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-..... N a: w Ill w .... NAACP Executive Comminee Member Dies Suddenlv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor (/) A longtim e member of the ffi NAACP and former Chair::::) person of the NAACP Educat-tion Committee died suddenl y at her residence. She was 64 years old After family members could not contact Ms. Brenda Jordan by tele phone, the y asked an ac quaintance to check on her on Sunda y It was discovered that Ms. Jordan had passed suddenly at her residence. Ms. Jordan was born in Orlando on February 2, 1947 and raised in Sanford Florida. She attended the public schools of Seminole County and graduated from Croombs High School. Fol lowing graduation Ms. Jordan applied to and was accepted at Bethune-Cooke man College. a: After earning her degree u. 0 in Education, Ms. Jordan z moved to Tampa and became c( an educator with the Hillsborough County Public School District. She dediw cated more than 30 years of her life to educating the stuft dents of w > MS. BRENDA JORDAN ... Dies Suddenly County before retiring She was a giver. She loved volunteering at the NAACP and logic puzzles. She will be missed," her niece, Mrs. Veronica Graham Scurry said Ms. Patricia Spencer, Area Director of the NAACP said "We are all saddened b y her passing and she is defi nitely going to be missed." Mrs. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP said, "Ms. Jordan was in strumental in the branch s year-round tutorial program She has worked with many local educators and helped mold many yougg by her years of academic man dates. "Ms. Jordan was an icon at the branch and she will be missed. The Executive Committee will salute Ms. Jordan's family with a tra dition that she initiated with the branch under the um brella of'Breaking Bread To gether.' As President and on behalf of the branch, we are encouraging all current and past Executive Committee members to call the branch office for more details." State Rep. Betty Reed said "Ms. Jordan was there for several years. She was so dedicated that even when she was ill, if she could get out of bed, she would come. Education in Hillsbor ough County has really lost a giant.' Mrs. Graham Scurry said Ms. Jordan had one son, John Jordan, who died in 2004. She is survived b y her siblings nieces nephews, other family mem bers and friends. Funeral services for l\{s. Jordan were incomplete as of press time. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. w c w :::z::: (/) ::J Ill ::::::) Mavor's Youth Corps Accepting Nominations Q. The Mayor's Yo\lth Corps is currently accepting nomit:i nations and applications for :j the Class of 2012 Nominaffi tions for the organization will ...J be accepted from each of the w public and private high schools within the city limits of Tampa. Applications are available in the Guidance Office and are due by October 14,2011. z ;::::: z w (/) c( c a: 0 ...J u. News Alert: The Florida Law states That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care ... Service I Help trom tt1e be0kw11110 end. An .AttorneY wtl come to you st home cw wcwtc-No Recovery, NoF- Investigators If tt-. o dlapute on how the eeeident oc;cured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Specializing Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Sllp&Fall Pedestrian lnctdenta Lose Wages Wrongful Death And More ... __ __________ ..,.. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B Inc Past members of the Mayor s Youth Leadership Council will review the appli cations and conduct inter views for acceptance into the program. Youth Corps activities in clude team building leader ship development community service, open forums with the Mayor and the production of a youth-fo cused television show Prom The Corps, which airs on CTIV Channel 615 (Bright House) or Channel15 (Veri zan Fios). For additional informa tion contact Rebecca Heimstead, Youth Corp s and Volunteer Coordinator at (813) 274-5909 or e m a il R e b ecca.Heimstead@tam p agov .net. u. s. Marshals Arrest Bank Robberv suspect The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has secured warrants for a man suspected of robbing as rriany as five banks in Tampa. The suspect is currently being held in a Queens, NewYorkjail. Police said Kevin Brian J ackson, 34, allegedly robbed the Sun Trust Bank, 6925 North 56th Street, on June 14th, -and the Regions Bank, 11804 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. On August 1st, Jackson returned to the Sun Trust Bank on N. 56th Street and robbed it a second time. He is also suspected of robbing two other banks in Tampa. During their investigation, Sheriffs detectives developed information that Jackson was living in a boarding house in Queens, New York. ... Arrested in Queens, New York Detectives contacted the U S. Marshals' Office and Jackson was arrested 'Vithout in cident. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has three war rants issued for in connec tion with the bank robberies. Hillsborough Countv Branch NUCP Comminee Chairs At Work DR. FAITH FELDER Two of the committee chairs of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP have a bus y week ahead with com munity-involved activities. Both activities are in keeping with the national mission and vision of the NAACP and the local chairs are excited about what the programs have to offer the community for im proved lives Ms. Yvette Lewis, Chair for the Political Action Com mittee is hosting her second community meeting The 2011 2012 theme is "My Voice-M y Vote-M y Power: Taking Back M y Comm u nity .'' The meeting will focus on vot e r suppression tactics a nd the implementation of a strate gic plan to ensure vot e r 's participation. Chair Lewis is calling for p astors, churches organi z a tions, a s s ociations Mason Ea stern Stars fr a t e rnities sororities, clubs groups and int e rested individu a ls to at t e nd thi s m ee tin g Th e m ee ting will b e h e ld a t L ee Davis 3402 N. 22 n d Stree t o n th e 2 nd F loor in th e a udit o rium a t 6:30 PM, S e p t emb e r 29, 2011. Ms. Lewis is calling for all non-partisan individuals and groups to join the NAACP Political Action be cause "it is up to us to Take Back and Represent Our Community!; it is up to us to inform our community!; it is u p to us to empower our community! ; and it is up to !.IS! It is our Community." Dr. Faith Felder is the Chair for the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Health Committee. Dr. Felder has hosted her com mittee meeting and devel oped a plan of action to meet the goals of the national di rectives for the health com mittee. In with the na tional goals for the Health Committee Dr. Felder has encouraged the health of the Branch Execu ti v e Committee Members by encouraging the adoption of healthier day-to-da y practices and lifestyle changes. Dr. Felder has an nounced the participation in the October 1st "TAKE A LOVED ONE TO THE DOCTOR DAY." This health-re lated activi ty is designed to highlight the issues of impor tanc e to people of color and all citizens b y promoting protecting and maintaining individual healtl1 due to the disparities in healthcare F or mor e information call 8 13.234 .8 6 83 o r 23 I-V 0 T E o r e nd a n e mail f r o m tl1e web s it e a t www.hillsbor o u g hn aa cp .org


c: Features Elderlv woman Dies, Son lniured In House Fire This is what's left of the small attached house where Mrs. Smith was found. An East Tampa mother died late Friday and her son was in jured during a house fire. She was 81-years-old. According to police, firefight ers received a call of a fire at 2922 E. 21st Avenue, around 10:20 p m. Upon arriving at the scene, they found a s8-year-old man was lying in the front yard. Firefighters learned that neighbors Jerry Haymon, so, and ss-year-old Van Bryant had dragged Gregory Polite from the burning struc ture. Polite, 58, was trans ported to Tampa General Hospital, where he was admit ted to the Burn Unit in serious condition. Police said it took firefight ers nearly 25 minutes to get the blaze under control. Police said Polite was in jured trying to rescue his mother, Mrs. Gloria Smith, 81, from the home. He was un able to reach her because the fire was too intense. Mrs. Smith was pronounced dead at the scene. Mrs. Smith's daughter, Gail Davis, said her mother had lived in the house for 59 years. "My mother retired more than 20 years ago, and had re cently experienced some pro gressive health issues. In spite of that, she loved to travel and we all went by the house to check on her every day "What happened that day is she was washing clothes in a machine on the back porch After putting the clothes in the washer, she sat down on a couch in the living room area of an attached smaller house be hind the main house. She lit a cigarette and ap parently fell asleep. She was awakened later by smoke and tried reaching the door, and couldn't get to it. She backed up into the bathroom and tired opening a window, but couldn't do it. That's where they found her." Ms. Davis said although h e r brother Mr. Polite, sustained serious burns to his back and side, she considers him a hero for his efforts. "He went to rescue her, opened the door and was met by flames. He turned away and heard a roar, and the next thing he knew, the flames were on his VAN BRYANT ..... along with others, he helped pulled Gregory Polite out of burning house. back. We're happy that he's alert now and talking, but he still has a long way to go." In addition to Mrs. Smith, Polite's wife, Mrs. Delicia Polite, 39 and stepson, Larry Bell, 8, were also in the home N e ither of them were injured. The wooden house which was built in 1925, was completely destroyed. Funeral se rvices for Mrs. Smith were incompl ete as of press time. Wilson 's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. (Article written by Iris Holton and Leon Crews) m fJ) c Communitv Center Renamed To Honor Retired Councilwoman fJ) m ., m 3: m m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, September 27th, city officials and mem bers of the community will gather at an East Tampa com munity center. The facility will be renamed in honor of a re tired longstanding City Coun cilmember. Mayor Bob Buckhorn and City Council members will gather at the Woodland Terrace Community Center, 6408 N 32nd Street, for the 3 p.m. ceremony. The building will be renamed in honor of Mrs. Gwendolyn Miller, who served for 16 years on the City Council before retiring in March 2011. Mrs. Miller said, "It's an honor to have someone to care that much about you to name a building after you." Tampa banker Curtis Stokes nominated Mrs. Miller for the honor. During her tenure as a member of City Council, Mrs. MRS. GWEN MILLER ... Retired City Councilmember Miller was instrumental in obtaining funding for the con struction of the center. The fa cility opened in 2002 and she secured funding for its expan sion in 2008. Mrs. Miller said this is the second time her name was submitted for the honor. Mrs. Ruth Fleming and the late Theron Morris submitted :::D her name several years ago. However, she withdrew her name to avoid controversy. Mrs. Miller was first elected to represent the zens of District 5 in 1995. she served as Chairperson from 2004 to 2008, and Chair Pro Tem from 2008 until her re tirement. During her tenure on City Council,Mrs.Millerbecame the second African American and the first woman to serve in that capacizy. She also be came the first African American to serve as Chairman. Her victory in the 2003 race for District 1, marked the first time an African American won an at-large, citywide City Council seat. ., A member of New Mount b Zion M. B. Church, Mrs. :!! Miller is married to Hillsbor-c ough County Commissioner )> Les Miller, Jr. She is the mother of 4 children and has Z 6 grandchildren. m r-m c: r r-!!l z ., c: m r-c;; ::z:: m c m < m Avenue Tampa, Florida 33614 (813) 353-3609 BASIC CHURCH PACKAGES c: m fJ) c G') m w


-r--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------editorials/Columns ,.... N a: w m ::::E w a.. w (/) >.:' C( c (/) w c a: I.L c z c( c (/) w ::::::) .... > a: w > w c w l: (/) :::::i m a.. z ..1 .... m ..1 w z z w (/) c( c 0 ..1 I.L 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 1901n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.oo-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expresaed on editorial pagea of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Wrltera, do not neceaaarlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publish. Free Marcus Garvev H is name was Marcus Mosiah Garvey, known worldwide for his tireless agitation to redeem the spirit of Africa and to reform the minds of Black people throughout the world. In the United States of America, Garvey became leader ofthe United Negro Improvement Association {UNIA), better known as the "Back-toAfrica," movement, an endeavor that would see him named as "Provisional President of Africa," and would have him imprisoned and deported back to Jamaica for the accused crime of mail-fraud. Marcus Garvey would go to his grave pleading his innocence. However, 71 years later, a group of historians, lawyers, and right-thinkers have banded together to right the wrong perpetrated against this man. Thus far, their efforts have met silence from the White House. For this reason, we bring the plight of Marcus Garvey to your attention. We remember Marcus Garvey's tireless efforts to build a Black American state alongside the nation of Liberia. We recall his fledgling corporation called the "Black Star Line." But most of all, we remember his parades on the streets of Harlem and the hope he gave to millions of Black folks world-wide by both word and deed. Nevertheless, according to recent reports, President Obama was asked to grant Garvey a pardon for what many have seen as a bogus and contrived accusation. Thus far, President Obama has refused to consider the request. However, we join supporters in asking our president to reconsider his unwillingness if indeed, he is unwilling. It is time to bring a hero home. It is time to free the memory of Marcus Garvey. Democrats And Republicans Collaborate For Disaster And whoever said D.C. Republicans and Democrats couldn't work together? Why, just the other day, a bill came through the House of Representatives, which, if passed, would have given the federal government added spending money after the month of September, and would also grant disaster aid for fellow Americans who had suffered or who may suffer from natural disasters like the recent Hurricane Irene, which cost Americans billions of dollars in repairs. And do you know what? Both Democrats and Republicans banded together and for one of the few instances in recent history, voted "No" regarding the bill. Why did Democrats and Republicans boo a bill that could save not only our federal government, but could save countless lives and livelihoods? Republicans argued the bill cost too much, a likely story. But Democrats countered that the bill didn't cost enough and it left too many "'':t programs suffering tax cuts: another likely story. w But the bottom line is millions of Americans who may CJ be waiting for financial assistance for damages caused by if natural disaster, must now face another disaster: the un-Tinkering With Medicare The time has come for all Americans to realize that if we are to preserve Medicare as we know it for future generations, then the heralded program must be tinkered with. It should not and cannot be ended or en dure a major overhaul. I recently read that there are approximately so million Americans on Medicare. That is a large number of people with more on the way be cause the baby boomers are starting to come aboard. To keep Medicare viable and ef fective some tinkering has to take place The tinkering cannot in volve any reduction in pa tient's benefits. Medicare premiums run on approxi mately $115 per month. You can't beat the cost for the coverage. The tinkering with the system can start by raising the premium by a mere $10 a month. With so million peo ple already on Medicare, a $10 a month increase would generate an additional $soo,ooo,ooo (five hundred million) a month. Multiply that by 12 months and the Medicare pot grows tremendously. The second thing that can be done is that the cost of medical services should be revisited. Hoipital costs, the cost of technical services like x-rays, MRis and cat scans can be reduced. Finally, the cost of pre scription drugs needs to be reduced. A good case can be made for this when you con sider that an aspirin cost about $4 in a hospital. There are some other things that William Stilll1821-19021: Father 01 The Underground Railroad IUGRRJ While many of you rec ognize and give credit to Harriet Tubman as the "Mother of the Under ground Railroad," few of us give as much credit to William Still as the "Father of the Underground Rail road." Just in case some of you weren't fortunate enough to take a Black History course, the Underground Railroad (UGRR) was a loosely knit network of secret routes and meeting places, transporta tion and safe-houses used by American slaves to escape to the free states and to Canada with the aid of abolitionists and other allies who were sympathetic to their cause. William Still, free Black man, known as the father of th e UGRR, was said to have helped at least 60 slaves per month to escape slavery. Born in Burlington County, New Jersey, Still was the youngest of the 18 children born to Levin and Charity Still. Levin Still had purchased his freedom from an Eastern Shore Maryland slave master and had moved to New Jersey, while Still's wife, Char-ity, and their children would escape later to join him. When William Still reached the age of 23, he moved to Philadelphia and began to work as a janitor and clerk for the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society. Still's job was really serv ing as the chief organizer of assistance to runaway slaves who managed to reach the City of Brotherly Love. Not only did Still move in the ranks of the organization to become its chairman, but he also became well known as a leader in the Black commu nity. In fact Still was ap pointed to Philadelphia s General Vigilance Committee, which also helped runaway slaves. Latitia George became William Still's wife in 1847. They raised four children all of whom would become well known in the fields of medi cine, education, law and journalism. After opening a successful stove appliance and coal delivery business and buying an expensive home, Still used his home to shelter, feed, and clothe run away slaves. can be done to preserve Medicare. These ideas are just for starters. Some changes are going to come. If President Barack Obama doesn't do it, the next president will. Instead of fighting the tinkering, we just need to be steadfast It is a fact that Republi cans are talking about doing away with Medicare and Social Security. Medicare costs this rountry a lot of money and the pressure is on Pres. Obama to make some life preserving changes to the program. America can't get angry with the president for tinkering with the program. It is some thing he needs to do and it is something he has to do. Any plan to do away with Medicare, any plan to priva tize it or any plan to cut ben efits must be. met with a powerful force of resistance. Medicare is a magnificent and effective program. It needs to be here as long as America is here. In fact, when John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, West Virginia failed, Still hid John Brown's wife, daughters, and sons along with some of the other raiders in his home. No less than 649 docu ments and written interviews of slaves were completed, hid den and maintained by William Still. You can read these documents by going on line to www.guinaipiac.edu to read them and to learn some of the feelings of and chal lenges faced by runaway slaves between the years of 18so and 1860. As a Civil Rights advocate and as a humanitarian, Still attempted to desegregate Philadelphia's public trans portation system in 1859, es tablished and orphanage for the children of Black Civil War soldiers and sailors, a home for the elderly, and founded the Mission Sabbath School and a Black Young Men s Christian Association (YMCA for Black men.). Based upon community respect, Still was elected to the Philadelphia Trade Board. The author of three books William Still met fellow abolitionist Frederick Douglass, and the two became friends with Harriet Tubman and others. Yes, Still wore many hats abolition ist, UGRR-conductor, writer, historian, father, husband, and civil rights activist. Thus, in the future, when you think of Harriett Tubman, remember William Still who stood beside her. natural disaster of a do-nothing government gridlocked on an egotistical Capitol Hill. In truth, we don't know what's worse: a category" 4" hurricane, or a two-party system gone to Hades.


Horoscopes/Soaps fictures From The Fast m Horoscopes Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Give yourself the freedom to be alone if that's what you want, or to be gregarious A quiet day to get into work might suit just fine. A relaxing evening could be delicious. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-You get extra support from your friends right when you need it. The squeaky wheel may get the grease, but it could also be annoying. Ask without being needy. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You have the power to make big changes. Focus on what's possible instead of limita tions, and choose reality over fantasy Enlist support from loved ones. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Send your messages far and wide: You're extra tactful now. You may feel stuck behind an obligation, but your words have delirious freedom. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-As in tlie 'cherokee tale, your inner good wolf and bad wolf are battling today. It's love and generosity versus hate and selfishness. Which one will you feed? Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Partnership is especially important now. Learn from experience, and trust each other and yourself. Avoid getting attached to the results. This pro vides power. Aries (March 21-April19)-Mercury enters Libra, em powering diplomac y for the next 88 days. Innovation and ex perimentation may seem stifled, so stick to practical tasks and diversions. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -Work action heats up, even as an authority blocks a rebellion. A wide view and compromise produce results. Listen to all sides. Limitations ease later. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -The ideal of equilibrium in spires, but the practice to maintain it requires energy An in tention ma y seem thwarted by circumstance. Sit quietly to consider all options. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Make household decisions and handle repairs for the n ext two days. Even if you yearn to fly free, home provides the greatest rewards. Plan a trip for later. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -There' s more fortune but don t forget that lov e is what's important. Fair and balanced interac tions seem easier now Study the facts and people are grateful when you share. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Discrete di scussions behind the scenes make all the difference A new assignment's bringing in cash, but beware of a potential spending spree. Only buy it if you love it. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-No Updates Available. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Brooke and Eric are thrilled that Rick has returned to L.A.; Katie gives Steffy a stern warning; Rick meets Liam; Bill makes a la st-ditch effort to talk Liam out of marrying Hope. iam celebrates the last days of his bachelorhood; Steffy stands her ground against Katie; Rick and Marcus share an awkward moment; Bill makes a secret phone call regarding Liam's upcoming nuptials. Hope sees a different side of Liam; Liam receives a phone call that rocks his world; Brooke and Ridge playfully discuss spe nding their future to gether as grandparents; Katie expresses to Bill her desire to have Steffy out their lives for good. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Past characters return for the Horton Town Square party where Bo and Hope give a speech about how much the town square means to Tom and Alice's memory; E.J brings Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger as his date to the festivities. John has a surprise for his family and friends; Jack pursues Jennifer, trying to find the right moment to reveal him self; Brady finds Chloe in a defeated state and gives her a pep talk; Doug and Julie sing a duet.Chloe says good-bye to all her closest friends; Bo and Hope discover a stack of e nvelop es that raises que stions about Alice 's past; Kin sey announces that she wants to be Chloe's roommate in Chicago; Marlena has a specia l moment with Roman. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Dante tries to answer Lulu 's phone call; someone is following Jason and Sam; Kate and Sonny discuss their past. Olivia gets bad news; Ethan discovers a distraught Lucky; Sonny and Alexis discuss Kristina 's future. Johnny and Anthony have a major argument; Car l y tells an other lie; Alexis and Kate have a h eart-to-heart. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Someone returns to Llanview with important family business; Tea pays Todd a visit Rex question s Natalie's motives; Ir ene takes a special int erest in her grand children; Todd freaks when he receives a note from his moth e r Natalie and Jessica come to blows; Clint gets a visit from so me one he's happy to see; Starr may break the law for her father. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Jack accuses Victor of delaying Billy 's return; Kevin continues to deceive Chloe. Sharon is shocked by Noah's advice; Cane and Ronan collect evidence against Colin. A h ea rtbroken Billy eavesdrops on Vic toria and Sam; Jack a nd Tucker n ego tiate a secret deal. Mrs. Julia Folks is shown making a $1,000 donatoin on behalf of AllState Insurance Company to Frank Reddick, chairman of the Sickle Cell Foundation. Ms. Tenni Collins and Ms. Carolyn Collins prepare to serve refreshments to the guests at the Florida A&M University Alumni reception. Attending the Florida State Fair was a family affair. Enjoying the festivities were: Marisa Penix, Kelvin Mathis, Sara Mathis, Necole Sampson, Grego and Carloha Mathis, Mark Penix and Genava Penix. en m "'tJ m 3: OJ m ::c N N 0 ...... ...... r 0 ::c en m z z m r llJ c: r r m z "'tJ c: llJ r (;; :::z:: m c m < m ::c < c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::c c


All About You! C\1 a:: w m :E w 1-a. w en < c en w ::J 1-c a:: LL c z < c en w ::J 1-> a:: w > w c w J: en m ::J a. z 1-w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z w en < c a:: 0 ..J LL FYI To let You Know MR. And MRS. THOMAS Just to let my friend my lover and my wifey know that I will always love you, forever. Love, Tony. Happy Anniversary MR. And MRS. THOMAS We would lik e to wish our mom and dad a happy anniversary. We lov e you Love, Nuna, Ta'shai, Darryl and Ja'nariah. Happy Anniversarv MR. And MRS. THOMAS Through our up s and down s and all our trials that we have been thro u gh Bae I want to wish us a happy anniver sary! What God has brought to get h er n o man can tear it apart. Love, Mrs. Thomas. love Always ANDREW And CHINNELL HANDFORD Sept. 25, 2010 God has kept us together and a yea r has passed and we are stronger than ever Our love will grow and grow as the time passes. Love always. Happy Binhday DEMARIO, a.k.a., 'RIO' Happ y 20th birthda y to our so n DeMario. May God continu e to bless an d cover you. W e lov e you and mi ss you. Love mom and dad. USF's EntrepreneurshiP Program Named Among The Best In Nation The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine h as ranked the University of South Florida's graduate entrepreneurship program has b een ranked number 19 in the nation for 2011. Last year, the univ ersity's aca d em i c program, which is six years old, was ranked numb e r 25. USF's graduate program in entrepr e neurship i s number three among public univ e rsities in the Southeast, and it is the only Florida university, in addition to the only Big East univer sity to be includ ed in the ranking of the top 25 graduate programs The ranking cr it eria includ e d th e p e rcentage of grad u ates who h ad sta rt e d a s u ccessfu l busi ness, th e numb er of offic i a l organizations a nd clubs offe re d to c urr e nt s tud e nts, and the avai l ability of int e rn s hip s and ext e rn s hip s Some grad u ates of th e pro g ram go to work for venture cap it a l firms, some start new vent ur es, whil e other s create and grow new bu sinesses. 5irthda,y Celebration wanda Tillman Celebrates Birthdav Wanda Tillman chose Vanity as the place to celebrate her birthday. Family and friends joined her for the party. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Birthday honoree Wanda Tillman was 'queen for the day,' her day. Cheryl Johnson and Sharise Edwards were party guests. Bridget Perdue, birthday girl Wandn Tillmnn and Jo-Jo De..'\.1-er.


Local Panhandling Ordinance Defeated Bv Tie Vote BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday morning, the Tampa City Council changed the normal routine and held public comment during the morning session. On Thursday afternoon the Council's agenda included the proposed Panhandling Ordinance. However the ordinance failed in a 3-3 tie and must be revisited during next week s Council meeting Council Chairman Charlie Miranda has been absent for several meetings due to illness Last week during a workshop, Council members agreed to merge two of the 3 options proposed to create the new o:rdinance. The sug gestions would hav e created an ordinance that w ould allow solicitation on Sunday s Solicit a tio n would b e completel y banned f o r 6 days but would e xempt the sale of newspapers pa ss ing out ofleaflets and othe r papers. New Book: However, on Thursday, when the proposed new or dinances were read into the record Councilwoman Yvonne "Yoli" Capin pointed out that the results were the same three options discussed during the previ ous week and no merger had been made. The three options for the new ordinances were : Option 1 -Ban on street solicitation with exemption for newspaper sales. Option 2 -Six day ban on street solicitation. Option 3 -Ban on street solicitation with e xemption for newspaper sales and allowance for expressive speech not requiring an exchange of objects. The ordinance al s o p ro hibited any sal es of any kind 0!1 thE:_ 1 0 intersec tion s p e r ce i ved a s the bus i est. Councilwoman Capin sai d "I cal l e d for a hybrid which bas i ca ll y combine d Options 2 and 3. W e are bac k to 3 o r dinan ce s The Burning Question For Blacks, Who Are We;t Authors Carl Warren and Randolph Kinsey, have writt e n a book tha t t a k es the reade r s on a jour n ey from Afric a to the Wh i te Hou se The book i s a l ess on for Black s to learn the ir t r ue ide ntity. It furth e r e x pla i n s who Black s reall y are, how they got to be who th ey are today and a ten step progr a m of what they must do in ord e r to improve their lot i n lif e. The book furth e r exa min es the rol es of o t h e r r aces i n d e finin g Bla ck s Th e authors wi ll hold a book s i g nin g Satur d ay, O c t o ber 1 2 0 11, fr om 12 p m. t o 3 p. m. The book s i g nin g will t a k e pl ace at Mt Pleasan t Middl e School loca t e d a t 1906 North Rome Ave nue (th e c orner of Rome Avenue and Spruce Street). Y ou a r e invit e d to attend the book s ignin g She also pointed out that without removing the term severability ," if the ordinance is struck down in court it would only affect the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, because it is not a daily newspaper. Councilman Frank Reddick echoed her sentiments. Council members Lisa Montelione and Mike Suarez called for bringing resolution to the ordinance and moving on Vice Chairwoman Mary Mulhern, an incumbent Council member, re sponded to comments made about the a mount o f time s p ent on the ordi nance and the fact that the previous Council had not s ettled the matter. The la s t Cou nc il had no re a s on to do s o Th e r e we r e meeti ng s for 5 or 6 m o nths about panhandli ng and onl y on e member o f Council was allo we d t o atten d. Sh e further sta t e d that s h e bad heard nothin g but anec dotal s tori es about safe ty issues and the dangerous behavior of some soliciting on the corners. She countered with the fact that those experiencing or witnessing such behavior have the op tion of calling the police. I never saw any substantial, competent, compelling evidence that this is a major safety problem. All we have heard is stories I don t think it's there," Chairwoman Mulhern said. Councilman Mike Suarez, Councilman Harry Cohen, and Councilwoman Lisa Montelione voted in favor of the 3 ordinances Council Vice Chairwoman Mary Mulhern, Councilwoman Yoli Capin, and Councilman Frank Reddick voted no on all three ordi nance s Council members agreed to m e e t with the legal de partment to discuss their per so n al concerns and to have their qu estions an swe r e d i n di vi dually, m hop es of r e a ch ing a decision on the new ordinance at the next meeting. ditor -4 c: m en Response To c Sept. 23, 2011 en m Editorial ""0 -4 m On Peace :s:: OJ m :::c TAMPA All too often, there are those who hope N that intimidation, vio-g lence and oppression will rule the with the most treacherous prevailing. As violence competes with peace, those who know the value of peace never relinquish their hope for a better world. However, on September 20, 2011, Burhamuddin Rabbani was assassinated. Why? He was the former president of Afghanistan and leader of their High Peace Council. He was the chief negotiator with the Taliban. Did the insurgents kill peace? "No." While ... peace efforts are wounded by the loss, the movement will go on as others believe in peace. 6 Setting fear in the minds l> of those to follow in Rab-en bani's position is an old tactic yet it is used not ::::! only in foreign countries but domestically as well. Reportedly, on Sep-tember 13, 2011, insur-rgents attacked NATO, U. J;; S. compounds and the ::::! Afghan government, Z ""0 busy little critters aren't c: they? Inwardly and out-wardly, the United States en must purport peaceful, nonviolent agendas for a c better world whenever and wherever possible. HELEN EVANS


Local ..... EHort To Remember The :!: legacv 01 Rev. Abe Brown w churches, organizations, and C people in the community to sell 2 million DVDs within en 6-12 months. ffi The DVDs will be used to :J teach/instruct not-forprofits and faith-based or ganizations and other t:i ministries and churches to :I start and maintain a sueCESSFUL, EX-OFFENDER _. RE-ENTRY and SURVIVAL w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u.. PROGRAM in memory of our Abe Brown. Ninety percent (90%) of the net profits will be donated to Abe Brown Ministries. Rev. Dixon recalls when "Abe" was the foot ball coach of Middleton High School and he (Dixon) was the band di rector of B T. Washington Jr. High School. In spite of Dixon's suc cess as a band director he found a void in his life that led to his heroin addiction and subsequent arrest and second incarceration for 20 years. Prior to Dixon's sen tence of twenty years, Abe carne to visit Dixon in the Morgan Street County Jail. Dixon was well aware of Abe and knew he was re spected in the community. Dixon asked Abe to talk to the late Judge Herboth Ryder on his behalf. Abe said, "Brother Dixon, I want to talk to the judge for you. But, I will talk to Jesus on your behalf." After Abe's visit Dixon re calls thinking to himself, "I could talk to Jesus myself. Little did Dixon know at that time, according to John 9:31, Jesus cannot, nor will Jesus answer the prayer of a sinner. It was at The Rock where his friend and frat brother Reverend Abe, "Coach Brown", carne to visit him. Brother "Abe" talked about how he was reading a newspaper and learned that one of his e x football players was on death row for murdering a cab driver. Abe felt he had taught his players how to play football, but failed to teach them about life and how to become productive citizens. Being from Tampa, Willie Dixon spoke to other inmates from Tampa and invited them to the chapel for the first Bible Study at "The Rock" with Coach Brown. The volun teers and Coach Brown brought food to the inmates feeding not only their physi cal bodies, but also their souls with the Word of God There was no way this could have possibly occurred in the second worst prison in Florida. But GOD did it! As a result of Abe's wise counsel, Dixon, established the COACH FOUNDATION, Inc., on October 5, 1981, while employed by the Pasco-Hernando Commu nity College to teach Em ployability Skills Classes to the men incarcerated at Zephyrhills Correctional In stitution This was the same correctional institution that Dixon was released from on November 20, 1979. Dixon has been a volunteer, supporter, and advo cate for Abe Brown (Formerly Prison Crusade) Ministries since 197 6 Dixon states "Brother Abe poured spiritual advice into my life before, during and after my release from prison Abe would always ask 'Brother Dixon, are you listening? "' (Proverbs 15:22 and 11:14). "The Voice o.f Our Community Speaking for Itself" JR Sentinel Bulletin f. .I f l () H I [) 1\ 248-1921 Women's Conference In St. Petersburg More than 300 women attended the 2011 Women's Confer ence General Assembly Workshop held at Mt. Zion Progressive M. B. Church in St. Petersburg. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Tampa minister and pastor, Rev. Dr. Julia McMillian of New Dawn Restoration, was one of the speakers. Workshop Apollo Williams. speaker Benita Wright, national book author of Houston, TX, Dr. Sheila Bailey and Lennie Butler. Church members Maria Price and Felisha McCaster attended the workshop. Tampa songstress Minister Natasha Williams attended the workshop conference. Member Moore. Sylvia Liturgical dance by Tina King Williants.


Local Native Tampan Honored With White Coat At Meharrv Medical College Family and friends watched as JaMia "Mee-Mee" Washington took her first step towards advancing her medical career. She received her White Coat at Meharry Medical College Nashville, TN. Dr. Harry A. Moses, Department of Biochemistry and Cancer Biology, cloaked JaMia received her copy of the book, "A Place Called Meharry (The Strength of the Past to Shape the Future)." JaMia. Her class consisted of 106 future medical doctors from near and far. JaMia is the daughter of Henry (Shake) and Cheryl Byrd Washington; grand daughter of Hattie Byrd White; and sister of Henry (Tu'Boy) Washington, Jr. She is a graduate of Hillsbor ough High School (2003 Vale dictorian), the University of Miami, and Florida International University. JaMia is a member of Allen Temple AME Church and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) JaMia with her parents and grandmother: 'Shake" JaMia, Cheryl and Hattie Byrd White. ladies Take First Trip To Hoodie Awards A group of ladi es from Tampa traveled to th eir first Hoodie Awards in Las Vegas, NV. Pam Blocker Charlene Washington Cheryl Riggins. Tampa Native Appointed To Florida State Universitv's Supreme Court BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Tampa native Marialle Bell holds a number of distinctions and now adds one more to the list. Bell is the lone female cur rently serving on the Supreme Court at Florida State Univer sity. She was appointed to the position two weeks ago follow ing several interviews and an intense confirmation hearing by the FSU Senate. Bell is one of five members on the court and she and Chief Justice, G. C. Murray, Jr. of Miami are the only African Americans on the bench. The role of Supreme Court Justice at FSU is an important one. "We re the governing body for [the campus]," says Bell. "We deal with constitu tional and statutory interpreta tion, just lik e any other Judiciary System. We usually deal with election cases and issues involving student body or ganizations. We make our rulings based on the Student Constitution or the Statues." Bell is a second-year law stu dent. She received her under graduate degree from the University of Florida in 20HJ and is a 2006 graduate of Jef ferson High School's Interna-Check Us Out On Facebook MARIALLE BELL tiona! Law and Criminal Justice Program. She spent two months study ing abroad this summer at Ox ford University in Oxford England. Bell is a member of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church. She is the d a ughter of Marvin and Sandra Bell and the grand daughter of Dr. Ernestine A. z Glenn, Essie Coleman, the m late Calvin Coleman and 1 Marvin Smith of Philadel-phia. 1= At www.facebook.com/flsentinel m :::! z Become Our Friend And Interact With The Florida Sentinel. Follow Us On Twitter At www.twitter.com/flsentinel Question Of The Week: Do You Believe In The Death Penalty?Why or Why Not?


survivors Of 'Taking Back Mv CommunitV' Rwandan Genocide Meeting Planned i Visit Tampa en w ;:::) .... BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer It was 1994. That was the year a small central eastern country in Africa made head lines around the world. It seems almost a lifetime ago, but the mere mention of the name Rwanda brings back vivid memories of those weeks between the months of May and July when an esti mated one million people lost their lives in a: civil war be tween the Tutsi and Hutu peoples of that land. It s a time now marked in history as the Rwandan Genocide. The situation all came to a head when longstanding ten sions between the Tutsi and Hutus boiled over when the President of Rwanda a t th a t c time was killed whe n his a: plane was shot down H e was u.. Hutu and the Tutsis w e r e blamed for the i ncident. Th e c( situation ripped a p art th e country. C Many men died in the f3 battle, forcing hundreds of ;:::) thousands of women and t-children to flee for their liv es. Those women were also left as the heads of household W leading to financial, mental 5J and emotional strain ::J: Fast forward nearly 20 en years later. Rwanda is still ::::; m trying to recover. Both sides :: agree that reconciliation is key and the hope is that edui= eating women will help LLI bridge the gap. ::i Two natives of that land ffi who are barely old enough to ...I remember the incidents o f W that time are now using th e ir education to make a differ Z ence Twenty-six-year-old Noella Abijuru and 20-c( year-old Allen Kazarwa e a: NO ELLA ABIJURL ALLEN KAZARWA m e t with supporters of their cause during a reception and dinner at the David A. Straz Cent e r in Tampa. They sp e nt two weeks in and around th e T a mpa Bay ar e a t elli n g th eir s tori es of s urvi val an d how a c ollege e ducation i s op e nin g door s for them and th e ir country The y are both s tud e nts at The Akilah Institute for Women, a college in Kigali Rwanda that opened January 2010. Kazarwa says s he hopes her story will encour age y oung women to ne v er give up. I want to inspire y oung girls in the United States that think they have no way to succeed in life to real ize that we all go through dif ferent difficulties, but we must stay focused." Both women are pur s uing d e grees in Hospitality. Th a t indu s try is l:h e fas t est grow ing sector in the Rwandan economy They will spend the next two months speaking in cities throughout the U S. 0 ..... u.. The Florida Department of Health 0 ,... w (!) ..... presents: ..... The 5th Annuai"A Day of Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:30am to 3:00pm University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) This Is a FREE Community Event. Registration Is required. Seating is limited to 300 pre registered adults 18 years of and older! Worlsshops Include : Screenings Includ e : Ask t h e Doctor Blood Pressure Gluco s e/Sugar Healt hy C ooking Body Mass Inde x (BMI) W o m e n & Exercise For more Inform a t i on o r to regist e r C a ll (813 ) 3 07 -8015 E xt 3 5 0 2 or VIsit u s at l!W.YiJlillscoyntyheal tb .om DEADLINE: S eptember 30, 2011 1 Special Gift to first 200 FLORIDA women who register DEPARTMENT Of HEALTH -------------BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Political Action Com mittee of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP will host a meeting on Thursday September 29th, at 6:30p.m. The meeting, entitled Taking Back My Community, will be held at the Lee Davis Clinic, 3402 N. 22nd Street "We are calling out to the many organizations, associa tions, sororities, fraternities, clubs, groups, and churches to attend this meeting This meeting is an effort to register and educate the commu nity concerning the v oting process, Ms. Yvette Lewis, NAACP Political Action Chairperson said. MS. yVETIE LEWIS_ NAACP Political Action Chairperson During the meeting, those in attendance will discuss voter suppression and imple mentation of a strategic plan of action. The goal is to en sure that registered voters can participate in the voting process. Some of the information that Will be shared during the meeting includes: How To Register Someone To Vote; Ownership Of Our Commu nity, Adopt A Precinct; Poll Watchers; Voter Registration Drives; Voter Education; Nursing Homes; and Assisted Living Facilities. Ms. Lewis further said, "It is up to us to take back and represent our commu nity, to inform our commu nity, to empower our community. It is up to us be cause it is our community." Anyone wishing to learn more about the meeting or to obtain additional informa tion can contact Ms. Lewis at (813) 234-8683 Computer Mentors Implements $1 Million Federal Jobs Grant BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In June, U. S. Congress woman Kathy Castor an nounced that The Computer Mentors Group Inc. 2802 E. Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd was awarded a $1 mil lion grant b y the U. S De partment of Labor The grant was one of 15 awarded to organizations throughout the country by the U. S. Department of Labor. Computer Mentors was the only organ iz ation in the southeastern United States to become a recip i ent. The grant allows for sixty-six young adults who had inter acted with the Justice System to receive training. Ralph Smith, founder and E xecutive Director of Comput e r M e ntors Group Inc. s a id Th e IT Forward Civic Justice Corps is a pro g ram sponsor e d by the U.S. D e partm e nt of Labor. Corps memb er s will attend a pro gr a m for 3 2 hours p e r w ee k o ve r a p e riod of e ight months. Durin g the c our se of th e pro g r am, Corps m e mb e r s will b e provide d with up to 200 hours of GED e ducation RALPH SMITII Founder and CEO of The Computer Mentors Group, Inc. technical training certifi. cations such as the IC3 and A+, and perform 450 hours of service project learning projects performing computer support services for local non-profits "Corps members will be provided with workforce readiness training and col l e ge pre paration courses with th e goal of obtaining either a career in the Information T ec hnology field or accept an ce to a post-secondary in stitution," Smith said. H e furth e r st a t e d that Corps m e mb e rs will r eceiv e a living and e ducational stipend as w ell. Eligibility for the IT For ward Program is limited to persons between the ages of 18-24 who have been under the supervision of the De partment of Juvenile Justice within the last twelve months prior to enrollment in the program. Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) supervision would include release from a DJJ facility being on proba tion under the supervision of a Juvenile Parole Officer, or being in a conditional release program. Program partici pants must read at a 6th grade level. Applications are currently being accepted for the first class Orientation will take place at Computer Mentors Group office on October 3 and 4th. Only 30 applications will be accepted for orientation with 22 applicants being awarded a spot in the pro gram For additional informa tion about the program con tact Mapall Tribling or Denise Robinson at Com puter Mentors Group at (813) 236-1191 betwe e n the hours of 9 :00am and 5 :0opm, Monday through Friday.


Local 2 Tampa Man Recovering After Collision With Police Cruiser This was the damage sustained to the car driven by Michael Brooks. (Photo by Julia Jackson MICHAEL BROOKS On Sunday night, family members bad gathered at the home of Sherry Brown to help her celebrate her birth day. The party went fine but an accident afterwards ended the festive mood. According to a police re port, a Tampa Police officer was driving on soth street as a backup for another officer who was on a traffic stop with four people inside a vehicle. She was traveling north when a citizen driving a private ve hicle tried to make a left turn onto 1oth Avenue. That citizen Michael Brooks, 46 reportedly turned in front of the marked lf Sentinel Bulletin l'lfo,(I:JI.' I\'SPIIIf l Wltf.T ShM I WJHC.Il' "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 This the damage sustained by the police cruiser. (Photo by Julia Jackson) police cruiser, causing a crash. Brooks was ho spitalized and is reported to b e in fair condition in Tampa General Hospital's Intensive Care Unit. The police officer was also hospitalized where h e was treated and released for a head injury. According to Ms. Brown, Brooks had dropped off a stepdaughter and two grandchildren, and was heading hom e when the accident occurred No charges hav e been filed at this time and th e ac cident this s till under in vesti gation. HEALTH C z c ., :!! c ..... .....


;::: ntertainment 0 N ...: N a: w m R&B Singer Vesta Williams Dead At 53 EL SEGUNDO, CA --Biga. voiced R&B diva Vesta Williams, perhaps best>' known for her 1980s hits "Don't Blow A Good Thing" en and "Congratulations," was found dead of a possible drug 1-overdose in a Southern Cali-fornia hotel room. She was 53 -Los Angeles County coroner's Capt. John Kades says Williams was found dead at 6:15p.m. Thursday in an El Segundo hotel room. An autopsy will determine the cause of death, but Kades says "this could be a drug overdose." Born Mary Vesta Williams in : Coshocton, Ohio on Dec. 1, 1957, she had hits with "Once Bitten VESTA WILLIAMS Twice Shy," "Sweet, Sweet Love" and the torch song "Congratulations," where she emotionally bids goodbye to her ex, about to marry someone else. c a: LL Morgan Freeman: c z < c CJ) Tea Partv Is 'Racist', Out To Get President Obama w Morgan Freeman laid down the chips on the Tea > Party in a new interview with ffi Piers Morgan that is due to > air Friday night. w c The Oscar-winning actor w sat down with the British TV host and, amongst other :::::i things, discussed his belief that the right wing Tea D.. Party's anti-President Z Barack Obama stance is i= rooted in racism. w ...J ...J :::) m When asked by Morgan whether Pres. Obama's presidency has made racism uj in the United States better or z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...J LL worse, Freeman, who once played apartheid-defying South African president N elson Mandela, frankly stated that his time in office has made it worse, as he has become a target of the right's aggression. "Their stated policy, pub licly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Pres. Obama only serves one term," the actor said. lHourdrod.J y 9 A M 7 PM., Monday S,Jturday jl 9A.M. 6P M. ----Fish Crabs Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap C\1 ,... w Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 1 Sth (Corner Of Lake) Forbes Predicts Their First Hip-Hop Billionaire While no rapper made Forbes 400 list of America's richest citizens, the magazine analyzed the race to become Hip Hop's first billionaire. The publication predicts that Sean "Diddy" Combs will be the first to be crowned a HipHop Billionaire, al ready working with an esti mated worth of $sao million. Between his stakes in Sean John and Enyce, mar keting firm Blue Flame, and Ciroc vodka, the Bad Boy could put himself ahead of Jay-Z as Hip Hop's richest. However, Birdman dis agrees with the magazine and believes he and W eezy will be the first. "I think Young Money Cash Money would be the first billion-dollar brand in hip-hop, he wrote in an email. "We strong and grow ing every day as a brand and fast. Within the next few years we will be billionaires." When they asked 50 Cent who he felt would be the first, he commented that Jay-Z had a certain advantage. Of course, soon-to-be-father Jay-Z has a certain advan tage, thanks to his partner in the family business. OJ Khaled Under Fire For N-Word DJKHALED DJ Khaled (Palestinian) came under fire for his use of the n-word. As with Kreayshawn, Fat Joe, J. Lo, and other non-Blacks who've used the term, DJ Khaled says he should be given a pass b eca use he grew up around 'ni**as.' What makes me mad, 'cause when I grew up ni**as was callin g m e sa nd ni**a. Now, th a t' s i g norant b eca use there's only one way to say it. You ca n't ay, 'Yo up my sa nd n -a?' That's not the way we grew up in the treets. When I say 'What up m y ni**a,' I say that to Green Lantern all the tim 'What up my n g?' That's just me greeting you with love, but if so m e body takes it another way, they dumb man. John Singleton Reportedlv Directing NWA Biopic A new NWA biopic is offi cially in the works according critically acclaimed director John Singleton. As previously reported, the biopic was said to already be in the works and was being written by Andrea Berloff, a white woman noted for writing the screen play for Oliver Stone's World Trade Center Now Singleton's speak ing out on the project and JOHN SINGLETON confirmed while doing press for the film "Abduction" that he and Ice Cube had dis cussed making the movie. Chris Brown Gives Reward To Fan Who Returned His Rolex After losing his $22,ooo Rolex during his perform ance at the VMAs, and hav ing it returned by a fan, Chris Brown vowed to re ward the fan for her honesty. Brown came through on his promise for the young lady who returned his dia mond-encrusted Role x watch (value: $22,ooo) with two front row tickets to his show, a backstage celebra tion, and an opportunity to thank her face to face while they ate cake. Brown lost the expensive timepiece when it flew off his wrist during his performance CHRIS BROWN at this year's MTV VMAs. Luckily, it was caught by the honest young lady named Alisha, who returned it to one of his bouncers. wanda Svkes: 1 Had A Double Mastectomv Wanda Sykes being out rageousthat's expected. But for the actress-comedian to be serious? That's rare. Even when the issue is personal. In this case, it was also health-related when she ad mitted for the first time, to Ellen DeGeneres during an interview to air Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, that earlier this year she had breast cancer and then elected to have a mas tectomy. =---. WANDA SYKES "I had breast cancer," says Sykes, 47. ''Yeah, I know it's scary.'' Black Eved Peas To Plav At Michael Jackson Tribute LONDON -The Black Eyed Peas will perform at Michael Jackson tribute conceit in Wales. They'll join Christina Aguilera, Smokey Robinson and Cee Lo Green at the "Michael Forever" show. Frontman Will.i.am who worked with Jackson before his death said "we all owe Michael such a lot." He said Jackson's song "hav e b n an inspiration to m y whole life and certainly formed th soundtrack to m y childhood BLACK EYED PEAS The Oct. 8 on ert at Cardiff's Millennium ta dium will b hosted by actor JamieFoxx.


Future Miss B-CU Coronation Set For October 9, 2011 RONNICE DUNCAN MERCEDESSOTO The Hillsborough County Alumni Chapter of Bethune Cookman University is preparing for its Annual "Future Miss B-C-U Coronation The coronation features several young ladies who compete for the coveted title of "Future Miss B-CU. The event culminates the fundraising efforts for the institution. The program will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2011, 4 p m at the College Hill Conference Center, 1002 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd., Tampa. The public is invited to attend this event free of charge. This year's chairpersons are: Jacqueline D. Grant and Gina Petty Sanders. The contestants are: Lady Jade Boone is an 8th grader who attends Orange Grove Middle Magnet School. She is a member of the New Dawn Restoration Center Step Team, B. K. A. D. Hip Hop Club and the Thespians Club. She aspires to be a professional actor and singer. Lady Ronnice Duncan is a 12th grader attending Pepin Academy. She is a member of St. Luke AME Churc h. Her outstanding academic awards include Student Government, FCAT Achievement and All Star Honor Roll She wa s also awarded Dancer of the Year. Sh e plans to pursue a career in the medical field. Lady Alexis Wheatley i s a 6th grader who attends Burnett Middle School. She i s a m e mb e r of First Union Missionary Baptist Church, where she is very active in several ministries: Youth Choir, Praise Team and Drama Ministry. Her community affiliations include being a member of Duke (TIP) University -Talent Identification Program, -starlight Youth Grou.p, Chapter 164 of the Eastern Stars. Lady Alexis desires to pursue a career in Performing Arts. Lady Mercedes Soto is a 12-year-old 7th grade student who attends Dowdell Middle Magnet School. She plays an active role in many extracurricular activities, which include National Junior Honor Society, Helping Hands, and a flautist in her school band. She also volunteers at Metropolitan Min istries as a St James House of Prayer representative, where she is a member. She often speaks of being a lawyer and is quite confident that she will be an asset to her community. Marje' A. Jones is a student at Advantage Academy of Hillsborough, Plant City where she is on the basket ball team, yearbook staff and Ministral of Life, a dance/sign l ang u age min istry. Sh e is a member of Lovin g Hill P. B. Church, Thonotosas sa and a member of the Reign Dance Ministry. Marje' volunteers with Metropolit a n Ministri es, Disn ey Wid e World of Sports, Wh y I Danc e and Sarah Chapter #3 Orde r of Eastern Star. Her goal i s to become a pediatrician. .:.{ orts c USF Bulls Dominate Game en Against Ball State Universitv m On Sept 10, the USF Bulls, who are rated #22, took on Ball State University after a very historic win against Notre Dame, who is rated #16111 The Bulls were the host team. USF scored on the first play after the ball was knocked loose on the opening kickoff. 3: The Bulls dominated the first half and went m m into the locker room 30-0. The Bulls returned :::c and continued to dominate during the second N -....! half of the game. The final score was 37-7 in favor of the Bulls. (Photography by Toby Scott). Terrence Mitchell, In this photo, B. J. Daniels was preparing to lead #10, was a standout at Hillsborough High School. Darrell Clark, of Pi Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi posed during half time. USF to another win. "T1 r-0 :::r:J en m z :::! z m r-m c r rm :::! z ., c m Ariana Peters, Bianca Clermont, Rebekah Small, Jessie Tolbert, and Christopher Wright were very ::::1: proud of the final score of 37-7 in favor of the USF m c Bulls. m < m :::r:J -< -4 c m en c )> z c "T1 :::r:J c Jhoneil Anderson and Sydjea Watson attended the game. Aleshia Flowers and Joi Phillips display their Bull's sign. Wayne and Kathy Brookins showed their support for the USF Bulls. C) Brandon Harris and Nigel Harris m were having a great time at the game.


rts Bucs Keep Pace In NFC South With Win Over Falcons c a: LL Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman does the "dirty bird" after he goes in for the touchdown in the second quarter of their game at Raymond James Stadium. c Z For the NFC South, the shape up and on Sunday the ffi Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept [j pace with a 16-13 win over c division foe, the Atlanta w Falcons. It was the first win for the Bucs at Raymond :J James Stadium. m The Bucs had dropped five c.. straight to the Falcons Z before Sunday's win, but on i= Sunday, the Buc defense forced the Falcons into three 5 turnovers (two fumbles and m an interception). u:1 The Bucs scored first on a z 49-yard field goal by i= Connor Barth. In the secffi ond quarter the score was en 13-3 with Buc quarterback Josh Freeman scoring on a: a 1-yard run and Barth 0 adding a 26-yard field goal it Barth would tack on another field goal in the third quarter with the Bucs leading 16-3 and holding on for the victory. Freeman finished the evening completing 22 of 32 passes for 180 yards with two interceptions. Even more important, the Bucs held the Falcons to 30 yards rushing for the game while recording 115 rushing yards, thanks to LeGarrett Blount's 81 yards on 24 carries. A collision in the third quarter sent Safety Cody Grimm (safety) and Linebacker Geno Hayes Oinebacker) to the sideline, with Grimm nursing a potentially serious knee injury and Hayes a possible concussion. Next up for the Bucs will be a Monday Night Football game against the Indianapolis Colts at Raymond James Stadium. The win means the Bucs are tied for first place in the NFC South with the New Orleans Saints. 2011 Buccaneer Schedule w PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L August 27 Dolphins 17-13 W September 1 @ Redskins 24-29 L REGUlAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons 16-13 W October 3 Colts 8:00P.M. October 9@ 49ers 4:00P.M. October 16 Saints 4:00 P.M. October 23 Bears 1 :00 October 30 Bye cambv Arrested For Pot Possession In orug Free zone' MARCUS CAMBY HOUSTON -NBA veteran Marcus Camby is free on bond after police in suburban Houston arrested him on a charge of marijuana possession. Camby was in a Porsche pulled over Monday for what police called an equ ipment violation. Pearland police Lt. Onesimo Lopez says an officer detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and they found less than two ounces of the drug inside. Camby and another person inside, Kendal Johnson, were arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone because the arrest occurred near a school. Both were released on individual $2,oo o bonds. NBA Postpones Camps, Cancels 43 Preseason Games NEW YORK -The NBA postponed training camps indefinitely and canceled 43 preseason games Friday because it has not reached a new labor deal with players. All games from Oct. 9-15 are off, the league said. Camps were expect-ed to open Oct. 3. "We have regretfully reached the point on the calendar where we a r e not able to open training camps on time and need to cancel the first week of preseason games," Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver said in a statement. "We will make further decisions a warranted. CONN-b:CT-b:D VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM1 ......... _.. Former Ravens Tackle Orlando Brown Dead 1140 BALTIMORE Police and fire officials say former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Orlando "Zeus" Brown has been found dead at his Baltimore home. He was 40. The cause of death isn't known Fire spokesman Battalion Chief Kevin Cartwright says firefighters were called about 11 a.m. Friday because Brown was unresponsive at his horne near the Inner Harbor. Cartwright says Brown was dead when fire fighters arrived. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says firefighters called police, routine proce dure in such cases He said ORLANDO "ZEUS" BROWN there were no signs of trauma or suspicious activity. Brown began his career with the Cleveland Browns in 1993 and played twice for that team, as well as the Ravens, ending his NFL play.: ing days in 2005. He started 119 of his 129 games. Jones Submits Jackson, Retains Light Heavvweiuht Title Mission accomplished: Jon Jones said leading up to UFC 135 that he wanted to be the first man to finish Rampage Jackson in theUFC. DENVER The bad blood ended with Jon Jones planting a peck on the cheek of Quinton "Rampage" Jackson after the fight. That was after Jones punished him so bad that Jackson needed stitches-to close a wound above his right eye. It's simply the way respect is earned in the octa gon. Jones defended his light heavyweight title by putting Jackson in a choke hold and forcing the veteran to tap out Saturday night at UFC 135. The 24-year Jones relied on his quickness and long reach to get inside on Jackson and inflict damage. In the fourth round,-Jones put a bleeding Jackson in a rear naked choke hold and Jackson signaled he was done. It was the first time Jackson has tapped out in his UFC career. The fighters entered the bout in the mi98t of a squab ble. It started when Jackson accused Jones of sending a spy into his camp to steal his secrets, a charge that Jones vehemently denied.


JEFFREY FORD Denver-based mixed martial arts fighter Jeffrey Ford, 41, was arrested when investigators linked his DNA to three rape cases in Aurora, Colorado, Kansas City, Missouri and San Francisco, Calif Known as "Big Diesel" in the ring Ford was arrested on A'!lgust 10 for the rape of an Aurora prostitute two years ago. Initially armed with a partial license plate from the victim and DNA col lected from the crime police were unable to nab a suspect. Investigators caught a break in the case when a crime analyst discovered that Ford owned a jeep with a variation of the plate number. The ana lyst a,lso found that he was convicted back in the '8os for the rape of an 87-year-old woman when he was just 17-years-old. Secretly tracking Ford, investigators followed the unsuspecting ultimate fight ing champ to a gas station where they swabbed a wad of spit that he casually left behind Experts were then able to link Ford's spit to the three rapes. He is currently serving time for the Aurora rape. However, too much time has lapsed in the Missouri cas e and the victim in San Francisco is deceas ed. Makau Sets World Record In Berlin Marathon PATRICKMAKAU BERLIN Haile Gebrselassie lost the race against time on Sunday when Patrick Makau shattered his marathon world record and ended an era of two decades dominated by arguably the greatest distance runner in history. His lungs seizing up and struggling for air after more than 27 kilometers (17 miles) of the Berlin Marathon, Gebrselassie finally quit shortly after kilometer 35 By then, Makau was more than two minutes ahead on his own and on the way to the German capital's landmark Brandenburg Gate and a new world record. "I was hoping to gain a lot of experience but not to win," Makau said after slashing 21 seconds from Gebrselassie's old mark woods To Hire Dustin Johnson's Caddie Tiger Woods hired Joe LaCava (with Fred Couples at the 2010 Masters) to be his new ATLANTA-Tiger Woods has hired Joe LaCava to be his third full-time caddie. LaCava decided to leave Dustin Johnson, one of the most talented young Americans, to go to work for the former world No. 1 who hasn t won in the last two years. David Winkle, John-son's agent at Hambric Sports Management, also confirme d LaCava was going to work for Woods and a searc h for a new caddie would begin immediately MICHAEL VICK Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid said Monday that Michael Vick's hand is not broken, as the team said it was Sunday, and the quarterback is day to day. Reid said at his news conference Monday that a cr scan revealed that Vick has a contusion that is caus ing his non-throwing hand to be swollen and sensitive to the touch. X-rays taken during the game had showed that Vick's hand might have been fractured. The Eagles (1-2) host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Reid said Vick's status for the game is uncertain and that he would be during the week. Vick was knocked out of Sunday's game vs. the New York Giants--a 29-16losson a hard shot in the third quarter by Giants defensive tackle Chris Canty after the quarterback completed a 23-yard pass to Jeremy Maclin. "I was trying to protect mys.elf," Vick said Sunday, referrring to Canty's hit. "Still didn't get a flag and that's pretty much been the story for the last three weeks. I mean, obviously at some point something cata strophic is going to happen and I broke my hand." It appeared on replays that Canty hit Vick in the face mask with his helmet. Vick, who throws with his left hand, sat on the ground, lifted his helmet off slightly before getting helped up by a teammate and an official. "Looking at the replays, I'm on the ground every time, and I'd b e lying if I said I wasn't frustrated," Vick said. "The refs have got to do their jobs. And I mentioned it to the refs in train ing camp when I talked to them. I'm on the ground constantly, all the time. Every time I throw the ball, I'm on the ground. And I don't know why I don't get the 15-yard flags lik e every bod y e ls e does." AUDRINA This weekis Beauty Unlimited feature l9ves to be seen, and has no problem lighting it up when the camera is pointed in her direetion. Audrina also enjoys modeling and doing just about anything else that will gain her atten tion. This week's feature aspires to be a pro fessional in the near future and a business owner. She also understands that you have to have a calm side and not be serious all the time, so you will run across her from time to time hanging out with her special friends. The man in Audrina's life must be strong, honest, self-reliant, handsome, and mature beyond his years. Congratulations to Audrina as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you re Interested In being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your Information and photo Includ Ing a contact number to: jJohnson@flsentlnel.com. ., r-0 2:! C/) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm z ., c: tD r-c;; ::::t m c m < m c: m C/) c )It z c ., ::D 6


JACKIE RANDOLPH GARDNER, M.D. Graveside service for Dr. Jackie Randolph Gardner, 84 years of age, who died peacefully at his home in New York, on September 24, 2011, will be held on Friday, September 30, 2 011, at 10 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa, with a local pastor officiating. Dr. Gardner was born in Tampa, the twin son of Isaac and Georgette Gardner. He was preceded in death by: his brothers, Dr. Isaac Gardner, > Robert G. Gardner Sr., Billy falo, NY. After his internship he spent two years as Lieutenant C Senior/Grade at the Submarine W Base in New London, cr. Dr. l: Gardner did his residency en training in Internal Medicine at :::; Sydenham Hospital and Jewish ID Chronic Disease Hospital ::') (Kingsbrook Jewish Medical 11. Center). Z In 1962, Dr. Gardner opened i= his office for the Practice of Family Medicine on St. Marks ..J Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. He ::J continued to serve the commuID nity for 44 years in Crown ..J Height and Bedford StuyVesant W until his retirement on August z 6 ,2006. i= Dr. Gardner was active in nuffi merous community and social en activities. He was a co-founder

National Crime rn P Ob l I Sl I woman Arrested Father Son Face reS. 8m8 e S 8 eS After Fleeing With Opt Out Of Federal Cariackinu. Rape Charges School Rules President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the Brent Spence Bridge regarding his American Jobs Act Now legislation, Sept., 22, 2011, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nearly everyone agrees the fix needs fixing. The No Child Left Behind law that was supposed to improve American education has left schools grumbling at being labeled failures, state offi cials fuming and complaints everywhere about required testing. But President Barack Obama's response on Friday he's allowing states to opt out is starting a new round of heated arguments. There are questions about whether letting states bypass unpopular proficienc y stan dards will help the nation s schoolchildren And, e v en as states clamor to use the new waiver option, some law mak e r s say Pres. Obama i s inserting politics in wha t had been a bipartisan appro a ch to education. MLK Estate Sues Miss. TV Anchor To Get Documents JACKSON Miss. -The estate of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has filed a federal lawsuit against a television news anchor in Mis sissippi claiming tha t h e has documents t a k e n fr o m the s la i n c i vil right s l ea d e r by a forme r employee, the anchor 's mother. The law suit, which see k s possession o f the p a p e r s, was filed Wedn es day again s t Howard Nelson Ballou in U S Di strict Court in Jackson. It say s Ballou's moth e r work e d for King a s a secretary from 1955 t o 1960 and k ept do cuments durin g th e tim e King l e d th e M ontgomery Improvement Associ a ti o n and the Southern Christia n Lea d e rs h i p Conf e r e nce. King's es t a t e i s a Geo r g i a corpo r a ti o n a nd i s o p era t e d as a p ri va t e com pa n y b y hi s c hild re n Th ey've f o u g h t ot h e r s for contro l o f the King brand, including suing m ed i a co mp a ni es t h a t u se d hi s I H ave a Dr e am s p eech. REV. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Attorn eys for the es t a t e say in c ourt pap e r s th a t the l e t t e rs, photo g r a ph s a nd oth e r it e m s a r e w orth m o r e tha n $ 75 ,000, thoug h th e exac t v a lu e i s n o t clear Th e d oc um ents d esc rib e d in co u r t reco rd s include a se rm o n ; a s t a t e m ent King m a d e th e d ay afte r a l a nd mark S u p r e m e Court rulin g o n seg r egatio n ; a nd a h a nd writte n letter to Ballou's m othe r M a u de B allou, f r o m c i v i l ri ghts i co n Ros a Parks. T h e m a t eria l a l so i s tho u ght t o co ntain p hotogra ph s VERONICA ELDER Last Tuesday, the Florid a Highway Patrol reported that a trooperis arm wa s pinned insid e an SUV a s the driver fle d a traffic s top A ccording to r e ports the woman drov e for nearl y half a mil e before slowing and allowing the trooper to fall afely from the v ehicle The trooper suffered minor injuries. Investigators tracked down the driver of the vehicle Thursday, and arrested Veronica Elder, 20, charg ing her with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arr e st with violence Troopers said Elder had been speeding on Summerfie ld Boulevard whe n she was s topped b y the trooper. Elder reportedl y did not have a driver' s license and gave false information to the investigator. After the troop er stopped the vehicle, he said elder refused to get out of the car When the trooper tried opening the door that s wh e n his arm b ecame tra ppe d inside 3MenShotln Orlando, 11n CriUcal CondiUon ORLANDO -A uthoriti es say thre e m e n h ave b ee n s hot out side a c entral Florida s p o t th a t was op e r ating as a n unlicen se d s port s b ar. O ra n ge C ounty d eputies r esponde d afte r s hots wer e fir e d a round 5 a.m Saturday. Auth o riti es s aid th e three victim s l eft th e s c e n e a nd tra n s port e d th e m se lves to th e ho s pit al. One vic tim r eceive d multi ple g un s h ot w o und s and i s in c ritical but s t able c onditi o n T h e two othe r v i ctims r ece ived n o n -lifet hr e at e nin g i n j uri es. RAKEITH BROOKS Tampa Police arrested a father and son Sunday on carjacking and rape charges. According to the report, at 4 : 34 a. m. Sunday, Rakeith Brooks, 30, and Vincent Harrison, 46, approached a couple in the 900 block of East Broad Street. Police said Brooks point ed a handgun at the heads of the victims and told d!em to hand over their money. When the male victim told them he had no money, police said he was struck on the head with the handgun. Brooks then reportedly grabbed the female victim b y the throat and pushed her to the ground. On the ground, Brooks reportedl y sexuall y assaulted her. Police said Harrison and Brooks then ordered the victims to lay on the ground and fled in the victim' s BMW, which had cell phones, and IPad and other property inside At 5:45 a. m., police communications received a call VINCENT HARRISON that a bullet was shot into an apartment wall at 110 East Broad Street, nearly hitting the homeowner. Police responded and said the bullet came from an adjoining apartment. Officers went to that apartment and made contact with the people inside, one of them telling ., officers the gun had been r accidentally fired by her friend, Brooks. E After consenting to allow police to search the apart-ment, officers found the cell Z phones and other property taken during the earlier rob-m bery, including keys to the r stolen vehicle. Officers also found two handguns, and r .reported finding the stolen !!l vehicle in the parking lot of Z the apartment complex. ., Harrison and Brooks, c: later identified as father and tD r son, were arrested after a en witness reported they were ::::: trying to sell stolen property including the stolen vehicle. m Both are being held without bond. c: m en c ?< WARREN DAWSON )> z c ., c ?< 221-1800 14&7 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. H,C h:rmg Of J l:h\\el Jn l't'portJnt :'"'J: l. \o:cr Jc.et Bcfotc dcc1dc 3Sh .. r "'lJ! or. f c,1; ,1c t\::cr C":c C) m ..... ....,


.,... .,... 0 C\1 ...: C\1 a: w m :E w .... D.. w en en w c a: I.L c z <( c en w ::::) .... w > w c w l: en ::::; m ::::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J I.L Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 beginning at 6:00p.m., October 17,2011 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 Development Services 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 Zoning Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation and/or Final Decision of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Development Services Department at (813) 276-2006 or 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 11-o761-RV (AB) filed on 08/12/2011 by Mark A Sullivan, represented by R. J. Gandy of 235 Apollo Beach Blvd. # 149, Apollo Beach, FL 33572, ph 813 786-1804 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Development Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 10,998 sq. ft. and is presently zoned CN. It is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 30 Range 20 or 11222 Casa Lorna Dr Petition SU 11-on4-CW (AB) filed on 08/17/2011 by Mark Johnston Burger 21 02, represented by Crystal Bennett, of 8810 Twin Lakes Blvd Tampa FL 33614, ph 813-425-6226 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Development Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 3 500 sq. ft. and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 09 Township 28 Range 18 or 11777 N Dale Mabry Hwy REZONING REQUESTS RZ 11-0702-LU, filed on 7/20/2011 by Bonnie K Rubesha, of 1723 Southwind Dr., Brandon, FL 33510, ph 813-928-9020, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 19.69 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 27 Range 19 or W/S of Hanna Rd., 1 00' N/0 Green Meadow Dr Petition RZ 11-0757-CW, filed on 08/11/2011 by Joseph Spicola of 11708 Casey Rd., Tampa FL 33618-8526, ph 813-997-6080 requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to ASC-1. The property is 4.4 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 8 Township 28 Range 18 or NW cor of Jackson & Casey Rd. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 11-0704-NWH, filed on 07/21/2011 by Judy James, Molloy & James of 325 South Boulevard Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-7157 requesting a major modification to allow sing le-family homes in lieu of townhomes The property is 184 .88 ac and is presently zoned Planned Development (05-2129). It is located in all or parts of Section 21 & 28 Township 28 Range 17 or Northeast side of Old Memorial Hwy., 50' NW of Montague St. Petition MM 11-0706-CW filed on 07/21/2011 by 3101 Lake Ellen Lane LLC represented by Sam Aref, of 13250 N 56th St.# 204 Temple Terrace FL 33617, ph 813-988-7722 requesting a major modification to increase the number of allowable lots The property is 12.35 ac and is presently zoned PD (04-0279) .1t is located in all or parts of Section 10 Township 28 Range 18 or 300' W/0 Paddock Ave., at end of Lake Ellen Lane Petition MM 11-o707 -USF, filed on 07/21/2011 by RaceTrac Petrolium Inc represented by Sycamore Eng Inc, of 8370 W. Hillsborough Ave.# 205, Tampa, FL 33615 ph 813889-0700, requesting a major modification to allow convenience store/gas station as an approved use The property is 3 8 ac and is presently zoned PD (03-1124) It is located in all or parts of Section 31 Township 27 Range 19 or NW cor of N 12th St. & E Bearss Ave. II G9YiltY PUlll.lC SCHOO! S ... Legal Advertisement The School Board of Hillsborough County will hold a public hearing on October 4, 2011 at 5 p.m. in the Board auditorium, Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida, 33602 At this hearing the Board will consider adopting amendments to the boundaries of the five (5) single-member voting districts to comply with Florida Statute 1001.36 and Laws of Florida 2006-333, which provide that the single member voting districts be adjusted to keep the population in the districts as equal as practicable and that this reapportionment occur in the odd-numbered year immediately following the decennial census. At the public hearing the School Board will consider adoption of one of three (3) options prepared with the help of the Planning Commission and the Supervisor of Elections and may consider alternative proposals, which could affect all or part of the five (5) districts. The three (3) options and all alternatives reviewed by the School Board at the September 13, 2011 workshop will .be available for the public to review online at: redistricting.mysdhc.org and at the following locations: Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrative Center, Communications Office 901 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, 33602, 8 : 00a.m -4:45p.m. Monday-Friday Jimmie B Keel Regional Library, Reference Desk, 2902 W. Bearss Ave., Tampa 33618 during regular library hours (813.273.3652 or www hcplc.org) Thonotosassa Branch Library, Reference Desk 10715 Main St., Thonotosassa, 33592 during regular library hours (813 273.3652 or www.hcplc org) Maps will be available for public inspection at least 1 0 working days prior to and up until the time of the public hearing By: MaryEllen Elia of Schools EMPLOYMENT Emergency Job Fair Friday September 30th 12:00 p.m. B & B Center 8751 North 40th Street (40th & Busch) Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately Now Hiring PT, CNA's Home Health Aides LPNs, RNs And Psychiatric Nurses For More Information Call (813) 876-5500 II FREE MetroPCS Giveaways Felons Welcome SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Call (813) 965-7991


-4 c: m en II c !< en m II Notice of Settlement The School Board of Hillsborough County Florida hereby g i ves notice that it has settled the following tort claims against the School Boa r d of H i llsborough County Florida for an amount in excess of $5,000 exclusive of interest and costs This Notice is published as required by Flor i da Statue 69 .081 (9). Grider Vonnisa ; Marrero celia ; Haynes Vynizza ; Everett Miriam ; Borbon Melinda ; Holden John ; Garufi, Crachele ; Arias Noriluz ; Forsey George EMPLOYMENT II 4 Aduh Education I Teaching Assistant (HaH-time: 20 hours per week) (Job #0109) Search Reopened Spring Hill Campus degree in ErYJiish. reoding, or related field h o m o owedited insliMiOO; Slltislodory aimincl hislufy OOdground cOO; must be able to ll1llk o Applirnnls doi m o right of must docurrentotioo cj eligibili1y and attorn Ill trer onlire appf!CDtioo befor e of tOO appliartion deodlire dote. Preferred: Oossroom team ing, ore-ro-ore tuturing, experience with srulents vdlo ore ErYJiish l arYJooge loorrm, and COOJ;)Uter experience. StortirYJ solory is $ 1 5 ,153 annually I $582.81 biweekly. Previous applicants are 51111 in consideration and do not need 1o re-apply. APPLY ONUNE no lotel thon the SepteriDe! 3 0 opplirotion deodline at WMV.phcc.edufjflbs. All SUPPLEMENTAL I ADDITIONAL APPUCATION MATERIAL MlisT BE UPLOADED VIA THE ONUNE APPI.ICATION SYSTEM. The 5Upplementul I additional mote!iols 101 position ore: (1) o awerletter, (2) a ament resume, (3) copy of transcript>, (4) 00-214 {for veteran' s preference), and must be uploaded and attoched to the online a p p lication before m idnight of the applkatlon deadline date. The nMew process con be initiated v.ith the copies o f transaipfs; however, offidal tronsaipfs must be re z c "'" :::0 c V I sa. IVIasterCard America n Express And D ebit Cards C) P ent VIa Phene m ...... U)


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