company. Anita plans to release her -7th. stUdio rubfinl' in titled-, 21st Century.oj Love. ''The Voice -of Our Community Speaking for Call: 813 248 .. 1921

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------, MR. LEONARD MAYS, JR. A homegoing visitation for Mr. Leonard Mays, Jr. of261o E. 25th Avenue, who passed away Wednesday, October 13, 2010; will be held Friday,October 22, 2010, from s-8 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Leonard was born May 3, 1936, iil Tampa. Leonard was preceded in death by: his parents, Blanche Mays and Leonard Mays, Sr.; brothers, Thomas Mays, Leroy Mays and Clyde Mays; sister, Thelma Carswell; and nephew, Leroy Mitchell, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memories: son, Leonard Mays, ill; stepdaughters, Sandra, Brenda and Connie; a host of grandchildren, a host of great-great grandchildren; sisters, Beatrice Wright (Robert), Oreatha Wright, Helen Hall and Annie Mae Byrd; nieces, Bernice Hodgins (Edward), Catherine Gloria McCoy (Charles), Lavern Faulk (Calvin), l)eborah Wright and Linda Wright; nephews,Rudoloph Stroud (Deborah}, Anthony Wright (Adrienne), Glen Wright (Donna), Gregory Wright and Horatio Wright; Special friends, Betty and Gable; and a host of other relatives and friends. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME aikensfimeralhom@aol.com Irlourfinnilytalw care e are the lwyto a fine and quality setvice" Harmon Funeral Home John w. Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon; L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 6 .26-8600 MRS. MYRA LAKAY PRINGLE-MITCHELL Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Myra Lakay PringleMitchell, who passed away on October 13, 2010, will be conducted Friday, October 22, 2010, at 12 noon at Faith Alive Church, 5705 N. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, 33619, Rev. Antonio Hawkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Avenue. Mrs. Pringle-Mitchell was born in Miami, FL, to Mr. Robert Pringle and the late Mrs. Margaret Pringle. She accepted Christ at an early age at New Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Myra was a wonderful wife, mother and sister, who loved to cobk. Mrs. Pringle-Mitchell was preceded in death by: her mother, Margaret Pringle; grandmother, Lottie Pringle; uncle, Eddie Stacy; and aunt, Elizabeth Haynes. She leaves to cherish fond memories: her devoted husband of 8 years, Ronald Mitchell; loving father, Robert Pringle, Sr. (Rovenna); 4 loving children and 3 stepchildren, Antoine Knight (Denedra), Myronica Knight (Curtis), Jamar McAllister (Felicia), Ronarnd McAllister (Regisha), Adam Mitchell, Aaron Mitchell and Ashley Mitchell; 2 sisters, Darlene Washington (Clayton) and Tameka Moars (Nathaniel); 3 brothers,. Stanley Washington (Clayton) and Tameka Moats (Nathaniel); 3 brothers, Stanley Pringle (Hema), Robert Pringle, Jr. (April) and Girard Pringle (Ovionce); 8 grandchildren, Adaya Knight, Antoine Knight; III, Alisha Knight, Veronica Murrillo, Vaniya Merkerson, Jada McAllister, Jamaya McAllister and Ronarnd McAllister, Jr.; devoted aunts and uncles, Helen Stacy, Tampa, .Marilyn, Donaldson and Gloria James, Quincy, Flossie Greenlea, Houston, TX, Betty Duhart and husband, Rev. Marvis Duhart, Rochester, NY, Rev. Jerome Jackson and wife, Louise, Montgomery, AL, Martha, Ben and Harry Pringle; 10 nie.ces and nephews, Shannon, Devarius, Dominic, Ronesha, Nathaniel, Jr., Viktoria, Jaylen, Girard, Jr., Giriyah and Girvon; special cousin, Joy:ce; close cousins, Neal, Gerald, Maxine, Levi, Denise, Matricia, Rosezine and Matesha; and a host of sorrow-ing relatives and friends. Visitation will be Thursday, October 21, 2010, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, from 6-8 p. m. Family. and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a. m., Friday, October 22, for the service at Faith Alive Church, 5705 N. 32ndAvenue. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Fwieral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" ----1 Integrity Funeral Services I 3822 E. 7th Tampa, FL 33605 PhoneUsAt I <&13) 248-5000 1 BIRTHDAY. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MEMORIAM MRS. ANNIE 'LOIS' WYNN 10/19/1940 \Ve never need a special day to bring you to our mind. For days without a thought of you, are very hard to find. MISS LAHOMI DALE My Auntie 10/19/67-7/21/02 We cannot send a birthday card, your hand we cannot touch, instead of a card we send our love, instead of a gift, a prayer, but God will take our greetings to the one we love so much. My aunt was and still is a very important person in my everyday life. Anything you needed, she was there. I felt safe and when she would keep me. The love she shared was from the heart and soul, if only she was still here with us in person. We ask the Lord to put His arms around you and never leave you on your own. For today is our Mother's birthday, her first away from home. She was the aunt I will always love. Sadly, she is gone, but not forgotten. Truly missing you, family and friends. From, Lil Anthony. Thinking of you on your birthday, with sadness in our hearts, for a very special someone, from whom we had to part. IN REMEMBRANCE We miss you and love you. Your loving and devoted husband, Fred Wynn; three daughters, Sonya (Arthur) Williams, Althea M. Wynn, and Enga Wynn; two sons, Marquis (Bertha) \Vynn, and Fred L. Wynn; and grandchildren. Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy 1t for as long as you can. Did you know it is recommended that for niost women, high-quality screening should begin at age 407 As risk factors j vary in everyone, each woman and her doctor should discuss the plan that's right for her. Most organizations recommend screening every one to I two years, some recommend it take place every year: Why not make your appointment today? HOME 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. RUBY RANGE Sunrise: 2-27-27 Sunset: 10-14-09 Even though you're not here, we will always celebrate your love and memories. 'We love and miss you. Your family. OctOber Is Breast Cancer' Awareness Month .,._.__..., ..... c m C/) c 0 0 a m m :::tl -ri r-0 :::tl c )> C/) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm ::! z ""D c: m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m :::tl -< -t c: m C/) c )> z c :::tl c C) m _... ...

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,.... a: w m (.) me Argument leads To. Stabbing, Shots Fired boyfriend and the other males The original group of males left and returned in a vehicle with a few others, police said They approached the Boykins brothers and Quintorious, and a fight started. c en w :l .... ERIC PAYNE, JR. Tampa Police arrested a man Saturday morning fol lowing an incident that left two men hospitalized with stab wounds. According to police reports, Ortez Boykins, 19, Ordis Boykins, 19, and Chapman Quintorious, 22, were visiting friends at a residence in the 6ooo block of Monroe. At some point, a couple of males approached allegedly trying to talk with a female at the address. Police said that resulted in an argument between her Police said during the fight one of the victims took out a knife and defended his friend and brother by stabbing the suspects. The suspects reportedly got back into their car and Eric Payne, Jr., 21, reportedly fired shots, striking a rental car with the Boykins brothers and Quintorious inside. Police said the stabbing victims was hospitalized and are reported to be in stable condition. Payne was arrested and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, shooting at or within or into a vehicle, and violating his probation on a carrying a concealed weapons charge. He is being held without bond . One Man Shot Four Times, AnOther Grazed Bv Bulletin Shooting -NOAH JONES, III ... in stable condition after being shot four times. Tampa Police are looking for a man they said wounded two other men as they sat in a car eating. On Sunday night, police Noah Jones, III, 29, MlCHAE.MURRAY ... grazed by bullet. ing Jones in the chest, chin, right forearm and left thumb. Murray was grazed by a bullet on the forearm. and Michael Murray, 33, were parked in front of Murray's home on West Walnut Street eating. After the shooting, police said suspect fled, and later a gray sweatshirt was fond in the area. The last condition report on Jqnes said he was in sta ble condition. Police reported that an unknown man wearing a hooded grey sweatshirt approached and fired four shots into the vehicle, strlk-The shooting suspect is described as a black s'w" tall and with a stocky build. UNCLE SANDY CD ,.... ... Who holds the key 4, 6, 9, 10 to the door that will17, 19, 22, 25 one day open and allow 30, 33, 35, 39 to 30, 45, 49, 50 Man Shot After Leaving Ybor Citv Bar ALEXANDER YOUNG .. wounded, necklace stolen after he left the Broadway Bar. Tampa Police are investi gating the shooting of a man after he left a Ybor City bar early Sunday morning. Police said Alexander Grant Young, 47, was walking to his truck on 7th Avenue and 23rd Street after leaving the Broadway Bar at 2a.m. According to reports, a vehicle pulled up with three men inside, two of them jumped out and one shot Young once in the A second shot missed, and one of the suspects grabbed Young's necklace and pulled down his pants before jump ing back into car, police said. -Young was transported to a local hospital and is report ed to be in good condition. Police are looking for three men who were last seen in a dark-colored, four-door vehicle. ManAnac.ks Onicers After. -Being lased Tampa Police report that on' Sunday night, a man grabbed an officer's throat, grab another offi-LEVITICUS cer's grin belt POWELL and struck both officers after he was stunned by a taser and taken to the ground According to police, when Leviticus Powell, 32, was arrested, they found a loaded gun un'der his body. The offi cers received minor injuries from the struggle and did not require medical attention. Powell was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, possession of mari juana and armed trespassing Police said the incident began when officers tried stopped a vehicle because of its illegal window tint. The officers approached the passenger, later identified as Powell, who reportedly ran. The officers reported smelling marijuana inside the vehicle and tried chasing Powell, who broke through a woode11 fence during his attempted escape. Powell was taken to a local hospital for a cut left eye, and was later transported to jail. His bail is $2R.ooo. Trio Arrested-In Restaurant Robberv KYLE LARSON OSVLADO MARTINEZ ROGELIO TORRES. Tampa Police arrested three men Monday morning for reportedly robbing a restaurant and leading them on a chase that ended with one of the suspects jumping from a bridge into Tampa Bay. Police said two men entered Charleyis Steakhouse on Cypress Avenue armed with an assault rifle with a knife attached to its barrel just past midnight. Police reported that the sus pects captured the manager and later took off with a ba,g of money. One of the customers in the restaurant call 9-1-1 and gave police a description of the suspects. .. When police arrived, they reported seeing the suspects run out of the building and jump over a fence. The sus-pects then ran and jumped i-nto a vehicle driven by a third suspect. Police chased the vehicle onto the Howard Franklin Bridge and the driver stopped. One of the occupants, Kyle Larson, 20, jumped into the bay. The other two suspects, Osvaldo Martinez, 26, and Rogelio Torres, 26, were arrested at the scene. A responding officer tossed his rear seat into the Bay and a second officer tossed Larson a rope. He grabbed the seat and rope and was pulled to the edge of the water where he was arrested. All three men were charged with armed burglary. Police said other charges are pend ing. Serial Burglars Arrestell ST PETERSBURG-At 12:47 p.m. Sunday, St. Petersburg Police detectives arrested Cody Mangon, 19, Travis Agosto, 19, and Cristian Dibiaggio, 16, during the commission of a a burglary in the 6soo block of sth Avenue, North. Police said the suspects were arrested without incident after they returned to their vehicle with stolen property. Detectives from the Burglary units responded and determined that Dibiaggio, Agosto, and Mangon, along with Madison Hicks, 18, and Joshua Dixon, 18, were for a large number of residential burgla ries across the St. Petersburg area. WARREN DAWSON 1481 T8DIPI Parll PIIZI @ Nebraska Ave. & scan St. r' r ng IJ, ',, er s J" 310" s1c .. lc r :JC c ... :cr ,c! Befo'e ,au JS s'1c) CJ =REE on .. : J . f :J! O"" J : -2\CC1

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II .. ............. ..................... ........ -................ -... ....... -Class i-ri e ds_-" . '-' . ;. -. -. .-. -.. ... ... : _._ .-. . ,,, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a resu'lt of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 3. 2010 at 9:00a.m. to hear the below l i sted cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s), violation address code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given 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 note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enf orcement Hearing Master w ith respect to any matter cons i dered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE # 1 O-Q5372 BOONE, CHARLIE 5124 N. 36TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19 56 BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 10 PG 12 LOT48 152078 0000 CASE # 1 O-Q5456 SIMS, DON JEEN 3405 E. 24TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-56 ZEPHYR GROVE N 115 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 6 174678.0000 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 # 1 0-06199 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH WHITAKER & M THAT PORTION DESC AS: COM AT NE COR OF NE 1A SD PT BEING ON C/L OF HILLSBOROUGH AVE (100 FT RIW) THN W 75FT S 50 FTTO S RIW OF SD HILLSBOROUGH AVE SD PT BEING POB THN W ALG SLY RIW 210 FTTHN S 185 FT S 79 DEG 44 MIN 35 SEC E CASE # 1 0-06250 4943 EAST HILLSBOR OUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M CASE # 1 O-o6429 SNEAD, RUSSELL 3616 E. CLIFTON ST., 1!2, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-233 BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 12 PG 94 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 UNIT35 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 # 10-08718 MACHO, CARLOS A. 2802 N. FLORIDA AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 27-77 TABLE 27-241 27 246 WARREN AND KEYES LOTS 1 2, AND 3 BLOCK 6 182654 1000 97870 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 & 19-50 HIGHLAND P I NES ADDITION LOT 48 BLOCK 1 15867 4 0000 CASE # 10-09584 THOMAS, ANTONIO 2221 E EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-56 NORTH BEAUTY HEIGHTS LOT26 156588.0000 CASE# 10-10147 D AMICO, NELSON, 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 LOT 15 BLOCK 2 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 LOT 12 186878 0000 CASE# 10-11974 CASTRO, ANDRES 8216 N. 1OTH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-46 & 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 11 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 31 146526.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANSWITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOPR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK II c: m C/) c l< 0 0 d Ill m JJ ...... N 0 ...... 0 'TI I'""' 0 JJ C/) m z :::! z m I'""' I Ill c: I'""' I'""' m :::! z "0 c: Ill I'""' c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c > z c 'TI :!! c

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