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. : Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area . ISSID I ' oun ome 811 r1en SEE PAGE 3 - '' .. ... -' h, .. VOL. 66 NO. 25 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,2010 24 PAGES 75 T or.k or,d J ll nf A'(""_ I'.' (1 !.r: -:-amen Cnaptcr a Tm ,,r.t.l Sultou::; .'_.. :.ws ----, -----" "" r p 1 L Folie." 0 i --t -s _::._..:.::=.:----____ ,_ ___ "..:._ .. ___ -_ ; JACK AND JILL CHILDREN HONOR FALLEN OFFICERS The children of the Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. honored the sacrifices of Tampa Police Officers David Curtis and Jeffery Kocab The 37 children ranging in ages 2-8 years presented their donation of $3,500.00 to Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor at the Brandon campus of Everest University. The children spent the past month raiding their banks soliciting donations from family, friends and neighbors to show gratitude to the officers families. Youngsters who participated in the presentation: Campbeli Oliver Saige Davis Kaleb Trotman, Madison Sheriff, Cohen Allen, Bankston Joyner, Isaac Joyner, Matthew Smith (turned) Cole Holoman, Kaleigh White, Camden Allen, Ailani Forde, Kyah White, Ishman Johnson, Ill, SaMya Paris Kyndall Johnson, Bernice Henson Blake Henson, Berkley Ward, Shelby Coney, Kamora Provine, Maiyah Hall, Madison Smith Keith White, II, Morgan Smith, Brandon Thomas, Carmen Thomas, Jordan Little, TaKeiyah Dupree, Xavier Floyd Christian Jones, Pierce Blount, Chief Jane Castor, Tampa Police Department, and in the rear, Tameca Johns on. Professor Files Ethics Complaint Against Senator-Elect SEE PAGE 11 Youth League Teams Plan First Annual Holiday Bowl SEE PAGE 14 Lamp Possible Cause Of Fire At Duplex SEE PAGE 12 .

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0 ,... 0 C\1 (0 Features ,... a: w m ::;: w > 0 z Middleton Band In Process Of Rebuilding 0 C/) w :::J 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Middleton and Blake High School annual football game has a reputation for drawing l arge crowds. And many of those attending the game are there as much for the bands as they are for th e action on the field. However after the two rivals met this weekend, there was much concern about the state of the Middleton Hi g h School Band. Owen Young, Principal of Middleton High School said "Our band is in the process of rebuilding There are several reasons why the band didn't met the expectations of the past. > We have to have a strong < focus on preparing our kids to be successful in class, on the LL FCAT and in life. Many of 0 them are taking remedial classes because they can't read. We realize that band is 0 important and we ate working cn to recruit students who are inW terested to attend Middleton. :::J 1-> a: w > w 0 w :I: C/) :J m :::J 0.. z w ..J ..J :::J m HENRY WASHINGTON Hillsborough County Public Schools Area Director But our reality is to help our kids to becom e mo re profi cient in reading. Band is a n elective. Once they become more proficient, then they can enroll in the electives." Young further stated that in addition, many of the stu dents who live in the Middleton High School district e le ct to attend Tampa Bay Technical High School because of the OMAS YOHO "Sen,ing The Since 1974" r ----*** SPECIAL *** ----_, Routine Simple Extractions $99 +Xray Same Day Service. Ex pires 12/10/10 Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 OWEN YOUNG Principal of Middleton High School past perception of Middleton. He hopes to recruit students who live in the area with an interest in band to enroll at Middleton. He also said Mid dleton is an Engineering School while Blake is a Per forming Arts School and that makes a difference. The band currently has about 33 of Middleton 's 1 150 students enrolled and works under the directio n of its new director Leon Carson. This is hi s first year at Middleton but he has a great structure plan. Henry Washington, Hillsborough County Public Schools Area Director said The band is going through a trans ition. Some of last year's members graduated we have reduced student population, F errell Middl e School which was a f ee d e r schoo l no l onger h as a band, and w e are working hard to r ec ruit students to r ebui ld the band.' Washington, who is a graduate of Middleton as well as its former Principal said the di stric t plans to purchase n ew uniforms and instrum ents for the entire band. He sa id they are doing everyt hin g possible to restore the band. "It takes time, but it is go in g to happe n,"' Washington sa id Follow Us On Twitter At www. twitter. com/ FLSENTINELB Blake-Middleton Contest Brought Back Memories BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter It was only fitting that Friday night's high school football game that featured the Howard W. Blake Yellow Jackets and the G. S. Middleton Tigers, would end deadlocked at the end of regulation. Middleton won the game in overtime I?-14, but there wa<> much more at stake than the game. This was the first time in his tory the game has been played on the campus of Blake and next year, it will be Middleton's turn. Calvin Simmons, President of Middleton's Alumni Association, said he was pulling for both teams during the game. I wanted to see a good game, and the outcome will draw more people ne:\.1: year. Blake s Booster members now have to wear our colors during their ne:\.1: two meetings. "Owen Young (Middleton principal) did what I call a pep rally in disguise Thursday at the schoo l and it was quite an event. Coach Billy Reed came out and told stories from back-in-the-day and that got a l ot of attention Middleton alum Fred Hearns (Class Of 1966) said it was truly beautiful. "It didn t matter who won. It seemed perfect for th e game to be tied in regulation. "It brought b ac k a lot of memori es from old Phillip's Field, and this was the first tim e the game was played at Blake. Lewis Brinson (Assistant School Superintendant) deserves a lot of c r ed it for the sc h ed ulin g of the game at the end of th e year. Next year, it will be grea t at Middleton and we'll look forward to it .' Blake Booster Club President, Frances Jennings (Class Of 1959) said a lot of hard work went into making this a histori ca l event. I go back to the Phillip s Field da ys. So many people worked hard to mak e thi s pos sible, and it felt lik e Phillip s Field all over again, espec iall y w ith the stadium right o n the shores of the rivl'r. just l oved it. "All over th e pre-gam e and post ga m e eve nts went off great and everyone did their part. This was truly a labor of love. Mrs. Jennings said she hated to see the game end, and they know there are some things they still need to work on. This is the perfect opportu nity to make sure this remains a historic event, because to us, that's exactly what it is. "It was great to see so many old faces. We're going to get some things-going for the up coming basketball season. The kids must know the history of these schools and this is one way to get it done." Ron Adams (Class Of 1965), Vice President of the Blake Booster Club, said they want to thank the community WTMP nsoAM, Michelle Patty, the NAACP, and so many others who reached out to the Booster Club to make this a great success. The stadium was packed everyone s behavior was good and the only thing that would have made it more enjo y able is if Blake had won. I think both teams left it all on the field, and the pla yers performed great. We' re very please everything turned out so well. Michelle B. Patty (Class Of 1971), said the game was very exciting and well pla ye d all tl1e way into overtime "U nfortunately, Middleton walked away with the trophy. It's not win or lose but how you played the game. I saw so many old faces from the past and had a chance to talk to many of them to see what the y've been up to. We re looking forward to ne>-.1: year, and bringing the trophy back to Blak e." Mrs. Patty said the game definitely took her back to Phillip s Field. I almost v.ri.sh I was back in school again. We have to make sure our yo ung people know and understand the history, and that \\rill come now that the games are being played at the schools for the first time. ''I'm honored to hav e been the title sponsor for the ga m e, especially to be in the midst of two gia n ts lik e the late Rev. Abraham Brown and Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr."

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-c: Tampa Native Is Featured Missing 9-Year-Oid Child located At Home 01 Familv Friend Brittany Brown is shown with her mother, Ms. Ykeshia Caswell. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Ms. Ykeshia Caswell contacted police after she was unable to locate her 9-year-old daughter. AJter an exhaustive search over several hours, the child found at a friend of the family's home and had not come to any harm. Ms. Caswell said she dropped her daughter, Brittany Brown, off at her sis ter's house in Robles Park Village to play. When she returned a few hours later to pick her up, Brittany couldn't be located. Ms. Caswell said family and friends searched for the child for about 5 hours before contacting the Tampa Police Department. Once police were called they conducted a massive search to locate the chlld. Officers went door to door in the Robles Park Public Housing Complex. They brought inK9 units and air services. They also issued an Alert Watch, a reverse 9-1-1 call to residents in both Robles Park and in the Grant Park neighborhood where the family lives. Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said, "'We conducted a very aggressive search for her. We didn t issue an Amber Alert because there was no evidence that the child had been abducted. Amber Alerts are issued when it is believed that the child has been abducted." Throughout the night, po lice continued to search for the 9-year-old. Brittany's mother was contacted after the family friend saw the news. Brittany was located at the residence of the friend and reunited with her family. Ms. McElroy said the in vestigation is continuing be cause Ms. Caswell had given police conflicting sto ries. The investigation is con tinuing. In December Essence m m ::c ..... CD 1\) 0 ..... 0 "T1 r-0 ::c Tampa native, Attorney Carolyri House Stewart is featured in the December issue of Essence magazine. The article is entitled, "My Sisters' Keeper." The article is the m second part of the magazine's look at the 'State of African American Women.' Z Atty. Stewart, International President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is i joined by the presidents of other sororities. From left to right: Sheryl P. Under-m wood of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Carolyn House Stewart o( Alpha Kappa Alpha 1 Sorority, Joann Loveless of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and Cynthia M.A. Butler-Mcintyre of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Thanksgiving Food Box Giveawav Shekinah Glory Church of God in Christ will have a Thanksgiving Holiday Food Box giveaway on Saturday, November 20, 2010. The event will be 10 a. m. 1 p m. at the church, 223 S. 78th St. (33619) in the Canal Crossing Center. The boxes are limited and will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Basic information is required. For more information, please call Dionne Hayes, (813) 3693684. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical 1111 Jll'tJ/I6$M/ "'*'' Personalized Service -SUpport and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys-An Attorney will come to you at home or WOit -No Recovery, No fee InvestigatorS -H tfi8ri is a dispute on how the accident occurad m :::! z c: m r-u; ::::c m c m < m ::c < -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 :g_ c < Propertv Tax Exemptions And EliUibilitv Criteria Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care PrOvided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, Rob Turner, has released an in formation packet for elderly residents on property tax ex emptions: On the issue of homestead exemption, the first $25,000 of the assessed value of your property is tax exempt. Taxes are due on the second $25,000. Then, an expanded exemption of $25,000 applies on the amount that's more than $50,000. There is a $500 widow /widower exemption. Any widow /widower that is a permanent Florida resident and homeowner may be eligible for an additional $500 ex emption. Remarriage or a prior to death negates eligibility. A death certificate is evidence when filing for the first time. Other exemptions such as personal disability, blindness veteran, or a service con nected total and permanent disability are also available to toe who qualify. To find out more about what property and/or tax ex emptions elderly residents may be eligible for, you can visit one of five county offices, or call the Property Ap praiser's Office at (813) 272- Specializing In: car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Incidents, Loss Wages, WrongfUl Death And More .. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------cditorials/-C.olumns--u) .... a: w m ::E w > 0 z >;' ic( Q f/) w :: 1-c a: 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 190H9n (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (1977) 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 .D0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on edltortel pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necesasrlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publi sher. Gov. Rick Scon And The M th-Makers LL C According to the Oiford American Dictionary, a Z myth is a "widely held, but false notion." Indeed,
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Horosco s HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--This year your imagination takes a lead ing role in t}:le creative process. There are no limits to what you can accomplish, especially when you rely on facts in your writing. What about that novel? All it takes is practice, one day at a time. Dare to begin. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-You get more done today work ing from home Use the travel time you save to create harmony and to complete artistic family projects. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Surprises at home require adjustment to your social schedule. You won't miss out on any thing, but careful planning becomes essential. This could be fun. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You fall in love with a new assignment It's different from what you'd expected, but challenges your imagination and allows independent thinking. Enjoy. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-How to manage time and abundant tasks? Talk over your plan with a key individual, making adjustments where necessary. Delegate and charge into action. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -If you want to get it all done today, work smartly and avoid side conversations. Others are will ing to chat, but you need to focus. Catch up later. Aries (March 21-April19)-You may feel that you've been around this bush already this month. Maybe you have Now you understand the problem in a big way. You choose a new direction Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Group energy is essential today. Everyone 's feelings could get in the way, if you don t pay at tention. Manage social interactions compassionately. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Act independentl y today. Yet in fuse every decision with compassion. Times may be tough for some colleagues ; Stand ready to help them out. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Monday isn 't usually your most glamorous day, but today you find yourself imagining stardom and then grasping it. Let your enthusiasm carry you. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Someone dumps their feelings, and you pick up the pieces. Combine compassion with diplomacy. Be sure you understand the problems before undertaking solutions. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Associates begin on a different track, but, by day 's end, yo u 're all together with the plan. Apply fresh data to make this happen Don't force it, just adjust. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You're itching to break out of the shell around you. Don t allow bor edom to dictate outrageous ac tions. Picture the final outcome of your decisions. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN-Colby tells JR to stop using Asher to get back at Caleb; Caleb holds important information back from Asher; Zach helps Greenlee and Ryan get to the island where Nick Pearson is staying. Tad takes Opal to the hospital when she experiences chest pains; Amanda gets to know Griffin, the new doctor at the hospital; the jury reacl:les a verdict in David's murder case. R yan and Greenlee find Nick Pearson; Damon takes Liza to the hospital for a checkup; Jackson gets a call from Greenlee, who says they have new evidence. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Ridge s u ggests that Brooke work from home; Ridge tries convincing Taylor that Brooke isn t a threat; Amber assures Oliver that she's fine with being his second choice; Marcus witnesses an awkward moment between Thomas and Madison. Brooke i s dumbfounded by a comment Thomas makes; Eric urges Ridge to drop the new men s line; Oliver tHanks Amber for helping him get over Hope; a livid Taylor confronts Ridge. Taylor, Brooke, Ridge and Thomas have a argument; Stephanie learns her surgery can be moved up ; Stepbarue shares a special moment with Eric and Dayzee. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Rafe wants to use Sydney to get the goods on Nicole; EJ comes up with a plan to kidnap his children and flee the country; Jennifer comes clean with Bo about Jack abandon ing her; Carly admits to herself that Bo and Hope aren't through with each other. Rafe is intent on getting EJ arrested for what he 's doing to Sami; Maggie s lowly begins to lo se her mind in the sarcoph agus; Stephanie resolves to t ell Nathan the truth about the test re sults; Nathan and Melanie get into a disagreement at work. EJ sees Nicole's love for Sydney and hints at a positive outcome; Chloe reaf firms her friendship with Carly; Ben reprimands Melanie and Nathan for fighting; Sami questions Rafe about what happened to her; Bo, Carly, and Jennifer visit baby Parker GENERAL HOSPITAL-Carly may make public the past rela tionship between Dante and Brenda; Dante and Sonny have flash backs about Brenda; Lulu and Siobhan excha nge honest words. Carly and Brenda clash; Patrick asks Lisa to show mercy towards Robin; Jason and Sam hav e h eart-toheart. Michael tries to con vince Carly to forgive Dant e; Edward make s Ethan and Maya an offer they can't refuse; Dante makes an admission to Sonny ONE LIFETO UFE -Rex demands to know who his father is; James tries to comfort Starr in her hour of need; Ke11y makes a fool of herself . Marty continues her vendetta against Natalie; Nora and Inez argue about Bo; Echo and Charlie share a warm moment about Rex. Marty the DNA lab, pretending to be Natalie; Todd se cretly goes to see Greg be sentenced; Destiny wants to divorce her parents. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Victor rejects Victoria's Adam reluctantly returns to Skye. Heather confronts Ronan about his secret; Kevin is concerned about his niece's future. Phyllis begins weighing her Qptions; Jana turns the tables on Daisy. fictures From The Fast Attending the D. Y.W. 5th Anniversary Celebration were: Mrs. Martha Kennedy; who introduced the speaker; Mrs Gwendolyn Tucker, speaker; and Mrs. Eddie Mae Williams. A reception for former mayor, Sandy Freedman (center) was attended by Mrs. Vivian Kitchen and Mr. Otis Kitchen. The exciting Anna Stair Art Exhibit drew a large crowd. Among those attending the show were: Ms. Jackie Walker, Ms. Dallas Norton, Mr. Carl Mr. Eric Oberdorf, Ms. Yvonne Loggins, Ms. Anna Stair (artist), and Dr. William Marsh. z m 3: m m J:l ...... !1> N 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 J:l CJ) m z :j z m r m c: r r m :j z "tJ c: m c CJ) ::I: m c m < m J:l -< .... c: m CJ) c )> z c .,_ J:l c G') m en

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a: w lXI ::':!! w > 0 z ><( c en w ::::> 1-DEMARIO BASSETI HERBERT BASSETI 11-15-10 National Postal Worker Fired After Racial Anack While On Dutv c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::> 1-> A former U.S. Postal worker ffi in Massachusetts i s claimin g > wrongful termination after W being attacked and ca lled racial slurs while deli veri n g J: mail. The postal worker, whoreIXI leased video footage of the incident on You Tube states that z after he was attacked on duty i= he was dismissed from hi s post W for unknown reasons ...1 ...1 In the video you clearl y see a white woman who is very ...1 upset about the Black postal W worker educating her on USPS policy about returning certi Z fied mail. The unknown woman became so enraged <( that she not only called the fore mer mail man a racial slur, but a: also hit him. 0 "Give me back my card, I don't want this," the woman insisted. Give it back you stu pid n**ger thief n As if cal ling him racial slurs would work, the woman then stoops to insulting his intelli gence, letting him know that it's not his fault. Black men are ge neti cally slower than everyone else," the woman continued. "You won der why you are all behind, but it's not your fault, my mom u sed to teach at a Black schoo l and I saw the I.Q. scores. After wasting more time and seeing she was gett in g nowhere with th e mail man the woman tries one more of using the black woman against him. "You wonder why Black women aren't sta nding by you anymore," th e woman contin ued "T hey got tired of b ei ng used and pu s h ed so low, they are now with white p eop le. Th e re are some white women left out the re that may help you 1 but you losers just keep on refusing help from every one who's trying to help youthat's s mart of you." ...1 LL Check Out Our Enhanced Website Now With On-line Advertising And More! www. flsentinel.com National Magazine's Editor And Chief Steps Down ANGELA BURT-MURRAY Angela Burt-Murray, the Editor and Chief of Essence magazine, is resigning her posi tion after her five year run Although neither BurtMurray nor the celebrated women's magazine issued a statement giving details for her sudden departure, Burt-Murray announced her split from Essence during a staff meeting Burt-Murray said she was relocating to Atlanta with her family and was ready to con tinue with her new journey. oners Free Food To Customers Over 350 Pounds Although it may seem stu n ning, a restaurant in Chandler, Arizona i s offering custo m ers who weigh over 350 pounds free food whe n ever they want. "The Heart Attack Grill" has a medical theme, with waitresses dressing in skimpy nurses uni forms and c u stomers being called patients whi l e being forced to wear h osp ital gowns over their clothes. However, the weirder part of the restaurant is not the theme, but the free food offere d to mor bidly obese individuals. The menu features no diet drinks and high -calorie food with fitting names such as th e Double Bypass Burger and th e outlet is offering free food including Quadrupl e Bypass Burg ers and Flatline Fries to anyone who tips the scales at 350 pounds. Man Convicted 01 Murder After PunchingA Hole In Toddler's Heart A man in Indiana has been convicted of murder after he allegedly punched a 3-year old so hard in the chest that he pierced the toddler's heart. According to published re ports, Lester Griffin punched a hole into his girl friend's 3-year-old son, Dylan Helmey's, heart after tortur ing the boy for hours Police reports state that Griffin was at home watching his girlfriend's 3-year-old son in June, 2009, when he punched the toddler so hard in the chest; the blow ripped a hole in his heart. Bruising ori the boy s chest reportedly showed a knuckle pattern al legedly caused by Griffin. A medical examiner testified that the child had endured 70 LESTER GRIFFIN Killed DYLAN HELMEY injuries that occurred within two hours of his death The boy also reportedly had other injuries that were in dif ferent stages of healing includ ing recently broken ribs and a black eye "The last two hours of that little boy's life were spent being brutalized by that man, Pros ecutors told the press. "Not only did he cause 70 injuries and the blow to the chest, he let him lay there and die n 69 Child Prostitutes Rescued, Over BOO Suspects Arrested Including 99 Pimps Police rescued 69 child pros titutes as part of a three-day nationwide crackdown on the sexual exploitation of children. Over 8oo suspects have b ee n arrested including 99 pimps. Howe ver this is only a small dent as experts say more than 230 ,000 U .S. kids are at risk of being exploited as ex slaves. Human sex trafficking ranks in more than $32-billion worldwide. Cateteria Worker Arrested For Punching 8-Year-Oid In The Mouth A Penns y lvania man was ar rested after punching an 8-year-old in the mouth. According to published re ports 18-year-old Jorge Alvarado-Barbosa was JORGE ALVARADO-BARBOSA working in the cafeteria when he allegedly punched a third grader during a physical alter cation on the grounds of Chester Community Charter School. Police state that Barbosa was caught on tape outside the school grabbing the from behind to restrain him it was off camer:a that authorities say that Barbosa struck the child in tl1e moutl1.

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WE'VE DONE lliE WORK. You CAN TAKE lliE CREDIT. PUBLIX DELl HOLIDAY TURKEY DINNERS Visi t publix.com/entertaining to see our complete selection of mouth-watering holiday foods. From turkey or ham dinners to a Ia carte side dishes and meats, you'll find s&lections just right for your gathering. And look for the Thanksgiving Event Planning Center at your neighborhood Pub l ix. During select times, associa t es will help you plan your menu so all you have to do is order and then pick up your fresh selections at one place in the store. So hurry t o Publix and plan your holiday meal. Then plan to relax with friends and loved ones on Thanksgiving. PUBLIX Regular Turkey Dinner (7-10 servings) $39.99 Includes 10-to 12-lb cooked turkey, 8 oz cranberry -orange relish, old-fashioned cornbread dressing, homestyle mashed potatoes, 32oz gravy, and applecranberry cobbler. Heating requirec;i before serving Publix. Please place dinner orders in advance Complete packages start at $39 99 Heating is required before serving on all dinners. Servingware shown not included. .... 0') 1\) 0 .... 0 "T1 r-0 ::0 c )> (/) m z ::::i z m r-aJ c: r rm ::::i z 'tl c: tll r-c;; :J: m c m < m ::0 -< c: m (/) c )> z c "T1 ::0 c

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0 c; Local Services Celebrate The Merger Of Two 5th sundav Witness Hour At MI. Olive AME Church 0 Congregations c (/) w ::J 1-Pastor Antonio R. Hawkins and Exciting Faith Alive at Mt. Silla Church family are preparing to celebrate a mighty move from God. On Sunday November 14, 2010 the official service will be held to unite the Exciting Faith Alive and New Mt. Silla Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Hawkins attended New Mt. Silla M.B. Church as a youngster. He served as a musician and was ordained under the leadership of the late Rev. Moses Anglin. After graduating from Howar.d W. Blake High School, Hawkins went off to college at FAMU. Shortly after start ing his freshman year, Rev. Anglin was diagnosed with C cancer. He immediately ap ft pointed Pastor Hawkins as c the new leader of the then z c (/) w ::J 1-w > w c w :I: (/) ::::i m ::J ll. flourishing congregation of 150. Pastor Hawkins resigned in August of 2004 and founded Exciting Faith Alive Church the same month. Throughout the past 6 years New Mt. Silla has undergone many transitions. Pastor Felix Walters resigned on September 15, 2010. Through conversation with Pastor Walters and Pastor Hawkins it was discovered that New Mt. Silla was home for Pastor Hawkins. z t= w ..J ..J ::J m "I would have never thought that this day would come We (Faith Alive) were on our uj own mission, striving to be z t= z w (/) c a: 0 ..J LL PASTOR ANTONIO HAWKINS what God intended for u s to be. After 6 years of ministry, we were exhausted due to moving from and to several different locations. All the plans that we had for our selve s failed. I came to the conclusion that God has something GREAT in store for us! On October 4 2010 greatness was manife sted, Pastor Hawkins explained. We have several ministry opportunities and are excited about what God has done! We currently are home to hundreds of followers and we have plans to re-build in the near future. We are anticipat ing that the Grant Park com munity will be forever impacted b y this ministry ,' he concluded The church is located at 5705 E 32"d Avenue, Tampa 33619, in the Grant Park Community. The Carolyn A. Favors Wo men's Missionary Society of Mount Olive AME Church, West Tampa, hosted their sth Sunday Witness Hour on October 31. Dr. Shirley Hopkins Davis, Connectional WMS President of the AME Church, was the guest speaker. Other program participants included: Dr. Ginger Parker, Connectional WMS Treasurer; Attorney Harriet Birk, nth Episcopal Dis trict WMS President; Sandra : Mitchell, Episcopal District PME Director; Coreatha Larkins, West Coast Confer e nce wMS President; Confer e nc e Vice Pr eside nts Karen Chester a nd Jacquelyn Allen; Blanche Ancrum, White Fishburn Area Chairpersoq Betty Drummer, Chairperson, Tresea Joyce, YPD Director and Joyce Dexter, YPD Vice President all of th e F e rrell Houston Area. Th e Youth U s hers a nd Youth Choir of Mount Olive s e rved, with Tyra Kennedy render ing a solo. Alicia Owens and Kesha Kennedy are Choir Direc tors, with James Robbins and Anthony Pryor serving as musici a ns. The Youth Ushers are led by John Kennedy with Johnny Wilson as Presi dent. Javaris Weaver is YPD President, Chakkanya Sampson, YPD Director Yvette Ballard Sims,. CAF WMS Pre s ident Roberta Givens, Conference PME Di re ctor and Fir s t Lad y and the Rev. James C. Givens, Pas tor. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) With Spec.ial Guests: Sis. Karin Thom pson A.K.A. Kndeem & Anthony) Minister of Music & Sis. Mary Grace (an accomplished piani s t bom with a dis ability that hould have made playing the piano Elder Charles Davis almost impos s ible You have to see it to believe i t!) Pastor *We do ask that you bring an 11nwrapped toy for children in. 11eed for the hoUday season Rev. James and Mrs. Roberta (Connectional WMS President), Dr. Shirley Hopkins Davis, Dr. Ginger Parker, Atty. Harriet Birk and West Coast Conference President, Sister Coretta Larkins. Choir members: Charesia, Charline and Diamond Burnette, Charles Hammond, Trinity Harris, Kayla Kennedy. Rear: Kesha Kennedy, Mahagony Coy and Dyani Williams. Dr. Davis, Javaris Weaver, YPD President, Donte Burnette, and Atty. Harriet Birk. Youth Usher Board members: Derrick Sampson, Joshua Harris, Chiquita Daniels, Johnny Wilson, President; Bryan Wilson, Jr., Donte Burnette and Glenn Wester. Conference Vice President Sister Jacqueline Allen. Tyra sang a solo.

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Local 2 Woman's lite Has Prepared Her For Ministrv MS. CYNTHIA BERRY ... Prepares for trial sermon BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, November 16th, Ms. Cynthia Berry, will deliver her trial sermon at True Love Missionary Baptist Church. The service will begin at 7 p.m. Ms. Berry, a Tampa native, said life has prepared her for the venture that lies ahead. A series of bad decisions resulted in her spending two stints in prison, as well as other acts of unaccept able behavior. "You name it, I did it. But after the second time going to prison for sale and delivery, I realized that I needed to get my life to gether. I had grown up in church and I knew how to go back and call on God. I was determined to really get it right this time," Ms. Berry said. In 1987, Ms. Berry was 23 years old when she was con victed of murder. "I didn't commit the crime, but it happened at my house. I was on crack and just got caught up. But I didn't learn. I got out and got back on crack. It took me for a ride, all the way to 1996 "I almost lost my life twice. When I went to prison the sec ond time, they tried to give me 15 years, but they gave me 4 years. That was the hardest time for me, it was so hard." Ms. Berry said the realization came about in May of this year. She was in Atlanta en route to a family reunion when she became involved in a traffic accident I was talking to my daughter on the phone The car started hydroplaning and turned around about 10 times. I went from one side of the street to the other and the car hit a tree I was still in the car when it came to rest in another tree. But, I touched myself and said, 'I'm alive.' I wasn't hurt at all. That is when I decided to stop running from God. I said 'Okay, you got me.' Ms. Berry, 49, said if it had not been for a car behind her, she doesn't know how long it would have taken the police to find her. "It took a while for the police to find me because the was in the tree." Ms. Berry said her past life has prepared her for the future because she can relate to those who have addiction problems, those who have gone to prison, and those who have made the wrong decisions. She said she has dedicated her life to God and this time, she will get it right. rst Baptist .Church of Progress Vii 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Growing the Church for Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 ; Rom. 1 :8; 1 Thea. 1 :8) DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., TH.D. -Senior Teaching Pastor Youth Ministrv oners Blankets, Socks To Homeless of our church." c z 0 < m s: m m ll BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last year, members of the Youth Ministry at a local church sought ways to make a differ ence in the community. They decided on provided blankets and socks to the homeless and the needy. After collecting the socks and jt, blankets, about 15 teenagers N helped the adults distribute the g blankets and socks. o Donations to the Youth Min istry of Potter's House Deliver ance Tabernacle, 6916 Harney Road, resulted in the church being able to provide more than 100 blankets and soo pairs of socks to the homeless and members of the community who were in need. The church will be accepting donations of new or gently used blankets and socks through Tuesda y December 7th. Addi tionall y the Youth Ministry has joined forces with the Nursery Ministry collecting canned go ods. Last y ear more than so families received food baskets during the holidays They hope to serve twice as many families this year The idea was very successful .. I!' MINISTER MARKITIA HAGGINS Youth Pastor at Potter's House Deliverance Tabernacle and has inspired the Youth Ministry to it an annual .event and attempt to double the number of people they help. Minister Markitia Haggins, Youth Minister at the church said, "Our first priority is to the homeless, but we will help anyone who ask for help, you don't have to be a member "Our youth ministry is very excited about project. Through these efforts, our chil dren were able to see first-hand the affects of our community's homeless condition. They were able to pray, interact and assist those who were less fortunate, but yet very similar to themselves, as well as increase their level of humility and thankful ness," she said. Rev. Dr. Patricia Hauser founded the Potter's House De liverance Tabernacle 9 years ago. The church is celebrating its anniversary this weekend. Anyone wishing to make a do nation may contact Min. Markitia Haggins, at (813) 270-4509; Min. Tiffany 0. at (813) 401 9221; drop them off at the church. 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Local N CD ,... a: w m w > 0 z Volunteers, Students Honored During Awards Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c en w Last week, th e Bank of Amer-ican Charitable Foundation held its 2010 Hillsborough County Neighborhood Excel lence Initiativ e Awards Pro g ram. During the program, Volunteer Servic e Awards, Student Leaders, Local Heroes, a nd Neighborhood Builders were recognized. The program took pl ace at the Tampa Theater Wednesday, November 3rd A similar pro gram was held on Thursda y paying tribute to individuals in During the awards program student leaders were also recognized. Student leader Ashira Pelt, is shown with Kevin Ramirez, left, and her parents, Mrs. Assiran Pelt and Itaiszy Pelt. the same categories in St. Pe tersburg. It is part of an ongoing effort to stimulate economic vit ality. Bank of American Charitable Foundation provided nearly $1 million in flexible funding and l eaders hip training to area non profit s through its NeighborDuring the summer, th e stu dent participated in a paid, eight-week int e rn ship at non profit organizat i ons. The y a lso participated in a week-long s ummit held in Washington DC. )': hood Excellence Initiative ic:( Ms. Darlene Johnson, 9 Bank of America Branch ManfE ager, and Michael Dove, Vice c President of Development for Z 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, as Volunteer Serv
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New Rule Mav anect Upcoming Professor Files Citv Council Elections Ethics Complaint i BYIRISB.HOLTON aua1nst Norman Sentinel City Editor ::IJ Earlier this yea r two m embers of th e Tampa City Council resigned their posts to run for an other elected position. However, a new rul e passed b y th e c urr ent members will prevent e ith er of them from seek ing office in March 2011. The U.S. Department of Justice must approve the n ew rul e before it goes into effect. Rev. Thomas Scott, c urr en t City Council Chairman sa id he do esn' t foresee a n y problems with the rule b e ing a ppro ved by th e Justice De partment. He said the Justice Department is re quired to ensure that new measures are not discriminatory. If approved, the former Council m e mber must sit out a term before running for the Council again Ms. Linda Saul-Sena and John Dingfelder both resigned earlier this year to run for County Commission seat, but neither was suc cessful. The new rule would prevent them from seeking the office in the March election. When voters report to the polls in March 2011, they will decide on a new Mayor The y could pos sibly choose 7 new City Council members as well. THOMAS SCOTT GWEN MILLER City Council Chairman .. Plans to retire Councilwoman Mary Mulhern, e l ected in 2007, represents Di-strict 2. Her 4-year t erm is exp irin g and s h e must seek re-election. Curtis Stokes was chosen as an Int e rim City Council member for District 3 to fill th e vacancy created by th e resi g n a tion of Linda Saul-Sena. Appointed in ,July, Councilman Stokes plans to seek the Dis trict 1 Seat. Ms. Yvonne "Yolie" Capin was selected as an Interim City Council member for District 4 to fill the vacancy crea ted by the resignation of John Dingfelder. She has not formerly an nounced plans to run for the office next year. Chairman Thomas Scott was elected as the District 5 Councilman in 2007. He will not seek re-election because he has entered the race for Mayor of the City of Tampa. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As a private citizen Hillsbor ough Community College His tory Professor, Keith Berry, ha s filed an e thics complaint against se nat e-e l ec t Jim Norman. Professor Berry said he sent th e complaint to the Florida commission on Ethics based on a home Norman's wife acquired with money from one of his political supporters. "Base d on the allegations made against Norman on the Arkansas home purchase, un less a complaint is filed by a citizen, no action can be taken. PROFESSOR KEITH BERRY ingly then others seeking of fice can do the same thing." The Florida Ethics Commis sion will meet December 3rd and it will be up to the Gover nor or the Legislature on what action should be taken. We also must keep in mind I\) 0 ..... 0 Mrs. Gwen Miller, Councilwoman for Dis trict 1 won't seek re-election Councilwoman Miller served as the District 5 Councilwoman from 1995 to 2003, and as the District 1 Coun cilmember from 2007 to 2011. Charlie Miranda first served on the board from 1974 to 1979. He was elected again in 1995, an d served until 2003, when h e r esig ned to run for Mayor. He was re-elected in 2007 and cur rently serves as the District 6 Councilman. I want to see what consti tutes ethics in the State of Florida There is a statute re garding unauthorized compen sation and the statute is specific in mentioning family members and spouses. that Norman is still under an "T1 Councilwoman Miller sai d that s h e cou ld run for the seat in District 2, 3 or 5, but after 16 years of service, she plans to retire Councilman Joseph Caetano was elected to repr ese nt Dis trict 7 in 2007 His 4y ear term is expiring a nd mu s t see k re-election Professor Berry said this is an issue larger than Jim Norman. "This is an issue about w hat's considered ethical in Florida. If this isn t dealt with accord-Budgets are tight enough these days without wasting money and energy. By taking advantage of lower energy rates available most of the day, our Energy Planne,.SM Program can help you save about a month's worth of electricity each year. FBI investigation, said Professor Berry. The ethics issue can perhaps damage him politicall y I took this action because I don t want to see a bad precedent sta rted." The advanced thermostat, Installation and participation are all free In fact we 'll even include a free energy audit and eight energy -s aving light bulbs to maximize your savings. 'Savings may vary Advanced thermostat helps you keep energy costs low. FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs TAMPA EL.IECTRIC r 0 ::IJ c )> C/) m z ::! z m r m c r r m ::! z ""0 c m c C/) ::I: m c m < m ::IJ -< c m C/) c )>" z c "T1 ::IJ c

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lamp Possible Cause 01 Duplex Fire Fire crews work hard to put out a fire at a duplex on Yukon Street. a: u.. C On Saturday, November 13th, Tampa Fire Marshal's Office determined that the tenant Christina Robles, 23, left the apartment at 10:30 a.m. Investigators reported Robles left a clip-on type lamp turned on in the bedroom The lamp apparentl y got hot and possi bly fell and cam e into contact with a pile of clothes, setting them on fire Z Rescue units responded to a duplex fire at < 1204 East Yukon Street. While responding, fire crews could see heavy smoke rising up in en the distance. w ::::) .... > a: w > w When units arrived, they reported fire and smoke coming from the single story duplex. The fire was under control in 20 minutes. An Investigator from the Tampa Fire Fire crews stopped the flames from spread ing, and damage was only to the apartment where the fire started. c ----------------------------------------------------------------w ::J: en ::::; m ::::) D.. z lu ..J ..J Anist Wants To Change Image 01 HiP Hop lndustrv ::::) m BY LEON B. CREWS ..J Sentinel Staff Writer w z i= St. Petersburg native and ffi aspiring hip-hop artist, en Jackboy, said it's time .for < artists to accept responsibility for the kind of music their 0 producing and the lifestyle Li they re promoting. J ackboy has been performing for seven years, and says music has been a deep passion for:_ him for a long time. "I've seen what's been going on around me and the affect rap music has had on young people, and I think it's time to put on the brakes." "Like other artists, my music reflects what's happening around me and some personal encounters. I con sider myself more of a lyri cist, and I believe in trying to deliver a message to our young people." Jackboy said the problem in the industry is a lot o f artists are being followers instead of leaders. We need to stop following ti:ends and understl;lnd this CJ is an entertainment business, not a way of life. You JACKBOY don't have to live the life the rappers are talking about, because most of them haven't. "Our mentality is so dis tracted right now. I have a son, and I want to make sure his thoughts are directed to positive ventures, instead of pretending to be something he 's not." Jackboy said most o f th e stuff going around out th e r e today isn t real. "We've got to make a change, and as artists, it' s our responsibility to set the record straight to our young people. The music is very influential, and we need to lis ten and not follow. " R a p music is e volving and th e media is always drawn to the n e gati v e a s pects of the music The y p e rp e tuate that. 'Some societies w ant our y oung peopl e to reflect the music the y listen to instead of accepting it as entertain m e nt and nothing more. Jackboy said the perfect example is himself. He s an employee of Bank of America, but he s also a rap a rtist. "It s in our hands to take back control of the music. We ve got to direct Corporate America instead of it being the other way around. "We all want to be success ful and make money, but we've got to be aware of the price that is paid for that success It can be done without the destruction of our own p e opl e." Jackboy will be one of m a ny artists appearing December sth at Studio Inc on the Khia Show. Tampa Bav Vo-Tech Band Performs At FAMU Homecoming On Saturday, October 30th, Tampa Bay VocationalTechnical High School's Band made a trip to Tallahassee, Florida, to par ticipate in Florida A&M University s Homecoming Weekend 2010. The TBT band was the only band from Hillsborough County at the e vent. (Photos By Tommy Holton) The Tampa Bay-Vo-Tech Titan Band performs in Tallahassee during FAMU's Homecoming Weekend 2010. Ybor Club Square PanvNiUhl (Photos by Julia Jackson) DJ Randall 'C' Ms. Diva holding it down. 3608 N. 1Sth(comer0fl.,ake) Mr. Washington eqjoying the fun. Ms. Ebony'T.'

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ntertainment c: Jodeci Member Arrested For Single Hold Mv Hand' leads Michael Jackson Album MICHAEL JACKSON NEW YORK -Following the premier e of a controversial new Michael Jackson song, "Breaking News," last week, it was announced that the lead single from the late King of Pop's upcoming "Michael" album will be Hold My Hand," a duet with Akon. The song debuted as a stream on michaeljackson.com on November 15. Written b y Akon, "Hold My Hand" was recorded b y the Senegalese singer/rapper and Jackson in Las Vegas in 2007. An unfinished version of the song leaked in 2008, but Akon completed the final pro duction of the track after Jackson's death. "Th e world was not read y to hear 'Hold My Hand' when it leaked a co upl e yea rs ago," Akon sa id in a s tatement "We were d evas t a t e d about it But its time has definitely come. Th e first a lbum of original material from Michael Jackson in 9 years, "Micha el" will be released Dec 14 on Epic Here is the album's tracklist: "Hold My Hand" (Featuring Akon), "Hollywood Tonight ," "Keep Your Head Up," "(! Lik e) The Way You Love Me," "Monst e r" (Featuring 50 Cent), "Best of Joy," "Break ing News," "(!Can't Make It) Another Day" (Featuring Lenny Kravitz), "Behind the Mask" and "Much Too Soon." Kanve Cancels Upcoming 1odav Performance NEW YORK --Kanye West has backed out of a scheduled performance on NBC's "Today" show after get ting upset with how his inter view with host Matt Lauer last week was handled. West's record company confirmed the cancellation to "Today" after the rapper said on his Twitter account that h e wouldn't perform. He was scheduled to appear Nov. 26, part of a promotion drive for his new disc, "My_ Beautiful Dark Twist e d Fantasy," which is being relea sed Nov. 22. During the interview which was aired last week, West ap peared thrown when Today" aired a video clip of an embar rassing moment when he grabbed a miCrophone from Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards and said Beyonce should have won instead of Swift. West tweeted that he felt KANYEWEST "set up" by the intervi ew and that Lauer tried to force his answers. His cancellation no tice was accompanied by mixed messages. "Much love to Matt and the whole Today show," h e said in a Twitter message. "I accept y'all future apology in advance LOL!" Ne-YoHas A Babv Girl NEYO And MONYETTA Singer and songwriter NeYo can now officially add father to his list of accomplishments. According to published reports, Ne-Yo and his child's moth er, Monyetta welcomed a bab y girl into th e world November 13 in Atlanta. Although h e has been busy with charity events and pro moting his album, the R&B croo n er mad e it in tim e to wit n ess the birth of his daughter. 'Megamind' Beats Out 'Unstoppable' LOS ANGELES -Will Ferrell' s super-villain co m edy "Megamind" k ep t its hold on the North American box of fice for the seco nd weeke nd in a row, cas hin g in 30.06 mil lion dollars indu stry esti mates showed Su nday. DreamWorks Animation s 3D animation movie whic h also features the voices of Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill, pulled a h ead of "Un s toppable" despite its strong opening according to bo x office tracker Exhibitor R e lations Starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine as two daring blu e-co llar h e roes trying to prevent a h ea d-on collision with a runaway train full of h azardo us materials, "Unstoppable" took second plac e with 23.5 million dollars in ticket sales. Being Drunk At Subwav Looks like another member of th e hit '90s R&B band J odeci may need to Come Clean. Jodeci singer DeVante Swing was reportedly arrested at a Subway in Bur bank Calif., this past weekend for public drunkenness. Th e singer /producer whose r ea l name is Donald DeGrate Jr., was arrested after polic e rec e ived a call from a patron who said the singer was drunk, cras hing into ta bles and falling on the floor at the restaurant. The 41-year old was arrested for being DEVANTESWING drunk in public and taken to a nearb y jail.' The singer was later released. The police said Swing would not be charged with a crime. Drake Denies lil wavne Fight Rumors ., r 0 :a en m z ::::! z m r DRAKE And UL WAYNE OJ c: r r m Drake is denying rumors that he got into a phy sical al tercation with his mentor and Young Money head Lil Wayne. Late last week news broke that Lil Wayne had disci plined Drake by punching him in the face at his Las Vegas concert causing him to be b an ned from entering the Wynn Hotel. ::::! z According to Drizzy how-"'D c: ever those rumors are com-OJ pletel y false. r Drake took to his @Drakkardanoir Twitter page m c to debunk the rumors saying, "You got the story wrong ... lil Wayne punched me in my arm cause he saw a VW beetle pass by ... haaa ... -YM Forever.

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Bucs Go To 6-3 With Big Win Over The Panthers Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman passes the ball in the 2nd quarter. It 's been a long time since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been able to beat their NFC South rival, Carolina Panthers. This year, not only have the Bucs beaten the Panthers, but convincingly, both in Carolina and in C Tampa. ff This past Sunday, the Bucs c hammered the Panthers 31-Z 16 at Ra ymond James <( Stadium, and remain one game behind division leading Atlanta w Buccaneer quarterback Josh Freeman continues > his march among the elite of ffi the league with a two-touch> down, 241 ya rd performance. W On Sunday, Freeman's 53 favorite target, tight end :::t: Kellen Winslow, found th e U) end zone with a touchdown ::J m and finished th e evening with ::l a. z 6 catches for 65 yards. Even the Bucs ground game carne t o play, with LeGarrett Blount racking up 91 yards on 19 carries and a touchdown score, Carnell "Cadillac" Williams also had a great game with 65 yards on 5 carries and a touchdown Williams' score carne on a 45-yard run on a 3rd and 11 play in the fourth quarter. Wide receiver Arrelious Benn accounted for the other Bucs touchdown. Before the Bucs get a chance to savo r Sunday's vic tory, the y must prepare to g0 on the road for th e ir next two games, th e firsts in San Francisco agai n s t th e 49ers, then th e following week they trave l to Baltimore to face Ray Lewis and th e Ravens. i= w ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z i= z w U) *FLORIDA CLASSIC XXXI* ( a: 0 ..J LL November 20th Weekend Orlando, FL All-Inclusive Hotel, Ticket, &/or Party Packages "Come Enjoy The ULTIMATE 'Grown Folks Get-Away'/" Don t Miss ANY Of The Fun This Year ... "Co m e & Join US!" 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The organizers said there Moss Held To One Catch In Debut RANDY MOSS MIAMI The Tennessee Titans targeted their new rec e iver Randy Moss five times, but he ca ught onl y one pass in a 291 7 los s to the Miami Dolphins. After the Vikings r e l ease d him two week ago, the Titans c laimed Moss off waivers, hoping h e wou ld provid e a spark for a team that a lr eady l e d the NFL in scoring. But T e nn essee n e t t e d only 124 yards passing. Cornerback Vontae Davis shut out Moss for more than 55 minutes before giving up a 26-yard completion on a pass by Vince Young. Davis also was flagged for pass interference against Moss, which led to the Titans first touchdown. Young, hampered by a sore ankl e, pla ye d th e sec ond half after Kerry Collins was side lin ed with a ca lf injury. Neith e r quarterback sent the ball Moss' way much. This is a scene from a game between the Tampa Bay Ravens and the Nuccio Jaguars, the host team for the Holiday Bowl. will be an array of events that will include autograph signings and giveawa y s There will also be an open house party for the adults. The Holiday Bowl will feature celebrity coaches Gary Sheffield, K. J. Harris, and Reche Caldwell. Deadline to sign up for the event is November 29th. For more information about the event contact Ross Fabian at (813) 863-3083, Duke at (813) 389-4604, or Coach Dix at (813) Steelers' Ward Sustains Concussion Against Pats PITTSBURGH Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward sustained a concussion attemptin g to make a catch in the first quarter agai nst New England on Sunday night, ending his streak of 186 consecutive games with at l eas t one reception. The streak was the Steelers long es t and the third-longest in NFL history Ward was the fourth Steelers pla ye r to get a concussion in a week. Will Allen, Mewelde Moore and Isaac Redman were HINES WARD hurt in the Monday night game against Cincinnati. Allen did not play Sunday night. Restraining Order For Mavweather LAS VEGAS-A Las Vegas court has ordered boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. to stay away from his former girlfriend and th e ir two sons after prosecutors say he hit her and threatened to beat hi s children if they called 911. The 33-year-old Mayweather skipped a hearing last Tuesday before Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Diana Sullivan on eight misdemeanor and felony charges. Sullivan gave Mayweather a w e k to p ay $31,000 in bail. Authorities a lleg Mayweather also took mobile phones belonging to Josie Harris and his so n s follow-FLOYD MAYWEATHER in g the Sept. 9 dispute. Mayweather faces charges of felony coercion, grand larc ny and robbery and misdemeanor domesti battery and harassment. He could fac up to 34 years in prison if convicted on all char'ges. He is due back in court Jan. 24.

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Final Call For Florida Classic The 31st Annual Florida Classic between the Florida A&M Rattlers & BethuneCookman Wildcats on Saturday November 20th in Orlando FL is shaping up to become one of the largest and most highly anticipated Classics in some time. With the BCU Wildcats sporting a spotless 10-0 record, and having clinched at least a share of the MEAC Championship, demand for game tickets is reaching a level that hasn' t been seen years. "BCU being unde feated ha:s indeed risen the level of interest in this year's Game", says Michael Reid, President of MLR Entertainment, Inc. "The blizz BCU has created this year is definitely being demonstrated by the increased demand for game tickets this year. The game having an added level !Jf interest is always a good Rorida A&M University thing. Interest has risen so much, Reid h as recently partnered with Road Ready Tours to offer one-day bus transportation service to the game. "With so much demand, and with people preferring to not have to go through the hassles of trav eling over there if they don t have to, we felt that this would be highly attractive. Folks have the option to purchase either the tickets or transportation separate ly, or purchas e them both, and we're finding out the convenience is appreciated." A limited number of game tickets are still available and can be purchased by calling Reid, 813-240-3116, or online at www.yenomnation.com/orlando.html transportation is provided by Road Ready Tours 813-964-1062, or online at www.roadreadytours.com Santonio Holmes Comes Up Big For Jets SANTONIO HOLMES A couple seasons ago, Santonio Holmes made four receptions on the final drive, including a spectacu lar game-winner, to give the Pittsburgh Steelers their sixth Super Bowl title, something no other NFL franchise has ever done. Ben Roethlisberger still wishes Holmes was wear ing a Pittsburgh uniform. Holmes paid the price for a failed substance test th e Steelers vi1tually gave a w ay one of the game's best big game receivers -and now Mark Sanchez and the Jets are reaping the bene fits. Holmes was suspended for the first four games of the season, but he will con tin).le to pay dividends for the Jets. Tiger Magic Resurfaces In Melbourne Finale TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods saved his best for last Sunday in the final round of the JBWere Masters at Victoria Golf Club. After struggling on the greens all week the defend ing champion played the last six holes 6-under par r ecord ing two eag les and closed with a 6-under 65 equa lin g th e best round of th e da y a nd his best round of 2010. He finished at?und er 277 and fourth place, three strokes behind winner Stuart Appleby. "It was nice to get it going at the end," a smiling Woods said afterward. Woods, who played with Aussie Robert Allenby for the third time during the tournament, seemed very comfortable with the pairing as the duo chatted throughout the round. Although Woods stumbled early, he kept plugging and thrilled the large and appreciative galleries with his brilliant finish. So. Miss Plavars Shot In Nightclub HATTIESBURG, Miss Police say three University of Southern Mississippi football players were shot early Sunday during a fight at a nightclub and all three are in fair condition at a local hospital. Hattiesburg police spokesman Sgt. Allen Murray says linebacke rs Martez Smith and Tim Green and defensive end Deddrick Jones were shot just after 1:30 a.m. No arrests have been mJlde Murray said the fight took place at Remington's Hunt Club. He says the fight started inside the club then s pilled out into th e parking lot where the players were s hot Smith, a 22-year-old, fifth-year senior, was the team's starting middle line backer before a season-end ing knee injury last month. Jones, a 23-year-oldjunior, has started all to games, and Green, a 21-year-oldjunior has played in seven games as a backup. BEAUTY UNLIMITED ASHLEY '"T1 r-0 ::rJ c )> C/) m z ::1 z m r-As we start another week, our Beauty m Unlimited feature will be a face you've seen ? before, but not in this style. Ashley Ranay, J;; .... just in case you've forgotten, is a 22-year-old z Leo and enjoys shopping, working out and reading. In the future, Ashley Ranay wants to join the U. S. Air Force and continue her studies in physical therapy. Ashley Ranay's philosophy of life is: "To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe. 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0 a: LL 0 z c( 0 U) w : .... > a: w > w 0 w :::1: U) ::::i m : 11. MR. HAROLD" RAY OLIVER Mr. Harold Ray Oliver of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, passed away Saturday, November 13, 2010. Graveside services will be conducted Thursday, November 18, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park, 4615 East Hanna'Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow immediately. Mr. Harold Oliver was ana-tive of Cowan, Tennessee, and a resident of Tampa for 12 years. He attended Good News Baptist Church. He leaves to cherish his memory: seven children, Hollis Oliver (Trudy), Dossier Oliver, Valerie Oliver Johnson (Wendell-deceased), Gregory Oliver, Lorraine Oliver, Kimberly Oliver and Catherine Oliver;-four special daughters, Cindy Carter, Lori Hill, Julie Peerson, and the late .Diedre Vaughn; ten grandchildren, Michael Pope (Michelle), Orion Oliver, Patrick Powell (Tiffany), Quinn Oliver, Taisha Burrell, Wendell Johnson, III, Ramon Johnson, Monika Beatrice Bell, Jordan Oliver and Kayla Oliver; seven great grandchildren, Candice Ford, Tayshaun Burrell, Shania Burrell, Madeline Pope, Kareem Aursby, Kenneth Griffin and Bella Powell; and a host of family and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUCVIEWING. z i= w ..J ..J : m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, ..J Owners, 301 N Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfui= neralhome.com. z w U) c( 0 a: 0 ..J LL Let our fiunily tnlce care of ;your fiu1 rily earetha lceytoa 6neandq40lityservlce" Harmon Funeral Home John W. Hannon, L .F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 MR. L. B. ANDERSON, JR. Mr. L. B. Anderson, Jr. went home to be with the Lord on November 14, 2010. The son of the late L. B. Anderson, Sr. and Altamese, he was born on November 16, 1953, in Savannah, Georgia and relocated to Tampa, at an early age. L. B. was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1971. A Southern University Jaguar, he earned the Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing, with a minor in Economics in 1975-For more than two decades he was a Hillsborough County government employee, most recently in the health and social services department. A faithful servant of God, L. B. was ordained as a deacon at Re-Birth M. B. Church. He continued in service at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church as a member of the Board of Deacons and the Male Chorus. His loving spirit will resonate with his loved ones who remain: his devoted wife of29 years, Karen; daughter, Andrea Anderson-Potter (Rico, Sr.); sons, Landon and Lamont; granddaughters Stephanie and Shayna Potter; grandsons, Rico, Jr. and Saivonne Potter; great granddaughter, Amiya Potter; mother, Altamese Anderson; brothers, Harold and Derrick; sister, Ellonaise Anderson; a very special niece, Allison Anderson; father-inlaw and mother-in-law, Robert and Audrey Dawson; cherished friends, Andrew and Sharon Frazier, numerous cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A celebration of life will be observed on Wednesday, November 17 2010, at u:ooA.M. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, with the pastor Rev. Walter Williams, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. The remains will repose today (Tuesday) at Wilson Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Wednesday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsop-fuperalhome.com w_._. FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tompo, FL 33605 (800)805-3350. (813)248-8125 www.wllson-fun lhome.oom Integrity Funeral Services 3822 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIE MAE MOORE November 17 1925-March 17 2001 \\'hen someone we love becomes a memory, the memory will be treasured. You will always be loved by us forever. Your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and friend, Emma. DEATH LISTS Local BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM EZRA 'WHEYES' HALL Remembering you on your 29th birthday. You will always be loved and missed. Your sisters: leisha, Tamika and Shericka;' mom, Florlil; kids, Yahsaac, Yahzra and Yah'arra; brothers, Marty and Randy; nep.hews, Khyree and Tony; nieces, Ronnecia and Mya; and Mr. Albert. AIKENS FUNEWHOME Mrs. Annie R. Keeby, Valrico, FL. Mrs. Shirley Wingfield, Tampa. Popular Middleton Grad loses Banle With Cancer Mr. Dale Maurice Haywood, Tampa. MRffi-DERR &ANDERSON FUNEWHOME Mrs. Betty L. Johnson Dickson, Tampa. HARM Oil FUNEUlHOME Mrs. Jannie Mae Johnson, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Harold Oliver of Murfreesboro, TN. Mr. Sergio Rodriguez of Tampa . STONE'S MEMORIAl FUNERAl HOME Ms: Estral Ia Alas, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. L. B. Anderson, Tampa. Joyce Corbett, Tampa Ms. Helen Mitchell, Tnmpn. Very few people in Tampa were die-hard Middleton High School fans as much as L. B. Anderson, Jr., a 1971 graduate. In 2008, Anderson was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma. He had just had a tumor removed from his spine, and had recovered quickly. His wife of almost 29 years, Karen Anderson, said two weeks ago her husband told her he was tired. On Sunday Anderson passed away, two da ys before his s?th birthday. Mrs. Anderson said her husband more than anything, love d talking about Middle ton High school and South ern University. "If there's one thing I can say about m y husband, it's that he never met an enemy. Everyone was his friend. Before his illness Anderson was employed by Hills borough County's Health and Social Services Program. Mrs. Anderson said he en joyed working with the homeless and was a very compassionate person. He would even feed them on occasion. But L. B. really loved sports. I called him an under cover Devil Rays fan. Anderson was a 2-letter star at Middleton in track and field, and football. Mrs. Anderson said L. B. L. B. ANDERSON, JR. loved traveling with her to attend the Florida Classic in Orlando. "I' m a Florida A&M Univer sity graduate, and this will be the first Florida Classic we'll miss as a couple. We traveled to New Orleans and Baton Rouge for the Southern games. One ofL. B.'s friends came and talked to him about the game this past weekend, and it got to him, because he knew he wouldn t be able to go." Mrs. Anderson said there' s a big void in her life but someone she will find a way togo on. Anderson has a sister ami two brothers and was a dea-con at Mt. Zion M. B. Church. He was aiso the father of three children. Wilson 's Funeral Home is assisting the family at thi time.

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Crime Teens Arrested After Painting Racial Slurs On Vehicles ROBERTRUIZ The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that a fight between a group of teenagers Frida y turned into a crime spree that included burgl a ry and spray painting racial slurs and genitals on vehicles. According to reports the teenagers, 14 and 16 have been charged with fi v e counts of auto burglary residential burglary and 1 7 counts of criminal mischief with a hate crime enhance ment. Deputies said sometime between 9 p m Thursday and 2 a.m. Friday, the teenagers stole spray paint and rode around northwest JALEELJOSEPH Hillsborough and Tampa targeting v e hicl es. Th ey r e port e dl y drew picture s o f genita ls, wro t e expletives a nd sc r aw l e d a slur, cau sing $ 1 7,000 in damag e One of th e victim s in th e spree, an African Ameri can, had reportedly been in a fight with the t ee n a g e r s in the pa s t h v o w ee ks d e puti es said. His f amil y s vehicl e had two ra c i a l slurs painted on it. Deputies also recov e r e d a nd r eturne d $ 2 ,000 worth of stolen property The teenag e rs w e re id e nti fied as Robert Ruiz, 14, and Jaleel Joseph, 16 Two Arrests Made In Clo,hing Store Robberv 1YRONEJOSEPH ST. PETERSBURG Last Wednesday, St. Petersburg Police arrested two men in connection with the armed robbery of a clothing store. M. J. Fashion Store was robbed by five men two weeks ago. Investigators said tl i e robbers originally tried tt> inside of the store but weren t successful. They took clothes and shoes instead. After the robbery, the suspects took the clerkis keys and stole hi s car. U S. Marshals arrested Tyrone Joseph, 20, at his home last Wednesday and charged him with armed robbery, kidnapping, aggra vated battery and auto theft. Detectives are still s e arching for the re!llaining four sus pects. Later last Wednesday, police arrested a man they said purchased some of the stolen property. He was wearing a pair of Nike Air Jorda n Slide s sandals beli e ved to have b ee n taken from the s tor e Terrence Jamal Roberson, 16, wa s charge d with dealing in stolen prop e rty. Police found Joseph and Roberson at a home on Second Avenue, North with some clothing and shoes stolen from the clothing store. Police also found a vehicle they believ e is con nected to the clothing store robbery and home invasions Brothers Hold Would-Be Robber For Police CLARENCE LAMPKINS CLEARWATER-Clearwater Police report that on Saturday night, two brothers were able to stop a would-be robber and detain him until police arrived. Police said Ali and Haidar Ateia, 17 and 16 respectively, wrestled a gun away from Clarence Lampkins, 56 when he e nter e d th e ir conv e nience s tor e According t o r eports, Lampkins entered the s tor e on North Fort Harrison A venu e at 7 p .m. He pulled a four-pack of b eer from a c ooler. Poli ce said the brothers were suspiciOus of Lampkins, especiall y when h e adjusted s omething on the right sid e of hi s w a ist. Police s aid Lampkins had a black handgun under his s w eater. A c cording to r eports pull e d th e gun th e brothers grabbed it from him and locked him in s ide th e s tor e until police arri v ed Lampkins was arrested on charges of carrying a concealed firearm, possession of cocaine, robbery felonious possession of a firearm, battery, and possession of a fire a rm while committing a felony. Three Men Souuhtln Four Armed Robberies ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police are looking for three men suspected in a strong of armed robberies that started October 2 7th. The latest robbery occurred Monday evening at the Central V-Mart on Central Ave nue Police said three suspects arrived on bicycles. One acted as a lookout while the other two armed with handguns, went inside and demand e d mone y Once they got the money all three l eft on bicycles. Polic e w e r e a ble to connect th e robb ery to pr e viou s inci d ents b ecause of the same numb e r of susp e cts the s a m e d escriptions and the same g e neral area. The men who entered the store wore bandanas or a shirt o ver their faces police said. Police hav e described the su s pects as Black males, two appearing to be in their 20s and a third appearing to be in his 30s Anyone with information is asked to call (727) 893-7780 -t c: m CJ) One Of 'America's Most wanted' Nabbed During Stop c z m 3: Ill m :::D On Sunday at 3:45 a.m a routine DUI traffic stop by Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies resulted in the arrest of one of "America's Most Wanted." According to the report, a deputy stopped a 2002 Lexus that was traveling north on Dale Mabry Highway near Waters Avenue. The deputy report edly saw the vehicle in the center lane drifting and weaving, accelerating for no reason and almost crashing into other vehicles The deputy activated his lights and siren and the driver turned onto Waters Avenue, stopping in the parking lot of a business. The deputy reported that when he approached he v ehicle, there was a strong odor of alcohol coming from the dri v er. The driver submitted to a sobriety test and failed. While the deputy with the as sistance of another deputy was trying to handcuff the driver he struggled, struck one of the deputies in the chest causing him to injure his leg. The suspect then ly tried to run from the deputies. He was pursued on MICHAEL MITCHELL foot and eventually tased. The suspect, later identi fied as Michael Anthony Mitchell (also known as Tyrell Lavane Phillips), 27, was arrested on charges ... en N 0 ... 0 of battery on a law enforce, ment officer obstructing or 5 opposing an officer with Vio-:::D lence and driving under the influence. CJ) During the booking m process, jail personnel received a hit on _Mitchell's z fingerprints. He was wanted m r for aggravated murder in 111 Cincinnati, Oh{o, and has C: been featured on "America' s I= Most Wanted." m .... Mitchell is currently in z the Orient Road Jail with a "U hold for aut}10rities in C: Cincinnati. c;; :::E: m UNCLE SANDY c m < m ... Take away only that 5, 11, 14, 18 which is no longer of 22, 25, 29, 30 any use to you 33, 35, 39, 40 and replace it with what you need the most 44, 46, 49, 51 WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 14&1 Tapa Pall PIIZI -t c: m CJ) c )> z c c @ lebrasb ave. & scan St. .,. \ '' 'l : c I -"' : > : '' ., ; o '' .. 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0 ,.... 0 N cti ,.... a: w m :: w > 0 z C/) II w ;:) 1-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-014036 DIVISION F RF SECTION I SIGNATURE GROUP HOLDINGS, INC., successor in interest to FREMONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION f/kla/ FREMONT INVESTMENT & LOAN a CALIFORNIA CORPORATION (PLAINTIFF) vs. GRACE F. COLLYMORE and all unknown parties C claiming by through under and against the above 0::: named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive u.. c z a: w > whether said unknown are persons hei r s devisees grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF GRACE F. COLLYMORE; TENANT !/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT in possess i on of the subject real property DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final fit Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell ::1: the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Flor ida en described as : :;j m ;:) a. z i= w ...I ...I ;:) m ...I w z i= z w C/) a: 0 ii 00 ,.... LOT 75 MARSHALL TERRACE, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 36, PAGE 10, OF THE PUBLIC ; RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA at public sale to the h i ghest and best bidder for cash at 2:00 p m. on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street Tampa, F l orida 33602 on March 9. 2011. The highest b i dder shall immed i ately post w ith the Clerk a depos i t equal t o f ive 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 the 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 THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA, 33602 (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 5.tb. day of Novembet 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT W By: /a/SUSAN D'LORETO AS DEPUTY CLERK c.; \ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-CA-18602 REGIONS BANK, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH AMSOUTH BANK, (PLAINTIFF) vs. BONIFACE R. IDZIAK Ill, et al. DEFENDANT(s) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 27, 2010 in Case No. 09-CA18602 of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit for Hillsborough County Florida i n which Regions Bank Successor by Merger with AmSout h Bank i s Plaint i ff and Boniface R ldziak Ill Steven C Heller Unknown Tenant # 1 n /k/a Francie Shames and Unknown Tenant # 2 n /k/a Murphy Shames e t al., are Defendants I w ill sell to the highest and best b i dder for cash on the 2nd Floor Room 202 i n George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street at 2 :00 p m or as soon thereafter as the sale may proceed on the 9th day of February. 2011, the following described real property as set forth in said Final Judgment to wit: The West 29 Feet Of The North 1f2 Of Lot 1 And The East 75 Feet Of The North 1f2 Of Lot 3, Block 9 Henderson Beach, According To The Plat Thereof As Recorded In Plat Book 8, Page 21, Of The Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida. 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 ON THE SAME WITH THE CLERK OF COURT WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE FORECLOSURE SALE. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMODATION IN ORDER TO ACCESS COURT FACILITIES OR PARTICIPATE IN A COURT PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE TO REQUEST SUCH AN ACCOMMODATION PLEASE CONTACT COURT ADMINISTRATION WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF THE DATE THE IS NEEDED : COMPLETE THE REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATIONS FORM AND SUBMIT IT TO 800 E TWIGGS STREET ROOM 605, TAMPA, FL 33602. D ated this day of November. 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/SUSAN D LORETO AS DEPUTY II NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Hillsborough Community College is accepting submissions for the following: RFQ # 2563-11 Construction Management Services HCC Collaboration Studio, Ybor City Due Date: December 14, 201 0 before 1 :00 p m II For mor e information, please visit our website at: h tt p : // www.h ccfl. ed u/ dao / adm i n andfina nce/ depa rt mentslpurchasing a s p x and click on "Competitive Solicitations and then "Current Opportunities." EMPLOYMENT Job/Health Career Fair Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately! 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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-015195 Section I Div: F ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC-SERIES 2010A (Plaintiff} vs. MATIZA EDWARDS 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 MATIZA EDWARDS; OAK TERRACE PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.; CITY OF TAMPA; SUAREZ PLUMBING, INC.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Final JudgmenVOrder entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following prop erty situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: LOT 439 AND 440 REVISED PLAT OF OAK TERRACE, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 36, 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, Florida 33602, on December 16. 2010. The highest 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 the 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 THE SALE NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK S ADA COORDINATOR, 60{ E KENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205, WITHIN 2 (TWO) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICES IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this 8th day of November. 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By : /s/ SUSAN D LORETO DEPUTY CLERK Fc.r Vc:._.r Flc.rldc. B._. I I .-. "-1\1'1 .. ..-t: ... .... E>e_,..-___ ..A..,...c:tl 11>-ll:alt --....,._ .... t ---lhoc.-.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-012165 Division A Section I U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2005-16HE Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2005-16HE, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. JOSEPH MICHAEL CRISAFULLI AND JENNIFER GARCIGA CRISAFULLI 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; MIDLAND FUNDING, LLC, as successor in interest to CITIBANK (South Dakota), N A.; CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES, LLC, as assignee of CALVARY INVESTMENTS, LLC, as assignee of ECAST SETTLEMENT CORP., as ass i gnee of MBNA; HSBC BANK NEVADA N.A., TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT, and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Final JudgmenVOrder entered i n the above noted case that I will sell the follow ing prop erty situated i n Hillsborough County Florida described as: LOT 18 BLOCK 8, TEMPLE TERRACE RIVERSIDE SUBDIVISION, UNIT #2, ACCORDING TO THE MAP /PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 32, PAGE(S) 71 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale to the highest and best b i dder tor cash at 10 :00 a.m., on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida 33602, on February 9. 2011. The highest b i dder shall immediately post with the Clerk a depos i t equal to five per cent (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 the 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 VVITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.-PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK S ADA COORDINATOR, 601' E. KENNEDY BLVD. TAMPA, FLORIDA (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205 WITHIN 2 (TWO) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICES IS NEEDED ; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this .9th day of November. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/TONYA R. TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM [ FOR RENT II North Tampa 212 Townhouse Fenced Yard, No Pets WDH, Ceramic Tile 2-Story Section 8 OK Call (813) 949-3482 Gann & Gann Rentals Call For Rent (813) 229-8696 Or (813) 373-2515 407 E. Floribraska Ave. Apartment 806 Floribraska Avenue Room For Rent Condo -Pond View Near Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $650 00/Monthly Gated Community Swimming Pool, Laundry Water And Sewer Included (813) 39Q-4169 South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 W Bath Townhouse Washer / Dryer Hook-up Fenced Patio Section 8 Ready $850.00/Monthly Call 813 451-9201 Upstairs 3 Bettroom/2 Bath Condo Near Chamberlain HS Screened Patio Gated Community Pool Must See!!! Section 8 OK Call (813) 96Q-8490 ...... sn N 0 ...... 0 ., r-0 ::rJ c > en m z :::! z m r-m c: rr-m :::! z ""C c: m r-en m c m < m ::rJ -< c: m en c > z c ., c

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