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. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:t Q -a: c ....1 LL. SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 21 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2011 24 PAGES 75 -. Fire Is Third Tragedv For West Tampa Familv SEE PAGE 3 Radio Station Investors To Hold Meeting Thursdav SEE PAGE 2 2 Murder Trials And 1 Corruption Trial Begin This week SEE PAGE 5 WOMAN RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY FOR HER COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT LOCALLY Ms. Denese Meteye-James was honored last month in Kansas City, Missouri for her community involvement locally during the Community Leadership Institute Conference. Ms. Meteye-James was recommended to receive the Dorothy Richardson Resident Leadership Award from the Southern District of NeighborWork America by Ernest Coney, Interim Executive Director, Corporation To Develop Communities of Tampa (CDC). Ms. Meteye was honored for her volunteer involvement in several areas. Joining her in Kansas City were supporters from Tampa, from left to right: Cynthia Few, Evangeline R. Best, Carla Jackson, Betty Bell, Dr. Richard Briscoe, Ms. Meteye-James, Tonya James (honoree's daughter), Frankie Jones, Grace Jones, Dr. Maxine Woodside, Ernest Coney, and Hillary Rowe, Public Relations and Communications Advisor, NeighborWorks America, Southern District.

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..... a: w Dl :E w > 0 z c en w First Ladv savs Re-Election Fight Will Be Hard Last week, First Lady Michelle Obama visited Tampa during a fundraiser for her husband s re-election campaign. Mrs. Obama visited Tampa Thursday as one of several planned visits on the campaign trail. Florida is as one of the key states in presidential elections. During her trip, Mrs. Obama stopped at the home of Joel Cantor, a Tampa developer and spoke with about 200 guests. ''I'm not going to kid you. This journey is going to be long and it will be hard," she said. In recent months, Mrs. Obama has appeared at events in Michigan, Maine and California. And recent polls indicate the first lady's c popularity has remained a: high among seniors and white voters, even as the z president's has slipped. < President Obama's reelection campaign reported this month raising more w than $42 million in the three months that ended Sept. 30. a:> The DNC raising W another $27.3 million. > w c w :I: en :J Dl ::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::) Dl ..J w z i= z w en First Lady Michelle Obarna visited Tampa last week. Funds collected by the DNC will be spent mostly to re elect President Obama. Bay area Democrats hope the First Lady's visit will help revive volunteers who turned out in records num bers ahead of the 2008 elec tions. About 20 students from Sexton Elementary School in St. Petersburg greeted First Lady Obama at Tampa Inter national Airport. She is also promoting her childhood obesitY campaign known as "Let's Move!" < c a: 0 ..J LL The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 N w For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at hOme or woti< -No Recovery, NoF- Investigators H there ia a dlapute on how the accident occurod Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: # COMING SOON car FREE SEMINAR Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip&Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More .. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Interested Rad.io Station Investors To Meet Thursdav The "Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) will be facilitating a meeting with individuals who sent letters of interest in investing in pur chasing WTMP The minimum investment per individual or group is $25,000.00. Since the recent change in the WTMP program format and staffing, TOEA's Eco nomic Development Commit tee (chaired by TO BA Board Member, Jetie B. Wilds, Jr.) has taken the lead to fa cilitate this initiative, says TOBA spokesperson James Ransom. "We requested and re ceived some letters from in terested investors, communicated with current WTMP owners and con ducted research regarding in vestor options to lease and purchase another local AM radio station in the market, Ransom said. "Although WTMP has not been sold as some have spec ulated, unfortunately the owners have overly inflated the asset value of the WTMP AM/FM licenses which makes purchasing those li censes unreasonable for in vestors, at this time." Efforts to negotiate a more fair market price to pur chase WTMP have stalled. Therefore, the plan is to pur sue another AM station through a Lease Management Agreement (LMA) with an option to purchase that sta tion. With an LMA, the for mat can be restored. "We will continue to assist with this process for a few more weeks," Ransom said noting that, "we all should do what we can to restore this worthwhile business and community asset." The meeting will be held Thursday, November 3 at 6:30 PM at Tampa Park Plaza, 1417 Tampa Park Plaza (Scott St. and Nebraska Ave.), Tampa, 33605. Call (813) 229-1845 for directions. Anyone interested in learning more about this in vestment opportunity is wel comed to attend. Area Near Tampa Park Apartments Problem For Residlllts BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter With so much attention being focused on the nightlife along 7th Avenue and the problems with some of the clubs, residents at Tampa Park Apartments said they feel ignored Residents of the complex said they are being harassed and terrorized by criminal ac tivity in the area of Scott Street and i h Avenue and they said that area has be come known as a drug hang out. Speaking on behalf of the Chief of Police and Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Tampa Po lice Major, Gerald Honeywell, said the corner was a lot worse a few years ago "It appears that a problem that was removed has re turned. There s a lot of stuff going on in other areas, and when my officers are else where, that's when it starts again at Scott and 7111 Avenue. Major Honeywell said he d like to know how many residents of Tampa Park and business owners in the area have called police complain ing about the problems. "Th e business owners have put no loitering signs outside a nd we' v e been doing as much as we can. We just I FRANK CAPOTE can't put an officer at that lo cation for an extended period of time with so many other things going on. We're hitting the hot spots, but we will travel through that area more frequently. We had that cor ner cleaned up for 5 months, and now it has returned. We also plan to start run ning tags on vehicles entering and leaving the area to deter mine if the occupants live in Tampa Park. The owner of the strip mall and Capote Cleaners, Frank Capote, said he s aware of the problems and has been fighting it for years. It's difficult because they always come back. Because a lot of them spend their money in the store and restaurant, they feel they can do what they want. We ve MAJOR GERALD HONEYWELL done everything we can to deal with it." Capote said he bought the small strip mall in the 1990s, and it was a lot worse then. He operated a cleaners at the location until 8 years ago when business fell off and he was forced to close it. I will say it's come a long way from what it was. Now it s a bunch of teenagers who are looking for a place to hang out. That s bad for the people trying to operate _the businesses there. I had opened a Laundromat at that location, and it was destroyed. I don t want to see anyone out of business. I want to see it cleaned up. I don t want to see it become a nuisance and a campaign statts to shut the businesses down."

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eatures Birthdav Partv Turns Dead IV For Tampa Bav Tech Student BY IRIS B. HOLTON from the injury. On Saturday night, John man they would have to hire Singleton, Jr. went to his their own security. best friend s house, a normal "I really didn t know what routine according to his fakind of crowd was coming ther, John, Sr. so I went to the District III Usually, John, Jr. and Police Headquarters andre-his best friend, Vontay, quested a special patrol for w ould go to a movie or just the area. hang around the house. But "I told him the capacity of this time the two went to a the building was for 65 pea-birthday party at the Unique pie, arid we reached .an Island Grill on 34th Street agreement." and Lake Avenue. Mr. Virgo lives a block According to Tampa Po-north of the building, and lice, there were about 6o L...,_ __ .:.;_ _____ ___;..;__ __ ....J came by to make sure everypeople inside the building JOHN SINGLETON, JR. thing was right with these-for the party when a fight curity. started. Several people were "I was introduced to four ejected from the party, but ways let us know what's adults who I was told were police said the fight contingoing on. providing the security. After ued outside. "John loved watching that, I went back home. According to reports, at movies, joking around with "Later that night, I heard 11:45 P m., John, Jr. was his relatives, playing foot-the gunshot and went to see shot. He was taken to Tampa ball, and generally being the what was going on. When I General Hospital where he center of attention," said got there, I saw the young died. No suspects have been John, Sr. man laying on the ground, identified in the shooting. John, Sr. said his son and I was told he had been John, Jr. was a 17-yearwas a mama's boy and was shot." old student attending really crazy about his Mr. Virgo said in the fu-Tampa VocationalTechnimother, Cheryl Singleton. ture, he'll be more careful cal High School, and the jun-"He loved asking her for about who he. rents his ior was considering a career things, becau&e he knew she building to, because when as a welder when he graduseldom said no. I'll miss the there are young people in-ated. times he and 1 would tussle volved, too many things can John, Sr. said they and just play around with go wrong. didn't know anything about each other. "I want this to be a com-the party. According to. the owner-of. munity friendly place, not "Usually, when he's going the Unique Island Grill, just a place for Jamaicans. to be out late, he calls and Hopeton Virgo, he was I've worked hard to make tells us he will be spending approached by a man Thurs-sure m place stays incident the night with his best day who wanted to use the free, especially .after the friend. building. problems I had a few years "We were home when the "He told me he had tried ago. I'm sorry about the loss parent of his best friend to rent a place for a home-oflife, and I feel for his famcame to our house and told coming and birthday party, ily." us what happened." but it did!}'t work out. John, Jr. is also survived John, Sr. said he knows "He wanted the building by one sister, Jazriana. nothing about the place for Saturday, and that was The family had no insur-where the party was held, short notice for me." ance for John, Jr. and ask and usually when he goes Mr. Virgo said he exall donations be sent to anywhere, it's with his friend plained the terms for renting Jackson' s Funeral Home, and his parents would al-the building, and told the 4605 34th Street Cruise Winner: 'I've Never Won Anvthing 01 Value' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mrs. Mary Alexander said she read about the fr e e gospel show in the Sentinel and made a note to attend. However, on the day of the concert she had forgotten about it. She had no idea at the time that she would be the winner of the grand prize. "I had forgotten about it, and when it hit me I was cooking dinner. I wanted to see a mime dancer that was partic ipating. When I got there I was too late, but I decided to stay for the rest of the pro gram." Like all of the other atten dees, Mrs. Alexander had received a ticket for the drawing. Rev. Kendricks Mrs. Mary Alexander and Steve Oakley With the winning voucher. Mrs. Alexander plans to take a family member on the cruise with her. drew the ticket and Mrs. Alexander was holding the winner. "I have never won anything of value. The Lord must have wanted me to have it. I really couldn't believe it was really happening. It took a while, but then I el ."-ted.," . Mrs. Alexander said she had planned on going on a cruise, but never quite made it. She will most likely take h e r v o y age next year bec a u s e s he has to obtain a p a ssport s h e s aid A longtime Tampa resi dent, Mrs. Alexander is a widow and the mother of 4 children. She also has 7 grandchildren . Oakley said, "The event restored broken hearts, changing the hearts of unbe lievers to follow Christ through Praise and Worshipping God. Mary Alexander, of Tampa, won the Caribbean Cruise that night. She said having been led by the Holy Spirit to read my articles. She said I never won anything in my whole entire life! Sentinel City Editor "She's doing good, but m sometimes when she is :a On Friday afternoon, Ms. Lashaun Kinlock began preparing dinner for her four children. She left her apartment at 1502 W. Union Street, to get her children and returned to find her home ablaze. Ms. Kinlock, 30, the mother of two sons and two daughters, said she had gone to get her children when the fire started. "We lost everything. The entire kitchen burned and everything in the living room melted. The other things have smoke and water damage." This is the third tragedy to strike Ms. Kinlock and her family. On September 30, he 3-year-old daughter, Latavia, was shot in the leg and the bullet struck her in the knee. She was outside playing when a gunman drove up and began shooting at another man. Latavia underwent surgery and her mother was told that she might have long-term complications ...... walking her leg gives out and she falls ," Ms. Kin-g lock. Further complicating matters, Ms. Kinlock said her 10-month-old son was diagnosed with having seizures after spending a week in the hospital. I tried to save everything I could, but my baby is going to have to have everything becahse he can't inhale that smoke.:' Ms. Kinlock said she is thankful for any.'help she can receive from the community. The Tampa Housing Authority will provide her another apartment, but she must start all over again with furniture and clothing. ...... Ms. Kinlock said she wears a size 16-18; her 8-year-old daughter wears a size 7-8, and Latavia wears 'TI a size 3T -sT. Her 0 old son wears a size 16 :D husky and her youngest son wears size 1T an,d 2T: en Anyone wishing to con-!;2 tact Ms. Kinlock can call :::1 her at (8.13) 528-7454. .... m c: z c: m r::: en :1: m c !;2 m m )> z c 'TI :a Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! 623

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Editorials/Columns ..-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN matchup for the presidency (USPS 202-140) has any chance of happening, 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605. (813) 248-1921 I am reminded that I be-Published Every Tuesday and Friday By 1 d h k b FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., ieve t at Barac 0 ama Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) had no chance of becoming and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. president of the United 1990-94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: States. Millions of people -Florida Sentinel Bulletin, It AI-n't Golng To Happen shared my opinion, but it is P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 history that Mr. Obama Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT ALLISON WELL$-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLO ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.0()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on edhoria! pages of this newspaper by. Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the edltorisl stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. An Embarrassment That Will Go Down In Historv The year is 2050. The site is the President Barack Obama Museum in Chicago, Illinois. Amongst continuous throngs of curious school children, solemn-faced historians troop to the Barack Obama Library trying to make sense out.ofthe trials and tribulations of one of C America's most capable Chief Executives. ff: Yet, no matter how diligently they search, one uncomC fortable conclusion haunts these like a ghost. Z One of America's best and brightest presidents was < hampered for the most part, not because of inexperience, but because of skin color. Now, fast-back to 2011. President Barack Obama and W supporters are gearing up for what many predict will be an uphill battle to gain his second term as leader of the free world. Reviewing his achievements reads like the w list accorded to a collegiate suma cum laude. > Not the least of his plaudits concerns the fact that, come December, he will have brought American troops w home from Iraq. In other words, President Obama will have kept his word to the American people. :::::i We Americans boast we've come a long way since the m Civil War. As sings the battle hymn of Civil Rights, we have indeed, "overcome," or so we love to think. But z whenever we read about, or hear about the headaches i= and heartaches accorded to an erstwhile brilliant president, we must pause to ask, "Is America really ready?" ...1 Meanwhile, President Barack Obama must add his :::: m name to the list of "First Blacks" who have caught hell ...1 w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...1 LL before they were recognized by History. Seemingly, such is the American way. Public Works Could Create Jobs It worked for FDR during the 1940s. Why can't it work for us now? We're referring to federal, state, and local programs that could address the laundry list of things that need to be fixed throughout American society. For instance, driving down Interstates like I-4 and I-10, as well as other bumpy roads and streets lead us to believe fixing Americans interstates, state, county and city highways and byways using federal stimulus money could put millions of workers back to work almost immediately. We're talking about revisiting the idea of a revived Public Works movement because America needs repairing. Repairing America's dams, levees, and bridges to prevent floods that have already occurred could provide countless jobs, as well. Certainly, upgrading our country's government buildings to protect them from earthquakes, tornadoes, and other natural catastrophes would generate hundreds, if not, thousands of jobs. Consequently, the question is not whether America has the jobs to put people back to work, but whether America has the will to put people back to work. "':t We have grown tired of hearing the same sound-bytes w -cut taxes, deregulate etc. as a means of creating jobs. 0 Meanwhile, America rots to ruin. We don't need rhetoric. We need work. Some people are already having visions of two Black men battling it out for the presidency of the United States. Well folks, it ain't going to happen! I can understand the rea soning behind this kind of thinking. Currently, President Barack Obama is running unopposed for the Democratic Party. Herman Cain, another Black leads most polls as the Republican nominee. Still folks, it ain't going to happen. I share the opinion of many who believe that the Republican Party will never run a Black man as its candi date for the position of Pre sident of the United States. There is a big question as to how much reliability can be placed in the Republican Presidential Polls at this time. That question is valid because a recent poll among Republicans pointed out that 8o% of Republicans feel that it is too early to pick a candi date. Herman Cain has said some really dumb things since he has been running for president. So have those can didates who are running against him. But, for Cain to be Black and to say such dumb things and still be the leading Republican candidate speaks volumes about those poor candidates that are in the Re publican field. Mitt Romney is the world's greatest flip-flopper, Newt Ginghrich is living in the stone ages, Michelle Bachmann is just plain dumb, Ron Paul is a di nosaur, Rick Perry appears to be a drunk, Suntorium and Huntsman have no chance and Cain, well, he is just Black. While this writer does not believe an Obama-Cain The Untold Storv 01 Black Marines: Monuord Point Though few of them are still living, Black Marines who served our country during World War II recently re ceived justice and recogni tion. Congress voted last week to bestow this country's high est civilian honor, the Con gressional Gold Medal, to the Montford Point Marines, 20,000 Black men who trained to become Marines at a separate training facility in Montford Point, North Car olina The Marine Corps began enlisting Blacks at the Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Ma rine Training Center, and Howard P. Perry became the first Black to enlist in the Marines. In September, 1942, the first class of 120 volunteers began their training as mem bers of the 51 "1 Composite De fense Battalion at Montford Point, North Carolina. The Black recruits were kept se parate from white recruits at nearby Camp Lejeune and could not go to Camp Lejeune unless accompanied by a white officer. In April1942, the First Ma rine Depot Company was the first Black unit to be sent overseas in World War II. There was widespread reluctance to use Blacks for combat duty. Thus, Black Marines were relegated to ammo sup ply and depot platoons (servers and cooks). Thus, Black Marines ended up being killed and wounded during battles such as the one on the Japanese island of Saipan. Staff Sgt. Timerlate Kirven and Cpl. Samuel J. Love, Sr. were the first Blacks decorated by the famed Second Marine Divi sion when they received Pur ple Hearts for wounds received in the Battle of Saipan. Beginning in 1943, the first Black commissioned officers were trained and from there, Black Marines were trained by Black noncommissioned officers. In May 1944, Charles F. Anderson became the high est non-commissioned ranking officer (Sergeant Major). A year later, Frederick C. Branch was com missioned a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps Reserve. Blacks became members of the Regular Marine Corps in July 1948, a year before President Harry S. Truman ordered desegregation was elected president. I am in no way a Cain supporter. But, being Black and having a heart that is bursting with racial pride, I can't help but think what a boost it would be for Black pride if two Blacks competed iii November 2012 for the Presidency of the United States. If I was a Republican, I would vote for Herman Cain to be the Republican candidate. I wouldn't vote for him because he is Black. I would vote for him because the other Republican candi d ates are so bad until they make Cain look good. I will say once again that an Obama-Cain matchup ain't going to happen. It could happen if Cain was white. To that I say, it ain't going to happen. Cain isn't going to turn white. Oh well, it was a good thought. of all branches of the military. In 1952, the first Black Ma rine pilot was commissioned a second lieutenant and re ceived his pilot wings. Not until the Korean War did Black Marines participate in combat duty as snipers, heavy machine gun operators, and pilots. In 1968, a Medal of Honor was awarded posthumously to PFC James Anderson, Jr., for pulling a grenade into his chest and curling around it to protect the other mem bers ofhis platoon. Thirty years after the first Black Marines enlisted, the first Black to complete 30 years of service as a Marine, Sergeant Major Edgar R Huff, retired from service. One of the first Black Marines to enlist, Gunnery Sgt. Reuben J. McNair, said "Everything I went through at Montford Park to become a Marine was for my own good. If I had to do it over again, I would, because some of the training saved my life." Today, Montford Point is napted Camp Johnson in honor of the memory of Sgt. Major Gilbert H. "Hashmark" Johnson, USMC (Retired). As a bold dhrersity policy, Marine Corps commandant General James Amos has pledged to teach all Marines the Montford Point story and has ordered all commanders to aggres sively identify qualified Black Marines for officer position. "Semper Fi" has new meaning for all Black Marines. Let us add such to our-motto, "Harambee!"

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Trialleuins For Man Accused II Killing His Daughter's Mother BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In November 2008, the family of a Tampa woman reported her missing after she failed to attend her only daughter s 2nd birthday. Her body was later found dead in an abandoned house in Lakeland. On Monday, the first-degree murder trial of the man who is allegedly responsible for her murder began. Vincent George Brown, 41, is facing first-degree murder and kidnapping charges. He entered a not guilty plea in the case. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office is seeking the death penalty. Police said Ms. Jennifer Johnson, 31, was observed arguing with Brown, who was her ex-boyfriend and the father of her child, at Apollo South, 5110 N 40th Street, on the night of November 14th She later accompanied BroWil to his parent's home around 3 a.m., Saturday. When Ms. Johnson did not arrive to plan her only child s birthday party, her famiiy became concerned and contacted police. Brown was identified as a person of interest in the case early during the investigation. Ms. Johnson's vehicle was found in a parking lot at 5215 E. 15th Avenue, the same weekend she was reported missing. Brown also turned himself in to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office the same weekend for violation of probation. Ms. Johnson attempted to contact police by calling 9-1-1 from her wlephone. A Plant City 9-1-1 dispatcher answered the call for help. In a barely audible 9-1-1 call, JENNIFER JOHNSON ... Murdered in November 2008 Ms. Johnson said, ''I'm in the trunk right now .... took my car. They got me in the car. I don't know where I'm at .... I don't know where I am. I'm in the trunk of my car. I'm in the car right now. I don't see anything because I'm inside my trunk. They took my car and I'm inside of a trunk." Body Found In House Four days after being reported missing, Ms. Johnson's body was found in a vacant house in Lakeland. She died of asphyxia ; police said. After the murder, police said Brown recorded a new message on his cell phone and then attended a party driving Ms. Johnson's car. The message said I did what I had to do and it's done Y'all w;ll probably never see me again Just don't forget about me." Ms. Rachel Johnson said Jennifer was the oldest of her mother's three daughters Of VINCENT BROWN ... Charged with first-degree murder the trial she said, ''I'm just glad that is finall y happening and I hope he gets what he deserves. My sister is not here and we won't see anymore. It' s just not fair. Jury selection began on Monday. The trial is expected to take about 3 weeks. State Seeks Death Penaltv In Police Ofticer Killing. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office is seeking the death penalty in the murder trial of a Tampa Police officer. This is the second death penalty case underway this week. For more than 8oo days, Humberto Delgado, Jr.,. 36, has been in custody at the Hillsborough County jail. On Monday, jury selection began in his first-degree murder trial. He is also charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, carrying a concealed firearm, and depriving a law enforcement officer of means of protection. Delgado was arrested on August 19, 2009, after he allegedly shot and killed Tampa Police Corporal Mike Roberts. Cpl. .Roberts reportedly observed Delgado pushing a shopping cart near CORPORAL MIKE ROBERTS .. killed in the line of duty the intersection of Artie Street and Nebraska Avenue. Cpl. Roberts, 38, approached Delgado and a fight ensued. As the fight continued, Delgado ran across the street with Cpl. Roberts in pursuit. HUMBERTO DELGADO, JR. .. facing death penalty .Delgado allegedly pistol whipped Cpl. Roberts and then he allegedly fired one shot, striking Cpl. Roberts on the right side of the chest. He died from the gunshot injury Delgado surrendered after a brief search. Jurv Selection Begins In Former Commissioner's Corruption Trial The jury selection in the federal corruption trial against a former County Commissioner began on Monday. The trial is expected to last about two weeks. Kevin White, 46, and George Hondrellis, 45, were arrested in June and charged with conspiracy to commit bribery; bribery; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to law enforcement. The charges stem from the time when Kevin White served on the Public Transportation Commission from 2006 to 2010, first while a member of the Tampa City Council, and later as a County Commissioner. White was Chairman of the Public Transportation Commission, which oversees permits for vehicles such as taxis, limos, tow trucks, and ambulances. Hondrellis is the owner and operator of Tampa City Towing Company. The indictment stated that as part of a conspiracy, Hondrellis opened a towing compan y and was placed on the list for county rotation. He allegedly conspired with others to get on the rotation list. White is alleged to have used his influence and position to help facilitate getting .the company on the rotational towing list. White allegedly received more than $10,000 in 2010, the indictment stated. White's father, the late Gerald White, was implicated in the indictment, KEVIN WHITE Fonner Hillsborough County Commissioner '11 r but died in May before an 0 arrest was made The federal investigation )> began in September 2009, 0 Hondrellis met with a Confidential Informant and ::t allegedly "explained that the PTC was giving away towing r certificates for money." Attorney O'Neill stated r r that there are more than 150 m hours of taped evidence in the ::t case. Some of that evidence Z includes meetings with "Darryl," an undercover agent who met with White on en more than one occasion. The :I: m affidavit alleges that money c changed hands during those meetings. Attorney Grady C. Irvin, Jr., is representing White. 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E>irthda_ys ,.... I Hauuv Birthdav HENRY CROCKETI, V October 31st We love you Mom, Nana and all your family and friends. ..J w z i= z m BIG D. J. And VICTORIA ct C Here we are still standing Big a: D. J., 31 and Victoria, 16. g May God bless you both. Love LL you, Mom 0, Angel, Denzel, Grandma Jean, Vite, Jyreese and Jacquez. H8PPV191h Birthdav KESHIA Yes, 31. Wish you many more. Love you. From, family. H8PPV191h Birthdav November1 We love you Your family. FreeWank. H8PPV191h Birthdav Hal-a-wen treat birthday, 10/31/2011, turned 15. From, Dennis. Local Police To Issue $158 Citations For Red light Violators BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several months, the in stallation of cameras at desig nated traffic lights throughout the City were discussed, ap proved, by City Council, and installed. On Monday, October 31st, following a month of warning, drivers will begin to receive ci tations. The tickets for not stopping at a intersection equipped 'Yith a camera is $158 per incident. The cam eras were activated on October 1st, but no citation were issued. Twenty-three cameras have been activated throughout the city and others are expected in the future. The cameras are part of "Stop on Red Tampa Safety Program." The cameras will capture still images and video of red light running violations. Warning signs alerting drivers to intersection safety cameras were installed earlier. The program administered by American Trafflc Solutions, Inc. CATS) and each violation will be reviewed and approved by the City of Tampa Police De partment prior to the issuance of a citation. The cameras are installed at the following locations: Busch Blvd., and Nebraska; Fowler and Nebraska; Hillsborough and Nebraska; Hillsborough and Armenia; Hillsborough and Lois; Gandy and West shore Blvd. Other intersections with the cameras are: Adamo Drive and N. 50th Street; Hillsborough and N. 22nd Street; S. Dale Mabry and Gandy Blvd.; Kennedy Blvd., and Ashley; S. Dale Mabry and Kenm!dy Blvd.; Columbvs Drive N. Dale Mabry; Kennedy Bivd., and S. Dale Mabry; and Busch Blvd., and Florida Avenue. The City of Tampa joins Temple Terrace and Hillsbor ough County with its "Stop On Red Tampa Safety Program." Connie Finger Celebrates Birthdav Connie Finger celebrated her birthday recently at her home with family and friends. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Sheryl Fennell and Geraldine Bradley, sister of Connie, enjoy the birthday party. Jarvis El-Amin and Naheem Muhammad Another sister of the honoree at the birthday party, Maxine Graham. Larry Potter and Tamara Brown, the honoree's daughter.

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Tampa Bav Heart Walk Saturdav, November 5th The term obesity is used to describe the health condition of anyone significantly above his or her ideal healthy weight. Between 60 and 70 percent of Americans are either over weight or obese. Being obese puts you at a higher risk for health problems such as heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes and more. Recently, two American Heart Association volunteers, Kevin B. Sneed, PharmD, Dean of USF College of Pharmacy, and Jared Fogle, The Subway Guy and American Heart Association spokesperson, met to discuss what they see as the keys to fighting obesi ty. Dr. Sneed has been involved with the American Heart Association for nearly 10 years and currently serves on the American Heart Association, Southeast board of directors. Through this service, Dr. Sneed specifically focuses on health disparities impacting the African American communitY. "Obesity Is a public health crisis that we are facing right now," said Sneed. "Health fairs aren't enough. We need something that will be sustainable. We need to create a model that over a period of time Will change Jared Fogle, The Subway Guy, and Dr. Kevin Sneed, Dean, USF School Of Pharmacy. lives." about 12 million. American children ages 2 to 19 are obese and over one-third of U.S. adults are obese. "That is why I remain committed to the American Heart Association," said Sneed. As a freshman at Indiana University, Jared Fogle's weight peaked at 425 pounds. "My life was paralyzed," said Fogle. "It's always someone else's problem right up until it's your own." During his junior year, Fogle happened to live right next to a Subway restaurant. After adding up the calories, he realized he could significantly cut down his caloric intake and possibly lose some weight. It worked. In the first three months, Fogle was able to lose 94 pounds. Once he lost that initial weight, he was able to exercise more by walking and in year he lost 245 pounds. "I'm someone who's been down that road," said Fogle. "I hope that people will think if that Jared guy can do it, I can do it to." One of the keys to fighting obesity is having a goal and positive reasons to achieve that goal. If you'd like to take that first step towards a healthier you, please join the American Heart Association at the Tampa Bay Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 5 at Raymond James Stadium. The event starts at 8 a.m. and there is a 3-mile and 1-mile route. There is no registration fee ; but donations are appreciated. To learn more, visit TampaBayHeartWalk.org or call 727563-8114. New Panhandling Ordinance Goes Into EHect Todav BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, (today) the new panhandling ordinance for the City of Tampa went into effect. After a week of issuing warnings, it is now against the law for anyone to stand on street corners and solicit money. The only exception to the rule is Sundays, with the exception of 10 designated intersections, where panhandling is permanently banned. Anyone found in violation could face 6o days in jail and up to a $500 fine. Mayor Bob Buckhorn signed the ordinance into law the day following its passage by City Council. For several months, members of City Council have been grappling with the issue of panhandling. Last month, during their regular meeting, Council members passed the new ordinance by a vote of 6-1. The three ordinances that compose the new panhandling ordinance are: Option 1): Ban on street solicitation with exemption for newspapers; Option 2): Six-day ban on street solicitation; and Option 3): Ban on street solicitation with exemption for newspaper sales and allowance for expressive speech not requiring an exchange of objects. The ordinance prohibits sales of any kind at 10 intersections perceived as the busiest. The intersections are: Dale Mabry and W. Columbus Drive; N. 30th Street and E. Fowler Avenue; N. Armenia Avenue and W Waters Avenue; N. 2223 Westshore Blvd.; N. 22nd Street and E. Hillsborough Avenue; 7701 W Courtney Campbell Causeway; W. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., and N. Boulevard; N. 50th Street and E. Fowler Avenue; W. Columbus Drive and N. MacDill Avenue; and W. Kennedy Blvd., and N. MacDill Avenue. C/) Beautv SupplY Stores: c Black Owned And Operated ANN WILLIAMS With her son, .. Pocket Change Plant City is now home to two black-owned and operated beauty supply stores whose owners proudly say their sole purpose is to make African Americans in that city and sur. rounding areas look and feel good Ann Williams owns Pocket Change on E. Baker Street. Chris Jones is the owner of Magic Beauty Supply on Maryland Avenue. The two are natives of Plant City who say they decided to open their business to better serve the community. "I had heard so many bad things about owners of other beauty supply stores in the area that weren't owned by Blacks," says Williams. "Those customers complained about how they were treated at those stores. I knew if i opened a similar business I could offer more." Williams is a retired educa tor who returned to Plant City after spending more than half her life traveling the world with her husband, Charles, during his Army career. She says even though her heart was in the right place, the decision to actually open the business was a tough one. "There were days in the beginning when I didn t make : CHRIS JONES Magic Beauty Supply $30. I would ask, "Lord, what am I doing?" I could hear Him say as clear as day, "My child I've not brought you this far to leave you now"." Williams has not looked back since Jones lived in the Midwest for a time before returning to Plant City several years ago. He says the many women in his family encouraged him to go into the industry to serve the younger generation. "I've been in business for about a year and a half. The Asians pretty much dominate 0 it My goal is to open a ware-;:!! house and be able to sell to predominately Black owned hair stores. I want to deal with CJ) m it like the Asians do." Z The two stores are within :::! walking distance of each other, j!i'i but both owners say there is no competition. "[Mrs. aJ Williams' husband came C: down and was so nice to me," I= says Jones. "He welcomed me. If I have a customer and I Z don't have something they need I send them to [Mrs. Williams)." aJ That's not a bad business I strategy, because in the world of Black hair care, there is m more than enough business to C go around. 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Local a: w m :::!!: Church Celebrates Groundbreaking W On Saturday, October 151 \ 2011 at 2 p.m., the memz hers of Little Rock Church of God by Faith (COGBF) celeC brated their groundbreaking ffi ceremony. Pastor James :::;, E. Williams, III, officiated t-over the event. Their church's motto is "Changing Lives For Eternal Solution." In attendance were vari ous members from Church of God by Faith in Ft. Myers, (Elder McD-onald); Clear water, (Elder Lawrence); Lakeland, (Elder Philips); St. Petersburg, (Minister/Supt. Landers); and Yulee, Florida, (Elder Johnson). After the responsive read ing, the front design of the church was revealed. Michael Beard, of ICO BuildersGroup, Inc., stated, "We count it as a privilege, honor, and a blessing to be involved. This is the one time our careers and the ministry get to meet and we love it." Elder Johnson stated, "I just want to encourage you today that this is just the be ginning." He asked the con gregation to look up and lift their hands like Solomon re questing God's presence. "It's a blessing to be here to see it come to pass. We are on holy ground today, and what makes it holy is because we are holy. You have some thing special in place for this community in the saving of souls," stated Elder Lawrence. Elder McDonald stated, "A vision may be for a moment, but it will not tarry. The vision has come to pass. We are standing together and we will see the vision through." Supt. Landers stated, "We have come this far by faith. Faith that we can see isn't faith. If we had known it would be 26 years, I don't know if you could have sold anyone on it. Thank God for His faithfulness. God is not slack concerning His prom ises. I have sweat equity in this property. God's purpose will come to pass." After affirming the "Breaking of Ground" re sponsive reading, the congre gation sang their theme song, "We are the Church of God by Faith" while Pastor Williams, Beard, Rusty Stout, Stephen LeTang (Grow Fi nancial), and Elder Philips were given the shovels they used to break the holy ground. Photography by TOBY SCOTT Elder Harvey Lawrence, Deacon Walter Williams, and Deacon Ruben Allen were excited about seeing what God has in store for Little Rock Church of God by Faith. Deacon L. Smith provided the Closing Remarks for the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Little Rock Church of God by Faith. Albert Phillips and Mark Nash stood ready to serve refreshments after the groundbreaking ceremony. 813.333.6737 /'AraiL:-Jtnl.C/thyHLMIJ.lltiJAIRf. JwL tLI.. c tJUIIIDJd,wn,;,,.._ 1)Nif}l'llMJ. cAt1J,qlUiniJ. Birthday Church Flyers Obituaries a Business cards Wedding 01 Brochures FuneralNotice Wedding Baby Shower Graduation Bridal Shower Schools -Photography Baptism Conference Printing Arr( special occasion Seminar Event Plmning "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 Octavia and Eden Smith were among those in attendance at the ceremony.

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Successlul Job Fair Held On Oct. 11, 2011 Job News hosted a Job Fair at the Wyndham Tampa West shore. One aspect of this Job Fair was the applicants actu ally talked to the hiring man agers for most of the companies, Fara Kneitel, Job News General Manager Fara Kneitel was proud of another successful Job Fair. said. Most people were happy about this because they felt their resumes' often got lost in company databases. Isaac Parsons, one of the attendees said, "Face time with the decision-makers is what you want." Isaac Parsons ready to make a strong impression on the hiring managers. J. Robert Gould and Micheal Lane represented a local furniture business. Bruce from Center for Technology Training said, "We are more than a Diploma School, we work with you until you are certified." Henry Howard was excited about the job fair. There were also several schools on hand for the event. Jerome Boatright, of Ultimate Medical Academy, stated that health care is one of the fastest growing fields. (Photography by Toby Scott). Jason Santiago came out to see what benefits companies are offering. Shenell Ali and Jeanette L. ready to see what job opportunities are available. Whitney Williams and Alexa Sellers just moved to Tampa and are ready to start work. Crowned Future MissB-CU Alexis Wheatley was crowned the 201i. Future Miss Bethune-Cookman University. The coronation was held October 9th at the College Hill Conference Center. The event is sponsored by the Hillsborough County Alumni Chapter of c z 0 < m s:: tu m :::D N 0 ..... ..... "T1 r-0 :!:! c )> en m z :::! z m r-tu c: rrm :::! z c: m r-c;; ::::t m c The new queen is a 6th grader at Burnett Middle School and a member of First Union Missionary Bap-m tistChurch. She is the daughter ofMiranda andAnthoriyWheat-ley. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" M (813) 248-1921 Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line And Morel 0 c )> z c "T1 :::D c

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c a: LL. c z w c w :::t en :::i m ::::) 0.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL. 0 op-Bulls Host Ravens At Bovs & Girls Club Earlier this month, the University Area Bulls hosted the Thonotosassa Ravens at the North Tampa Boys & Girls Club. The youngsters had a good time as they matched skills dur ing the football game. {Photography by TOBY SCOTT). Rodney Strawder, President of the Ravens, famous D. J., Floyd Joy, center, and Ross Fabian founder of the Ravens were on ,hand for the game. Jalean demonstrates to the crowd how to handle the flag. Kalen, who sports #1 for the University Area Bulls, makes the cut on the field. Lateshia and Mario Smith were among those attending the football game. Head Coach, Country is shown getting his team, the University Area Bulls ready for their showdown with the Thonotosassa Ravens. The budding athletes.are: Ashwood, #oo; Devine, #3; and Kegler, who is wearing #5. Talyra, Marla yah, Ginasia, J aniya, Zamya, Briauna, Coach Michelle, and Team mom, Gina Judge, were on hand showing support for the University Area Bulls. On hand to cheer the Thonotosassa Ravens to victory were their cheerleaders: Samara Causey, Christina Davis, Nia Covington, Rondeshia Derr, Asa Green, Aallya Jackson, Saviah Lee, Romara Porcell, Krystina Smith, Cornya White, and Daimelona Wiley. Members of the University Area Bulls line up to take on the Thonotosassa Ravens.

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Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Get advice from a trusted friend if your issues seem vague. Avoid big decisions Indulge your fantasies with improvisation, and play with your crew Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Choose treat over trick. Give without expectation. Your generosity comes back to you multiplied, but that's not the point Take care of your health by sharing love. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Get outside and pla y as soon as you can today. There's fun afoot, and some possible chaos. Hide any reservation behind a mask and let your enthu siasm out. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Change is in the wind. Get together with your team to plot a new course. This afternoon, art and beauty take a darker twist Appreciate soulfulness. Pisces (Feb.19-March 20)-You gel with a new partner, and their mediation provides valuable results. Strange demand could open interesting opportunities. Enjoy peaceful moments before the evening 's madness Aries (March 21-April19) -A major revelation opens a new door for a promotion or a rise in status. Your optimism and adaptability are quite attractive. Hide any shyness behind a Halloween mask. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Continue your growth and expansion, considering long-term goals and sustainability. It's an excellent time for love and money. Share treats and say thank you Gemini (May 21-June 21)-An outrageous suggestion prompts a new way of looking at things. Home is where you want to be, and some repairs need your attention. A mellow evening with friends delights. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Get into home decoration. Create a cozy, delightful space to settle your bones. Your cre ativity delights your friends, who come to partake of your treats. Leo (July 23:-Aug. 22) -Good things are magnetically at tracted to you today. Complete deadlines before starting the next project. Power through, relax at the finish and then cele brate wildly. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) __:_ Contemplate your latest dream, and allow your creativity to flourish through a project that surprises. Make some magic, and clean up later. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -It's a good day to work from home. Trust your intuition. Spice up the place and invite a friend over. A quiet night could delight, but the spirit is running wild. Go with it. soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Thorne finds comfort from an unlikely source; Nick begins to worry about his mother; Eric recalls the ups and downs he's had with Stephanie; Thome makes a heartbreaking declaration. Brooke and Taylor find something they agree upon; Marcus and Dayzee contemplate their future; Brooke worries that Amber may be up to her old tricks; Eric tries to reignite the flame in his and Stephanie's relationship. Enc seeks comfort from an old friend; Dayzee and Marcus take their relationship to the next level; Jackie slips about the afternoon she spent with an other man. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Marlena and EJ have a tense standoff at the Halloween party; Brady argues with Nicole and Madison; Maggie drops a bombshell on Daniel; Hope convinces herself that Alice had more secrets; Sami and Rafe fight about John. Quinn comes back to town and blackmails EJ; Daniel deals with Maggie s revelation; Victor privately reveals he may know more than he s letting on about Maggie's eggs; Quinn wants to open a spa in the town square; Chad tries to reassure an angry Abigail. Madison and Brady s attraction unnerves Sami and makes her fear for her job; Rafe grows tired of being unemployed and having Austin as a houseguest; Kate tells Ste fano she has a plan to take down Madison; Stefano makes Abe an offer. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Kate thinks about her past with Sonny ; Sonny plans a family dinner; Kristina questions her fu ture. Diane breaks news of Brenda to Sonny; Johnny works out a deal with Steve for his father; Maxie is upset at Spinelli. Jason and Sam's last day in paradise; Sonny finds momentary peace; Olivia gets lightheaded ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Viki and Clint reminisce about their own wedding; Cord and Tina find themselves alone in the sta bles. Blair admits to Starr she's torn between Todd and Tomas ; Rex tracks Cutter's female accomplice down to the Minuteman Motel and breaks into her room. Viki, Tina and Todd are sum moned to court; Nora and Tea meet, and Tea tells Nor a abo ut Tom as' plans to find Victor's killer. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Adam tries to win back Sharon's approval; Diana DeGarmo debuts as Angelina. Ricky 's decision could ruin Heather 's life; Nick challenges Victor's feel ings about Sharon. Billy asks Cane to help clear his name; Kevin fears Chloe is rushing their wedding plans. On Labor Day, Tonyce Davis and John Williams were the host and hostess for the Riverview Terrace Jockers celebration. First Friday is a social networking organization that attracts young professionals. Ms. Wanda Trotter and Ms. Patricia White were vendors who displayed their items from P & S Apparels. The Florida Sentinel "Around The Town Photographer" captured this happy group at a reception. They are as follows: Joe Streets, Mella Dixon, Renee Robin-m son and Bird Arline. !i ::u -< "First Friday" networking social organization attracted many young professionals. Some of those attending were: Jim Spencer, Frank Dubose, Sherlyn Roberts, Rudine Crawley, Vicki Pleasant and Lanny Sumpter. -4 c: m en c )> z c ., ::u c

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,.... a: w m w casting Call For 'Vision 01 Harmonv' Video z 0 en w ::) .... Vision Of Harmony's new CD will be released na tionwide early next quarter with the first s ingle "Re united Again" set to rele a se > this year. The ladies are in the a: process of filming the music lL video, for the single, and are holding an open call to cast
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Entertainment ffi Adele To Have Throat Surgerv, cancels 2011 Plans Adele's voice has given her the biggest success this year -and the most trouble. The siriger will have throat surgery and has now canceled all tour dates and promo tional appearances for the year. Columbia Records announced that the "Rolling in the Deep" singer will have surgery "to alleviate the cur rent issues with her throat." A full recovery is expected. Earlier this month, the 23year-old canceled a U.S. con cert run due to a hemorrhage in her vocal chord; she also ADELE canceled concerts in June due to laryngitis. Adele;s "21" is the best selling CD of the year in the United States; it's sold over 4 million units. Nicki Minai Fires Maid There was a big confronta tion at Nicki Minaj's house. A couple of weeks ago, Nicki's maid took a photo of the s inger out of the trash and then asked Nicki to sign it. Nicki got pissed and fired her. The maid went back, and Nicki became enraged and ordered her to leave. The maid stood her ground, demanding not to be. "treated like an animal" -at which point, Nicki allegedly s aid, NICKIMINAJ ''I'll show you how to treat someone like an animal ... get the f**k out of my house! Tuskegee To Receive Hollvwood Treatment Hollywood has long been criticized for its unwillingness to throw major money at Black productions, but now, one of its most venerated fi gures is making a bet that a film about a group of le gendary African-American fighter pilots will strike box office gold this winter. The film, Red Tails, is about WWII's Tuskegee Air men, an all-Black aerial combat unit that rose to excellence in the face of racism and segregation, suc cessfully carrying out mis sions throughout Northern Africa and Europe and help ing to win decisive victories for the Allied forces. Star Wars creator George Lucas has put $58 million of his own money toward the film's production and plans to spend an additional $35 mil lion to help with distribution costs. I've wanted to do this film for a great many years," said Lucas, "The Tuskegee Airmen were such superb pilots that it was essential for us to create visual effects that would live up to their heroism and put audiences in the cockpit with them. They were only in their early 20s when they performed these amazing feats, he added. "They became the best of the best -the top guns. It is an honor to bring to the screen a story inspired by their heroics. Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard, Ne-Yo, David Oyelowo and Nate Parker will star in the film that is slated to be releas e d Jan. 20. Red Tails is directed by Anthony Hemingway, an African-American whose di recting credits include shows such as Treme and True Blood; and written by John Ridley sitcom writer for The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Martin, and Aaron McGruder -creator of the Boondocks series. Chris Brown To Star In Break Dancing Film Chris Brown will be one of many that will star in Benson Lee di rected film Planet B CHRIS BROWN Boy. Chris Brown, Laz Alonso, Josh Holloway and Caity Lotz will headline Gems' dance film that will be based on director Lee's 2007 documentary, also titled Planet B-Boy. The fictional narrative film will follow an all-star Ameri can b-boy crew training to compete at the Battle of the Year International Championships iri France. Will.lndependence oav' Sequels To Be Familv AHair;J WILL SMITH And FAMILY Who could forget the moment in 1996's Independence Day when the frustrated Captain Stephen Hiller (played by Will Smith),'stranded in the desert with an alien, greeted it with a punch in the face. Independence Day is Will Smith's highest grossing movie domestically (it earned $306.2 million), and estab lished him as box-office draw. Now with talk about two back-to-hack sequels to Inde pendence Day in develop ment, fans of the original film are asking: Is Will Smith going to return? 20th Century Fox is report edly started to craft a deal in 2009 with the bankable Will Smith, who is asking for $25 million to shoot each film It has been fifteen years since director Roland Emmerich and producer and screenwriter Dean Devlin brought the first disaster picture to the big screen, and today, according to New York magazine, both men are putting the final touches on the sequels' scripts. Smith reportedly finds the project appealing. According to insiders Fox is willing to make the movies without Will, if necessary it's complicated because where and how [Smith] wants to shoot; he wants to be close to home, to the kids. There have also been comments from Smith stating he wants to in clude Jada and possibly his daughter Willow in the movie c Diddv Opens Sean John Concept Store z 0 < m 3:: Ill m JJ Diddy was on hand in New York last week to open a new Sean John concept store. The Bad Boy mogul visited the Herald's Square Macy's where he joined Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren at a ribbon cutting ceremony. Sean John has an exclu sive deal with Macys that only allows it to be sold in their stores. DIDDY ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... 'The Color Purple' To Be Released As An E-Book Alice Walker's "The Color: Purple," is being re leased by Open Road Inte grated Media as an e-book. Walker will also. be re leasing other publications, The Temple of My Familiar and Possessing The Secret of Joy", plus a few others The e-book will include in terviews, photographs and personal documents from Walker. ALICE WALKER. 'The Real-Housewives Of Atlanta' Fourth Seas,on-To Debut November 6 Bravo has announced the fourth season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta will premiere Sunday, November 6 at 10PM ET/PT. Despite prior reports that NeNe Leakes was consider ing leaving, The Real House wives of Atlanta's fourth-season cast will return in its entirety for the new season with Leakes and fel low Housewives Kim Zolciak, Sheree Whitfield, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks, and Cynthia Bailey au continuing to star in the series. The Real Housewives of Atlanta's fourth season will include Leakes struggling whether to sign her divorce papers to officially end her 15-year relationship with Gregg and pursuing an entrepreneurial endeavor thanks to a connection she formed by appearing on The Celebrity Apprentice's last season. The season will also feature Zolciak taking care of her three children, including her new baby KJ, and pursu ing a country music career; chronicle Whitfield taking legal action against her exhusband for not paying child The Real Housewives Of Atlanta support; and show Burruss focusing on an intimate lux ury line after spending a year recording and touring for her solo album. In addition, The Real Housewives of Atlanta's up coming season will follow Parks as she attempts to take control of a family-run funeral home in the hopes of becoming a certified morti cian, and Bailey as she works as a model and opens The Bailey Agency School of Fashion to teach young women about the in<:lustry. The Real Housewives of Atlanta is produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Leola Westhrook, and C) m Roy Orecchio serving as ex. ...... ecutive producers. w

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,.... a: w m ::1: w z c en w 1-..J Mike Tvson A Knockout In New Comedv Career MIKE TYSON Businessman extraordinaire Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has taken to the Internet to promote his latest venture, Street King energy shots. In a web video currently going viral (amass ing over 8o,ooo views in less than four days), 50 chooses a somewhat unlikely celebrity to star -Mike Tyson. In the nearly 2 minute video, viewers see a The Hangover-esque plot unfold, in which 50 and boxer Floyd Mayweather are recapped on a forgotten night of wild partying from a very hyper Mike Tyson, who-was secretly, urn, drugged on the energy shot. Though the plot certainly isn't original, the video's gone viral for a clear reason Tyson steals the show as a hilarious leading man Jamarcus Russell: 'The Game Wasn't Fun For Me' JAMARCUS RUSSELL ,. This week's issue of Sports Illustrated contains a profile of former Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell, the top pick of the 2007 draft and arguably the biggest Round 1 bust in NFL history. Yet according to Russell, he was dealing with matters the public was unaware of while masking his issues with former Oakland coach Tom Cable. "I stuck my neck out for him," Russell says of Cable, who parted with the then Russell-less Raiders following the 2010 season. The Raiders let Russell go after acquiring QB Jason Campbell in 2010. In three seasons, Russell won just seven of 25 starts, completed 52.1% of his passes and managed just 18 TD passes (or roughly $2 million per). Wl--------------------------------------------z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J u. o::t ,.... w (.!) 2011 Buccaneer Schedule 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 24-1iW October 9 @ 49ers 3-48 L October 16 Saints 2 6-20 W October 23 Bears 18-24 L October 30 Bye November 6 @ Saints 1 :00 P.M. November 13 Texans 1 :00 P.M. November 20 @ Packers 1 :00 P.M. November 27 @ Titans 1 :00 P.M. December 4 Panthers 1 :00 P.M. December 11 @ Jaguars 1 :00 P.M. December 17 Cowboys 8:00P.M. December 24 @ Panthers 1 :00 P.M. January 1 @ Falcons 1 :00 P.M. lions' Plaver To Meet To Discuss'Penalties NDAMl3KONGSUH Detroit Lions star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been granted a meeting with the NFL to dis cuss the fines and penalties he has received from the league this year. Suh reportedly requested the meeting himself. The 6'4", 307 pound defen-' sive stopper will reportedly ask for more clarity from the league on why he has been fined as frequently as he has this season. He will also attempt to convince league officials why he believes he shouldn't be receiving such penalties at all. NBA Cancels All Games Through November 3D DAVID STERN The NBA will play a short ened season if it plays at all -after labor negotiations broke down for the second time in a week. NBA Commissioner David Stern canceled all November games on Friday, the 120th day of the lockout. "It's not practical, possible or prudent to have a full sea son now," said Stern, who previously canceled the first two weeks of the season. Just a day earlier, Stern had said he would consider it a failure if the two sides didn't reach a deal in the next few days and vowed they would take "one heck of a shot" to get it done. Owners are insistent on a so-so split of revenues, while players last formally proposed they get 52 5 percent, leaving them about $100 million apart annually. Players were guaranteed 57 percent in the previous collective bargaining agreement. Terrell Owens Did Not Anempt Suicide on Oct. 6 Terrell Owens says he "absolutely" did not attempt suicide or overdose on pills earlier this month In a statement, publicist Diana Bianchini says an assistant arrived at Owens' home on Oct. 6 after he had taken a sleeping aid to fall asleep. The assistant did not real ize that, became concerned and called 911. Bianchini says that when police arrived, Owens was respon sive. Bianchini says "reports released with the 911 call (Thursday) are misleading and not factual." In 2006, Owens made headlines for what police initially considered a suicide attempt but later was classi fied as an "accidental over dose" on prescription medi cine. TERRELL OWENS The 37-year-old free-agent wide receiver has been reha bilitating a left knee injury that required surgery. He played 14 games for Cincinnati last season, mak ing 72 receptions with nine touchdowns. He held a workout Tuesday that was watched by two TV networks but no NFL teams. Dr. J Denies Memorabilia Auction Tied To Lawsuit PHILADELPHIA-Julius Erving has denied an upcoming auction of his per sonal basketball memorabil ia collection is tied to a lawsuit filed against him by a Georgia bank. Known on the hardwood as Dr. J, Erving said on Wednesday he' s never been a "hoarder or collector," and plans to donate a portion of the auction proceeds to the Salvation Army. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Erving owes more than $2oo,ooo on a loan with Georgia Primary Bank, according to a lawsuit filed in Fulton Superior Court The lawsuit was reported only hours after SCP Auctions announced that bidding would be open to registered bidders on Friday. Not true, he said. "That irony actually gave me a sleepless night last night," he said. I had to laugh at it and cringe at it that these stories would run concurrent with one anoth er." The 61-year-old Erving said the auction was part of JULIUS ERVING a long-planned celebration of his career. He said most of his cherished possessions were in storage and that he rarely looked at his collec tion. He said he occasionally wore his 1983 ring and never his ABA rings. Erving said, he will keep his Hall of Fame ring. His induction into the Hall of Fame came in 1993. "My family is 100 percent behind it," he said. "We decided to do it a long time ago. To claim it's a firesale or to clear up some debt, I don't think so. You don't do an auction overnight. This has been long planned. We had 4,000 catalogs that have been mailed already to people who buy this kind of stuff.

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Sports Vick, McCov lead Eagles To 34-1 Win Over Cowbovs MICHAEL VICK PHILADELPHIA LeSean McCoy spotted Howard Mudd standing on crutches on the sideline and slowed up to give the 69year-ol d assistant coach a pregame chest bump. No one else could stop McCoy. Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes, McCoy had a career-best 185 yards rushing and two scores and the Philadelphia Eagles rout ed the Dallas Cowboys 34-7 Sunday night. Mudd, the team's offensive-line coach, was on crutches because he had hip surgery during the bye week. The time off helped him and the Eagles (3-4). They dominated right from the start, improved to 13-0 after a bye under coach Andy Reid and snapped a five-game losing streak at Lincoln Financial Field that dated to last season. Flovd Mavweather Found Not Guiltv In las Vegas Harassment Case Floyd Mayweather was found not guilty on misdemeanor charges accusing him of threatening two security guards. LAS VEGAS -A judge has found boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. not guilty Jn misdemeanor charges :tccusing him of threatening two homeowner association security guards outside his .. Las Vegas home. Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Diana Sullivan said Wednesday that she was not convinced the guards feared for their safety in the October 2010 confrontation over parking tickets. The 34-year-old boxer faced up to a year in jail and a $2,ooo fine if the judge found him guilty-of both harassment charges. He was accused of threat ening to summon homies with guns to handle a dis pute after the guards ticket ed several of his vehicles that were parked near his house in violation of association rules. Series Champ Cardinals Recognized At Rams Game ST. LOUIS -Chris :::arpenter, Tony La {ussa and the World Series :hampion Cardinals drew mge cheers Sunday at the -J"FL game between the St. Rams and New )rleans Saints. They might've fired up the tams, too. About a dozen Cardinals howed up at the Edward ones Dome. They got a pro-longed standing ovation when they were introduced early in the first quarter, and waved to the crowd from the end zone. The Cardinals' presence revved up the fans and may have rubbed off on the Rams. Winless this season and two-touchdown underdogs, they beat the NFC South-leading Saints 31-21. World Series Gets Big Ratings Boost from Gamel NEW YORK Game 7 of the World Series between St. Louis and Texas averaged 25-4 million viewers to make it the most-watched ballgame since 2004. It also was the highest rated and most watched Friday night telecast on any network since the 2010 Winter Olympics. -Greg Oden Is Running Following *_ (""_ \ .. .-: GREGODEN The Portland Trail Blazers selected center Greg Oden first overall in the 2007 NBA Draft, ahead of future NBA All-Stars Kevin Durant and AI Horford. It hasn't worked out well for them so far; Oden has missed all or part of three seasons including what would have been his entire 2007 rookie year with persistent knee problems. The most recent setback, Oden's second microfracture knee surgery was announced in November of 2010. Finally, though, there's some very small good news about Oden's health courtesy of Oden's Facebook page.: "In LA right now working out," Oden wrote. "I ran the other day for the first time in awhile Felt good!" It's a long way from running to playing basketball, but it is a noteworthy first step. BEAUTY UNLIMITED HANNAH It's Beauty lJnlimited time, and that means it's also time to take a step back and say yes to your popular demands to see Hannah -again. This young lady is definitely worth more than one look, and she really enjoys being at the center of what's going on. Hannah loves posing for the came ra and modeling, and she is also very intellectual. Hannah is very creative, and has plans for her future that will guarantee she will be seen and heard for a longtime. The man in Hannah's life must be able to hold his own, be handsome, mature understanding, respectful, and a born leader. Congratulations to Hannah as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested iri being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number jjohnson@flsentinel.com. c: m en c z m s: m m ::xJ ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... 'T1 r 0 ::xJ en m z ::! z m r m c: r r gJ z c: m r c;; :X: m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c 'T1 ::xJ c

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Funerals/Memoriams N Rav Williams DR. ALMA "JAN" GREEN BRYANT On October 26, 2011, God called home one of His angels, surrounded by family. Alma Bryant was a long time resident of Tampa. Born in Elberton, GA Alma grew up in Fort Valley GA. She was preceded in death by her husband, William "Bill" Bryant. Dr. Alma Green Bryant, was a member of the English Department at the University of South Florida for thirty-nine years. A graduate of Fort Valley State College in Georgia, where she received the bacheC lor's degree with honors, Coa: lumbia University (M.A.), and LL the University of Florida (Ed. c D.)Alma was a lifelong memz her of Delta Sigma Theta <( Sorority, Inc. and the Links, > Inc. 1977, a position she held for a: seven years. W Dr. Bryant also took a two> year leave of absence to reW turn to her alma mater, Fort C Valley State College, to become chair of its English deCJ) partment. This was one of :J two leaves she took over the m years to serve at Historically ::;) Black Colleges. ll. In 2000-2001 she travelled z to Nashville, Tennessee, to i= serve as executive assistant to W the President of Fisk Univer...J sity. AfterherstayinFortValS ley she returned to USF to m become co-coordinator of the ...J new university Writing Lab, w and shortly thereafter became Z associate chair of the departi= ment, a position she held all in Z all for twelve years. In heW tween tours as associate CJ) chair, she also served as asso<( ciate dean of the College of C Arts and Si'iences at USF. 0::: At the time of her death, she 0 was co-coordinator of the undergraduate rhetoric and composition and technical writing programs. Before taking on those responsibilities, she served in 2004-2006 as interim chair of the department, steering the department through a difficult time of transition with reassuring calm and evenhandedness. For all of her adniinistrative ability and accomplishments, Dr. Bryant was also admired for her accomplishments in the classroom. She taught the first course in technical writing at USF and one of the first graduate classes in rhetoric and composition. She trained generations of student-teachers in composition, many of whom she continued to be in touch with for years after they left the university. She also served on numerous university committees. For two years (1978-Bo) she edited The Florida English <0 Journal. Outside of the uni,.... versity, she was active in sevW eral different professional C!J societies and accrediting assoif ciations and also made nu-merous public appearances all over the west coast of Florida. Among all her accomplishments in the community, she was perhaps proudest of her longtime membership on the board oftrustees of University Community Hospital and the Tarpon Springs Hospital Foundation. Alma is survived by: a devoted nephew, Arthur W. Miller of Tampa; daughter, Norean Yvette Morgan of Augusta, GA; sister, Beverly Green Rohan of Decatur, GA; stepdaughters, Deborah Bryant of Tampa, Kathy Bryant and Brigitte Rogers (Larry) of Maryland; and a host of grandchildren, nieces and nephews; and devoted friend, Anita Peters. Private services will be held at Goodwill Cemetery in Fort Valley, GA. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the Search for the Cure. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. home.com. IN MEMORIAM MAITIEHARRIS It's been 23 years since the Lord led you home and I still find it hard to breath without you. Forever and always my heart, my angel, my beloved mother. Love, your son, Pettie. REMEMBERING OUR PARENTS ON THEIR OERNAl DAY TERESA WILLIAMS WOOD ROE WILLIAMS We, the children, love and miss you terribly. Caretha, Cynthia, Leroy, Lillian, Brenda and Freida, grands and great grandchildren. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, Fl 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 -.wllson-funeralhome.com National Woman Caught Keeping -Crack Pipe In Bible A Fort Pierce woman is facing drug possession charges and at least 10 Hail Mary's after police say they found a crack pipe hid den in her bible Tonya Levette Sutton, 42, was arrested late Sunday on narcotics possession and public consumption after she was spotted walking on a public street with an open container of Colt -45 malt liquor. Sutton was approached by officers and taken into custody. Inside a small bible was a crack cocaine pipe that appeared used and had drug residue, the report said. Teacher Accused Of Dragging, Choking &-Year-Old Student A 6s-year old school Lousiana teacher was arrested this week after reportedly dragging a student across the playground while choking them with a piece of clothing. "She tied my jacket around my neck and she dragged me to the playground to the office," said 6-year-old Kiya Rogers speaking on teacher Mildred Russ. The victim's mother recovered the child's uniform at the police station found with holes and grass stains. According to little Kiya she may have been in trouble for speaking out of turn. MILDRED RUSS Her mother is deeply upset with the school, claiming school officials didn't tell her what happened until days later. 'GOP Is The New Black' Claims Billboards Conservative activist, Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani, who recently said that Democ. rats are the party of the Klu Klux Klan is the prominent image on two of the four ads, which the group hopes will "stir up a storm on the plantation The signs definitely have peo ple talking. One sign in particular that hangs over Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in East Austin is drawing mixed reviews from residents there. It says: Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican But this is a controversial claim that has never been substantiated Austin NAACP president Nelson Linder said that he feels the signs are disrespectful and that Black voters should vote based on whether issues that affect the community, including unemployment and police brutality, are addressed by either party. "Martin Luther King was about civil rights and social justice." "That's not the current Re publican Party. The signs are also up in J:Ious ton, Ohio and South Carolina. These are areas where high con centrations of people of color typically vote democratic. Koran-Burning Pastor Hell-Bent On Blazing Trail To White House The controversy-igniting Florida preacher, who first lit a spark on Facebook when he called for people around the world to set fire to the Islamic holy text, is at it again. The author of a book, with the provocative title of "Islam is of the Devil", Jones hopes to gain funding for his campaign from like-minded individuals, asking them to support us as we continue our stand against radical Islam". But his parish has less than a hundre!} members -and his Facebook page only 1,600 followers, his radical dream could be likely to crash and burn. And for all his radical, con troversial statements, his platform is not all thaf different froin what the Republicans are running Whether that will eventually benefit the pastor and his burning passion, or the GOP, remains to be seen.

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Crime fii Man Arrested For Taking Breast Cancer Donations A 23-year-old man was arrested and charged with two counts of theft. He is being held at the Hillsbor ough County Jail on a $4,000 bond According to police, at about 3:45p.m., on October 23rct, a man entered Jersey's Mike Subs and allegedly took a Breast Cancer Awareness donation jar off of the counter. He then fled the scene, but the store was equipped with video and captured his image. Four da y s later, a man fit ting the same description en-LAWRENCE PINO, JR. ... Charged with theft tered the Tijuana Flats Restaurant on Causeway Blvd., at 9:45 p.m and took another jar off the counter. The jar contained tips for employees, police said. The theft of the breast cancer donations, featuring the suspect, had just aired on television and an employee recognized him. Police said the employee followed the suspect and police arrived and took him into custody. The suspect identified himself as Lawrence Anthony Pino, Jr., and ad mitted that he had. taken the Breast Cancer A wareness do nations jar. He was charged with felony petit theft. Man Accused Of Anempted Rape Of Relative's Girlfriend According to Tampa Po lice, Calvin Gowins, 29, tried to rape a relative s girl friend Wedn esday morning Gowins was charged with attempted sexual battery and is being held under a bail of $250,000. Police said Gowins had been convicted in 2004 for sexual battery and drug pos session, and was released from prison October 1 2011 after serving almost 7years. According to the report Gowins asked a relative if he could spend the night be cause he had lost the key to his place. Early Wednesday after the victim was in bed, CALVIN GOWINS police said she heard what she thought was her boyfriend entering her room Police said Gowins got in bed with the victim and started undressing her. At that point, the victim discovered the person in bed with her was not her boyfriend and tried fighting Gowins, who reportedly grabbed her and pleaded with her to keep quiet. Police said the victim ran downstairs screaming and alerted her boyfriend to what had happened. Gowins al legedly ran downstairs wear ing bo xer shorts. The relative could not hold him until police arrived, but Gowins was arrested in the 200 block of East Ken tucky Avenue later that night 16 NYPD OUicers Indicted In Corruption case Sixteen New York police department officers are being indicted now that they've heen named in a length y corruption case. Unlike other corruption scandals, the 16 officers are not charged with an y crimi-UNClE SANDY nal masterminding instead they're accused of helping friends and famil y get out of tickets. Fool me once 2, 6 11, 14 shame on you 16, 20, 22, 28 fool me twice 30, 33, 35, 40, 45 shame on me 44, 47, 50, 53 Man Who Served.Time z For DUI Manslaughter Arrested Again Early Saturday, Tampa police arrested a man on a DUI charge. That man, Lamon Allen, had .been convicted in 2006 for DUI manslaughter when he killed a motorcyclist while driving under the influence. He was released from prison in March. Allen, 38, was arrested at 29th Street and 33r d Avenue In addition to the DlJI charge Allen was also charged with violating his probation on the DUI manslaughter charge. He is LAMON ALLEN currently being held without bond. Minister Arrested For Sexual Banerv On A Juvenile CLEARWATER The Clearwater Police Department assisted the Delaware State Police with an arrest warrant for sexual battery on a victim under 18. The suspect, James Miller, was arrested at 1625 Fulton Avenue in Clearwater Friday morning. Police said Miller, 42, is an ordained minister from Delaware who moved to Clearwater this y ear. JAMES E. MILLER WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1481 Tampa Park Plaza @ NebraSka Ave. & scan St. I' nr.g 01 s J" jCC s .: .. :,J: s1c .. j ";: tc .. :;:.c: SC'"'': .. Sc1oc cc ... s sc1c ,: ... =REE J : :" :cwL: : .. .1 :; c1.;c c ., r-0 c )> 0 m z :::! z m r-I:D c: r rm :::! z "'D c: I:D r-c;; :t: m c m < m :::rJ < -1 c: m 0 c )> z c ., :::rJ c

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,.. ,.. 0 N a: w m ::: w z I m .. I c i:t u. c z <( c en w ;:) t-w > w c w :::t: en :::i m ;:) D.. z tu ...J ...J ;:) m ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J u. ClO ,.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 08-CA-011222 DIVISION: F RF SECTION I BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS CWALT, INC. ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST 2006-39CB, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2006-39CB., PLAINTIFF vs. FRANK WILLLIAMS ET AL DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 5, 2011, in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Hillsborough, Florida, on November 9. 2011, at 10:00 a.m., at 2nd Floor, Rm. 202/201 of the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 for the following described property: THE WEST 15 FEET OF THE EAST 25 FEET OF LOT 7 AND 8 AND THE WEST 1h OF LOT 7, OF PARK VIEW SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 70, 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 within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. "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 ADA Coordinator, Ms. Nancy Yanez at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number 813-272-6457 two ('2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770." Dated: 6th day of October, 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Is/ FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ Deputy Clerk of the Court BLICATION DEADLINES ll'lll'n"Jil Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00A.M., November 18, 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 Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOII/!ING 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 OF THE 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 Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0805-EL, Marlene Jerome requesting a Variance to distance requirement for community residential homes for property located at 4421 Porpoise Dr., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 11-0809TNC, Shurun Zhao requesting Variances to fence height and setbacks for property located at 4431 Waltham Dr., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 11-0813-USF, Sunrise Landscape Contractors Inc. requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 12043 Riverhills Dr., zoned RSC-6. II Petition VAR 11-0823-TNC, Equity One (FI Portfolio), Inc requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 6703 Memorial Hwy., zoned CG. Petition VAR 11-0824-CW 2010 Avila Associates requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 16534 N. Florida Ave., zoned CN. Petition VAR 11-0842-EGL, Wilfreda Rodriguez & Sara Garcia requesting Variances to setbacks for property located at 7510 N . St. Vincent St., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 11-0855-RV, Big Bend Group Three, LLC requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 13120 S. US Hwy. 301, zoned PO (81-0339A) Petition VAR 11-0B57-CW, Rhonda N. & Clifton B. Johnson requesting a Variance to setbacks for propertY located at 2815 Linthicum Pl., zoned HSC-6. 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