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Celebrating 66 In The Tampa Bay Area c( Q -a: 0 ....1 u. # .. SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 66 NO. 21 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 24 PAGES 75 Pastor Gets 151 F r Credit Union Fraud SEE PAGE 8 Former Sentinel Employee Dies SEE PAGE 8 Su.spact Charged With AHempted Murder . SEE PAGE 15 CELEBRATIONS IN CHILLURA PARK The Head StarVEarly Head Start Awareness Month Celebration and the Asthma Prevention And Management .Initiative by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. were held in the Joe Chillura Courthouse Square on October 20 2010. October is Head Start Awareness Month, a time when Head Start programs celebrate their achievements, and this year the theme was "The Dream Lives On 45 Years Of Head Start. The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority embarked on a multi-year campaign to educate and enlighten the community about how to manage asthma. Among the dignitaries on hand for the events were: Anthony B. Curtis Jr. Alpha Phi Alpha Area Director ; Louis Finney Jr., Director of Head Start, Hillsborough County; Atty. Carolyn House-Stewart International President Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; and Ron Herndon Chairman of the Board National Head Start Association, who brought the keynote address. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) VOTE TODAY!

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0 .,... D N Features a: w m :ii: w > 0 z Judge Dismisses Charge Against Driver In OHicers Murders BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor >="' On Thursda y afternoon a judge dismissed a federal c h a rge en aga in s t a woma n link ed to th e W murd ers of two police officers. The judge ruled th e prosec ut ors had not prove n their case. Ms. Cortnee Brantley, 22, was arrested o n Jul y 2, 2010, for mispris ion of a felon y The se l d o m-u se d federal c h a rge alleges th a t Ms. Brantley concea led a person from ar r est Attorney Grady Irvin, w h o r e pr ese nted Ms. Brantley, ar gued f or dismissa l of th e charges on Thursday b efo r e U. S. Dis tri ct Judge James S. Moody, Jr. In a s even-p age written r e spo n se, Judge Moody ag r eed with _f\ttorney Irvin that the pr osec utor had not proven that Ms. Brantley h ad knowl edge that Dontae Morris, 25, h ad a gun or that s h e attempted to con ceal him from arrest. Judge Moody wro te, T h ese acts do not demonstrate that 0 Brantley concealed anything C: having to do with th e crime of LL Morris' posses sion of a firearm C and ammunition." Z Attorney Irvin said, The cl: judge's decision was well reasoned well thought out, a nd C supported b y law." ffi A spokesperso n for the U S :::l Attorney's Office said We are 1-reviewing the order and considering our options. W Tampa Police Chief Jane > w c w ::r:: en :J m CORTNEE BRANTLEY Charged Di smissed Castor said, Thi s case Is far from over. As we continu e to in vestigate and d eve l o p new infor mation ther e i s a s trong possibility of a ddition a l charges against thi s s uspect and any oth ers who provided assistance to Dontae Morris." Mark Cox s poke s p e rson for th e Hillsborough County State Attorney s Office said, This i s a pending case and a n ongoing in vestiga tion and we are consid ering our options. During the early morning hours of June 29th, Officer David Curtis stopped a 1994 Toyota Carnr y a t the intersec tio n of N 50th Stre e t and E. 23r d Aven ue, because th e li ce n se plate was not visible Offi ce r Jeffrey Kocab was his backup According to police the occu pant s of the vehicl e provided Officer Curtis with the identi fication of Ms. Cortnee Brantley as the driver and :::l Q. z j:: w ...1 ...1 :::l m ...1 w z j:: z w en AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE cl: c a: 0 ...1 LL News Alert: The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical care ... 181/PrtJIIJSSiona/ SDI'VICIJI Personalized Servtce -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney wiD 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 Phannacy Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & FaH, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And ... le B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week DONTAE MORRIS Faces 1st Degree Murder Charges Dontae Morris as the passen ger. A computer nam e check re vealed that th ere were active warrants that exis ted for Morris. Th e warrants had be e n is s u ed for worthless checks. Police said that as th e officers attempted to arrest Morris, h e allege dl y pull e d a n unid entified calib er h andg un and s hot both officers a t close rang e He fle d on foot. Ms. Brantley fled in her vehicle. Three area residents heard the gunshots and after going o ut side, saw the officer s on the ground and called for help Both officers died as a result of their injuries. Polic e launched a massive manhun t throughout the nation for Morris. He s urrend ered to police on July 2nd and was charged with 2 counts of fir st degree murder and 1 count of a felon in possession of a firearm The bad check charges were later dropped because Morris was in th e Florida State Pri son System at the time the bank count was opened in his name as well as during the period in which the checks were passed. OFFICER DAVID CURTIS Died on June 29th ATIY. GRADY IRVIN Defended Cortnee Brantley Later during the da y on June 29th Ms. Brantley was lo cated at the Bristol Bay Apart ment Complex and questioned for seven hours before being re leased without being charged She was arrested on the federal charge o n July 2nd. Attorney Replies To Chief's Statement In response to the comment made b y Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor, Attorney Grady Irvin released a writ ten statement. I have reviewed Chief Castor' s statement ... and it is re grettab le that on the heals of the OFFICER JEFFREY KOCAB Died on June 29th JANE CASTOR Tampa Police Chief federal judge's ruling she ap pears to be trying to pressure the elected State Attorney to exact a vendetta against a per son she knows full well had nothing to do with bringing about the unfortunte deaths of these officers. One has to wonder if the Chief had exercised this same tenacity on May 18, when Derek Anderson was shot and killed and on June 8 when Harold Wright was killed whethe r there ever would have been a June 29. I doubt i f there would ha v e because Mr. Morris w ould have been behind bars." Readers Share Opinions About Federal Ruling BY IRIS B. H OLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a judge dismissed a federal charge against a woman linked to the murders of two police officers. The judge ruled the prosecutors had not prov e n that s h e had attempted to conceal a man charg e d with the murders of two police offi cers in June. Ms. Cortnee Brantley, 22, was arrested on July 2 2010, for misprision of a f e lony. The seldom-used federal charg e al lege s that Ms. Brantley con ceale d a person from arre t. Attorney Grady Irvin, who r e presented Ms. Brantley, ar gued for dismissal before U. S. District Judge James S. Moody, Jr. Judge Moody i ss ued hi s ruling in a seve n page document. Some readers shared their opinions about the ruling that cleared Ms. Brantley who co uld h ave b ee n s nt nc d to 3 yea r s in pri son. She w as driving the vehicle in whi c h Dontae Morris, 25, was a pass e nger when the shootin toQk p l ac [I] Dr. George Foxx said, The deci s ion that was made b Judge James S. Moody, Jr., was the right decision though some ma y disagr ee We all agree that the tragic event was not kind and we f ee l so sorry for th e offi cers families. But Cortnee Brantley was not the app ropri ately charged criminal. Heinous crimes are not popular but you must puni s h the appropriate offender. Attorney Grady Irvin did his job. Howard Harris said "Cortnee Brantley was stupid for not reporting the shooting. HowIS no la w agains t stu pidity and my government hould not vengefully expend m y tax dollars the bot tom of the barrel trying to find such a l aw. In t ad m y tax dol l ars n d to b sp nt in bringing white collar thug to justi e for crimes u h a bank mortgag and Medicar f r aud." Danny Green said "Judge Moody was right to dismiss the charge. She was not the shooter just the driver. " Everyone is upsetbecauseofwhathappened to the police officers but the law is the law I feel bad for both families. The police got their man. Attorney Clinton Paris said "This situa tion presents a great opportunity to remind our young ladies of how important it is to associate with positive people. If you associate with guys who are uneducated high school drop outs convicts criminals, drug pushers and us ers, then bad things are going to happen and you may not get another chan.ce like Ms. Brantley based on Judge Moody's ruling "Young l a di before uri k your freedom kid and life on a gu tak so m tim to find out if h is worth it first

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c: woman Wins lawsuit Earlv Voters Set Against Tampa Police Mid-Term Record i BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the nth Circuit Court of Appea l s in Atlanta GA, ruled in favor of a former Tampa Police employee termi nated 31f2 years ago. Federal Judge Richard Lazzara had dismissed the case. The battle between Ms. Kamara Crawford began when she was terminated by the City of Tampa M.ay 24, 2007. She was hired in Febru ary 1995, and had worked at the Tampa Police Department for nearly 12 years Ms. Crawford was re portedly fired for incompe tence while suffering from acute depression. Ms. Crawford repre sented herself (pro se litigant) in the wrongful termination lawsuit since its inception at the EEOC level. She stated that in January 2009, Judge Lazzara ruled in her favor in 4 of the 7 counts she filed. Following his ruling city attorneys filed a Motion For Summary Judgment. Ms. Crawford stated Judge Lazzara "threw out the counts on my behalf that he had initially wrote in that MS. KAMARA CRAWFORD ... Wrns Lawsuit January 2009 order. Ms. Crawford filed an appeal with the nth District Court of Appeals and the panel of jurists ruled in her favor. The jurists ruled in favor of her count of Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Loss of Con sortium. The jurists stated in the ruling, "For reasons set forth below we conclude that Crawford properly pled a claim for relief under the Family and Medical Leave A<;t and the district court therefore erred in dismissing that claim." "We have noted that, in stating a claim for interference under the FMLA, an employee need only demon strate b y a preponderance of the evidence that she was entitled to the benefit denied. Furthermore, the Code of Federal Regula tions makes clear that an em ployee taking unforeseeable l eave need not expressly assert rights under the FMLA or even mention the FMLA, but may only state that l eave is needed." The jurists also ruled that Judge Lazzara was correct in his ruling against racial dis crimination : However, "the sufficiently pled FMLA claim . s hould not h ave been dis missed at the pleading stage." Ms. Crawford stated, The City never told me any thing abo ut FMLA while I was suffering from Major Depres sive Disorder, Acute Anxiety Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. After 12 years of being a 'stellar' employee who was sick . they were quick to fire me. "I complained to EEOC that HR should have been han dling my personal medical in formation and not someone with the title of Fiscal Coordi nator. Soon after I was fired, the City quickly changed that person's title. It has been a long and very lonely battle and !just th a nk God for faith." Caregiver Shares Bad bperience With Insurance Plan BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor While attending a political rally recently, a Tampa woman had her suspicions about a medical plan con firmed. As former President Bill Clinton discussed the private Medicare Advantage Plan, she relived a bad experi ence she had as a caregiver. Ms. Paulette Walker said she was the caregiver for an 86-year-old Tampa man who bad the Medicare Advan tage Plan. The plan is supposed to provide coverage for early detection when treatments are most likely to work the best if the person is a healthy individual. Ms. Walker said Medicare Advantage is promoted as a wonderful program. However, according to former President Bill Clinton, the Republicans have given this Medicare Advan tage Plan to Wall Street. She further stated, At Kendrick Meek's rally, for mer President Clinton out lined the subject of Medicare Advantage. If I bad not been placed in the as an advocate for an individual, I would not have been aware that Medicare Advantage does not benefit individuals with an illness." Ms. Paulette Walker attended the rally for Kendrick Meek that featured former President Bill Clinton. "I would have been to sed between the information that the private Medicare Advan tage carrier and information that was proVided by the so cial worker at the hospital. She made me aware that the Medicare. Advantage does not work, and told me to go straight to Medicare. Ms. Walker said she wa given brochures and informa tion about ubscriber b e ne fits .... However, when it was time to use it, her client was denied. I wa s the advocat e of a pers on that wa s rec ntly d nied by a Cas R evie w Man ag r even after I spok e with numerous emplo yees of the insurance .company. The patient was discharged from the hospital in great need for skilled nursing care. "He was denied a second time even after a licensed Physical Therapist suggested that be needed the skilled nursing facility. Again it was denied because of the pa tient s diagno is with dem n tia, and they did riot think that the pat;ient could recover after having skilled nursing care she said. Ms. Walker warns others to make sure of coverage before there is a need for it. Her patient was placed in a nur ing facility and is recov ering with no complications. I had to take him off of that plan so that he could have Medicare and get the help he needed." She warns, "Do not wait until you are facing a situation,' and endure the str ss of your s elf or a lov d one b ing s ent hom from th ho pital too early or not well no ugh to return home." Ms. Walker said thi i anothe r r e ason wh y p opt should make sur they vote. "President Obama is trying to make sure that th h e alth plan is working toward pr ventiv ar and not pia ing you in a ituation that you ar unabl to get th e care that you need to live longer. I am en couraging you to pl ase vot ." BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, the opportunity for citizens to participate in Earl y Voting closed at 6 p.m. However, during the twelve-day period, a new mid-tenn rec;ord was set. According to the statistic s released by the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Offi ce, more than 77,000 people participated in Early Voting. On the final day of Early Voting 11,134 people voted, surpassing the previous record of 10,504 on Fri day. Earlier this month, a list of names was published in the Sentinel. However, some of those individuals said their names appeared on the list and they have either not been convicted of a felony or have had their rights restored. Travis Abercrombe, Public Information Officer for the Hillsborough County Voter Registration Office said those individuals "Need to contact the Clemency Board. They furnished us with the list. :::rJ Individuals who have not cast ballots can vote at their designated polling locations on Tuesday, November 2"ct, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The statistics are. as fol lows: Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 8,164; C. Blythe Andrews (formerly College Hil!) Branch Library, 3,659; Comity Center, 26th Floor, 2,893; Elections Service Center, 5,114 ; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 9,061; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 11,227; and New Tampa Regional Library, 4 770. Other locations are: Plant City, City Hall, 4,780; Riverview Branch Library, 4,551; SouthShore Regional Library, 6,292; Temple Terrace Public Library, 5 ,41 5; Town 'N 0 Country Regional Public Library, 4 323; Upper )> Tampa Bay library, 4 ,757; 0 and West Tampa Branch Library, 2,354 ::f z m l tD c: r rm ::f z r ----*** SPECIAL *** ----: Routine Simple Extractions -$99 +Xray I Same Da Service. Expires 12130/10 1 Surgical Extractions -$199 +Xray ame Da ervic Expires 12/ 0/10 .. ______ -.-.--.. --------.... .... Call And Schedule Your Appointment Toda. ! (813) 623-1014

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Q editorials/Columns N' a: w m :::!!: w > 0 z >"' ic( c (J) w ::l .... c a: LL c z c( c .(J) w ::l .... w > w c w ::z::: (J) :::; m ::l Q. z ffi _, _, ::l m 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 1901-19n (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 Subscrlptlons-$44 oo-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0G-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expresaed on editorial pages ol thla newspaper by Columnists or Gueat Writers, do not neceaaarlly reflect the editorial atance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher last Chance To Make A DiHerence H ave you voted, today? Remember: Tuesday is your last chance to give President Obama some members of Congress who are willing to work with him in restoring economic stability to our country. In fact, if you don't vote today, you might as well have not voted in 2008. President Obama has spent the past 21 months fighting an uphill battle to provide health care and jobs to America through stimulus plans and by ending tax breaks for the super rich and companies that take jobs overseas. And here you come, too lazy or too disinterested to save your own future. Tell us it isn't so. Furthermore, in case you've forgotten, and you are a minimum wage earner, Republicans in Congress fought the i.ncrease of minimum wage to $7.25 per hour. When reviewing the NAACP Legislative Report Card for Florida Congressional representatives, only 40 per cent of them received passing grades for the passage oflegislation such as paycheck equity, hate crimes, health care reform, extending federal unemployment benefits and stimulus plans designed to put Americans back to meaningful work. S ay what you want and think what you may about Mrs. Michelle Obama, but at the end of the day she is truly a First Lady. In addition, she is every woman. First of all, she is a lady in every sense of the word. Mrs. Obama is classy, intelligent articulate confident, wise, graceful and most impor tantly she is every day people She does a masterful job of combining the elegance of roy alty with the sincerity of a common touch. She is equally comfo rtable dining with the elite and socializi ng with grass root folks. Thi s is because without giving any thought to it, she is both of these two classes of people Mrs. Michelle Obama is a fashion diva when the occa sion caBs for it. Still her till not ready to vote, yet? Well, consider many of the incidents in our voting rights history as reasons to vote, once you've read them. _, Regardless of what the "polls" say, remember that no one polled you for your opinions, now did they? Theret= fore, your voice has not yet been heard, and will not be Z counted unless you get up, get out and vote today and make the difference that our country needs. It's the c( eleventh hour. Please, don' t let yourself and your children C down! In 1868, over 1,081 political murders of Blacks were com mitted during an eight month period (April-November) and many more were beaten or had their homes burned in Louisiana. In 1870, the Ku Klux Klan it 0 _, LL ------------------------Congressional D istrict 56 Just.lce of Su_Qreme Court u s Senate David Chalela Just!ce Chartes T. canady Yes I Kendrick Meek Just1ce Jorge Labarga Yes I District 57 Justice James E. C. Perry Yes U S Representative Stacy Frank Justice Rick)' Polston Yes I District 9 Di strict 58 District Court of Appeal Anita De Palma -Janet Cruz Judge Marva Crenshaw Yes 1 District 11 District 60 Judge Patricia Kelly Yes Kathy Castor Ru .. Patterson Judge Nelly N Khouzam Yes 1 Judge Robert Morris Yes District12 Lori Edwards State Governor Alex Sink Attorney General Dan Gelber Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Loranne Ausley Commissioner of Agriculture Scott Maddox District 61 Elena McCullough Di s trict 67 Z. J. Hafeez COlin Commission District 1 Dlngfelder County Commission District 2 VIctor Crist Judge Steven Northcutt Yes 1 Judge Craig Vlllanti Yes Judge Douglas Wallace Yes 1 Amendments ........ / ;ji YOTE: R efentl"!dums Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum NO 1 Countywide Transportation System Construction County Commission Maintenance Opel"lltlons through the Levy of a 1 State Senator District 3 1% Sales Surtax FOR I District 12 Lea Miller Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers Jim Norman Provision of an Elected County Mayor YES I County Commission Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions State Representatlve District 5 for New Businesses and Expanslon of Existing I \District 16 Ken Hagan Businesses YES Nina Hayden School Board A Proponl to Amend the Reapportionment 1 District 47 District 4 Provl,slon to Require an Additional Public Michael Steinberg Richard Bartels Meeting YES 1 District 65 District 6 A Proponl to Amend the Hillsborough County April Griffin Charter Provhllons Pertaining To the Internal 1 Darryl Rouson PerformanM Auditor YES wardrobe is versatile enough to allow her to wea r the cur rent fashions that are worn by other females her age. Mrs. Michelle Obama, as wife of the President is re ferred to as the First Lady. It is a title that she wears proudly and with dignity. Just as im portant to Mrs. Obama is the title of being wife to Mr. Barack Obama and mother to two lovely daughters. Michelle exemplifies every thing that a First Lady, a wife, and a mother should be. Michelle is never too busy being First Lady to be a wife to her husband, and a mother to her children. While Mrs. Michelle Obama keeps up with the politics of this nation and gets involved in a limited amount, she is more concerned about (KKK) killed hundreds of Blacks in South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi and other Southern states to discourage them from voting in the 1870 elections. In 1877, a compromise be tween Democrats and Republi cans called for the Democrats not to the 1876 presi dential election of Rutherford B. Hays in return for a promise that Hays woul d re move federal troops who had been providing protection for Black voters in the South. In addition Hays would not en force tl1e 15th Amendment and other civil rights laws. This agreement known as the Compromise of 1877, allowed Republicans to "retain power in Washington while racists throughout the country were given free reign and encour agement to oppress and perse cute non-whites." B eg inning in 1878, Blacks were expelled from e lected of fices and Black men and women who tried to vote were fired from their jobs evicted -' from their homes, beaten, lynched and murdered. Black property and business owners were burned out and some Black towns were totally wiped out. In the 188os, Blacks were re. moved from the voter registra tion rolls in the South and were denied the right to vote. By 1900, the number of Black registered voters in Louisiana social issues that affect" chil dren and families. Children's obesity, children's heaJth and children's education are three of her priorities. Various polls tend to indicate that Mrs. Michelle Obama is one of the most popular women in the world. Some polls go so far as to label her as being the most popular. Her smile, warmth and realness just seem to captivate those who come in contact with her. Mrs. Michelle Obama has the doors to the White House to more grassroot pe_ople than probably any other First Lady in the history of the United States. She says the White House is her temporary home, but it belongs to the people all the time. So popular, so respected and so intelligent is Mrs. Michelle Obama until there are those speculating that she could possibly be the first fe male and first Black female to be President of the United States. Of course, that is just speculation for now. In the meantime, America is fortunate to have Mrs. Michelle Obama as the First Lady. had dropped from 130,000 to s ,ooo. In 1944, white-only pri maries were ruled unconstitu tional in aU. S. Supreme Court case Smith us. Allwright, which was brought by NAACP attorney Thurgood Marshall. Between 1945 and 1960, Black, Latino and Native American veterans returning from World War Two and Korea fought against local, state and feder3.1. laws that de nied them the right to vote, after having fought and died for democracy in European countries without the right to vote at home. Many of them were imprisoned, and mur dered often by police and sher-:"" J.uS. During the Civil Rights Movement 1960 1965, resistance to Black voter registration drives b y the KKK, White Citi zens Councils and other racist groups Fesulte4 in tens of thou sands of would-be v oters being fired evicted from rental and share-cropper homes, jailed, murdered and burned out of homes Mass marches, free dom rides and protests in the South led to the passage ofthe 1965 Voting Rights Act after 57 days of filibustering b y South ern Senators attempting to block Act. In 1966, the use of all poll taxes in state elections w_as out lawed b the Supreme Court. Finally, in 2000 prior to the election of George W. Bush Jeb Bush hired a private company associated with the Re publican Party to purge Florida voting rolls of ineligible vqters many of whom were Black Thus, his brother George W. Bush, won the presidential elect ion by 537 votes a win sealed b y th votes of the fi R ep ublican appointees on the Supreme Court. Now:, will you PLEASE GO VOTE? Haram bee!

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Horosco HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--Get into the swing of work early this year to take advantage of opportunities to change your financial land scape. The early bird really does get the worm! You can depend on updated previous research to provide the right data Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-At last you a nd a partner recon nect. Recent stress has kept you apart, but now you get to play to gether and enjoy the magic. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Focus your attentions on re search behind the scenes to discover what will work when you go public You want it all neat and tidy when you present. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Attention to philosophical motives helps relationships grow. Listen to a woman who's re searched a group goal. Her information opens opportunities for all. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Today can really be fun. Enjoy the details, and practical problem solving. Social contacts up the ante, inviting you to present your skills. You' re up to it. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Your attention is on abstract problems or communication with distant associates. Don't expect instant results. Work closely with a partner. Aries (March 21-April 19) -Your attention is on others today. This could be good if you maximize th e opportunities tha t come your way while attending to other people 's concerns Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Spending tim e with a partner or associate opens up opportunities everyw h ere Early in the day, a creative idea gets you started on a new track. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Most of your e n e rgy is directed at others. Work requires research b e for e you tackle a project Con sider the long-term ramifications in your calculations. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Stay close to hom e and work on creative projects today. Do some research. Take care of details from the weeke nd before moving on to the next task Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Stay close to home today. Opportu nities arise for comp leting tasks and organizing space. A trip to the hardware store is in order. Make a list before you go. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You fall into a discuss ion about a creative plan and how it fits with your emotional needs. Others play a practical part with suggestions and committed listening. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Ima gine it to accomplish it now. Multiple opportunities for incr eas ing both bank balance and se lf esteem come with no strings attached. Choose. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN-Caleb and Krystal realize AJ is missing ; Erica discovers an important file; Jackson tells Erica he fears calling Greenlee to the stand. JR claims he 's been awarded temporary c u s tody of AJ; Erica tells Caleb life-changing new s; Ash er is taken to the hospital. Greenlee has Jackson promise h e h as no more tricks up his s leeve; JR and Caleb continue to butt heads ; Colby sits b y Asher s bedside. .BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Eric vows to be b y Stephanie 's side; Nick asks Amber for more designs; Stephanie t ells Nick about h er experience with Dayzee; sparks fly when Eric intro duces Dayzee to Marcus Amber talks her way out of trouble; Ridge offers Bridget a job at Forrester Creations ; Hope tells Liam that s he s suspicious of Amber 's motives with Hope announces to h er family that the Hope for the Future fashion s how has to be mo ed up because of Amber; Hope tells Oliver that Amber used him; Whip grills Amber about her relationship with Oliver. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Caroline admits to Kayla that she switched the test results; Stephanie accepts Nathan 's proposal ; Philip insists to EJ that marriage to Melanie has changed him; Vivian has a nightmare that Kate is sendi n g her sarcophagus to a cre matorium.EJ breaks into Rafe 's loft to find proof of who shot him ; Sami is haunted by her conscience in the form of Arianna ; Hope r e alizes that Trustee Lee may be involved in s omething terrible; Stephanie and Nathan announce their engagement. Stefano thinks EJ still has feelings for Sami ; Vivian continues to have delusions; Jane attempts to transfer Hope; Kayla tells Stephanie the truth about Caroline switching Chloe 's paternity result s; Philip follows Brady to the mausoleum. GENERAL HOSPITAL Siobhan is nabbed by one of the Balkan's h enchmen; Carly is s tood up by Jax; Nik and Liz share trick -or-treati ng with their boys. Carly convinces Spinelli to dig int o the mystery behind Brenda's lat est drama; Ronnie provides C l aire with evidence that Sonny was responsible for Johnny's car bombing ; Patrick apologizes to Lisa. Sonny demands that Claire tell th e truth ; Dante accuses Ronni e of trying agai n to railroad his father; Luke continues to try to win back Tracy. ONE LIFE TO LIFEMarty slaps Natalie a nd vows revenge; Cole shares an emotional reunion with Starr and Hope; Viki and Rex confront Echo with the pendant he took from h er room. Starr, Cole and James hatch a plan to div ert th e police; Echo pumps Roxy for information about Rex; Cristian has an opportunity to go to Paris with Gigi. Tea has a huge emotional mom ent when she sees the urn that supposedly contains her ashes; Shaun talks to Greg a bout Char lene; Starr comforts an emotional Cole. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Daniel and Abby h ave an un expected visitor; Jana deceives Kevin. J.T. and Mac consider le aving Genoa City; Lily catches Cane with Blake. Victoria i s dealt a d evas tating blow ; Blake reminds Cane how much he h as to los e fictures From )he-Fast / I. (L-R): Honorable Donald Kanian, Ambassador to Kenya, was a special guest at a community forum that was held at Hillsborough Community College; Mrs Syvyl Barnes, Director of Community Relations, HCC; and Henry Carley, also an offical atHCC. Smiling young faces during graduation at Faith Temple Nursery-and Kindergarten School. Row 1 (L-R): Lynette Patrick, Iris Walton, Vmcent Shorter, Shulenia Handy and Stephine Ashwood. Row 2 (L-R): Maxine Hamilton, Andrea Griffin Renialdo Corneijo Ira Flowers, Anna Carrington and Sarah Sander. Row 3 (L-r_: ,!') 1\) 0 ..... 0 "" r-0 :::0 c )> CJ) m z ::::f z m r-CJ c: r rm ::::f z c: tD r-(i; ::I: m c Eugene Scurella, Alisa Holley Yolanda Dickerson, LaRhonda Johnson, Yvette Hunter and Cornell Hillard. 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oi------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------=-Natibnal African American Woman Named Drugs Found To Parole Commission Board Inside Jailed her wholeheartedly." Pregnant Woman O Ms. Jenkins, a re s ident of D -Brth z Tallahassee, currently serves as urlnU I >=' the Contract Manager Supervi-i sor for the Florida Department en of Children and Families Sub-stance Abuse Program Office. 1-A career criminal justice c a: LL 0 z < c en w ;:) 1-MS. CASSANDRA JENKINS Appointed to the Florida Parole Commission Last week, Tena M. Pate, Chairman of the Florida Parole Commission, announced the appointment of Ms. Cassandra D. Jenkins, of Tallahasto a six-year term on the Florida Parole Commission Her term begins in January 2011. Ms. Jenkins was selected from a list of three finalists by the Governor and Cabinet dur ing their regular Cabinet meet ing Commission Chairman Pate stated, I congratulate Ms. Jenkins on her appointment and look forward to wol-king with her on the Com mission : She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the agency, and we welcome professional, Ms. Jenkins has over 27 years of experience working with law enforcement agencies, social service agen cies, and civic organizations She has held various management and supervisory posi tions with the Florida Department of Juve nile Justice (DJJ) and the Florida Depart ment of Law Enforcement. Ms. Jenkins graduated with honors from Florida State University with graduate and undergraduate d eg r ees in Criminology and Sociology. Sh e has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Na tional President of the Florida State University Black Alumni Association. A life member of the Na tional Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Ms. Jenkins has served as President of the Tal lahassee Chapter of Zonta International and currently serves on civic and sports-relat ed orga ni zations and committees. w > w c w ::E: en ::::i m ;:) Senator Jovner, Tallahassee Mavor Marks Make Final Push To Get Out Vote c. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor State Senator Arthenia Joyner and Tallahassee Mayor John Marks talked with the African American ...J w media Thursday afternoon Z about the final push to get out i= the vote. Democratic National z w Committee Aide, Steve en Walker coordinated the con< c a: 0 ...J LL ference Joyner and Marks told the media to us e the personal in fluence they have in the vari ous com unitie s to get out the vote. "The deadline for many of your publications may hav e passed but you, too can knock on doors and join phone banks, they said. "Use your voice." Senator Joyner told tho se on the line how important it is to get African Americans out on Tuesday, November 2nd. "This is not a time in hi story when we need to turn the clock back. .. on the work President (Barack) Obama has don e. This i s a life or death issue and we've got to move, she said. We've got to stand with President Obama." Mayor Marks said the Re covery and Re-Investment Act is working in our communi ties b ealthcare reform is better than anything we ve had in So years, although it may ne d to b e tweaked several times; 9,200 teachers stil l ha ve jobs; he's pushed through credit card r eform, education reform among 9thers. W e've endured 10 years of unrestrained spending by Re publicans. So we cannot listen to the rhetoric go in g around. W e've got to move forward and support President Obama," he said. Mayor Marks pointed out that President Obama and the Whit e House are very ac cessible. That didn t happ n under the Bush Administra tion, h e said. "When v r I've placed a call over th e past 18 months I get a returned call within 24 hours," h e said. "We cannot let that kind of access get away from u s." Don't Forget To VOTE. Todavl OHIO--A Cincinnati giving birth while locked up also made another delivery. Police said nurses examining a pregnant jail inmate in Cincinnati found a baby wasn't the only thing she was carrying. Authorities stated that 24year-old, January Newport was being prepared for a Ce sarean section last month when nurses found 15 pills used to treat hidden in her vagina. The Dayton woman had been arrested the day before on a theft charge alleging she stole a computer from a Cincinnati a rea Walmart s tore. Captain Kangaroo's Beloved Mr. Baxter' Dies At92 JAMES WALL NEW YORK-James Wall, Captain Kangaroo s neighbor "Mr. Baxter" on the children's show and longtime stage manager for CBS News, has died. He was 92. CBS News says Wall died last Wednesday in New York City after a short illnes The former vaudevillian joined the popular children's s ho w in 1962 as a s t age manager before persuading the s how s producers to create its first Black character in 1968. He played B;n'1:er and another recurring roll o n the how unti11978 Wall was a stage manager for many CBS broadcasts over the years, including "6o Min utes ," "Face the Nation," and the US Open Tennis Champi onships. In 1994, Wall was honored with an achievement award b y the Director's Guild of America. Black Man Dragged Bv Cab Driver After Asking To Go To Brooklvn NEW YORK--A man in New York City is hoping that his story will help shed light on the problems that African Americans face when trying to do the simple task of hailing a cab. According to published re ports, Jerrell Horton, 23, was dragged more than a block after flagging down a cab to get to his home in Brooklyn, New York. The college graduate said that after waiting for 45 minutes a cab driver pulled over to pick him up. After asking the cabbie to take him to Brooklyn, the cab driver sped off while Horton was getting in the car causing the door to close on his jacket. Unable to escape, Horton was drug more than a block be fore loosening himself. free. The man suffered minor in juries, but lQSt his wallet, glasses, keys and cell phone during the incident. Horton said, "I was screaming at him to stop, but he would not stop. I struggled and struggled until I finally pulled free." Firelighter Axed For Taking Crash-Scene Video GEORGIA --A Georgia firefighter is being accused of taking a cell phone video of a young woman killed in a car crash and then sharing the video. The video ultimately reached her parent's hands. Firefighter Terrence Reed is set to lose his job at the Spalding County Fire Depart ment. Authorities say he video taped the body of 23-year-ol
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ALFREDA WILLIAMS 10/30/10 Happy 50th birthday Mother From, all7 of your kids. We love you, Black Beautie, 10/30/10. FYI 4th Annual Career And College Fest Planned On Wednesday, November 3rd, the Hillsborough County School District will host its 4th Annual Career and Col. lege Fest. The event will take place at the Florida State Fairgrounds Special Events Center. The Career and College Fest designated for middle school students and their families will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. High schoo1 students and their families will attend the event from 4 p .m. to 7 p.m. The purpose of the event is to inform students and par ents of educational and ca reer opportunities that ma y be available. The students and their parents will have the opportunity to speak one on-one with college and tech nical school representatives about career paths training industry certification and ap prenticeships. Terry Wilfong, Presi dent of collegeoptions n et will s peak to students and families about colleg e admis sions and finding money for college at 6:15p.m. Admission and parking are free for the Fest For more information call 813231-1860 or visit http: //www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/CTE/ccf.asp. Tampa Bav Senior Expo At St. Pete Times Forum The Tampa Bay Senior Expo is coming to th e St. Pete Times Forum, 401 Channelside Dr. in dow.n town Tampa (33602). This i s a special event designed for seniors who want to make the most of their golden years! For one day only at the St. Pete Times Forum meet local profes sio nal s who offer expertise in financial planning, health, fitness home improvement, recreation and more. Sen iors don't want to miss thi s special expo on Wednesday, November 3 from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. The Tampa Bay Senior Expo is a free day of educa tional seminars, as w e ll as fun and entertainment! There will be live musicians, games and door prizes. Stroll through the floor and brow se exhibits from ov r 60 l ocal organizations offer in g products, tip s, advice and free giveaways If you want to mak your lif e the be s t it can be ... this i a great way to get s t arted! There will be health creen ings a nd insuranc e semi nars, with per s onal on -onone contact. Visit with re s id e ntial communit i es and local hospital s so you ca n make educated deci ions. It's yo ur chance to get give aways, special coupons and new products from Bay area companies. Get ready for fun in this spec ial day dedicated to se n ior s. Take charge of your golden years at the Tampa Bay Senior Expo! For additional inform at ion contact: Dave LaBell, 727 893 8523. Pam Blocker Celebrates 50th Birthdav Mona and Riley Johnson and M(!e Alice ,Judge, godmother and godsisters of the honoree. Birthday party guests included Melvenia and LaToya Davis and Mamie Dismuke. We Salute Our Service Men And Women Enlistees In Service To Countrv Complete Training Programs (AIT). School. Pic. Maegan E. Hargis has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. She z 0 < m 3: m m ::tJ I\) 0 ..... 0 Several former members of the community who have en listed in the military recentl y graduated. After completing their training, the enlistees are now prepared to pursue future endeavors. Bowden is the son of Richardeen Bowden, of Tampa He is a 2008 gradu ate of Southeast High School, Bradenton FL. Pic. Taylor R. Gearing has graduated from basic in fantry training at Fort Ben ning, Columbus, GA. is the daughter ofVeronica "TT r White, of Tampa, and Greg 0 Hargis, of Cocoa Beach ; FL ::tJ Hargis graduated in 2006 C Pic. Christopher R. Bowden has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Knox, KY, which included basic combat training and advanced individual training ::t> from Tampa Catholic High CJ) He is the so n of Pauline an d Robert Gearing, Tampa. Gearing is a 2010 graduate of Wharton High School, and received an Asm z sociate's degree in 2009 ::f from Hillsborough Commu-Z m nity College. r HCC Brandon Campus Part-Time Faculty Openings Hillsborough Community College's Brandon Campus invites qualified applicants fOI' current and projected port-time Faculty openings. Candidates must meet the minimum educational requirements including a mas1er's degree in th e discipfine 01' a master s degree with 18 graduate seme ste r hours in the discipline The Brandon Campus Is seeking candidates In the following areas: Accounting Earth Science Philosophy Anatomy ond Physiology Economics Physics Biology English and Literature Poillcal Science Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Psychology CAD Engineering History Reading Chemistry Humanities Sociology Communl c olloru Management/Supervision Speech Computer Sciences Mathematics The Brandon Campus will host an open house to provide additional information about the openings. For c ons i deration candidate s should bring a resume and on unofficial transcript -' Brandon Campus Open House Thursday, November 4, 6:30-8:00 p.m. 10414 E. Columbus Drive, just off Falkenburg AdmlnfstraHon Building, Rooms 116-117 for addltlonallnformatton please mall ecangiOtu;cft.edu or speac:ock40hc:cft.edu. Hlltsborough Community CohOe It on eqval O C COS$/eQuol opportvnlty toot make employment and edlcotlon-feloted deehlons withOut regard t o race. color. gendM. relg1on, notional OI1Qio. age. dlsobllly, sel z c "TT ::tJ c

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N Pastor Given 15 Years In Credit Union Fraud Case c en .---------------, ty measures, used the person-1-al information of others, bo th PASTOR DONNELL WILUAMS A Tampa minister was sen tenced to 15 yea rs in prison in connection with allegations involving a fraud scheme at a Tampa credit union. He was given credit for time served :::=: since his arrest in July 2009. C Pastor Donnell Dewitt a: Williams, 37, who is the LL pastor of the House of Praise C Church Of God In Christ was charged with money launder> ing, grand theft and 6 counts of fraudulent use of personal en information. Williams was employed at 1-the credit union as a branch manager and loan officer. He w was accused of using "his tri position to establish frauduC lent loans to co-defendants by Ul falsifying the loan applications. Williams also used his :J position to circumvent securiwith and without their consent and received monetary gain from doing so. Williams also engaged in money laundering by filtering the ill-gotten funds various other accounts," police said : The Hillsborough County Economic Crimes Unit tives determined that the alleged crimes occurred between July 26, 2006 through February 12, 2009. The investigation involved mor e than 120 loan accounts and a liabiHty exposure of more th an $400,000 to th e credit union. Others arrested with Williams were Kenta Rashawn Fabian, 24; Larry Eugene Grace, 39; and Erick Rashad Barr, 32. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office began the investigation after Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Risk Management contacted police in reference to individuals obtaining fraudulent loans in February 2009. Employees are said to have requeste d the investigation after discrepancies were dis covered with several loans. ml-----------------------------------------Q. z lij ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. co w CJ Investigator Repons Cause 01 Fire As Arson On 'saturday night, Tampa Fire Rescue units responded to a fire at 2908 North 22nd Street. When units arrived, they reported smoke coming from a vacant si ngl e story busin ess. Th e fire was under control in 15 minutes and no one was injured An inves tigator with the Tampa Fire Mar s hal' s Office determined the fire was intentionall y set. The building s uffered mod e rate damage and the in vesti gators report said this arson is not related to other fires in the area The Revivalist Pastor G. I. Bradley of Providence M. B. Church, Palma o FL So come and be blessed by this great man of Godl REV. CARNELL UPSHAW Block Party/Health Fair--FREEI FREEl Food, Fun, and Fellowship Saturday, Nov. 6 From 11 am to 5pm Vendors will be present also! Everyone is Welcome! Former Tampan, Sentinel Emplovee Dies 01 Complication From Diabetes Johnny L. Jacobs, a former Tampa resident and Account Executive with the Sentinel died on October 21, 2010 in his hometown of Yulee, FL from complications of diabetes. He was 68 years old. Jacobs graduated from Peck High School in Fernandina Beach, FL in 1961. He served 8 years in the U. S. Air Force and was a Vietnam Veteran. Ending his military career in Tampa at MacDill Air Force Base, Jacobs joined JOHNNY L. JACOBS the Sentinel staff. He was employed .for several years before being inspired to start his own newspaper, The Inner City Bulletin. Funeral services were held in Yulee on Friday, Oct. 29th with burial in Jacksonville National Cemetery. Among his survivors are: children, Angela Jacobs-Johnson (Darryl),. -Jacksonville, Johnny Jacobs, Jr., April 0. Jacobs, Tampa; adopted daughter, Vickie Sheppard (Montique), and other family members and friends. Ministers Urge Parishioners To Get Out And Vote Bay area ministers were among the citizens who pledged to get the vote out for the General Election. The ministers continued giving out the message of getting out to vote through this past Sunday Among those who attended a meeting of ministers at Allen Temple AME Church, Rev. Michael Bouie, pastor, were: From left, Rev. Willie G. Dixon, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Rev. Michael Bouie, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Rev. Henry Green and Bishop James H. Howell. These ministers are: in front, Rev. Waltt!r Lassiter and Rev. Patricia Mosley; rear, Rev. James Sykes, Rev. James Givens, Rev. Henry Green, Rev. Charles Coy, Rev. K. Bouie and Rev. Esther Eva. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) 1

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:..:t Local c Teenager Graduates From Modeling School BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, a young teenager completed requirements to graduate from modeling school. She completed 12 months of training at John Casablanca Modeling School. Delsa Collins plans to combine modeling with her future goals of becoming apediatrician. Delsa is currently a student at Williams I. B Middle School where she maintains a 3 9 grade point average. A seventh grade student, Delsa e njoys the challenges that come with attending an I. B. school. She is the Secretary of the Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. Am icettes, a member of the Na tional Honor Society and has been the recipient of the Pre sident's Award of Excellence Certificate signed b y President Barack Obama. Delsa was also recognized by the Hillsborough County Talent Recognition Progr am She plans to take the SAT Col. lege Entrance Examination in January. DELSA COLUNS Delsa has already been ac cepted to participate in the Hillsborough County Scholars Summe r Academy at the University of Tampa. The academy will begin n ext June. Delsa is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delvin (Erica) Collins. She has one brother, Delvin, Jr. Her mother said she loves to dance and that Delsa is a very talented artist who loves to draw. Mrs. Collins further said that Delsa is not sure which co ll ege she will attend in the future. Howe ver, s h e is think ing about attending the Uni versity of South Florida. New Tutoring Program Available BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ietia Price co-founded a tutoring program this past summer called Clear Intentions. "It's a pilot program to help kids retain what they need during the 2 to 3 months they're out of school during the summer," said Price. "I got a vision 10 years ago .of a program that would help our children retain their educational skills during the summer, and I really have a passion for helping all of our young people." Price said right now, the program can handle 7 to 8 students, and she says that helps in being able to individ ualize them. "We tutor them on basic math, algebra, reading, vo cabulary; comprehension, and fluency. "We welcome all ages, and right now, we have from second grade to adults. There are a lot of adults who can't read and won't admit it, because they think it's embarrassing or it's not something they really need to function. Price said illiteracy is something she will campaign against until all adults and children have at least the basic reading skills. To learn more about this tutoring program, call (813) 924-4128. DID YOU KNOW 50% OF ALL Yount GOING THROUGH THE HIU.SSOROUOH COUNTY JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM ARE AFRICAN AMERICAN I WE MUST STOP THISII HOW CAN YOU HELP? Sign up to be a mentor through Big Brothere Big SIJters .AJ 1llC 8-m\':. Contact Laura Prevatte (813) 769.3606 Laura.prevatte@bbbs.org www.bbbsfl.org Professor Speaks Out On Juan Williams BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Hillsborough Community College Professor of History, Dr. Keith Berry, wants to know why National Public Radio (NPR) took so long to fire Juan "Uncle Juan" Williams. In thewake of 9/11 a Black comedian once said he got on a plane and was lucky enough to get a seat b y himself. He said 30 seconds later, a man of Arab decent sat next to him. "The comic said, I know I should not racially profile but I stared a t him for four hours anyway, the way white folks u sed to look at me, sa id Dr. Berry. R ecently, Fox News analyst Juan Williams, made s im ilar r acial l y insensitive comments on a Fox News program with host Bill O'Reilly. Williams stated, I mean look Bill, I'm not a bigot. You know the kind of books I've written about the Civil Rights Movement in this country. But when I get on a plane I got to tell yo u if I see people who are in Mu lim garb and I think, you know they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous. Juan Williams is not a comedian, but he was a former reporter for the Wash ington Post for over twenty years and a senior correspondent for National Public Radio and a Fox News panelist on Fox News Sunday. Unfortunately, National Public Radio handled this si tuation poorly ," said Dr. Berry. "NRP leadership should DR. KEITH BERRY have met with Williams in person and asked him to choose which organization he intended to continue working for as a n employee rather than firing him by phone. NPR's response aside I am disappointed on many levels with the actions of Mr. Williams." Dr. Berry said he' s saddened that an African Amer ican man steeped in the knowledge of racism and op pression that is such a prominent facet of American life and history would project the same shameful animus toward another racial group. In fact, simpl y substitute the term Black men in hip hop gear for Muslim garb and say when I see Black men, I get nervous I get wor ried," and it is evident that the outrage would be greater from some quarters in Amer ica Secondly, it is disturbing that Williams has allowed himself to be seen and used a a victim of upposed left wing intolerance when he has decided to for a network that lacks journalist' credibility and is generally hostile toward African Amer icans and the Democratic Party. Remember, Fox is the news organization that given one million dollars the Republican Na Governor 's Association, which is an obvious -.v uu.-.c1 claims to anced." Dr. Berry m m ::a 1\) 0 -0 Williams has allowed himself to be defended b y "T1 intolerant talk show hosts 5 such as Glenn Beck, who fa-::a mously called C Obama a racist with deep seated hatred for white m ple or white culture. "N ational Public Radio z should have fired "Uncle m r-Juan", because he disrespects the memory of Americans like Rashad Sultan Khan, who was born a Mus lim in tD c r rm :::::t z Jersey and was 14 years old at "'D the time of 9 /11. Kareem waited until he was old C enough to join the army serve his country and m his life in Iraq. Don't Forget To VOTE Todavt < m ::a -< -1 c m en c :J> z c ::a 6 TO A CHILD'S POTENTIAL BECOME A FOSTER PARENT www.heartlandforchlldren.orQ 863.519.8900 ext. 289

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c a: u.. c z < c en w l-it w > w c w J: en :::J m D.. z t= w ..J ..J m ..J w z t= z w en C PanvTimeAt Tampa live Tampa LIVE is still the place to go for those who lik e to party. (Photos By Julia Jackson) Ms. Divia will always greet you at Tampa UVE. Mr. Ebony Man dressed to impress at Tampa UVE. a: 0 From left to right at Tampa LIVE: Mr. James, Bobby.Wllds, and Earl. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend ''OUR THANK YOU'' oPEN HOUSE It was Birthdav Time At The Broadwav Bar B. J. was surrounded by family and friends recently at the Broadway Bar who came out to help her celebrate her birthday. Donald came out to help B. J. celebrate her birthday. Randall 'C' was at the controls providing the sound for B. J.'s birthday party Tammy (standing) and the birthday girl, B. J. Ronnie and joined B. J. at the Broadway Bar. Bikers T. J. and V. J. come together at B. J.'s party. . Richard and T. J. didn't miss a beat at B. J.'s birthday party.

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tertainment c: Mariah Carev Shvne Apologizes Young Buck Filing lawsuit Confirms Pregnancv In !no Reid Against The IRS And 50 Cent Mariah Carey, 41, has confirmed what's been specu lated for months, that she's pregnant with her first child. The singer and wife to Nick Caiulon made the announce ment last Thursday, "Yes we are pregnant, this is true!" Carey that she was due in the spring but would not say how far along she is in her pregnancy Her husband also joined in on the conversation and re vealed a little known and very personal fact, that Mariah was previo usl y pregnant two years ago and suffered a mis carriage. "Uh, it's absolutely emo tional but first, so many rea sons I mean obviously the greatest gift on earth is a child," Cannon said "But ... you know how much we have been through, you know." Carey also says she con ceived naturally and that they would not be finding out whether the baby was a bo y or a girl before its birth. T.l.'s Wile Tinv Charged With Ecstasv Possession T.I. And TINY T.I. may have walked but Tiny didn't. The wife of The King has been charged with one count of misdemeanor drug posses sion stemming from her and T.I.'s arrest in September. T.I. and his wife, Tiny were arrested last month in L.A for po ssession of a controlled sub stance, after they were pulled over in: West Hollywood and found in possession of ecstasy Prosecutors charged Tameka Cottle with poss ession of ecstasy last Friday and she was due in court for an ar raignment yesterday, Nov. 1 in Beverl y Hills. T.I. however wasn't charged by L.A. County District Attor ney who rejected the drug case stemming from his arrest last month. T.I. won't b e pro sec uted because he's already set to serve 11 month s in prison for proba tion violation and was sched uled to turn himself in yesterday, Nov e mb r 1st. m t e r v i e w Former G-Unit so ldier S: Shyne t a lk ed Young Buck has decided to abo ut how fight back against the Internal :::C working with Revenue Service after they N L.A. Reid raided his home. was a "night-Young Buck is suing the mare" and __._.........._ IRS over a raid of his property that Reid SHYNE that he claims hindered his did not care about Hip-Hop. "Def Jam, well I don't know about Def Jam it' s a big ques tion mark. You know L.A. Reid don't believe in Hip Hop an d h e 's not committed to Hip-Hop. They got rid of him, so I don't know who's coming in, but dealing with him was a nightmare. Not that he's a bad guy, but to have someone who doesn't under stand the biggest genre in music how can you not re spect our culture? So it all re ally dep e nds who they put in his place to see whether or not I continue my relationship with Def Jam. ability to make money and ul timately pay off the debts. An auction of Buck's seized property was scheduled for October 28th, but was re portedly canceled. The IRS raided Young Buck's Nashville, TN home over an unpaid $300,000 tax bill. The Feds took recording equipment, jewelry, furniture as well as awards and plat inum plaques in an effort to get their money Although they took the ma jority of his property, they did spare Buck his home and veYOUNG BUCK bides. -.. In addition to suing the IRS, Young Buck bas also previously stated that be is planning to sue so Cent and G-Unit Records for allegedly black-balling him in the music industry. The former Bad boy has is sued an open letter apology to L.A. Reid, for throwing him under the bus. Oprah Sued For Plagiarizing "I was wrong about m y as sessment of Chairman Reid. After I stopped being all Carl Thomas emotional and things like that, I thought about the facts. Fact is L.A Reid was there when I was locked up a few feet away from death row and the Black Panthers. L.A. was on the visit floor on Rikers Island lookin g at m e through th em blinding bars, showing me he believed in that gang boy revolutionary music I make. A bond forged at th e nadir of sufferi ng [that's] unbr eakab le That's why I chose L.A. Reid over all the other distributors. We al ready went through it I'll never forget what L.A. did for me behind that b-wall. Caged like an animal, stripped of all my rights ; be gave me free dom-freedom to follow m y vision. Freedom to make my momma smile after so many tears and l ee pl nights weeping for her bab bo like Rachel the matriarch weep for the Israelites." An author bas decided to sue Oprah Wmfrey for allegedl y plagiarizing a political booklet he says he sent to her two ye ars ago. Charles Harris,claims he sent 10 copies of the booklet Ho w America Elects Her Pres idents, to The Oprah Winfrey Show in an attempt to have Winfrey promote it on the program. He s_?ys he didn t hear back from the show prior to a Feb ruary 2009 episode in which he claims Winfrey plagi a rized him b reading questions contained in the booklet. Harris claims that "the lan guage and tructure of the questions were exactly same" and added that "was also highly praising information contained in booklet." Harris' lawsuit, seeks up $150,000 in damages per un lawful use. Travie McCov Arrested For vandalizing The Berlin Wall "Billionaire" rapper Travie McCoy was arrested in Germany after Berlin police of ficers witnessed him spraying gr.affiti on the Berlin Wall. Travie was taken into custody by officers and later released on $1,500 bail. The frontman of the Gym Class Heros may have told on him self by tweeting about TRAVIE MCCOY his vandalizing as he was doing it. Told you!!! Had to do it, blame it on the devil, everyone else does!" McCoy then admitted to hi trouble via twitt r but posted bail an d w nt on to perforTI:l in Am t rdam, as pr vi ously schedu l ed.

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rts a: w m w i) Bucs In Tie For NFCSouth z 0 en w ::J 1-Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount (27) goes in for the winning TD. 0 a: LL On Sunday in Glendale, Arizona, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the 0 Arizona Cardinals 38-35. :i The Bucs (5-2) had to hold > off the Cardinals after posting a 31-14 lead. en Josh Freeman finished the evening completing 18 of 1-25 passes for 278 yards and a touchdown. w Newly acquired running Gj back LeGarrette Blount, o rushed 22 times for 120 W yards and a pair of scores But it wa s th e Buc can ee r ;:j defense that turned in the best performance of the day c. The defense score d two Z touchdowns on interceptij tions, one by Geno Hayes :::j and another by Aqib Talib. ::J The Cardinals quarterm backs, Derek Anderson uj and Max Hall, both tossed Z a pair of interceptions, and i= their star running back, z w Beanie Wells, was held to en so yards on 16 carries C Although the Buccaneer a: defense didn't put much 0 pressure on either quarterit back, they did make a stand against the run, and defended the pass pretty good, although they did surrender a couple of touchdown toss es to Larry Fitzgerald. Throughout Sunday's broadcast, form e r Balt imore Ravens Head Coach Brian Billick, made critical statements about the Bucs espe cially Josh Freeman. He also constantly criticized th e Bucs defense ev e n aft e r th ey s cored a pair of touchdowns. For weeks, Bucs h ead coac h Raheem Morris h as s aid hi s t ea m i s th e b es t in th e NFC. At this point of th e sea on, the Buc s are th e b es t team in the NFC a n d until prove n othe rw i se, th e co m ments about how Morris fee l s about hi s young t eam should be more carefully cho en And as far a s Cl ear Channel sports radio p e r sonality Dan Sileo i con c erned, before you make a comment about someone's hair, know what y ou r e talk ing about. Josh Freeman's hair is naturally curly, and there's no reason he should cut it off. He does not have a jheri curl, and that hair style ended around the same time as Sileo's NFL career. The Bucs now share their division lead with the Atlanta Falcons, who they will be visiting next Sunday. Ohio Radio Station Has curse Put On LeBron James LEBRON JAMES It was evident from the post "Decision" jersey burnings that some people in Cleveland were hoping for LeBron James' dovvnfall. Now one man has enlisted the services of a witch doctor's curse to help insure that the King will have an unsucce s sfu l reign in South Beach Rover, a Cleveland radio host on Rover's Morning Glory" -commissioned a witch doctor to put a curse on the two-time MVP for s k ating from-the Ca valiers during the offsea s on Durin g th e nationall y s yn di ca t e d s h ow a wit c h doctor name d Samhain, utili zed blood (w e don' t even want to kn o w w ho s ) bones and James' H e a t jersey in the morbid ce r emony. He a l s o cha:IIe nged listen e r s to simultane ou s l y chann e l their n egative energy toward the city s f ormer golden boy. A broken l e g h and or othe r d ebilitating injur) would beth b e t outcome Rover s aid. "A t the v e r y l e a t a ordid s xual misconduct accu ation against LeBron would be alright I suppose." Allen Iverson Agrees To Contract With Team In Turkev After posting 11 all-star game appearances, 4 scoring titles and delivering countless broken ankles, it finally appears Allen Iverson's services are no long wanted in the NBA, so it's on to the next one. Iverson has agreed to sign a two-year contract worth $4 million to play with Besiktas of the Turkish professional league ALLEN IVERSON Dwight Howard Tries To Score With Kids' CD NEW YORK -Dwight Howard may be the NBA's Superman, but when it comes to making music, he'll admit to having at least one flaw. "I'm not good at rapping, I'll say that," he says. "But singing, I can hold a note. I'm pretty good. If I had to sing in front of a big crowd, I don t thiQ.k I'd be that shy. There's nothing timid about the Orlando Magic star' s musical CD debut. This week, as the league opened the NBA season, he released "Shoot for the DWIGHT HOWARD'S CD Stars ," a CD for kids that has the center singing songs by Michael Jackson, Harry Belafonte and the Black Eyed Peas and even rapping MC Hammer' s U Can t Touch This. No oner on Table' For lawrence Tavlor NEW CITY NY -Lawrence Taylor'_ s lawyer says there's no plea offer on the table at least now, in the rape case against the pro football great. Taylor appeared last Thursday in a suburban New York court on charges of having sex with a 16-yearold prostitute. He remains free on bail. Lawrence Taylor, right, is accompanied by his attorney Arthur Aidala as he leaves a co1,1rt appearance at the Rockland County courthouse in New City, N.Y. The ex-NFL MVP is accus d of pa ing $300 to ha e s with the Bronx runawa in a suburban hotel room in Ma He has pleadd not guilty to third-d gree rape, patronizing a pro titut s xual abu'se and ndang ring a child. Attorney Arthur Aidala a hi eli nt i calling th 1 gal shots and is 1 aning toward going to trial. Th lin back r I d th N w York Giants to Super Bowl titl in 198 7 and 1991.

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---------------------------------, c Sports Barrv Bonds wants To Share HiDing Tips As Coach BARRY BONDS SAN FRANCISCO -Barry Bonds believes these Giants can give San Francisco the World Series title h e was una bl e to deliver in his 15 yea rs with the. team. "They don't need me," Bonds said before the game. They re fine b y themselves. The y were in Game 1 against the Texas Rangers, hitting their way to an 117 win Wednesday night with Bonds c heering from the s t a nd s I lo ve being home. I lo ve b e in g h e r e," h e said. Bonds talk ed briefly just after l eavi n g the G i a nt s clubhouse about a h a l f-hour b efore th e game. When as k e d if he d like to do more than just c h eer o n hi s former team Bonds said he would be interested in becoming a hit tin g coach in th e future lik e Mark McGwire is doing in St. Louis. I have a gift and soo n er or later I have to give it away," Bonds sa id I have to" share it. Hopefully I'll get the opportunity h e re. B-onds broke McGwire's single-season home run record w ith 73 in 2001 a nd went on to s urpass Hank Aaron's career mark of 755 in his final season in 2007. The seven-time NL MVP hit 762 career homers Rams Retire Bruce's Number ISAAC BRUCE ST. LOllS-Isaac Bruce has b ecome the first member of the "Greatest Show on Turf" era Rams to have his number retired. The Rams honore d the 37year-old wide receiver before Sunday's game against Carolina, the crowd greeting him with chants of "Bruce," just as they did in his prime. Bruce was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the second round (33rd overall) in 1994 and spent 14 seasons with the team. He holds every major receiving record in Rams history, including most career receptions ( 942), career yards receiving (14,109) and touchdown catches (84). He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection with St. Louis before ending his career with two seasons in San Francisco. Bruce was traded back to St. Louis in July to retire as a Ram. Blazers De.cide Not To Extend Oden GREGODEN -NEW YORK -The Portland Trail I}lazers won't offer a contract extensio n to former No. 1 pick Greg Oden before the Monday deadline a team spokesman said Saturday. The and Oden's representativ es agreed thete would b e no exte n sion, mak ing the oft-injured center the first top pick since Kwame Brown not to get one at the end of his rookie contract. Teams hav e until Monday to reach deal s with first-round picks from the 2007 draft. But Portland has n't seen enough of Oden, who has played in only 82 games s inc e h e was picked a h ad of Kevin Durant. H e ha s been si d e lin ed si n ce fracturing his left patella last Dec. 5 Vikings Waive Moss RANDY MOSS Randy Moss was waived b y the Vikings on Monday just weeks after Minnesota traded a third-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for the receiver. Chris Mortensen weighs in on the Vikings' decision to waive Randy Moss and dis cusses w h a t comes n ex t for th e seven-time Pro Bowler. Vikings players said Monday that coach Brad Childress told them that Moss "is no l onger with us." Linebacker Ben Leber told the Star Tribune that Childress didn' t give the team a reason for Moss' ouster from Minnesota. "No reason, really, [he] just wanted to give everybody a heads-up and say this i s what's going on, and that's it," Leber told the newspaper. "He didn't really dive into any details and just said that's what we're goin g to go with ' Moss' agent said the receiver was saddened by being placed on waivers. Moss will be on waivers for the next 24 hours. Buffalo the team with the worst record in the league, has the first shot to claim Moss. The Patriots, who own the NFL's best record would only have a chance to claim Moss if the NFL 's other 31 teams pass If Moss isn t claimed h e will be free to sign with any team. Any team claiming Moss on waivers would owe him nin e game checks (out of 16 approximately $3-4 million) of his $6.4 million base salary. Parker Signs Extension With Spurs SAN ANTONIO -Tony Parker swore h e didn t want to l eave the Spurs, and h e ha s a new contract to finall y prove it. The Spurs sig n ed Parker to a multiyear exten sion Saturday that preserves their three-time NBA champion core of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and the star point guard, and puts a n abrupt end to what would've un doubtedly b ee n a season of speculation. T h e ext n s ion is for $50 million over four years, accord in g to Parker's web site BEAUTY UNLIMITED MARIA This is the time of year when you just want to kick back, relax and P,lan for the holidays, Maria, as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, makes it all worthwhile. This young lady loves to model and feels right at home in front of the camera. She's also careful enough to only surround herself with positive people who are going some where in life. Congratulations to Maria as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. 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0 c a: u.. c z < c en w :::1 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :J OJ :::1 a. z i= w ..J ..J :::1 OJ MR. FOREST COOPER Mr. Forest Cooper of 20304 Oak Key Court, passed away Tuesday, October 26, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 12 p. m. at Camp Springs in Sandersville, Georgia, with Rev. Sammy Rovers, officiating. Interment will follow in Camp Springs Cemetery. Mr. Cooper was a native of Boston, Massachusetts, and a resident of Tampa for 20 years. He attended Boston High School. He was employed as a warehouse worker at Pace Em-ployment. He leaves to cherish his memory: daughter, Vontavius Cooper, and 5 sons, Markevis, Markis, Markel, Marketavis and Clifford Cooper, and their mother, Latisha Hammond; parents, Mrs. Charlie Mae Cooper and the late Mr. Russel Cooper, Sr. and Mrs. Margaret Washington-Knight and the late Mr. Albert Knight, Sr.; 3 sisters, Katie Brown, Trendie Newby and Glenda Washington; 5 brothers, Freddy Washington, Albert Knight, Jr., Joe Nathan Knight, Lance James and Rus sel Cooper, Jr.; 3 brothers-inlaw, William Brown, Christopher Nelson and Ronnie Barnum; 2 sisters-in-law, Sharon Knight and Chanitta James; a hos t of nieces and nephews, Rashad and Ramon Washington, Kaleesha Brown, Alaya, and Lee Ann Knight, Demon James, Gary Mnngen, Chrishaundra Nelson, Chalancia and James, Jr.; grandmothers, Louise Washington, Lyndria Darby and Loshell Darby; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. ..J The remains will repose after W 5 p. m., Wednesday, November Z 3, 2010, at Ray Williams Fui= neral Home, 301 N. HowardAvz enue. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to < RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL C HOME, Rhodes & Northern, a: Owners. 0 www.raywilliams{uneral-..J u.. home.com. MRS. ODESSA YOUNGBLOOD GYDEN Mrs. Odessa Youngblood Gyden passed from this life on Friday, October 29, 2010, under the care of LifePath Hospice. A celebration of life service Will be held on Friday, November 5, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 West Cypress Street, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, pastor, with Rev. George Sadler, officiating. Interment will follow in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL Dessa was born December 31 1927, in Rochelle, Georgia, to Leon and Violet Youngblood, both of whom preceded her in death. Fond memories will remain with her loving, devoted family: William Johnson; her children, Bernard Gyden, Sr., Walter Gyden, Jr. (Marion), Jeanette Roberts (Rev. Ricky), and Deborah Felder (Robert); brother, Rubin Youngblood; sister, Annie Lois Jenkins; grandchildren, Zenobia Stephens, Nicole Gyden, Bernard Gyden, II, Dana Gyden, Walter Gyden, ill (Tynette), Adrian Hughes (Katrina), John M. Rutledge, Jr. (Arthena), Deitra h Felder, Robert E. Felder, Bobbi Felder and Tonya Gigax; great grandchildren, Zacorre Smith, Rashinae Stephens, Raniya Stephens, Jerel Hollinger, Nik:ia Cooper :r.jae Garland, Srianna Gy d e n Carlton Jones, Jr., TraeVonte Boykins, \"\'alter Gyden, IV, Antwon D arden, Antron Darden, Devontae Hughes, Jaylin Hughes, John Rutledge, m Joshua Rutledge, Jaime Rutledge DeBrianae Dowdell, Mia Dowdell, Jahzsun Smith, Lailani Smith and RllZariah Felder; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repo e after 5 p. m., Thursday, November 4, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue Family and friends a.re a ked to meet at the church on Friday at 10:45 a. m. for the ervice. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donation be made to LifePath Hospice. www.raywilliamsfiweralhome.com. Harmon Funeral Home John W Harmon, L .. D James Harmon, L . D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (900) 605-3350. (813) 248-8125 wilson-funeralhome .co Integrity Funeral Services 3822 E. 7th Ave. Ta mpa FL 33605 2499.00 Traditional Burial Plan Includes 20 aau,. Steel ea ka1, Ilea Ill c.nllltale, Spray, I 00 Bilek & Whn. Program & Prolmlonlll&ervlce (CEMmliY llT INCI.IJOED) Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 MS. ONDRIA DENISE PHILLIPS Ms. Ondria Denise Phillips of Chicago, Illinois, passed away Monday, October 25, 2010. Graveside services will be conducted Wednesday, November 3, 2010, at 12:30 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, with Rev. Samuel Maxwell officiating. Interment will follow immediately. Ms. Ondria Phillips was anative ofTampa, and a resident of Chicago, Illinois for 35 years. To cherish her memories she leaves: her daughter, Lauren Michelle Phillips; mother, Emma Williams; father and stepmother, Bryant and Claries Phillips; five sisters, Antoinette Gibson (Keith), Petrina Arlines, Eugenia Yolanda Phillips, Debbie Graham and Regina Hughes, who preceded her in death; two brothers, Lemuel Nathaniel Johnson and Louis Chatmon; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; special friends from Chicago, Winifred Jarmon, Dionne Judkius, Barbara Seals, Larry Taylor and Atrice M. Williams; and the entire Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church fanilly in Chicago, IL. The remains will repose from 11 a. m. to 12 p. m. Wednesday, November 3 2010, at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN MEMORY OF s/8/o6-u/3/09 DESTINY, a.k.a., MS. DEE November3 It's been a year now since you've gon home to glory. But you left b ehind so muc h love und u neverending story. We know if w e hold to God's unchanging hnnd, w 'II meet you one day In th Holy Grundstund. Love, Tushu, Juekwon Lois, Ms. Cyu t tmd Dnrron. Family will be t ceivlng friends for u memoriul ut her grund motltet's house. November 3 .MRS. BErrY JEAN WILLIAMS Celebration oflife service for Mrs. Betty Jean Williams, who passed away Thursday, October 28, 2010, at 7:55 p. m. at LifePath Hospice (Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace), will be held Thursday, November 4, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Allen Temple A.M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street with the Pastor, Reverend Michael K. Bouie, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Betty Jean Williams was born to the late James White and Elizabeth Raines on February 22, 1931. She resided in Tampa her 79 years of life. Mrs. Willia.rD.s was a long time member of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church and was active in the Senior Adult Ministry. Mrs. Williams started work at an early age as a housekeeper for a private family. Later she gained employment at the University of South Florida as a Housekeeper where she worked until her retirement in 1996. After retirement, she spent time relaxing and spending time with her fanilly and friends. During her illness, she had been in and out of the hospital until she was called home to be with her Father .on Octo-ber 28, 2010. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. James White and Ms. Elizabeth Raines; her husband, Mr. Herbert Williams; and sister, Deloris Raines. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her, a loving and devoted daughter, Mildre!f Williams Phillips of Tampa; a son, Herbert Williams, Jr. of Ft. Myers, FL; adopted son, Richard Corbett and wife of New Jersey; 2 loving grandchildren, DavidS. Phillips and wife, Michelle S. Phillips, MacDill AFB and Tracee Nicole Phillips of Tampa; son-in-law, Robert Lee Phillips of Minnesota; 3 great grandchildren, ofTexas, Troy Dent and Malyah Phillips, both of MacDill AFB; brother, Russell Raines of Tampa; 2 sisters, Edith Cole of Chicago, IL, and Mildr_ed Ann King of Tampa; 4 devoted and loving sisters-in-law, Mavis Willis of _Chicago, IL, Carolyn Conyers of Atlanta, GA, Sally Ann' Russell and husband, Wilbert of Van Nuys, CA, and Marion Gaines of Tampa; 2 aunts, Florence Miller of Newark, NJ, and Gussie DeLaine of Brooksville, FL; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends who include, Carla Gaines, Sharnia Conyers and Ausson Raines, all of Tampa Beverly Ann Hollis of North Carolina, and Theodore King of Tampa, and many more. Caregiver, Valerie; special friends who supported her during her long illness, Mary Hicks, Vlla Jones, Lawson, Gary Presley, Jerome Mcintyre, Lucille Wells, Charlie Mae Walker and Michael Lesling; and a special danghter of love, Geri Nelson ofTampa. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. and the fanilly will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Wednesday, November 3 2010, at Wilson Fnneral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 12:45 p. m., Thuriiday. A WILSON SERVICE' www. wilson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM MATTIE HARRIS "Gone from this world, but never from my heart." Love always your son Pettie. CARD Of THANKS MAGGIE M. WOODEN The family of the late Maggie M. Wooden would like to thank friends and fam.P.y for their acts of kindness Shown to us during the loss of our mother. Special thanks to: St. Luke A.M. E. ChUrch and Rev. Walter Lassiter 11, and Deacon St vens and the staff of Ea tside Funeral Home. May God bless each of you. The woodens, us ys and Boyd famili

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Crime Robberv Suspects Arrested VINCENT GOVERNOR On O ct ober 28th, Hillsbo rough Count)' Sheriffs detec tives identified two suspects responsible for the armed robbery of Zaxby's Restaurant on A ugust 18th. Detectives report that a t 10:22 p.m,. August 18th, the restaurant was robbed by two suspects who entered through a rear door after it was closed, but while JAVORIS TROUPE emplo yees were cleaning up. B oth suspects were reported l y armed with handguns, and wore masks. Both men fle d after getting some cas h. Vincent Luke Governor, 20, and Javoris T. Troupe, 21, we r e both charged wit h robbery Governor was also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Information Souuhtln Anempted Murder Investigation POLK COUNTY At 9:30 p. m,. Saturday, Polk County deputies reported that a 25-year-old female and her cousin gave a ride to a male friend to 21 Noel Drive. When they arrived, the male got out of the vehicle and went inside the residence, leaving the two females in the car. When the man entered the residence, deputies said a n unknown man approached the vehicle with the women inside and fired several shots through the driver's side door and window, striking the driver several times in the upper body and thigh. The suspect said nothing prior to shooting the victim, deputies said. .Th e victim backed her vehicle away from the suspect, who fled. The passen-ger in the victim's vehicle mo ved the victim to the passenger's seat and drove to a local hospital. The victim is four months pregnant, and both she and her unborn child are reported to be in critical condition. Witness information indi cates that a small, tan vehi cl e was seen parked b ehind the incident lo cation and an unknown Black male drove the vehicle away immediate l y after the shooti ng The shooting suspect is as a Black male, 5'9" tall, with a thin build and wearing all black cloth ing Anyone with information about this in cident is asked to contact Detective David Bright at (863) 577-1600 or (863) 298-6200. Suspect Charged With Anempted Murder TRIVON STOKES On October 24th at 1:25 a.m., Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that a s hooting occurred outside the clubhous e of the R eflections Apartments, 14525 Prism Circle. Numerous individuals were attending a party at the clubhouse and Christi.na Mona St. Joy, 22, was outside at the door collecting admission money when a man made hi s way through the crowd and fired a weapon. St. Joy was shot in the left leg and transported to a local hospital. The suspect fled the sce ne. The subsequent investigation identified Trivon Arthell Stokes, 21, as the shooter. He was arrested at intersection of 36th Street and McBerry and charged with attempted second-degree murder. suspect Sought In Nail Salon Robberv LARGO On 'Frida Largo Police responded to a reported armed robbery at a nail salon in Largo Oaks Plaza. Polic e said a man entere d the salon from the rear with a handgun. The suspect was wearing a mask over his face, and described as a Black mal e. After robbing the store, the suspect fled Bank Robber Arrested Coming Out Of Bank ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police have identi fied a man as the robbery suspect who entered the Wachovia Bank on sth Street, North last Thursda y Police said the man came into the bank, and gave a teller a note. He was arrested b y officers responding to the robbery as he was leaving the bank. The officers discovered the man was not armed and had not received any money from the bank. After his arrest police said Lawrence Glen Purson, 53, allegedly told pol ice he was homeless and committed the robbery with the intention of being caught. He told th e officers he had b een evicted from Pinellas Hope and preferred jail to any other alternative he might have LAWRENCE PURSON When the officers reviewed the note Purson gave to the teller, it said, "this is a holdup, no one will get hurt, call the police. OK?" Purson has no criminal history locally and be was charged with robbery. Help Needed In Locating Theft suspect LAKELA D -Lakeland Police are investigating a theft that occurred at Wino DiXie, 1305 Ariana Street on August 6, 2010. c: m en c !< z m :s:: m m :::0 1\) Polic e said the suspect was standing behind a disabled person in a wheelchair in the checkout line with a Black female and two children. As the victini in the wheelchair tried to put her purse on the back of the wheelchair her wallet fell out without her knowing it. The suspect reportedly picked up the wallet and concealed it. The suspect is described as a Black male 5 10" to 6'2 tall. m may be able to identify the suspect, is asked to contact :::0 the Lakeland Police Department, Detective C: Anyone with information regarding the theft, or who Stephanie Burcham, at rn (863) 834-6900 or Crime C Stoppers at 1-800-226 -8 477. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza l> z c ., c @ Nebraska Ave. & scoa St. C) m : .=r .... ,,. .... .. .. ,:-2c'i .. t:">-" . ":: ... : .. '.: ... .... .. ... ::,.: .. ::: ..... CJ'I

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Q .,... Q N N' a: w m :E w z >;' __ c; __ __ L __ __ <> __ 1r__c: __ e ____________________________________ c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ;::) ... w > w c w l: (/) :::; m ;::) .ll. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m ..J w z i= z w (/) C cc 0 ..J LL. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result 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 Maste! 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 City of Tampa Code Information 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 Enforcement Hear ing Master with respect to any matter considered 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# 10-03274 ASGIL, JULIE 880 WILMSLOW RD. 1801 E PARK CT., TAMPA FL RIVERBEND MANOR SECTION : 19-50 LOTS 1 2 AND A PORTION DF LOT 9 ALL IN BLOCK 0 SO PORTION OF LOT 9 BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESC AS: BEG AT SE COR OF SO LOT 2THN N DEG 05 MIN 41 SEC W ALG ELY BDRY OF LOTS 1 & 2 120 FT TO NE COR OF LOT 1 SO COR ALSO BEING ON SLY R/W LINE OF PARK CIA THN SELY ALG SLY R/W 111.58 FT ALG ARC OF CURVE CONCAVE TO S HAVING RAD 248.59 FT C / A 25 DEG 43 MIN 06 SEC CHD BAG N 72 DEG 17 MIN 34 SEC E 110 .65 FT TO NE COR LOT 9 THN S 19 DEG 54 MIN 57 SEC E 96.98 FT THN S 59 DEG 36 MIN 38 SEC W 99 .31 FT TO POB 149373 0000 CASE # 10-05372 BOONE CHARLIE 5124 N. 36TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-56 BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 10 PG 12 LOT48 152078 0000 CASE# 1G-05456 SIMS, DON JEEN 3405 E. 24TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-5'6 ZEPHYR GROVE N 115 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 6 174678 0000 CASE# 1Q-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 # 1 0-06210 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O 'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 CASE # 1 0-06250 4943 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE C/0 CAREY O'MALLEY WHITAKER & M 4943 E HILLSBOROUGH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECT I ONS : 19-49 & 19-231 NE OF NE OF NE LESS 132 FT AND LESS BEG NE COR OF NE S 383 FTW 150 FT N 33 FT E 75 FT N 350 FT AND E 75 FT TO POB AND LESS ROAD RIW LESS THAT PORTION DESC AS : COM AT NE COR OF NE PT BEING ON C / L OF HILLSBOROUGH AVE ( 100 FT RIW) THN W 75 FT S 50 FT TO S RIW OF SO HILLSBOROUGH NE OF NE OF NE LESS W 132FT AND LESS BEG AVE SO PT BEING POB THN W ALG SLY RIW 210FT THN S NE COR OF NE S 383 FT 185 FT S 79 DEG 44 MIN 35 W 150 FT N 33 FT E 75 FT N SEC E 213.41 FTTHN N 223FT 350 FT AND E 75 FT TO POB TO POB AND LESS ROAD RIW LESS 153440 .0 000 THAT PORTION DESC AS: COM AT NE COR OF NE SO PT BEING ON C / L OF HILLSBOROUGH AVE ( 100 FT RIW) THN W 75FT S 50 FTTO S RIW OF SO HILLSBOROUGH AVE SO PT BEING POB THN W CASE # 10-06429 SNEAD RUSSELL 3616 E. CLIFTON ST., 1h, TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-233 BELLMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB ALG SLY R1W 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 # 1 G-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# 1G-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 4-1, 27-24 1' 27-246 WARREN AND KEYES LOTS 1 2 AND 3 BLOCK 6 182654 1000 CASE # 1 O-Q9062 NASCO GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC. C/0 REG AGT MICHAEL NASCO 1208 W. LINEBAUGH AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 27-77 (TABLE 4-1) AND 27-272 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 TAMPA S NORTH SIDE 156963.0000 COUNTRY CLUB AREA UNIT NO. 1 SOUTHGATE LOT 13 LOTS 14 AND 15 LESS S 10 FT AND E 13 FT OF N 110 FT OF LOT 16 BLOCK 49 97870 0000 CASE # 1 O-Q9478 BARONE, MICHELLE 4312 N. 35TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-50 & 19-47 OAK TREE LOT 9 BLOCK 1 156634.0500 CASE I# 1D-09574 PARADOX ENTERPRISE LLC C/0 ERNEST GREEN Ill REG AGENT 3410 N. 48TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-5 0 HIGHLAND PINES ADDITION LOT 48 BLOCK 1 158674 0000 CASE # 1 G-09584 THOMAS ANTONIO 2221 E. EMMA ST., TAMPA FL SECTIOt:J: 19-56 NORTH BEAUTY HEIGHTS LOT26 156588.0000 CASE# 10-10166 DORSEY MIRIAM 3004 E. 38TH AVE. TAMPA, FL SECT ION: 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 I# 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 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING ON W BLOCK 31 146526 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WIT THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26 FLORIDA STATUES, P R N 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

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II NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING November 3, 2010 CONTINUED CASE# 10-12460 BURGESS, HOWARD 8103 N. KLONDYKE ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 8 AND W 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON E BLOCK 48 146761 0000 CASE# 10-12472 ABRIL, ANDRES 8218 N. KLONDYKE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDI TION LOT 10 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 36 146591 0000 CASE# lQ-12531 CHANDLER, JAMES JR. 6210 S. KELLY RD., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 27-133 BAYHILL ESTATES LOT 17 BLOCK 1 136066.0000 CASE # 1 Q-12533 BARBER, WENDY 6214 S. KELLY RD., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27-133 BAYHILL ESTATES LOT 19 BLOCK 1 1360{?8 0000 CASE # 1 Q-12560 CARLSON, DAVID 8309 N. KLONDYKE ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19 49 & 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 5 AND W 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON E BLOCK 26 146465.0000 CASE# 10-12586 CARROLL, CHRISTINA M. 8312 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 13 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 26 146472.0000 CASE# 10-12724 JACKSON, KENNETH AND SANDRA 8007 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-5Q & 19 -23 2 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 6 BLOCK 60 AND W Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 146933.0000 CASE # 1 0-12879 8203 14TH STREETTRUST DATED 11/28/07 % CRUNCH TIME LLC TTE 8203 N. 14TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 8 BLOCK 39 146633.0000 CASE# 10-12911 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST C/0 HOMEQ SERVICING 10924 N. 14TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-50 LANDOME HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION LOT 33 BLOCK 2 TOG WITH THAT PART OF CLOSED ALLEY AeUTTING THEREON 143437 0000 CASE # 1 0-12993 SNYDER, CHRIS 0 8314 N. MULBERRY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 -50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 12 AND E 5 FT OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONW BLOCK 28 146496 0000 CASE# 1()-13019 SHEPARD, WANDA R. 8208 N. MULBERRY ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-231, 19-232 & 19-49 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOTS 14 THRU 16 BLOCK 39 14 6640 0000 CASE# 10-13192 PAUL, GUTEMBERG AND PAUL, IPHAUNISE 1705 E. POINSETTIA AVE. TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-231 19 232 19 233 TAMPA OVERLOOK LOT 3 BLOCK 66 144750 0000 CASE# 10-13300 BARTELL, BLAINE SR. AND BARTELL, CHRISTA 2001 E. ROBSON ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19 -5 0 & 19 -56 SEMINOLE CREST ADDITION LOTS 9 BLOCK 8 149159.0000 CASE # 10-13732 BRIGGS, MARLIN 8408 N. 17TH ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 -5 0 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 259 & 260 INCL & E CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145672 .01 00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-CA-001039 WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION successor by merger to WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (Plaintiff) vs. ANDY E. SHOGREEN and MARY EDWARDS SHOGREEN and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees or other claimants; CITY OF TAMPA; UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INC.; TENANT UUNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE i s hereby given pursuant to th e F in al Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida descri bed as : LOT 4 BLOCK 6 OF ALTMAN-COLBY LAKE SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK BOOK 36, PAGE 48 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at 10:00 a.m., on the 2nd Floor Room 202, in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa Flo rida 33602, on January 19. 2011 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the fin al b i d T he deposit must be cash or cash i er's check payab le to the C lerk of the Court F i na l payment must be made by 12 :00 p.m next bus i ness day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA FLORIDA, 33602 (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 2ll.l day of October, 2010. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SONIA M. LOPEZ DEPUTY CLERK SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Mattie's Natural Hair Is Now Hiring Hair Braiders Start lmmediatley Good Pay (239) 81 Q-5894 Mental Health/Substance Abuse Therapist Masters And Florida License Required. See www.metrotampabay.org For Details Work From Home No Selling No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 Work Online Emalling Others To Qualify: You Must Have A Phone Computer Email Internet Website Apply Today And Start Immediately Call For More Info (813) 389-0852 Looking For 3-AN's $400 00 $450 00 Per Day 3 Physical Therapist -$45 00 Per Hour 3-$29.00-$37 00 Per Hour 2-LPN s Start @ $300 00 Per Day 1 CNA $130.00 Per Day Call Marc (813) no-2958 q c m (/) c z 0 < m s: tD m ::0 I'IJ I'IJ 0 ..... 0 "'T1 r 0 ::0 c )> (/) m z ::! z m r tD c r r m -f z ., c tD r c;; ::z:: m c m < m ::0 < -f c m (/) c )> z c "'T1 ::0 c

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0 T"'" 0 C\1 w > 0 z CJ) UJ ::::> 1-c a: u. c z < c CJ) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: CJ) :I m :::> a. z w .J .J :::> m .J w z w CJ) a: 0 .J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-16230 Div: F FREMONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION, f/k/a Fremont Investment & Loan, a California corporation (Plaintiff) vs. DAVID H. FOSTER and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID H. FOSTER; CENTRAL CITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION; NATIONS CREDIT FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION; TENANT VUNKNOWN TENANT, and TENANT IVUNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Fina l Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: LOT 16, BLOCK 2, HENDRY & KNIGHTS MAP OF FAIRBURN SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT OR MAP BOOK 2, PAGE 14 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS THE EAST 110 FEET THEREOF. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00 p.m., on the 2nd Floor, Room 202, in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on November 15.2010. The highest bidder bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER u.. THE SALE. co ,.... IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN TtUS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711 I Dated this 19th day of October. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/TONYA R. TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK Real Estate Acquisition (REA) Services RFP-6154CG Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) is seeking qualified firm to provide Real Estate Acquisition Services to support the final design of the MetroRapid North/South corridor .HART will be accepting proposals through November 16, 2010 for this effort. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or any questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Damaris Cordova, Contract Specialist, Hillsborough Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605, (813) 449 4659 or e-mail at cordovad@ goHART.org. The RFP documents are be available for download on HART's website at: http : //www goHART.org The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa announces the availability of its Public Housing Agency Plan for Fiscal Year 2011 to residents and interested citizens until January 10, 2011. This Plan is available for inspection by all interested persons at the following location : THA Main Office @ 1529 W. Main Street Tampa, FL 33607 THA Website @ www.thafl.com The Public Housing Agency Plan details the long-range goals and objectives of the Tampa Housing Authority including proposed annual statements for the Capital Fund Program (CFP) Any interested persons are welcome to review and comment on the contents therein We have scheduled two review meetings as indicated: Meeting #1 Informational Meeting Location : THA Main Office 1529 W Main Street Date : December 16, 2010 Time : 5:30 PM Meeting #2 Public Hearing Location : THA Main Office 1529 W. Main Street Date : January 19, 2011 Time: 8:00 AM During regular scheduled Board Meeting (The Board will consider approval of the Plan at this meeting ) Persons having questions about the PHA Plan may Contact the Authority s office at 813-253-0551 ext 158 PUBLICATION DEADLINES Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And 5Qe For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II II Ms. D's World Of Beauty Is Looking For Licensed Barbers For New Barber Shop Call (813J 748-0952 Intervention Educators (2) Full-Time Hillsborough & Pinellas Apply At www.metrotampabay.org Cutting It Low Experienced, Licensed Barbers Wanted 60/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 HOMES FOR SALE Oldsmar Beautiful Water View 1 Bedroom/1 1-12 Bath Spacious Condo Including Boat Slip WDH, Pool Tennis And Playground Owner Finance With $25,000 00 Down (813) 968-1168 FOR RENT II II '-Temple Terrace Raintree Condo 212 -Free Cable TV Water, Garbage Tennis Court Swimming Pool $750.00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit (813) 385-2298 S ngle Family Homes 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA WDH 6 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, Fenced Section 8 Welcome Lease Option Bert (813 969-3970

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-f c: m (/) 1.!;;;;;11 1,!;;;;11 II HOMES FOR RENT 0 II Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00AM. November 19, 2010, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed w ith the Clerk within f i fteen(15) workng days after the conclusion of the publi c hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDEI;!ED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS ,A.ND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE TME TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED: Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 1D-0918-RV, Victor & N ikolay Zavatskiy requesting a Variance to the septic & easement and to allow easement towards lot s ize calculation for property located at 13048 Lincoln Rd, zoned RSC6 (MH) I RSC-2 (MH). Petition VAR 1()-()973-TNC, Mileidy Escobar requesting a Variance to the fence, landscaping buffer ing and screening requirements for property located at S/S of Barry Ln 500' S / 0 Barry Rd, zone d M Petition VAR 10-0985-TNC, Julio & Y a n e l i s Gonzalez requestin g a Variance to the setback reqirements f or property located at 8616 Leewa.rd Dr, zoned PD. Petition VAR 1()-()997-TNC, Raul D Dominguez requesting a Variance to the fence & setback requirements f or property locate d at 6004 Myer St, zoned RSC9 Petition VAR 10.1012-ER, Jani e Rodriguez requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 2969 Dixon Ave, zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 10.1014-EL M ichael F Lee requesting a Variance t o the fence & setback requirements for prope rty locat e d at 6902 Trav i s Blvd, zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 10.1036-NWH Fre d and Este l a Orosz request i n g a Variance to the setback requireme n t s for property locat e d a t 1250 9 B ronco Dr, zoned ASC1 -II FOR RENT South Tampa Gann & Gann Rentals Call For Rent 2 Bedroom/2 Bath (813) 229 8696 Or 2nd Story Condo Balcony (813) 373-2515 New Appliances Washer/Dryer Included 407 E. Florlbraska Ave. $950 00/Monthly Apartment Plus Deposit 806 Florlbraska Avenue (727) 667-1815 Room For Rent \ Upstairs Condo South Tampa 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Ba th Near Chamberlain HS Townhouse Screened Patio Washer/Dryer Hook up Gated Community Pool Fen ce d P a tio Must Seelll S e ction 8 R ea dy Section 8 OK $850 00/Monthly Call (813) 960-8490 Call (813) 451-9201 II USF Area Section 8 Special 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Townhouse CHA, WDH Great Floor Plan Will Accept 1 Bedroom Voucher (813) 968-1168 3015 North Sanchez St. Includes W/S/G 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $975 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit $200 00 Off Rent 1 Bedroom Rear Apartment $480 00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit $150 00 Off Rent Call (813) 704-3370 II HOMES II FOR RENT 3 Bed r oorn/1 Bath Totally Remodeled New Lam i nate And Tile Ga t ed And Fenced $ 750 .00/ Monthly Section 8 OK (813) 748-1566 3 & 5 Bedrooms Homes As Low As $ 800 .00/ Monthly S e ction 8 Welcomed Call V & V (813) 2594663 www.myfi n a ncialconnections.com Progress Village Nice Home 4 Bedroom / 2 Bath CHA Fenced Backyard Carport W I D Hook-up All Appliances Section 8 Welcom e Call (813) 982-1332 Jackson Heights 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Newly Renovated Concrete Block Carport $1, 050 00/Monthly $500.00/ D e po s it Se c tion 8 Welcome (813) 293-2677 East Tampa 3003 East 18th Avenue 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly Remodeled $1,000 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Call (813) 787-5736 Preferably Section 8 Thonotosassa Area 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home On Acre Of Land CHA, WDH Screened Front Porch Call (813) 986-1438 Several Homes Available For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms Starting At $595.00/Monthly Investors Choice Realty 727-580.9184 Tampa Stadium Area Great Neighborhood 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath Home Totally Remodeled CHA, Hardwood Floors $900.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 601-3101 3614 North-55th Street 4 Bedroo rn/ 2 Bath Home T i le A/ C WDH Fenceq Bac kyard $ 1 150 00/Monthly $400 .00/ Depos i t Section 8 Welcome Robert (813) 361-0344 3418 North 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA WDH Fenced Yard Available Now! Call (813) 770.2003 Or (813) 735-5295 Sulphur Springs Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Central H/A, Fenced $900.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 Tampa Area 2 3 And 4 Bedroom Homes Available Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453.0123 Progress Village 4901 South 82nd Street 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Rent $750.00 Depos i t $400.00 Phone 813-476-4437 Jackson Heights 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Newly Renovated Concrete Block Carport $1 250 .00/ Monthly $500.00 / Deposit Section 8 Welcome Available (813) 293-2677 ... Place Your Ad In The rviMMI Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (81.3) 248 Fax To: (813) 248-8 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com , .. m s: CJ m :IJ _!\) 1\) 0 0 "T1 r-0 :IJ 0 l> C/) m z :::! z m r-CJ c: rr-m :::! z ""0 c: CJ !: C/) :I: m 0 m < m :IJ -< -f c: m C/) 0 l> z 0 "T1 :IJ 0

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