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. Celebr(f/i11g 67 I11 The TallljJtt Bti)J Are(f VOL 67 NO. 23 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Tampa Housing Residents File Suit Against Agencv SEE PAGE 3 Radio Station Investor Group Making Progress SEE PAGE 3 r1en Police Oflicets Son Robbed And FatallY Shot SEE PAGE 3 HO WAR D W. BLAKE CLASS OF 1970 RECOGNIZES VETERANS DURING 40th REUNION Members of the Howard W. Blake Senior High School Class of 1970 celebrated their 40th r eunion October 7-10 2011. T he Embassy Suites Westshore Blvd. was the headquarters for several of the activities. The veterans in that class were recognized by a patriotic tribute presented by Deborah D. Larry who expressed gratitude for their service to this country. The veterans introduced themselves by announcing their rank, name and branch of military served. The vet erans recognized were from left: Silas Fisher James Hardwick, Johnny Arline, Earl Conage Theodore (Teddy) Ricks, Gloria Pilcher Shaw, Ira Cruse, Peter Smith, Jerry Taylor, James Jennings and Jonas Harris.

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E Features i SuspectSoughtln Murder 01 Teen Shot z Helping Friend en w :::> t-JAMARIE LAVON HODGES fatally shot helping friend On Sunday in the 3900 block of East Ellicott Street, a 16-year-old teenager was shot at least twice and later died at a local hospital. Tampa Police said Jamarie Lavon Hodges was shot across the street from his house. According to his family, Jamarie was inside his home with his brother, Jaylen, when he heard LL noises outside. According to Q witnesses, a close friend of :i Jamarie's named Poocho, was involved in a fight, and Q had knocked out. en J amarie and J aylen reportedly ran outside to aid t-Poocho when another perij: son fired several shots from a W handgun, striking J amarie > w twice. Q Tampa Police Homicide detectives have issued a warcn rant for the arrest of Jose Guillermo Torres:;, Melvis, 19, on a charge of Q. first-degree murder. According to arrest retij ports, Torres-Melvis was :I arrested December 25, 2010 on charges of carrying a con...J cealed weapon and being a W felon in possession of a firearm. He was released on z those charges after posting a bail of $9,500 He was also
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.... Police Officer's Son Robbed And Fatallv Shot At Gvros Tampa Police arrested a 23-year-old man in connection with the death of a police offi cer's sori. The shooting oc curred after a robbery. According to police, Hipolito Padilla, III, 25, was standing in the drive through at the Salem Gyro Restaurant, 1611 N. Nebraska Avenue, at approximately 3:45 a.m., Friday. Padilla was talk ing to two young women and occupants of a vehicle when a male suspect approached, snatched his gold jewelry, and shot him before fleeing the scene. Padilla was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where he died from his in juries. Padilla is the son of Hipolito Padilla, Jr., a well known police officer. Officer Padilla is a 20-year veteran with the Tampa Police Depart ment. The Tampa Police Depart ment's Rapid Offender Control Unit (ROC) observed a person matching the suspect's de scription a short distance from the shooting in the 400 block of North Nebraska Avenue hours later. The suspect, identified as Jordan Terrell Hill, was taken into custody as he at tempted to jump a fence near his mother's home around 2 p.m., on Saturday. He was ar rested. During the interview was shown the surveillance footage of the crime. Police said Hill admitted to the rob bery and shooting. Police recovered a handgun used in the murder. Hill is being detained at the Hillsbor ough County Jail, without bond, for first-degree murder, armed robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to jail records, Hill was arrested on January 29th, at the same location where the murder occurred and charged with carrying a concealed firearm and being a HIPOLITO PADILLA, III ... Killed During Robbery Surveillance photograph of shooter (Jordan Hill}, moments after murder. felon in possession of a firearm. He was arrested again on July 12th, and released after serving 21 days. Mrs. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said the in cident happened so quickly Padilla didn't have time to react. It was unclear if the two men knew each other. Padilla's family declined to comment on the murder. Funeral services for Padilla were incomplete as of press time. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Radio Station Investor Group Making Progress In recent months, the Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOEA) has been facilitating a process to identify potential investors in reviving a radio station format to take the place of the WTMP format that, until recently, was broadcast in the Tampa Bay Area market for decades. Last week TOEA's Economic Development Committee, Chaired by Board Member Jetie B. Wilds, Jr. held a meeting with individuals who sent letters of interest in investing in a Lease Man agement Agreement with an Option to Purchase another AM radio station in the Tampa Bay area, said TOBA spokesperson, James Ransom. "We are pleased to see this momentum in response to the community's desire to restore the lost treasure that WTMP represented as a community and business asset," he said. The next step, Ransom said, is for the investment group to execute their financial commitment and form a corporate entity. Once that is done, TOEA recommended that the investmen.t group form a limited partnership with an experienced operator that has a proven record of profitable ad vertising sales in this market. The operator would also be the Managing General Partner and will be responsible for the day to-day operations of the business. The details going forward will be confidential, but the community will be kept informed. The minimum investment for this project is $25,000.00. Anyone interested in investing should send a letter of interest to TOEAEconomic Development Committee, P. 0. Box 3485, Tampa, FL 33601. Tampa Housing Residents File Suit Against THA And Its CEO c z 0 < m s:: OJ m JJ I\) 0 ...... ...... BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Residents of several public housing developments have filed suit against the Tampa Housing Authority and its CEO/President, Jerome Ryans, City of Tampa and Housing and Urban Develop ment (HUD) in the U.S. Dis trict Court for the Middle District of Florida Tampa Divi sion. The case was filed on Fri day, November 4, 2011. Judge Richard Lazzara will hear the case. The civil suit, filed through the Law Office Of Kaydell WrightDouglas, Esquire, states that residents in Central Park Village (currently being redeveloped), Ponce de Leon (now known. as Belmont Heights Estates), College Hill Homes (also known as Belmont Heights Estates) and Riverview Terrace (currently known as The Oaks of Riverview) did not receive their utility allowances as stipulated by HUD. The suit covers a pe riod from 1999 to 2007. Persons listed as plaintiffs are: Annie Bright, Patricia Brown, Brenda L. Catuy, Maryse Codeio, Bernestine Cotton, Doniquisha Donaldson, wanda L. Anderson-Gilchrist, Carol A. Harley, Hannah WilliamsJohnson, Ruby Scott, Mattie Shine and Ruby Williams. This group repre sents a class of 1,892 tenants and their families With the assistance of com munity activist, Michelle JEROME RYANS Williams, the residents filed the suit. She contends that the residents did not receive their utility allowance. She has been working with the plaintiffs since 2009. The plaintiffs are ., asking for $65,000 money rdamages, costs of attorneys' g fees and utility reimbursement. C Ms. Williams says she is )> seeking justice for the resi-(J) dents. "I just ask that the peo-m pie in power do right by the masses those residents in z public housing and that has not been the case with Tampa tD Housing Authority. c: "This is not the first hous-ing authority I've gone against m and it definitely won't be the :::! last. This one is close to my Z heart because it's in my back-yard." tD Lillian Stringer, spokesperson for the Tampa ::::t Housing Authority, said the m agency has not been officially C served or notified about a suit, therefore she could not com-m ment. The plaintiffs are asking for a jury trial. .... c: m (J) c )> z c ., News Alert: The florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 :!! c For loss Wages And Medical Care ... Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495 Toll Free 1-866-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Mlchtllt 8. Inc.

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... i Editorials/Columns fli a: w ID w > 0 z UJ w :: 1-Q a: .. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) 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.()()..6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necesaarlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. One Trillion Dollars In The Black 0 The amount is $1.1 trillion, to be exact. That's the sum of the buying power wielded by African American consumers. 0 We will spend more than 1 trillion dollars, next year, UJ making our gross national product superior to most small nations. 1-However, during these tough times, we need to leveri:i age our buying power to secure jobs, RESPECT, and inW vestments in our communities. Research reveals money spent by us for things like 0 soda pop, video-games, clothing and sneakers, exceeds W dollars spent by the general population in every category. i Accounting for almost 9 cents out of every American dol::::i Iar, Black consumers also spend more on groceries, hous! ing, and women's and girls' clothing than any other o. group. z While many companies spend billions in advertising fii to market to the Black consumer, we should monitor ..I these companies for the return on our dollars by how ..I much is spent with Black media (why WTMP was lost). i Whenever we shop in a local store, we Black folks should ..I investigate how many Black people are hired by the store and the maker of products that we purchase in that store. t= For, if we have indeed crossed over into the "TrillionZ Club," then we must make our $1.1 trillion work for us, instead of for someone else. c Q a: 0 ..I .. our litestvles Mav Shorten Our lite-Span Yes, you heard it correctly. The way many of us Americans are living will have us leaving this earth, sooner than later. The handwriting is on the wall. Take, for instance, national insurance carriers' opposition of a national health insurance program could be based on the fear that a healthier America is a longer-lived and less-insurance paying America. Think about it. America is one of the richest nations in the world. And to prove it, our country spends more on health care than any other country. However, America ranks 42nd among all other countries in terms of lifespan. According to researchers, "A baby born in the United States in 2oo4 will live an average of 77 years of age"( a Black baby born the same year will live approximately 69.8 years of age), five years less than babies born in Japan and several other nations. Many of the reasons for such a disparity are easy to correct. First, researchers blame a lack of health insurance for oo:t America's 45 million Americans. Meanwhile, Canada and w many European countries have had universal health care foryears. Another cause is nearly 33 percent of American adults Irs Moving Time For Florida Democrats F or the past four years Democrats have been re spected about as much as the janitors in the State Capitol. They don't control a single thing in Tallahassee. The Re publicans control the Gover nor's Mansion, the Senate and the House of Representatives. They even hold all the State Cabinet seats. In Tallahassee, the Republicans own a veto proof majority. That means that they can enact any law that they want to and can do it regardless of how Democrats vote. It seems to me that Demo crats ought to be tired of this and are ready to change this picture at least some The elec tions of 2012 are now in process. This means that it's moving time in the Capitol for the Democratic party. They can start by recruiting some good candidates to run for every available Senate seat, every seat and for the Cabinet positions. It all begins with some solid, hard-working, dedicated Democratic candidates. De mocrats, these kinds of candi dates are out there. The Democratic Party has to do a better job of getting their voters out to the polls to vote for all Democrats. In the past, the Democrats have not done a very good job of either of these two things. That is, re cruiting good hard-working, dedicated candidates and turning out voters. The Democrats may not be The Underground Railroad lexicon: Slave Code Words T he phrase," Are the geese ready to fly north? was slave code language for "Is it safe for the fugitives to leave for Canada?" Studying the Un. derground Railroad (UGRR) movement reminds me of a spy movie. The UGRR had its own se cret code language woven into slave spirituals and conversa tions. Slave masters and field bosses had no idea how slaves could plot their escape and es cape routes using code words sprinkled throughout their work songs, spirituals, and conversations. Today, we will take a look at the UGRR lexi con. An "agent" was a person who plotted an escape route for fugitive slaves and the slaves trying to escape were called "baggage." Men who were hired to track down and return fugitive slaves were called "bounty hunters" or "patter rollers." Brakemen" were people who made contact with people escaping from slavery "Conductors" were people who led or who transported people from slavery hidden in wagons hauling hay and produce and in the cargo holds of ships. Ship captains, farm owners, free Blacks and Quak ers and members of other reli gious denominationS served as conductors Taking fugitive slaves from station to station was called "forwarding." The term "free dom-line" referred to the travel route fugitive slaves used to escape from slavery. Homes, barns, secret rooms, underground tunnels, churches or attics where fugi tive slaves were hidden were referred to as "jumping off places." Fugitive slaves hidden under farm produce in a farm wagon were called "load of po tatoes." Remember the Negro spir itual "Go Down Moses?" Shives teferred to Harriett Tubman as "Moses" be cause she made many trips to the South to lead fugitive slaves north to freedom, while the term "pilot" was used to refer to others who guided fugitive slaves to freedom. Slave masters in that song were "Pharaoh," and "Egypt land" was the Southern planta tion. People who encouraged slaves to escape were called able to take over anything. It would still be a victory for them if they can bring the numbers between the two par ties close enough to give them some respect and make their votes count. If this can be achieved in 2012, it will open the doors for them to take control of at least one house in the very next election. There used to be some good electable Demo crats. I refuse to believe that they have all faded from this state. The kind of government we have in Tallahassee today is neither good for the people or the state. The Republicans in complete charge of the govern ment don't have to listen to no one, but each other. The current government structure in the State Capitol makes a mockery out of the two party democratic system. Today, there is no such thing. It is up to Democrats and their supporters to change this. It can be done because it is moving time for Florida Demo-crats. "shepherds." Safe places or houses used to shelter slaves escaping from slavery were called "stations" and the owner or person in charge of a safe house was called "station master." Many Quaker homes served as sta tions for fugitive slaves. The safe homes usually had some symbol such as white stones, symbols on fences, lights in windows or a black statue holding a lit can dle that let fugitive slaves know they would find help there. Canada was referred to as the "Promised Land" or "Gilead while the Under ground Railroad was referred to as the "Gospel Train or "Chariot." While the term "home, or "heaven" to Christians was a place where people could be free, for slaves the terms meant a safe place where everyone could be free. Of course, there were many other code words or phrases used by slaves to convey messages re garding their quest for free dom. Unfortunately, over time, many of these phrases were lost and or forgotten. The cre ativity imd ingenuity of our forefathers used to challenge slavery were, indeed, heroic. Hollywood, instead of making movies about ogres and don keys, you need to create films about Harriet Tubman, the Quakers and other "pilots" and the countless slaves they set free. Now, those are stories worth telling. Harambee! are obese, while nearly 66 percent of Americans are overweight. Poor food choices and inactivity contribute to such factors. In fact, health officials suggest a national focus on reducing tobacco use, controlling blood pressure, reducing cholesterol, and regulating blood sugar. We urge you to begin today to take control of your diet so that you can regain control of your life.

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TALLAHASSEELegisla tion sponsored by Senator Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) designed not only to comply with a U. S. Supreme Court decision banning parole denial for certain offenders under 18, but to give those same children a second shot at redemption unanimously passed the Senate Criminal Justice Committee last week. "The greatest testimony to how critical second chances are, came from a member of the Senate Committee during the hearing on the bill," said Senator Joyner, reflecting on the support of Republican Senator Mike Bennett for the legislation. Senator Calls For Federal Investigation Of State Voting Laws WASHINGTON, D C -U S Senator Bill Nelson has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether new voting laws passed by Florida and more than a dozen other states this year are the result of a coordinated effort to suppress voter turnout among millions of seniors, young peo ple and minorities in next year's presidential election In general, most states out law attempts by anyone aimed directly or indirectly at deter ring any person's right to reg ister to vote. Senator Nelson's request, in a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., asks the feds "to determine whether or not there was broad-based motiva tion to suppress the vote and, if so, whether any laws were violated. Senator Nelson also ha s asked a Senate panel to con duct a congressional investiga tion of the voting law changes. He's awa iting an answer from th e panel Chairman, Senator Richard Durbin. .. );> .;,..' We'll help you stay in control of your money. Even when life doesn't stay still. "T1 r 0 :!:! c )> en m z ::! z m r tD c:: r r m ::! z "C c:: tD !: (/) :I: m c m ::c -< -f c:: m en c )> z c "T1 :!:! c

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f>irthda,ys cO a: w Ill :E w > 0 z <( c en w ::::> I-c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::> I-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i Ill ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> Ill ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL Happy Binhdav RODNEY ROCK And RODNEY Happy birthday. I love my, Baby!! I would like to wish my husband a happy birthday Happy Birthday POKEY POKEY And NICOLE Happy birthday wishes go out to Mr. Harrell. I am happy to tell you that on your day nothing could mean more than a love that keeps on growing. Nothing could mean more to me than the love I've found with you So, no matter where you are or what you are doing, life with you is worth waiting on. Love, Ladii Harrell. District Plans Meetings On New Boundaries For Converted Magnet Schools Hillsborough County Public Schools will hold community meetings to present plans for revising the former attendance boundaries for three converted schools November 8, 9, and 10. The attendance boundaries are being changed for students who live within the former boundaries of each school that were eliminated when they were reorganized this y e ar. Franklin Middle School was converted from a school with attendance boundaries to a district-wide magnet school this school year. Walker and Roland Park boundaries are being expanded and only students who live within newly defined boundaries who are accepted through Hillsborough Choic e may attend The meetings will be held at 7 p m. in the school cafet e ri a s, as follows : Tuesday, November 8 Roland Park IB K-8 Mag net School, 1510 N. Manhattan Ave.; Wednesday, November 9 Walker IB Middle Magnet School, 8282 N Mobley Rd Odessa; and Thursday, No vember 10 Boys Preparatory Academy at Franklin Middle Magnet School 3915 E. 21st Ave. Stud e nts who live within the former attendance boundaries for the three schools applied to attend the former school, made another school choice or were assigned by the district to another school for this school year. Students in the old boundaries who are not cur rently enrolled in a school to which they applied through Hillsborough Choice will be as signed to other nearby schools for next school year under the new boundary plans. Happy 25th MS. ROSY From: Lil Brian, Alyssa, Pat, Yonnie, Hon and Champ. Happy Birthday BIGZVIA Happy birthday, Big Zyia. We ll love you forever and always: Rosetta, Lil Zyia and big girl, Z'niya. Airman Completes Basic Training Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Randall T. Reginald recentl y completed basic military training. The graduation cere mony was held at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Randall is the son of Cedric Spencer, of Tampa, and a 2002 graduate of Chamberlain High School. Following graduation from high school, Airman Randall earned an associate degree in 2008 from Hillsborough Com munity College.

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Birthda,ys FYI rn 1 Happy Birthday Happy Birthday Nominate Your Favorite NISA, ROSY, KANDICE, TERRI And LISA Happy birthday. From, Kandy and Baby B. "Flexing" Happy 35th Birthday ALVIN And CYNT Happy 35th birthday. Love, your family. DIAMOND, D-11 AND D-Ill IRS OHicial Admits Problems Dealing With Tampa Tax Fraud Lawmakers addressing a masmore than s8o,ooo taxpayers sive tax fraud scheme that could were affected by identity theft this be costing the country billions year, according to data released at pressed the Internal Revenue the hearing by the Treasury In Service to do more to prioritize spector General for Tax Adminis help for victims and prevent tration, which has oversight over fraudulent returns from getting the IRS. through the tax system. In the Tampa Bay area, a task "The best way to protect the vic-force involving the Tampa Police tim is prevent the fraud in the first Department, the U.S. Postal In place," said U.S. Rep. Todd Platts, spection Service, the Secret Serv chairman of the subcommittee ice and other agencies have been holding the hearing in Washingtrying to tackle the problem ton on Friday Postal officials flagged $100 milThe crime in which individuals lion in refunds from suspected file electronic tax returns using fraudulent returns over a six other people's identities to get month period this year, and esti large refunds has exploded over mates could put the crime at $1 the past year. Through August, billion or more in the Tampa area. $ BOSS LADY AND HER BOSS MAN $ Happy Birthday Q'NYAAndQUAN CYNT And D-DIZZUM Mom and Bro. Love you Child's Name: Parents: Grandparents: Achievement: (Choose) Gospel Artist m Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Gospel 00 Music Awards, "Celebrating Ex-cellence in Gospel Music." g The event is the GSH 13th An-...... nual Gospel Music Awards, which will be held in January at the Mt. Pilgrim M. B. Church, St. Petersburg. To nominate your favorite artist, go to www.GSHGospel musicawards.com. For additional information, contact Gloria Hines, (813) 988-1371. Interested In Being A legislative Page State Representative Betty Reed has 2 spots available for students interested in serving as a Legislative Page (ages 12-14) or Messenger (ages 15-18). 0 Pages and Messengers come :II to the Capitol and work one C week during the 6o-day Regular Session. m Any student interested, please visit the Florida House z website at www.myflorida-m rhouse.gov and complete the ap -m plication by November 14, 2011. c If there are other questions, please contact Rep. Reed's of-m fice at (813) 241-8024. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS "tJ c m c (/) :I: m c m < m :II -< c m (/) c l> z c "T1 :II c Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Citizenship, Perfect Attendance, Student Of The Month, Other Hobbies: Church: Daytime Phone: (Not For Publication) (i: : > : ::::;::

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Local a:i a: w aJ :::!!: w > 0 z Robert Fisher oav At Tver Temple OM Church > ;:5 Tyer Temple United en Methodist Church held Robert w Fisher Day on Sunday, October 1-c a: LL c z < 0 en w 1-23, 2011, recognizing over 35 years of service. Mr. Fisher was unable to attend the service and his wife, Dr. Margaret Fisher accepted the plaque in his honor. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Left to right recognizing Robert Fisher, Rev. Geraldine Christopher, pastor; Layman Tyrone Brown, Dr. Margaret Fisher, Jacqueline Jones, Mistress of Ceremonies; Elder Michelle B. Patty, and Jacqueline Wilds. Charmettes who attended the service to w support Mr. Fisher: Dee Williams, Dr. Fisher, [i'j Jacqueline Wilds and Ruby French. Queen Andrews Ct. #38 was represented by Sheryl West, Elise Belton, Dr. Fisher and Eunice Butts. c w :::1: en ::::i aJ a:. z i= w ...J ...J aJ West Tampa Activist Wants Funds Poured Into Old West Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer West Tampa resident and activist, Dwight Bolden, said the split of West Tampa was done on purpose. "There's West Tampa and there's Old West Tampa," said Bolden. "When you drive into West Tampa, you can clearly see the dividing line." Bolden said he'd like to see a group firmly commit to seeing Old West Tampa return to the days of prosperity it enjoyed until the late 1970s. "When you mention Old West Tampa, you're talking about the area between North Boulevard and Armenia, and Columbus Drive and I-4. "It hurts me to see the area I grew up in struggling and looking blighted." Bolden said he was happy to hear that there is a possibility of funds coming into Old West Tampa, but he wants to make sure the funds are used on quality of life is sues, instead of infrastructure and aesthetics. MICHAEL RANDOLPH "I don't want to see what happened in East Tampa happen in Old West Tampa, because the areas are differ ent, and we don't have as many residents. I want to see some historic landmarks pre served, and I want to see something done to the oldest public housing complex in the city." West Tampa CDC Man ager, Michael Randolph, said he has met with Mayor Bob Buckhorn and City of Tampa Urban Development Manager, Jeanette Fenton. "I was told that funds are coming to West Tampa and we do have a West Tampa Re vitalization Plan. "I believe that the funding for what we'd like to see happen in Old West Tampa will come from HUD and other federal and state organiza tions." Both Bolden and Randolph agree that it will take intervention by all of West Tampa, including the Carver City /Lincoln Gardens com munity, to get Old West Tampa on its feet again. COLLEGE HILL COGIC -'} (6414 North 30th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 /813) Saturday, December 3rd @ 7:00pm Featurin_g: College Hill Teenage Choir, Chifdren's Choir & Choir #1 I & The College Hill Mass Choir

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-t Pink Sundav Tea For Breast Cancer Awareness Month New Salem M. B. Church held Pink Sunday Tea on the sth Sun day (October 30, 2011) in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Members of New Salem, James and Cleo Billups, attended the service. Cancer Survivors: Wynie Best, Julie Kratz and Jackee Brown. Deacon Clayton Anderson, Janice Fleming and Rev. Norman Pearson. New Salem members, Mother Beulah Brown and Cassandra Lewis. Trial Updates Judge Asked To Drop Briberv Charges In Corruption Trial On Friday the prosecution rested in the corruption trial offor mer County Commissioner Kevin White. White's attorney, Grady Irvin, Jr., asked the judge to dis miss all charges against White, but the judge declined. Attorney Irvin a l so requested that the judge dismiss the four bribery charges filed against White by prosecutors. White and George Hondrellis, 45, were arrested in June and charged with conspiracy to commit bribery; bribery; conspir acy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to law enforcement. The case is expected to go to the jury on Wednesday. Brown Murder Trial Jury Chosen On Friday, a jury panel was seated in the first-degree murder trial of Vincent Brown. Brown is accused of killing his ex-girl friend, Jennifer Johnson, who was the mother of his daughter Ms. Johnson's body was found in a vacant home in Lakeland four days after she was reported missing. The state is seeking the death penalty if Brown is convicted. Members of the committee that planned the Breast Cancer Survivors Tea were: Stephanie Harvey, Veroniya Winkfield, Dr. Henry J. Lyons, Servant/Teacher; Tracy Melendez, Clarice Pearson, Chairperson; and Deborah Martin. 3011 E. North Bay Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 (813) 238-4339 Wednesday, November 9, 2011 7 :00p. m Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church Plant City, Florida Rev. Henry Simmons, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Helen Lewis Thursday, November 10, 2011 7 :00p.m. First Institutional Missionary Baptist Church Lakeland, Florida Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Sa leah Black Sunday, November 13, 2011 8:30a.m. Hour of Power Sermon: Minister Joshua Johnson 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: Rev. Reginal T. Webb, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Beverly Branton 3:00 p .m. Afternoon Worship First Baptist Church of West Tampa Tampa, Florida Rev. Rayford Harper, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Deandra Grier "Winning Souls for Christ, One Sinner at a Time" Sisterhood, 2011 Program Coordinators c z 0 < m s: m m JJ 1\) 0 ..... .... "T1 r-0 JJ c ::t> en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "tJ c: m r-u; :::t m c m < m JJ -< -f c: m en c ::t> z c "T1 JJ c

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.,... Sixth Annual Technolouv Job Fair And small Business I Bowl Held At HCC Expo Draws Large crowd z c CJ) w ::::) .... From left to right, Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors, Inc., is shown with First Place winners Coach Keith Lockley; team member Alicia Bishop; Julie Smith, ofVerizon; team member Jorlin Howard; Rod Carter, Morning Actor at WFLA News ChannelS; team member Ayele Gibson; Ms. Aminta Voyce, formerly of AM Radio Station WI'MP, team member Martin Brouillard; Tom Banta, of Numara Software, Bill Goede, of Bank of America; and Joyce Cotton, ofWEDU. c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ii: On Saturday October 22nd, the Computer MenZ tors Group hosted its An<( nual Sixth Annual Technology Bowl. The C Brandon Campus of Hillsf3 borough Community College served as the host >a: once again. w This year, the first [i place trophy winners C were members of the w team representing the T. Pepin Hospitality Centre. ::::l Members of the winning !8 team included: Alicia D. Bishop, Ayele Gibson, Z J or lin Howard, and Martin Brouillard. ...1 Keith Lockley was their S coach. m Each of the students irl were presented a new z j:: z w U) Toshiba brand laptop computer fully equipped with all of the latest technology. The youngsters are also participants in the Thursday night group for the Computer Mentors Group Youth Program. The team representing Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union won second place this year. The prizes for second place were Toshiba Netbook computers. The team representing Tampa T-Shirts, who captured third place, won Kindle e-readers. This year, Rod Carter, Morning Anchor WFLA News Channel 8; Ms. Aminta Voyce, formerly of WTMP Radio; and Bill Goede, of Bank of Amer ica, Tampa Market President were among the celebrity moderators who were on hand to make the event a success. Others included Bob McCann, Vice President of The Nielsen Company; Ms. Julie Smith, Verizan Vice President External Affairs; and Tom Banta, Numara Software Vice President of Global Operations. The event is sponsored by the Hobbs Family Foundation, who purchased the prizes for the event. Teams competing in the event represented Hillsborough Community Col lege, Interface Network Systems, Numara Soft ware, Tampa T-Shirts, T. Pepin Hospitality Centre, and the winner of the event, and Verizon. FREE Women's Business .... u. Development Seminar The Tampa Bay Chapter and how to do business ofthe National Coalition of with Hillsborough County's 100 Black Women Inc. minority/women program. (NCwoBW) will host a free According to, the U. S. Women's Small Business Census Bureau, women Development Seminar, Satmake up 28.6 percent of urday, November 12, 9 a. small business owners in m. -1 p. m., at the UniverHillsborough County and sity Area Community De-the Tampa Bay Chapter of velopment Center, 14013 NC10oBW wants to in-N. 22nd Street Tampa, crease the number of Florida 33613. women-owned businesses Tampa Bay Chapter of by providing support to NCwoBW has partnered women who are interested with several organizations in starting a small busi-to bring topics of discusness. sion such as, planning your Women interested in atbusiness, funding in tending can register at, 0 .,... today's economy, market-https:/ jncloobwtam-w ing in the 21st century, why pabay.registertoattend.co The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women is an ad vocacy organization that advocates on behalf of women of color through national and local action and strategic alliances that promote its national and international agendas on leadership development and on gender equity in health, education and eco nomic empowerment. For more information on the Women's Small Busi ness Development Semi nar, visit the website at www.nc1oobwtampabay.or g and follow us on Face book. account for your business m or call: 1-8ss-8oo-o68o. Rozenia Laster, Legislative Assistant Dewayne Mallory, State Rep. Betty Reed and Laronne Benjamin were very proud of the job fair and expo. On Thursday, October 27th, Florida House Representative Betty Reed hosted a Job Fair and Small Business Expo. The event took place at the Ragan Park Community Cen ter.or Reagan Park Commu nity Center. (Photographs by Toby Scott). Evening School Administrator Eniovs Impacting lives BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ms. Shirley Robbins said since the age of 7 she knew her desire was to help people, especially helping students to learn and excel. Ms. Robbins is the Evening Administrator at Tampa Bay VocationalTechnical School. A native of Tampa and 1961 graduate of Middleton High School, Ms. Robbins said one of her instructors at Middleton, Mr. Henry Green, had the greatest impact on her life. "After graduating from high school, I attended Bethune-Cookman Univer sity and later returned to Tampa. Although my studies were in the field of educa tion, I had a strong desire to be a child psychologist." Ms. Robbins is an only child, and the first in her family to attend college. She grew up in the Ybor City and Belmont Heights communi ties, and said growing up in different areas taught her to appreciate the different cul tures. "I was multi-cultured, and that worked to a great advan tage and gave me a great ap preciation for others. "I started my career in ed ucation as an instructor at Potter Elementary. Later I went to Monroe Middle School so they could fulfill their racial quota during the desegregation period." Ms. Robbins later wound up at Turkey creek and then overseas for three years, where she attained her Master's Degree in Educa tion. She also was a substi-SlllRLEY ROBBINS tute teacher in a military school. "When I returned to Tampa, I went to East Bay High School as a Human Re lations Specialist. After 2 years, I went to Webb Middle School and from there to Eisenhower school. "My first job as an admin istrator came at Leto High School. I was there for 10 years. After a few more stops, I was promoted to the posi tion of Principal of Adult and Community Schools. I did:t hat for 7 years, then came to Tampa Bay VoTech." Ms. Robbins said the three years she's spent at Tampa Bay Vo-Tech has been a very rewarding expe rience. "After working with adults for so long, it just seemed the perfect fit for me. I've worked with both students and adults. You want to.give both the same attention and instruction, and encourage them to build up their self worth. "As long as my health holds p, I'll continue to be a part of the lives of students and adults."

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Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -It's a good time to ask for money. How's that marketing campaign going? Express the value. Get very clear about it. Do it all for love. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Let go of a presupposi tion, and abandon yourself to romance. What if you had no idea how it was going to be? Embrace the mystery. Discover harmony. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Love is in the air (and not only in a romantic way). Bring passion and creativity to your work, and to your play. What you have to say is important. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -A new collaboration with a family member is possible, even if it requires some time to work things out. Set up a long-term plan. Words come easily now. Write a love letter. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Your finances are on the upswing. If you play the game and choose your next moves well, you could also move ahead in love through open and clear com munication. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-There's passion in the air today. It could be an artistic awakening, calling you to create. Or it might be a more personal connection. Words come easily. Indulge. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-Don't hold back. You have no trouble getting the message across. Express your deepest feelings. Leave your money in the bank. You won't need it any way. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Be careful what you wish for. Others want to do what you ask. Now's a good time to consult with your partner. Someone's sharing kindness. Spread it around. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Stop putting it off, and get what you need for your home! You've been making do, and it's time to break down and get it. Direct action is called for. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Send support to someone on the front lines today. Even simple words of encouragement go a long way. Whatever the battle, let them know you're on their side. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Listen to your core values ... There could be a big change at home. The money will come for what you need. Let your community know, and put it in action. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You may not like to admit it, but you are probably avoiding responsibility somewhere. Check what your true commitments are. Prioritize those. Reschedule the rest. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Steffy's forced to face the consequences of her actions; Hope discovers she has a new ally and romantic suitor; Thorne and Taylor discuss the obstacles they ll face if they pursue a relationship together. Amber deliv ers an unexpected proposition to Rick; Liam is torn concerning matters of love; Steffy begins to feel insecure in her marriage. Hope shocks Brooke with news of her new suitor and the kiss that they shared; Liam makes a stunning admission; Steffy con tinues to justify her actions to Liam; Steffy encourages her brother to make sure that Hope gets over Liam. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Maggie and Victor's wedding is threatened by a blizzard; Daniel gets the results of his DNA test; Jack and Jennifer are trapped in a cabin ; Nicole and EJ make love; Madison and Brady are snowed in at the Titan offices. Nicole makes her feelings toward EJ clear; Madison and Brady share an awkward morning; Maggie and Daniel attempt to deal with his shocking news as she and Victor are married. Mar lena's attempt to hypnotize John just confuses them more ; Jack gets a surprise from Abigail; Chad is not completely honest with Abigail regarding his Web site; Will pushes Gabi away. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jason receives Franco 's wedding gift; Kate and Carly go for each other's jugulars; Lucky visits the church and feels a presence. Steven discovers Olivia bought something important; Sonny and Kate slow dance; Dante and Lulu return home. Robin catches Patrick coming home. late from the hospital; Johnny helps Kate; Sonny visits Olivia. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Natalie and Jessica's relationship goes from bad to worse; Tomas pumps Todd for his thoughts on Victor's murder. Clint's deeply disappointed that he can't walk Natalie down the aisle; Tea shares important news with Todd. Todd is armed with a gun as he watches Blair and Tomas kiss; someone starts a fire at The Sun; Clint and Viki are about to kiss. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Adam's new job angers Victoria; Myrna's true identity is revealed. Phyllis is dismayed by Avery's plans; Angelina's singing creates problems for Kevin and Devon. Daniel is angered by family secrets; Phyllis deals with her arrest. Fictures From The r ast Clarence Fort shows off his newest piece of equipment to enhance his business, "Fort's First Class Video." The Florida Sentinel "Around The Town Photographer" caught D. J. Flash, a locai disc jockey, spinning records at a social event. The American Legion Post #167 had a unit celebration in Tampa. Some of the guest included Della Branch, Gail Rushing, Lizzie Tillman, Shirley Dunn, Eunice Butts and Ottie Davis. co 1\) 0 ... ... ., ::D c Ribbon cutting ceremonies at the Faith House attracted many local officials and community activists. Some of those in attendance were: Dr. Elliot Egan; former C) Councilman, Perry Harvey; Atty. Ricky Williams, Rev. Michael Lewis, Mrs. Ruby m ... Lindsey, James Hammond, Joanna Tokley and Dr. Tollefson. ...

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N cti a: w m ::!: w > 0 z c en w :::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c en w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :::i m :::> a. z j::: w ...J ...J :::> m ...J w z j::: z w en a: 0 ...J LL Walker Familv And Friends Cruise The Walker Family and Friends cruised for 7 days from the Port of Miami to Nassau, Bahamas, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos. Those who cruised were: Willie and Lillie Walker, Evelyn W. Daniels, Duane Jones, Rosalind Jones, Reniya Jones, Christopher Jones, Shauna Jones, Renia Curinton, Ajaniree Tolbert Curinton, Cyresea Curinton, Dontiavea Clark, Jodie Foster (Duluth, GA), Nathaniel Johnson, Louvinia Jones Johnson (Baltimore, MD), Mark and Gloria Alexander, Vevelyn Bennett, Justice DeJesus, Harold Mootoo, Davetta Turner, Barbara Turner, Dion Harding. Laurien Lonesome, Wanda Lonesome, Joyce Davis, Margarette McDowell, Brandon Lee, Antonio Lonesome, Justine Hayes, Margory Worrels, Tarsha Burton, Annette Taylor, Tenecia Taylor, Lenitia Berry, Jadra DeCosta, Jaharra DeCosta, Desarai DeCosta, Ebony DeCosta, Darren DeCosta, Wanda DeCosta, Marilyn Horton, J aylene Ulanga Navarro, Anthony Argo. Miarita Webb, Dorothy and Willie Godwin, Charles Hamm, Jessica Hamm, Jonathan Hamm, C\1 T"" Melissa Hamm (Atlanta, GA), Mayora Cooks, Tracey Wilson, Nancy Vincent (Atlanta), Akevia Vincent McRoy, Margaret Prince, Jeddie Wright, Euralee Kelly, Sean Porter, Shakeira Willis, Justin Porter (Newark, NJ) Jean Tim, Willie Williams, Viola White, Bernice Williams and Lashaye Wiildgate. School Board Member candv Olson Wins Prestigious National Award CANDY OLSON School Board Member Candy Olson received the 2011 Richard R. Green Award, the nation's highest honor for urban education leadership, at the Council of the Great City Schools' 55th Annual Fall Conference in Boston. Ms. Olson's daughter, Katherine and her hus band Chris Broad, and her brother, Jim Sullivan and his wife, Regina, waited out of sight until the winner was announced. After her name was called, the family members approached her, adding to her surprise and excitement. The Green Award is named in honor of the first African-American chancellor of the New York City school system; who also headed Minneapolis Public Schools in the 1980s Month IV FellowshiP Dr. Reba Haley, an or dained minister and exten sively trained counselor, hosts a free fellowship the first Friday of each month to help empower women who have encountered obstacles during domestic violence re lationships The fellowship for Novem ber will be held Friday No vember 11, 2011, 6-7:30 p. m at Covenant Famil y Church, 6329 US Highwa y 301, Riverview. The guest speaker will b e Attorney Nerizza Miyamoto. For additional informa tion contact Dr. Haley at (813) 685-6242 or email re bahaley@aol.com. You can also visit the website at www.rebahaley .com.

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Jav-z And Kanve's 'Ni***** In Paris' Number One On Billboard Chart Kanye and Jigga finally have their first #1 off of their Watc h The Throne album. Accord in g to Billboard 's The Juice, Jay-Z and Weezy's "Ni"**** In Paris" landed at the top of Bill board 's R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, knocking off Lil Wayne and Drake's She Will" for the position. KANYEWEST AndJAY-Z Chuck D Files $100M Class-Action Suit Against Universal Music Public Enemy's Chuck D has filed a class-action law suit against Universal Music Group in U.S. District Court, alleging that the label didn't fully pay its artists and pro ducers in licensin g deals for digital downloads and ring tones The suit claims UMG owes its artists "hundreds of mil lions of dollars in royalties because of the discrepancies. According to the suit, Uni versal's artists and producers are entitled to so% of the net receipts from digital down loads and ringtones. Problem is UMG has CHUCK D And FLA VA FLA V treated digital sales lik e sales of physical product and billed their artists for deductions lik e CD packaging, which ar e n't part of the cost in digi tal downloads. Policesav Game Is Not A Suspect In RoseMo Murder GAME And ROSEMO The hip-hop world i s buzzing with theories over who may have murdered a man who allegedly assaulted Compton, California rapper Game, but investigators say h e is not a suspect. Jomo Adoula Zambia aka "RoseMo," was shot and killed in Inglewood on Wedn es day (November 3). H e crashed his car into an unmarked police cruiser and eventua lly died in a nearby hospital. RoseMo was killed just two months after he posted videos of himself bragging about knocking out Game during a confrontation at the Fox Hills Mall, as the rapp e r was s hopping with his son. RoseMo's murder i s th e seco nd high-profile death in volving a rapper in Ingl ewood, in th e past severa l months. In May Montae "MBone" Talbert of the group Cali Swag District was gunned down in Inglewood. lil Kim Opens New North Carolina Hair Salon LILKIM Lil Kim along with her business partner and cousin, Katrise Jones have an nounced the launch of their new Se Swa Location within bustling Charlotte, North Car olina. The Queen Bee, who pre viously opened a salon with Jones in 2010 with Meagan Good, was not on site for the Halloween grand opening, but a packed out crowd still visited the new location. Salon Se Swa also has other salons located in Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Rocky Mount, North Car olina. ShawtvRedd Cleared Of Murder Charge SHAWIYREDD Music producer Shawty Redd has been found not guilty of a murder charge that stemmed from his 2010 New Year s Day arrest. Redd, whose real name is Demetrius Lee Stewart, was accused of shooting 35year-old Damon A. Martin of Detroit during an arg ument at Stewart's home in Hamp ton, about 30 miles southeast of Atlanta. Henry County District Attorney Tommy Floyd says Redd was cleared of the murder charge Thursday after judge Wade Crumbley de termined that the producer ac t e d in se l f-defense. Redd became known for producing tracks for Rick Ross, Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane. His break through came when he pro d uc ed Snoop Dogg's 2007 sing l e "Sexua l Seduction." Kanve West Yells At The Lighting Technician For Not Using 'All Of The Lights' Recently while performing at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. for the Watch The Throne tour, Kanye West stopped the show multiple times to spazz out on the lighting director. During his performance of "All Of The Lights," he had to restart the song three times until all ofthe lights were on. 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:: orts It's The Wilson And Moment NBA owners oner Show At 'Cats Homecoming Plavers 51% Revenues w BY TED TAYLOR z Bethune-Cookman used the legs of quarterback en Jackie Wilson and runw :> ning back Johnathan Mo-l-ment to make homecoming an enjoyable one for the Wildcats. The two scored five touchdowns between them to stage a 49-23 victory against the Morgan State Bears in front of 9,649. B-CU finished with 290 yards rushing and no fum bles. Wilson went 10 of 15 for 186 yards. B-CU is at home again on Saturday to entertain Savan nah State for Senior Day. It is another important Mid Eastern Athletic Conference game as the Wildcats are in a four way tie for second place, with conference leader Norfolk State having one loss. Ranier Seniors Step Up On Their Dav BY TED TAYLOR On Senior Day in Bragg Stadium on Saturday evening, seniors Kevin Elliot and Trevor Scott played key roles in the 26-20 0 victory by Florida A & M ff over the North Carolina A & C T Aggies. In front of 16,415, :i Elliott caught two touchdown passes and Scott 0 kicked four field goals, a caen w :> I-ii: w > w c w ::t: en ::::i r:c :> ll. z ti ...J ...J :> r:c ED EmployFiorida.com 1-866-FLA-2345 reer-high. F AMU travels to Durham, North Carolina, for a Satur day afternoon encounter against North Carolina Cen tral. It is a critical Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference battle as the Rattlers are in a four-way tie for second place with Bethune-Cookman, South Carolina State and Morgan State in the conference race. NBA players have until Wednesday to accept Com missioner David Stern's offer, though the response al ready seems obvious. "Right now, we've been given the ultimatum, and our answer is that's not accept able to us," union president Derek Fisher said. But the next proposal promises to be worse, surely moving players and owners even further apart and threatening to destroy the season. Early Sunday morning, the league said it offered players up to 51 percent of basketball-related income-a figure the union insists is fic tion. Regardless, it will drop to 47 percent Wednesday if players don't accept the current offer by the league-im posed deadline. No agreement by the deadline likely will trigger more calls to disband the union and take on the league in court, a battle that would take months. Caddie causes Stir With Raciallnterence To Tiger Woods Former caddie of Tiger Woods, Steve Williams of New Zealand smiles on the 18th hole during the third round of the HSHC Champions golf tournament in Shanghai, China Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. SHANGHAI -Tiger Woods' former caddie caused another sensation, this time by using a racial slur to disparage his old boss durihg a caddies award roast in Shanghai. Steve Williams received a mock award Friday night for "Celebration of the Year" for his TV interview after Adam Scott won the Bridgestone Invitational. That was the day Williams said it was "the best win of his life," despite being on the bag with Woods for 13 majors. At an awards party filled with banter, Williams said of his interview, "It was my aim to shove it right up that black a-----." That line drew the biggest reaction at a party attended by several players, caddies, officials and some media. There was a mixture of laughter and shock, with some players turning to each other with eyes widened and jaws agape. The provision of the party is that all comments are off the record, yet several caddies couldn't stop talking about it long after it was over Approached early the next morning at breakfast, Williams was stunned to learn that British tabloids had gone with the story. "Why would they do that?" he said. "The whole thing was meant to be fun." Hours later, Williams posted a comment on his website. "I apologize for comments I made last night at the Annual Caddy Awards dinner in Shanghai," it said. "Players and caddies look forward to this evening all year, and the spirit is al ways joking and fun. I now realize how my comments could be construed as racist. However, I assure. you that was not my intent. I sincerely apologize to Tiger and anyone else I've offended." W oo
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. oeraldMccovwiiiMiss Beautv Unlimited Remainder 01 Season Tampa Ba y Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will be forced to sit out the remainder of the s e a son with a torn biceps. McCoy injured his right arm during this weekend s loss to the New Orleans Saints. The 23y ear-old also ended his 2010 season early due to a biceps injury in the opposite arm. Through si x games this season McCoy had regis tered one sack and 11 tackles o v erall. The former Okla homa University standout GERALD MCCOY tallied three sacks and 28 tackles in 13 games last sea son. McCoy was drafted third overall b y the Buccaneers in the 2010 NFL draft. Former Champ Joe Frazier Has Cancer PHILADELPHIA -For mer he avyw eight champion Joe Frazier ha s liver can c er and is under hospice care. The 6 7 -year-old boxer w a s diagnosed four or five weeks ago, Frazier's personal and business manager said Sat urday. The boxer had been in out and out of the hospital since October and receiving hos pice treatment the last week. JOE FRAZIER Arrest warrant Issues For WR Terrell Owens SAN FRANCISCO Au thorities have issued an ar rest warrant for former NFL star Terrell Owens after he failed to show up last month for a court date re garding child support pay ments. Owens' spokeswoman said Saturday the free-agent wide receiver tried to reschedule his Oct. 24 h ea r ing in Contra Costa Coun ty Court bec a use he had set up a televis e d workout in the hope s of sec uring a new con tract. No t e ams attended the workout. Owens said he was look ing for a new attorney and wa s representing himself while trying to change the TERRELL OWENS court dat e She said h i s n ew attorne ys will d eal with the warrant is s ued thi s week. Owens i s s e ekin g to modify his child s upport payments becaus e the y were bas e d on the a ppro x imat e l y $12 million a year he was making in 2007 when he played for the Dallas Cow boys XI OMARA Returning by popular demand is this week's beauty Unlimited feature, Xiomara. This young lady's unique name gets her a lot of attention, but this 19-year-old Sagittarian is not shy, and enjoys all the attention. Xiomara enjoys listening to Beyonce and Chris Brown, and her hobbies are stepping, dancing, modeling, and reciting poetry. In the future, Xiomara wants to return to medical school. Her philosophy of life is: "You are who you hang with; I've been on the bottom and that's why I grind so hard to stay on top." By demanding another look at Xiomara, she will stay on top. Xiomara said the man in her life must be tall; dark, clean cut, and handsome. Congratulations to Xiomara as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please e-mail your information and photos to lcrews@tlsentinel.com. KenvanWins Marathon GEOFFREY MUTAI Shaq Adds Fuel To Kobe Feud In uncut' Book Shaquille O'Neal is one of the most gregarious ath letes in all of sports. Media members, team mates and other NBA players have all raved about what great a guy Shaq is. He's funny, charming, clever and just about everyone loves him. Everyone except Kobe Bryant. SHAQUILLE O'NEAL ble anymore, and even hugged at an All Star game and shared an MVP together. This month Shaq is re leasing a book ( Shaq Uncut: m s: m m ::D co 1\) 0 ..... ..... "11 r-0 ::D en m z z m r-aJ c: rrm z ""0 c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "11 ::D c NEW YORK--At Sunday's N e w York City Marathon Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai detonat e d the men's course record by ove r two-and-a h a lf minutes in 2 hours 5 minutes, 6 seconds -with the second and third plac e finishers also under the course record and Ethiopian Firehiwot Dado won the wom e n's race in a s wift 2:23:15 the sixth fa s test time e v e r in the five boroughs. It's be e n that kind of y e a r Their public feud has been legendary. They won three Championships together and formed one of the best one two punches the NBA has ever seen. They also detested one another and that mutual hatred eventually led to the Lakers collapse. Once Shaq left Los Ange les the two seemed to squash their beef. Th e y said the right things, didn't publicly squabMy Story ) and it appears the feud is back on. Reported by Deadspin.com, Shaq once again blasts Kobe, basically C) calling him a spoiled whiny m brat. ..... 01

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c a: u. c z a: w > w c w :::1: CJ) ::; CQ ::) a. z j::: w ..J ..J ::) CQ MRS. ADDIE 'YVETIE' MOBLEY BOWERS On November 2nd, 2011, the Father above told His daughter, Addie "Yvette" Mobley Bowers, job well done. It is now time to rest. Our mother was born October 11, 1961, a God-fearing woman who was strong, kind and loving. A free spirit who enjoyed making her clients all look beautiful and feel brand ,new as their personal stylist. For more than 15 years she serviced many whom are now considered our family. Our mother leaves a host of family and friends to celebrate her life. A loving and devoted mother, Beatrice Mims Mobley, Tampa; daughters, Jessika E Williams and husband, Lawrence Williams, Tampa, BeaTrice Bowers, Tampa, and Juliee Bowers, Tampa; adored grandsons, Addison Kayden Williams and expected grandson, Maison Allen Yves Williams; siblings, Cheryl McCray, Tampa, Yvonne Mobley, Tampa, Alayne "Dewey" Mobley and wife, Carolyn, Tampa, Beverly Mobley, Tampa, and Felton Mobley and wife, Felecia, GA; as well as a host of loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and very close friends. The celebration of our Mother's life will be held on Friday, November 11, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Thonotosassa Seventh-day Adventist Church, ..J 9525 Joe Ebert Rd., ThonotoW sassa, FL 33592, with Pastor Z A. Paul, officiating. i= We ask that if you are able Z to attend her celebration w CJ) please refrain from weclring
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Crime ffi en School District To Pursue 1-Box Thiel Detective savs orop' onenders Lawsuit Against Ex-Bookkeeper caught On Finding New wav To Commit Fraud DIANNE PARKER Former Bookkeeper at Erwin Technical Center BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, a foriner Hillsbor ough County School District bookkeeper pleaded guilty in the theft of more than one-half million dollars over a three year period. Although the criminal portion of the case is over, the attorney representing the school district plans to pur sue the civil lawsuit. In a highly unusual move, at torneys representing the School District filed the civil lawsuit before police arrested Dianne Parker. Ms. Parker, 57 was the book keeper at Erwin Technical Center for 29 yea rs. The School District contends that she intentionall y failed to deposit school funds and in stead used the funds for her p e rsonal us e Ms. Parker, who is unem plo ye d was ordered to pay $300,000 in restitution in $200 per month installments. She was also ordered to serve 20 years of probation and was sentenced to 2 years of house arrest. She must also under counseling for a gambling problem. Attorney Thomas Gonzalez, legal counsel for the Hills borough County School District said they plan to pur sue the lawsuit for the differ ence of what she was ordered to pay by the courts. "We weren't able to even take her deposition because she in voked her sth amendment rights," Attorney Gonzalez said. He further said that he plans to file the lawsuit in an attempt to obtain the $282,659 that the court did not order her to repay The scheme was uncovered in June 2009 after auditors using new software discovered irregularities as they at tempted to reconcile the non sufficient funds account. Two Arrested In Vacant Home Scam Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Hillsborough County Sherdetectives arrested two men allegedly tied to a real es tate scam. Chris.McDonald, 47, and Demetrius Lewis, 37, were charged with organized scheme to defraud. Authorities said McDonald and Lewis used an adverse Florida law, adverse posses sion, that allowed them and others to snatch up dozens of empty houses move people in and collect rent without the property owners knowledge or permission Adverse possession allows someone to take possession of abandoned property if they live on it and pay taxes on it for seven years. Police Standon Ends Peacelullv WILUE CONNER On Thursday when Tampa Police tried to arrest a man in a drug case, he reportedly tried to use his vehicle to run over offi cers. Willie Conner, 26, crashed his vehicle into a fence and an other vehicle before getting out of his car, taking a child from the back seat and fleeing, police said. When officers went to his home in the 3800 block of Arlington Avenue they reportedly saw Conner get out of a vehicle with a 2-year-old child and run into the house. Conner refused to respond when police tried making con tact with him, but the s tandoff ended peacefully after 90 min utes. Conner faces three counts of aggravated assault on a law en forcement officer and charges of aggravated fleeing to elude, child abuse and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage, as well as drug posses sion charges. Surveillance This is a surveillance photo of a man suspected of stealing an Xbox Game System. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that on Novem ber 3rd at 4 :53a. m., a man used a small piece of concrete and smashed the glass door on t he north side of the Sears Depart ment Store at University Square Mall. Once inside the store, dep uties said the suspect went to the electronics section, broke the case and took 30 to 35 games. He also allegedly took a new Xbox 360 gaming system. The suspect left the store and fled in an unknown direction. A surveillance camera captured the suspect inside the store and he is described as a Black male 5'10" tall and weighing 180 pounds. Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call (813) 247-8200, or Crime stoppers at 1-800-873-8477-Rape Suspect. Arrested JOHN ANDREWS ST. PETERSBURG St. Pe tersburg Police have arrested a suspect in the rape of a 19-year-Police arrested John Charles Ross Andrews, 27, on a charge of sexual battery early Monda y morning. According to reports detec tives will investigate whether Andrews is connected with the September 20th sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl on a path that goes under an Interstate 274 overpass. Investigators released sur veillance video taken outside a Walmart which they said shows the image of the man who al legedly raped the 19-year-old. She told detectives she had left the Walmart when she was at tacked. Police said the suspect rode up on a bicycle, grabbed the woman and dragged her into s ome bushes The victim was able to identify Andrews from a surveillance video llJ m J:J 1\) 0 ...... ...... This vehicle was one of many seized by authorities as part of Operation Rainmaker. The operation also netted almost 50 arrests. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Tampa Police Detective, Sal Augeri, was assigned to a spe cial task force in March as part of an investigation into reported tax fraud cases. Known on the streets as "The Drop," Augeri said the whole thing started in the prison sys tem. A convict thought of a scheme to defraud the govern ment and how to get others in volved. A few years ago there were only a few girls doing it, but technology made it so easy with online tax filing services. It became widespread over the past 2 years. This y ear it was re ally outrageous." Det. Augeri said when you look at things from an overview Tampa has been a hot bed for fraud. Tampa leads the country in staged accidents. The tax fraud stuff started in low income, Black communities, most within the North Boulevard Homes Public I:Iousing Com plex. The businesses got involved as a source for cashing the checks and most of the busi nesses are owned b y people from the Middle East. Det. Augeri said a lot of the perpetrators are buying houses or renting apartments outside of the inner city but they return to their old neighborhoods to do their business transactions The funny thing about this is if the y had maintained a low profile most of them would be set for life. But all of them started spending mone y on ex travagant things drawing a lot of attention to themselves and that's when we got involved along with at least 3 federal agencies. Det. Augeri said some of the guys involved in the scam are collecting 10 to 20 cards a day, with a face value of $10,000 to $20,000-a-card. I don t think arrests alone will stop this. The cases will have to be filed federally I also think people are addicted to the tax fraud schemes because the money comes so easy and there's plenty of it. "The Internal Revenue Serv-ice is trying to address the prob lem, but Congressional man dates are involved as well as the customer service angle for peo ple to get their returns quickly." Det. Augeri said there were some jurisdiction problems ini tially, but when you're looking at the theft of the funds, that's federal and the IRS doesn't have the manpower to get it done quickly. "With the two other federal agencies, the Postal Service and Secret Service, getting involved, things are starting to pick up The roundup we did in Sep tember was the result of an extensive investigation. Now, the IRS is addressing the problem and beginning to be more sible to local law enforcement Privac y laws prevent federal agencies from sharing informa tion with each other or local law ., r-0 :!:! c )> en m z :::t z m r;llJ c: r rm :::t enforcement agencies." z Det. Augeri said he's sure. "tt more arrests are coming l;le-C: cause there are new internet banking sites being set up and en treasury checks are being de-posited into those accounts. c What happened with the m names is they would go on An-cestry.com to get social security J:J numbers of dead people. Later, _:; they got the numbers of people c: living in assisted living facilities, rn and guys were selling the num-c hers in exchange for motor !( scooters. The North Boulevard )>. Homes Complex area is where a Z lot of that was going on. C The people I've arrested are :B up around $1 million in fraud. c They can't make deals, because !( they reall y don t have anything to offer. Det. Augeri said it appears the arrests have slowed because there are other things going on that members of the task force have to get involved in. "We have the Occupy Tampa thing going on, and the Repub lican National Convention is coming to town. That spreads our resources a little thin. The investigations are pro gressing but more manpower would make things move a lot faster. Det. Augeri said ae tectives have noticed a lot of the drug dealers have stopped sell ing drugs, and opted to commit tax fraud. UNCLE SANDY SAYS .... When things get 1, 5, 9, 11 out of hand 14, 19, 20,25 just remember that you 27, 30, 39 have another hand 44, 48, 50, 55 C) m ...... ......

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,.... ,.... c N aj a: w m :iE w z > 1 .. cs c a: LL c z <( c en w .... fi: w > w c w en :::::i m ll. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J LL QO ,.... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-23656 D. SUCARICHI, as Trustee of Trust Number 8419 dated December 31, 1981, Plaintiff, vs. MELISSA HIGHSMITH, CAPTIAL ONE BANK, and ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND/OR AGAINST THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS DEVISEE(S), GRANTEE(S) OR OTHERWISE Defendant(s). SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to a order resetting sale in Fqreclosure dated October 25 2011 in the above-styled cause, I will seil to the highest and best bidder for cash on the front steps of the building located at the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILDING ROOM 201/202, located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET in TAMPA, Florida at 10:00 A.M. on the 1st day of the December. 2011 the following described property : LOTS 32 AND 33 OF BLOCK 13 OF MANOR HILLS SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE 17 OF THE PUBLIC PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this .aN day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK BLICATION DEADLINES .......... .,., .. Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY IFB-10001CG HEAVY & PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE BUILDING RENOVATIONS The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting bids for the purchase of Heavy & Preventative Maintenance Building Renovations The BID documents will be available for download from HART's website at www goHART .org after 11:00 AM, on Friday August 4, 2011. The documents will be located under the Business Opportunities section. -All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or any questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Damaris Cordova, Contracts Specialist, Hillsborough Transit Authority 1201 E. 7th Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605, (813) 384-6420 or e-mail at cordovad@gohart.org IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-001606 HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ; AS TRUSTEE FOR NOMURA ASSET ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-AF2 Plaintiff, vs. RAJESH BAHL, ET AL., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the order resetting of Foreclosure entered in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County, Florida the property described as: LOT 3 BLOCK 37 OF HERITAGE ISLES PHASE 3B, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 90, PAGE 10, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, on November 28. 2011 at 2:00 P.M. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 Room 201/202 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 (TWO) WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this 28th day of October. 2011. PAT F RANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK Circle Me New Company Looking For Assistant Manager Customer Seryice And 18 -25 Customer Service Representatives Call (727) 546-1180 Talent Service For Rappers Singers Musicians & Percussionist Starting Sunday 10:00 A.M. @ The Magic Mall On Florida Avenue Sponsored By City Barber Shop Call Neckbz Muzak Company (813) 850-3333 neckbzmuzak@yahoo.com II FOR RENT II Townhouse USF Area 2 Bedroom/1% Bath CHA, WDH $750.00/Monthly 1 Or 2 Bedroom Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 Condo Pond View Near Hillsborough And Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included (813) 390-4169 USF Area 13050 North 20th Street Spacious 2 Story 2 Bedroom Townhome Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685.00 Call 813-22Q-3633 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT

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Request for Proposals Lease Offering for Real Property Downtown Tampa Community Redevelopment Area The City of Tampa and the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Tampa, (collectively the "Ci ty ) hereby give notic e pursuant to Part Ill, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, of their request for submission of proposals from qualified and experienced applicants for the acquisition (long-term lease) and redevelopment of that certain property commonly referred to as the Classic Federal Courthouse as a hotel. The Building is a Local Historic Landmark and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places The Building is located at 611 N Florida Avenue in the Tampa Central Business District. The City s intent in the lease of the Bui lding is to encourage the redevelopment of the Building as a hotel to help preserve and activate this historic structure and to help stimulate the redevelopment of the Downtown Tampa CRA. Therefore responsive proposals will demonstrate, (1) successful experience in the preservation and adaptive re-use of historic structures, {2) successful experience in developing hotels, and (3) satisfactory financial re!erences. Proposals shall address planning, design, financing construction and project implementation All proposals shall be submitted no later than 4:00 P.M., December, 8 2011, to the City of Tampa Purchasing Department 306 E Jackson Street, 2E, Tampa, Florida 33602 (Note: Section 163 380 of the Florida Statutes requires proposals to be submitted within 30 days after the date of this public notice). For additional information including a copy of the Request for Proposals applicable to the project contact Bob McDonaugh, Economic Development Administrator at 813-27 4-8245 ***PUBLIC NOTICE*** 2011 Senior Public Housing Waiting List Opening Pie* read the following ln(Qrmation csrefu iiV The Clealwiner Housing Authority wiU be accepting applications from families with low or very lOw lnoome for the Senior Public Housing Program. Application s will be accepted by U S MAIL ONLY and will NOT be accepted In person. Applications must be mailed to: Clearwatef Housing Authority Public Housing WaHlng Ust P.O Box960 Clearwater FL 33757 ,., applcallons must be podnllrbd by Noytmbtr 11.2011 An'Jappllcationa poslmatlced after this dele will be discatded. Applications will be available for one day QHLX on Nov!mbtr 14. 2011 at www.clttmt!rbou!fna!uth.orq OR for pick-up only from 10:00 All fo 4:00 P11 at the following 1ocat1ona: Homeless Emergency Project : 1120 N. Betty Lane, Clearwater, FL 33755 Clearwater Main Library: 100 N Osceola Avenue Clearwater, FL 33755 Clearwater East Utmw : 2251 Drew Street, Clearwater, FL 33765 Only families with ALL household members wtlose ages are fifty (50) or over may apply All eligible applications will be selected for placement o n the Public Housing Waiting List by random lottery Only the applicants selected by random lottery wtll be notified via u s Mail within n i nety (90) days of the deadline date. Applications that are Incomplete, ineligible, duplicated feceived after the deadline date or not selected by the random lottery will be discarded and no further notification will be provided. If you are disabled and require a reasonable accoomodation to obtain an application, you may catr(727)461-5777, Ext. 204 and request that for one to be mailed to you. All applications must 81111 be postmarked by Noytmbtr 1g. 2011. fir II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 08-19087 HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST SERIES ACE 2005-HE7, Plaintiff, vs: DONNA M. PRINCE, ET AL., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 17, 2011 entered in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, the property described as: Unit No. 7603, Building No. 1200, of THE GREENS OF TOWN N COUNTRY a condominium -according to The Declaration of Condominium as recorded in Official Records Book 4381 Page 1167, all attachments and amendments thereto and according to the condominium plat as recorded in Condominium Plat Book 7 Page 1 Public Records as stated in said Declaration of condominium to be appurtenant to the above condominium unit. will be sold at a public sale t o the h ighest and best bidder for cash on December 2. 2011 at 10:00 A.M. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 Rooms 201/ 202 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN (2) TWO WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this 25th day of October. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ ALEXIS De La ROSA As Deputy Clerk FOR RENT II Homes Townhouse USF Area 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Bedroom/1 % Batt) WDH, Fenced CHA WDH Townhouse $750.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 % Bath 1 Or 2 Bedroom Section 8 Welcome Section 8 OK Bert (813) 969-3970 Call (813) 968-1168 Wesley Chapel Arthur Drive Fletcher Mill Townhome Spacious 3/2 Charming 2 Bedroom Mobile Home Pool CHA, WDH Owner Pays WSG $950.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted $500.00/Deposit Available Section 8 OK Must See Call (813) 968-1168 (813) 96()-8490 Sulphur Springs .Area Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Central H/A Fenced $900.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 Grant Park Section 8 Only Large 5 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced Yard, Burglar Bars $1 ,400.00/Monthly Call Louis (813) 379-1000 Carver Cit)' 4110 LaSalle Street 3/2 -1 200 Sq Ft $1 050 00/Monthly $600 00/Depos i t Section 8 Ok 1 0 Years Young (813) 787-5736 Heights Area Brand New 4 /2-120 Sq Ft Only $1000 Excluded Ut i lities Available 12/1 Call Erick (813) 376-8787 Move In Special 1 Month FREE!!! 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Houses Throughout Hillsborough County As Low As $600.00/Monthly (813) 44D-6440 3/2 House For Rent Fenced Backyard Central HeaVAir Washer/Dryer Hook -Up No Pets. Section 8 Welcome $1, 150 00/Monthly Plus Deposit (813) 684-6561 West Tampa Section 8 Accepted 1 01 0 Arch Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, WDH $1,000.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Cell (813) 684-3539 SUPPOATTHE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ., r-0 :a en m z :::! z m r-aJ c r-_ . r-m :::! z "0 c m r-c;; :I: m c m < m -f c m en c ,.. z c ., :a i5

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c a: LL c z < c en w 1-w > w c w J: en :::i m Q. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL 0 N w CJ II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Case No.: 11-DR -18237 DIVISION: R-P ALPHONSO M. BROWN Petitioner and BELINDA D. BROWN Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE BY POSTING TO: BELINDA D. BROWN Last Known Address/Last Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been f iled against you and tha t you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Alphonso M. Brown, whose address is 3001 16th Avenue South. St. Petersburg. FL 33712, o n or before November 14. 2011, and file the original with Clerk of this Court at BOO E. Twiggs Street Room 101, Tampa Florida or P.O. Box 3450 Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, before serv ice on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petit ion. Copies of all court documents in this case including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court s office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address (You may file Notice of Current Address Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to t he address on record at the clerk s office WARNING: Rule 12.285 Flor i da F amily Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information Failure to comply can result in sanctions including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated : October 7. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY: SHERIKA VIRGIL DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT II Sect ion 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home, Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Steel Appliances ..... ,., (813) 758-2289 East Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block CHA WDH, Fenced Yard $795.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 244-8698 "The V o ice of Our Conununity Speaking for Itse(f"" 1{f Sen1:1ne.l Bulletin. 1'\MtmH."."/'\':III I"')Iti/M( (813) 248-1921 Move In Specials! No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASES.Com 813-221-4457 Home For Rent 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Deposit Negot i able Sect ion 8 Wel come Call (863) 214-1191 Progress Village Area 6 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Remodeled Tiled, New Roof Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 373-5237 Jackson Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House Fenced Yard $ 550 00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit $25 .00 Application Fee Call (813) 482-2234 Progress Village 3 Bedrooms / 1 Bath Fenced WDH, CHA Carpo r t Utility Room Only $750. 00 Monthly Plus Depos i t Call (813) 451-9624 For Rent 2908 North 17th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home Central Air/Heat WDH $775 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 386-8044 West Tampa Section 8 Accepted 1 01 0 Arch Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, WDH $1 000.00/Monthly $500 00/Depos i t Call (813) 684-3539 Near Casino Great Neighborhood 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CB, CHA Totally Remodeled Washer/Dryer Hook-Up $775/Monthly Plus Deposit (813) 601-3101 North Tampa And Apartment For Rent Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Angie's Apartments 1 2 & 3 Bedroom $500.00/Monthly $250.00/Deposit Apartments Call (813) 417-9592 WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath 813-915-9787 $55o : oq/Mot'!thl / $500.00/Deposit 1010 East 22nd Avenue WDH, A/C 2/1 Apartment New Tile/Carpet All New Floors Call (813) 298-2499 Wind QWS And Doors $6 00.00/Monthly Apartment $300.00/Deposit 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Includes Hot Water Must Show Proof Washer/Dryer Hook-up Of Income $800.00/Monthly Central Heat And Air (813) 417-1233 Section 8 Welcome First Month Free Call (813) 849-3265 $50.00 Move In Busch Gardens Excellent Rental History & USF Areas Required Bad Credit Is OK! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath No Problem!! Upstai r s Apartment Free Application With Deck -NO DEPOSIT! 3625 Potter Street #B Gated Courtyard 1 Sedroom/1 Bath And Additional Lighted Tile Floors Parking Central Air Ceiling Fans In Rear Of 3623 Potter $525.00/Monthly $ 585.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!! (813) 238-6353 Call 813-244 -4551

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