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Title: La gaceta
Uniform Title: Gaceta (Tampa, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: Spanish
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 2006
Frequency: weekly[jan. 15, 1954-]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1922-jan. 9, 1954]
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Subjects / Keywords: Cubans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Italian Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ybor City (Tampa, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Ybor City
United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.9564 x -82.4344 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In Spanish, 1922-1954; in Spanish and English, 1954; in Spanish, English, and Italian, 1954-<1995>.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
General Note: Director: Victoriano Manteiga, <1922>.
General Note: Description based on: Año 1, num. 119 (oct. 6 de 1922).
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nc YL B S\ rs' 0S a ,' that they did not see the people war, we must abandon political
sI 3Z 611I-700 they wanted to vote for on the correctness, identify clearly who
05GN1% L ballot. Some voters are so out the enemy is, and destroy them
G of touch with the process that at their source ...
they don't know their party The problemwithMr. Flanagan
registration or lack of it and is that in abandoning "political
their geographic location lim- correctness" he's also violating the
its their choices. constitution that piece of paper
by that separates us from the dicta-
Republican candidate for U.S. torships, monarchies, theocracies
Congress district 13 Mark Flana- and the terrorist.
Republican leadership at work. source that a handful of people gan wants racial profiling against How would Flanagan profile
The number of uninsured Ameri- have gone through the effort of Muslims as part of our homeland Muslims? Would he search those
cans went from 41.2 million in early voting going to the poll security and has made it a corner- carrying the Koran, men with
2001 to 46.6 million in 2005 ac- site, showing ID, signing the stone of his campaign. In doing so, beards, women with scarves cover-
cording to Census Bureau's newly register, getting the ballot style he makes prejudice and hatred a ing their heads, or would he make
released findings. ID card and walking away core value that he offers to the them sew a crescent moon and
**** from the voting machine without voting pubic.
We have a report from a good casting a vote. They verbalize He said, "If we are to win this (Continued on page 14)

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AO 84-NUMERO 35 :VIERNES, 1 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2006 PRECIO: 50 CENTAVOS

H PPY LABOR DA La Gaceta Endoreentfor
ASeptember 5:
Endosa Para las
Elecciones Primarias del 5
de Septiembre a:
For Democrats/Partido Demcrata:
U.S. House District 11
Cmara de Representantes de los Estados
Unidos Distrito #11
Al Fox and Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr.
Governor/Gobernador
Jim Davis
Attorney General/Fiscal General
Walter "Skip" Campbell, Jr.
State Senate District 18/Senador Estatal, Distrito 18:
Arthenia Joyner
State House District 59
Cmara de Represntantes Estatal Distrito 59
Betty Reed
County Commission District 3
Comisionado del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 3
i Kevin White
The above picture is of a cigar worker rally during a labor strike in 1899 in County Commission District 4
Ybor City. Thanks to the Ybor City State Museum Society, we present an Comisionado del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 4
excellent article outlining the labor strikes of Ybor through the t9th and Lisa Rodriguez
2th centuries. The article, titled, "Ybor City's Labor Strikes," begins in For Republicans/Partido Republicano:
our special Seetion B on page 1. U.S. Senate/Senado de los Estados Unidos
Katherine Harris
Reflexiones Pre-Electorales de un Demcrata U.S. House District 9
Cmara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos, Distrito 9
Editorial Leonardo Len panos. A nivel de Gobernacio- de elegir a miembros de estas Gus s Michael Bilira Dsis
Muchos polticos de carrera nes slo el estado de New Mxico minorias. Gus Michael beirands
catalogan la temporada pre- tiene un. gobernador hispano. Naturalmente si la Demo- Governor Gobernador
electoral y el da de elecciones Y todo esto ocurre mientras cracia se entiende como el ejer- Charlie Crist
como el eptome de la democra- -tue los ltimos reportes del cicio de la representacin de la Chief Financial Officer/Director Ejecutivo de Finanzas
cia y libertad de expresin. Sin Censo nacional indican que voluntad. de todos, entonces el Tom Lee
embargo, cuando se analiza la los hispanos hemos superado sistema actual no est funcio- State Senate District 10/Senador Estatal, Distrito-10
composicin tnica de nuestros la barrera de los 44 millones. nando. Ray Young
cuerpos legislativos locales, es- Cabe destacar que uno de los 3 Justamente ahora que es- State Senate District 16/Senador Estatal, Distrito 16
tatales y nacionales en general, Senadores hispanos en el Con- tamos en la antesala de las Kimberly "Kim" Berfield
pareciera que a los hispanos greso fue elegido por el estado Elecciones Primarias en las County Commission District 1
no nos gusta ni la Democracia de la Florida. que "partidarios polticos" se Comisionado del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 1
ni la libre expresin. La razn El panorama, desde el punto apualan en pblico, el tema Rose Ferlita
es simple, aunque estadsti- de vista matemtico y hablando hispano ha brillado por su
camente ya superamos los 44 de justa representacin, no es ausenciay cuando ha aparecido For All Voters/Para todos los Votantes:
millones de hispanos en el pas, ni justo ni democrtico en el es tangencial y presentado de School Board District 2
polticamente todava somos sentido ms etimolgico del manera peyorativa. Junta Escolar del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 2
insignificantes y especialmente trmino. Este es el caso de un aviso Candy Olson
en en la Baha de Tampa. Muchas son las explicacio- televisivo de Gallagher con-d ic
En nuestro Condado de Hills- nes para esta ausencia repre- tra Crist -- aspirantes -a la School Board District 4
borough por ejemplo slo tene- sentativa,, entre ellas la falta de gobernacin de la Florida por Junta Escolar del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 4
mos un Representante Estatal candidatos hispanos, la divisin el Partido Republicano-- en el Hunter Gambrel
hispano y en todo el estado de de los distritos polticos o feu- que lo acusa de querer ayudar School Board District 6
la Florida slo tenemos tres dos electorales ms conocidos a los inmigrantes y apoyar una Junta Escolar del Condado de Hillsborough, Distrito 6
Representantes Estatales y dos como Gerrymanders, en los posible amnista. April Griffin
Senadores en Tallahassee. que los caciques de los partidos Tristemente este el comienzo Circuit Judge Group 25/Juez de Circuito, Grupo 25
Y se quiere ir a nivel nacional Democrata y Republicano se y el fin del debate de nuestros Robert Foster
tenemos 27 US. Representantes reparten a puerta cerrada las temas hispanos localmente. Circuit Judge Group 32/Juez de Circuito, Grupo 32
Estatales y 3 Senadores his- preseas polticas. Esto ocurre Molesta saber que a pesar de Caroline J. Tesche and Bernard Silver
en todo el pas y no ha habido que el inmigrante hispano o de Circuit Judge Group 43/Juez de Circuito, Grupo 43
poder o legislacin eficaz que cualquier otro origen incluso, Kimberly Fernandez
acabe con esta controversial est ya aqu trabajando y pa- Circuit Judge Group 44/Juez de Circuito, Grupo 44
practica. gando sus impuestos, se le trate Jesse V. Dominguez
Paradjicamente, gracias como un subproducto humano
a estos Gerrymanders, cier- que no hace parte de esta gran Circuit Judge Group 45/Juez de Circuito, Grupo 45
tas minoras, especialmente nacin. Los polticos olvidan Ashley Brooke Moody
los afroamericanos, y en un que es slo cuestin de tiempo Must bring photo ID
muy segindsimo lugar los Deben traer identificacin con foto
6 2 5 99 00 0 01 9 hispanos, hemos sido capaces (pasa a la pgina 2)









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CUBA
Tras pasar por Hait, la-tormenta tropical Ernesto gol-
pe el lunes por la maana el oriente de Cuba. El impacto
se produce precisamente cuatro semanas despus de que el
presidente Fidel Castro delegara el gobierno en su hermano
Ral, hasta entonces ministro de Defensa. Ernesto "toc
tierra" por Playa Colorada, explic Jos Rubiera, el experto
ms destacado en huracanes de la isla en un reporte espe-
cial del Instituto de Meteorologa. La localidad se ubica entre
las provincias de Santiago y Guantnamo..La tormenta se
degrad tras haber sido un huracn y debido a su paso por I
las montaas haitianas, Por lo que sus vientos perdieron
fuerza, aunque su carga de lluvias se mantuvo: la provincia
de Guantnamo report 84 milmetros de agua desde las
cuatro de la madrugada hasta las ocho. En Haiti el fenmeno
dej al menos un muerto.
COSTA RICA
Un peruano buscado por narcotrfico y un estadouni-
dense acusado de fraude que esperan ser extraditados desde
Costa Rica debern cumplir dos meses de prisin preventiva
en el pas, inform la oficina de prensa del Poder Judicial. El
primer caso es el de un peruano de 44 aos identificado como
Jorge Ernesto Velarde Silva, requerido por las autoridades
australianas por el trasiego de casi 90 kilos de cocana entre
Colombia y esa nacin. Velarde haba ingresado por primera El barco de guerra alemn, Graf Spee hundido en la costas de Uruguay, frente a
vez a Costa Rica en 1999. Registraba varias salidas del pas Montevideo el 17 de diciembre de 1939, fue hallado recientemente y es el centro
y, segn las autoridades, en sus cuentas bancarias locales de una discusin internacional que debate la posibilidad de rematar sus restos.
circulaba gran cantidad de dinero en dlares. El sujeto fue Compaas americanas e internacionales hanmanifestado su inters de comprar
detenido el 25 de agosto en su vivienda, ubicada en Playa Negra e spor a merianas e c l han manifet ado su i ters de c p
detendo st de augos 3n s0u vilenao, u cad ose Pla yata la el hundido navo hasta por 15 millones de dlares. El valor histrico de esta nave
en la costa del Pacfico. reside en que es la primera presea de los aliados de la II Guerra Mundial en su
VENEZUELA batalla por el control de los ocanos. La historia cuenta que la Flotilla inglesa del
La Alcalda Metropolitana de Caracas decret la expro- Atlntico persigui al acorazado que entonces era unajoya tecnolgica, acorraln-
piacin de los campos de golf que funcionan en la capital, dolo. En una batalla clebre en la que murieron ms de n13 marineros alemanes,
declar un funcionario de esa dependencia. El procurador el capitn del Graf Spee decidi hundir el barco antes de dejarlo en manos de los
metropolitano, Juan Manuel Vadell, dijo a la AP que desde aliados. Grupos neonazis e incluso el gobierno alemn han mostrado inters en los
el pasado 24 de agosto entr en vigencia un decreto de la restos de este navo que contina dando dolores de cabeza al gobierno uruguayo.
alcalda capitalina que ordena la "adquisicin forzada" de los
campos del Caracas Country Club y la-Asociacin Civil Valle
Arriba Golf Club. Vadell precis que tambin "yafue firmado" Reflexiones Pre-Electorales de un Dem ocrata
el decreto de "adquisicin forzada" de los campos de golf deloizacin
Lagunita Country Club, y que slo e est a la espera de la (viene de la pgina 1) dadero servidores pblicos, y civilizacin, hoy pienso que la
publicacin de la medida en la Gaceta Metropolitana para que antes de que los indocumenta no arrogantes figuras, investi- tecnoclogia y la voluntad real
sea efectiva. El procurador explic que el procedimiento planea dos se conviertan en residentes das con una autoridad de la que no virtual- de cada uno de
la publicacin en los "prximos das" de una convocatoria para y luego ciudadanos. se apropian frecuentemente, nosotros puede cambiar el fu-
los propietarios de los campos, quienes tendrn "30 das para Naturalmente las deficien- turo. iEntonces podramos ver
comparecer" ante la Alcalda Metropolitana. cias en el tratamiento del tema As como la filosofia y la uto- el poder de esos 44 millones de
BOIVA hispano pueden ser transfe- pia de la Democracia formaron, hispanos, que por el momento
BOLIVIAridas a otros temas d nes los dos ltimos siglos de nuestra no veo dnde estn!
El Ministerio Pblico revel que el boliviano Ramiro Mi- vida que les competen a todos
ln, detenido recientemente como sospchoso en los asesinatos por igual sin importar status, Asist a Protesta H isp
de dos turistas austriacos y uno espaol, habra pertenecido raza, o clase socio-econmica. ana
a las filas de la banda terrorista peruana Sendero Luminoso. Es por esta razn que de debe La organizacin de Inmigrantes Unidos por la Libertad (IUF)
La fiscal Nildy Aguado dijo a la prensa que investigaciones repensar el quehacer poltico de ha convocado a una marcha de protesta hispana por la apata
de la polica indican que el boliviano recibi instruccin del nuestra nacin y no pienso que del gobernador de la Florida Jeb Bush hacia los temas de in-
grupo insurrecto peruano y que presuntos vnculos de com- se trate de solamente elegir alos migracin, licencias de conducir y otros temas de importancia
plicidad con algunos policas hacen temer por su vida en un dirigentes polticos adecuados para la familia hispana. El evento tendr lugar este lunes 4 de
posible intento por acallarlo. Miln.est acusado del asesinato, sino de cambiar las reglas de septiembre al medio da en la esquina de Dale Mabryy yColumbus
secuestro, robo agravado y de asociacin delictiva en el caso representacin y especialmente de Tampa. Mas informacin hlamando al (813)763-2309.
de los tres extranjeros ultimados este ao. Para cometer los de votacin.
crmenes habra organizado una banda de policas falsos con Curiosamente la mayoria de
la ayuda de miembros de la institucin, segn Aguado. los votantes responsables ponen Aprenda Prim eros Auxilios
BRASIL ms nfasis en elegir al candi- La Cruz Roja de Tampa ha organizado diferentes clases de
El expresidente Fernndo Henrique Cardoso afirm que dato adecuado que en votar por entrenamiento para aquellos interesados en resucitacin car-
eg el momento en que la militancia socialdemcrata y la s temas que es imde portan dio-pulmonar o CPR, primeros auxilios, rescatistas profesiona-
sociedad "prendan fuego a Brasil" en manifestaciones polticas Nuea les, cuidadores de nios. Este ltimo curso en particular es
contra los escndalos de corrupcin que se abatieron sobre der es un anacroniso muy popular y se ofrece a jvenes de 11 a 15 aos que deseen

a prender fuego a Brasil, en el buen sentido...expongamos cos en "apoderados" de nuestra tambin y durante los meses de septiembre y octubre igual-
voluntad, pero quienes a la hora t nt s de stm y otb iul
nuestra indignacin por tanta porquera", dijo Cardoso citado voluntad, pero quienes a la hora mente. Para una lista detallada de los cursos, calendarios y
pIO tantEa dijo Cardoso mente. Para una lista detallada de los cursos, calendarios y
por la emisora CBN. "Cada uno de nosotros tiene que mani- tocostos por favor visiste el portal www.redcrosstbc.org o llame
festarse", aadi el ex mandatario (1995-2002) hasta ahora importantes recuentemente a Melanie Koch al (813)348-4820.
en la campaa electoral el ms duro crtico de Lula desde las se olvidan de que su trabajo es
meramente de representacin. PremoS a LIderes Juveniles
filas de su Partido de la Social Democracia Brasilea (PSDB). meramente de representacin.
"El pueblo est indignado y es necesario despertar esa indig- Este juego debera cambiar. Pre ios a Lderes Juveniles
nacin, aiadi Cardoso durante un discurso a de e resarinig- Lo ideal sera que aquellos que La fundacin Taller Intercultural Hispano o TICH ha infor-
que respaldan al aspirante de su partido, el socialdemcrata podemos votar lo hiciramos mado que est recibiendo nominaciones para premiar a lderes
Geraldo Alckmin. El gobierno de Lula "nos llev al punto ms cada vez que un proyecto de ley estudiantes hispanos de las escuelas elementales, intermedias,
bajo de nuestra historia", aadi Cardoso. se presente tanto a nivel Fede- superiores y universitarias que se hayan destacado por su tra-
ral, as como Estatal y local. bajo escolar y su liderazgo. Los nominados tendrn oportunidad
Con los avances de las co- de participar en el Cogreso Juvenil Hispano y conocer a sus
municaciones y la tecnologa gobernantes, lderes deportivos e hispanos destacados. La fe-
LA GACETA (USPS 299-240) moderna, cada vez es ms po- cha lmite para enviar las nominaciones es el 15 de septiembre.
THE NATION'S ONLY TRI-LINGUAL NEWSPAPER sible estar presentes en asuntos Para ms informacin puede llamar a Mara Teresa Cabarcas
Pubshed Evey Fday By LA GAA P I. importantes asi como tribiales. al (813)505-6351.
Published Every Fday By LA GACETA PUBLISHING, INC Qisera ver el da que seamos
los ciudadanos los que aprobe-a con
VICTORIANO MANTEIGA (1894-1982) FOUNDER mos o desaprobemos las leyes Sbados en Fam ilia con Dal
ROLAND MANTEIGA (1920-1998) EDITOR AND PUBLISHER y no un grupo selecto y elitista
que frecuentemente olvida los El Museo Salvador Dal de St. Petersburg invita a toda
PATRICK MANTEIGA ................................................Editor and Pubisher abateres del ciudadano comn la familia al famoso "tour" del sbado en el que se harn
ANGIE MANTEIGA............ ....... a Publisher Y corriente actividades manuales, juegos y artesanas. Las actividades
Si los recientes y famosos comienzan a las 9:45 am. Los precios de la boleta son a $14
LEONARDO LEON..........................................................Spanish Editor "Reality Shows" son un idicador por adulto, $12 para ancianos, policas y militares, $9 para
Entered as Second Class Matter in 1923 delcontrol remoto que el pblico estudiantes y gratis para menores de 9 aos. El museo est
Periodical Postage Paid at Tampa, Florida puede tener en temas balades, localizado en el 1000 S. Third St., St. Petersburg. Para ms
entonces podemos aspirar a informacin se puede llamar al (727)823-3767.
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For prices outside Hillsborough County please cali. implementar para que nuestra
Visit our Website at: www.Iagacetanewspaper.com voluntad y voto real se imple- La fundacin Taller Intercultural Hispano o TICH est necesi-
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P.O. Box 5536 legislativos. liderazgo, msica, arte, artesania, culinaria y danzas hispanas.
Tampa, FL 33675 Creo que ha llegado la hora Para ms informacin puede llamar a Mara Teresa Cabarcas o
Tama Fde hacer de los polticos ver- a Marco Aurelio Barros Guevara (813)505-6351.
:Pgina 2/LA GACETA/Viernes, 1 de septiembre de 2006








El Indiscutible Poder del Lenguaje Nominacin de Hispanos
La oficina del gobernador de la Florida, Jeb Bush, ha abierto
Por: Leonardo Venta ms dificil. Indudablemente, la sociedad la que naci del las incripciones para la nominacin de hispanos sobresalientes
Escribir y expresarse bien el estudio dirigido y el entre- lenguaje". dentro de la comunidad, los cuales sern reconocidos durante
es emitir ideas con precisin, namiento son decisivos en el No todas las personas las celebraciones del mes de la Herencia Hispana en octubre.
singularidad, concisin y cla- dominio de cualquier cono- manejan el lenguaje con la Visite el portal www.volunteerfloridianfoundation.org y com-
ridad. Consiste en plasmar o cimiento, en el caso al que nos misma destreza. Sin embargo, plete el formulario. Para ms informacin llamar a Beth Kerly
articular los pensamientos o referimos, del lenguaje. es notorio que aquellos que lo al (813)259-6001.
conocimientos ordenados y Por otra parte, la buena dominan mejor, por lo general,
procesados en la mente. Por lectura nos ensea, sin dar- tienen ms ventajas en la vida Otra Visin del Ser Hum ano
otra parte, al comunicarnos nos cuenta, a tener un mejor que aquellos que no. El hablar La organizacin Monte Binah del 2948 W. Colombus Dr.
nos valemos de un sistema de empleo del lenguaje. Cada es- bien y claro facilita las relacio- Suite 207 de Tampa, invita a un ciclo de "conferencias sobre el
medios de expresin. El len- critor y lector necesita conocer nes interpersonales. desarrollo integral del ser humano, considerando los aspectos
guaje, asi mismo, evoluciona las palabras lo mejor posible, Rafael Seco afirma que, "En fsicos, vital emocional y mental desde la perspectiva Herm-
bajo el efecto de los diferentes hacer uso del idioma como una realidad, los pensamientos y tica". Se ofrecern 16 sesiones gratuitas en espaol durantes
agentes con los cuales se inter- herramienta de comunicacin los estados de animo son siem- os meses de agosto, septiembre, octubre y noviembre, todos
relaciona. de la misma manera que un pre algo vago e inconcreto si no lo mircoles a las 7 pm. Por favor haga su reservacin, ya que
Cuando escribimos o habla- pintor necesita conocer el se traducen en palabras, si no hay cupos limitados, llamando a (813)930-8466.
mos, ambicionamos expresar dibujo, la perspectiva, el em- se hablan, mentalmente. La llamando al (8
lo que tenemos en nuestro es- pleo de los -colores, etc., antes mayora de lo que pensamos es
pritu o est a nuestro alrede- de pintar su obra. ntimo monlogo, y al pensar,
dor. Todo en la vida est sujeto Rafael Seco, destacado in- ms que manejar ideas, mane-
a normas, a un orden. Por lo telectual afirma, "El lenguaje jamos las etiquetas de esas
tanto, el autodidactismo, que es el gran instrumento de ideas que son las palabras". .
no tiene una orientacin espe- comunicacin de que dispone Por otra parte, segn el es- i e a
cficamente trazada, aunque la humanidad, ntimamente critor Garca de Diego, "el len-
si tiene un gran valor desde el ligado a la civilizacin; hasta guaje no es ms que el pensa-
punto de vista del esfuerzo y tal extremo, que se ha llegado miento oral, y el pensamiento
el talento que requiere, hace el a discutir si fue el lenguaje el no es ms que el lenguaje in- FUEGOS PIROTECNICOS EN EL DA DEL TRABAJO
camino hacia el conocimiento que naci de la sociedad, o fue terior". Indiscutiblemente, el. El domingo 3 de septiembre, a las 9 pm., la ciudad de
lenguaje es un arma en manos Tampa se encender de colores con los acostumbrados
del hombre. El saberlo utilizar fuegos artificiales o pirotcnicos en Channelside. El evento
T una .. adecuadamente, tanto en la es gratuito y estar abierto para toda la familia. Habrn
H aga una- escritura como en la comu- payasos y artistas que pintaran las caritas de los nios,
nicacin oral, es substancial, as como se inflarn globos de helio. Tambin habr case-
l.OVIda l sab a, as como emplearlo en funcin tas con comida y bebidas a la disposicin del pblico. Los
m ovida d** .a.. .. c an. .. del bien. Las palabras edifican fuegos que se lanzarn desde el canal de Garrison sern
y alientan y tambin pueden visibles desde el Adario; Channelside, Cotanchobee y el
C om u Uiquese con destruir y aplastar. Leamos hotel Marriot Waterside. La ciudad de Tampa no ha an-
Spara cultivar nuestro vocabu- ticipado el cierre de calles. El Chanelside est localizado
SyREAL TOR lario y cerciormonos del in- en el 615 Channelside Drive de Tampa.
uf R EA LT A menso poder de las palabras. JAZZ PARA NIOS DESAFORTUNADOS
Una noche de gala, cena, danza y remate de obras de arte
Sw w w G TAR.org C vn G a tendr lugar esta noche de 6:30 a 11:30 pm en el Gulfport
V. GTAR.org Chavezen Gira Casino, localizado en el 5500 Shore Blvd. Gulfport. El valor
ALTOR Por: Arturo R. Rivera, J.D. de la boleta es $35 por persona y $60 por pareja. Todas las
El presidente de Venezuela ganancias sern donadas a la fundacin "The Children's
mUDEr J Ul Al D f EHugo Chvez, continu su Home Society of Florida", que se encarga de ayudar a nios
FA T O BI. LEAm gira por la China; y la semana abandonados y abusados. La comida ha sido donado por el
pasada desde ese pas, atac restaurante Outback Steakhouse y los artistas por la compa-
l(iAlgunosvienen slo por nuestra comida!) al gobierno de Washington a "The Highwaymen Artists, LLC". Para ms informacin
de bloquear la aspiracin llame al (813) 852-9150
Sanwiches tipo Boar's Head de Venezuela de ocupar un FAMOSO ESCULTOR EN OLDSMAR
Roast Beef, Pastrami, Rubn, Pavo ahumado, puesto rotatorio en el Consejo Joseph Rotella, no slo es un gran escultorreconocido a
Fro o caliente y usted escoje el pan de Seguridad de las Naciones nivel internacional, cuyas obras se exhiben en la coleccin
Hamburguesas de 1/2 libra Unidas. del Vaticcano sino que tambin es residente de la Baha de
Jamoneta BBQ, Cajun con todos sus aderezos A su vez, Chvez tambin Tampa. Precisamente ahora la municipalidad de la ciudad
Alitas de Pollo, Subs y Aperitivos denunci la reciente guerra en de Oldsmar, el "City Hall" exhibir sus obras para aquellos
el Lbano y compar la ofen- que deseen admirar el talento de Rotella. La entrada esA
siva de esa nacin con actos gratuita y la exhibicin est abierta de lunes a viernes de
del lder fiazi, Adolfo Hitler. 8 am. a 5 pm. La galeria "Oldsmar City Hall Gallery" est
Adems, dijo que Israel, del localizada en el 100 State St. W. Para ms informacin
cual retir a Su embajador, de- llame al (813) 749-1260.
bera ser referido ante la Corte FERIA DE LA SALUD EN EL PARQUE AL LPEZ
Internacional de Justicia. El Instituto de Investigaciones del Cncer, MOFFITT,
Chvez aadi que haba realizar una feria de la salud especialmente orientada a la
110 E. Bsch Blvd, 811-939792 sido invitado a visitar Siria, comunidad hispana de la Baha, el sbado 9 de septiembre. La
pero que an no tena una fe- Cmara de Comercio Hispana y otras organizaciones de salud
cha fijada. Luego, afirm que locales estarn participando en el evento que tendr lugar de 10
-no tena planes de reunirse am. a las 2 pm., en el nuevo edificio del Centro de Recreaciones
con Hasson Nasrallah, lder del parque Al Lpez. El evento es gratuito. Espere actividades
de la guerril.la Hezbollah, orientadas para toda la familia. Para obtener ms informacin
que combate a Israel desde el llame a Aileen Rodrguez al (813) 745-4306.
Lbano. VIDEOS DE DANZA EN TARPON SPRINGS
Esta es la cuarta visita de El museo de arte de Tarpon Springs, "The Leepa-Rattner
A Chvez a China. Durante Museum of Art" en colaboracin con la pera de Pinellas
la misma, visit- a la agencia presenta una serie de videos sobre danzas irlandesas en
_E_ espacial China, donde e se con- el auditorio del museo maana sbado 2 de septiembre.
truye un satlite que Venezue- El evento es gratuito y disponible para toda la famillia. El
la lanzar en el 2008. museo est localizado en el Highway 19 del 600 Klosterman
W--g Chvez coment en China, Road. Para ms informacin llame al (727) 712-5762.
que antes de realizar su viaje CHARLA SOBRE CRISIS DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE
a Asia, haba visitado a Fidel Hoy viernes, de 7 pm. a 8 pm. Ron Cooper, renombrado
S s i r s : Castro en Cuba. Felizmente acadmico y miembro del "Florida Humanities Council Road
My f sjosx A a ~ tina recuperndose. los asuntos ms crticos que afectan al Medio Ambiente y que
necesitan de nuestra accin inmediata. Cooper cuestionar el
S1por qu se lleg a esta crisis y que tipos de comportamientos
Fotogra~ias o polticas se necesitan pararemediar dichos problemas:
tr ograa Aunque el evento es gratuito es necesario registrarse con
de Tam pa anticipacin llamando al (727)453-6500. El evento tendr
de am a lugar en el auditorio del parque "Weedon Island Preserve
Cultural and Natural History Center", localizado en el 1800
La galera Hartley-Scarfone Weedon Dr. NE. de la ciudad de St. Petersburg.
p de la Universidad de Tampa GALA DE LA SOCIEDAD NACIONAL HISPANA
inaugura ra exposicin de foto- La Sociedad Nacional Hispana de MBAs (NSHMBA por
mgrafotas sobre Ta a r de a xf su siglas en ingls) realizar el jueves 7 de septiembre, de 6
Ls E evosa teodr luga Sa 9 pm., una ceremonia de premiacin y agradecimiento a
Larson. El evento tendr lugar aquellos profesionales hispanos de la. Baha de Tampa que
de 7 a 9 pm. El Departamento
de 7 a 9 pm El Departamento brillan en nuestra comunidad por sus contribuciones. El
I ~jde Arte Pblico de la Ciudad de
Tapa selecciona dea un artista evento llamado "Noche de Excelencia" contar con la presen-
Tmpa selecciona a un artista cia de la alcadesa de Tampa, Pam orio, y se reconocer a
anualmente para que explore Mara Esther Carrillo, fundadora de TICH, Santiago Corra-
<,-,-(- y fotografie los eventos ms da, director del Departamento de Servicios Comunitarios
: '- importantes de la ciudad por de la Ciudad de Tampa, Donna Parrino, Directora Ejecutiva
todo un ao. del Programa ENLACE de USF y Rubn Quintero, profesor
Sexton muestra con sus fo- y Director de Medicina Fetal Materna de USF. Los fondos
tos una faceta '"casi potica" de recaudados beneficiarn al Programa de Becas Latinas de
nuestra Baha. La galera est USF y Programa de Becas 2006 NSHMBA. Habra remates
localizada en el Estudio de Arte de obras de arte y un cctel con pasabocas. El precio de la
RK Bailey del 310 N. Boulervad boleta es $25 para miembros y $40 para no miembros. El
Gallery y se haya abierta de. evento tendr lugar-en "The Center Club Tampa" del 123 S.
martes a viernes de 10 am. a 4 Westshore Blvd. en el octavo piso. Para mas informacin
,.. .pm y los sabados de 1 a 4 pm. llamar a Sanaa Belfekith al (813)868-1521 o a Gladys Bernet
Para ms informacin llame al al (813)767-8101.
(813)274-8251.
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En el sptimo, los Marlins -jonrn solitario del antesalista
l empataron 2-2 al ligar el 23er David Bell, desperdiciando
O d er a l o ia jonrn del venezolano Miguel su primera oportunidad de
Cabrera, un largo batazo de salvamento desde el 23 de
406 pies por el jardn central, julio a la fecha. El taponero
con el 19no cuadrangular de de los Marlins sala en busca
S para es Los M arlin de la punta del wild-card de la Josh Willingham, quien bate de su undcimo rescate con-
arables Los M ar s Liga Nacional, ocupada por los de 4-3 con una impulsada y secutivo.
Rojos de Cincinnati. una anotada. Al anotar en el octavo por
Mike Jacobs dispar el hit profundo del campo izquierdo Milwaukee tom ventaja Sendos batazos -quinta vez un sencillo de Dan Uggla, el
de la victoria como emergente para dejar al campo a los Cer- de dos carreras en el quinto que Florida batea jonrones torpedero dominicano Hanley
en el noveno inning y los Mar- veceros y situar la serie de captulo ante el venezolano seguidos este ao- decidieron Ramrez haba puesto arriba
lins de la Florida extendieron cuatro juegos a un paso de la Anibal Snchez, quien se fue la suerte del abridor zurdo 3-2 a los peces. Con su triple
a siete xitos su cadena de barrida, sin decisin luego de trabajar Chris Capuano, quien slo en ese tramo, empat el r-
triunfos al hilo con una vic- "Nuestro objetivo es ganar seis entradas con siete impa- haba permitido dos sencillos cord (8) en una campaa por
toria 4-3 sobre los Cerveceros cada serie, y eso ya lo hemos rables y dos carreras -limpias-. de Willingham. un novato en la organizacin,
de Milwaukee, ante 13,544 logrado esta vez", manifest El derecho necesit 117 lanza- "Willingham ha contribuido establecido por el venezolano
fanticos reunidos en el Dol- el manager de los peces, Joe mientos para cubrir esa ruta. enormemente a este equipo", Alex Gonzlez en 1999.
phin Stadium. Jacobs empu Girardi. "Pero obviamente una "Hice ms lanzamientos de seal Girardi. "Cada uno de El triunfo constituye la
el madero por el taponero Joe barrida produce motivaciones lo habitual", reconoci el nova- esos novatos tiene una enorme quinta ocasin en la presente
Borowski (2-2) con dos outs y adicionales". to. "Pero me siento bien porque responsabilidad en lo que su- contienda en que Florida deja
Jeremy Hermida en la inicial, La victoria le permite a los mantuve a mi equipo dentro cede cada da en el terreno". al campo a su rival de turno.
conectando un doblete a lo Marlins acercarse a tres juegos del juego y siempre al alcance En la parte alta del noveno, En dos de stas, Jacobs ha
sido el bateador clave.
El 23 de mayo, Jacobs dej
tendidos a los Cachorros de
Chicago al disparar un sencillo
de dos carreras. Sin embargo,
antes del partido de ayer, el ex
Met haba fallado ocho veces
como emergente.
"Entendimos en ese mo-
Jose Madera and Maria Ayala estaban mento que [Jacobs] era el
Shombre para hacer el trabajo",
teniendo muchas dificuitades para obtener una manifest el piloto de Florida.
hasta que escucharon acerca del "A veces las decisiones arrojan
hipote hataqu sucharn acrca del resultados positivos, a veces
Programa de Prstamos para el Desarrollo de la no, pero es una cuestin de
Sprobabilidades".
Comunidad de Third Federal. Se iscrbieron en el El xito se suma al fabuloso
programa y cualificaron para un Prstamo bajo momento del equpo,que tiene
lugar mientras la relacin de
este programa. Girardi con el propietario de
la novena, Jeffrey Loria, pasa
SHoy en da, Jos y Mara son propietarios y les por la controversia.
Loria permanecio en el
encanta. La pareja habla sobre de su experiencia: cuarto del clubhouse donde
"Mientras que en otros lugares decan simple- Girardi conversaba con la
Mientra que en o s lu s dea simple- prensa. Luego de escuchar
mente 'No,' Third Federal trabaj con nosotros." esas declaraciones, se march
sin hacer comentarios.
Para saber lo que el Programa de Prstamos para BRASIL CAMPEN
el Desarrollo de la Comunidad de Third Federal MUNDIAL DE VOLEIBOL
Brasil se recupe.r tras
puede hacer por usted, llame al 813-289-3671. perder los dos primeros sets y
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con la reaccin de los campeo-
nes mundiales y olmpicos que
1 Thir dFedI sentenciaron el partido con par-
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El Programa de Becas Latinas de USF realiz su ceremonia #15 de entrega de
becas y reconocimiento a los patrocinadores en el teatro de la Universidad
Se m del Sur de la Florida el pasado 23 de agosto. La ceremonia estuvo colmada
de personalidades locales entre las que se destacaron la Alcadesa de Tampa,
Pam lorio; la Presidenta de USF Judy Genshaft; el presidente de la cadena
de restaurantes Columbia Richard Gonzmart; el presidente de la Cmara de
Comercio de Tampa Jos Valiente y el ex-asesor presidencial Francisco Sn-
chez, entre muchos otros. La oradora principal fue la Representante Estatal
Ani Tere Flores. La elocuencia de todos los oradores recalc el xito de este
Programa. Donna Parrino y Patsy Feliciano, Directora del Programa, han
realizado una labor extraordinaria de impulso a esta iniciativa que en esta
ocasin entreg 113 becas.
-** NOTA DE INFORMACIN DE CAMBIOS ** -
ELECCIONES PRIMARIAS
5 de septiembre del 2006
Precincto Lugar de Votacin Direccin Precincto Lugar de Votacin Direccin
*133 Palma Ceia Baptst Church 3511 Bay to Bay Blvd '621 King High School 6815 N 56th St
*149 St John Greek Orthodox Church 2418 W Swann Ave *633 Fellowship Baptst Church 13515 N US Hwy 301
*183 Westshore Baptist Church 305 N Manhattan Ave *638 Fellowship Baptist Church 13515 N US Hwy 301
*201 Loretta Ingraham Community Center 1611 N Huber Ave *641 Chapel Center @ USF. 12859 N 50th St
*203 Loretta Ingraham Community Center 1611 N Hubert Ave *658 Unitarian Universalist Church 11400 Morris Bridge Rd
*214 Tampa Cruise A Cade 2001 N Boulevard *671 Wharton High School 20150 Bruce B Downs
*215 Tampa Korean United Methodist Church 4212 N Boulevard *701 The Palmetto Club 17004 Dorman Road
"217 Tampa Korean United Methodist Church 4212 N Boulevard *703 Grace Community United Methodist Church at Fishhawk 5708 Lithia Pinecrest Rd
*227 Wellswood Baptist Church 5101 N Rome Ave #707 Turkey CreekPark 5936 Connell Rd
*301 Desoto Park 2601 Stuart St *709 Lone Oak Baptist Church 3505 W Lone Oak Rd
'303 College Hill Library 2607 E Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd "750 Plant City Community Church of the Nazarene 2402 Mud Lake Rd
*309 Jackson Heights NFL Youth Education Town Center 3310 E Lake Ave *763 Hope Lutheran Church 2001 N Park Rd
*321 Middleton High School 4801 N 22nd St *769 Faith Temple Assembly of God 4240 N Frontage Rd
*338 New Life Pentecostal Church of God 1611 E Bougainvillea '804 Celebration Church 1653 Bloomingdale Ave
*341 Bible Based Fellowship Church 8718 N 46th St *809 Bloomingdale Regional Library 1906 Bloomingdale Ave
*412 Tampa Korean Seventh Day Adventist Church 7215 Sheldon Road *817 Horizon Christian Church 1720 St Cloud Ave
'451 Iglesia De Dios Pentecostal MI : 5800 N Church Ave *821 Brandon Church of the Nazarene 114 N Kingsway Ave
*463 First Korean Presbyterian Church '4307 W Humphrey St "826 The Crossing Church 10130 Causeway Blvd
*506 Upper Tampa Bay Regional Librar 11211 Countryway Blvd '828 Resurrection Catholic Church 6819 Krycul Ave
*509 Northwest Tampa Church of God 5131 Gunn Hwy *830 Kings Avenue Baptist Church 2602 S Kings Ave
*510 Oakwood Community Church 11209 Casey Rd "*852 The Crossing Church 10130 Causewy Blvd
*511 St Marks Episcopal Church 13312 Cain Rd *856 Cornerstone Baptist Church of Brandon 818 N Parsons Ave
*523 St Marks Episcopal Church 13312 Cain Rd *867 Countryside Baptist Church 13322 Sydney Rd
*551 Oakwood Community Church _11209 Casey Rd "875 Quest @ Kingsway 501 S Kingsway Rd
*552 Oakwood Community Church :11209 Casey Rd '918 Life Church at FishHawk 6420 Lithia Pinecrest lRd
*557 Church of Resurrection 12720 N Florida Ave '940 Gardenville Recreation Center 6215 Symmes Rd
*578 Jimmie-B Keel Regional Library 2902 W Bearss Ave #944 Big Bend United Methodist Church 11525 Big Bend Rd
*581 New Tampa Baptist Church 14801 Livingston Ave **947 Summerfield Crossing Community Center 13011 Summerfield Blvd
'603 Tampa First Assembly of God 2910 Orient Road *952 Riverview High School 11311 Boyette Rd
"617 Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church 5001 E Cumberland Dr *954 Riverview First Assembly of God 6605 Krycul Ave
*971 St Cecilia's Episcopal Church 1920 Maydell Dr
Cambio de sitios de votacin nicamente cambiar el nombre # Nuevo precinto
HECHOS QUE LOS VOTANTES DEBEN SABER ** *
> Solamente los votantes que se registraron antes del 7 de agosto del 2006 son elegibles para votar en estas elecciones.
> Si usted no tiene una adecuada tarjeta de identificacin con fotografa, se le permitir votar con un tarjetn provisional.
> La ley de la Florida le exige votar el da de las elecciones en el precinto en que usted viva.
> Visite nuestro portal www.votehillsborouqhcounty.org y use el Buscador de Precintos para obtener un mapa de su precinto de votacin.
> Si usted tiene preguntas o necesita ms informacin por favor llame al (813)272-5850.

Buddy Johnson
Supervisor de Eleccciones, Condado de Hillsborough
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EL DE IEMBRE DE 2006 OIFICACE HE REBY GIVEN that the un-VOTAC N
La fundacion Taller Intercultural Hispano o'TICH ha ifor- La Cmara de-Comercio de Tampa ha anunciado su primera under the fictitious ame of FREEDMAN
mado que est recibiendo nominaciones para premiar a lderes visita oficial comercial a las ciudades de Sao Paulo y Curitiba, & MICHAELS, located at 101 East Ken-
estudiantes hispanos de las escuelas elementales, intermedias, durantes la semana del 5 al 10 de novimbre. En -la actuali- nedy Boulevard, Suite 1840, Tampa,
supe. riores y univrsitarias que se hayan destacado por su tra- dad Brasil es el primer pas con el que comercia la Baha de nameandintends oregister sad name
bajo escolar y liderazgo. Los nominados tendrn oportunidad Tampa. No se necesita visa para viajar a Brasil si se tiene with .the inoft iorordatns ofth
de participar en el Cogreso Juvenil Hispano y conocer a sus vigente el pasaporte estadounidense. Sin embargo, se deben Section 865.09, Florid Statutes.
gobernantes, lderes deportivos e hispanos destacados. La fecha enviar ciertas planillas preliminares ante el consulado de Dated this 28th day of August, 2006.
lmite para enviar las nominaciones es el 15 de septiembre. Para Brasil en Miami. Con esta visita se busca estrechar ms an FREEDMAN & MICHAELS
ms informacin, se puede llamar a Mara Teresa Cabarcas al las relaciones con esta gran nacin latinoamericana. Para ms 101 East Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1840,
(813)505-6351. informacin llame a Mara Hubert al (813)276-9462. LTampa, Foida 33602 9/1/061T
Linda M. Michaels, President


PROPUESTA DE REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL PARA SOMETER A VOTACIN
EL 7 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2006 NOTIFICACIN DE LA FECHA DE VOTACIN

Yo, Sue M. Cobb, Secretaria de Estado del estado de Florida, por la presente notifico que el 7 de (5 nc ntra en vigen el 4 de... noviembre d 1992.
noviembre del ao 20Q6:se votar en cada condado para ratificar o rechazar la propuesta de reforma () FONDO D TAILIAIN PRESUPUESTARIA. A mirneste icil s fir 1
de la Constitucin de Florida. ) FONO DE E ABILIZACiaN P UrUencin del fodo dC estabilizacin n presuuestaria
ontitui de rteen como mnimo 1% dal oquivalont a a recaua daccG ea dldel to ano de tind al focn dgetinada al
N 1 fondo gonc ra Rdo inr gcr, .oe n e fondo de octabiliacin presupuestaria.. El fndc de- stabiliz aci
REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL 1006, como mnimo hasta el 3% dol valor correcpondiente al ao fiscal 1005 1007, Gomo mFnim
ARTCULO III, SECCIN 19 .hasta..e.% dol valor .orro.pondinet al ao f9cal 10071008, y como mnimo hasta el 5%-. do valor
(Poder Legislativo) corrcspndiont al a.o fcal 1081000. Sujeto a lo previsto en est inciso, el fondo-do ootabliza.in
e aprooupuootaria oc mantione on se practica una retencin del fondo d estabilizacin presupuestaria
Boleta: equivalente, como mnimo; al 5% de la recaudacin neta del ltimo ao destinada al fondo general del
STATAL ingresos. El saldo de capital del fondo de estabilizacin presupuestaria no debe ser superior al 10%
PROCESO DE PLANIFICACIN Y PREPARACIN DEL PRESUPUESTO ESTATAL de la recaudacin neta del ltimo ao destinada, al fondo general del ingresos. La Legislatura
Texto de la boleta resumido: establece los criterios de retiro de fondos del fondo de estabilizacin presupuestaria en un proyecto
de ley independiente que tenga ese nico fin y cuyo nico propsito sea cubrir el dficit de ingresos
Propuesta de reforma de la Constitucin Estatal para: limitar los recursos generales extraordinarios del fondo general de ingresos, o para emergencias, conforme a la definicin legal. La ley. general
que se pueden asignar a gastos fijs. durante un ao al tres por ciento del total de los recursos establece la restitucin de este fondo. El fondo de estabilizacin presupuestaria se compone de
generalesidisponibles calculados; salo votacin en. contra de las tres quintas partes de la Legisla- fondos no destinados ni comprometidos para otros fines.
tura; crear una Comision Legislativa Conjunta de Presupuesto para redactar las perspectivas (h) LOS PROCESOS DE PREPARACIN DEL DOCUMENTO DE PLANIFICACIN ESTATAL A
financieras a largo plazo; conforme:ala ley general, regular la limitacin de ajustes del presupuesto LARGO PLAZO Y DE LOS DOCUMENTOS DE PLANIFICACION DE DEPARTAMENTOS YORGAN-
estatal sin la concurrencia de la totalidad de los miembros de la Legislatura; reducir el nmero de ISMOS. La ley general rdena la presentacin de un documento de plaificacin estatal a largo plazo.
extinciones ifriiaicas de los fonds fiducianris; exigir la prepaacin y rvisin del documentode El Gobernador recomienda a la Legislatura la revisi cada dos aos del documento de panificacin
planificacin-estatal largo plazo cada dos anos, y crear un Grupo de Trabajo Oficial con delimitacin estatal a largo plazo conforme a la definicin legal. La ley general establece la revisin y correccin
de.tareas' ;' -r s del documento de planificacin estatal a largo plazo cada dos aos, la prcoontacin d un informo dol
Texto completo: prgroos hacia cumpliminto do lamtas protao n l. documento do planificain estatal, por el
: lernador.a la L!gislatura, y exige que todos los departamentos y organismos estatales preparen
ARTICULO III- documetos de planificacin para identificar las metas y los objetivos estratgicos del Estado
: LA LEGISLATURA coincidentes con el documento de planificacin estatal a largo plazo. Todos estos documentos estn
sujetos arevisin y correccin de la Legislatura. El documento de planificacin estatal a larqo Plazo
SECCIN 19. Procesode preparacin del presupuesto, planificacin y asignaciones presupuestarias. debe contemplar la proyeccin de lasnecesidades futuras de Estado os rec s para atderas
(a) PREPARACION DEL PRESUPUESTO ANUAL. coincidentes con las perspectivas financieras a largo plazo. Los documentos de planificacin de los
/,A partir d 1 I 14 jla l laain pre rparacin departamentos y organismos contienen una lista de las prioridades en la planificacin de'gastos para
.11.'! de. 1 ... ...... la ley general establece la.adopcin de procesos de preparacon su revisii y posible reduccin en el caso de dficit en los ingresos conforme a la definicin legal. e
y planificacin del presupuesto estatal anual, y exige que.las solicitudes legislativas de los departa- ley.n im; na u.....n pro g.ra de gestin d,,.lei y cspcnn.abilidad coni el fin de,oasogu
mentos y organismos estatales, el presupuesto recomendado por el Gobernador y los proyectos de _. pdeeste.._;_.._._ ______._ ______ ________ _-_ _......
leyes de asignaciones estn acompaados de un documento descriptivo de los gastos anualizados 'ar prot ividad fn n ra o .... dloac o c..oto in.i...
del presupuesto estatal y los gastos extraordinarios del presupuesto. d l d o 193 organimo r rn a p. c i o n
(2) Salvo votacin en contrario de las tres quintas partes de cada cmara, las asignaciones d e ) GR O TAA periormee c cro a
recursos generales extraordinarios a gastos fjos duranteun ao no pueden exceder el tres por ciento i) GRUPO DE TRABAJO OFICIAL. Antes de enero de 2007 y posteriormente cada cuatro aos, el
del total de losrecursos generales disponibles calculados a la fecha de la asignacin. e Presidente del Senado, el Presidente de la Cmara de Representantes y el Gobernador designan un
Grupo de Trabajo Oficial, y la calidad de los miembros se establece en la ley general. El grupo de
(3) Conforme a la ley general, cada departamento-y organismo estatal debe presentar una solicitud trabaio est formado por miembros de la Legislatura y representantes de los sectores pblico y
de presupuesto que contenga las perspectivas financieras a largo ptlzo adoptadas por la Comisin privado, cuya misin es recomendar acciones para meiorar la operativa del gobierno y reducir los
Legislativa Conjunta de Presupuesto, o brinde la explicacion especfica de cada rubro que se aparte costos. En la ley general, se designa personal para asistir en la realizacin de las tareas; asimismo, el
de dichas perspectivas. grupo de trabajo puede buscar ayuda en el sector privado. El plazo para terminar su tarea es de un
4) A los fines de esta seccin meise, los trminos departamento y organismo se refieren al poder ao; presenta las recomendaciones a la Comisin Legislativa Conjunta de Presupuesto. al Goberna-
judicial. -dor y al Presidente de la Corte Suprema.
(b) FORMATO DEL PROYECTO DE LEY DE ASIGNACIONES. El proyecto general de ley de (i) LA COMISIN LEGISLATIVA CONJUNTA DE PRESUPUESTO. Dentro de la Legislatura, se
asignaciones de partidas presupuestarias consta de secciones independientes que se aplican a cada crea la Comisin Legislativa Conjunta de Presupuesto, compuesta por un nmero igual de Senadores
rea principal del programa del presupuesto estatal; las reas mencionadas son: rubros del fondo nombrados por el Presidente del Senado y de Representantes nombrados por el Presidente de la
fiduciario de la "loteria" para mejorar la calidad de la educacin; educacin (los dems fondos); Cmara de Representantes.. Cada miembro ocupa el cargo durante el perodo que determine el
servicios humanos; administracin de justicia en el fuero penal y correccional; recursos naturales, funcionario que lo nombra. Si se produce una vacante en la Comisin se cubre siguiendo el mismo
medio ambiente, gestin del crecimiento, y transporte; el gobierno y el poder judicial. Cada rea procedimiento que para el nombramiento original. El Presidente de la Comisin es nombrado por el
principal del programa contiene una enumeracin de gastos destinados a: operaciones del Estado; Presidente del Senado y el Vicepresidente, por el Presidente de la Cmara de Representantes, entre
erogaciones de los recursos estatales; ayuda para las operaciones de gobiernos locales y organiza- noviembre de cada ao impar y octubre de cada ao par. El Presidente de la Comisin es nombrado
ciones sin fines de lucro; ayuda para las erogaciones de gobiernos locales y organizaciones sin fines por el Presidente de la Cmara de Representantes, y el Vicepresidente, por el Presidente del
de lucro; los fondos federales y los fondos estatales compensatorios relacionados; gastos autorizados Senado, entre noviembre de cada ao par y octubre de cada ao impar. La Comisin se rige por las
para operaciones; y gastos autorizados para erogaciones de recursos. Los proyectos de leyes de normas conuntas del Senado y la Cmara de Representantes, que estn vigentes hasta que se
asignaciones sancionados por la Legislatura tambin comprenden una descripcin pormenorizada de deroguen o reformen por resolucin conjunta. La Comisin se rene como mnimo cada tres meses
las asignaciones especficas que exceden la cifra de un milln de dlares (USD1.000.000.), en dlares por convocatoria del Presidente del Senado y de la Cmara de Representantes. El qurum de la
a 1992. A los fines de este inciso, los trminos "asignacin especfica", "descripcin pormenorizada" y Comisin queda constituido con la presencia de la mayora de los miembros de cada Cmara ms
"rea principal del programa" se definen en la ley. El umbral de la descripcin pormenorizada sufre un uno de cualquier Cmara. Los actos de la Comisin se aprueban por mayora de votos de los
ajuste cada cuatro aos, previsto en la ley general, para reflejar la tasa-de inflacin o deflacin segn miembros de cada Cmara presentes. La Comisin puede celebrar las asambleas por medio de
el ndice de P:ecios al Consumidor Urbano en Todos los Rubros tomando como Promedio las teleconferencia o medios similares. Adems de los poderes y las obligaciones establecidos en este
Ciudades de EE. UU., o segn los informes que en su reemplazo emitan la Divisin de Estadsticas inciso, la Comisin ejerce todos los poderes y cumple otras obligaciones que no contradigan el
Laborales del Departamento de Trabajo de EE. UU..o el organismo que la reemplace. Las leyes de prrafo (c) (3), conforme a lo establecido por la ley general o las normas conjuntas.
fondo que contemplen asignaciones tambin estn sujetas al requisito de descripcin pormenorizada
establecido en este articulo, y a la facultad de veto de asignaciones que puede ejercer el Gobernador, NO 2
previsto en la seccin 8 del Artculo III. Este inciso tino vigoncia d- do ol do julio do.19.. REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL
(c) ELPROCESODE rEVISINGE AS ASIGNACIN. ARTCULO VI, SECCIN 4
(1) La Comisin Legislativa Coniunta de Presupuesto tiene plazo hasta el 15 de septiembre de (Poder Legislativo)
cada ao para presentar un documento sobre las perspectivas financieras a larqo plazo, con Boleta:
recomendacin de las estrategias fiscales para el Estado y sus departamentos y organismos, que
serian convenientes para la toma de decisiones sobre la preparacin del presupuesto. Las perspec- LIMITACIN DE LOS TRMINOS
tivas deben referirse al volumen predominante de trabajo y al clculo de los ingresos. Para imlemen- Eliminado de la boleta por la Legislatura de Florida.
tar el contenido de este prrafo, la Comisin Legislativa Con unta de Presupuesto aplica los clculos
oficiales actuales consensuados, y puede solicitar que s realicen otros clculos oficiales. N 3
(2) En el proceso de creacin y recomendacin de las eprspectivas financieras a largo plazo, la REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL
Comision debe tener en cuenta la opinin pblica y la de las ramas ejecutiva y judicial del gobierno. ARTCULO XI, SECCIN 5
(3) La Legislatura establece por ley general las condiciones necesarias para la aprobacin -sin la (Poder Legislativo)
concurrencia de la Legislatura en pleno- de las limitaciones de aiustes del presupuesto recomenda-
das por el Gobernador o el Presidente de la Corte Suprema. A partir del 1 de j-u 8lio d1 3, la I le- Boleta:
general oestablece lo requisitos p qu cada departame *NEo y o o e l p nte un NECESIDAD DE MAYOR APOYO PBLICO PARA LAS REFORMAS O CORRECCIONES CONSTI-
doment de planifian y una soliitud de prepusto qu lo rspald, qu dbn r risado TUCIONALES
por os comits de asignaciones do las dos Cmaras. LIa revisin debe comparar los puntos
principalos del d n;to d planificacin y la solicitud de preupuest con lo puntos princies del Texto de la boleta resumido:
proUesto reOmondado pr e Gbernor ls tino nto y Propuesta de reforma del artculo 5 de la Seccin XI de la Constitucin del Estado para exigir que
orgaenismo se rfiern l podr judicial cada propuesta de reforma o correccin de la Constitucin, tanto si surge en la Legislatura, por
(d) SETENTA Y DOS HORAS DE REVISIN PBLICA. Todos los proyectos generales de la ley de iniciativa u otro mtodo, deba ser aprobada por el sesenta por ciento (60%), como mnimo, de los
asignaciones se deben presentar a cada miembro de la Legislatura, del Gabinete, al Gobernador y al votantes del estado que votan la medida en lugar de serlo por simple mayora. Esta propuesta de
Presidente de la Corte Suprema como mnimo setenta y dos horas antes de que pase a una de las reforma no cambiara el requisito actual de aprobacin de las propuestas de reforma de la Consti-
cmaras, previo a la presentacin definitiva al Gobernador. tucin para crear nuevos impuestos o cargos estatales por 2/3, como minimo, de los votantes del
estado que participan en la votacin de la reforma.
(e) INFORME FINAL SOBRE EL PRESUPUESTO. A partir del do n..oviommbr ^ d O 1, El informe
final sobre el presupuesto se prepara conforme a lo establecido en la ley general, y se presenta Texto completo:
como mximo dentro de los 120 -9 das siguientes al comienzo del ao; se entrega copia a cada ARTCULO XI
miembro de la Legislatura, a la mxima autoridad de cada departamento y organismo estatal, al REFORMAS
Interventor General y al Presidente de la Corte Suprema.
(f) FONDOS ESPECIALES. SECCIN 5. Votacin de reforma o correccin.
(1) Los Fondos Especiales del estado de Florida y de otros organismos pblicos slo se pueden (a) Toda propuesta de reforma o correccin parcial o total de la Constitucin se debe presentar a
(a) Toda propuesta de reforma o correccin parcial o total de la Constitucin se debe presentar a
(1) Los Fondos Espenciales del votoestado de Florid as trs organismos pblicos slo se pueden los electores durante la siguiente votacin general, celebrada ms de noventa das despus de que la
crear o recrear por ley con la concurrencia del voto de las tres quintas partes. c/i) de cada Cmara resolucin conjunta o el informe de la Comisin Revisora, la Convencin Constitucional, o la Comisin
emitido raun proyecto de ley independiente que tenga ese nico fin de Reforma Impositiva y Presupuestaria que la proponga se haya presentado al funcionario
(2) Los Fondos Espcials del Estao, crorados anteo de la 'feha de o~ntrada on vigoncia do oeto encargado del registro estatal, salvo que se presente en una votacin especial anterior, celebrada
inc.iso so .xtinguon n un plaZo mximo de ua.tro aosin drpu de esa fecha. El plazo de vigencia ms de noventa das despus de la presentacin indicada, conforme a una ley promulgada con el
de los Fondos Especiales del Estado crado dpc dola fcha do ontrada on vigencia de oto voto afirmativo de ms de tres cuartas partes de cada Cmara, y siempre que se trate de una sola
i cise es de cuatro aos desde la fecha de entrada de vigencia de la ley que autoriza la creacin (no reforma o correccin.
la recreacin). La Legislatura puede establecer, por ley, una duracin menor para un Fondo Especial. (b) Toda parcial o toal de la constitucin por iniciativa se debe
(3) Los Fondos Especiales exigidos por programas federales o autorizaciones de emisin; los que presentar a los electores durante la votacin general siempre que la solicitud de la iniciativa se
se creen en funcin de compromisos, instrumentos de emisin o resoluciones relativas a bonos cuyos presente al funcionario encargado del registro estatal antes del 1 de febrero del ao en el que se
ingresos estn prendados legtimamente por el Estado u otros organismos oficiales para el servicio de celebra la votacin.
la deuda o para cumplir otras exigencias financieras emergentes de deudas oficiales; los del
transporte estatal; los anuales netos provenientes de las loteras de Florida para la educacin; los (c) Previo a la votacin conforme a esta seccin, la Legislatura debe declarar pblicamente por ley
creados para jubilaciones de Florida; los destinados a instituciones administradas por la Junta de general la probable repercusin econmica de una reforma propuesta por iniciativa conforme a la
Gobernadores-Mandatarios, en tanto estn destinados a empresas y contratos secundarios, subsidios seccin 3.
y donaciones conforme a las definiciones legales de estos trminos; los que sirven como fondos o (d) La reforma o correccin propuesta se publica en un diario de circulacin masiva de cada
cuentas de compensacin para directores financieros u organismos estatales; los que representan condado en el que se publiquen diarios, junto con la fecha de la votacin, una vez durante la dcima
activos del Estado en carcter de representante o fiduciario de personas fsicas, jurdicas y otras semana y una durante la sexta semana anterior a la votacin.
unidades del gobierno; y los dems Fondos Especiales cuya creacin est autorizada por esta
Constitucin no estl n sujetos a los requisitos del prrafo (2) de estein est autorizada por esta (e) Salvo disposicin esecifica contraria establecida en la Constitucin. si la reforma o correccin
propuesta se aprueba con el voto del sesenta por ciento, como mnimo, de los votantes aue votan la
(4) Los saldos e ingresos en efectivo de los Fondos Especiales eliminados por este inciso se medida, entra en vigencia el primer martes siguiente al primer lunes de enero posterior a la votacin,
depositan en el fondo general de ingresos. o en la fecha que establezca la reforma o correccin misma.


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PROPUESTA DE REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL PARA SOMETER A VOTACIN
EL 7 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2006 NOTIFICACIN DE LA FECHA DE VOTACIN

(continuacin)
N04 obstante, este incremento no se aplica a ningn registro de valuaciones hasta que un organismo del
REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL Estado designado por la ley general determine que el registro cumple con las disposiciones del
artculo 4. Este inciso queda derogado en la fecha de entrada en vigencia de la reforma del artculo 4--
ARTICULO X, SECCIN 27 que establece la valuacin del bien de familia en un porcentaje determinado de su justo valor.
(Iniciativa popular) (e) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la Legislatura puede otorgar desgravacin fiscal de
Boleta: impuestos al valor respecto de todos los impuestos que paga el arrendatario que es residente perma-
PROTECCN DEL CIUDADANO, ESPECALMENTE LA JUVENTUD, CONTRA ADICCIONES, nente. La desgravacin de impuestos al valor se practica en la forma y por los valores establecidos
PROTECCIN DEL CIUDADANO, ESPECIALMENTE LA JUVENTUD, CONTRA ADICCIONES, en la ley general
ENFERMEDADES Y OTROS RIESGOS PARA LA SALUD CAUSADOS POR EL TABAQUISMO en la ley general.
S(f) Por ley general y sujeto a sus disposiciones, la Legislatura puede permitir, a los fines de los
Texto de la boleta resumido: gravmenes de los condados y municipios, que estos otorguen una exencin impositiva adicional
Para proteger al ciudadano, especialmente la juventud, contra adicciones, enfermedades y otros para bien de familia a toda persona que sea propietaria del bien y cuyo derecho de dominio derive de
riesgos del tabaquismo para la salud, anualmente la Legislatura asigna fondos percibidos en virtud ttulo perfecto o de ttulo en equidad y resida en la vivienda permanentemente, tenga 65 aos y el
del acuerdo Tobacco Settlement a un programa estatal amplio de educacin y prevencin del ingreso de su ncleo familiar, conforme a la definicin de la ley general, no supere los veinte mil
tabaquismo conforme a los Mejores Criterios Prcticos de los Centros de Epidemiologa (CDC). dlares; la exencin impositiva no debe superar los cincuenta veitie i ee mil dlares. La ley general
Detalla algunos componentes del programa, resalta la importancia de la juventud, y necesita un tercio permite que los condados y municipios otorguen esta exencin impositiva adicional dentro de los
de-los fondos anuales para publicidad. Los fondos anuales representan el 15% del pago realizado a lmites establecidos en esteinciso y mediante ordenanza adoptada conforme a las formalidades
Florida en el ao 2005 en virtud del acuerdo Tobacco Settlement, ajustado anualmente segn el establecidas en la ley general, y prev el ajuste peridico de la limitacin del ingreso establecido en
ndice de inflacin. Incluye definiciones. Vigencia inmediata, este inciso en funcin de lamodificacin del ndice del costo del vida.
Texto completo: ARTCULO XII
EL ESTADO DE FLORIDA RESUELVE reformar la Seccin X de la Constitucin de Florida, cuyo ANEXO
texto reformado es el siguiente: SECCION 26. Aumento de la exencin impositiva para bien de familia.-- La reforma del artculo 6
Seccin 27. Program Estatal Amplio de Educacin y Pevencin del Tabaquiso. Para de la Seccin V, por el cual se aumenta el mxio vaor adicional de la exencin impositiva para
SEdben de farilia, para las personas mayores de baios ingresos, entra en vigencia, el 1 de enero del
proteger al ciudadano, especialmente la juventud, contra los riesgos del tabaquismo para la salud, ,-
-trastornos de adicciones, cncer, cardiopatas y neumopatas- y desalentar el tabaquismo, especial- 2007.
mente en la juventud, se destina una parte del dinero que el estado de Florida percibe anualmente de NO-7
las compaas tabacaleras conforme al acuerdo Tobacco Settlement a financiar un programa estatal REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL
amplio de educacin y prevencin del tabaquismo que sea coherente con las recomendaciones de los ARTCULO Vil, SECCION 6
Centros de Epidemiologa de EE. UU.:CULO Vi, SECCIN 6
(a) Programa. Los fondos percibidos conforme a este artculo se destinan a financiar un programa (Poder Legislativo)
estatal amplio de educacin y prevencin del tabaquismo que sea coherente con las recomendacio- Boleta:
nes para la eficacia de los componentes programas establecidas en los Mejores Criterios Prcticos DESCUENTO SOBRE EL IMPUESTO AL VALOR DEL BIEN DE FAMILIA OTORGADO A LOS
para Programas Amplios de Control del Tabaquismo [Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco VETERANOS DE GUERRA CON INCAPACIDAD PERMANENTE
Control Programs] de 1999 de los CDC, con sus reformas. El programa tiene los siguientes compo- VETERANOS D UN
nentes, como mnimo, y puede comprender otros que tambin forman parte de los Mejores Criterios Texto de laboleta resumido:
Prcticos de los CDC, con sus reformas peridicas, que resultan eficaces para lograr el objetivo de Propuesta de reforma de la Constitucin Estatal para: otorgar un descuento del impuesto al valor del
este artculo y no operan en detrimento de la eficacia de estos componentes mnimos exigidos: bien de familia del veterano de guerra que sufre incapacidad total o parcial permanente, es mayor de
(1) una campaa publicitaria para desalentar el consumo de tabaco y educar al ciudadano, 65 aos, a la fecha del reclutamiento tena su domicilio en el estado de Florida, su incapacidad se
especialmente la juventud, sobre los riesgos del tabaquismo para la salud, cuyo diseo permita produjo en el campo de batalla, y fue fado de alta con honores; especificar que el porcentaje del
cumplir estos objetivos, que se'difunda por televisin, radio y medios grficos, entre otros, sin restric- descuento es equivalente al de la incapacidad permanente provocada por la guerra; establecer los
ciones, y se financie con un tercio de cada recaudacin total anual conforme a esta seccin; requisitos para merecer el beneficio del descuento; autorizar a la Legislatura para que elimine el
(2-) planes de estudio y programas basados en evidencias destinados a educar a la juventud sobre requisito de presentacin anual de la solicitud los aos siguientes por ley general; y especificar que la
(2) planes de estudio y programas basados en evidencias destinados a educar a la juventud sobre disposicin entra en vigencia automticamente el 7 de diciembre dee 2006 sin necesidad de ley
el tabaquismo y desalentar su consumo, que contengan el compromiso de la juventud, su educacin entra en vigencia automticamente el 7 de diciembre de
sobre los riesgos del tabaquismo para la salud, ayuda para crear estrategias de rechazo del r
tabaquismo, y demostraciones de abandono del consumo, entre otros puntos; Texto completo:
(3) programas de entidades comunitarias locales para desalentar el tabaquismo y educar al -ARTICULO Vil
ciudadano, especialmente la juventud, sobre los riesgos del tabaquismo para la salud, con especial FINANZAS E IMPUESTOS
inters en los programas que comprometen a la juventud y subrayan la prevencin y el abandono del SECCIN 6. Exenciones impositivas para bien defamilia.
tabaquismo; (a) Toda persona titular del dominio sobre un bien inmueble que constituya bien de familia del
(4) cumplimiento de las leyes que prohiben la venta de tabaco a menores y la tenencia de tabaco propietario o de otra persona legal o naturalmente a cargo del propietario queda exenta del impuesto
por menores, y sobre el bien hasta el valor de valuacin fiscal de cinco mil dlares, excepto las determinaciones
(5) evaluacin pblica anual para garantizar que los fondos recaudados conforme a este artculo se impositivas para beneficios especiales, a partir de la constancia de la titularidad del derecho de
inviertan correctamente, lo que comprende una evaluacin de la eficacia del programa respecto de la dominio conforme a las formalidades legales. El dominio sobre el bien puede derivar de titulo perfecto
reduccin y prevencin del tabaquismo, y recomendaciones anuales para mejorar la eficacia del o de titulo en equidad, ser un condominio entre cnyuges, una comunin de bienes con derecho de
programa, que deben comprender comparaciones con programas similares cuya eficacia se haya acrecer. (jointly), un condominio sin derecho de acrecer (in common), o surgir indirectamente de la
probado en otros estados, y con los Mejores Criterios Prcticos de los CDC, con sus reformas, titularidad de acciones o calidad de miembro en representacin de la participacin en una sociedad
propietaria de un derecho de dominio pleno o de locacin pactado inicialmente por ms de noventa y
(b) Financiacin. Cada ao, despus de la aprobacin de esta reforma por los votantes, la ocho aos.
Legislatura de Florida destina al propsito indicado una suma equivalente al 15% del valor bruto que
las compaas tabacaleras pagaron al estado de Florida en virtud del acuerdo Tobacco Settlement en (b) Se permite solo una exencin impositiva por persona, ncleo familiar o bien de familia. Las
2005; esta asignacin de fondos se ajusta anualmente segn el ndice de inflacin que marca el exenciones impositivas no pueden superar el valor de valuacin fiscal del bien, en el caso de dominio
ndice de Precios al Consumidor publicado por el Departamento de Trabajo de EE. UU. directo, o del porcentaje de la participacin social en la valuacin fiscal del bien, en el caso de
dominio indirecto por titularidad de acciones o calidad de miembro de una sociedad.
(c) Definiciones. "Tabaco" comprende, entre otros, el tabaco y sus productos que contienen tabaco
y estn destinados al consumo por seres humanos, por ejemplo, cigarrillos, cigarros, tabaco para pipa (c) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva se incrementa hasta
y tabaco sin humo (tabaco para mascar). "Tobacco Settlement" se refiere a determinado Acuerdo de veinticinco mil dlares de la valuacin fiscal del bien para los gravmenes correspondientes cada
Pago fechado 25 de Agosto de 1997, celebrado como liquidacin de deuda en el caso State of Florida, distrito escolar. Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva para otra clase de
et al. v. American Tobacco Company, et al., Caso N' 95-1466 AH (Trib. de Circuito de Florida), con su gravmenes se puede aumentar hasta un valor que no exceda los diez mil dlares de la valuacin
reforma estipulada en el. Convenio de Reforma fechado 11 de septiembre de 1998, con sus reformas fiscal del bien cuyo propietario tiene 65 aos, o sufre incapacidad total permanente, y no tiene
posteriores y acuerdos siguientes. "Juventud" comprende los menores y los adultos jvenes, derecho al beneficio de la exencin impositiva prevista en el inciso (d).
(d) Entrada en vigencia. Esta reforma entra en vigencia a partir de su aprobacin por el voto. (d) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva se incrementa hasta los
Declaran se la e n e : siguientes valores de valuacin fiscal del bien para otra clase de gravmenes menos los distritos
Declaracin sobre la repercusin econmica: escolares:quince mil dlares de las valuaciones fiscales de 1980; veinte mil dlares de las valuacio-
Esta reforma necesita que, en el ao 2007, el gobierno destine aproximadamente USD57 millones al nes fiscales de 1981; veinticinco mil dlares de las valuaciones fiscales de 1982 y siguientes. No
Programa Estatal Amplio de Educacin y Prevencin del Tabaquismo. A partir de esa.fecha, esta cifra obstante, este incremento no se aplica a ningn registro de valuaciones hasta que un organismo del
se incrementar anualmente segn el ndice de inflacin. Se espera que esta inversin disminuya el Estado designado por la ley general determine que el registro cumple con las disposiciones del
consumo de tabaco. En consecuencia, es probable que, de los ahorros a largo plazo, se destine una artculo 4. Est inciso queda derogado en la fecha de entrada en vigencia de la reforma del artculo 4
cifra a programas oficiales estatales y locales de salud y seguros, pero no est determinada. Tambin que establece la valuacin del bien de familia en un porcentaje determinado de su justo valor.
es probable, pero no seguro, que el gobierno local sufra algunas prdidas en sus ingresos. (e) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la Legislatura puede otorgar desgravacin fiscal de
No 5 impuestos al valor respecto de todos los impuestos que paga el arrendatario que- es residente perma-
REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL nente. La desgravacin de impuestos al valor se practica en la forma y por los valores establecidos en
REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL la ley general.
ARTICULO III, SECCIN 16 (f) Por ley general y sujeto a sus disposiciones, la Legislatura puede permitir, a los fines de los
(Iniciativa popular) gravmenes de los condados y municipios, que estos otorguen una exencin impositiva adicional
para bien de familia a toda persona que sea propietaria del bien y cuyo derecho de dominio derive de
ttulo perfecto o de ttulo en equidad y resida en la vivienda permanentemente, tenga 65 aos y el
Boleta: ingreso de su ncleo familiar, conforme a la definicin de la ley general, no supere los veinte mil
COMISIN NO PARTIDARIA INDEPENDIENTE PARA DISTRIBUCIN A DISTRITOS LEGISLATI- dlares; la exencin impositiva no debe superar los veinticinco mil dlares. La ley general permite que
VOS Y CONGRESISTAS, EN REEMPLAZO DE LA DISTRIBUCION POR LA LEGISLATURA los condados y municipios otorguen esta exencin impositiva adicional dentro de los lmites estableci-
S dos en este inciso y mediante ordenanza adoptada conforme a las formalidades establecidas en la ley
Eliminado de la boleta porla Legislatura de Florda. general, y prev el ajuste peridico de la limitacin del ingreso establecido en este inciso en funcin
No 6 de la modificacin del ndice del costo del vida.
REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL (q) Cada veterano de guerra mayor de 65 aos que sufra capacidad total o parcial permanente
ARTICULO VII, SECCoN 6 recibe un descuento del impuesto al valor sobre su bien de familia si la incapacidad se produio en el
ARTCULO V*Il, SECCIN 6 campo de batalla, el veterano viva en este estado cuando fue reclutado para cumplir el servicio
ARTICULO XII, SECCIN 26 militar en Estados Unidos, y fue dado de baia con honores. El porcentaie del descuento debe ser
(Poder Legislativo) equivalente al porcentaje de la incapacidad del veterano de guerra provocada en ocasin de cumplir
el servicio militar, segn lo determina el Departamento de Asuntos de Veteranos de Guerra de
Estados Unidos. Para recibir el descuento previsto en este inciso, el solicitante debe presentar una
Boleta: constancia de domicilio a la fecha del reclutamiento una carta oficial extendida por el Departamento
MAYOR EXENCION IMPOSITIVA PARA EL BIEN DE FAMILIA (VIVIENDA) de Asuntos de Veteranos de Guerra de Estados Unidos con la declaracin del porcentaie de incapaci-
dad provocada por la guerra, y indicios racionales de la relacin entre la incapacidad y el campo de
Texto de la boleta resumido: batalla, y una copia de la baia con honores, todo ello ante el tasador del condado, antes del 1 de
Propuesta de reforma de la Constitucin del Estado para aumentar el importe mximo de la exencin marz. Si el tasador deniea la solicitud de descuento, debe notificar sus razones al solicitante por
impositiva por la vivienda a favor de las personas de la tercera edad de bajos ingresos, de escrito, y este puede presentar una nueva solicitud. Por ley general, la Legislatura puede eliminar el
USD25,000 a USD50,000, y establecer la vigencia de la reforma, de ser aceptada, a partir del 1 de requisito de presentacin anual de la solicitud los aos siuientes. Este inciso entra en viencia el 7
enero del 2007. de diciembre del 2006 automticamente sin necesidad de ley reglamentaria.
Texto completo: N. 8
ARTCULO Vil REFORMA CONSTITUCIONAL
FINANZAS E IMPUESTOS ARTCULO X, SECCIN 6
SECCIN 6. Exenciones impositivas para bien de familia. (Poder Legislativo)
(a) Toda persona titular del dominio sobre un bien inmueble que constituya bien de familia del Boleta:
propietario o de otra persona legal o naturalmente a cargo del propietario queda exenta del impuesto EXPROPIACIN POR CAUSA DE UTILIDAD PBLICA
sobre el bien hasta el-valor de valuacin fiscal de cinco mil dlares, excepto las determinaciones
impositivas para beneficios especiales, a partir de la constancia de la titularidad del derecho de Texto de la boleta resumido:
dominio conforme a las formalidades legales. El dominio sobre el bien puede derivar de ttulo perfecto Propuesta de reforma de la Constitucin Estatal para prohibir la transferencia de bienes privados
o de ttulo en equidad,-ser un condominio entre cnyuges, una comunin de bienes con derecho de expropiados por causa de utilidad pblica a personas fsicas o jurdicas privadas; no obstante, la
acrecer (jointly), un condominio sin derecho de acrecer (in common), o surgir indirectamente de la Legislatura puede, por ley general sancionada con el voto de las tres quintas partes de cada Cmara,
titularidad de acciones o calidad de miembro en representacin de la participacin en una sociedad permitir excepciones a esta prohibicin; no obstante, esta prohibicin se aplica si la solicitud de
propietaria de un derecho de dominio pleno o de locacin pactado inicialmente por ms de noventa y expropiacin que dio origen al procedimiento pertinente se presenta despus del 1 de enero del 2007.
ocho anos.
Texto completo:
(b) Se permite solo una exencin impositiva por persona, ncleo familiar o bien de familia. Las ARTCULO X
exenciones impositivas no pueden superar el valor de valuacin fiscal del bien, en el caso de dominio GENERALIDADES
directo, o del porcentaje de la participacin social en la valuacin fiscal del bien, en el caso de N POR CAUSA DE UTDAD PBLICA
dominio indirecto por titularidad de acciones o calidad de miembro de una sociedad. SECCIN 6. EXPROPIACIN POR CAUSA DE UTILIDAD PUBLICA
(c) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva se incrementa hasta (a) La apropiacin de los bienes privados solo opera por razones de utilidad pblica, mediante el
veinticinco mil dlares de la valuacin fiscal del bien para los gravmenes correspondientes cada pago de una justa indemnizacin al propietario, o el depsito del valor en el registro del condado, con
distrito escolar. Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva para otra clase de pleno acceso del propietario.
gravmenes se puede aumentar hasta un valor que no exceda los diez mil dlares de la valuacin (b) La ley puede regular las servidumbres, mediante el mismo procedimiento, para el desage del
fiscal del bien cuyo propietario tiene 65 aos, o sufre incapacidad total permanente, y no tiene bien de una persona a travs del bien de otra.
derecho al beneficio de la exenci6n impositiva prevista en el inciso (d).
derecho al beneficio de la exencin impositiva prevista en el inciso (d). (c) La expropiacin por causa de utilidad pblica en virtud de una solicitud para dar comienzo al
(d) Por ley general y sujeto a sus condiciones, la exencin impositiva se incrementa hasta los procedimiento pertinente, que se presente despus del 1 de enero del 2007, no se puede transferir a
siguientes valores de valuacin fiscal del bien para otra clase de gravmenes menos los distritos personas fsicas o urdicas privadas, salvo en los casos previstos por lev general sancionada con el
escolares: quince mil dlares de las valuaciones fiscales de 1980; veinte mil dlares de las valuacio- voto de las tres quintas partes de cada Cmara.-
nes fiscales de 1981; veinticinco mil dlares de las valuaciones fiscales de 1982 y siguientes. No 9/1 & 9/29/06 2T

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Un Pequeo Gran Beb

s1- Mujeres
Por la Dra. Silvia Jimnez

Es Realmente Milagrosa la Viagra?
Se han publicado ms de una respuesta positiva en el Kline y Eli Lilly introdujeron
55 mil artculos que hablan de 57% de los casos, comparado al mercado "Levitra" y "Cialis"
la "pldora celeste" y el nom- con el 44% de las pacientes que respectivamente. Estas traba-
bre "Viagra" es tan familiar en tomaron placebo. Las mujeres jan de la misma forma que la
muchos pasesdel orbe como reportaron una mejora de la Viagra. Sin embargo, se ano-
es el de la "Coca Cola". Qu sensacin, como parte de su ta en algunos estudios que
ms podemos decir acerca de la respuesta al contacto ntimo. estos medicamentos (aunque
Viagra? Mucho. La "experiencia" sus diferencias qumicas son
con la Viagra no se compate Existen otros tratamien- menores) pueden trabajar en
abiertamente, porque para la to parecidos a la Viagra en el algunos pacientes que no han
mayora de los usuarios, implica mercado? VERDADERO: En el respondido a Viagra. Para ms
Busch :Ga el aceptar que se tiene algn 2003,, las casas farmaceticas informacin, vistenos: wwvw.
El parque de diversiones y zoolgico Busch Gar- tipo de disfuncin erctil. En los Bayer AG con Glaxo-Smith- solomujerescom
dens de. Tampa Bay anunci el nacimiento de un Estados Unidos, se estima que
beb rinoceronte deO libras -el segundo que ha el 34% de los hombres entre las ulsado Chalie M anuel
nacido en este parque de aventuras. La hembra edades de 40 a 70 aos, sufren Ex
rinoceronte naci el 16 de agosto en el rea denomi- de algun grado de disfuncin de
la ereccin y cerca del 80% no.
nada Serengeti delparque.'Enesta foto el beb y su busca tratamiento. Verdadero
madre Mlelani exploran sus alrededores. Los visi- o Falso.
tantes del parque pueden observar a los rinoceron- Devuelve el deseo sexu-
tes blancos durante elrecorrido del tren, el tele- al? FALSO: Viagra no es un
afrodisiaco, La pldora celeste"
frico, as como tambindesde laatraccin Rhino afrodisiaco, La "pldora celeste"
Rally. Los inocerontes comparten su hbitat con no aumenta el deseo sexual, y
muchos hombres la consumen
otros animales africanos y varias aves. esperando"" sentir algo" de
inmediato. Las falsas expec-
tativas'pueden causar mucho
atrul la estrs psicolgico.
S 1 Ayuda a mantener la
a Pa Adnstarpu~~ic l c .aereccin? VERDADERO: En la
-a ia- tui M *arjeutas mayora de los pacientes, Via-
gra acta 30 fmi-dnutos despus x
de tomarla y ayuda a mantener
FRAUDE POR 85 MIL Gerald McCrimmon, empleado la ereccin por ms tiempo.
DLARES delacompaa GulfCoast Metals Trabaja bien desde la
Renea F. Ellis de 36 aos acercade la necesidad de pedirle primera dosis? FALSO: El
fue arrestadaebajo los cargos identificacin a los individuos hecho de que la pldora pue-
d fraude agravado en primer que deseen vender material re- da ayudar al hombre con los
grado y robo de identidad. ciclable. Durante la operacin pro-blemas de la ereccin,
Aparentemente Ellis us las investigativa, los oficiales -usa- no implica que los bloqueos:
tarjetas de crdito de la compa- ron una patrulla camuflada de psicolgicos de la areja se
a "Plan Administrador" para vehculo civil. vayan" con la primera dosis.
pagar sus propias tarjetas de Los investigadores clnicos
crdito, servicios y sacar ade- CRIMINAL DESCARADO de la casa Pfizer, aconsejan a El entrenador de los iles", Charlie Manu
lantos en efectivo para amigos Un individuo de la raza blan- las parejas a utilizar Viagra alC
y familiares. Las transacciones ca, entre los 45 y 50 aos, de menos 8 veces, antes de "darse expulsado del juego con los Mets, despus de que
fueron realizadas va Internet aproximadamente 6 pies de por vencidos" sostuviera una acalorada discusin con los arbitros.
o por telfono y suman hasta altura y 160.libras de peso es el Es efectiva cuando la Esta es la segunda vez que este tipo de expulsiones se
el momento $85,000. La inves- responsable de los robos ocurri- disfuncin sexual es psi- realizan. Mientras esto ocurra, Carlos Beltrn de los
tigacin an no ha dejado claro dos con arma de fuego en varios colgica? VERDADERO: En Mets reciba una la ovacin en eltercer "inning" Los
cmo hizo Ellis para averiguar almacenes Publix y Toys-R-Us estudios clnicos publicados,
los nmeros de las tarjetas de de Brandon y Parkway: El indi- se anota, que el 91% de los Mets ganaron 8 a 3.
crdito as como los cdigos de viduo, generalmente, compraba hombres con disfuncin sexual
envo electrnico un producto, se acercaba al de orden psicolgico, respon-
ARRESTADO PEDFILO mostrador, y en vez de pagar, den al tratamiento. Seguidos
Una pequea niita de tan cab un arma de fuego y lepacientes con
slo 6 aitos fue la vctima exiga al dependiente el dinero de enfermedad vascular y el 86%
autoridaesyen s enenfermedadcvascular y el 86%Cmec ho
trgica de los actos de agresin la trad a. Luego, se alejaba de acientes con depresin.
sexual de Donal P. Campell de caminando calmadamente. Las p Cursos en. Barbera Cosmeto loga
37 aos y residente del 13901 autoridades piensan que es un Viagra trabaja tambin Cuidado de la iel Uas
Henson Circle de Tampa. El individuo peligroso y le piden a en la mujer? VERDADERO: Cidado de apiel Us
individuo fue arrestado una vez la ciudadana que sea cauteloso En un estudio reciente, reali- Llame hoy mismo y empiece su nuevo futuro
la madre de la pequea descu- y revele cualquier informacin zado por la casa Pfizer, en 200 Instrucciones disponibles en espaol, Ingls e italiano
briera el crimen y lo reportara relacionada con cualquiera de mujeres, con historia de haber
a las autoridades los detalles descritos para la tenido histerectoma, estar en Bilingalnsruc eeeASAP!
PORNOGRAFA INFANTIL captura del sujeto. Para ms el periodo post-menopasico Preguntepor Tony 4551 Gun Highway, Tampa
Con un total de 608 cargos informacin puede llamar al y/o tener problemas para lle- 8132649677 www.newdimensionacademy.com
de posesin de pornografa (813)247-8060. gar al orgasmo, se encontr
infantil y otros pendientes fue
arrestado John Hoagland de 61
aos residente del 17912 Sin-
gingwood Place de Lutz. El com-
putador personal del individuo
arrestado fue confiscado por as "Nosotros le dmos
autoridades y en el se encontr M
el material pornogrfico que fue
enviado a la Oficina del Fiscal una atencin personal"
MUERE BEB A CAUSA DE
ABSO SEXUAL Mercantile le da lo mejor de ambos mundos:
Otro execrable crimen sexual
contra un beb de 2 aos fue todos los recursos de un banco mucho ms grande;
contra un beb de 2 aos fue
cometido por Eric James Tate ms la atencin personal de banqueros profesionales.
de 18 aos. El sujeto, que ya fue
arrestado por las autoridades de Dejenos saber que podemos hacer por usted.
la Oficina del Alguacil del Con-
dado de Hillsborough, cometi
actos sexuales con el beb tan
graves que el menor fue llevado
al hospital St. Joseph de Tampa, Millie Esquili
donde los galenos hicieron lo po-
sible por salvarle la vida. Lamen-
tablemente ste muri. Aunque
la investigacin contina, se
ha establecido que el sujeto era
el novio de la madre del beb y
tambin le serva de niero. I tLk,.rr b,,nlw,,1 ptrs, o ly
ROBO INUSUAL
La Oficina del Alguacil del Tampa 207 V Lons Bd (8133 277-7302
Condado de Hillsborough arrest 2
a un individuo no identificado, ti thoUg Tni Lix
acusado de pelar cables en el rea
de la avenida Hanna y la calle 54
para vender el cobre a una com- -
paa de reciclaje de metal. Se le
decomisaron 289 libras de cobre.
Los oficiales alertaron a Larry
Par t, 8)A' AC.ETA1V "4 Ed ib .'I iib k te, de-2006 2





..l "" un Trabaj o ien C- ho

Noticias de Inmigracion
Director de Innigracion de Catholic CharitiesB i
Por Jos Fernandez

Antes de Hacer aos. Cuando llegamos al pas, sus turnos de residencia yrno re-
gamis hijos eran muy pequenos. sultaron elegibles para recibir la
Mi esposa y tres de mis hijos residencia. Ahora, ellos cayeron
Pregunta: Me llamo Luis hace vaos aos que recibieron en una nueva categora de visas
Mora, soy onginario de Mxico su residencia permanente pero de-inmigrantes y una nueva
y he vivido con mi familia en los los dos mayores cumplieron los espera de aproximadamente 14
Estados Unidos por ms de diez 21 aos durante la espera de a 15 aos.
Los dos estn cansados de es-
Educadores Para Fundacin perar. Mi hijo mayor ha pensado
en casarse con su novia amen-
La Fundacin Familia Sana est buscando facilitadores de cana, peroteme que pueda perju-
salud que implementen programas comunitarios. Las posiciones dicar su trmite de residencia. El
son de tiempo parcial, 10 a 20 horas semanales. Los solicitan otro, no es tan afortunado, yaque
tes debern hablar espaoly estar dispuestos a trabajar con la la novia no tiene sus papeles en
comunidad hispana, as como tener disponibilidad las noches y regla. En realidad, no estoy muy
fines de semana. Para ms informacin llame al Wayie Westhoff seguro acerca de qu deberian
al (813)974-6621 o a Jaiine Corvin al (813)974-6690. hacer mis hijos y cules senan
SVoz Jl de Taa los beneficios o consecuencias si
La Voz Juvenil de Ta a se llegan a casar con sus novias.
La fundan Taller Intercultural Hispano TCH ha nfo- Nos podra orientar acerca de cul
La fundacin Taller Intercultural Hispano 0 TCH ha infor- seria lamejor va para que mis
mado que tiene las inscripciones abiertas para aquellos estudi- hijos tomen la mejor decisin en
antes que deseen asistir al Primer Congreso de La Voz Juenil de sus casos de inmigracin.
Tampa. Estudiantes de grados 8 a .2 podrn participar en los Respuesta: Seor Mora, su
talleres de trabajo sobre liderazgo, habilidades, becas, cambios situacin no es nica, pues esto
personales y trabjo con- la comunidad, entre otros temas. Se mismo le est pasando a un
informar sobre programas de becas, rganizaciones de jvenesy gran nmero de personas que
al final se realizar una gala con juegos actividades recreativas tienen a sus hijos eperado su
y mucho ims. Las actividades de este Congreso se iniciaron el turno de residencia permanente
pasado 12 de agosto y concluyen el 16 de septiembre. Los eventos Como usted.ya lo mencion, una
tendrn lugar.en la Universidad Stetson de eyes, localizada en vez
el- 1700 N. Tampa Street Para ms informacin, se puede llamar vez que sus hijoscumpliron los
TampaStreetPara21 aos pasaron a una nueva Gracias al esfuerzo colectivo de personas como
al (813)505-6351. categora y a una nueva espera Pats Feliciano Directora del Programa de Be-.
Elecciones: Voteya MisMo" de apr'oximadamente 15 aos
Elecciones Su hijomayrqueest cas Latinas de USF (atrs) yde VivienA. Oliva,
La oficina del Supervisor de Elecciones del Condado de Hill- do con una ciudadana americana Presidenta del Comit AsesorLatino de USF, entre
sborough, Buddy Johnson, ha indicado que a partir del 21 de podra casarse ella y as resolver muchos otros, se pudo observar claramete el ab-
agosto y hasta el 2 de septiembre se podr votar de manera su. situacin migratoria muy soluto xito de la quincagsima entrega de becas
anticipada a las elecciones primarias del 5 de septiembre. Sola- rpido. Obtener el permiso de a estudiantes hispanos. El Comit Asesor Latino
mente aquellos que se hayan registrado antes del 7 de agosto en trabajp dentro de noventa das de USF est compuesto por los siguientes miem-
el Condado de Hillsborough podrn realizar su voto temprano y la residencia permanente en .
o anticipado en las siguientes bibliotecas pblicas: Jimmie cuatro o seis meses. Su otro hijo bros: Vievien A Olva, Marcel Aguirre, Braulio
B. Keel, Lutz Branch, Upper Tampa Bay, West Tampa, West no debera casarse con la novia, Alonso, Patsy Feliciano, Omar Garcia, Remember
Gate, Jan Kamminis Platt, New Tampa Regional, North Tampa ya que ella no tiene su estatus Maceo Gmez, Martn J. Hernndez, Jack Lamb,
Branch,College Hill Branch, Robert W. Saunders, Temple Terrace, migratorio legal en los Estados Christian Len, Joseph K. Lpez, Jorge Nef, Aileen
Thonotosassa Branch, Plant City Hall, Bloomingdale Regional Unidos. Si su hijo se casa con su Rodriguez, Maritza Rovira-Forino, Delia Snchez,
Riverview Branch. El horario en estas dependencias es de 10am a novia el trmite de iringracion William cheuerle, usan Valds,
6 pm. De igual manera, se puede votar en la Oficina del Supervi- se le cancelara automticafmente William Scheuerle, Susan Valds, Jos Valiente,
sor de Elecciones, localizada en piso 26 del 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. alcasarse. Es importante que su Marc Vila, Jos Vivero, Enrique A. Woodroffe,
de Tampa. Para ms informacin llame al (813)272-5850. hijo se mantenga soltero. Yamile Yarnoz y Donna Parrino.




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MUESTRA OFICIAL DEL TARJETN DE VOTACIN


ELECCIONES PRIMARIAS *

MARTES, 5 DE SEPTIEMBRE DEL 2006*CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH, FLORIDA


CONGRESSIONAL DELCONGRE-SO Procurador General ONADO
I(Vote por Uno) Comisionado del Condado
Senador de Los Estados Walter "Skip" CAMPBELL DEM O Distrito 1
(Vote por Uno) (Vote por Uno)
LeRoy COLLINS JR Merrilee EHRLICH DEM O
LeRoy COLLINS JR REP O Rose V. FERLITA REP O
Katherine HARRIS REP Jefe Oficial Financiero
(Vote por Uno) Don KRUSE REP O
William "Will" MCBRIDE REP O
Milt BAUGUESS REP O Gary SANTTI REP O
Peter MONROE, REP O
Randy JOHNSON REP O
S Representante en Congreso Tom LEE REP O Brad SWANSON REP O
Distrito 9 Comisionado del Condado
(Vote por Uno) LEGISLA O Distrito 3
Gus Michael BILIRAKIS REP O Senador Estatal (Vote por Uno)
David Domenic LANGHEIER REP O Distrito 10 Dorothy "Nicole" ADMIRE DEM O
Representante en Congreso (Vote por Uno)
Distrito 11 Chloe CONEY DEM O
Sandra L. MURMAN REP O
(Vote por Uno)
Kathy CASTOR DEM O Ronda STORMS REP O Kevin WHITE DEM O
Scott FARRELL DEM 0 Ray YOUNG REP O Comisionado del Condado
SSenador Estatal Distrito 4
Al FOX DEM O Distrito 16 (Vote por Uno)
Lesley Les" MILLER DEM O (Vote por Uno) Lisa RODRIGUEZ DEM O
MichaelA STEINBERG DEM O Kimberly "Kim" BERFIELD REP O Jam RO
Michael:A:;STEINBERG DEM 0 James ROWELL 0DEM
Frank FARKAS REP O
ESTADO. ''Senador Estatal NO PARTIDISTA
Gobernador y Vice-Gobernador Distrito 18 Juezde La Corte Circuito 13
(Vote por Uno) (Vote por Uno) Group 25
Charlie CRIST REP O Arthenia L. JOYNER DEM O (Vote por Uno)
Not Yet Designated
Tom GALLAGHER REP Gerald WHITE DEMRobert FOSTER O
Not Yet Designated Representante Estatal
Vernon PALMER REP O Distrito 59 Catherine W. REAL O
Not Yet Designated (Vote por Uno) Juez de La Corte Circuito 13
SMichael W. STEAN -- R 0- Juez de La Corte Circuito 13
Michael W. ST.JEAN REP O Hakim AQUIL DEM O Group 32
Not Yet Designated rou
Gobe r y Ve-Gr Warren Hope DAWSON DEM O (Vote por Uno)
Goberhador y Vice-Gobernador
(Vote por Uno) Betty REED DEM O Caroline J. TESCHE O
Glenn BURKETT DEM O Bernard SILVER O
Not Yet Designated
Carol CASTAGNEROC DEM O Elizabeth (Betsey) L. HAPNER O
Not Yet Designated .. CiA.
John M. CROTTY DEM O REFERENDA Cris A. DEBOCK 0
Not Yet Designated REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA
Jim DAVIS DEM O IMPOSITIVA MAXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL
Not Yet Designated
Rod SMITaH DEM 0 ESPECIAL SEPENDIENTE DE BLOMMINGDALE.
Not Yet Designated Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Juez de La Corte Circuito 13
Especial Dependiente de Bloomingdale a incrementar la Group 43
tasa impositiva de $100.00 a un monto que no exceder (Vote por Uno)
los $130.00 anuales por parcela residencial mejorada o
REFERNDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA por unidad de propiedad residencial mejorada. La tasa PaulT. JESKE O
IUVIA EN impositiva propuesta es suficiente para continuar con
IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL los servicios de mantenimiento existentes y Mitchell L. FRALEY O
ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE HAMMOCK WOODS lo ectos mantenimiento existentes y F
La Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Especial s KimberlyFERNANDEZ O
Dependiente de Hammock Woods recibir autorizacin 0 Juez de La Corte Circuito 13
para gravar un impuesto que no exceder los NO O G p
Cuatrocientos Dlares ($400.00) anuales por parcela REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA.TASA Vote r Uo
residencial. REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA. TASA (VoteporUno)
IMPOSITIVA MAXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL
SI O ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE BLOOMINGDALE John (Jay) F. RUDY O
NO. O OAKS.
REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA' TASA Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Emily PEACOCK O
IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL Especial Dependiente de Bloomingdale Oaks a Samantha L. WARD
ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE HUNTER'S LAKE establecer un impuesto que no exceder los $120.00
Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal anuales por parcela residencial. La actual tasa Jesse V. DOMINGUEZ O
Especial Dependiente de Hunter's Lake a incrementar la impositiva es insuficiente para continuar con los
tasa impositiva de $75.00 a.un monto que no exceder servicios de mantenimiento existentes y proyectados. Juez de La Corte Circuito 13
los $150.00 anuales por parcela residencial dentro del SI Group 45
distrito. La tasa impositiva propuesta es suficiente para NO O (Vote porUno)
continuar con los proyectos de mantenimientos
continuar con o prtados a fin de meantenimientos REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA Ashley Brooke MOODY O
.existentes y proyectados a fin*de mejorar el aspecto IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL
gene]de la IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL
eneral de la zona. ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE BUCKHORN Pat COURTNEY O
SI O ESTATES.
NO O Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Gary S. DOLGIN O
REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA Especial Dependiente de Buckhorn Estates a Miembro, Junta de Educacion
IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL establecer un impuesto que no exceder los $95.00 Distrito 2
ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE. DE INDIAN HILLS anuales por parcela. Los rditos fiscales se emplearn
HICKORY RIDGE exclusivamente para beneficio del Distrito Fiscal (Vote porUno)
Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Especial Dependiente de Buckhorn Estates, y sern Bart BIRDSALL .
Especial Dependiente de Indian Hills Hickory Ridge 11 destinados a la mejora y el mantenimiento de los
a establecer un-impuesto que no exceder los $150.00 espacios comunes y a futuros proyectos con vistas a Logan COBB O
anuales por parcela residencial. La actual tasa mejorar el aspecto y el funcionamiento general de la
impositiva es insuficiente para continuar con los zona. Candy OLSON O
servicios de mantenimiento existentes y proyectados. SI O Miembro, Junta de Educacion
si o NO o Distrito 4
No 0 (Vote por Uno)
REFERENDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA
IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL Jennifer P. FALIERO O
ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE NORTHDALE REFERNDUM PARA INCREMENTAR LA TASA
Se autorizar a la Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal IMPOSITIVA MXIMA EN EL DISTRITO FISCAL Hunter GAMBRELL O
Especial Dependiente de Northdale a incrementar en ESPECIAL DEPENDIENTE DE TARAWOOD Miembro, Junta de Educacion
$30.00 la tasa impositiva mxima actual de $100.00 La Junta de Directores del Distrito Fiscal Especial Distrito 6
anuales a $130.00 anuales por cada propiedad de Dependiente de Tarawood recibir plenas facultades (Vote porUno)
residencia unifamiliar (y su equivalente en propiedades para imponer un "impuesto especial del distrito" que no
comerciales). La tasa impositiva propuesta es exceda los $300.00 anuales por parcela residencial Ken ALLEN O
indispensable para continuar con los proyectos de dentro del distrito. La actual tasa impositiva es
mantenimiento existentes y proyectados, los proyectos insuficiente para continuar con los servicios de Stephanie Desmarais GEORGIADES O
de inversin y los servicios de seguridad. mantenimiento existentes y proyectados. April GRIFFIN O
SI O SI O
NO O NO O David L. "Dave" SCHMIDT O


Buddy Johnson
SUPERVISOR DE ELECCIONES, CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH
www.votehillsborough.org

Pgin 10/LA GACETA/Viernes,'1 de septiembre de 2006







Angelo Luciano, de 69 aos Willie Martnez de 32 Chillura y esposa Charlotte,
falleci en Tampa. Le sobrevive aos falleci. Le sobreviven sus 2 hermanos: Ray Garrido y
-su nico hijo Niki. 3-hijosAshton Martinez, Cirus Anibal Garrido, 4 nietos y 4
Josefina Rodriguez, de 75 Martnez y AiiiinaMartinez, bisnietos.
aos falleci. Le sobreviven su su madre Carmen, su hermano Jos Naranjo, de 71 afos
Mercedes "Mercy" Irene lvarez y una hermana Raquel hija Beverly y su- nica nieta Jess Agosto, as.como varios falleci. Le. sobreviven su es-
Delgado, de 93 aos falleci. Prez. Amelie Scarbriel. sobrinos y sobrinas. posa, Oneida Ocampo-Naran-
Le sobreviven su esposo Aure- Florenzo "Larry"Anticoli, Armando Ruz, de 87 aos Dora-G Russo, de 87 aos jo,. su hijo Rolando Naranjo;
lio Delgado Jr., suhijo John C. de 91 aos falleci; Le sobre- de edad falleci. Le sobreviven falleci. Era la hija de Lucas hijas Maria Rodriguez y Felicita
Prida, su hija Denise Delgado viven su esposa Mary (Hresko) su esposa Lorenza y su hijo y Guillermina Garrido. Le Camacho, su hermano Julin
Shea, 8 nietos y 10 bisnietos. Anticoli, un hijo George M. An- Armando. sobreviven su hijo Anthony Naranjo y 7 nietos.
Inz Mero, de 84 aos ticoli, una hija Cara B. Anticoli,' -
falleci en Tampa. Le sobreviven 3 nietos y 3 bisnietos.
su esposo James, 4 hijas Mary Isabel R Lpez, falleci. Le
Mero, Carole Paul; DonnaWolfe sobreviven su esposo, un hijo,
y Pamela Farris; 3 hijos James: una hija y varios nietos.
Neal y Mark Mero, un hermano, Mario Molinari, de 82 aos
Ammon Miner, 22 nietos y 29 falleci. Le. sobreviven dos hi' Funeral Home
bisnietos y un tataranieto. jos Robert Molinari y Michael lu o i~f { t-pfl f
Francisca Torres, falleci. Molinari y 4 nietos Timothy j 0 K 0 O OC
Le sobreviven 2 hijas Nidia Molinari, Michael J. Molinari, 1 3932 35 08
Picart y Ligia Roque, 4 nietos, 8 Nicole Molinari y Cristn Mo- 32' -
bisnietos, un hermano Rauldel linari. Pre-Arranged Funera &
Jpamly Owned erated re-Arranged Funeral &
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est localizado 3 millas al sur de State Road 674 y al final de IN ANDFOR HILLSBOROUGH Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
la. calle 24th Southeast. El evento est. abierto a todo el pblico. COUNTY, FLORIDA F05016296 9/1-9/8/06 2T BARRED.
Para ms informacin llamar al (813)641-8545 o visite el portal CASE NO. 0-06960-CA DIVISION J RIOD T FORTHABOVE AY CIM
www.campbayou.org. MORTGAGEELECTRONIC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. AS THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
Cont a M sic de M e NOMINEE FOR CHASE HOME IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH DEATH IS BARRED.
Contin ll usical de M ujeres FINANCE, LLC AND CHASE HOME COUNTY, FLORIDA The date of first publication'of this notice
FINANCE LLC, -CIVIL ACTION publicatinis August 25, 2006.noice
El teatro Jaeb del Centro de las Artes de Tampa (TBPC) Pain ffLL, CASE NO. 06-CA-4903 DIVISION H ugu 21200
continuar vs. 03 DVSlNH Signed on August 21,2006..
continuar .presentando hasta el 10 de septiembre el exitoso vs.BANKOFAMERICA N.A. PerirRapres. tatve:
-musical,-La Menopausia` -n stese-exponen-todas las facetas e ARW:KUNZETJR-.etal,-- PlainAtiff, SUSA .p BULGER
del proceso de envejecimiento de las mujeres. Cuatro mujeres vsNOTICE OF FE SE 2405 Ardson Place, #503A
exponsNOIC OF FORECLOSURE SALE WALLACE R. BELL, et al, Tampa, FL 33629
exponen sus casos y sus tribulaciones con la menopausia NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Defendant(s). Attorney for Personal Representative:
a travs del humor y de canciones de los 60's. Ms de 26 a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE E. JACKSON BOGGS
fragmentos de canciones famosas son presentados durante dated August 28, 2006, and entered in NOTI HEREY N t Florida Bar No. 007206
el evento. Los boletos son a $28.50 y se pueden 0( adquirir Case NO. 05-06960CA of the Circuit N E IS HEREY GEN pursu o FOWLER WHITE BOGGSBANKER P.A.
Court ofthe THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure Post Office Box 1438
llamando al (813)229-7827o al 1(800)955-1045. Los horarios inand for HILLSBOROUGH County, Flor- dated August 24, 2006, and entered in pa, F 1
ida wherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC Case NO. 06-CA-4903 of the Circuit Cou Tampa,: FL33601 148
son los viernes a las 7 pm sbados a las 2 y 7pm y domingos REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC AS of the THRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in Telephon: (813)222-1148
a la 1 y 6:30 pm. NOMINEE FOR CHASE HOME FINANCE and fr HILLSBOROUGH County, Florida 8/25-9/1/06 2T
LLC AND CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC wherein BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., is the
Aud ciones de 1 sica e USF is the Plaint and OSCARW. KUNE, Plaintiff and WALLACE R. BELL; VICKIE
JR; the Plaintiff and OSCARPW. KUNZE, L. BELL; NASSAU POINTE AT HERI-
OSCAR W. KUNZE, JR: N/K/A DARLA TAGE ISLES HOMEOWNERS ASSOC- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El Departamento de Msica de la- Universidad del Sur de KUNZE; VICKEY HERNDON; ANY AND ATION, INC.; are.the Defendants, I will THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
la-Florida (USF) estar realizando audiciones para ms de ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING sell to the highest and best bidder for IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, George COUNTY, FLORIDA
10 diferentes bandas, orquestas y otros destacados grupos. THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- Edgecomb Courhouse, 2nd Floor, Room CIVIL ACTION
Ms de 400 estudiantes de msica y de otras reas estarn FENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN 201/202, Tampa; Florida 33602, at 2:00 CASE NO. 06-004096-CA DIVISION K
TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER PM, on the 28th day of September, 2006,
tocando fragmentos de obras orquestales, sinfonas, piezas DUNN the following described property as set DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
de jazz e incluso pera, ante un jurado calificador. Para ms AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, forh in said Final Judgment: COMPANY, A TRUSTEE FORA
informacin sobre el evento se puede llamar a Jennifer al DEVSEES GRANTEES, OR OTHER LOT 6, BLOCK 18, NASSAU POINT CARRINGTON HOME E200 Y LOA
(813)974-6853. CLAIMANTS; UNITED STATES OF TOWNHOMES AT HERITAGE ISLES TRUST, SERIES 2005-NC4 ASSET
(813)974-6853. AMERICA ON BEHALF OF THE U.S PHASE 1, ACCORDING TO THE BACKEDPASS-THROUGH
SDEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & URBAN PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN CERTIFICATES,
DEVELOPMENT; STATE OF FLORIDA- PLAT BOOK 86, PAGE 95, OF THE Plaintiff,
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; are the PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOR- vs.
S2Defendants, I.will sell to the highest and QUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. DAVID GUESS A/K/A DAVID A. GUESS,
best bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs A/K/A 18189 PARADISE POINTE et al,
B Street, George Edgecomb Courthouse, DRIVE, TAMPA, FL 33647. Defendan(s).
JL2nd Floor, Room 201/202, Tampa, Flor- Any person claiming an interest inthe NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
S;N,. toda 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the 25th day of surplus from the sale, if any, other than NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
September, 2006, the following described the property owner as of the date of the a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
Sproperty as set forth in said Final Lis Pendens must file a claim within dated August 17, 2006, and entered in
A.y rJudgmen F t: sixty (60)days after the sale. Case NO. 06-004096-CA of the Circuit
Familiascomo la suya... A PORTON OF THE FOLLOWING f you are a person with a disability who Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Cir-
DESCRIBED TRACT: needs any accommodation in order to cuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH County,
La funeraria de Boza y Roel contina esa tradicin asistiendo a THE WEST 1/2 OF THE NORTH- participate in this proceeding, you are Florida wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
familias en Tampa durante estos moments tan dificiles. Boza y Roel le WEST 1/4 OF THE-NORTHEAST 1/4 entitled, t no cost to you, to the provision TIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUST-
ofrece dignos servicos funerarios, accesibles aSECTON 27, TOWNSHP 30 SOUTH, of certain assistance. Please contact the EE FOR CARRINGTON HOME EQUTY
ofrece dignos servicios funerarios, accesibles a familias como la suya. RANGE 22, EAST, HILLSBOROUGH Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2005-NC4 AS-
S***-* COUNTY, FLORIDA: sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL SET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CER-
II funerario di Boza e Roel prosegue quella trazione assistendo a le COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, TIFICATES, is the Plaintiff and DAVID
famiglie in Tapa durante quest moen cos difficile. Boza e Roel gi CORNER OF THE ABOVE-DE- within 2 working days of your receipt of GUESS A/K/A DAVID A. GUESS;
famiglie iTampdurante questi moenti cosi difficile. Boza e Roel gli PROPE GO THENCE his document; if you re hearing or voice PATRICIA SOOKRAM; ANY AND ALL
offrono degni servizi funerari, accessibili per famiglie como la vostra. SOUTH ALONG THE WEST BOUND- impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
ARY OF THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
SPROPERTY A DISTANCE OF 1320.00 this Court on August 24, 2006. FENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KIIOWN
Boza and Roel Funeral Home continues'the traton of assst FEETGO THENCE EASTERLAugust 24, 2006. FENDANT(S) WHO ARELNOT KNOWN
families in Tampa during their most difficult moments- Boza and Roel ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUND- Clerk of the Circuit Court SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
offers you honorable funeral serjvces, available to familiesike yours.i ARY OF THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED By: Sandra Glennon AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
.... : : ...: .'*'**'** ;;; ':, o, -' ;<,i- PROPERTY A DISTANCE OF 120.00 By: S G n A INTEREST AS SP O HETRS.
4730 N; Armenia Ave., Tamp a," F d FEET; GO, THENCE NORTHERLY A Deputy Clerk DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
.. ... meia Ae., Tamp, Florida DISTANCE OF 600.00 FEET; GO Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski CLAIMANTS; TENANT #1 N/K/A SHER-
1-;';;K:^ : ;... WES-. F P.O. Bo' 2iu RY ANN SEENATH: TENANT. #2 are the
w.bozaroel.com. 877-7676 SeHablaEs l THENCE WESTERLY 105.00 FEET; P.O. Box 25018 Defendants, I will sell to the highest and
_________________ GO NORTHERLY A DISTANCE OF Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 best bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs
20 BOUDARY O THE ABOVEDE F6008468 9/1-9/8/06 2T Street, George Edgecomb Courthouse,
BOUIDARY OF THE ABOVE-DE- 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, Tampa,
SCRIBED PROPERTY; GO THENCE Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the 12th
WESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH: day of September, 2006, the following
ERN BOUNDARY OF THE ABOVE- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR desribed propeery as set tfooh in said
DESCRIBED PROPERTY A DIS- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Final Judgment:
TANCE OF 15.00 FEET TO THE PROBATE DIVISION
POINT OF BEGINNING. LOT 2, BLOCK 2, TWELVE OAKS
PNFile No. 06-2121 Division: A VILLAGE, UNIT NO. 2, ACCORDING
// /LOTOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME IN RE: ESTATE OF TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
n LOCATED THEREON AS A FIXTURE WILLIAM W. BULGER, ED IN PLAT BOOK 47, PAGE 40 OF
ANO APPURTENANCE THERETO THE PULICR OR O H
BEINGDESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Deceased. THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLS-
TBEING.DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Deceased. BOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN MEMORY OF: 2002 JACOBSEN CLASSIC MANU- NOTICE TO CREDITORS A/K/A 7612 PALMBROOK DRIVE,
John Tayr FACTURED HOME; 42 X 56. SERIAL Th administration of the estate of TAMPA, FL 33615.
Joln Taylor Emilia Rivera # JAC FL 22675 A/B/C. WILLIAM W. BULGER, deceased, whose Any person claiming an interest in the
Nicki J. Bond Nicolas Flores FOLIO#: 093869-0000. date of death was July 31, 2006; File surplus from the sa!e. if any, other than
Armando Ruiz R A/K/A 10502 LITHIA PINECREST Number 06-2121, is pending in the Circuit he property owner as of the date of the
Armando Ruiz Julio R. Garca ROAD, LITHIA, FL 33547. Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Lis Pendens must file a claim within
Felipe M. Cruz Jesus Bencomo Any person claiming an interest in the 800 E. Twiggsn, addsspo wh sixy (60) days af er Tthp, sale.
Richard Brown Melia Ferreira surplus from the sale, if any, other than 33602. Th nams and addresss of the If you are a person with a disability who
the property owner as of the date of the personal representative and the personal needs any accommodation in order to
Emilio Santana Mara T. Surez Lis Pendens must file a claim within representative's attorney are set forth participate in this proceeding, you are
sixty (60) days after the sale. entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
ina on ce Marotta f ouare a peron with a diabilit wh beow of certain assistance. Please contact the
Guarina Mason If you are a person with a disability who All creditors of the decedent and other Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi-
Alfonso LaRocca Mary E. Warwick oeeds any accommodation in order to persons having claims or demands against sion. 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL
ioty rti ario o articiate n his roceedig, you are decedent's estate, on whom a copy of 33602, telephone no. 276-8100 ext 7252,
Timothy J. Curtin Mario Maldonado entitled, at no cost fo you, to the provision this notice is required to be served, must within 2 working days of your receipt of
oh.J Pillips, Sr. Josefina Rodriguez certain assistance Pease contact he file their claims with this court WlTH this document; if you are hearing or voice
J.ohn.J: Philips, S.oe Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
William C. Moates Guillermo Luciano sin 800 Eas Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL TIME OF THE FRST PUBLICATION OF WTNESS MY HAN a8055 seal of
Williami D. Britt III Pd O io 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE his Courof on Augs 18 2006
Wilian D. Bitt III Pedro Ocavio Reyes within 2 working days of your receipt of DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF thi Court on August 182006
Migdalia Gonzalez de Revilla Francesco Ippolito a/k/a Frank this document; it you are hearing or voice THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Pat Frank
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. Clerk of the Circuit Courf
uiseppina Coppola a/k/a Josephine .WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of other persons having claims or demands By: Sandra Glennon
this Court on August 29, 2006. against decedent's estate must file their Deputy Clerk
7209 North Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa 931-1833 Pat Frank claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
Clerk of the Circuit Court AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST P.O. Box 25018
Se Habla Espaol By: Sandra Glennon PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
Deputy Clerk ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN F06006878 8/25-9/1/06 2T

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E. 18th Ave. Martes, 12 de Septiembre del 2006
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Paradas de autobs: E. 17th Ave Jornada informativa a puertas abiertas
Autobs No. 5- E. C-oumbus Dr. Hora: 5:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M.
termina su recorrido a las 9:30 P.M. -
Autobs No. 15- C 15, Ave Presentacin a las 6 P.M.
termina su recorrido a las 10 P.M. I -o
A r-te- z z z Direccin: New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Ambos paran delante de la iglesia E. 14th Ave.
situada en Columbus Drive --4 2511 E. Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33605
y la 25 Street.

Tampa Bay Water recibir los comentarios del pblico en referencia a dos proyectos que estn siendo actualmente propuestos para abastecer las futuras
necesidades de agua potable en la regin: "Mejoras aguas abajo" y "Aumento aguas abajo."
El proyecto "Mejoras aguas abajo" involucra fases que sacan mutuo partido para suministrar los 45 millones de galones diarios de agua potable que la regin
necesitar hasta el 2025. Cada fase incrementara la cantidad de agua potable a medida que fuese necesario, de manera que el costo de desarrollo ira a la par con
el incremento de la demanda. Las primeras dos fases del proyecto "Mejoras aguas abajo" podran suplir la demanda de agua en el 2012. Estas fases incluiran: la
modificacin de los permisos existentes de Tampa Bay Water en el Ro Hillsborough y el Tampa Bypass Canal, y la ampliacin de la Planta de Tratamiento de
Aguas Superficiales.
El proyecto "Aumento aguas abajo" propone sacar agua del Ri Hillsborough y del Tampa Bypass Canal para suplir el suministro de agua potable destinado a la
regin ms all del 2012, reemplazando dicho suministro con aguas residuales altamente tratadas, procedentes de la Planta de Tratamiento Howard F. Curren, de
la Ciudad de Tampa.
Se espera que la Junta Directiva de Tampa Bay Water, en su reunin del 16 de octubre del 2006, tome una decisin sobre cul de los dos proyectos va a
emprender.
Personal capacitado de Tampa Bay Water estar presente durante toda la sesin para responder preguntas con respecto a los dos
proyectos y/ recibir comentarios. Habr una presentacin a las 6 P.M. TAM PA
BAYO
Tamrpa Bay Water proporciona grandes cantidades de agua a los sevicios pblicos de los condados de Hillsborough, Pasco y W ATlER
Pinellas, y las ciudades de New Port Richey. St. Petersburg, y Tampa. Para obtener ms informiacin sobre Tampa Bay Water, por Buppwlynr Wat-To'i R9ion
favor visite nuestro pgina web: www.tampabaywater.org.
Cualquier persona que necesite de servicios especiales para asistir a esta reunidn, como estd establecido por eli Acta para Americanos 2575 Enterprise Road
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Sa million casualties inflicted each shriek.
h ild I th 1on _the British in their sui- "Fine little chap! He'll1 be
Ci cidal attack on the Somme. first rate Sergeant Major by
The French struggles on in age of 17."
At the age of 5, Ronald Cole- singularly unsuited to trench men. Only his face, cradled by Verdun, and the Germans, no "Oh please, Ronald, do give
man III, Earl of Heresford, son warfare, and both armies had his steel helmet, stuck out of one can figure' out how, had the boy a chance to grow up.
of Colonel Ronald Coleman II, bogged down to muddy, sloppy the muck. He could not move. taken a million casualties in Seventeen is too young."
colonel of the Black and Tan trench warfare. There would He yelled but no one could the combined assaults. The "Damn you, woman. I'll wa-
Lancers, gave notice that he be no "Charge of the Light hear him above the artillery ground battle churned on until ger I'll have him ready by 16.
intended to join the regiment Brigade" in this war. barrage. And, of course, they 1918. "Oh, Ronald, you're such
at an early age. He was 5 years Then the French got caught were all dead. No one made the insane an ass.
old. in a brutal killing match in Ver- At the end of the third day suggestion that Calvary could "I'11 run you through with
"Pass the butter, Ronald," dun. Half a million men died of being buried alive, when be used in a ground attack on the Regimental Saber of Com-
said the colonel in his mild in the first month. They yelled even the Colonel had given up the Western Front again. mand and no court in the land
educated voice. at the British for help. Haig hope, a minenwerfel exploded The Black and Tan Lancers would condemn me."
The boy pushed his chair had just such an offensive in nearby. It was so powerful it soldiered on, merely as toys "Oh, Ronald, in addition to
back, stood with his back stiff mind. He was dying to go into made all the surrounding mud on display for special occa- the consummate-ass you are,
at rigid attntion, his balled battle. He was dying to use his and bodies fly in all directions. sions. On parade, they were Sir, you're also a complete
up fist at his side, and in the Calvary! He threw a week-long Dead bodies; and nearly dead, an outstanding body of men. jerk."
screeching shriek voice of artillery barrage at the German were flying into the air! Their red tunics were as red as And he would too have made
a master sergeant's parade lines, and their first line disin- Colonel Coleman barely any regiment. They marched Regimental Sar Major but for
ground voice, "The butter tegrated. But the second line aware of his flight through the on solemn perfection. And-for the Regimental Curse, which
Sirrrrr!" his foot stomped the had not. It was a strong line of air landed at the dugout door- 300 years they had a Ronald burst forth in this regiment af-
ground and he passed the wire, mines and many machine step of the Adjutant of the regi- Coleman command. ter beig absent for 50 years.
butter. guns. The Brits hit that. ments who viewed the muddy The lack of Ronald Coleman The Regimental Curse was
"Well done Ronald!" his eyes In the first morning that bloody get up with distaste. II caused some worries at last seen in the Boer War at
glittered. the British went over the top, "Ah, Coleman, I say bloody the barracks for the old man. the turn of the century. The
"Sir!" he stomped his foot 17,000 casualties were record- hell, where have you been Ronald Coleman II was barely regiment was called in 1905
and sat stiffly. "Well done ser- ed, for the gain ofone mile. The the last three days? Skulking alive, all patched together with to plug the Malfi :pass when
geant." second day, a breach in the about? And look at your kit. tubes, wires, stitches and arti- Shiek-A-Kassal was attacking
"My word," said his beauti- Jerry line was spotted. Bloody awful." ficial parts. It was considered the small army outpost.
ful mother. "I think he should "Just the spot for the old "But, sir, I was buried alive," unlikely that he could impreg- The Regiment lay in their
take supper at the regimental Black and Tans. One big Cav- the Colonel tried to report as nate his lovely wife, but to trenches waiting for the final
mess." alry charge and we'll be in men dugmud out ofhis mouth, assume that was to overlook attack of hundreds of zealous
"Oh please, mumsy. Please behind their lines, raising He was amass ofbrokenbones the hardiness and toughness fuzzy, wuzzies. Just as they
do." He pleaded in a little boy's hell with the old lancers, eh and bloody wounds. A large of the Colonel, who lay hidden were about to quit their insane
voice. what." clump of mud, containing all in alump of mud and blood for dancing, the colonel felt his
"Say goodnight to your.ma- Haig desperate for any pos- his teeth, was spit out. three days. As he willed himself Sprong vibrate. He knew what
ter, Ronald. You shan't see her sible answer to the bloody "Oh, very well. Get to field to live, so he did will himself to was ahead. If he waited for it
again until you are Sar' Major deadlocked shook Colonel headquarters. First-aid tent. impregnate his young wife. "It to take effect, they would al be
of the Regiment." Coleman's hand. "Have a go As soon as you are patched shall be done, Sir!" slaughtered. Riding his white
So began the training of Ronald, at the Old Bloody up, come back for duty. Off charger in front of his men,
Ronald Coleman, the youngest Boche." He turned to the map you go." Part II he ordered an all out frontal
cadet the regiment ever had. table. "And ..." Six men carried him on a Little Ronald Coleman III attack.
The Colonel had three strap- "Sar?" Colonel snapped to stretcher to surgery. A team (cadet) The battle was brutal, but
ping young men. Each has attention. of surgeons began a series of Impregnate her he damn at the end of the day, only one
joined the regiment at a young "Good luck!" He touched the operations that would last to well did, sir aid a fine carbon side stood erect on the bloody
age. Each became Sar' Majors bill of his hat, indicating the 1927 to complete. It would copy of the Colonel the baby battlefield.
at the age of 18. By the time Colonel was to toddle-along. be 1928 before he could seat boy proved to be. Even his cries The colonel lay in his aid-de-
the. regiment went to France Three hours later Colo- a horse and review the Regi- in bed had the sound of the camp's arms, a scimitar slash
in 1916, they were all lieuten- nel' Ronald Coleman II found ment. drill field shriek of NCO's when across his chest. His Sprong,
ants. The colonel was sure they himself buried in mud, muck, Meanwhile, his three sons giving drill commands. vibrating violently split open.
would survive,-forCavaly was bones, and badly wounded were among the almost half The colonel beamed with A coiled wire from inside un-
coiled with the dreaded sound,
"Sprongeeee" as it uncoiled
ClTY OF TAMPA inside the Sprong and caused
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT it to fly with the force of a bul-
REQUEST FOR let off his chest and into the
PROPOSALS forehead of his concerned aid-
Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special de-camp who fell back with a
Acts, Laws of Florda, sealed Request surprised look on his face. The
for Proposals for the furnishing of the curse of the Sprong was among
following will be received by the Direc- them.
tor of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his
office until Quick! Take the cords of the
2:30 PM ON 9/29/06 Colonel and bury them! The
FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER three men did so, quickly.
EDUCATIONANDCOUNSELING "Damned curse of the
SERVICES Sprong!" said the Colonel and
zOur Business Ltigation attorneys afre avaiable to handale PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING TO BE went to is tent wit a fever,
HELD AT 9:30 AM ON 9/14/06tent with a eve
yo leude: then and thereafter to be publicly happy his quick thinking saved
opened and read. Request for Propos- the Regiment.
Coputer ad Te nooy Disputes Labor and Epoyent Dsputeals are available at the Purchasing De- However tardy, I must clari-
partment (Phone No. 813/274-8351). fy the Sprong curse if one is to
nteectuaDated: 9/1/06 make any sense of the Sprong
Cotract Negotiations and Dispute R Estate LitiqatiDGregory K. Spearman, CPPO curse.
Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa curse.
306 E. Jackson St.. Tampa, FL 33602 A Sprong is a bullet-like
9/1/061T cone of metal of shiny copper,
which holds the end of the
white cords worn by crack cav-
alry awarded for distinguished
CITY OF TAMPA service. The Black and Tans
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT wore three cords, which meant
INVITATION TO BID six Sprongs; more than anyone
R ADAD CASS L in the British Army. The cords
Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the are made of many metal wires
following will be received by the Di- are made of many metal wires
rector of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in coiled around each other like
his office until telephone wire. No one can
3:00 PM ON 9/8/06 trace when it happened first,
NOVELL SOFTWARE AND but it seems to happen only to
the Black and Tans.
3:30 PM ON 9/8/06
BALLROOM MOLDING
For more information, contact: 2:30 PM ON 9/20/06 What happened was tightly
Steven Burton FOOD SERVICES FOR DISASTER coiled wires in the head of the
RECOVERY Sprong would start to uncoil,
Managing Partner, Tampa Office PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT then unravel, then picking
SAmSouth Building -9:30 AM ON 9/8/06 then unravel, then picking
100 North Tampa Street then and thereafter to be- publicly up speed they would create a
a as :Suite 3500 opened and read. Bid documents are force until they would explode
available at the Purchasing Depart- free, making a dreadful sound:
Tampa,FL33602 ment(PhoneNo. 813/274-8351). Sprongeeeeeeeeee and the
813.225.3020 Dated: 9/1/06 Spring would fly loose to cause
sburton@broadandcassel.com Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO its injuries. A real Sprong at-
Director of Purchasing ta cude A re g-
CityofTampa, FL tack could decimate the regi
t should not be basetI solely upon advertisemnents. 306 E. Jackson St., Tampa, FL 33602 ment. It was a fearful thing.
tfr mtion aboul our quali[ications rand ex:perience.
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(Continued from page i) with three challengers Leroy
stare on all their clothes? Collins Jr., William "Will" Me-
***** Bride and PeterMonroe. We think
The Hillsborough County Bar Collins will come in second. There
Association Judicial Preference is no runoffin this race.
Poll results were released this Congress, District 9
week. The poll is a measure of Republican Opyrighted ater
what lawyers think of candidates Gus Michael Bilirakis will
for judges. annihilate his opponent David Syndicated Content
Here are some highlights and Langheier.
lowlights from the poll: Congress, District 11 Available from Commercial News Providers"
No lawyers polled "highly ap- Democrat
proved" of Chris Debock. He was This race has too many men
the onlycandidate to achieve such and because of that Kathy Cas-
a notorious statistic. tor is the likely winner, with Les
Betsey Hapner had the high- Miller a close second. As far as
est number of disapprovals. Out we can tell, there has been no
of 373 who expressed an opinion, polling in this race so an upset is
324 did not approve of her. not unheard of, but it would be
Catherine Real ran second in surprising. Scott Farrell, Al Fox
this category. Out of 288 opinions, and Michael Steinberg will fight
243 were negative. for third. Our guess is Fox by just
Her opponent, Robert Fster, a few votes. starts to become the deciding fac- School Board District 2
has the most approvals. Out of426 Governor Republican tors. We think .this election will Incumbent Candy Olson will
who hadan opinion, 405ither ap- Charlie Crist will vanquish Tom favor the ladies in these down score an easyvictory over Bart
proved or highly approved of him. Gallagher by a healthy margin, ballot races but this one might be Birdsall and Logan Cobb. She
*The most popular ron-incum- which means that the far right the exception. Robert Foster is the should have enough votes to avoid
bent was Bernard Silver with 306 Christian fundamentalist wing incumbent, has received all the a runoff.
highly approves, 65 approves and of the Republican Party is not endorsements and his opponent, School Board District 4
19 do not approves. as strong as Gallagher thought. Catherine Real, is not receiv- Incumbent Jennifer Faliero
*** Maybe other Republicans will find ing support from her profession. will stave off a weak challenge by
S t the courage to stop pandering to Even with all of this, we think Hunter Gambrell.
Jonas Sirthdawith ceebrated his the extrem wing of the GOP. Foster will win by the narrowest School Board District 6
97th birthday with friends at he Governor Democrat of margins and we would not be This race should go to a runoff
Columbia Restaurant on Wednes Jim Davis has consistently led surprised to see an upset. betweenApril Griffin and KenAl-
dy. Sheriff David Gee attended in the polls, but these polls have Circuit Court Judge Group 32 len. Griffin has worked hard and
and presented Jonas, who is continuedto show a large number This race will result in a runoff Allen has the CTA and Tribune
friend of law eforcement, with a of undecided. There's a feeling between Caroline Tesche and ei- endorsement, plus he's married
gold sheriff's badgeandmade him that Rod Smith is slowly closing ther Bernard Silver or Elizabeth into a large andinfluential fam-
an honorary deputy. the gap with help and money from, (Betsey) Hapner. The fourth can- ily. David "Dave" Schmidt and
***** the evil U.S. Sugar, who has be- didate, Chris Debock, will place a Stephanie Desmarais Georgiades
It is now time for us to prognos- come Rod's sugar daddy. Time has distant fourth. We feel comfortable will be eliminated.
ticate, to look in the crystal ball, run out for Rod Smith's bid. Davis predicting Tesche because she's a *****
to see into the future and make will win with 53 percent. woman and she's first on the list. The Tampa Tribune has re-
our fearless predictions for the Attorney General Democrat Silver should beat Hapner but ceived some etters t.the editor
September 5 election. We believe and hope that Wal- he's the wrong sex and the Bible about thir non-endorsement of
First, let's talk about turn- ter "Skip" Campbell, Jr. wins this belt in East County isn't too kind a qualified black candidate. The
out. As of Wednesday, 14,808 primary. His opponent, Merrilee to Jewish candidates. That's why letters accused the Tribune of
Hillsborough County citizens Ehrlich, is not playing with a full the race between these two will continuing a legacy of supporting
voted at one of our 20 early vot- deck and in our opinion mailed be close. white andidateseracks.
ing sites. If early voting continues the worst campaign photo EVER Circuit Court Judge Group 43 Well, w'll jump on the band-
as is, then by its last day, which to the news media. Kim Fernandez beats her two wagon. The Tribune also failed to
is Saturday, the count should be Chief Financial Officer male opponents, Paul Jeske and supportthree qualified Hispanic
just under 20,000. But there is no Republican Mitchell Fraley. But, Mr. Jeske candidates in three *aces. They
evidence that early voting is going Tom Lee will move on to the gets enough votes to go to a runoff instead picked the white candi-
to drive the turnout up. It's more General Election, having dis- with Ms. Fernandez. dates. This is also a tradition. If
likely that these early voters are pensed with Randy Johnson. Circuit Court Judge Group 44 all things are equal then the Trib
dedicated voters who would have State Senate District'10 We feel Emily Peacock and goes with the non-minority.
voted on Election Day if that was Republican Samantha Ward go into a runoff *,,*
the only option. We predict Florida will lose and but Jesse Dominguez could draw T S S
Also as of Wednesday, 18,630 Ronda Storms will win in district enough votes to upset one of the Springs wate
people had. requested absentee 10. We hope not, we pray not, but ladies and advance to the second ower 1279acre site has been
ballots but only 7,500 voted with it appears the witch has put East round. John (Jay) F. Rudy will rezoned from xed residential
an absentee ballot. If this trend Hillsborough under some voodoo have to try again. commercial to recreation/open
continues, then only 50 percent spell. Will Sandy Murman come in Circuit Court Judge Group 45 space. This nds any speculation
of the.requestors will actually vote second or will Ray Young edge her We think each of these candi- that the site will besold and en-
by this method. It was originally out? We'll go out on a limb and say dates -Ashley Brooke Moody, Pat sure the creation of a future park
thought that the absentee request Young by a few votes over Murman. Courtney and Gary Dolgin will or playground.
would be as high as 25,000, which State Senate District 16 divide votes with roughly a third
is not going to happen. This is an Republican each. Ms. Moody will draw the Thisisthelastweekendfor "Bod-
indicator that turnout is going to Kim Berfield will beat Frank most and move on to a runoff. Pat ies," the exhibition at MOSI.
be low. Farkas in a close race. Courtney is likely to be number *****
A good primary election should State Senate District 18 two and join her. Florida media needs to learn
have a 35 percent turnout. We Democrat County Commission District 1 how to handle reporting on minor
don't think this is going to be a Arthenia Joyner is an institu- Republican tropical storms and weak hur-
good one. With contested primary tion in East Tampa and will win Rose Ferlita will whip her three ricanes. Our television reporters
races for both parties for governor over Gerald White. male opponents Brad Swanson, give the same treatment to a
you'd think Floridians would be State Representative District 59 Gary Santti and Don Kruse. We storm with a 40-mile per hour
excited, but alas, they are not. We Democrat hope people will remember that gust as one with 140 mph winds.
think turnout statewidewillbe 25 Warren Hope Dawson is also Swanson is Sam Rashid's -can- Those watching television on
percent or lower with local turn- an institution in East Tampa but didate and that this is Rashid's Monday and Tuesday would have
out slightly higher at 28 percent. we are predicting an upset with second major loss. cancelled plans for the rest of
This means out of 625,000 vot- Betty Reed taking the win in a County Commission District 3 the week. Florida has too many
ers in Hillsborough County, only close race. We think Hakim Aquil Democrat encounters with these storms to
- 175,000 will perform their duty in will take just enough of the men's This race has tightened up. We go into a panic everytime. The
our great democracy and vote. The vote from Dawson to help the lady, predict Kevin White will edge out media's hype gave residents a
rest will drive around with a little Ms. Reed, take first. Chloe Coney by a few votes with sense of impending doom when
American flag sticker on their car, Circuit Court Judge Group 25 Dorothy Admire placing a distant the reporters should have encour-
professing patriotism. Here's where predicting be- third. aged cautious awareness.
***** comes more difficult. Nobody County Commission District 4 *****
U.S. Senate Republican knows these judicial candidates Democrat Millwright business manager
Katherine Harris is going to and the voters seem not to care. Lisa Rodriguez will win the Steve Cothron explians what ex-
easily win this race and could get With little interest, the look of a primary against her opponent, actly a Millwright is in this week's
over 50 percent of the vote, even name or the gender of candidate James Rowell. Silhouettes.
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I 1 (Continued from page 13) his masterful way. There was
Part III a momentary. glitch as troops
Ronald Coleman III searched, shuffled and then
S. Takes Command obeyed.
It was to be the final dress "Right! At halfpace.forward
parade of the year and the march! The troops were aware
entire Regiment was up for it. thatthis was in the opposite di-
All jackets were tested as to rection they should be headed.
the vibrancy of their red color. This would 'take them out of
Their reputation was that they the fiont gate into the packed
had the reddest tunics in-the street.
entire British Army. Front guards ran to stop
The yai- coming to a close traffic and make way for a
also meant the final ceremony full Regiment of Calvary. The
for the Sar' Major retiring af- people cheered.
ter 30 years of active service. Out of the.gate they came at
He had the honor and du-ty f a trot.: God!:What to do. First
Endorsed by Equality Florida and Watermark :training Sergeant Ronald Cole- day as Sergeant Major and Im
man III to follow him and that in the middle of this- Spring
highest of post, Regimental Curse, andthe troops are run-
Sgt. Major. ning up themain drag, which
The boy had grown:up in the was packed, by cheerintg civil-
S Ibarracks since he was 6 years, ansj Why? tHe slowed them
old. The regiment loved him. down to a professional slow
His father, now an ancient.fig- march. The troops responded
ure, Sir General Ronald Cole- by putting on a show of fine
n )1 man II, as immensely proud marhing. Ahead, a company
of the boy. So this Saturday of show. horses had cleared
e afternoori they turned out to theway forte full regiment to
a final dress parade rehearsal, hit their stide.:As soon as the
a simple run throuigh thi- cheering started, Roiald sig-
Politica advjerising paid forandapproveby abrtrdsal candidate nfO ht board ia Jdistf^ ron partin. had. done every Saturday of' naled-for the pipes nd drums
the year. to hit the-mnusic; loud and
..This was very important clear. The croWd went mad.
to Ronald Coleman III, for it Then as they hit High Street
.omarked the. day he would bean inpossyiY loud vell was
01i, gg .d prIomoted to Sar' .Major and heard .
henceforth, he would lead the "What the hell. That's not for
Regiment. us." Ronald thought.
They marched in the parade It wasn't
ground in front of the Palace in At the vey moment the regi-
splendid order. The day was ment came into view, the televi-
Sd i brilliant and a brilliant sun sion was showing the British
shone down on the regiment, team knock ina penalty shot
making their red tunics even and win inovertime!
-brighter than they were. .Britain has finally won a
Sstecom As they rode by the ranks, World Cup for the first time in
examiniing the men, Ronald generations
T O GOOD NEWS! r felt the first bit of vibration. P lay us a song Drum Ma-
He went rigid. The Curse of jor!"
ircut Cot Judge Robert Foster is working the Sprong! Now, at this most And the band and the troop-
Stsare growing every day... inopportune moment. He cast rs sang Rle Britannia!" I
THE TAMPA TR Winesday, August 6th a fearful look at Sar' Major, but was as bigIa day in London
dnsay iAugust 6th \ he was ahead, -involved in his as VE Day There was joy and
-"This rac shod be t e call for voters." "There is no final review of the troops. Ron- jubilation for the rest of the
reas to repace hi. ser hs earned a reputationforfairness ald did see the Curse coming ay-
ulness..." "He has prv msela worthy judge... Afine on, the Sar' Major did not. There remained one un-
ji4ee e-election The Curse of the Sprong. foreseen obstacle. In the rush
ST. PETE G TIM S y A t God! Last time was at the ab- to get the iegiment into the
dication of the Prince of Wales! parade, Ronald forgot to line
SPeople took it as an omen. But up ahead of the parade so it
t one trooper and one horse died would fit t rough the main
LA ACETA, Friday, Au t that day! .gafe. He blacked out how to get
We reason to replace the we ed a ellregrded He thought ofjust taking off the column head to turn left.
RoberA.Fost r has demnsated -an e ae mnte the cords and leaving them on So he called a half "Left.Face!"
Rthoughtfulo ands cop i onte the ground to explode on their And an entire regiment had to
on t own, but clearly he couldn't do turn left face.
Other endorsements by those who kno Robert best. Police Benevolent Assocaton (PBA), that. He was the general's son. He was stuck. A loud cheer
Hillsborough County Firefghters, AFL-CIO and more He had to ride out the curse. went up as the troops saw the
Political Advertisement paid for and approved by Robert Foster NOP, for Circuit Group.25 By the minute he could hear figure of the :slendid old man.
the Sprong hum and vibrate. The general,"n.' his horse.
1 1 [ He hoped he was the only one "Before you fail out, 1 would
with the curse. like to havhe a cheer on your
1LV I ro a d u r*lo!Finally, Sprongeeeee, the rousing inspiring march."
dreded sound. No one fell. They gave a loud cheer.
REPOmR CARD Thank God, but where had the "This is my son's first pa-
Hiisb rolgh Countv Schoo Bora Shell gone? They saw the gen- rade and Im damn proud of
Candy's Record of Improvements c aND eral wheel his horse and with his command presence. I Want
,VStudent- achievement: his full staff cantered swiftly off you men to know it was his
More A andB ranked schools the parade ground. independent thought alone to
HghMoreA nBraneschols test "s "Take over. Sergeant, they march you through the streets.
H1hr tesh scores m are yours." Bit of luck, that of winning the
12 high schools amongthatio'sest "Hip, Hip, Hurray for Lil' World Cup. 'But we Coleman's
/ Fnancial stewardship: Ronald!" said a bugler from the and this Regiment have always
ThcStarc's Sealfor Besr Financial R d band and the troops gave him a been lucky."
Managonent Pracrices rousing encouraging cheer. Another roaring cheer.
Strongbondra Effectidy sa\,d rac dollars rlaror d gid r an oid hoary flag bearer. Still, the troops lined up
bus5nes saidcommutiikypartnt.ships--~ Now Ronald had done this wrong. No way to forward
Twosuccessfildperformainceaiadits hundreds of times, but never march and get through the
gate. The general smiled.
V'Overall acomplisiments: ~ from this view. He was facing gate. The general smiled.
Overall accomplishments: the troops and theywere facing Troops of Black and Tan.
HiCUhes Stach oolBoardaisExcs lc Awa d him. He'd always been unsure Ten' Shun! Dis-Missed."
Highest tcachr raises in decades of orders to the right or left. He A pause, then he said with
60 new schools built e Vte, had to act like he was writing a smile, "Fall in on the inner
Innovativc classroomn programs / a a with his hand before he had paradegroundinfive minutes.
IImproved safey and nutrition on the confidence in a right turn Then you've won yourselves a
/ -oo y to reuru 'i order. Three Day Pass."
'y FA fia ,t, ta N The troops were confidently When he got home to dress
Endorsed by The Tampa Tribunw mi e e /awaiting a right turn order to for dinner, his wife looked up
Endorsecd by St. PetrsburgTimes 'd t'4 t e.t,', get them started marching to- from tea and. asked, "How did
Endorsed by LaGac'a Newspapr -ol t oas ~, / wards the gate, which would it go dear?"
Endorsedbyv Florida SenindBullctin ,,' ', Cd tet lead them to the barracks. "As good as you can expect
But he was facing the for first time as a Sar' Major."
Questions? Please call __ L r at 7" a ,b dk, troops. "Of course dear. He's your
(8.3) 258-3143 ffa, ] "Left Turn" he screeched in son."
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is that, you're a job as director in accordance with District Policy 13-
probably asking. of organizing for 2216 4TH AVE. E. 2-Administrative Fees.
Don't feel bad if the Florida Car- TAMPA, FL 33605S The District reserves the right.to reject
any or all responses received with or
you're ignorant of penter's Regional without cause.
the term. They're CounciL In 2004 PHONE: 813 241-6767 Steven M. Long C.P.M. CPCM, CPPO
business manag- he returned to FAX: 813-241-6868 Contracts Manager
er and director of the Millwrights 9/1/061T
field operations, again as busi-
Steve Cothron, ness manager.
was once even While still on the
oblivious to what council, though,
a Millwright was. Hurricane Char- '1
"Very few peo- lie struck Flori-
ple know what a da.. Through this
Millwright is un- tragedy, Cothron
less they know said he got to see
a Millwright," how dedi-cated
laughed Cothron. the urio mem- "Tesche has the broadest
"I dated a girl bers really are experience of any candidate in
when I was just to serving their the rce.-" St. Peersburg imes
out of high school community. the S. Pg
and her father "Hurricane
was a Millwright. Charlie had just "Tesche has the temiperament
1 had no idea what hit and another and trainig to be a goodjudge."
that was until she hurricane was
explained. Even coming. No one Tanapa Tribune
then, it wasn't knew where it h
until my older was going to hit
brother became a and the Florida a
Millwright that I Power and Light
was 100 percent Company men
sure what it was. were scared," re-
Pretty much, we "This isn't a country club job, I can tell you that, membered Co-
install, maintain but when you join the Millwrights, when you thron.
and build ma- join a union, you know you'll be looked after." While the FPL
chinery. Simple." men were at work
Ready to be confused again? in Cothron was working. As restoring power to the hurri-
Millwrights may be machine the years went on, though, his cane-hit areas of Florida, their
operators, but they are part desire for a life as a mechanic own houses were in danger of
of the Florida Carpenter's Re- sullied. being destroyed by the incom- www.electcaroline.com
gional Council. "When you grow up in a ing hurricane. FPL called the
"Ah, how did we get into family business, it's harder to carpenters and asked for their zi
the carpenter's brotherhood? comprehend the attitude that help. They immediately sprang P.O. Box 1879 a .i
Again, that's a simple explana- the customer isalways right," into action, telling FPL to re- Tampa, FL 33601-1879
tion," said Cothron. "Originally, he said. "Even when they're store power. In the meantime, Phone 13-250-9543.
the old mills had gears made of wrong, they're allowed to claim the carpenters would secure FOR BY T CM EE T
wood and master carpenter's they're right." their houses for them. A P F B
made these gears. They were Cothron said he grew stale "Wives were crying their eyes
the first Millwrights; they made on the business when he'd our, thanking us for our help,"
the mills." see customers refuse to pay said Cothron. "The carpenter's
Yes, Cothron seems to have for their repairs, claiming it were just doing what's right,
all the simple answers to the wasn't fixed right and or that though.. You help your. fellow uic
difficult questions. For in- they were overcharged. man when they need you."i
stance, why are the Millwrights "I couldn't deal with it," said Cothron hopes stories like
the most sought after work- Cothron. this will finally put an end
force in their trade? Why can His brother had already to the myth of the lazy union Hillsborough
they command high wages joined the Millwrights. Cothron worker. County H e a rin
and great benefits? Because, followed in his brother's foot- "There's this myth that
according to Cothron, they de- steps and entered the appren- union guys show up on site n ro o Tam a,
serve it. .They earn the respect ticeship program in November and lay around and dorit.get
of their customers anrid earn 1972. In 1973 he was named the work done on time," he Bay Water Permit
every penny they're paid. apprentice of the year. And, as said. "That's just a lie. -
"This isn't a country club the years went on, so did his "Inthe 60s and 70 whe YourCounty Commission wil receiveinformationandconduct
job, I can tell you that," said importance to the management the unions- got all the work, a public hearing on whether the County should seek arbitration
Cothron. "But when you join of Millwright Local 1000. there was a little complacency,' under Tampa Bay Water's Interlocal Agreement regarding its
the Millwrights, when you "I've pretty much held every admitted Cothron. "How many proposed application to the Southwest Florida Water Manage-
join a union, you knowv you'll job in the Millwrights," said of our members? Maybe 15 ment District foanenvronmental resourceperit for theLake
be looked after. You get solid Cothron. "Apprentice director, percent of them, if that many.
benefits, insurance, retire- assistant business manager, we took a lot of crap for it an Bridge Water TreatmentFacility expansion project. The project
ment and training benefits. We and now business manager, rightfully so. But, the con- is located in north central. Hillsborough County just south of
provide a lot, but we make you as well as other previous posi- tractors were just as much to County,,ine Road and east of 1-75.
earn it. There is no slacking tions." blaine. Running the project
off here." Cothron stressed that he long meant more money for A meeting of the Environmental Protection Commission of
In a non-union state, the didn't accept the business them. Hillsborough County will be convened immediately following
fact that the Millwrights ARE manager position 10 years ago "That was 10 13 years ago. this public hearing to consider the same matter.
the most sought after work- for the money. He could earn ,That's not how we did business
force in their trade truly does more in the fieid. He'didn't take the 90 years previous to that
say it all. Customers don't have the job for its prestige. time period and that's now how
to hire union workers as they "I get to go on trips here and we do business today."
do in most states. Customers there, but that and 99 cents Cothroncontinuallystressed
in Florida hire union workers still won't buy me a cup of cof- that there is no such thing as
because they want to, because fee," he said. an untrained Millwright. Men
they bring a certain level of He accepted the position who have practiced the trade
professionalism to the job. for the same reason all union for 50 years continue to re- All meeting facilities are accessible in accordance with the
"You hire a Millwright, I members accept the position enter the training program so Americans With Disabilities Act. Any additional necessary
will guarantee ypu'll get qual- of business manager a sin- as to stay on top of the new accommodations will be provided with a 48-hour notice.
ity work done right, on time cere desire to serve the com- technology introduced to the
and on budget," said Cothron. munity. trade. And those entering the For more Information, please call Bart Weiss
"We train our men and wornen "I have the desire to put my apprenticeship program for the Hillsborough County Water Resource Team
right." fingerprints on the direction first time will not leave until 272-5977 (TFY: 301-7173)
According to Cothron, they of this union," he said. "I be- they know the business inside
train them in one general way lieve in productivity. I believe and out. Para informacin, llamar al 272-5275.
- to work hard, which is why in people getting to work on "Ifyou know anything about HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Cothran is the perfect man to time everyday. I believe they a Millwright, know this," said
represent the Millwrights, as should earn their money. But, Cothron. "Kriow we always get 1c? a od4 yol Cp.,.mmi.in-"e
he was born and raised on the dog gonnit, I also believe they the job done." I
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m ing theater, but only shows Academy Awards while some
one movie ata time. Another of them are not; but all of
theater opened up in Chan- them are dynamic displaysof
nelside that was committed.to. moviemaking. It's art house
t t h 4oi es u ith JaSOn Aless --.carryingindependent movies. movies like these that. can
That commitment didn't last. lead a movie buff out of the
long, however, as the theater' depression caused by seeing
1 g struggled financially andwas garbage Hollywood flicks.
CIosi Sunrse Lea es forced to carry more main- The Squid andtheWhale, 21
stream movies. Grams, Capote, Sideways,
Se Sunrise Cinemas was a and Transamerica aresome of
M oe haven for avid movie fans the great independent films I
M ovie B Feeing Bl e who were sick and tired of *saw at-Sunrise Cinemas.
the same old. bad-story, bad- As the sun sets on this
Sunrise Cinemas in Old the days of the new stadium- When the new stadium- acting, heavy special effects great movie theater, I can
Hyde Park closes its door for style seating that has taken style theaters began to go up, Hollywood flicks that made only hope that other theaters
good on August 31 to make over the movie-going audi- it was no surprise that Old money at the box office but will open up to the indepen-
way for-the construction of a ence all across the nation. I Hyde Park lost a great deal of were completely lacking in dent and foreign film market.
new condominium complex. couldn't begin to count how business. The theater would quality. I often find that the Movies are wonderful and
It will be an unfortunate end many movies I saw through eventually become Sunrise independent films are often this little neighborhood the-
to what has been a wonderful the years at the Hyde Park Cinemas and would carry my favorite movies of the ater, for me, was like a home
movie theater for myself and Theater, but I know it was the mostly independentart house year. Some of these films awayfrom hme.I willdeeply
many other film fans for a place where I sawthe most. It and foreign language films. are nominated for lots of miss it.
very long time. was especially exciting to be For the longest time, if- .
As an AMC theater for at the theater around week- movie fans wanted to. see a. P r r
many years, Old Hyde Park ends where long lines would film made outside of the large r lce Scholarship Progra
was the class of all movie the- be formed outside and people studios, they would have to The City of Tampa is currently accepting applications for the
aters in the Tampa Bay area. would gather in anticipation' go to the beautiful Tampa Police Scholarship Program. Scholarship recipients will attend
This was of course before of seeing a new movie. Theater. This is a breathtak- the Basic Recruit class at Hillsborough Community College
to receive training for State of Florida certification as a law
enforcment officer, Tuition, uniforms, and expenses are to be
HO N ESTY paid by the City of Tampa. Scholarship recipients will receive
a stipend f $400 per week during training.
Qualifications: 21 year-s of age. 'U.S. citizen: Valid-Florida
Sdriver's license. Education/work experience qualifications:
: associate's degree or completion of two years of college course-
EDUCATIO work from an accredited college or university (60-semester or
Juris Doctor, South Texas College of Law 1977 90-quarter hours) or produce official documentation from
Bachelor of Arts, University of Florida 1974 one ofthe accepted educational institutions which clearly states
Jesuit High School of Tampa that upon successful completion of the Basic Law Enforce-
*___ ____ ment Academy, and CJSTC Certification Exam, the applicant
PROFESSIONAL will be awarded a specified number of articulated credit hours
Have a Heart Outstanding Pro Bono Service March 1998 for which, when added to their existingearned credits, will meet
providing Legal help to those who can not afford a lawyer or exceed the educational standards for employment with the
Special commendation given by The Supreme Court of Tampa Police Department; OR high-school diploma and
Florida, the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar and three years of prior law enforcement or corrections experience
the Florida pro Bono Coordinators Association for at a.department of medium-to-large size; OR high-school
exceptional pro bono service in 2005 diploma and three years of military experience; OR High-
school diploma and five years of experence on the Tampa Police
Department Reserve Force; OR an equivalent combination
of college education, related work experience, or TPD Reserve
Force experience.
Scholarship Program applicants must telephone to schedule
an appointment for the test. For more information, contact the
274-8911. Apply at Old City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd.,2nd.
Floor, Tampa, FL 33602.


SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID
FOR CIRCUIT COURT JU.DGE GROUP 44 Sealed Bids for furnishing of all labor and materials and
105 Armenia Ave. Tampa, FL' 33609 performing all work necessary and incidental to the construction
813-833-7680 813-874-1253 fax of Rubberized Track Surface Installations at King High
www.dominguezforjudge.com a www.jesseforjudge.com School, 6815 North 56th Street, Tampa; FL 33610; Spoto
wwwdon fou-non *w eorjd eo High School, 8538 Eagle Palm Dr., Riverview, FL 33569,
liticai adverising paid frad approvedby Jeesse omingue zandidate far Circuit urt uda up44;non partisan and Jefer so High School, 854401 C rersie L Street, 3
and Jefferson High School, 4401 Cypress Street, Tampa,
FL 33607 Will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough
County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor or Purchasing,
SThird Floor, SchoolAdministrative Center, 901 East Kennedy
Boulevard, Tampa, Florida up and until 3:00' PM, Thursday,
September 28, 2006. (The mailing address is P.O. Box 3408,
Tampa, Florida 33601). Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM
of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the
SPurchasinig Department, located on the third floor of the
School Administrative Center.
Tom Lee Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encour-
Courageous Leadership for Florido agement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding
A documents.
Unonimously voted by his colleagues There will be a mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Monday,
to serve os the President of tie Fofida September 18, 2006 at 2:00 P.M. at the Maintenance Opera-
Senote in November 2004 tions Center, Conference Room, 4805 E. Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr., Blvd., Tampa, FL 33605, phone (813) 636-1133; followed
Sponsored a Porentol Consent by a. site meeting at King High School, front office t approxi-
onsfitutionaliAmendmentto empower mately 3:00 P.M.; followed by a site meeting at Spoto High
School, front office at approximately 4:00 P.M.; followed by a
FI0rid'sfmilies site meeting at Jefferson High School, front office at approxi-
ov.leb.uendorseos Tor l'er iFinani Oer Worked to poss A+ Education reforms mately 5:30 P.M.
that h0ve improved Florido's public IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS
schools ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS
REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMIT-
Helped pass historic Medicaid reforms TED WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.
Chompioned the historic "Ethics Reform" NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: The School Administrative
ckge of 2005, restoring integriy Center is a "security" building, therefore, visitors will be
package required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the
bock in government building. A photo identification will need to be presented
at this time.
Tom ee ond iPlans and specifications may be obtained from the architect at
Onrdduhroin Gov. Jeb Bush and a cost of (Ten dollars) $10 a set per site. Complete information
regarding bidding documents and other information may be
Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings obtained from the Engineer:
Kisinger Campo & Associates (KCA)
Votefor Tom Lee for Chief nancial Engineering Inspection Planning
Scott E. Stevens, P.E.
Officer in the Republican Primary, P.O. Box 25261, Tampa, FL 33622-5261
Phone (813) 871-5331
ieutenont GovernorToniJennings September 5th. Fax (813) 871-5135
ervem Honorayompaign(hair E-mail address sstevens&kisingercampo.com
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after
date set for bid opening.
THE SCHOOL BOARD.OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
sement Poid for ond Approved by Tom Lee, Republican, for Chief Finoncial Officer MAUPERINTELLENT OF SCHOOLS 9/1-9/15/06 3TELA

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governor. Davis can't win if he also, for citizens who depend
doesn't excite voters' imagina- on politicians for entertain-
tions. He has decent ideas, but ment, threatened to blow up
he must convince the elector- the Health and Rehabilitative
ate that he has passion, tenac- Services building. That's the
ity and drive. kind of moxie that excites vot-
by Andrea Brunais This bland guberriatorial ers. Voters abhor the same-old,
season makes one long for the same-old.
On Tuesday, Democrats and fail to come up with convincing impassioned and strong) Davis flamboyance of a nutty Claude Unless you're registered In-
Republicans choose candidates statements when asked what would do well post-primary Kirk or a Chiles, who petered dependent, put Tuesday's pri-
to represent each party in the Davis has achieved or even to steal some of Smith's bet- out at the end, but in his day mary on your calendar. Even
governor's race. Fr some stood for in those years. He is ter phrases. What a treat it was the candidate who-donned though the debates are stultify-
people, their first look at the safe, ho-hum and bring. You would be to -have an orator as boots to walk the state. Chiles ing, the stakes are high:
candidates occurred last week can read his.accurately bring
during the debate broadcast on entry at http://en.wikipedia.
WUSF radio and TV. org/wiki/Jim Davis_%28poli-
First up were the Republi- tician%29
cans. They appeared the more
strange and fascinating pair. Rod Smth's feistmess ap- *
Chain Gang Charlie will peals. All the same, Davis is
probably be our next governor Mr. Establishment, and the
simply because his moniker power of endorsements from
sounds tough. He is not as a host of politicians including
dumb as he seems, despite U:S. Senator Bob Graham (a
having played football in col- former governr) may well pre- "
lege. He is a lawyer and our vail. Can Smith's passion, in-
Florida attorney general. He dividuality and gutsy idealism
drew an endorsement from, of beat the better-known, taller a
all people, John Walsh for his and better-looking Davis?
work on behalf of missing and As a Florida snator, Smith's &
exploited childten. For more achievements include battling
facts, see the encyclopedia Jeb Bush to keep the dynastic
entry at http://en.wikipedia. lame-duck from watering down
org/wiki/Charlie_Crist the class-size amendmrent.
Tom Gallagher, our Florida Smith, asstate attorney, pros-
chief financial officer, sparred ecuted seal killer Danny Roll-
with hm during the debate. ing. Also in that role, he cre-
Gallagher's TV ads, dwelling ated an environmental crimes
on domesticity (wife and child) unit and made a name for
present a hoot to those familiar himself in- protecting women
with his libertine reputation and children.
spanning many years in Talla- Smith pounced on Davis'
hassee. He disguises his quick more namby-pamby state-
mind with rhetorical bumper- ments during the debate, char-
sticker phrases from the reli- acterizing them as Washington-
gious right. His encyclopedia speak and making a case that PREMIUM BUSINES PREMIU
entry is http://en.wikipedia. the D.C. miasma has contami-
org/wiki/Tom_Gallagher nated Davis. His blows, while MAXSAVER ACCOUNT MONEY MARKET
Charlie Crist comes across well-aimed, lacked the power
as the more high-minded can- of Lawton Chiles' "he-coon"
didate. His demeanor pres- punch to Jeb Bush in a similar O
ents itself as gubernatorial. debate. Smith's working to A PY
Those big camel-like eyes stop wife-beating isadmirable, PY
blinked earnestly as he laid but Big Sugar's embrace of him BALNCE APY ALANCE APY
out his positions. He scored the chills. See http://en.wikipedia. 4$0,00 bove 5% $5 0 nd b e 4 7, 5%
knockout punch of the night org/wiki/RodSmith_%28poli- 1 0 t $49,999 ,o 14 .00%
when he pointed out that this .tician%29 for more about un-i 99 1.
is Gallagher's fourth try for derdog Smith.
governor. Because Smith has the T'ake advantage oflor everydaYigreat rates
Born-again Gallagher failed better mojo quotient (his clos- for yourself or or o your business
to show the dazzle of his per- ing statement sounded artful, At home or at work, your success is our success.
sonality and wit. He is cocky,
clever and shallow- the perfect at ime
candidate in Amercan potitics. Anywhere at n yme
His nimble mind and over- F T ird Bank
abundant energy make him my w~'orking Hard ll> Be The Oniy Bank You'1 1, ver Need'
favorite candidate of the two
Republicans. Florida would
be interesting with Gallagher UNITEDWALK IN any ofourTampa Bay Financia Centers
at the helm. Too badhe is not CA B -CALL (813) 306-2512 or (727) 298-12911: VISIT www.53.com
doing better in .the polls.
The following night the
Democrats scrambled to score 'uaI Percentage 'ield (APY) accurate as of 8, 106. 550 Minimmum deposit requied 'to. open an account Rates mnay change
Democrats scrambled to score '= g .... .. .... ... .. .".- "
points. Jim Davis comes to the Certifcate #102 ialer account is operlned. Fecs mav reduce earnings. $25 ee(i ac coijnt cl oedwithin 6 onths of opening Fitth-T.ird ri-.'rvesff
rolne as.t iv t ws es r ote bis the right to refuse any deposit. **Account available upon q alification. CIosed accounts wiii be char.ed a $50 fee. Retumed
to be governor (si ades of Btur chec.ks and ov'erdraft lees apply to all acceunis witti check ccess. Ofersapply o t accounts opened with tunds rol aircadv on
to be governor (shades of Bill deposit with Fifth Third. F.ifth Third and Fifth .Third Bank ae registered sice marna of bFfth Third Bancorp Member FDIC.
Nelson and Buddy MacKay),
having served the obligatory
S..ms in the Florida Legislature
and the U.S. Congress. Unfor-
tunately, erven his supporters. .


CITY OF TAMPA

PURCHASUNG DEPARTIOXENT
NVICATION TO BID
Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special
Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids
will be received by the Director of
Purchasing, City qf Tampa, in his
office until
2:30 PM ON 9/10806
LIQUID SULFUR DIOXIDE
2:30 PM QN 9111106
ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
MEDICATIONS
2:30 PM QN 9/12/06
REPAIR OF LAWN AND
LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT
2:30 PM ON 9113/06
WATER SOFTENER SALT
3:00 PM ON 9/13/06
CITYWIDE BUILDING GLASS
REPLACEMENT SERVICE
then and thereafter to be publicly
opened and read. Bid documents are
available at the Purchasing Depart-
ment (Phone No. 813/274-8351).
It is hereby made a part of this Invi- 8
tation for Bid that the submission of
any Bid in response to this advertised
request shall constitute a Bid made 55 Plus Community 1 x 1 650 sq. feet. 2 x 2 950 sq. feet Activity Room
under the same conditions for the Elevators Mini Theatre W/D Connections Computer Center
same contract price and for the same W/D Facilities Controlled Access Buildings Swimming Pool Bocce Ball Court
effntiies in Hll is Bidorough to all public Victory Garden Library Ceiling Fans Mini-blinds

Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO 1302 East 21s Avenue
Director of Purchasing ,
City of Tampa, FL
306 E. Jackson St., Tampa, FL 33602 :
1'a-"GA;t- TA/I? day, S:eptembet 1, 2006








Bunher Building Becomes Tre Amici














Today, the Bunker building is perfectly restored.
Ybor City Museum Society that the front of the building on
Sthey can purchase the Bunker February 2, 2006.
building from them at any
building fros the1 0 at any oThe Bunker building was
time by paying the pro-rated originally constructed in 1926
amount of restoration costs. oigially co d i
When Swope and Rodante as the Two Friends Caf, a
originallypurchased the build- hotspo fo Cuban cigarol
ing, itwas falling apart partial ers living in the surrounding
ing7 itwas falling apart- aparial casitas. Years later, the build-
walls, a ceiling ready to cave in, g was moved, p nted L
ing was moved, painted and
and no floor. They teamed up turned into a ppular hangout
with Joe Kokolakis Contract- tued into a popular hangout
Just a few months ago the Bunker was reduced to a pile ofbricks ing Incorporated and Curts for veterans, The Bunker. It
Sa t ins r c ite c was the ignored it r decades
Attorney Dale Swope, con- the coffeehuse's doors for the atmsphere and are elegant, Gaines Hall Architectur5 and and rotted away until rescued
tractor Joe Kokolakis and first time. yet werevery laid back. We sent anestimated $150,000bytheYbrCityState Musum
architecturefirm Curts Gaines The 1,700 square foot build- believe we cater to every tope esoring the buiding whichd sod tY Swpe
Hall have done it again. The ing cal seat up to 35 people person. Wejust at people o now showcases an inerior ScietyandsldmtoSwopeRo
tremendous trio, which last inside, with seating for another come here, enjoy a cup ofcoffee- worthy of being described as a
teamed up to turn the rotting 25 located on the back patio and hang out. We believe Ybor 'work of art. Swope, Kokolakis and CUrts,
historic Florida Brewery intoa. and seating for eight located City needs a place likethis." The grand opening was Gaines Hall last teamed up to
"delayed whena dump truck restore the historic 49,217
shining beacon in Ybor City, on the front patio. Besides.a a dental plowe throughc o h 4
has successfully restored the -variety of.coffees, Tre Amici will The Bunker building is one accidentally ploWed through (Continued on page 20)
historic Bunker building at also serve lunch sandwiches, of six historic buildings relo-
1907. Ninth Ave. Just a few salads, appetizers and antipas- cated to the Eighth and Ninth
years ago the building was tos- and in time hopes to serve avenue blocks between 18th NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
nothing but a shell of old wine. Tre Amici also boasts a and 19th streets to make room ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2006 AT 6:00 P.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD
bricks. Today it is an artistic wireless internet hookup and -for the I-4 construction..The FLOOR CTY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, AMPA, FLORAA, A PUBLIC HEARONG
WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWlNG
coffeehouse, Tre Amici at the will soon host open mic poetry other relocated buildings are REZONING PETITION(S):
Bunker. readings, live music and art five casitas that are ownecd by FILE NO.: Z06-101
On Friday, September 8, shows. the Ybo City State Museum PETITION OF DRUG ABUSE COMPREHENSIVE COORDINATING OFFICE, INC.
co-owners 'Dale Swope nd This is basicallyjust a ool Society and house a vaetyof REQUESTING TO REZONE PROPERTY AT 4412 & 4422 E. COLUMBUS DRIVE
Sy AND VACANT LAND ON E. COLUMBUS DRIVE (FOLIO # 158134-0000) FROM CI &
Angela Rodante, Swope's part- place to be," said Tre Amici's businesses, such as a teahouse IG TO PD.
ner in the law firm of Swope general manager, Mimi Fin- and an art studio. Swope and LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Rodante, will proudly open ley. "We have a cool lounge Kokolakis have promised the THE FOLLOWING LAND LYING SITUATE, LYINGAND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF
HILLSBOROUGH, STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIT:
THE SOUTH ONE HALF OF THE EASTONE HALF OF LOT 6 OF HENDRY AND
KNIGHTS MAP OF DAIRY FARM SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
U ue l i PLAT THEREOF AS THE SAME IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4 PAGE74 OF THE
Ut PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA; LESS THAT PART
V T sEpt 0 OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 6 OFHENDRY AND KNIGHTS MAP
OF DAIRY FARM SUBDIVISION, PLAT BOOK 4 PAGE 74, LYING WITHIN THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED BOUNDARIES, TO WIT: BEGIN ON THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, AT A
POINT 1325.90 FEET WEST FROM THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 9, RUN THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 59 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID SOUTH BOUNDARY 874.10 FEET: THENCE NORTH 0
DEGREES 02 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST 66.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89
For Hillsborough DEGREES 57 MINUTES 59 SECONDS EAST 500.0.FEET; THENCE NORTH 84
SDEGREES 53 MINUTES 27 SECONDS EAST 100.40 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 89
Smi DEGREES 57 MINUTES 59 SECONDS EAST 255:30 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0
SDEGREES 01 MINUTES 18 SECONDS EAST 20.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89
C unt Coamission DEGREES 58 MINUTES 44 SECONDS EAST 18.83 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 0
D ISric : 4 (D) FDEGREES 02 MINUTES 16 SECONDS WEST 95.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
DITBEGINNING, AND SUBJECT TO EXISTING PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY FOR
COLUMBUS DRIVE.
A Fresh Voie For A New Beginning, THE. FOLLOWING LAND LYING SITUATE IN THE COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH,
STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIT:
THE SOUTH 3/4 OF THE NORTH 4/5 OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE WEST 1/2 OF LOT
Endorsedby: La Gaceta, The Tampa Tribune,Th St. Pete Tmes,, HENDRY& KNIGHTS MAP OF DAIRY FARM SUBDIVISION. ACCORDING TO
a St. Pee Times, THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4. PAGE(S) 74,
West Central Florida Federation of Labor Central Labor Council PUBLIC RECORDS OFHILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
THE-FOLLOWING LAND LYING SITUATE IN.THE COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH,
and Florida Consumer Action Network (FCAN). STATE OF FLORIDA TO WIT:
DAIRY FARM, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4. PAGE 74. THAT PART OF LOTS
Phon: 813-508-8536 .c www.Rodrigez4B .om 5 AND 6 DESCRIBED AS: COMMENCE AT THE NE CORNER OF LOT 5; THENCE
Phoe WEST ALONG NORTH BOUNDARY OF LOT 5, 35 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 266.80
E-mai: Lisa@Rodriguez4BOCC.coim FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE EAST 117.5 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
800.4 FEET; THENCE EAST 82.5 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 266.80 FEET MORE OR
Pd. Pol. Adv. sponsored and paid for in-kind by Richard Muga, 1303 North Wheeler Road, Plant City, FL 33563. LESS TO THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF LOT 6; THENCE WEST ALONG THE
Approved by Lisa Rodriquez,Democrat, for Hilsborough CountCommission, District 4. SOUTHERLY BOUNDARIES OF LOTS 5 AND 6, 200 FEETTO A POINT BEING 35
FEET WEST OF THE EAST BOUNDARY OF LOT 5; THENCE NORTH 1,067.2 FEET
MORE OR LESS TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, LESS THE SR 400 AND LESS
PART FOR ROAD DESCRIBED AS: BEGINNING 412.5 FEET EAST AND 30 FEET
NORTH OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 SECTION 9,
RThe. i So FIht O TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST AND RUN NORTH 10 FEET, EAST 39.5
FEET, SOUTH 10 FEET AND WEST 39.5 FEET TO BEGINNING, ALL LYING AND
Water Management Distri'ct BEING IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA; LESS PROPERTY TAKEN AS
SROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY.
is offering Communty Edu ion ALSO, ALTERNATIVELY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
Grt .up to :$. : ah A PARCEL OF LAND BEING A PORTION OF LOTS 5 AND 6; HENDRY & KNIGHTS
Grants up to $5,0 e h to MAP OF DAIRY FARM AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 74, PUBLIC
individuals grou ns and RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
l : b WPARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
governments to provide innovative COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE AFORESAID LOT 5;
t THENCE ALONG THE COMMON LINE OF THE AFORESAID LOTS 5 AND 6,
and cost-effective education SOUTH 0002'39 EAST A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-
",10: y a.. of= WAY LINE OF 21ST AVENUE AS MONUMENTED; THENCE ALONG SAID LINE
projects in any or all of the SOUTH 8953'11" WEST.A DISTANCE OF 35.00 FEET TO A POINT ON A LINE
.:I 35.00 FEET WEST OF THE AFORESAID COMMON LINE OF LOTS 5 AND 6;
IRVEllOing aIreas THENCE ALONG SAID LINE SOUTH 00 02'39' WEST A DISTANCE OF 241,40
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 8957'4" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 117.48 FEET TO A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF THE WEST 1/2
Water quality OF THE WEST 1/2 OF THE AFORESAID LOT 6; THENCE ALONG SAID LINE
SOUTH 00902'20" EAST ADISTANCE OF 799.07 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST
SNatural S,.ysten-s CORNER OF THE SOUTH 3/4 OF THE NORTH 4/5 OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
SWEST 1/2 OF SAID LOT 6; THENCE ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH
Alternative water resources 3/4 OF THE NORTH 4/5 OF THE EAST 112 OF THE WEST 1/2 OF LOT 6, SOUTH
89957'04" EAST A DISTANCE OF 82.50 FEET TO A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF
Water conservation SAlD WEST 1/2 OF LOT 6; THENCE ALONG SAI'D LINE SOUTH 00*02'20" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 208 54 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF-WAY LINE OF COLUM-
Flood nrotection BUS DRIVE; THENCE ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE THE FOLLOWING
THREE (3) COURSES: (1) SOUTH 89054'41" WEST A DISTANCE OF 40.60 FEET;
Watersheds (2) SOUTH 00"09'22" EAST A DISTANCE OF 26.04 FEET; (3) NORTH 8905719"
WEST A DISTANCE OF SAID LINE NORTH 00"02'39" WEST A DISTANCE OF
1,033.76 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ppli n ae.. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY
Applications are due COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING
Septi 5, 2006. ;WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE,
ept. MAY NEED.TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
Projects must Occur between TESTIMONY AND EVlDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED
March 1 and June 30, 2007. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND
a an une i = SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICLPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD
CONTACT THE ClTY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE
Sa I DATEOFTHE MEETING.
o INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING.
SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES
CITY CLERK
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attention. This soft-spoken grandmniother of nine has spirit and will be an
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West Central Florida Federation of Labor AFL-ClI Chairman City of Tampa Finance Committee
Central Labr COuncil :: Chairman of Hillsborough County Public Transpartation Commission
Bflard iember of Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization
Hillsborough County Classroom Teacher's Association Tampa Palice Officer 8 Hillsboraugh County Deputy
Florida Bulf Cuast Building 8 Construction Trades Council u.S. Navy Veteran
includinfig:
Asb stas Workers Lacal Union B7
Balr ma,,kers Locl! Uniion 433
Bricklayers Local Unioan I E Senior Corporate Executive for Roanis To Go
Carpenters ncal c Unin io 4U Finance Director fuir a subsidiary of the Chrysler Corporation
Electricianls irLcal Unions 915 a 1 8
Elevaitr Construction Local Union 74
Ir r erLo cal Union 397rs'a cal Union 397
Mi!iwriahts L[ca! nl ;;iUnn 8O7 Masters il Urganizatinnal Management fram University of Phoenix
i ferating ntineers Local Unioan I 25 Bachealors in Businj ss Manayement from National-L4ouis Univecrsity
Painters lacai Union 388 Bachelors in Criminal Justice Fram Tampa College
[aborers Local Union 517 King High School
Pipefittrers Local Union 123
Rooaers Local Union B
She et Metal Workers Local Union 15
Spri klars Fitters Local Union 82
Tampa Bay Builders Association Kevin & his wife of 20 years ,lennie, with their
GBreater Tampa Association of Realtors children, Kevin Jr. (14), and Carissa (16).
Po!ca A dvertising paid far and apprvlEd by Kevln White candidate for Iillsborugqb County Commission. strict 3. aemocral
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SPORTS



Outdoor Sportsman's

Report

Defense Dominates, By Richard Muga

Offense Flounders The Importance of Hunting With Care
The third preseason game is straight game. Simms was Most adults that hunt love caring and cautious individu- in exposing our children to
where the starting team units sacked three times and wasn't the idea of eventually tak- als begin to show quickly. The sports that involve hunting in
usually played the most prior able to get comfortable in the
usually plaed the ason g ame. pocket. The Bucs drafted Davin ing their children afield with reverse is also true. Those who groups and the killing of wild
to the reguar season game. pocket. The Bucs drated Davin them. Deer, turkey or. quail chronically complain, hoard animals. While the spectrum
Last Saturday against Jack- Joseph and Jeemy Trueblood hunters have for generations the best spots and the best gender in hunting has signifi-
sonville thdefense lookBuccaneers' first to help plug the holes still have passed on their traditions to cuts of meat, ingest excessive cantly changed, many hunters,
eam defense looked more than ne, but both rookes stll ave their kids Most adults derive amounts of alcohol, and serve particularly men, take the sport
ready for the regular season. some work to do. a certain satisfaction when one themselves the largest portions as a macho thing to do. Their
firsTampa Ba y allowed ust two wski, who looked so god in or more of our offspring are at the table soon poison the male children "must" hunt or
first downs by the Jaguars half the s is wo eseson with us during those special entire atmosphere surround- else. Some force their girls into
th rough the entire frst hal te Bucs strg two preseason t moments. ing a hunting group including similar situations. The nature of
and sacked quarterback Byron games, struggled against the Most of those who were born children in attendance. Some. some young individuals, males
Leftwich four times th It looked JaguarBuc- ceptions by thowing twoa fumble to hunting families developed hunting camps conduct rituals or females,-does not accept
like ... well, like that old Buc- ceptions and losing a fumble. specialrelationships with fam- that include dousing young hunting or the killing of ani-
caneers defense that fans have It's still unclear whether the specialrelationships with fam- that include dousing young hunting or the killing of ani-
caneers defense thato seeing for backup Qunclear wit tho ily members who first took hunters who have bagged their mals as a tolerable activity. Forc-
been accustomed to see for backu QB spot willgo to them on their hunts. vividly first deer with the animal's ing those unwilling individuals
about a decade now pure Gradkowski or veteran Tim remember when my grandfa- blood. Some harass a young into these activities can cause
domination. Rattay. Former Dolphins QB blood. Some harass a young into these activities can cause
domination. Rattay. Former Dolphis QB ther first carried me into the hunter who missed his mark mental distress, anxiety and
Tampa Bay's defense'cause Jay Fiedler still recovering forest. At first we walked and into an embarrassing corner conflict between the parties.
Jcksonville's Leftwich to fum- from injury, still hasn't played admired and learned. The Children in those surround- Some ofmy best friends and
ble on the first series of the a down thusfar in the pre- sounds of the forest, the names ings can learn the positive family members are hunters
game and the Bucs pounced season and woud appear to of the flora and fauna and the aspects that hunting affords and their children are also
on the fook o tball. The offense be the oddmanout. dangers therein all eventually but the negative impacts do hunters. But some are not and
took over and impressively In all likelihood, the startersexposure to never will be. Hunting is sup-
moved the bal down the field wont see much playing timeThe other family members unsavory circumstances or posed to be a fun filled sport
on way to a two-yard sconng if any in the Bucs' preseason who hunted also became my characters. with the ultimate rewards of
run by Mike Alstott to put finale this Thursday agains trusted friends. Consequently, There is no doubt that the camaraderie, learning self
the Bus ahead eary. Unfor- Houston. Tampa Bay will go respect for and harvesting wild killing of a large game animal dependence and survivl and
tunately, Tampa's starting into the 2006 regular season became a importantcan cause severe mentaldis- an occasional veison, pork
offense didn't fund much suc- rock solid on defense but with animals became an important can cause severe mentaldis- an occasional venison, pork
cess after that. questions on offense. Jon part of my sporting life. As a tress to children unfamiliar or wild turkey meal. Why then
WhileQB Chris Simms did Gruden's great offensive ind result of my background, my with hunting, dressing and would we want to force the
very well in relieving the in- still hasn't made the Bus' of- children and grandson have butchering the game. Most sport on some person who
jured Brian Griee in005, one fense catch up to Monte Kiffin's also been exposed to hunting. conscientious hunters begin simply cannot accept the con-
jured Brian Griese ir2005, one fense catch up to Monte Kiffin's h f l their children's hunting small sequences and principles of
knock on him was that he had defensive unit. How far the I have found that people their children's hunting small sequences and principles of
a lot of bals batte hd eown at Bus go this season will likely who hunttogether get to know animals. Once it is defined that the hunt?
a lot of balls batted down at Bucs go th seasoneach other very well in short the youngster accepts the sport Hunt with care. Care for the
the line of scrimmage. Aginst rest on the shoulders of Chris
Jacksonville, Simms had four Simms and, more importantly order. People's character traits and the consequences, then, feelings of those who you-may
of his passes batted at the line on the offensive line. surface quickly in a hunting is the time to graduate to the want to make into hunters who
by Jaguar defenders. Consid- You can listen to Jason camp or out in the forest. hunt for larger animals. -can and for those who cannot
by Jaguar defenders. balConsd- A can lis tos wh Tampa The qualities of those who are And so develops the ca- as well.
Sering thata batted balcan Jof- lessitalksports wIth Tampag considerate, unselfish, helpful, veats that we must consider BE A GOOD SPORT!
ten lead to an interception,Jon Bay Lightning, Orlando Mag-
Gruden must work harder with ic, and USF Bulls arena an-
Simms and the offensive line to nouncer Paul Porter on The
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CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE
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A PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 16,
Ybor Art Classes as soldering, sawing, texturing p.m. at Rock-N-Sports Bar & TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
The City of TampaPaks and stone setting, will begin Grille, 811 N.'15th St. This DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:
The Cit of TamaParks and stone sett w begn Grille, 1FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, COMMENCE AT THEINTERSECTION OF THE
andRecreation department Thursday, September 17 and is a tremendous opportunity SOUTH BOUNDARY OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
offering several new art classes be held on Thursdys from 6 tomeetyourneighborsand/or SECTION 16 AND THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF DALE MABRY HIGHWAY
or s an a-9 p.m. and Saturdays from join the cvic association (STATE ROAD NO. 600); THENCE 8936'13" W,. ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
for youths and adults at Sits assocaton. HE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST.1/4, A DISTANCE OF 744.44 FEET
Yor y outh ad located at is 10 a.m. to 0 p.m. The class is A representative of HARTline TO A POINT WHICH S 497.79 FEET EASTOF THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID
Yborfor adults.Cost is $ a week will be on-hand to discuss the NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 16; THENCE N 00909'9"
1800 th Avenue. Pre-registra- beon-andtodiscuss e W. AND PARALLELTO THE WEST BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 466.75 FEET TO
io n is requi e. -relgistra- plus materials. status of the TECO Street Car A POINT WHICH LIES 200.00 FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF:THE
tion is required242-53 W men of eence ystem and sell special dis- SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
di at 242-5370 ofExcellence yste an se speSECTION 16; THENCE N 89"43'49" E, PARALLEL TO SAID NORTH BOUNDARY, A
Mixed Media, acrylic paint- The Italian' Club Ladies counted Ybor Resident Street DISTANCE OF 94.00 FEET; THENCE N 0002'48" E A DISTANCE OF 14.80 FEET
i, mono-pi, drawing and Auxiliary, In. is currently ac- Car Passes. Rock 'N Sports will TO A POINT WHICH IS 850.00 FEET SOUTH OFTHE NORTH BOUNDARY OF THE
inge mono-p ts drawing and Auxcepting nominations cufor Italian be offerig 2-for-1 beers anall NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE N 8944'36" E PARALLEL
ag omiations for Italian be offerig 2-for-1 beers anTO SAID NORTH BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 651.66 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
exploring different materials to American Women of Excellence ou can eat chicken wings. WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF DALE MABRY HIGHWAY; THENCE S 00'00'00" W,
exploring different materials to American Women of Excellence yF eL informnation, email ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DISTANCE OF 479.76 FEET TO THE POINT OF
make art ina fun and informal Awards. They will honor Ital- Fo more inormation, emil BEGINNALONG SAOFTHIS DESCRIPTION. CE OF 479.76 FEET HE PONT OF
setting, will begin on.Wednes- ian American Women in the neighbor@hynca.com ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY
day, September 6 from 2 -3:30 following categories: Business, Tampa Film Review. COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER.CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING
p.m. The class is for children Cultural./Civic Involvement, ThenextTampaFilr Review, MAY NEED TO HIRE A CORT REPRTER TO ENSRE THATA VERBATIMPOSE
ages 6 12. Cost is $2.50 a Education, Government/Pub- presented by 1 Day Films, will RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
week plus materials. lic Service, and Professional. be held on Friday, September TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
Mixed Media, acrylic/oil Nomination forms are available 15 from 10 p.m. at Interna- IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND
painting, printmaking, draw- at the Italian Club or call 899- tional Bazaar, located at 1600 SPECIALON 286.26,ACCOMMODATI STATUTES, PERSOS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDINULD
pSPECIAL ACCOMMOOATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD
ing, collage, cyanotypes and 0969 or 886-7595. Forms are E. Eighth Ave. in the Centro CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE
silk screening methods that .due by.August 26, 2006. Ybor Complex. Tampa Film DATE OFTHEMEETING.
will be used to introduce the Civic Association Reviews is a monthly showcase INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING.
young artist to many differert The Historic Ybor Neigh- of local independent films and SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES
styles of two-dimensional art, borhood Association, Inc, is is held.every second Friday of CITY CLERK 9/1/061T
will begin Wednesday, Sep- -holding a. meet and greet on the month and is free.
tember.6 from 4- 5:15 p.m.. Tuesday, September 12 at 7
The class is for children ages
13 17. Cost is $2.50 a week LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .
plus materials. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Laser R Rem oval for
Metalsmithing, beginning THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, AL S n T
and intermediate jewelry and, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH A
COUNTY, FLORIDA a
sculptural manipulation ofsil- Case No.: 06-DR-010561 Division: F u
ver, copper, and brass in Wvhich JOSEA. TORRES,
participants will learn hand Petitioner
fabrication techniques such and41 AIC.O S
S2Y-OLANDALOR.EZ TORRES,-
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Respondent. Advanc ite i
ANOTICEOF PUBLIC HEARING AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
NOTICEOF PUBLC HEARING DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a TO: YOLANDA LOPEZTORRES
Public Hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m. Last Known Address: Unknown f
on Wednesdy, Octodber 11, 2006 in the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action B a:. Pr m
CountYoo Commissionertail r rdrom' nd has been filed against you and that you
lloor of the Hisborough County Center, are required fo serve a copy of your
60 are required to serve a copy of-your : i\'
601 East Kennedy Blvd. At this time the writtendefenses,ifany,to.itonJOSEA. : .....:
Commission will consider applications TORRES, whose address is 11305 N. iiveii':
for a Certificate from AIRPORT LIMO 51st St., #B10, Tampa, FL. 33617, on or
LINK, INC. and two (2) Limousine before September 11, 2006, and file the C.mplilletlary Consultation Featuring...
Permits; KEVIN TRANSPORTATION A original with the clerk of this Court at. 800 ....p"
PLUS CORP. and two (2) Limousine E. Twiggs St., Room 101, Tampa, FL,
Permits; LAKEWOOD-RANCH LIMOU- 33602 or P.O. BOX 3450, TAMPA, FL VISIA Digita SkinAnalysis
SINE, INC. and two (2) Limousine Per- 33601, before service on Petitioner or
mits; and ROYAL COACH LINES, LLC immediately thereafter. Ii you fail to do soelstro a procdur st be sae as
and five 5) Limusie Permit. Please be a default may be entered against you for AATHSFIIETIQ we feel strongly that a procure must besafe swde as efflective
advised that: the relief demanded in the petitiont t. ereforel of or proeduresare prfored bor
Copies of-all court documents in this met ts cnue e. eere or preesare per e b
case, including orders, are available at the i;i i t *iii nf la rpii nro
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY .WHICH Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may er irect pesi fboard cered surgeo.
MAY REQUIRE SPECIAL ATTENTION review these documents upon request. Riiifl \ lf
OR SERVICES, CONTACT THE HILLS- You must keep the Clerk f the ircuit Beautiful results hegin with confidence in yourself ad your goals, and confidence
BOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC TRANS- Court's office notified of your current ad- F Go in the doctor yt choose to nlake tlhse olls a realit
PORTATION COMMISSION AT 272-5814 dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-e ocr
WITH A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved i
YOUR NEEDS TO ENSURE AVAIL- Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers f shat Laser lair Removal Custom 3lend Facias
ABILITY OF APPROPRIATE ACCOM- in this lawsuit will be mailed to the ad- Laser al tom len al
MODATIONS. dress on record at the clerk's office. IPL Skin Rejuveriation Chemical Peels
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam- oomei
TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION ily Law Rules of .Procedure, requires Ira L. Siegman, MD Botox Cosmetic Mierodermabrasion
certain automatic disclosure of docu- lestlae Permanent nm leeup
By: Commissioner Kevin White, Chairman ments and information. Failure to comply I estylane Permanent makeup
Gregory B. Cox, Director can result in sanctions, including dis- III Son Park, MI Vein Treatments *Lavish Lash Eyelash Extensions
9/1/06 1T missal or striking of pleadings. ,
SDated: August 8, 2006. Michael G. Siegman, MD Photodynamic Therapy for Acne Medical Grade Skineare Products
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PAT FRANK
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND By: Cynthia Menendez ee
FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Deputy Clerk 8/11-9/1/06 4T
JUVENILE DIVISION
FFN.: 506637
CASE ID: 04-1129 DIVISION: D
INTHEINTERESTOF:T
GILES, RYAN (dob 07/21/1991)
MINOR CHILD. i e REAL Aproach
NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING a B-
ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTALer iciary
RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT
THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI-
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINA- As a candidate Catherine W. Real Wil:
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS
CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON Accept No Contributions from Lawyers or Their Firms
THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU
MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A Limit Direct Campaign Contributions From Non-Lawyers
PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE
PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE.
TO: CANDY ANN LEEDOM (mother) Ifelected Catherine W. Real Will:
Residence/Whereabouts Unknown Avoid Conflicts of Interest through Full Disclosure
JOHN DAVID GILES (father)
Residence/Whereabouts Unknown Continue to Support Term Limits for Our Judges
thaYt aU Petition for TLEArSE TnatioKE N of ParentaTICE Accept No Gifts (even those permitted by the Judicial Canons)
that a PetiLion for Termination of Parental C---
Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court Strive To Build Public Confidence in Our Courts
of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the
State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough
County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleg-
ing that the above-named child is a de-
pendent child and by which the Petitioner
is asking for the termination ot parental
rights and permanent commitment of the
child to the Department of Children and
Families for subsequent adoption.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are
required to appear personally on the 28th
day of September, 2006, al 8:30 am.,
before the Honorable Jack Espinosa, Jr.,
at the Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East
Twiggs Street, 4th Floor, Tampa, Florida
33602, to show cause, if any, why
parental rights shall not be terminated
and said child shall not be permanently
committed to the Florida Department of
Children and Families for subsequent
adoption. You are entitled to be repre-
sented by an attorney at this proceeding.
DATED this 16th day of August, 2006 F D CORCR.IT 13
PAT 'FRANK
CLERK OF THE CIRCLIIT COURT GR UP 2
By: Linda Lepelletier ....i. .. .rrin.n.. mn P"r '... .... Poitical adverisement paid for and approip v.d by ,ather.ine W. Real. candidate for 0ircuit Judge. group 25 N2 n-Partisan
Deputy Clerk 8/18-9/8/06 4T
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INFO BEAT CORPORATE CHATTER

YouthCorps Lennox Hoyte Joins USF Health Ron Weaver Featured Speaker
The Mayor's Youth Corps is currently accepting nomina- Lennox Hoyte, MD, has joined USF Health Real estate attorney Ronald L. Weaver, who
tions and applications for the class of 2007. The Mayor's s associate professor and director of female chairs the Environmental and Land Use Law
Corps takes a service-oriented grassroots approach, with teens pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, Department in the Tampa office of Stearns
developing and participating in community service projects Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson,
and meeting one-on-one with the Mayor. Dr. Hoyte sees patients at Harbourside P.A., was a featured guest speaker ata recent
Nominations for the Mayor's Youth Corps will be accepted Medical Tower near Tampa General Hos- "Legislative Update" program hosted by the
from each of the public and private-high schols. located pital, where he is medical director of the Tampa Bay District Council of the Urban
within the city limits of Tampa. Applications are available in urogynecology service. His patient-centered Land Institute (ULI).
the Guidance Office at each school and are due by October clinical practice specializes in all types of Weaver, who provided development law
13,.2006. Members of the Youth Corps Advisory Committee, pelvic floor disorders, which become more insights, shared the dais with Florida House
which includes current Youth Corps members, will review common as womeri age and can significantly Rep. Trey Traviesa (District 56) and Re-
the applications and conduct interviews for acceptance into impact the quality of life. He offers a wide becca O'Hara, deputy general counsel of the
the program. Youth Corps activities include team building, range of surgical and non-surgical therapies Florida League of Cities. The three panelists
leadership development, community service, open forums to treat patients with pelvic organ prolapse, discussed the impact of the 2006 legislative
with the mayor, and the production of a monthly youth- iicontinence, overactive bladder, childbirth- session on land. developers, homebuilders
focused television show From The Corps which airs on related pelvic floor injury, and pelvic muscle and buyers, city planners, local governments,
CTTV Channel 15. dysfunction. state agencies and other constituents.
For additional information, please contact Rebecca Heim- Dr. Hoyte came to USF from Harvard Weaver was inducted into the Tampa Bay
Sstead, Youth Corps coordinator at 274-5909 or email Rebecca. Medical School, where he was an assistant Real Estate Hall of Fame in 1996 for his
Heimstead@tampagov.net. professor of obstetrics and gynecology and contributions to the economic development
radiology. of the region.
HAiR Casting
MiA.D. Theatre of Tampa Bay, Inc. is casting for the musical
HAiR on Saturday and Sunday, September 9 and 10 at 2pm :
at MacDonald Training Center, 5420 W. Cypress St. Director
Corinne Broskette (member of the original LA Cast) is seeking / .-I1
actors with good voices who can move well. The.cast of 16-171
actors include four male principals (one African American)
and two to three fmale principals(any), plus a "Tribe" of five
male singer/dancers (two African American) and five female
singer/dancers (three African American).
Bring sheet music or lead. sheet. to sing your best 16 bars
of an up beat rock 'n roll song and a ballad (a cappella or
tape are also ok). Be prepared to do simple jazz choreography.
Headshots.and resumes are plus. There is silhouette nudity SOCIAL SECURITY
for 15 seconds at the end of the first act, all actors are encour-
aged to participate, body stockings will be accepted. DISABILITY CLAIM S
For more information and questions, please contact Justyn IL CIMS_______________
Wade Dansby at 810-9701 orjustyn@madtheatre.com
Jazz Holiday
Clearwater Jazz Holiday will present, in concert between
October 19 and.22, some of jazz's finest talents ircluding M I ael
Kenny G, Mindi Abair, Richard Elliot, Manhattan Transfer
and Cherry Poppin' Daddies. The world-class event typically Attorney At Law
attracts tens of thosands of visitors to Clearwater the third
weekend in October. Presented in the 20-acre landscaped
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Frosted Mug of DRAFT BEER N ANDFOR HILLSBORAOUGH Hllsborough Couny
OR OUR HOME MADE SANGRIA CIVIL ACTION
with purchase of our worid famous CASE NO. 06-CA-5417 DIVISION K DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES
S DAILY SPECIAL WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,
Plaintiff, REQUESTS FOR BIDS
FREE CHEESE During Cocktail Hour vs. REQUESTS FOR BDS
5-7 p.m. (Serve Yourself) Food Served Till 2 ANETHETTE GARCIA, et al, AND/OR PROPOSALS
Defendant(s).
eNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the following, until the stated date and time when they will be
a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure ublicly opened
dated August 24, 2006, and entered in pu y opened.
Case NO. 06-CA-5417 of the Circuit Court SEPTEMBER 19, 2006 -2:00 P.M.
of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in
and for HILLSBOROUGH County, Florida T-0395-06 (RB) PURCHASE OF BLANK PINFEED LABELS
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A, is FOR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS
the Plaintiff and ANETHETTE GARCIA;
are the Defendants, 1 will sell to the *
highest and best bidder for cash at 800 PLEASE NOTE: THE ABOVE BID IS A HILLSBOROUGH
E. Twiggs Street, George Edgecomb
Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING COUNCIL BID
., Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the -
19th day of September, 2006, the follow-
ng described property as set forth in said SEPTEMBER 21, 2006 2:00 P.M.
Final Judgment: P-0427-06 (BM) LCD DISPLAY SYSTEM
2202 E 7th Avenue LOT 28 HILCREST, ACCORDING P04206 (BM) LCD
Tampa, FL 33605 CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 94, PAGES
90-1 AND 90-2, PUBLIC RECORDS. Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences.
Hours: Tues. Sat. 12 8 p.m. OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with
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CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
AUTO PARTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY MaidPro THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
MOVERS CI EVCeSIN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
Inside Sales / Warehouse Duties. CIVIL SERVICE needs COUNTY, FLORIDA
Moving company locking Pay based on exp. (1 yr.).-Good New Emr ment OUTSTANDING CSN1 CIVILACTION
for C:D.L. drivers, benefits. HSD or GED. Bilingual. ppounes-4921-CA DIVISION: F
foremen, and helpers. Fax resume: 813-630-4747 ACCOUNTING CLERK Ihousekeepers APITAL ONE NATONAL
ACCOUNTING CLERK 111 ASSOCIATION,
Izik 954-696-8535 Ph: 813-630-4646 $28,870 $8.50 $12 per hr. Plaintiff,
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST Clean background / reliable THE UNKNOWN HEnS, DEVISEES,
sco AR H COORDiN ATOR $3284 transportation required. GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR $32,884 CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER
:- O-HERN AN COMMUNITY COLLEGOE AIRPORT POLICE OFFICER Call 977-9686, ext. 4 CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
?PASCO-HERNANDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE UNDER, JOHN KROSLAK, DECEASED,
(CERTIFIED) et al,
^- -(NON-STANDARD HOURS) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Defendant(s).
Coordinator of Scholarship and Donor Relations District $37,259- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE OF ACTION
Office ew Port Richey campus Required: Bachelor's EXECUTIVE SECRETARY THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
degree froma regionallyaccredited institution; excellent math, $2870 IN ANDOR HILLSORUGH RANTEES ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
writing, and word processing skills; ability to speak and repre- RE SCTCIVIL ACTION OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
sent the College/Foundation to the public; ability to work on R CASE NO. 06-CA-5766 DIVISION I BY,THROUGH;UNDEER, JOHN
multiple projects with minimal supervision; excellent organiza- $51916 CREDIT-BASED ASSET SERVICING LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
tional skills; minimum one year of work experience (related work HUMAN SERVICES AND SECURITIZATION LLC, TADDES: UNK
experience preferred). Must be able to work occasional SUPERVISOR P. ANY AND.ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
vs. ANY AND.ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
nights and weekends, and have reliable transportation. Satis- $45,115, THOMAS J. BLAISDELL, et al, CLAIMING BY,"THROUGH, UNDER,
Defendant(s). AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
factory criminal history background check is required. Salary LOCKSMITH Defendant(s). ND AGAINSITHE EE EIN NAMED
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO
range is $37,000 $38,850 annually. The application $27,164 NOTrCE ISHREBY RESLEt ARENOTKNOWN.TOBEDEA
proce ma be initiated with copies of transcripts, but ROAMMNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN suato ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
proess may be initiated with copies of transcriptsnal udgmentofMrtgage Foreclosure PARTIESAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
official transcripts must be received prior to the interview. $4 15 dated August 22, 2006, apd entered in AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES;
tracripts b / be receivedprior tChe6interview. 45,reum Case O -CA-5766 of the CircuitCourt GRANTEES, OROTHER CLAIMANTS
Send or fax, by 9/8/06, letter of interest, current resume, PUBLIC TRANSPORTAION ofth TIRTEENTH Judicia Circuit in
PHCC application, and (mail) official transcripts to .Vana SPOR andCfor THILLSBORUGHCouy, Floda .i LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
Harrisn, Pasco-Hernando Community College,. 10230INSPECTOR heei CREDITBASED ASSET SER- CURRENTADDRESS UNKNOWN
Ridge Road, New Port Richey FL 34654-5199; Ph0D-ne: "$36,171 VICING AND SECURITIZATION LLC, .s YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Ride Road, Ne Port Rihey, FL 34654-5199; Phone: the Plaintiff and THOMASJ.. BLAISDELL; foreclose a mortgage-on the following prop-
727-816-3410, Fax: 727-816-3450. Applications available: SENIORAIRPORT : CROSS CREEK II MASTER ASSOCIA erty in HILLSBOROUGH.County, Florida:
www.phcc.eduladministration/hr/employment.php MATE- TRFFIC SPECIALIST T INC; are thet Defendantd asill sel PARCEL ONE
RIALS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE POSTMARKED OR (NON-STANDARD HOURS) 00 E. Twiggs Street, George EdgecombOR 135EET F THE
FAXED NO LATER THAN 9/8/06. $311512 Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, SOUTH 150 FEET OF THE NORTH
N 9 Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM., on the 1000 FEET OF THE EAST 270.4 FEET
S SENIOR PLANNER 15thday of September, 2006, the follow- OF THE WEST 470 4 FEET OF THE
EOE/ADA Compliance. 115ng described property as set forth in said NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
S$45 bsite: www.phcc.edu Final Judgment: NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION
Webste www.phc.eduSENIOR SOFTWARE. LOT 2, BLOCK 7, CROSS CREEK 1, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUT, RANGE 17
SSPECIALIST .UNIT 1, ACCORDINGTO THE MAP EAST-,. LYING AND BEING IN HILLS-
SPECR PLATT THEREOF AS RECORDED BOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
(SERVERADMINISTRATION) IN PLAT BOOK 67, PAGE 16, ANDPARCELTWO:
$59,612- PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOR- AN EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
l- OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. EGRESS OVER AND ACROSS THE
.Hillsbough Coty Seeourweb Site at A/K/A 9410 LARKBUNTING DRIVE, SOUTH 15 FEET OF THE NORTH
HillsboroughCouny TAMPA, FL 33647. 1000 FEET OF THE WEST 470.4
http://www.hccsb.org FEET OF THE' NORTHWEST QUAR-
Hsb ugh Cuny Plnning & Gwh Any prson claiming an interestin the OF THE NORTHWESTUAR
Hillsborough County Planning & Growth or contact surplus from the sale, if any,. other than TER OF THE NORTHWEST QUAR-
SPEC AL PROPERTY GHTS Job ewline 272-6975 he propetyowner as of the date of.the TER OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 28
SPECIAL PROP72-62 Li Pendens must file a claim within SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST, LYING
sixty (60) days after the sale. AND BEING IN HILLSBOROUGH
C AIM MA l TRAT sixty.(60)aysaertesale. COUNTY, FLORIDA, LESS ROAD
AIM MA I A E or visit our office at: -If you are a person with a disability who RIGHT-OF-WAY
needs any accommodation in order to
The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners on 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard participae in this proceeding, you are has been filed against you and you are
November 14, 1996 approved Ordinance 96-35, Land Develop- 17th~ Floor, Tampa, FL enitited, ano cost to you to the provision required o serve a coy of your writen
of certain assistance. Please contact the defenses, if any, on or before October 2,
ment Code (LDC), Article IX, 9.02.03 which provides for the Preference in initial apt will Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit. Civil Divi- 2006, on Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski,
appointment of Special Magistrates to mediate .land. use be given toeligible vets & sion, East Twggs Street, Tampa, FL aintiff's attorney,whoe addres
aoeg o33602, telephone no..276-8100, ext. 7252,. 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
:-disputes and render recommendations regarding property eligible spouses ofvets, within 2 working days of your receipt of Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the ori-
rights claims as found in Article XI, 11.05.00 of the LDC pursu- AA/EEO Employer this document; if you are hearing or voice inal with this Court either before ser-
ant. to 70.51 of the Florida Statues. Applicants for these1 impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. vice on Plaintiff'is attorney or immediately
ant o 70.51 ofthe Florida Statues. Applicant for these TNESS MY HAN and he seal of thereafter, otherwisea defaultiwillbe en-
appointments must be a resident of the state and possess LEGALhis Cour on Augst 22, 2006. teed aint ou orhe relief demanded
experience and expertise in mediation in at least one of the P- at Frank This notice shall be publishe once each
following disciplines and a working familiaritywith the thers: HILLSOROG COUNTYLORIDA y:andra Glennon we for twoconsecutiveweeksthe La
land use and environmental permitting, land planning, land GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION Deputy Clerk Gaeta
economics, local and state government organization and Case No.: 2006-7518 Division "A" Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski needs any apccrmodation ii order to
powers, and the law governing the same. This is a personal NELSON J. PRIEDE, -P.O. Box 25018 participate in this proceeding, you are
services contract not to exceed $200.00 per hour, half of which Plaintiff, Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 entitled, at no cost t you to the provision
vs -F06011032 /25-9/1/06 2T of certain assistance. Please contact the
hourly rate is the responsibility of the private claimant. Please MARIA.PARADIS, IF LiVING, AND F 8/-/12T lerk of ircuit Court uit ivil Division,
forward resume clearly documenting above qualifications to: DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE 800 Eas Twiggs reeTamp, F
Paula Harvey, Division Director Planning & Growth HEIRS, U NSPR THE 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext.7252,
Paula Hvey Divisin Director Planning & Growth E EE GRANTEES THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT withn 2workng daysof your. ecei of
P1 m3e ASSIGNS, LIENORS, 3REOITORS, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH this document; f. you are hearingor voice
Management, P.O. Box 1110, Tampa, FL 33601. Resume TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES. COUNTY, FLORIDA this aredo cae yu 180 87rinrvo7e
must be postmarked no later than September 25, 2006. CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, CIVIL ACTION a 955-8771
THROUGH, OR-UNDER OR AGAINST CASE NO. 06-004350-CA DIVISION G WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
9/1/06 1T MARIA PARADIS; ET AL, CASE NO. 06-004350-CA DIVISION G Court on this 25th day of August, 2006.
Defendants COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC, Pat Frank
NOTICE OFACTION Plaintiff, .Clerk of the Court .
STO: MARA PARADIS, LIVING, AND I vs. By: Henry Suber, Jr.
MEIOPiLTO: MARIA PARADIS, IF LIVING, AN I PATRICIA CAMPBELL, et al As Deputy Cdlerk
TI PUBLIC- DEAD, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, Defendant(s). Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
ASSIGNS, LIENORS, CREDITORS, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE P.O. Box 2501,8
nTRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Tampa; Florida 336225018
iz Tn PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure F06008453 9/1-9/8/06 2T
OTICI IBY, THROUGH, OR UNDER OR dated August 24, 2006, and entered in.
............... NOTICE AGAINST MARIA PARADIS Case NO. 06-004350-CA of the Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fORhfRTl'Ol E Whose last known address is: Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Cir- THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
402 Hanlon cuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH County, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
Tampa, Florida 33604 Florida wherein E HOCOUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA
ANN... MRLELOANS, INC, is the Plaintiff and PATRI- A O ID
The Hillsborough County Metrepolitan Planning ANNA MORALLES CIA CAMPBELL; JOHNNIE CAMPBELL; FAMILY LAW DIVISION
SP.O. Box 1407, Rio Grande ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CASE NO.: 06-DR-006021 DIVISION: F
Organization (MPO) will hold a public hearing to Puerto Rico 00745 CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
J. D. LEWIS, TRUSTEE OF THE AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDI- IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF.
adopt the priorities for the Transportation PSRL LAND TRUST DATED APRIL VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ANTHONY MINGO,
30, 1992 KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHE- Petitioner,
Improvement Program (TIP) for Fiscal Years 2007/08 C/O CAROLE LEWIS THER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY and
P.O. Box 23183 CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, MONIQUE P. WILLIAMS,
Tampa, Florida 33612 HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR Respondent.
DATE: Tuesday, September 11, 2006 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the Defend-
TIME: 9:00 a.m. Quiet Title for Possession Under Title ants, 1 will sell to the highest and best AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTIONFOR
Ion the f9llowing property in Hillsborough: bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
PLACE: County Centr, 26th Floor "B" oEast feg proprtyn Hilsborouh George Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, TO: MONIQUE P. WILLIAMS
PLACE: C nty Center, r East 25 feet of Lot 9, Block 16 of Room 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at (Current Address Unknown)
601 East Kennedy Blvd., Tampa CAMPOBELLO. SUBDIVISION as per 2:00 PM, on the 21st day of September, YU ARE NOTIFIED that an actionhas
601 Eat Kennedy B d., Tampa map orplat hereofas recorded in Plat 2006, the following described property as been fiAd agains you that you hae
Book.2 Page 29 of the Public Records set forth in said Final Judgment: required to serve a copy of your writ-
The MPO is responsible for determining priorities for federal cf Hillsborough County, Florida. LOT 2, BLOCK 2, GROVE PARK, ten defenses, i any, to it on ADRIAN R.
Shas been filed against you and you are UNIT II, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT CASTRO, P.A., on behalf of the Petition-
money allocated to transportation projects within Hillsborough required to serve a copy of your written THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT er, ANTHONY MINGO, whose address is
County. This determination is done as part of the defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiffs At- BOOK 56, PAGE 57, OF THE PUB- 505 E. Jackson Street, Suite 210, Tampa,
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The public torney, whose name and address is: LIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH Florida 33602, on or before October 2,
offers an o y fr i d VINCENT PHILIP NUCCIO COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2006, and file the original with the clerk
hearing offers an opportunty for intereste parties to provie 4049 Henderson.Boulevard A/K/A 949 SUNRIDGE POINT DRIVE, of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street,
comments to the MPO on TIP project priorities. Tampa, Florida 33629 SEFFNER, FL 33584. Tampa, Florida 33602, before service on
on or before October 2, 2006 (no later Any person claiming an interest in the the Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If
A draft of the priorities can be viewed online at than 30 days from the date of the first surplus from the sale, if any, other than you fail to do so, a default may be en-
http://www.hilsproughmpo.org s n ds prior the pli ublication of- this notice) and file the the property owner as of the date of the tered against you for the relief demanded
http:// .hsboroughmp.orgseven days prior to the public original with the Clerk of this Court either Lis Pendens must file a claim within in the Petition.
hearing or by visiting the MPO office at 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., before service on Plaintiffs attorney or sixty (60) days after the sale. Copies of all court documents in this
18th floor, Tampa, FL 33602. immediately thereafter; otherwise a de- If you are a person with a disability who case, including orders, are available at the
fault will be entered- against you for the needs any accommodation in order to Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may
For special accommodations- te attend this meeting, please relief demanded in the Complaint. participate in this proceeding, you are review these documents upon request.
or pecial accommodations to attend this meeting, please I you are a person with a disability who entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
call 813/273-3774 x351 at least three business days prior to needs any accommodation in order to of certain assistance. Please contact the Court's office notified of your current ad-
the meeting. participate in this proceeding, you are Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
entitled, at no cost to you, to .the provision sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is responsible of certain assistance. Please contact the 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, within 2 working days of your receipt of in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
for establishing a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, this document; if you are hearing or voice address on record at the clerk's office.
long range transportation plan for Tampa, Plant City, Temple telephone no. 276-8100, ext 7252, within impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam-
a 2 working days of your receipt of his WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires
Terrace and Hillsborough County, in compliance with federal document; if you are hearing or voice this Court on August 25, 2006. certain automatic disclosure of docu-
and state laws. impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. Pat Frank ments and information. Failure to comply
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Clerk of the Circuit Court can result in sanctions, including dis-
For a listing of meetings and events, log onto the MPO Court at Hillsborough County, Florida, this By: Sandra Glennon missal or striking of pleadings.
website or call the MPO 24 Hour Event Hotline at (813) 224- 24th day of August, 2006. Deputy Clerk DATED: August 29, 2006
PAT FRANK Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski PAT FRANK
8190. Clerk of the Circuit Court P.O. Box 25018 CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
September 1, 2006 By: David Anderson Tampa, Floda 33622-5018 By: Brnda Dudey
Deputy Clerk F06007407 By: Brenda Dudley
9/1-9/22/06 4T 9/1-9/8/06 2T Deputy Clerk 9/1-9/22/06 4T
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of AND LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL this Court on August 29, 2006. FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 12, RUN THENCE SOUTH 00"
IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH 33602, telephone no, 276-8100, ext. 7252, Pat Frank 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEET ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID NORTH-
COUNTY, FLORIDA within 2 working days of your receipt of Clerk of the Circuit Court EAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89 40'07" WEST, 30.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-
CIVIL ACTION this-document; if you ar hearing or voice anra nnnOF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CASE NO.: 2006-6366-CA DIVISION: G impaired, calI 1-800-955-8771. By: SanCaennr SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, 746.81 FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
DEUTSCHE BNK NATIONALTRUST WITNESS MY HAN and the seal of putyOF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE NORTH 88" 10'18 WEST, 10.00 FEET; THENCE
COMPANY AS TRUSTEE UNDER this Court on August 29, 2006. Echevarra, Codilis & Stawiarski NORTH 00 19'53" EAST, 756.50 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-
ATHE POOLNG AND SERVIICo uNGt C O P.O. Box 25018N WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. S-576 (MEMORIAL HIGHWAY); THENCE SOUTH
THEPOOLING ANSERVICING Pat Fra r Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 44 48'06" EAST, 14.11 FEET ALONG THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
200EDEMT SE S IF I S B oe or F06011283 9/1-9/8/06 2T STATE ROAD NO. S-576 (MEMORIAL HIGHWAY) TO THEPOINTOF BEGINNING.
2005P D, By: Sandra Gienno 1 2T
Plaintiff Deputy Clerk AND
vs. chevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12,
ZENON C. M A/K/A ZENON CHRIS M, P.O.Box 25018 THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT RUN THENCE SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST. 104.79 FEET ALONG THE EAST BOUND-
et al, Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH ARY OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89" 40'07"WEST, 30.00 FEET
Defendant(s) F06005845 9/1-9/8/06 2T COUNTY, FLORIDA TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE NORTH 44
S9/19/8/06 2T CIVIL ACTION 48'06" WEST, 14.11 FEET ALONG THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID
NOTICE OF ACTIONCASE NO 06-CA-5646 DIVISN E MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 00
TO: ZENON C. M A/KA ZENON CHRIS M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 19'53" WEST. 756.50 FEET; THENCE NORTH 88 10'18" WEST, 40.01 FEET;
LASTKNOWN ADRESS: THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CRCIT NEW CENTURYMORTGAGE THENCE NORTH 00 19'53" EAST: 759.27 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTH
2219 Valrico Forstrie INAN FOR HILISBOROUGH CORPORATION, RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID MEMORIAL HIGHWAY, THENCE ALONG SAID
ric, FL 3594 COUNTY, FLORIDA Plaintiff, -SOUTH RIGHT-OFWAY LINE THE FOLLOWINGTWOCOURSES
CURRENT ADDRESS: CIVILACTION vs. 1 SOUTH 89 56'05" EAST, 3.00 FEET
2219 ValricoForest Drive 2CASEI BERTRAM HILL AABRTRAM SOUTH 44 48'06 EAST, 5.64 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Valrico. FL 33594 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL HILL, et al, AN
PHYLLIS CADELL-M C-BASSOCIATION, LAS O TRUSTEE FO.TTHE E OFFORSAL FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
LASTKNOWN ADDRESS: C ASSOGAELOA NOTICE OFFORECLOSURESALE 12 RUN THENCE SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEETALONG THE EAST
2219 Valrico Forest Drive ASSETBACD CER ICATES, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to BOUNDARY UNE OF SAID SECTION 12; THENCE NORTH 89 40'07" WEST. 30.00
Valrico, FL 33594 SERIES 205-CB8, a Final Judgment of Moitgage Foreclosure EET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE SOUTH
CURRENT ADDRESS: Plaintiff, dated August 29, 2006,. and entered in- 00 19'53" WEST, 864.26 FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
221VCURRE R vs. Case NO. 06-CA-5646 of the Circuit Court GEORGE ROAD TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 00 19'53"
Valrico, FL 3394 DENNIS SUAREZ, et al of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in WEST, 853.03 FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE
V L Defndant(s). and for HILLSBOROUGH County, Florida ROAD TO A POINTON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF INDEPENDENCE
TENANT #1 E wherein NEW CENTURY MORTGAGE. PAfRKWAY. THENCE FROM ATANGENT BEARING OF NORTH 86 59'10' WEST;
SLAST KNOWN ADDRESS: N TICE ORECLOSURE SAL CORPORATION, is the Plaintiff and BER- RUN NORTHWESTERLY 10.01 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF ACURVE.CONCAVE
2219 Valico Forest Drive NOTICEIS ERBYVEN prat o TRAM HILL A/K/A BERTRAM A. HILL; T THE NORTHEAST WHOSE RADIUS IS 1153.00 FEET; CENTRAL ANGLE IS 00
Valrico, FL 33594 oa Final Judgment ofMortgageForeclOsure are the. Defendants, will sell .t the 2951" AND HASi CHOR 'BEARING AND DISTANCEOF NORTH 860 44'15"
CURRENTADDRESS: dated August 28, 206, and entered in highest and best bidder forcash at 800 WEST, 10.01 FEET ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
2219 Vlrico Forest Drive Case NO. 2006-591-CA of the Circuit E. Twiggs Street, George Edgecomb INDEENDENCE PARKWAY; THENCE NORTH 00 1953 EAST, 852.78 FEET;
Valrio FL 33594 rtofthe THIRTEENT Judicia Crcit Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Roo 201/202, THENC STH 88 1018" EAST. 10.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEINNING.
TENlANTo, 34 in and fIrlHILLSBORQ GH County, Flor- Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the AND' -
TENANT #2 :da wherein JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, 27th day of September,. 2006, the.foliow-
O N AD RES& T A SMC S 2ng i oa FROM THE, NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: NATIONAL ASSOCATION; AS TRUST- ing descbed .propertyas set forh in said' FROM HENORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
2219 Valrico Forest Drive EE FOR'.THE C-ASS MORTGAGE- 'Final Judgmnt: 12, RUN THENCE SOUTH 1953" WEST, 104.79 FEET ALONG THE EAST. BOUND-
Valrico, FL 33594 LOANASSET-BACKEDCERTIFICATES, LARY LINE OF SAD NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89 40'07" WEST, 30.00
CRENT ADDRS SERIES 2005-CB8 is.he Plaintiff and LOT LOK INGMLL FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCESOUTH
O2219NTic F S DENNIS SUAREZ TENANT# N/KIA ACCORDINGTO THE PLAT THERE- 00 19'53" WEST. 864.26. FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
VaricoF t DF33594 nv JERRAD SUAREZ are the Defendants, I OF AS RECORDEO IN PLAT B.OOK GEORGE ROAD; THENCE NORTH 88 10'18" WEST, 10.00 FEET TO THE POINT
aic 339 sel to the highst d b b f 99 PAGE 195, OF THE PUBLIC OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST,852.78 FEET TOA POINTON
ANYAND AUNNOWN PARTIES cash at80 E. TwisStreetGeorge RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGR1H THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF INDEPENDENCE PARKWAY; RUN
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, EdgecombCurthouse, 2nd Floor, Room COUNTY FLORIDA. NORTHWESTERLY, 40.11 FEET ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO
ANDAGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMED 201/202, Tmpa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 A/KA 232 CASTLEKEEPER PLACE, THE NORTHEAST WHOSE RADIUS IS 1153.00 FEET, CENTRAL ANGLE IS 01"
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WO PM, on the 25th day of September, 2006 VALRICO, FL 33594 59'35" AND HAS A CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE NORTH 85 4427' WEST,
ARE NOT KNOWNTO BEDEADR the folowing described property as set Any persri claimin an interest in the 40.11 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 19'53" EAST, 850.92 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88"
ALIVE,WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN forth.in said Final Judgent: surplus from the sale, if any, otherthan 10'18" EAST. 40.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST'
ASSPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, LOT 9, BLOCK 9, GROVE PARK the property owner as of the date of the THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 29
GRANTEES, R OTHER CLAIMANTS ESTATES UNIT NO. 7,:ACCORDING Lis Pendens must file a claim within SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING
LAST KNOWN ARESS: UNKNOWN TO THE MAP ORPLAT THEREOF sixty (60) days aftr the sale. FURTHER DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
NONT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 36, If you are-a person with a disability who COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
CURENTADDRESS:UNKNOWN PAGE 78, OF THE PUBLIC REC- needs any ccommodation i order to SECTION 12; THENCE ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAIDNORTHEAST 1/4
YOU ARE NOTIFIED.that an action to ORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUN- participate in this proceeding, you are OF SAID SECTION 12, SOUTH 00* 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEET; THENCE LEAVING
foreclosea mortgageon.thefollowing prop- TY, FLORIDA. entitled, at no cost toyou, to the provision SAID LINE, NORTH 89 40'07"WEST, 30.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY
erty in HILLSBOROUGH County, Florida: A/K/A 7818 NORTH WOODLYNNE of certain assistance Please contact the LINEOF GEORGE:ROAD; THENCE ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,.
LOT 23, BLOCK 1, VALRICO FOR- -AVENUE TAMPA FL 33614 Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, 746.81 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
EST, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR A n c i th sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL CONTINUE. ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST,
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN An son mng an nr 33602, telephone no. 276-8100 ext. 7252, 117.45 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID LINE, NORTH 88" 1018" WEST, 104.97
PLAT BOOK 78 PAGE 27, OF THE splufrom te sale, ifany, other th within 2 working days of your receipt of FEET TO A NON-TANGENT CURVE CONCAVE WESTERLY AND HAVING A
PUBLIC RECORDSP OF HILLSBOR- te prnd ner a of te dae th this document; if you are hearing or voice RADIS OF 550.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID CURVE, 211.48
OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. L sixty (6) days afterthe sale. impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. FEET THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 22 01'50" (CHORD BEARING SOUTH
has been filed agairst you and you are aere e WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of 090 42'52" WEST, A CHORD DISTANCE OF 210.18 FEET); THENCE SOUTH 20"
requiredto serve a copy of your writ- Ifyou area person with a disability who this Cot n Auust 29, 2006 4347 WEST, 72.36 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45 2443 WEST, 273.30 FEET;
ten defenses,;if anyon or before Oc- needs any accommodatior in order to nTHENCE SOUTH 06' 42'27" EAST, 417.31 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 81 26'33"
tber 2, 2006, on Echevarria, Codilis & participate in this proceediing you are Pat' Frank WEST. 285.57 FEET; THENCE NORTH 06 04'15" WEST, 584.99 FEET; THENCE
Stawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney,. hose led,at no osttoyou,o heprvision Clerk of the rcuitCou NORTH 89 53'31" WEST, 460.39 FEET; THENCE NORTH. 85.07 FEET; THENCE
address is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, of certain assistance Please contact the By: Sandra Glennon NORTH'45 06'33" EAST. 167.11 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89 53'01" EAST, 43.88
Suite 300 Tampa, Flor da 33634, and file Clerk of: Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- Deputy Clerk FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 0613" EAST. 138.36 FEET: THENCE NORTH 89"
the original with this. Court either before sion, 800 East TWiggs Street, Tampa, FL Echevarria, Codils & Stawiarski 27'05" EAST, 206.21 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 44" 54'11 EAST, .267.23 FEET;
service on Plaintiff ttorney or immedi- 33602 telephoneo. 276-8100, ext. 7252, Box 25018 THENCE SOUTH 88 20'25" EAST, 80.82 FEET; THENCE NORTH44" 5543
ately thereafter, otherwise a default will within 2 wo-rking days of your receipt of Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 EAST, 355.42 FEET TO A NON-TANGENT CURVE CONCAVE WESTERLY AND
be entered against you for the relief de- this document; if you are heaing or voce F06010791 HAVING A RADIUS OF 425.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID
manded in the Complaint or petition. impaired, cali 1-800-955-8771. 9/1-9/8/06 2T CURVE, 268.07 FEET THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 36 08'22" (CHORD
This notice shall be published. once O -ICEoF C BEARING SOUTH 24 22'37" EAST, 263.65 FEET); THENCE SOUTH 06 18'26"
each week r to consecutive weeks in NOTICEOF PUBLICHEARIG EAST, 88.71' FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88 1018" EAST, 109.55 FEET TO THE
the La Gaceta. ON OCTOBER 12,2006 AT 6:00 P.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR, POINT OF BEGINNING.
If you are a person with a disability who CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
needs any accommodation in order to HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING REZON- FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
participate in this proceeding, you are ING PETITION(S): 1.2, RUN THENCE SOUTH 00. 19'53" WEST. 104.79 FEET ALONG THE EAST
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision FILE NO.: Z06-102 BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89" 40'07" WEST,
of ertain assistance. Please contact the PETION OF LORIE SCHAEFER CURA REQUESTING TO REZONE PROPERTY 30.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE
Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, PTITION 0 R SAE A REZONE P SOUTH 00" 19'53" WEST, 746.81 FEET ALONGTHE WEST BOUNDARY LINE OF
800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL AT 2804 W. VIRGINIA AVENUE FROM RS-50 TO PD. GEORGE ROAD TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;. THENCE SOUTH 00" 19'53"
33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: WEST, 117.45 FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE
within 2 working days of your receipt of THE WEST 50.0 FEET OF THE EAST 200.0 FEET OF THE NORTH 130.0 FEET OF ROAD; THENCE NORTH. 88 10'18" WEST. 10.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00
this document; if you are hearing or voice THE SOUTH 1/2 OF LOT 121, COLLINS ARMENIA PARK SUBDIVISION, ACCORD- 19'53" EAST, 117.45 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88" 10'18" EAST, 10.00 FEET TO
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. ING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 27, PAGE 109, THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND
Court on this 29th day of August, 2006. FILE NO.: Z06-103 FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION
Pat Frank PETITION OF CHARLES & TERRY CORCES REQUESTING TO REZONE PROP- 12; RUN THENCE SOUTH 000 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEET ALONG THE EAST
Clerk of the Court ERTY AT 504 N.HUBERT AVENUE FROM RS-50TOPD. BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89" 4007" WEST,
By: Henry Suber, Jr.LEGAL DESRIPTION: 30.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE
Deputy Clerk LEGAL DECRIPTN: SOUTH 000 19'53" WEST, 746.81 FEET ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY
Echevarri i Stawiarski- THE NORTH 18 FEET OF LOT 2, ALL OF LOT 3 AND THE SOUTH 18 FEET OF LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE NORTH 88 1018" WEST, 10.00 FEET TO
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski LOT 4 IN BLOCK 9, HANAN ESTATES, AS PER MAP OR PLAT THEREOF THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 00" 19*53 WEST, 117.45 FEET;
P.O. Box 25018 RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14 ON PAGE 43 OF THE.PUBLIC RECORDS OF THENCE NORTH 88' 10'18" WEST, 40:01 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00" 19'53"
Tmpa, Florida 33622-5018 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH THE EAST 1/2 OF EAST: 117.45 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88 1018" EAST, 40.01 FEET TO THE
F06012375 9/1-9/8/06 2T VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID LOTS. POINT OFBEGINNING.
IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THE FILE NO.: Z06-105 FILE NO.: Z06-107
THIRTEENTH.JUDICIALCIRCUIT PETITION OF MR. RON WEISSER, VICE PRESIDENT, REQUESTING TO REZONE PETITION OF KLM REALTY, INC. REQUESTING TO REZONE PROPERTY AT 4001
IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH PROPERTY AT 4110 GEORGE ROAD FROM PD-A TO PD-A. W. KENNEDY BLVD. FROM CG TO PD.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
CASE NO. 2006-03488 DIVISION G THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, LOTS 1 THROUGH 24 INCLUSIVE, LESS THE ROAD, BLOCK 13, NORTH
ASE N. 2- IVIIN G 'RANGE 17 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, DESCRIBED AS ROSEDALE, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
JP MORGAN CHASEBANK, AS FOLLOWS: PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE 12, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH
TRUSTEE, FROM THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12. COUNTY, FLORIDA
Plaintiff, RUN THENCE SOUTH 0() 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEET, ALONG THE EAST LESS AND EXCEPT
vs. BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH 89" 40'07" WEST, 30.00 THAT PART OF LOTS 10,11, AND 12 IN BLOCK 13 OF-NORTH ROSEDALE.
BRENDA PATSALOS AK/A BRENDA L. FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GEORGE ROAD FOR A POINT OF ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
PATSALOS, etal, BEGINNING; FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNINO, RUN THENCE SOUTH 00" 15, PAGE 12, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
Defendant(s). 19'33" WEST, 1717.29 FEET, ALONG THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY. LINE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDED WITHIN THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED GEORGE ROAD; THENCE FROM A TANGENT BEARING'OF NORTH 86" 59'10" COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 12, BLOCK 13, NORTH
FORLOSUR SALE WEST, RUN NORTHWESTERLY, 984.46 FEET, LONGA CURVETO TE RIGT. ROSEDALE THENCE SOUTH 002244 WEST, 28.537 FEET ALONG THE
RECSE SE (HAVING A RADIUS OF 1153.00 FEET, A CENTRAL ANGLE OF48 5514, AND A WESTERY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF NORTH GRADY AVENUE TO THE POINT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE OF NORTH 62 31'33" WEST, 954.83 FEET), OF BEGINNING; THENCE WlTH SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAYUNE, SOUTH
to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure TO THE END OF SAID CURVE; THENCE NORTH 38 03'56" WEST, 138513FEET 0022'44" WEST, 59.990 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,
Sale dated August 28, 2006 and TO THE BEGINNING OF A CURVE TO THERIGHT; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY, NORTH 89"51'05" WEST, 52.693 FEET; THENCE NORTH 000 05'22 EAST, 59.960
entered in Case NO. 2006-03488 of the 279.54 FEET, ALONG SAID CURVE (HAVING A RADIUS OF 125.00FEET, A FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89"53'01" EAST, 52.996 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH CENTRAL ANGLE OF 128 07'51", AND A CHORD, BEARING AND DISTANCE OF WESTERLY RIGHTOF-WAY LINE OF NORTH GRADY AVENUE AND TO THE
Judicial Circuit in and for HILLSBOR- NORTH 26" 00'00" EAST, 224.82), TO THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF POIT OF BEGINNING.
OUGH County, Florda wherein JP STATE ROAD NO. S-576 (MEMORIAL HIGHWAY); THENCE SOUTH 89" 56'05"
MORGAN CHASE BANK, AS TRUST- EAST, 1598:62 FEET ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE; THENCE FILE NO.: Z06-108
EE, is the Plaintiff and BRENDA PAT- SOUTH 44" 48'06" EAST, 19.75 FEET, ALONG INTERSECTION RIGHT-OF-WAY PETITION OF JANA GOODMAN REQUESTING TO REZONE PROPERTY AT 3706
SALOS A/IKA BRENDA L. PATSALOS; LINE FOR SAID STATE ROAD NO. S-576, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. W. ROLAND FROM RS-60 TO PD.
THE UNKNOWN. SPOUSE OF BREN- LESS: LEGAL DECRIPTION:
DA PATSALOS AK/A BRENDA L. PAT-
SALOS N/K/A JOHN DOE; are the De- THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 29 LOTS 2 AND 3, BLOCK 3, BON-AIR, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT
fendants, 1 will sell to the highest and best SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 5 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, FURTHER DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
George Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID FILE NO.: Z06-119
Room 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at SECTION 12; THENCE ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 p ON OF RUSSELL VERSAGI REQESNG N REON PROERTY AT
2:00PM, on the 28th day of September OF SAID SECTION 12, SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, 104.79 FEET; THENCE LEAVING PETTIONOF RUEL VERSAGGI REQESTI T REZONE PROPEY
2006, the following described property SAID LINE. NORTH 89 40'07" WEST, 30.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY 3613 S. MACDILL AND 3101 & 3103 W. EUCLID AVENUE FROM RS-60 TO PD.
as set forth in said Final Judgment: LINE OF GEORGE ROAD; THENCE ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE. LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
LOT 66, BLOCK 1, TIMBERLANE SUB- SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, 746.8 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE LOT72 LESSN 2:50 FEET, LOT76, ANDLOT 77 OF REVISEDMAPOFUNIT N 9
DIVISION UNIT NO. 8C, ACCORDING CONTINUE ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE. SOUTH 00 19'53" WEST, OF BEL-MAR, A SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE 30 OF
TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, 117.45 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID LINE. NORTH 88 10'18" WEST, 104.97 THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOoK 58, FEET TO A NON-TANGENT CURVE CONCAVE WESTERLY AND HAVING A
PAGE 19, OF THE PUBLIC REC- RADIUS OF 550.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID CURVE, 211.48 ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY
ORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FEETTHROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 22" 01'50" (CHORD BEARING SOUTH COUNClL WlTH RESPECT TO ANY.MATTER CONSlDERED AT THIS MEETING
FLORIDA. 09 42'52" WEST, A CHORD DISTANCE OF 210.18 FEET); THENCE SOUTH 20 WlLL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE,
AKAS ROAYELCUT 7AM- 43'47" WEST, 72.36 FEET; THENCE NORTH 45" 24'43" WEST, 273.30 FEET; MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
K/A 9505 BRAYFIELD COURT, TAM- THENCE SOUTH 06 42'27" EAST, 417.31 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 81 26'33" RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
PA, FL 33615. WEST, 285.57 FEET; THENCE NORTH 06 04'15" WEST, 584.99 FEET; THENCE TESTIMONY AND EVlDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
Any person claiming an inierest in the NORTH 89 53'31 WEST, 460.39 FEET; THENCE NORTH. 85.07 FEET; THENCE IN ACCORDANCE. WlTH THE AMERICANS WlTH DISABILITIES ACT AND
surplus from the sale, i any, if any, other than NORTH 45" 06'33" EAST, 167.11 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89" 53'01" EAST. 43.88 SN 2R, FR TATUXKNERSWNSWT S N
the property owner as of the date of the FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 06'13" EAST. 138.36 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 SECTION 286.26, ORDA STATUTES PERSONS WlTHI DSABLTIES NEEDLNG
Lis Pendens must file a claim within 27'05" EAST, 206.21 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 44' 54'11" EAST. 267.23 FEET; SPEClAL ACCOMMODATON L TOF PARTClPATE IN HIS MEETING SHOULD
sixty (60) days atter the sale. THENCE SOUTH 88 20'25" EAST. 80.82 FEET; THENCE NORTH 44 55'43" EAST, CONTACT THE ClTY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE
If you are a person with a disability who 355.42 FEET TO A.NON-TANGENT CURVE CONCAVE WESTERLY AND HAVlNG DATE OF THE MEETING.
needs any accommodation in order to A RADIUS OF 425.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAlD CURVE, 268.07 INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING.
participate in this proceeding, you are FEET THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 36 08'22" (CHORD BEARING SOUTH
entitled, at no cost to you. to the provision 24 22'37" EAST, 263.65 FEET); THENCE SOUTH 06 18'26" EAST. 88.71 FEET;. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES
of certain assistance. Please contact the THENCE SOUTH 88" 10'18" EAST. 109.55 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. CITY CLERK 9/1/061T
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMEN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR of the THIRTEENTH Judicial. Circuit in DIANA, is-the Plaintiff and DEMETRIA -Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may publication and file the original with the
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA and for HILLSBOROUGH County, Flrida -STYLES; FIRST FRANKLIN FINANCIAL reviewthese documents upon request. Clerk of this Court either before service
PROBATE DIVISION wherein PHH MORTGAGE CORPORA- CORPORATION; G & T ENTERPRISE You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit on plaintiffs attorney or immediately there-
File No. 06-2109 .Divisin: A TION D/B/A CENDANT MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.; are the Defendants, Iwill Court's office notified of your current ad- after; otherwise, a defaultwill be entered
-FA CORPORATION, is the Plaintiff and sell to the highest aid best bidder for dress. (You may file Notic of Current Ad- against you for the relief demanded i the
IN RE: ESTATE OF DOUGLAS WOLOVICH; DEBRA L. cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, George dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved Complaint.
JORGE R. GUTIERREZ, WOLOVICH; PROVIDENCE LAKES Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room Family Law Form 12.915.) Future.papers DATED on August 10, 2006.
Deceased. MASTER SSOCIATION INC.; are the 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 in this lawsuit will be' mailed to the ad- PAT FRANK
NTICE TO C S Defendants, I will sell to the highest and PM, on the 15th day of September, 2006, dress on record at the clerks office. Clerk ofthe Circuit Court
NOTICE TO CREDITORS best bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs the following described property as set WARNING: Rule 12.285; Florida Fam- By Henry Suber, Jr
The administration of the estate of Street, George Edgecomb Courthouse, forth in said Final Judgment: ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires De lerk
JORGE R. GUTIERREZ, deceased, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202,.Tampa, Flor- LOT 1 BLOCK 6 GREEN RIDGE tainauomaic discsure of docu /18-9/864T
whose date of death was October 8th, ida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the 13thda of ESTATES UNT NO. 4, ACCORDING ments and information. Failure to copl HE RCU COUR OFTHE
2005, and whose Social. Security Number September, 2006, the following described ESTATES UNIT NO..4 ACCORDING tion INTHE
is 139-36-5177, is pending in the Circuit property as set forth in said Final TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE- ca esult in sanctions, includirg dis- THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Courf for Hillsboough Couty Florida, Judgmen CORDED IN.PLAT BOOK 51, PAGE missal or striking of pleadings. IN ANDFOR HILLBOROUGH
Court for Hilsborough County; Florida, Judgment: 26, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLS- IN AND FOR HILLS BOROUGH
Probate Division, the address of which is LOT 27, BLOCK "C", PEPPERMILL BOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. Dated: August 16th, 2006. COUNTY, FLORIDA
Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bar- AT PROVIDENCE LAKES, ACCORD- A/KA 817 GREEN RIDGE ROAD PAT FRANK Case No.: 06012466 Division: D
tow, Florida 33831-9000. ING TO THE MAP OR PLAT TAP/KA, 1833619.7 G RIDGE ROAD, I.A Case No.: 0601246 Di : D
The names and addresses of the per- THEREOF AS6RECORDED IN PLAT AMPA, FL 33619. MARIA CONSUELO GRANADOS,
soral representative and the personal rep- BOOK 58 AT PAGE 30, OF THE Any person claiming an interest inthe : Sh Dale Petitioner
resentative'sattorney are set forth below. PUBLIC RECORDS. OF HILLSBOR- surplus from the sale, if any, other. than Deputy Clrk 8/259/15106 4T and
AII credifora.of fhe dece:dent and ofher OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. the property owner as of the date offhe
AII creditors of the decedent nd ther OUGLis Pendens must file a claim within IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUAN ALBERTO VEGA II,
persons having claims ordemands against FOLIO#: 073778 0700. sixty (60) days after the sale. THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Responden.
decedents estate, on whom a copy of A/K/A 1622 BENT-PINE WAY, BRAN- f you are a person with a isabilitwho IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH NOTIC OF ACTON FOR
thisnotice isrequired to be served, must DON, FL 335 1. .. needs any accommodation, in order to COUNTY, FLORIDA DISSOLTION OFMARRIAGE
file fheir claims with fhis court WITHIN
THfile their c 3aims with tis c WITHIN Any person claiming an interest in the participate:in this proceeding, you are Case No.:06-9685 Division: B TO: JUAN ALBERTO VEGA II
THE LATER OF3 MONTHS AFTER THE surplus frorn the sale, ifahy, other'than entitled, at no cost to you,o the provision ULTSSE CHARINOSL
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF te Paeconache CHIRINOS, Last Known Address: Unknown .
THI NOTICEOR 30 DAYS AFETHE t prperty owner as of-the date of the c a t cntat the YOU. ARE NOTIFIED that an action
DTHISOFTERVICE OF AiCOPYS OF Lis Pendens must file a claim within Clerk of Circuit Court,-CircuitfCivil Divi-, Petitioner. against you an that you
DATE OF SERVI`CE O Aixty (60) dayA after the sald has beanfiled againat you and 1haf you
THATS OFTICE E A COPTHEM. Y OF sxty (60) days afterthesale. sion 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL and are required t serve a copy of your
Soher creditorN o TH edece If you-are a person witha disability ho 33602, telephoneno,276-8100 ext 7252, RAUL CIRIACO CASTILLO, wtitten defenses, if any, toit on MARIA
All othercreditors of the decedent and needs any accommodation in order-to within 2 working.days of your:receipt of Respondent CONSUELO GRANADOS, whose address
other personshaving claims or demands participate in this proceeding, you are this document; if you are hearingr voice N. N OTICE OF ACTION FOR is 4414 W. Elm Street, Tampa, Florida-
against decedens esttemust file their entitled,at no cost to you, to.the provision impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. DISSOLUTON OF MARRIAGE 33614 -,on or before September 11; 2006,
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST of certain ssistance. Please contac~ tie WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of and file the original with the clerk of this
AFClerk f Circuit CourtCircuit-Civil Dv- this Court on August 17, 2006. TORAU C Rn Court a800 E Twiggs Street,Tampa, FL
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. sion, 800 Eas Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL Pat Frank i .. Y0u L.E K OwnFAdd s:a an ion :33602, befdre serVice ou Petitioner or
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN 33602tlephone no 2768100ext.7252, rfthCir YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action immediely thereafter. you fail to do so,
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN within 2 working days of your receipt of has been filed against you. ad that you : a default may be entered against youjor
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA this document; if you are hearingor voice By: Sandra Glennon-.. are required to .serve a copy of your the relief demanded in the petition.
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. Deputy Clerk written defenses, if anyto it on JULISSE piesof al court- ocuments in this
BARRED. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski CHIRINOS, whose address is 6921 c pies l g orders rvalable at the
NOTWITRHSTANDING THE :TIME E this o on August 17,2006. O.. p Box 2501-8 Himes Avenu, A.t..4, Ta mp, Florida- case, including orders, are available at he
SCNOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE this Court onAugust 17, 2006. 0Bx25p18:6 i AVene A t 4 Tampa, Forda Clerk f the Circuit Court's office. You may
RIOD SET.FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM P Frank Tampa,. Florida 33622-5018 33614, onr or before September 28, 20, review these documents upon request.
FILED .TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE Fr i 6818 and file h originalwithhe clerk fihs
.AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF Cer o he Circit Cout 2T Court at 800 E. Twiggs S Room 101,: You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
DEATH S BARRED. By: Sandra Glennon- Tampa, Florida, 33602 before service on Curt's office notified of your current.ad-.
The date of first publication of this ntice DeputyCler IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR : Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you dress. (You may file Notice of CurrentAd-
SFrday August 25, 2006. Ecevarria,od Stawiarski HILLSBOROUGH COUNT FORDA f-al to do so;:a default may. be entered dress; ForidaSupreme-Cort Approved
-- P.O. Box2-5018 GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION against you for thereliefdemanded inthea Family Law Form 12.915) Futurie papsr
Personal Representative: Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 Case No.: 2006-07386 Division "F' a on o in his lawsuit will be mailedto the ad-
MARGARITA G. MARTIN FCoa8a Copias Of: ^i c ort documents- in this dress on record at the clerk's office.
7817 River Ridge Drive /25-9/1/06 2T NELSON J PRIEDE, case including orders, are available at the WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam-
Temple Terrace, FL 33637 Plaintiffs, -i Cierk of theCircuit Court's office. You may Ily Law. Rules of Procedure, requires
Attorneys for Personal Representative: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE v : e. eview these documents upon-request. c fitain automatic disclosure of docu-
LAW OFFICES OF J. KELLY KENNEDY THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT r:pnts>ahdinformtibn. Failure to comply
LAW OFFICES OFKELL KAND FOR HILLSBOROUGH ARTHUR HOUSTON, REBECCA You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit mentsa infrmationFailud co
198 1st St. S. CU HOUSTON AND BESSIE B TIMMONS, Court's office notified of your current ad- can rel i san i ncluding di
Winter Haven, FL 33880-3004 CIVIL ACTION IF LIVING,AND IF DEAD THE dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad- missaorstring of pleangs.
S(863)Br 294-1114 03 1 CS N7 A UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved Dated: August 8, 2006.
Florida Bar No. 0375671 CASE NO 2006-03476 DIVISIN A DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNS, Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers PAT FRANK
S8/25-9/1/06 2T BEALBANK SSB., LIENORS, CREDITORStTRUSTEES in this lawsuit will be mailed tothe ad- CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
SPlaintiff, AND ALL OTHER PART ES CLAIMING dress on record at the clerk's office. By: Melissa Peterson
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE vs. AN INTERESTBY, THROUGH, OR WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam- Deputy Clerk 8/-9/1/064T
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT REXFORDROSE,etalUNEROR AGANSTARTHUR ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires .. -
IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH Defendant(s). HOUSTON, REBECCAHOUSTON AND certain atomatic disclosure of docu- IN THEIRCUITCOURTOF THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA NT BESIE BTIMMONS; ET AL, ments and information. Failure to comply THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
SCIVIL ACTION NOTICE OFRESCHEDULED Defendant can result in sanctions, including dis- IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
IV AFORECLOSURE SALE :"..:IOTIC OFACTION missal or striking of pleadings.
CASE NO. 05-8582-CA DIVISION K NOTICE OF ACTION misal or striking f pleading. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., t NOTICE IS RescBY VEu N purua TO: ARTHUR HOUSTON, REBECCA Dated: July 21st, 2006. Case No.: 061142 Division:F
lo an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure .- Case No.: Q6011542 ;:Division: F
Plaintiff, Sale dated August 17, 2006 and entered HOUSTONS AND BESSIE B. PAT FRANKRe: the Marriageof
vs. in CaseNO. 2006-03476 of the: Circuit TIMMONS IF LIVINGAND IF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTe: Marragof:
FREDDRICK MOBLEY,.et a, Court of the THIRTEENTH JudicialCirc DEAD THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, By: Adrian J Salas JOR HERNANDEZ
Defendant(s). in ancl for HILLSBOROUGH County, Flor- HEIRS, DEVISEES, ASSIGNS, Deputy Clerk -Petitioner <
Dfendant(s)ida wherein BEAL BRANK SSB., isthe LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES anDeput 8/18-9/8/064T nd .
AMENDED NOTICE OF Plaintiffand REXFORD ROSE; BRENDA AND ALL OTHER PARTIES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ZULEIKA A. ACEVEDO HERNANDEZ,
FORECLOSURE SALE J. ROSE; D.A.N. JOINT VENTURE II, CLAIMING AN INTERESTBY, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Respondent.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to L:P.; SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO THROUGH; OR UNDER OR IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
a Amended Final.judgment of Mortgage THE CADLE COMPANY SUCCESSOR AGAINST ARTHUR HOUSTON, COUNTY, FLORIDA DNOLUTIC OF AC ARRTION
Forecld.sure dated August'f23, 2006 and iN INTEREST TO BEAL BANK, S.S.B., REBECCA HOUSTON AND BESSIE. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
entered in Case NO. 05-8582-CA of the SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO KEL- B. TIMMONS; ETAL Case No.: 06-2608 Division: C TO:ZULEIKA A.ACEVEDO HERN T N
Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH Judi- LER FINANCIAL SERVICES, SUCCES- Whose last known address is: TWILA LEWIS, Unknown Address
cial Circuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH SOR IN INTEREST TO BILL HENRY unknown Petitioner YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO AUTO SALES; TENANT #1 N/K/A THAD- GRACE CF. TEAMER and action for dissolution of marriage has been
BANK, N.A., is the Plaintiff and FRED- DEUS MCKENZIE are the Defendants, I 655 Huntington Court CHARLES LEWIS, filed against you and you are required to
DRICK MOBLEY; LATORYA MOBLEY; will sell to the highest and best bidderfor Algonquin, IL 60102-2138 Respondent. serve a copy of your written defenses,-if,
TONYA BRIM; WANDA DENISE HAT- cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, George YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to NOTE ACTO R any, to it on JORGE I. HERNANDEZ- Pe-
TEN; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR- Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room Ouit Aitle for P on NOTICE OF ACTION FOR titioner, whose address3 is 6911 Aview
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN- 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 Que teie or Possessn illbu DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Dr:, Tampa, FL 33637, on r before Sep-
DER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN PM, on the 11 th dayof September, 2006, on the following property in oroug TO: CHARLES LEWIS tembr 18, 2006, and file the oginalwith
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) the following described property as set East 25 feet of Lot 9, Block 16 of Last Known Address: Unknown the clerk of this Court at 800 E. Twiggs
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD forth in said Final Judgment: Campobello Subdivision as per map or YOU ARE NOT1FIED that an action has St., Rm.101; Tampa FL 33602 beore
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARCEL 1: THE EAST 202.65 plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book2, een filed against you and that you are service on Pefitioner or immediately there-
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS FEET OF THE NORTHEAST ONE- Page29 of the Public Records of Hills- beeied s a a you ar ofailtodo sadefaul may
SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT- UARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST borough County, Florida. required to.serve a copy of your written after. If you fail to do so adefault may
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAT borough County, Florida. defenses, if any, to it on TWLA LEWIS, be entered against you for the relief de-
EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; STATE ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 31, has been filed against you and you are whose address is 9917 E. Ellicott St., Lot manded in the petition.
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REV- TOWNSHIP 27 SOUTH, RANGE 22 required to serve a copy of your written 18, Tampa, FL 33610 BarnsidePI., Tam- WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam-
ENUE; ar the Defendants, I will sell to EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, defenses, if any, to it on Plaintiffs At- pa, Florda 33635, on r before Septem- ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires
the highest and'best bidder for cash at FLORIDA, LESS THE EAST120 FEET torney, whose name and address is: ber 25th, 2006, and file the original with certain automatic disclosure of docu-
800 E. Twiggs Street, George Edgecomb OF THE NORTH 320 FEET THERE- VINCENT PHILIP NUCCIO the clerk of this Court at 800 E. Twiggs ments and information. Failure to comply
Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, OF, AND LESS THE NORTHERN- 4049 Henderson Boulevard St., Tampa, FL 33602 (Room 101), be- can result in sanctions, including: dis-
Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the MOST 25.00 FEET THEREOF FOR Tampa, Florida 33629 fore service on Petitioner or immediately missal or striking of pleadings.
19th day of September, 2006, the follow- HUNTER ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY, on or before September 25 2006 (no thereafter. lf you fail to do so, a default Dated August 11 2006.
ing described property as set forth in AND LESS THAT PART LYING WITH- later than 30 day from the dat of the may be entered against you for the relief-: A u t 1 A
said Final Judgment: IN THE SOUTH 4:194 ACRES OF first p ation o s n and f e demanded in the petition. PAC FRANK RUITCOURT
first publication of this notice) and file the demandad un fha pTtiCion.
LOT 6, BLOCK 6, LITTLE-CUBA, THAT PART OF THE NORTHEAST original with the Clerk of this Court either Copies of all court documents in.this- LERK OF THE CI
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR ONE-QUARTER OF THE SOUTH- before service on Plaintiffs attorney or case, including orders, are available.at the By: Adrian J. Salas
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN EAST ONE-QUARTER OF SAID immediately thereafter; otherwise a default Clerk of the CircuitCourt's office. You may Deputy Clerk 8/18-9/8/06 4T
PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 2, PUBLIC SECTION 31, LYING EAST OF will be entered against you for the relief review these documents upon request. T COURTOFTHE
RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH SEABOARD OF AIRLINE RAILROAD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
RCONTRDS OF ILLSBOROUG EABTOA OF A NE RAILROAD demanded inthe Complaint. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
A/COUNT3205 23RD AVEUE RIGH F- If you are a person with a disability who Court's office notified of your current ad-. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
A/K/A 3205 23D. AVENUE EAST, A/K/A 5722 DOODLEBUG, DRIVE, needs any accommodation in order to dress. (You may file Notice ofCurrent-Ad- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
TAMPA, FL 33605. PLANT CITY, FL 33565. participate in this proceeding, .you are dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved CIVIL DIVISION
Any person claiming an interest in the Any person claiming an interest io the entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers a mb063980
surplus from the sale, if any, other than surplus from the sale, if any, other than of certain assistance. Please contact the in this lawsuit will be mailed to the ad- Case Number 06-3980
the property owner as of the date of the the property owner as of the date of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, dress on record at the clerk's office. CRESCENZO LAND HOLDINGS, INC.,
Lis Pendens must file.a.claim within Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602, WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam- Plaintiff,
sixty (60) days after the sale. (60) days after the sale. telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, within ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires v.
If you are a person with a disability who If you are a person witha disability who 2 working days of your receipt of this certain automatic disclosure of docu- AUBREY HODGES; et al.,
needs any accommodation in order to needs any accommodation in order to document; if you are hearing or voice ments and information. Failure to comply Defendant.
participate in this proceeding, you are participate in this proceeding, you are impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. can result in sanctions, including dis- TCE O C
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision WITNESS my hand and seal of this missal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE OF ACTION
of certain assistance. Please contact the of certain assistance. Please contact the Court at Hilisborough County, Florida, this Dated: August 22nd, 2006. TO: AUBREY HODGES
Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi- 21 st day of August, 2006. PAT FRANK Last Known Address:'c/o Trugreen
sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ,Chemlawn, 702 Kingsley Circle,
33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252, 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext.7252, Clerkof the Circuit Court PlantCity, Florida 33566-7170.
within 2 working days of your receipt of within 2 working days of your receipt of By: Sharon D. Dale a CYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
this document; if you are hearing or voice this document; if you are hearing or voice Deut Cerk puty foreclose the following described real
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. 8/25-9/15/06 4T propertyin Hillsborough County, Florida:
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Lot 15 less Wst 28.2 feet and Wst
this Court on August 24, 2006. this Court on August 18, 2006. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT 14fe of Lot 16, Block 1, PHILIP
Pat Frank Pat Frank THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH C1LLINS 2ND ADDITION, as per the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA map or plat thereof, recoded n Plat
By: Sandra Glennon By: Sandra Glennor. COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Book, Page 66of the Public Rec-
Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk Case No:: 06014524 Division: A Case No. 06-CA-4343 Division G ords of Hillsborough County, Florida,
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski GIOVANNY VILLASMIL, FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, l lyinand being in Stion 14,
P.O. Box 25018 P.O. Box 25018 Petitioner Plaintiff, Townhip 29 South, Rang 18 East.
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 n vs. Folio Number 178326.0100.
05018893 F06005382 8/25-9/1/06 2T FRANK EMERSON RYAN, JR. has been filed against you, and you are
9/1-9/8/06 2T 8/25-9/1/06 2T NICOLE DAVIS Defendants. required to serve a copy of your written
IN THE ClRCUIT COURT OF THE Respondent. Ip ACTION PROPERTY defenses, if any, to it on Henry W. Hicks,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT NOTICE OF ACTION FOR OF ACTIONEsq., attorney for Plaintiff, whose address
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH DISS.OLUTION OF MARRIAGE To: Frank Emerson Ryan, Jr. is 3003 West Azeele Street, Suite 200,
IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA TO: NICOLE DAVIS 6553 Cornflower Drive Tampa, Florida 33609, on or before Sep-
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION TLat Known Address: Unknown Lincoln, Nebraska 68504-4657 tember 25, 2006, and to file the original
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 05-7204-CA DIVISION C YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a action Frank Emerson Ryan, Jr. with the Clerk of this Court either before
CASE NO. 06CA-5323 DIVISION Fan action 2601 South Pavilian Center Drive, service on plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
NATIONAL CITY BANK OF INDIANA, has been filed against you and that you Suite 1124 ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION Plaintiff, are required to serve a copy of your writ- Las Vegas, Nevada 89135 be entered against you for the relief
D/B/A.CENDANT MORTGAGE vs. ten defenses, if any, to it on GIOVANNY demanded in the Complaint.
CORPORATION, DEMETRIA STYLES, et al, VILLASMIL, whose address i 11104 CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN thanain w TCom tedith
Plaintiff, Defendant(s). Summer Dr., Tampa, FL 33624, on or YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for The action was instituted .in the Cir-
vs. before September 23rd, 2006, and file the declaratory judgment has been filed against cu t of the State of Florida anth Judicial rled:
DOUGLAS WOLOVICH, et al, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE original with the clerk of this Court at 800 c you and you are required to serve a copy RESCENZO LAND HOLDINGS, INC.
Defendant(s). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to E. Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, FL of your written defenses, if any, toit on AUBREY HODGE HOLDINGS, INC.
a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure 33602, before service on Petitioner or NEIL C. SPECTOR of KASS, SHULER, V. AUBREY HODGES.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE dated August 17, 2006, and entered in immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, SOLOMON, SPECTOR, FOYLE & SING- DATED on August 18, 2006.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Case NO. 05-7204-CA of the Circuit Court a default may be entered against you for ER, P.A., plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Pat Frank
a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in the relief demanded in the petition dress is P.O. Box 800, Tampa, Florida Clerk of the Court
dated August 16, 2006, and entered in and for HILLSBOROUGH County, Florida Copies of all court documents in this 33601, on September 18, 2006, or before By: Henry Suber, Jr.
Case NO. 06-CA-5323 of the Circuit Court wherein NATIONAL CITY BANK OF IN- case, including orders, are available at the thirty (30) days from the first date of Deputy Clerk 8/25-9/1/06 2T
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LAEGAL ADVEN AL ADVERTEMEN E DVERIEMENT LEGAL DVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUCT COURT FOR file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 19th day of September, 2006, the follow- NOTICEOF FORFEITURE entered i this cause on August 15, 2006;
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE ing described property as set forth in said PROCEEDINGS in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough Coun-
PROBATE DIVISION FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Final Judgment: TO: PIERRE BAROULETTE and all ty, Florida, I will sell the property situated
il 74 Diiin E ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN LOT 8, PAR MEADOWS PLATTED persons who claim an interest in: in Hillsborough County, Florida, described
FileNo. 2006-2074 DivisonE 0ALL CLAMS NOT FILED WIIN LOT 8, PAR Bas:^ T
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SUBDIVISION NO IMPROVEMENT, $1395.00 In U.S. currency, three 93) s:
IN RE: ESTATE OF SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THERE- plastic bags with approximately LOT 9, BLOCK 27, OF TAMPA OVER-
JUANITA G. WAGGONER, PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER OF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 83, sixty-two (62) grams crack/cocaine LOOK ACCORDING TO MAP OR
Deceased. BARRED. PAGE 78, OF THE PUBLIC REC- and one (1) bag with approximately PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
TDeceased. BA H T. T ORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUN- seven (7) grams cannabis, seized on PLAT BOOK 17, PAGE 2 OF THE
NOTCE TOCRED R NOTWITHSTANDING THE TME PERIM TY, FLORIDA. the 21st day of June, 2006, at or near PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOR-
LED TWO 2) EAR MORE AA 3514 MUD LAKE ROAD, PANT Interstate 75, approximately/4 mile OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
The administration of the estate of FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A/K/A3514 MUD LAKE ROAD, PLANT S th=oe nTm anl owas17 E. 99TH
JUANITA G. WAGGONER, deceased, AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF CITY, FL 33566. South of Fowler Avenue, Temple and commonly known as: 1817 E. 99TH
who2 e date of N death was Decembe 8, Terrace, Hillsborough County, AVENUE; including the building, appur-
20whose0 date Nusmber 2607 iDEATH IS BARRED. Any person claiming a interest in the Florida. tenances, and tixtures located therein
Sthe Circuit Court for Hillsborough Coun- The date of the first publication of this surplus from the sale, if any, other than YO WILL TAKE NOTICE said prop- at puic saleto the highest and best
ty, ForidTa, Probate Divisi o te adress notice is August 25, 2006. L Pe es file a claim within sixte erty is in the custody of Temple Ter- bidder, for cash, at the George Edge-
of which is 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Personal Representativ: (60) days after the sale race Police Department. Any Claimant comb Courthouse, located at 800 E.
FL The names and addresses of the CHERYLWOOD (0day a e e desiring to contest the Forfeiture of the Twiggs Street, Room 201/202, Tampa,
joint personal representative and the per- 9 Oasta St you are apo tha disability who above-described property shall serve upon Florida, on September 15, 2006 at 2
sonal representatives' attomey are set R Frida 33569 needs any accommodation in order to the below-signed Attorney any responsive o'clock PM.
forth below. Rive Florida 33569 participate in this proceeding, you are Pleading and Affirmative Defenses within Any person claiming an .interest in the
Al creditors of the decedent and other Attomey for Personal Representative: entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision wenty (20) days after receipt of the Com- surplus from the sale, if any, other than
peron having claims or demand aginst DAWN M. CHAPMAN; ESQ. of certain assistance. Please contact the plaint for Forfeiture and Order Finding the property owner as of the date of the
decedens estate owhom copy f this Attoey for Chery Wood Clerk ofircCourt Ciui C Divisio Probable Cause 932703(2)(a)(b). lis pendenmust file a claim withn 60
notice has been served must file their Florida Bar No. 898791 Twiggs Street, Ta PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELVES AC- days afte the ale
claims with this court WlTHIN T-E LATER .302 Bryan Rd., Suite 3 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext: 7252, PLEA s GOR y E Ac : days after the sale.
claiOF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 02Brandon, Flda 33511 within 2 working days of your receipt of CORDINGLY this 18th day of August, yoarea rsowith a disabilitywho
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- Telephone: (813) 643-1885 this document; if'you are hearing or voice 2006. needs-any accommodation in order to
THCE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THIS NO- ep one 85-9/106 2T impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. R: MICHAELLARRINAGA, ESQUIRE participate in this proceeding, you are
ERVCE OF COY OF THS TCE -- WITNESS MY HAND and the sea: of The.Larinaga LawGroup, P.A. entiled, atno cost to you, to the provision
ON THEM. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR this Court on August 24, 2006. 5025 East FowerAvenue, Site 19 of cert aistance. Please contact
Al other creditors of the decedent and HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Pat Frank Tampa, Florida 337261e 800 East Twiggs Street, cTampa FL 3302n,
other persons having claims or demands CIVIL DIVISION Clerk of the Circuit Court (813) 899-2000 Telephone 800 Eat Twiggs StreetTamp, .FL 33602,'
against decedent's estate, must file their Case No: 06-006339 Division: E By: Sandra Glennon '(813) 980r1007 Facmile telepho2 no. 276:8100, ext. 7252, withins
Deputy Clerk Florida BarNumber:'64480. 2' working daya of your receipt of. hia
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS RICHARD S CALDEVILLA Deputy Clerk .iaa.ume:48document, if you are hearing or voice
-AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Plaintiff, Echevarra, Codilis & Stawiarski 8/25-91/06 2T impaired, 1-800-955-8771
IRi. Cimpaiedl 1-800-955-8771.
LICATION OF TPIS NOTICE. P.O. Box 25018. -
CAIONOF THIS NOTICE. Tampa, Florida 33622-501825018 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THE DatedthiS 5th day of August, 2006.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL.BE STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE 0a oda 336225018 THRTEENT UDICIAL CRCUT PAFRANK
FOREVER BARRED. TOMOBILE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PAT FRANK
FOREVER BARRED INSURANCE COMPAN, TE FLORIDA 9/19/8/06 2 OFTHE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND Clerk:of the Circuit Court
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE- DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, VF. : FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY:- By: Sandra Glennon
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM IMAGEWEAR, INC. GREENETREE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE GENERAL CIVIL LAW DIVISION Deputy Clerk 825-9/1/06 2T
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE ENTERPRISES, LLO, KIM'S LINEN'S, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE NO.: 06-5777 DIVISION- I
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF INC.,-D/B/A LINEN'S USA, SUNSHINE IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
DEATH IS BARRED. LAUNDRY INC FLORID DEPART- CONT, STATE OF FLORIDA FORFEITUREOFFOUR IN TE CIRC COURT OF THE
The dateof. the' first publication of this MENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT THOUSAND SIXTY-SEVEN DOLLARS THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
notice is August 25,006u. SECURITY, and CHAMELEON AND 00/100 ($406700)U.S. CURRENCY IN ANDOR HILLSBOROUGH
Joint Ps Represe : INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL, CASE NO.: .06-10480 DIVISION: F CAIMANT: DANIEL R. LAVENIA COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA
Joint Personal Representatives: Defendants. FAMILY LAW DIVISION
TIMOTHY L. WAGGONER IN RE: THE MARRIGE OF: NOTICEOFFORFEITUREDV N
4107 Hollowtrail Dr. CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE OF ROGEL LIMA RODRIGUEZ, PROCEEDINGS CASE NO.: 0614942 DIVISION: E
Tampa, FL 33624 QUIET TITLE.ACTION Petitioier/Husband, TO: DANIELR. LAENIA IN RE:THE MARRIAGE OF:
ELIZABETH L McCRARY TO: ALL PARTIES CLAIMING BY, and clo DAVID R. PARRY, ESQ. CARIDAD PADRON CARABALLO,
614 Highview Cr., N. .THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST- YOHANKA AVILA Bauer, Crder, Pellegino & Parry Petitioner,
Brandon, FL 33510 DEFENDANTS; AND ALL.UN-- R ondntWife. Jordan Hills PrQfessional Center and
Attomey for Personal Representatives: KNOWN NATURAL PERSONS IF esponen1550 South HghandAvenue, Suite LUCIO R. MORENO-BERNAL
NORMAN A PALUMBO, JR, ESQUIRE ALIVE,AND IF DEAD ORNOT NOTICE OF ACTION NO PROPERTY Clearwater, Florida 33756 RespoRdet:
PostOffce Box 10845 J KNOWN TO BE DEADOR ALIVE, TO: YOHANKA AVILA and all persons who claim an interest in:
Tama FL 33679 085 -THEIR SEVERALAND S SESPECT- RESIDENCE UNKNOWN FOUR THOUSAND SIXTY-SEVEN DOL- .NOTICE OFACTION FOR

.(813) 831-4379 S -PUR- DISSOLUTION OF-MARRIAGE -
mpaF^^ IVEUNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, 1 1 ^, LARS AND 00/100 ($4,067.00) U.S. CUR- DISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE
(83) 83-4379 8/25-9106R 2T DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AND YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for RENCY, seizd on or about June 15, TO: LUCIO R. MORENO-BERNAL
JUDGMENTCREDITORS, OR Dissolution of Marriage has been filed 2006 at or near 13022 Carrollwood Last AddressUnknown
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, against you and you are required to serve Creek Drive, Tampa, in Hillsborough YOUARE NOTIFIED that anaction:has
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA THROUGH, OR UNDER THOSE UN- a copy of your written defenses, if any, County, Florida. been ilie against you and that you are
PROBATE DIVISION KNOWNNATURAL PERSONS; AND to it on the plaintiff's attorney, whose YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE said required to serve a copy of your writ-
FNo. 2006-1978 Division: A THE SEVERAL AND RESPECTIVE name and address is: ALDO OJEDA, property is in the custody:of Hillsbomugh. te deferies, if any, to it on CARIDAD
FilENo,0061978 Divisin: A UNKNOWN ASSIGNS, SUCCESS- ESQUIRE, 4144 N. ARMENIA AVE, County Sheriff's Office. Any Claimant PADRON CARABALLO, whose address
IN RE:STATEOFORS IN INTEREST, TRUSTEES, SUITE 350 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33607, on desiring to contest the forieiture of the is 4615N. Hesperides Ave., Tampa, Flor-
JEFF W. HARRIS ORANYOTHER PERSON CLAIM- or before the 1th day of September, above-described proprty shall serve upon ida 33614, on or before September 25,
IN Deceased. Y TH ANYCORPORAOTIN 2006, and file the original with tte Clerk the below-signed attomey any tespons- 2006; and file the original with the clerk
NOTICE TO CREDITORS R LEGAL ENTITYNAMEDAS of this Court 800 E. Twiggs Street, ive pleadings and affirmative defenses of this Court at 800 E. Twiggs Street,
Theadminitration of th etat of A DEFENDANT; AND ALL CLAIM- Tampa, Florda 33607, either before within twenty (20) days after receipt of the Rm. 101, Tampa, Florida 33602, before
JEFF W. HARRIa deceased, whoe date ANTS; PERSONS OR PARTIES, service on plaintiffs attornev or immedi- Complaint for Forfeiture and Order Find- service onthe Petitioner or immediately
of death was July 1, 2006; File Number NATURAL OR CORPORATE, OR ately thereafter; otherwise a dafault will ing Probable Cause. {932.703(2)(a)b), thereafter. If you fail to do so; a default
2006-1978, is pending in the Circuit Court WHOSE EXACT LEGAL STATUS be entered against you for the relief Fla. Stat.}. may be entered against you for the relief
for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate IS UNKNOWN, CLAIMING UNDER- demanded in the complaint-or petition. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELVES AC- demanded in the Petition.
Division, the address of which is 800 E. ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED OR DATED this 9th day of August,2006 DNGL thi nd dayofAuus, Copis of all cour documets in thi
Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602. DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS OR 2006. case, including rders, are available at the
The names and addresses of the person- PARTIES OR CLAIMING TO HAVE PAT FRANK DAVID GEE, Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may
al representatives and the personal repre- ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT as Sheriff of Hillsborough County review these documents upon request.
sentatives' attorney are set forth below. IN THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED By: Brenda Dudley CHRISTOPHER E. BRQWN, ESQ., You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Alhlcreditors of the decedent and other AS FOLLOWS: Deputy Clerk 8/11-9/1/06 4T Attomey for David Gee, Court's office notified of your currentad-
persons having claims or demands against Lots 23 nd 24, Block 9, Map of G.N. as Sheriff of Hillsborough County dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
decedent's estate, on whom a copy of Benjamin's Addition to West Tampa, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 2008 East 8th Avenue dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
this notice is required to be served, must according to the plat thereof onfile in THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Post Office Box 3371 Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
file their claims with this court WITHIN the office of the Clerk of the. Circuit OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Tampa, Florida 33601 (813) 247-8133 in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE Court, in and for Hillsborough County, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Florda Bar No. 0986010 address on record at the clerk's. office.
TIMEOF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Florida, recorded in Plat Book 1, CIVIL DIVISION 8/25-9/1/06 2T WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fam-
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE Page 55; said lands situate, lying and CaseNo. 06-02155 Division C ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF being in Hilsborough County, Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE certain automatic disclosure of docu-
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Folio #178056.0000. LARAMIE PROPERTIES, LLC THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ments and information. Failure to comply
All other creditors of the decedent and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Plaintiff, THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND can result in sanctions, including dis-
other persons having claims or demands quiet title action has been filed by Plaintiff vs. FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY missal or striking of pleadings.
against decedent's estate must file their Richard S. Caldevilla to acquire, or per- LILLIAN 1. RANDOLPH, SCOTT-A. CIVIL DIVISION DATED: August 22,2006
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS fect the existing title to, certain property BARRETT REVOCABLE TRUST, CASE NO. 06-CA-004608 DIVISION: K AT FRANK
AFTER THE DATE OF. THE FIRST interests in Hillsborough County, Florida. -DATED SEPTEMBER 15, 1994 AND PAT FRANK
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Each Dfendant is required to serve writ- KENNETH E. NOVAK AND PATRICIA L DOUGLAS B. STALLEY, as TRUSTEE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN ten defenses to the complaint to: NOVAK REVOCABLE TRUST DATED FOR THE AVIGAIL R. BERGER TRUST, By: Adrian J. Salas
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN DAVID M. CALDEVILLA OCTOBER 101997, AN UNKNOWN Plaintiff(), DeputyClerk15/06
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Florida Bar Number 654248 TENANTS/OWNERS, ANA SILVA AOSTA and IN
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER NICHOLAS Q. PORTER PASCUAL, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BARRED. Florida Bar Number 677043 NOTICE OF SALE Defendant(s). HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE- de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A. Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Fi- PROBATE DIVISION
RIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM Post Office Box 2350 nal Judgment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff NOTICE OF SALE File No. 06-1493 Division A
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE Tampa, Florida 33601-2350 entered in this cause on August 8, 2006, Notice is hereby given that pursuant t
AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF Telephone: (813) 229-2775 in the Circuit Court of Hilisborough Coun- a Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered IN RE: ESTATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. A-TORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF ty, Florida, will sell the property situated in the above styled cause, in the Circuit JOHN STEPHEN SMUTKO,
The date of fir publication of th notice onor befor 12th day Septmbe, in Hilsborough County, Florida, described Court of HILLSBOROUGH County, Flor- Deceased.
is August 28, 2006 2006 before the 12th day of September, as: ida, I will sell the property situate in HILLS-
isigno August 2 6 2006 (being not less than 28 days nor THE NORTH 21 FEET OF LOT 6 AND BOROUGH County, Florida, described as: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Signedon August 18, 2006. more than 60 days from the datehreof)e ALL OF LOT 7, BLOCK 48, MAP OF Lot 11 and the south 10 feet of Lot The administration of the estate of JOHN
Personal Representatives: clerk of this court either befose YBOR CITY, ACCORDING TO THE. 12, Block 16, TEMPLE CREST, Unit STEPHEN SMUTKO, deceased, whose
eSUSAN HARRIS STEPHENS Platiffs atorn mme- MAP OF PLAT THEREOF RECORD- # 1, according to the map or plat date of death was March 13, 2006; File
225 West Faris Road ae afteothoeys o ie ED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 11, OF thereof as recorded in Plat Book 10, Number 06-1493, is pending in the Cir-
22Greenville,st Far diately thereafter otherwise a default will THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLS- Page 60, Public Records of Hilisbor- cuit Court for HILLSBOROUGH County,
E.JACKSONbe enterd agains you fo the rlief de- BOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ough County, Florida. Florida, Probate Diviion, the address of
E. JACKSON BOGGS manded in the complaint. ida, E Dision, fha ad f
Post Office Box 1438 DATED this 2nd day ugus, and commonly known as: 1512 E. 8th at public sale, o the highest and best which is 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL
st e 1438 ATED this 2nd y of August, 2006 Avnu including th buildig, ppurte- biddr or bidders fo cash the George 33602 The nams nd addreses of the
AttornforPersonalRepresentativs: AT FRANKCourt nances, and tixtures located therein at E. Edgcomb Courthouse, ocated at 800 rese ve a ersona
Attorneyfor Personal Representatives: As Clerk of the Court public sale to the highest and best E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida'in room rpresentativ' atorney are set foth
FloE. daarCKON B S 0 6 By: Nancy J. Hipson bidder, for cash, at the George Edge- 201/202 at 2:00 p.m., on the 26th Day of blow.
FOWLER WHTE BOGGS BANKER P.A. As Deputy Clerk comb Courthouse, located at 800 E. September, 2006. All creditors of the decedent and other
Post Office Box 1438 8/11-9/1/06 4T Twiggs Street, Room 201/202, Tampa, Any person claiming an interest in the persons having claims or demands
Tam, FL 33601 Florida, on September 8, 2006 at 2 surplus from the sale if any, other than against decedent's estate, on whom a
Tampa, F33601 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE o'clock P.M. th property ower as of date of th copy of this notice is required to be served
Telephone (813)222-1148 THRTEENTH JUDCAL CIRCUcaiming an interest n the demust file their claims with this court WITH-
Any persons claiming an interest in the Lis Peudens must file a claim within 60 IN TRE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
8/25-9/1/06 2T IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH surplus from the sale, if any, other than days after the sale ITHE LTE 3 MORNTHS AFTER
COUNTY, FLORIDA the rt owner as of the date of the ays THE TIME OF THE FIR8T PUBLICA-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CIVIL ACTION s prper n as of th date of m th If you are a person with a disability who TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
H1LSBOROUGH COUNT FLORIDA C A I lis pendes mus2 file a clDim withn 60 needs any accommodation in order to AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 2006-CA-01477 DIVISION K days after the sale. participate in this proceeding, you are COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
SPROBATE DIVSION WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL If you are a person with a disability who entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision All other creditors of the decedent
File No. 06-CP-002064 Division: A ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR needs any accommodation in order to of certain assistance. Please contact the and other persons having claims or de-
IN RE: ESTATE OF SECURTIZED ASSET BACKED participate in this proceeding, you are Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, mands against decedent's estte, must
BETY JN RECEIVABLES LLC 2005-OP1 entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
BETTYJEAN WEICK, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH of certain assistance. Please contact the 33602, telephone no.276-8100, ext. 7252, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
Deceased. CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-OP1, Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, within 2 working days of your receipt of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Plaintiff, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, this document; if you are hearing or voice AL C S T FLED WlTHIN
The administration of the estate of vs. telephone no. 276-8100, xt. 7252, within impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. ALL CIME PERIOS SET FORTHIN
BETTY JEAN WEICK, deceased, whose MICHAEL J. HOLLAND, et al, 2 workng day of you a receipt of this DATED on August 15, 2006. SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
date of death was June 24, 2006, and Defendant(s). document; if you are hearing or voice PAT FRANK PROBATE COE WLL BTHE FLORIDAEVER
date of death was June 24, 2006, and Defendant(s)impaired, cafl 1-800-955-8771. PAT FRANK PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
whose Social Security Number is 288- AMENDED NOTICE OF8 Clerk of the Court BARRED.
24-3712 is pending in the Circu Court 288 MENDE NOCE Dated this 8th day of August, 2006. By: Sandra Glennon NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate PAT FRANK Deputy Clerk 6100 SET FORTH ABOVE ANY CLAIM
Division, the address of which is 800 E. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Clerk of the Circuit Court Deputy8/25-9/1/06 2T FILED -TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
gg St., Tampa, FL Amendd Final Judgment of Mortgage By: Sandra Glennon 8/259/1/06 2T TE CRCT COURT OF T ATER RE ECEDENTS ATE OF
and addreses of the peonal repreen-atd Augut 23, 2006 ad Deputy Clerk 8/25-9/1/06 2T DEATH IS BARRED.
tative and thae per sonal repoesentative's entered in Case NO. 2006-CA-01477 of, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
attorne areset forth repseaes the Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH Ju- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR The date of the first publication of this
attor.ey are set forth below. dicial Circuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY notice is August 25, 2006.
All creditors of the decedent and other County, Florida wherein WELLS FARGO OFTHE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND CIVIL DIVISION Personal Representative:
persons having claims or demands BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Case No. 06-05658 Division I JOAN SANDRA SMUTKO
against decedent's estate, on whom a TRUSTEE FOR SECURTIZED ASSET CIVIL DIVISION 4401 Lee Highway, Unit 41
copy of this notice is required to be served BACKED RECEIVABLES LLC 2005- OP1. CASE NUMBER 06-006757 IVBANKISION A ArlingtonVA 22207
must file their claims with this court WITH- MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIF- DIVISION: A Plaintiff,, Vgto
IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER ICATES, SERIES 2005-OP1, is the IN RE: $1395.00 IN U.S. CURRENCY, vs. Attomey for Personal Representative:
THE TIME O T THE FIRST PUBLICA- Plaintiff and -MICHAEL J. HOLLAND; THREE 93) PLASTIC BAGS JJOHN W. FITCH, JR., AND UNKNOWN DENNIS V. NYMARK
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS HEATHER K. HOLLAND; NORGE RO- WITH APPROXIMATELY TENANTS/OWNERS, DENNIS V. NYMARK PA
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A MERO; are the Defendants, I will sell to SIXTY-TWO (62) GRAMS Defendants. DENNIS V. NYMARK PA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. the highest and best bidder for cash at CRACK/COCAINE AND ONE (1) 110S Pebble Beach Bvd.
AII other creditors of the decedent 800 E. Twiggs Street, George Edgecomb BAG WITH APPROXIMATELY NOTICE OF SALE Sun City Center, FL 33573
and other persons having claims or de- Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, SEVEN (7) GRAMS CANNABIS Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Fi- Telephone: (813) 634-8447
mands against decedent's estate. must Tampa,.Florida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the CLAIMANT: PIERRE BAROULETTE nal Judgment of Foreclosure for Plaintiff 8/25-9/1/06 2T

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your the highest bidder at The County Center, SEC 05 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E the property, and the names in which it
FOR TAX DEED receipt of this document; if you are hearing 601 E Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING was assessed are as follows:
or voice impaired, call 1 -800-955-8771. ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- TAXES Folio No. 188961.0000
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Dated this 18th day of August,-2006. ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please Name in which assessed: Certificate No. 94767
BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to venfy sale MAXEL DOYLE & ADELINE DOYLE File No. 2006-349
LLC the holder of the ollowing certifcate Teresa L Clark, Deputy Clerk location). Said property being in the County of Year of Issuance: 2004
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to If you are a person with a disability who Hillsborough, State of Florida. Description of Property:
be issued thereon. The certificate number PAT FRANK needs any accommodation in order to par- Unless such certifcate shal be re- E % OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1
and year of issuance, the description of Glerk of Circuit Court of ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, Unless such certificate shall be re- BAKER'SADDITION
the property, and the names in which it Hillsborough County, Florida at no cost to you, to the provision of certain derbed iaccorin g to lw the shrpelrty de- d AK S ATBK 1 PG4
was assessed are as follows: .8/25-9/15/06 4T assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- the highet bidd er iat The County Cnter SEC17TWP 29 S RGE 19 E
Folio No. 0408820000 cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, the highest bidder st he County Center, SEC 17 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E
Folio No 0408820000 NOTICE O APPLICATIONGeorgeE Edgecomb Courthoue, 800 E 601 E. Kennedy Bvd, 26th Floor Confer- SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDNG
Certificate No 82505-04 FOR TAX DEED Gergge SE Edgecomb Courtse, lhone ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- TAXES
File No. 2006-335 Twiggs St, Tampa, L 33602, Telephone ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please Name in which assessed:
Year of lsuance: 2004 No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your br 26,RON D ZN CK TRUSTEE
Yearssuance:2004 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that receipt of his doument i you are hearin ca (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 o verifsale RONALD ZNCK TRUSTEE
Descriptionof Property: BROAWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT or voice impaired cal 1-800-9558771. locaion). Said property being in the County of
LOT 2 BLOCK 5 LLC the holder of the following certificate Dated ths 1h da of Aust 2006 you are a perso with a disbilitywo ilsborough, State of Florida.
KING'S FOREST has filed aid certifcate for a tax deed to2 needs any accommodation in order to par- Unless such certificate shall be re-
PLAT BK 2 36 PG 33 be issued thereon. The certificate number Signature b9y ticipate in this proceeding, you areentitled, deemed according to law the property de-
SEC 02 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E and year of-issuance, the description of Teresa L Clark, Deputy Clerk at no cost to.you, to the provision of certain scribed in such certificate shall be sold to
SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING the property, and the names n which it PAT FRANK assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- the highest bidder at The County Center,
TAXES was assessed are as follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, 601 .E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer-
Name in which assessed: Folio No. 093592.0000 Hillsborough County, Florida George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem-
GEORGE J MCFADDEN& MARLENE Certificate No. 88582 8/25-9/15/06 4T Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ber, 2006, at 1000 A.M. (NOTICE: Please
S MCFADDEN File No. 2006-341 No. 272-7040;within 2 working days ofyour cal (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale
Said property being in the County of Year of Issuance:,2004 NOTICE OF APPLICATION receipt of this document if you are hearing location).
Hillsborough, State of Florida. Desription of Propery: -FOR TAX DEED or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. If you are a person with a disability who
Unless such certificate shall be re- LOTBEG NW COR OF SE /4OF NE Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. needs any accommodation in order to par-
deemed according to law the property de- OF NW RUN E 512.53 FTTHN RUN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature by ticipate in this:proceeding, you are entitled,
scribed in such certificate shall be sold to S TO PT210 FT N OF S BDRY OF N Y' BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
the highest bidder at The County Center, THEREOF W 165 FT S 210 FT W 338 LLC the holder of the following certificate FNK assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir-
601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- FT AND N TOBEG has filed said certificate for a tax deed to PATeFRAK cuit Court, Cireuit Civil Division, Room 530,
ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- SEC 19 TWP 30 S RGE 22 E be issued thereon. The certificate number Hlerk of Circuit Courty of cria George E Edico Ci io m 30,
ber, 2006; at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING and year of issuance, the description of THillsborough Conty, Florida Gerge E Edgecm u33602e,- 800 Ehone
call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale TAXES the property, and the names in which it 8/25-9/15/06 4T No. 272-7040, within, 2 working daysof your
location) Name in which assessed: was assessed are as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION receipt of this document; if you are hearing
If you are a person with disability who IRENE FOSTER Folio No. 151595.0000 FORTAXDEED or voice impaired, cali 1-800-955-8771.
needs any accommodation in order to par- Saidproperty being in the Count o Certificate No 91428 Dated this 18th day of August, 2006.
ticipate in.this proceeding, you are entitled, Hillsborough, State of Florida. File No 2006-344 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN0 that Signature by:
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- Unes uch ficae shalle re- Dehe holder of te follwig certificate PAT FRA
cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, deemed according t law the property de- LOT 18BLOK6 ha iledsid er ificate for a ax deed o lerk o ircui ourt of
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E scribed in such certificate shall be sold to OAK HEIGHTS be 6asued thereon. The.certificate number -ilr ou
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone the highest bidder at The County Center, PLAT BK 18 PG 50 and year of issuance, the description of -ugh Oouny, Florida
No. 272-7040 within 2workingdys o your 61 E Kennedy Blvd 26th Floor Confer- SEC 32 TWP 28 SRGE 19 E the op 25-9/15/06 4T
recept of his document; i yu are hearing ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- S ET ALL UTS D the property, and the names in hich it
cv ohi document f u are7ASUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING was assessed are as follows: NOTICE OFAPPLICATION
or voice impaired, calI 1-800-955-8771. ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please TAXES
call (813) 276-81.00 ext 4809 to verify sale Folio No. 175876.0000 FOR TAX DEED
Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. location). Name in which assessed:. ertificate No 93594.
Signature by: If you are a person with a disability who GLENN T TRUSTEE File No. 2006-347 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk needs-any accommodation in order to par- Said property being in the County of Year of ssuance: 2004 BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT
PAT FRANK .ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, Hillsborough, State of Florida. Description of Property: LLC the holder of the following certificate
Clerk.of Circuit Court of at no cost to you, to the provision of certain Unless such certificate shall be re- LOT3-BLOCK 19 has filed said certificate for a tax.deed to
Hillsborough County, Florida assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- deemed according to law the property de- POWELL'S ADDITION be issued thereon. The certificate number
8/25-9/15/06 4T cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, scribed in such certificate shall be sold to PLAT BK 1 PG 30. and year of issuance, the description of
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E the highest bidder at The County Center, SEC 17 TWP 29.S RGE 19 E the property, and the names in which it
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING was assessed are as follows:
FOR TAX DEED No. 272-7040, within 2 .working days of your ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- TAXES Folio No. 205643.0000.
receipt of this document; if you are hearing ber, 2006, at 10:00 A:M. (NOTICE: Please Name in which assessed: Certificate No. 95600
NOTICEIS HEREBY GEN that r voe impaird, call 1-800-955-8771 call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale ANGELA DUNCAN File No. 2006-350HX
BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. location). Said property being in the County of Year of Issuance: 2004
LLC the holder of the following certificate Signature.by: If you area person with a disability who Hillsborough, State of Florida. Description of Property:
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk needs any accommodation in order .to par- Unless such certificate shall be re- LOTS 3 AND 4 BLOCK 2
beissued thereon. The certificate number AT FRAK ticipate in thi proceeding you are entited, eemed accoring toawthe property de OAK HILL
PAT RANK at no cost to you, fo the provision of certain deemed according fo.law the property de- OAK HILL
and year of issuance, the description of Clerk of Circuit Court of acontact theler i scribed in such certificate shall be old to PLAT BK 5PG 38
the property and the names in which it Hillsborough County, Florida cuasittance. Ples ctact Divsion R of 530i the highest bidder at The County Center, SEC 20 TWP 28 S RGE 22 E
was assessed are as follows: 25-9/15/06 E Egcomb ourhouse, 800 E 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING
Folio No. 065352.0600 Twgs S Tamp 3 ence Rootn A on the 25th day of Septem- TAXES.
Certificate No. 85038 NOTICE OF APPLICATION Nos 272-7040, wihn 2 working days of your ber, 2006, at 10:00 AM. (NOTICE: Please Name in which assessed:
File No 2006-337 FOR TAX DEED receipt of this document; if you are hearing call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale KATHRYN DENISEWENTZ
Year of issuance:.2004 or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. location). Said property being in the County of
Description of Property: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. If you are a person with a disability who Hillsborough, State of Florida.
LOT 11 BLOCK 4 BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT i, needs any accommodation in order to. par- Unless such certificate shall be re-
AYERS HEIGHTS UNIT NO 2 LLC the holder of the following certificate Signature by: ticipate-in this proceeding, -you are entitled, deemed according to law the prperty de-
PLATBK 43 PG 74 has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Teresa L. Clark,. Deputy Clerk at no cost to you, to the provision of certain scribed in such certificate shall be sold to
SSEC 06 TWP 29 S RGE 20 E be issued thereon. The certificate number PAT FRANK assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- the highest bidder at The County Ceriter,
SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING and year of issuance, the description of Clerk of Circuit Court of cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer-
TAXES the .property, and the names in which it Hillsborough County, Florida George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem-
Name in which assessed: was assessed are as follows: 8/25-9/15/06 4T Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please
PINEWOOD MOBILE HOME Folio No. 126546.5000 No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale
RENTALS LLC Certificate No. 89908 NOTICE OF APPLICATION receipt of this document; if you are hearing location).
Said property being in the County of File No. 2006-342HX FOR TAX DEED or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. If you are a person with a disability who
Hillsborough, State of Florida. Year of Issuance: 2004 Dated this 18th .day of August, 2006. needs any accommodation in order to par-
Unless such certificate shall be re- Description of Property: .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature by: ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
deemed according to law the property de- LOT 5 BLOCK 67 BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
scribed in such certificate shall be sold to PALMA CElA PARK A RESUB OF LLC the holder of the following certificate PAT FRANK assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir-
the highest bidder at The County Center, BLOCKS 66 67 72 AND 73 has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Clerk of Circuit Court of cuit Court, CircuitCivil Division, Room 530,
601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- PLAT BK 7 PG 62 be issued thereon. The certificate number Hillsborough County, Florida George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E
ence Room A on0the 25th day of Septem- SEC 34 TWP 29 S RGE 18 E. and year of issuance, the description of 9/15/064T wigs St., Tampa, FL 33602,Telephone
ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING the property, and the names in which it 8259/150 4 No. 272-7040, within 2 orking days of your
call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale TAXES was asesse d are as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION receip o his document; f you are hearing
location). Mame in which assessed: Folio No. 154346.0000 FOR TAXDEED or voice impired, cal 1-800-955-8771
If you are a person with a disability who JOHNNY C TRAINA & SUSAN KAY Certificate No. 91760 Dated this 18th day of August, 2006.
needs any accommodation in order to par- TRAINA File No. 2006-345 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Signature by:
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, Said property being in the County of Year of Issuance: 2004 BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain Hillsborough, State of Florida. .Description of Property: LLC the holder of the following certificate PAT FRANK
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- Unless such certificate shall be re- N 58 FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 4 has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Clerk of Circuit Court of
cuit Court, Circuit-Civil Divisio, Room 530, deemed according to law the property de- HOLLOMAN'S J J be issued thereon. The certificate number Hillsborough County, Florida
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E scribed in such certificate shall be sold to PLAT BK 8 PG 9 and. year of issuance, the description of 8/25-9/15/06 4T
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone the highest bidder at The County Center, SEC 04 TWP 29'S RGE 19 E the property, and the names in which it
No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING was assessed are as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION
receipt of this document if you are hearing ence Room A on the 251h day of Septem- TAXES Folio No. 180731.0050 FOR TAX DEED
or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please Name in which assessed: Certificate No. 93994
Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale ESTATEOF ETHEL COLLIER & File No. 2006-348 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Signature by: location). ESTATE OF LEOLA SULLIVAN Year of Issuance: 2004 WACHOVIA BANK NA CUSTITTEE the
Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who Said property being in the County of Description of Property: holder of the following certificate has filed
PAT FRANK needs any accommodation in order to par- Hillsborough, State of Florida. LOT 2 BLOCK 3 said certificate for a tax deed to be issued
Clerk of Circuit Court of ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, Unless such certificate shall be re- WEST NAPLES thereon. The certificate number and year
Hillsborough County, Florida at no cost o you, o the provision of certain deemed according to law the property de- PLAT BK 3 PG 20 of issuance, the description of the prop-
/25-9/15/0 assistance. lease contact the Clerk o Cir- scribed in such certificate shall be sold to SEC 15 TWP 29 S RGE 18 E erty, and the names in which it was as-
825___-91506 4T cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, the highest bidder at The County Center, SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING sessed are as follows:
NOTICE OF George E Edgecomb ourthouse, 800 E 601 E. Kennedy BIlvd, 26th Floor Confer- TAXES Folio No. 008694.0050
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ence Room A on he 25th day o Septem- ame in which as ed Certificate No. 80075
FOR TAX DEED No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE:- Please JOSEPH M DELCASTILLO & File No. 2006-405
Creceipt of this document; if you are hearing call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale ROBERTA D DELCASTILLO Yearof Issuance: 2004
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. location). OerDescription of Propety:
BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. to Said. property being in the County of eN L E 10 F
LLC the holder of the following certificate f you are a person with a disability who ilsborough, State o Florida.OT19 LESS E 10 FT
has tiled said certificate for a tax deed io Signature by: needs any accommodation in order to par- Unls such ce cate hal be re- WTHEREOFTWATER REEK
be ued hereon. The erificate number Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk ticipae in this proceeding, you are entitled, e ace WE TER CREEK SUBDIVISION
and year of issuance, the description of PAT FRANK at no cot o you, o the roviion o certain scrideemed n such certificate sha broerty de- PAT BK 30 PG 68
the property, and the names in which it Clerk of Circuit Court of assistance. Please contact the Cerk of Cir- d i sch era h e SEC 36 TWP 28 S RGE 17 E
was assessed are as follows: Hillsborough County, Florida cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, the highest bidder at The County Center, SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING
Folio No. 087249.0000 8/25-9/15/064 George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 E 601 E. Kennedy Bl'd, 26th Floor Confer TAXES
Folio No 087249.0000 8/25-9/15/06 4T Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- Name in which assessed:
Certificate No. 87750 ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICEw Pisase
File No. 2006-340 NOTICE OF APPLICATION 272-7040, wihin 2 working days of yourca 3 26100Aex 480 i s SCOTT R BERGLUND
Year of lasuance: 2004 PFOR TAX DEED receipf of ihis documen; it you are hearing calI (813) 276-8100 ex 4809 fo verify sale
Year of ssuance: 2004 FORTAX DEmpED rec ird, cen -800-9-8771. location). Said property being in the County of
Description of Property: If you are a person with a disability who
S 2 OF N /2 OF SW Y/ OF SE LESS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. needs any accommodation in order to par Unless such certie shall be re-
needs any accommodation in order fo par- Unless such cerfificale ahal be re-
E 1030.88 FT AND LESS N 25 FT FOR BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Signature by: ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, deemed according to law the property de-
RD R/W LLC the holder of the following certificate Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk at no cost to you, to the provision of certain scribed in such certificate shall be sold to
SEC 05 TWP 30.S RGE 21 E has filed said certificate for a tax deed to PAT FRANK assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- the highest bidder at The County Center,
SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING be issued thereon. The certificate number Clerk of Circuit Court of cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer-
TAXES and year of issuance, the description of Hillsborough County, Florida George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E ece Room A on the 25th day of Septem-
Name in which assesed: the property, and the names in which it /2/1/4 Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please
ROBERT ESPOSITO was assessed are as folows: No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale
aid propry beinFolio No. 145558.0000 NOTlCE OF APPLCATION receipt of this document; if you are hearing location).
Hiladr penbeig in e County of Certificate No. 90886 FOR TAX DEED or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. If you are a person with a disability who
Hilsborough State of Florida. File No. 2006-343 Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. needs any accommodation in order to par-
Unless such certificate shall be re- Year of Issuance: 2004 ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled,
deemed according to law the propertoy de- escription Df Properfy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature by: at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
scribed in such certificate hal be sold to Description o 0 Property: LOSED BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir-
the highest bidder at The County Center, ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON BLOCK 9 LLC the holder of the following certificate PAT FRANK cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530,
601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- ORANGE TERRACE has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Clerk of Circuit Court of George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E
ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- PLAT BK10PG11 be issued thereon. The certificate number Hillsborough County, Florida Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602. Telephone
ber. 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please SEC 19 TWP 28 S RGE 19 E and year of issuance, the description of 8/25-9/15/06 4T No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your
cali (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING the property, and the names in which it receipt of this document; if you are hearing
location). TAXES was assessed are asfollows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
If you are a person with a disability who ame n which asesed: Folio No 155855.0000 FOR TAX DEED Dated this 18th day of August, 2006.
needs any accommodation in order to par- ESTATE OF NORMAN H FELTS Certificate No 91996ure by:
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, File No. 2006-346 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature k, Depuby
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain Said property being in the County of Year of Issuance: 2004 BROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT Terea L Clark Deuty lerk
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- Hillsborough, State of Florida. Description of Property: LLC the holder of the following certificate PAT FRANK
cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, Unless such certificate shall be re- LOT 29 BLOCK 14 has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Clerk of Circuit Court of
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E deemed according to law the property de- ENGLEWOOD be issued thereon. The certificate number Hillsborough County, Florida
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone scribed in such certificate shall be sold to PLAT BK 2 PG 59 and year of issuance, the description of 8/25-9/15/06 4T

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE OF APPLCATION receipt of this document i you are hearin 601 E Kennedy Bvd, 26thFoor Confer- THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFED YOU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
FOR TAX DEED or voiceimpaired, call 1-800-955-8771. ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS .AS A THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DaOed his 18th day of Auli gt, 2006. ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
SDated this 18th daytof Aughust 2006. call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature by: location). TO: JESSICA NICOLL, Mother of: Case No.: 06 13872 Division: D
WACHOVIA BANK NA CUSTITTEE the Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerkn
holder of he foowing cerificate has filed Teresa lark Deputy erk If you are a person with a disability who Arianna Nicole, dob: 07/18/05 ANTONIO JOSE ROMERO,
saod certificate fora tax deed o be ssued PAT FRANK needs anyaccommodation in order to par- YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Petitioner
thieren. tificate rif number and year Clerk of Circuit Court of ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, that a Petition for Termination of Parental and
of issuance the description of the prop- Hillsborough County, Florida at no cost to you, to the provision of certain Rights has been filedin the Circuit Court MARELA MARTNEZ
erty, and the names in which it was as- 8/25-9/15/06 4T assistance. Please contactthe Clerk of Cir- of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the MAReponnARTINEZ
sessed arnde as follows: it scuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough Respondent
essedFolio No. 027705.0000 NOTICE OF APPLICATION George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleg- NOTICE OFACTION FOR
Certificate No. 0 81443 FORTAX DEED Twiggs St, Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone ing that the above-named child is a de- DISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE
Cetificate No. 81443 No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your pendent child and by which the Petitioner TO: MARIELA MARTNEZ
File No. 2006-406 Y VEN tha receipt of this document; if you are hearing is asking for the termination of parental Last Known Address: 2727 W.
YDesription of Propss ce: COLORADO ASSET MANAGEMENT or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. rights and permanent commitment of the
Decriptionholder of tflwgeProperty: fct atd t child to the Department of Children and Fletcher # 2D, Tampa, Florida 33618
DsOT22Bion r5rty: LLC the holder of the-following certificate Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. Families for subsequent adoption YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
SOUTHERN COMFORT HOMES UNIT has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Signature by: YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are has been filed against you and thatyou
NO1 be issue hereon. The certificate number Terea L. Cark, Deputy Clerk requred o appear personay on he 26th required to serve a copy ofyour t-
PLAT BK 35 PG9 and year of issuance, the description of df October, ten deenses if any to it on ANTONdOres
SEC 31 TWP 28 RGE 18 E the property, and the names in which it PATFRANK day of October, 2006, at 9:00 am. before
SUEC 31 TOWP 28 S RGE 18 E te rs aesedr aas fo ows: Clerk of Circuit Court of the Honorable Martha Cook, at the Hills- Fletcher #12D, Tampa, Florida 33618,
SUJECT TO AL OTST G wasasesed are as fw1 Hillsborough County, Florida borough County Edgecomb Courthouse, n o e Sepember 11, 2006, and
TAXES Folio No. 091191.5006 8/25-9/15/06 4T 800 E. Twiggs Street, 4th Floor, Division file the original with the clerk of this Court
Name in which assessed: Certificate No. 8824509 C courtroom #411, Tampa, Florida at 800 East Twiggs St:, Tampa, Florida
ESTATE OF LEO CABRERA e 4 NOTICE OF APPL TION 33602, to show cause, i any, why pa 3 Room 101, before rvce on
Yearof Isuance: 2004 ^0^ ^ % rental ihts shal not be terminated and 3362, Room 01:befresere on
Said property being in the County of FOR TAX DEE D retal rights shall not be terminated and Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you
Hilsbo rough, Stef Florida. Deription of property: -- said child thal not be pemanently fail to do. so, a default may be entered
b LOT 24 BLOCK 4 committed tohe Florida Departmentf against you forhe relie demanded in he
Unless such certificale sha be re OAKVW ESTATESPHASETHREE NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN, tha Children and Farnilies for subequent
deemed according to law the property de- PLAT BK 47 PG 17 COLORADO ~ASSET MANAGEMENT adoption. You are entitled to be repre- pettiion.
scribed in such certificate shall be sold to SEC 03 TWP 29 S RGE 22 E LLC the holder of the following certificate sented by an attorney at this proceeding. Copies of all court documents in this
he highest bidder a The Couny Center, SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING has filed. said certificate for a tax deed to case, including orders, are available at the
the highest bidder at The County Center, SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING. DATED this 111thday ofAugust, 2006. Clek of theCircuit Court's office You may
601 E Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- TAXES be issued thereon. The certificate number Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may
ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- and year of .issuance; the description of PAT FRAMKK review these documents upon request.
ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. OTICE: Please Nme in which assessed: the-propery, and he names in wich it CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT You mus keep the Clerk of the Circui
cal (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale WALTER L BRANUM & KAREN L was assessed are as follows: By: Linda Lepelletier Court office notified of your curren ad-
location). BRANUM Folio No. 179001.0000- Deputy Clerk 8/18-9/8/06 4T dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
If you are a person with a disability who Said propet eing i he County of Certificate No. 93843 dre s,- HFForida Supreme Court Approved
needs any accommodation in order to par- Hillsborough, State of Florida. wFile No. 2006-412 IN THE-CRCUIT COURT FOR THE Family Law Forn 12.915.) Future papers
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, Unless such certificate shall be re- Year of Issuance: 2004 THIRTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT in this lawsuit will be mailed- to the ad-
at no cost to you, to theprovision of certain deemed according to law the property de- Description of Property IN AND FOR ILLSBOROUGH dress n record at e clers office
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- scribed in such certificate shall be sold to W 25 FT 5 INCHES OF LOT 19 FAMLY. DIVIION ily Law Rules of Procedure, F rquire
cuit Court, Circuit Civil.Division, Room 530, the highest bidder at The County Center, BLOCK 17 FAMILY DIVISION y Law Rules of Procure, redocu
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E 601 E. Kennedy Blvd,26th Floor Confer- MAC FARLANES REV MAPOF CASE NO 06-14078 certain auomati disclosure of docu-
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone. ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA JUANA RODRIGUEZ, ments and information. Failure o comp
No. 272-7040, within 2 working.days of your ber,;2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please PLAT BK 3 PG 30 Petitioner,a missual or stnkin of plading .
receipt of this document; if you are hearing cali (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale SEC 14 TWP.29 S RGE 18 E ii o -vs-plead
or voice impaired, cal 1-800-955-8771. ocation) SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING LUIS JAVIER ROJAS TABORDA, Dated: August 7th, 2006.
Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. .If you are a person with. a disability who TAXES Respondent. PAT FRANK
Sinatureb- needs any accommodation in order to par- Nme in which assessed:. NOTICE OF ACTION CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
Signature by: I ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, NATHANIEL FOSTER N CE By: Adrian J. Salas
Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk att to you, to the provision of certain TO: LUIS JAVERROJASTABRDA Deputy rk 8/1-9/1/06 4T
PAT FRANK assistance. Pleas contact the Clerkof Cir- Said property being in the County of ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN06 4T
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- ADDREss ]S UNKNOWN
Clerk of Circuit Court of cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, Hillsborough, State of Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
Hillsborough County, Florida George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E Unless such certificate shall be re- action for dissolution of marriage has THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
8/25-9/15/06 4T Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone deemed according to law the property de- been filed against you and you are re- IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your scribed in such certificate shall be sold to quired to serve a copy of your written de- COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF APPLICATION receipt of this documeit; if you are hearing the highest bidder at The County Center, fenses, if any, to it on Juana Rodriguez's CIVIL ACTION
FOR TAX DEED or voiceimpaired, call 1-800-955-8771. 601 E: Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- attorney, whose name and address is, CASE NO 06-004152-CA DIVISION C
D- ated this 18th day of Auoust, 2006. ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- LISA M. OKOH, ESQUIRE, Law Offices of
NOTICE H Y GIV thed ths 18th day 2 ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE Please L. M. Okoh & Associates, PLLC, 4100 W. WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Signature by: call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 212, Tampa, Plaintff,
LOUISE W CROSLEY the holder of the Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk 'location). Florida 33609, on or before September 25, vs.
following certificate has filed said certifi- locatien). Florida 33609, on or before September 25, va.
foallowin certifcte ha fised taid hertifi- PATFRANK If you are a person with a disability who 2006, and file the original with the Clerk of LEOLA KAY BIDWELL, et al,
cate certifaxdeed ber anued thereo Clerk of Circuit Court of needs any accommodation in order to par- the Court at 800 E Tiggs Street, Tampa, Defendant(s)
ance, the description of he property an Hillborugh County, Florida ticipate in.this proceeding, you are entitled, L 33602, b e svic n NOTICEPeFOr
the names in which it was assessed are 8/25-9/15/064T at no cost to you, to the provision of certain immediately thereafter. Ifyou aito do so NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
as follows: assicance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- a default may be entered against you for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
ol 0419430000 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION cui Court Circt Civil Division, Room 530, he reefdemandedin the pettion. a Final Judgme of Morgage Freclosure
Flio No. 04130000 FOR TAX DEED George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E Dated: August 23, 2006. dCase NO t 106004152-CA of the Circuit
CertificateNo2356 Twiggs St, Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone PAT FRANK Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Cir-
Year of suance:006-401999 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that No. 272-7040, within 2 working.days of your Clerk of the Court cuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH County,
Descarpton of Property: WACHOVIA BK FOR PLY PARK III the receipt of:thi. document; if you are heanng By: Melissa Peterson Florida wherein WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BLOCKS 36-45 LOT 17 BLOCK 44 holder of the following certificate has filed or voice impaired,call 1-00-955-8771. Deputy Clerk BANK, is the Plaintiff and LEOLA KAY
GRANT PARKSADDTLON aid certificate fora tax deed to be issued Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. 825-9/1506 4T BIDWLL; WILLAM NOSEWORTHY;
PGRAT K 7 PADD 55 ON thereon. The certificate number and year of ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
PLAT BK 7PG55 The descripicten fhe propea Signature by: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
SEC 10 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E issuance, the descnption of the property Teresa L. Clark, Deputy Clerk HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING and the names in which it was assessed PAT FRANK PROBATE DIVISION INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO
TAXES are as follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of CASE NO. 06-CP-002244 ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR.
Name in which assessed: Folio No. 114701.0100 Hillsborough County, Florida ALIVE, WHETHER SAlD UNKNOWN
JAMES CLAYTON OSTEEN Certificate No. 89594 8/25-9/15/06 4T IN RE: PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
Sad propertyeing in. the Couty of e No. 2006-410HX ESTATE OF 4I MARTIN ALEXANDER SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANT-
Said property beinga n o lorida. r oOTICE OF APPU ICATON CADALORA EES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; LAKE
Hilsborough, State f Florida. Description of Property: FOR TAX DEED dec ed FANTASAHOMEOWNERS SSOCIA-
Unless such certificate shall be re- THE E 37.5 FTF LOT 29AN LOT 30 cesed. TION, INC.; STATE OF FLORIDA DE-
deemed according tolaw he proprty de- LESS THE S74.80 FT THEREOF NOTICE TO ANTONIO PENNAS OF PARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHAB-
scribed in such certificate shall be soidto NORTH BON AIR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PENDING LEGAL ACTIONS ILITATIVE SERVICES; HILLSBOROUGH
the highest bidder at The County Center, PLAT BK 12 PG 3 COLORADO ASSET MANAGEMENT You are hereby notified that, Petitioner COUNTY SHERIFF; are the Defendants,
601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- SEC 21 TWP 29 S RGE 18 E LLC the holder of the following certificate Norma E. Cortez, on behalf of the Estate I will sell to the highest and best bidder
ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING has filed said certificate for a tax deed to of Martin AlexanderCadalora, Has filed for cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, George
ber; 2006, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please TAXES be issued thereon. The certificate number a Petition to Determine the Homstead Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Foor; Room
call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale and year of issuance, the description of Status and ownership of 5429 Miley 201202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at 2:00
location). N n the property, and the names in which it Road, Plant City, FL 33565 and a Pe PM, on he 15th dayof September, 2006,
If you are aperson with adisability who JOSEPH A GONZALEZ, JANICE V was asessed are as follows: tition for the Summary Administration of the following described property as set
needs any accommodation in ordr to par- GONZALEZ & MiCHELE GONZALEZ Folio No. 206269.0000 the Estta of Martin Alexander Cadalora forth in said Final Judgment:
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entiled, Said property being in the County of Certificate No. 95638 Thee action are pending in the Circuit LOT 14, LAKE FANTASIA, PLATTED
at no costto you, to the provision of certain Hillsborough, Stateof Florida. File No. 2006-414 Court for Hillsboough County, Florida, SUBDIVISION NO IMPROVEMENTS,
assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- Unless such certificate shall be re- Year of lssuance: 2004 Probate Division, whose address is: ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT
cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, deemed according to law the property de- Description of Property: George Sdgecom ourTho 800 THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PUB-
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E scribed in such certificate shall-be sold to E O LOT 2 BLOCK 3 Twgg treet 2nd Flo, Tampa, L O 84, PAGE 29 O E PUB
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone the highest bidder at The County Center, ALLEN AND SMITH' ADDITION 3360RECOU FLOR HILLSOROUGH
No. 272-7040, within 2working days of your 601 E Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- PLAT BK 2 PG 10 PETITION FOR HOMESTEAD: Any COUNT,
receipt of this document; if you are hearng ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- SEC 28 TWP 28S RGE 22 E interested person may file an objection to TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
or voice impaired, call.1-800-955-8771. ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE Please SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING the Petition which shall state with particu- LOCATED THREON AS A PER-
Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. calI (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale TAXES lrity the ground on whch the objection MANENT R XTURE ANO APPURTE-
S atureby: location). is based. No objection shall be filedlater NANCE THERETO, BEARING IDEN-
fSignatur byo a Name in which assessed: than 20 days after this copy of the Notice TIFICATION NUMBER FLFL470A/B
Teresa L Clark, Deputy Clerk you are apersonwih disabiity who STEVEN CAMPBELL JR of the Petition, unless the time is ex- 31341-LF21.
PAT FRANK ticipate ains pceding, you are entiedoa Said property being in the County of tended. The objecting party shall serve a A/K/A 9413 STAR GAZER LANE,
Clerk of Circuit Court of tato cot to sou,t the provision of certain Hillsborough, State of Florida. copy on the attorney for the Petitioner, RIVERVIEW, FL33569.
Hilisborough County, Florida esn Pes a o nta fh a CrofCr Unes su ch cticat a shl -b re whose name and address is stated be- Any person claiming an interest in fhe
Hillsborough County, Florida assitance. Pleae contact the Clerk of Cir- Unless such certificate shall be re- ow. You may aso contact the attorney surplus from the sale, i any, other than
8/25-9/15/06 4T cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, deemed according to law the property de- for the petitioner to obtain a copy of the t property owner as of the date of
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E scribed in such certificate shall be sold to Petition r the LisPendens must file a claim
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone the highest bidder at The County Center, PETON FOR SUMMRY ADMINIS within ixty (60) days after the ale
FOR TAX DEED No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 26th Floor Confer- PETITION OR SUMMARY ADMINIS- t ar da s o tha diabili who
receipt of this document; if you are hearing- ence Room A on the25thday of Septem- TRATION: Aothe crediors of he daceden Ior you are a persncommwih a disabiliy who
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please iand other persons hving claims or needa any ccommodion ing, you arer
WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST/TTEE the Dated this 18th day of August, 2006. call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale demands against decede is estate, dn participat in chis proce ding, you are
hleIha__ ocation). whom a copy of this notice is required to entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
holder of the following certificate has filed atre blocation). be served, must file their claims with the of certain assistance. Please contact the
said certificate for a tax deed to be issued Trsa L. Clark, Deuty Clerk If you are a person with a disability who Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi-
thereon. The certificate number and year eresa epuneeds any accommodation in order to par- MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL
of issuance, the description of the prop- PAT FRANK ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE 33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252,
erty, and the names in which it was as- Clerk of Circuit Court of at no cost to you, to the provision of certain OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF within 2 working days of your receipt of
sessed are as follows: Hillsborough County, Florida assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Cir- SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO- this document; if you are hearing or voice
Folio No. 043737.2620 8/25-9/15/06 4T cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, TICE ON THEM. impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
Certificate No. 82787 George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E All other creditors of the decedent and WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
File No. 2006-408 NOTICE OF APPLICATION Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone other persons having claims or demands this Court on August 17, 2006.
Year of Issuance: 2004 FOR TAX DEED No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your against the estate must file their claims Pat Frank
receipt of this document; if you are hearing with' this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS Clerk of the Circuit Court
De ptionof operty NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that orvoice impaired, cal 1-800-955-8771. AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST By:SandraGlennon
PALM RIVER VILLAGE UNIT TWO COLORADO ASSET MANAGEMENT Dated this 18th day of Auqust, 2006. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Deputy Clerk
PLAT BK 45 PG 31 LLC the holder of the following certificate Signature by: ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
SEC 22 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E has filed said certificate for a tax deed to Teresa L Clark, Deputy Clerk THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN P.O. Box 25018
SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING be issued thereon. The certificate number SECTIN 733.702 OF HE FLORIDA rida 33622-5018
TAXES and year of issuance, the descrption of PAT FRANK PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
Nme n h a : the property, and the names in which it Clerk of Circuit Court of BARRED. F06006891 8/25-9/1/06 2T
Name in which assessed: was assessed are as follows: Hillsborough County, Florida NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
ESTTE OFJEANANN WORLDio No. 175152.0000 8/25-9/15/064T RIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
Said property being in the County of Certificate No. 93519 IN THE CPRCUnT COURT oTHE FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
Hillsborough, State of Florida.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF1THE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF
Hiiisborough, Siete ob Florida. File No. 2006-411 THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Unless such certificate shall be re- Year of Issuance: 2004 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AN DEATH IS BARRED.
deemed according to law the property de- Description of Property: FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY The date of the first Publication of this
scribed in such certificate shall be sold to LOTS 3 AND 4 JUVENILE DIVISION Notice is September 1,2006.-
the highest bidder at The County Center, MINTON'S J P SUBDIVISION Personal Representative/Petitioner:
601 E. Kennedy BIvd, 26th Floor Confer- PLAT BK 11 PG 65 FFN.: 507463 NORMA E CORTEZ e"n0nrP M l
ence Room A on the 25th day of Septem- SEC 09 TWP 29 S RGE 19 E CASE ID: 05-0883 DIVISION: C 5429 Miley Road
ber, 2006, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING IN THE INTEREST OF: Plant City, FL 33565 (O jV1ig Il M -I
call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verfy sale TAXES NICOLL, ARIANNA W/F (dob 07/18/05) Attorney for Petitioner: ,,,ntcaJe C0ntent
location). Name in which assessed: MINOR CHILD. BRYAN D. VAN BRUNT, ESQ.
If you are a person with a disability who AUGUST GONCALVES & PATRICIA A NOTICE OF AN ADVSORY HEARNG Attorney for Norma E. Cortez
needs any accommodation in order to par- GONCALVES >^l* t- m nARlNG Florida Bar No. 010953 Available fr0m C0mmercial News Providers"
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, ON A 0ERM10A93F N Haas Duttn, BlacburO 1 NS rOVierS
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain Said property being in the County of RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS Lewis, Longley & Lee, P.L.
assistance. Please cortact the Clerk of Cir- Hillsborough, State of Florida. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT 4921 Memorial Highway, Ste 200 L
cuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, Unless such certificate shall be re- THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI- Tampa, FL 33634
George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E deemed according to law the property de- TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINA- (813) 253-5333
Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone scribed in such certificate shall be sold to TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS Fax: (813) 254-8555 I I
No. 272-7040, within 2 working days of your the highest bidder at The County Center, CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON 9/1-9/22/06 4T
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s in City's cigar workers in Despite these auspicious
the late f9ti and early 20th circumstances, labor unrest
centuries came from across began in Ybor City before the
Europe and Latin America. factories opened, before the
Leaving their home countries first cigar olled out. The two
,for numerous economic and largest ethnic groups in Ybor
political reasons, many arrived City, Cubans and Spaniards,
with years of hand-rolling ex- maintained tumultuous labor
-perience perfected in Cuban and social relations. Cubans
and Spanish factories. These made up the majority of the
immigrants also brought the workforce and many were
militant legacy of the cigar veterans of the Ten Year War
worker, and the ideologies of Cuba (1868-1878), or fled
gaining momentum in their o escape Spanish reprisals
native lands socialism, com- after its end. Their passion
munism, and anarchism. for Cuba's independence from
In Tampa they often found Spanish colonial rule still
themselves in an unfriendly I burned strong and the fact that
environment, facing powerful Sp Sanirdsowed most of the.
business and civic alliances factories, regularly appointing
and a population antagonistic other Spaniards to higher pay-
to immigrants and "agitators." ing andmore prestigious posi-
The cigar makers and their tions, increased tensions.
families countered these nega- "With the increase in the
tive circumstances with un- number of Spaniardsin Ybor
wavering self-determination, City after -1889, the tension
creating an isolated, indepen- between them and the Cu-
dent neighborhood. -bans increased. Violence often
Driven by tradition, inspired erupted...over the Cuban-
by the voice of the lectors Spanish issue of Cuban in-
(factory readers), and incited dependence." Durward Long,
by nativist* hostilities, these "Historical Beginnings of Ybor
immigrants overcame ethnic City."
rivalries and political differ- A small strike that delayed
ences. They band together to Jose Marti (center, near top) standing on the steps of the Martinez-Ybor and he opening of the Maritinez-
formpokIwaerdl laor unfions, co- was fasto, a:e prat ainil oing to be
form poel labor e unions, aco "Co. n-fac y afte.in g apeec to Ybor igar workers. bor City Museum Ybor factory, allowing Haya to
ops, library.excrhaeiges, s a a rm ea ia i t produce the first cigars, fol-
print shops, debatinglubs, S ety Photographc Coetion lowed the hiring of a Spanish
and monumental mutual-aid bookkeeper. Another strike
societies. disrupted the industry in Key 13, 1886. [basejball game, I quit and go occurred at the same factory
Sensitive to the slightest West and other cities. When Tampa's early cigar work- to the ball game," remembered only a few months later, when
injustice real or imagined they visited Tampa they found ers enjoyed favorable working Alex Scaglione. Spanish members of the local
inflicted by factory owners, a place only a short travel from conditions. Martinez-Ybor, and By 1908 10,500 cigar work- Knights of Labor union walked
the words "Alerta tabaqueros!" Key West and Cuba, with the other early factory owners, ers received an average weely out demanding the dismissal
and "Huelga!" echoed through perfect climate, and newly believed in close worker-owner payroll of $200,000, about 75 of a Cuban foreman. This in-
Ybor City, reguarly slowing developed local railways and relations based on mutual re- percent ofTampa's entire pay- cident led to the death of one
Tampa's largest industry to a steamship lines. The recently spect and shared in the pride roll. This extended their influ- Spaniard and injuries to three
crawl. Dung strikes, march-- established Tampa Board of of the finished product. They ence beyond Ybor City, where others as gunmen fired shots
ers flooded the streets, hun- Trade (an early version of brought old world factory tra- store and restaurant owners into a group of the Knights of
dreds to thousands gathered the Chamber of Commerce) ditions with them, allowing depended on the cigar workers' Labor at a mass meeting meant
to hear speeches, idle workers subsidized the purchase of a workers to smoke freely at their disposable income. Due to the to facilitate an end to the quar-
stood in lines at collectively 40-acre stretch of land and benches, even taking home cigar workers'.collective buy- rel. On at least one other oc-
funded soup kitchens, Ybor gave the manufacturers every up to five cigars each a day. ing power and temperament, casion-Cubans and Spaniards
Citymerchants extended cred-. assurance of their full sup- Since their pay depended on manufactures found them- exchanged gunshots on the
it, and the greater Tampa area port in suppressing labor and their production, how many selves constantly negotiating streets of Ybor and in a sepa-
swelled with anxiety. "In those union activity. Construction cigars they rolled, rather than with Tampa authorities to rate instance four Spaniards
days in Tampa, anarchists and of two factores, the V.M. Ybor an hourly wage, they often overlook blatant violations of severely beat a Cuban.
socialists were many." and Co. and La Flor de San- came and went at will. "I did laws that workers chose to Problems existed between
Martinez-Ybor and his as- chez y Haya, began in 1885. love it because I had plenty of ignore. Gambling, prohibition, other groups as well. Span-
sociates wished to escape the Tampa's first cigars came out freedom. I knock off whenever and other drinking laws went iards and Cubans initially re-
labor turmoil that frequently of the Haya factory on April I wanted to. If there was a largely un-enforced. .(Continued on page 2)


YBR oLDEN YEAR A Lbor DayR eflection on

(FROM SELECT WORKS ON YBOR CITY BY FRANK )ASTRA) Immigration and Work
It was sometime in April as organized sports. Helped by visit to Ignacio Haya, president Most Rev. Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D., D.D.
1986 that Tony Pizzo, Tampa's the national sports craze, rein- of the Centro Espaol Club,
official historian, and this writ- forced by the returning WWII shortly after the occupation of Bishop of Brooklyn
er sat down at La Tropicana to sons, professional and ama- the Centro Espaol by Amer- Chairman, Domestic Policy Committee
sip caf con leche and discuss teur baseball and boxing in can troops. He had appealed United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
some topics. I had asked Tony Ybor City flourished. But this to the Cuban population for
tojoin me so we could discuss, was fast countered by the fac- more cordial relations with Each year as summer draws Labor Day 2006 is a time
among other subjects, this tory demise and cracks in the the Spaniards, for there was to a close many of us gather on when our nation and our
writer's forthcoming book, Latin society stemming from much common heritage be- Labor Day with family, friends church are struggling with the
"Games and Pastimes during lack of new immigrants; this, tween them. and neighbors' to take a rest difficult and important issue
the Golden Years of Ybor City, of course, highly influenced The majority of Cubans who from our work. As a nation, we of immigration. Men, women
1900 1950." Earlier, Tony by the fast declining cigar in- returned to Cuba soon came set this day aside to pay tribute and children come here seek-
had written the forward to the dustry. The flow outward of the back to Tampa. In Cuba they to the workers who create our ing work and a better life for
book. I wanted to confirm my town was fast evaporating the found an island country floun- nation's wealth and strength. their families, hoping to be
feelings on this period. Latin institutions and town's dering "between two empires." Our Catholic faith reminds welcomed as neighbors and
"Frank, they were the best Latin fabric. Uncertainty as to America's us of the inherent dignity and contributors to our communi-
years of our lives," he added, With the closing of the Cu- intent and rule in Cuba, a value of our work, through ties. They come as skilled and
in spite of many conflicting ban War of Independence at the country destroyed by war, which, no matter how large or unskilled workers, agriciul-
events that took place." We turn of the century, Estrada its economy shattered, many small the task, we participate tural laborers, or to study or
both nodded in agreement. Palma, a leader in the Cuban internal political forces at play in God's creation, support our join family already here. They
Then, after some discussion we Revolutionary Party, issued and its future in disarray all families, and contribute to the come, in part, because U.S. -
both agreed on the dates, 1900 a letter to all clubs, directors this caused most Cubans common good. Each Labor Day employers need their labor and
- 1950, to best represent the and agents in America officially to quickly return to Tampa. we celebrate and share our val- our economy depends upon
golden years. The next decade closing all Revolutionary Par- Shortly after the ending of the ues on work and workers and them. Many come through
- the 50s harbor nostalgia, ties and their activities. This, war, the Centro Espaol held remember the importance and official legal channels. Many
particularly of those aspects in turn, had been preceded a very elegant celebration at the contributions of the labor others do not.
of life that still lingered, such by Cuban patriot Figueredo's (Continued on page 12) movement to society. (Continued on page 25)










(Continued from page 1) momentum of years of fund- ness in sustaining themselves preserved the manufacturers' and "agitators" responsible
sisted the entrance of Italians raising and organizing by the dring the strike of 1899 and competitive independence but for the strikes and called for
into the workforce, and in some cigar workers. This shift in at- the.powerful unification of La allowed them to act together action by."determined" men.
cases ethnic and provincial tention coincided with another Resistencia elicited a strong against a unified labor force. Tampa's civic and business
distinctions created rifts. Afro- important change in the social response from the Tampa busi- Tampa's main newspapers the leaders responded, forming
Cubans lived in a different structure ofYbor City owner- ness community. Cigar manu- Tampa Times and the Tampa armed "Citizens' Committees"
world than their Latino-Cuban ship of many of the large cigar facturers closed ranks. Before Morning Tribune, with three who patrolled the streets to
counterparts, and at the same factories began to transfer to the strike of 1899 ended they cigar manufacturers sitting protect "Tampa's interests."
time remained isolated from American owned conglomer- formed the Cigar Manufactur- on its board by 1899, vehe- The favored means of enforc-
Afro-Americans. Spaniards ates. More and more factories ers Association. This alliance mently attacked "anarchists" (Continued on page 4)
from Asturias and Galicia prov- came under the control of cor-
inces possessed very distinct porations operated by Anglo-
political views, so much that Americans with an emphasis
immigrants from Asturias split on profits and no understand- D on' t know W hat YO U
from the Centro Espanol to ing of the cultural and eth-l 1 kfl W w a I i u
form their own club, the Centro nic influences compellingthe a t to tt
Asturiano. But as a whole, race industry's workers. From 1899 W do to g
and gender relations in Ybor to 1935 strikes, boycotts and
City progressed substantially anti-labor violence plagued
beyond those of surrounding Tampa's cigar industry.
Tampa and the entire commu- In 1899 the first major
nity stood united in refusing general-strike, la Huelga de
to adopt Jim Crow laws in the la pesa (the weight strike), hit
factories and trolleys. Aside Ybor City after manufacturers
from occasional.feuds and mild attempted to introduce scales
discrimination, in Ybor City for weighing the amount of to-
class unity dominated race, bacco used in each cigar. Cigar
ethnicity, and gender. makers considered themselves
During the 1890s, activism artisans, taking great pride
in Ybor City focused predomi- in their craft, and viewed the
nately on one cause the call scales as an insult to their abil-
for Cuban independence. The ity and a violation of custom.
citizens ofYbor City contribut- Workers refused' to use
ed generously to Cuba's revo- the scales and employers re-
lution; Some factory owners sponded with a lockout. By
hoped for more lenient trade July of 1899, 4,000 workers
policies with a Cuba free of were on strike. In August the-
Spanish control, but they lent owners capitulated, giving in
their support hesitantly, tak- to all the strikers' demands.
ing care not to encourage the The scales stayed out of the
independence-minded cigar factories, at least temporarily,
workers to let that sentiment but the weight strike marks the
overflow into work relations. only major strike Ybor's cigar-
Cigar workers raised funds, makers won.
distributed propaganda, and Weary of conservative
when the time came, left for unions and encouraged by
battle. A cigar made at the the relatively quick success
O'Halloran Cigar Factory in of the Weight Strike, the cigar
West Tampa carried the note makers formed an autonomous
directing Cuban separatists to local union named La Socie-
start the rebellion. dad de Torcedores de Tampa
"To all Cubans; whether (commonly referred to as La
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both invested in cigar factories income of cigar workers. Tobacco also sided with the
and profited greatly from their Other local and state news- owners. In October of 1909,
prosperity and the revenues papers, Tampa Journal and John Bain Jr., publisher of
they brought to the city. The Times Union and Citizen of Tobacco eaf joined the Tampa
importance of the cigar indus- Jacksonville among others, Board ofTrade. These publica-
try to Tampa's economy meant joined the Tibune and Times tions constantly reminded an
that any disruption in flow in their attacks on thecigar already uneasy Anglo Tampa of
of cigars out of Tampa sent workers, often suggesting vio- the cigar workers' flagrant dis-
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businesses that either relied themes. National trade jour- (Continued on page 5)









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(Continued from page 4) tions in Ybor Cty andother
E associated the communi ty ith cigar towns. At least twice,
all things "un-American", and in 1902 and in 1931, strikes
referred to its inhabitants as revolved arouid the lectors'
everything from "mongrels" stands.
to people of "blood-lust pos-. The story of the lectors
sessed.. nationalities." began in Cuban jails in the
The denizens of Ybor City early 19th century, where they
L developed their own means. read to inmates. By the mid
of spreading their message. 19th century, Cuban cigar
Several Ybor City activists ran factories began adopting the
small print shops, often out practice. Workers, who demo-
of their homes. Pedro Esteve's cratically selected readings,
La Poligota Press became one further adapted the role of
of the most popular. These the lector, including materials
S'shops feveiishly released pam- from the proleta at press and
** phlets, manifestos, handbills, fiction with social themes.
and nfewspapers that people From Cuba the lectors spread
distributed n- the streets through cigar tisin America,
or left on the doorsteps of bringing their tradition of.r
O homes.: Library exchanges at political intellectualism and
La Traduccion, one of bor'smore popular newspapers, ran articles from the grand mutu.al aid societies, proletriat propaganda dissi-
other newspaper tanslated into Spanish. Tis paper became very popular and smaler indepedent ones pation with tem.
oth er newpapers. Ybor a Museum Soiety Photogaphi Colleetion. organized by anarchists and The novels of Emile Zola,
o y Osocialists, exchanged books Victor Hugo, Miguel de Cev-
and other reading materials antes, Benito Perez-Galdos,
Swith sitilar:libraries across the and Alexnder Dumas became
... .. -- nation and around the world. very popular, as well as the
.Local anarchist, socialist, and anarchist and comnunist writ-
..union newspapers grew in pop- ings of Karl Marx Errico Ma-
ularity. Among them were: La latesta, Peter Kropotkin, and
Voce Dello Schiavo (The Voice Mikhai Bakunin Newspaper
; of the Slave;,anarchist), L"Alba readings regularly included:
lhrhe W nrI n L Inn" ::Sociale (The Social Dawn; an- Tierra y Libertad (anarchist,
archist), La Voce della Colonia BBrcelona), El Despertar (an-
A r (The Voice of the Colony; so- archist, Key West) El machete
cialist), L'Auror. (The Dawn; (Comns West), The
socialist), La Revista deFlorida DaiIy Worker, (Socialist, New
an UmI.n r i (socialist), La Federacion (The York), The Soialist Call (New
d .:"'.nF'ederation; union), and El In- York) an l Internacional
trade-urion), the largest news- As a result of the lectors'
S:. paper in Ybor. The printers and readings, a predominately il-
g ~.5 .V .publishers who produced these literate: workforce became fa-
:papers often faced direct tar-. miliar with the writings of the
geting by Citizens' Committees, great novelists and theorists
including raids, confiscation *of the time, as well as working
of equipment and materials, conditions in other parts of the
threts, .arrests, and unlawful world. This informal working-
deportations. class education and th lectors'
Another media form, the lec- direct involvement with labor
tors' stands, stood atthe heart activity cut to the heart of the
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(Continued from page 5) Campa, the local chapter of the
factory owners' distaste for the CMIU organized37 of Tampa's
readers. largest cigar factories by June
In 1901 La Resistencia of 1910. When de la Campa
struck. The union sought to formally petitioned the Cigar
establish closed shops in Tam- Manufacturers Association for
pa, considered an impossible recognition, they refused to
proposition by cigar manufac- negotiate with the nationally
turers. Ybor City's immigrants chartered union. De la Campa
displayed an impressive ex- appealed to the CMA several
ample of solidarity as the strike times and they responded by
continued. Local shop owners locking:out half of the work-
and landlords extended credit ers. Ten thousand workers,
to striking workers, and soup roughly 8,000 men and 2,000
kitchensfed up to 1,000 work- women, went on. strike. The
ers a day. strike of 1910 lasted seven '
"In front of the free soup morith, culminating in the
houses can always be seen a most brutally violent events
crowd discussing the situation to mar the history of Tampa's
with the wildest gesticulations, labor conflicts.
and usually denouncing the Cigar workers held a huge
manufacturers in the severest rally and parade on Labor Day. Y
manner possible." United The following day, D.B. Mckay
States Tobacco Journal, Au- publicly announced the hiring
gust 09, 1899. of 300:"special police," many of
The Tampa business com- them coming from surround-
munity resppnded accordingly. ..1 ing rural areas and possessing
Landlords associated with. moderate to extreme degrees
cigar manufacturers began of an anti-immigrant leanings.
evicting past-due cigarworkers The Citizens' Committees and
and vigilante groups egularly 'special police'acted in accord
ordered La Resistencia leaders with local authorities (the com-
to leave. On August 5, 1901 a -mittees sometines held meet-.
Citizens' Committee abducted ings in the county courthouse),
15 La Resistencia activists,- at the very least, police tended
including the president and to look the other way regarding
treasurer. The committee later anti-labor violence.
released two, and tok the tzens'ommtteesopenly S kitc workestrike. Thisphotodepitstheethnicsperu
other 13 by boat to the coast of attacked cigar workers found urng P t r
*Honduras, where they dropped alone orin small groups, in one ofYbor City's earlyigarndustry. Ybor City Museum Society Photographic
them off with the threat "Be (Continued on page 7) Col]ectionn.
seen again in Tampa, and
it meais death." With the
absence of La Resistencia of-
ficials, local banks froze the
union's strike funds. In late
August the union's acting sec- The H illsborgss room
retary defied a written order to
leave by proclaiming, "Damn i t
the Americans; they can not Teachers A ssociat n
make me go.' He and the editor
of La Federacion, a local cigar l 74
workers' paper representing La Loca 7
Resistencia, disappeared after
beingrrested days later. R eentTeac a
manufacturers and local busi- g ta

atd rc len ands Educational Support Personnel
strained their leadership.. The
strike tended u.nsuccessfuily
inlateovemberof 1901. La In Hillsborough County Public Schools
Resistencia, as an effective tool
for collective bargaining, endedr
soon after. Salues Labor
The collapse of La Resisten-
cia left the Cigar Maker's Inter-
national Union as the leading
union in the area. The CMIU's
stance during the strike il-
lustrates their disapproval
of Ybor's radical tendencies
and explains why local cigar
workers viewed them with a
skeptical eye.
YbAr ityhe stride temporarilyf 1901, CTA Supports The Following Candidates W ho Are
focused their efforts on other king amily Frindly
endeavors. Social clubs that W orking Family Friendly
already existed began to grow
in popularity, gaining thou-
sands of members. Each club JinDavis Goveror
catered to a specific nationality
or ethnicity, but usually ac- Alex Sink Chief Financial Officer
cepted members regardless of
race, class, or gender. Unions Walter "Skip" Campbell Attorney General
sometimes held large meetings
in the banquet halls of clubs, Les Miller Congressional District 11
and clubs often participated in
fundraising or contributed to Stephen Gorham Florida Senate District 10
union activity. The socialized, Arthenia
collective theme of the Mutual Arthenia Joyner Florda Senate District 18
Aid Societies demonstrates the
sense of community solidarity Michael Scionti Florida House District 58
prevalent in Ybor City at the Warren Dawson Florida House District 59
time and underscores local
sympathies to institutions Candy Olson School Board District 2
based on anarchist and social-
ist ideals. Jennifer Faliero School Board District 4
Cigar workers also increased
efforts of formal political or- Ken Allen School Board District 6
ganizing. The socialist party
became very strong, almost
winning several spots in local 4505 N. Rome Ave Tampa, F1 33603
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Prominent socialist Kate Rich- (813)238-7902 Fax (813)237-4541
ards O'Hare visited in 1911,
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a crowd of 1,000 men and Affiliated with FEA/NEA/AFT/AFL-CIO
women. Regardless of other en-
deavors, labor activity proved
constant in Ybor City.
Under the guidance ofyoung
and competent Jose de la
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case brutally beating an elderly terror tactics proved unsuc-
1 'j _.. .C.n tin ue. frm pag 6)or T tzceins oroed uec-
Italian cigar maker. Gun.men cessful. Arguably, they back-
fired at a foreman of Valle and fired. On October 1 an arson-
Company, and a small shoot- ist's fire completely consumed
out followed. the Balbin Brothers factory.
On September 14, hostili- That same night the Fire De-
Sties boiled over. A nrob greeted partment narrowly saved the
J.F. Easterling, an American Tribune office from the same
bookkeeper for the Bustillo fate. On October 17, Tampa's
: Brothers' and Diaz factory, at elite again responded. Police
the steps to the factory. As he arrested de la Campa and
entered the building, someone two other union leaders, sen-
,Ll from the crowd fired at him tencing each of them to one
Easterling fell wounded and year of hard labor. A Citizens'
the gunman.escaped. Committee raided the Labor
On September 20, police Temple, a union meeting hall
arrested Casatenge Ficarrotta thathoused the offices of sev-
and Angelo Albano in connec- eral local unions. The Com-
tion to the Easterling shoot- mittee broke up a meeting in.
ing simply on the grounds .progress, confiscated records
that someone saw them in and documents, smashed
the crowd when Easterling furniture, and hung a sign on
fell wounded. That night, an the door that read "This- place
Lynching victims Casatenge Ficarrotta and Angelo Albano. Courtesy of Uni- armed mob of 25 to 30 men is closed for all time."
versity of South Florida Library, Special Collections. halted the horse-pulled police. As the. strike drug on divi-
.:carriage transporting Ficar- sions-in the city grew. Jew-
rotta andAlbano to the county ish and Latin merchants on
jail and took the two prisorieys. Seventh Avenue supp.orted
Police found the two men later the workers, donating food,
S. .-: .:.. ^ W that night, hung from a tree clothes, and money to families
at the corner of Grand Central suffering from the prolonged
(now Kennedy Boulevard) and strike. But many native busi-
Howard Avenue. Inexplicably, ness owners sided with the
the police left them hanging manufacturers. Disputes be-
..End...e.d u ..over night until a crowd gath- tween uniort and non-union
Endrsed byered in the morning. A note cigar workers increased. The
attached to one of the victim's Board of Trade brought in
St. Petersbur- Ti es feet read, "Others take notice strikebreakers (with up to 200
or go the same way." Jose de armed members of Citizens'
la Campa and other union Committees standing guard
La Gaceta leaders faced similar threats. outside of some factories) from
Authorities never made any ar- Key West and Havana, and
F da n e n rests for the murders of the two some of Tampa's cigar makers
o da Sentnel Bulletin men and Easterling died in the left to look for work in those
hospital in late September. same cities, often .sending
"BEWARE... OTHERS TAKE money back to their striking
Endorsd b soro Schoo NOTICE OR GO THE SAME brethren. A few owners moved
WAY. WE KNOW SEVEN their factories out of Tampa.
Empites ederato0 MORE. WE ARE WATCHING On January 26, the strikers
YOU. IF ANYMORE CITICENS returned to work, defeated. The
ARE MOLESTED, LOOK OUT." effects of the previous seven
Constrction, labor unons and Note pinned to shoe of one months lingered. As a direct
of the victims, Tampa Morn- result of the.1910 strike, three
busiesssupport her because se ing Tribune, September 2.1, people died, several others
"1910. suffered serious injuries, at
returs comon sen"S0 0Sse to our "Neither Ficarrotta nor Al- least three sat in jail, and local
bano were directly connected busihesses lost millions. Tam-
schools bq teaching workforce with the strike. of cigarmak- pa cigar makers understood
ers..." Tampa Moring Tribune, the extreme viciousness and
OUIIIInd stu Sen a ra September 22, 1910. (Continued on page 8)
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sought increased wages to severalturing points in Ybor's
counter higher costs of living, labor unrest. Union accep-
but also asked for the rehiring tance in America grew since
of several recently fired union the strike of 1910. Local citi-
members, and requested that zens, state and federal au-
only union members be hired thorities all grew apprehen-
in the future. The Cigar Manu- sive of the implementation of
facturers Association again re- vigilante. tactics. The CMIU
fused to formally negotiate with also encouraged the use of only
the union. Over 6,400 cigar peaceful means of obtaining
workers walked out. The CMA their goals. The once power-
locked several shops, and the ful ifluence of Ybor's radical
longest cigar strike in Tampa's element decreased during the
history began. 10 year lapse between the
The strike of 1920 marked (Continued on page 9)










Jose de la Campa speaking to a 1912 Labor Day crowd estimated at 5000,ooo,
after serving his one year sentence of hard labor for his involvement in the m_ __
1910 strike. Courtesy of University of South Florida Library, Special Collec- J' _
tions.
(Continued from page 7) came to Tampa and spoke with "Red Scare" spread across
combined might of the forces representatives of the factory the nation. The Communists
they faced, as well as the cigar owners and the CMIU, but left within the ranks of the unions
manufacturers' willingness to after both parties expressed and cigar workers entered the The nMe ind W omen
lose money to retain control of their lack of interest in .govern- sights of the ruling class. "The
the factories. meit involvement. crowd of reds operating in this W ho Make meria W ork
The CMIU led a brief strike The main strike of 1918 city under the guise of anar-
in 1918, demanding a small ended quickly, with most of chists, bolshevists, socialists,
increase in wages. Between the factory owners agreeing to or anything else they may call
1915 and 1920 the cost of small raises. Smaller strikes themselves are put on notice
living in Tampa increased and stoppages continued that the first aggregation of HENRY GONALEZ PLUMBIRN CO., NC.
135 percent while cigar fac- throughout the year for an them caught attempting to
tory worker wages increased array of minor to major dis- hold a protest meetinrig on May 211 Waest columbus DrIve Tampa, FR 33807
by only 12 percent. President agreements. 1 or anyother day is going Phon: 251-0596
Wilson's administration -had In 1919 small strikes and to be awfully sorry."On
recently enacted a policy to walkouts continued. With The decade of the 1920s
prevent major work stoppages the victory of the Bolsheviks ushered in the renewal of the
during WWI. Federal mediators in the Russian Revolution a general strike. The CMIU again










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(Continued from page 8) end. Factory owners reduced
Sstrikes of 1910 and 1920 and wages anid removed lector
S "s ai wti ., ii many within the unions and stands from some of the shops.
SIH, ..... :greaterTampa held their leftist In mid November, without the
Stendencies at least somewhat support of the CMIU, a wildcat
responsible for the prolonged strike began in West Tampa
violence of the 1910 strike. The and quickly spread to Ybor.
divisions between the extreme Over 4,000 workers walked
Selements and the more con- out, demanding better wages
servative within Ybor's labor and the return of the readers.
movement seemed impas- The Cigar Manufacturers Asso-
sible and, after ten months on ciation refused both requests.
strike, union funds began to Despite the unorganized na-
run out.The strike ended with ture of the st-rike, both the
another union loss and work- CMA and the city's two argest
ers returned to the factories i dailies again placed blame on
SFebruary.of 1921. "professional agittors" of the
The formidable influence CMIU and asked "every stal-
Soof the Tampa business com- wart American citizen...to curb
o and ther economi radical agitators." Vigilante
mght dealt -a heavy :blow to threats and violence returned
Sstrike of 1920 clearly illus- several men abducted a union
trated the Cigar Manufacturers leader and placed. -him n a
SAssoc-iation's resolute refusal train to Jacksonville, warning
Sto relinquiyh control of the fac- him to never return. Other or-
Workers gathered outside of one of the first buildings to house the Ybor City tories, and the mitment of ganizers went into hiding and
Labor Temple (ECentro Obrero, 9. Coues of Tam a-Hillsborough Tmpa's eliteo back them in- the strikecollapsed after only
Public Libraries, Burgert Brothers Collection. definitely. As strikes ontined a of comid the weeks. of the
to fail, manufactures continued Aid the suffering of the
to gradually introduce scales, Great Depression in the
Ma machines, and more efficient 1930's, Communism became
systems of producing cigars increasingly appealing, and
that required fewer workers the Communist Party of the
S.to produce greater numbers U.S.A. gained support across
:of cigars. Many longtime cigar Aerica. Tampa proved no
makers began looking for work exception. After wage cuts in
KRSTOPHERE. FERNANDEZ in more stable businesses. early 1931, the Tampa-local of
a a KThe agitation by both -par- the Tobacco Workers Interna-
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(Continued from page 9) themselves locked-out by the M,
tional Union (TWIU), a mem- owners.
ber of the Communist Party's A new Citizens' Committee
Trade Union Unity League, "the Committee of Twenty-
attracted many new recruits. Five" consisting once again of -
Local authorities and business leading businessmen, bankers,.
leaders responded predictably, and lawyers formed. Many
and one communist organizer local. businesses and organi-
was kidnapped and whipped. zations, including the United
Later in the year the TWIU Spanish War Veterans and
planned a rally and parade to the local branch of the Elks,
commemorate the l4th an- publicly backed the new Citi-
niversary of the Bolshevik vic- zens' Committee. Police raided
tory in Russia. Tampas mayor, the Ybor headquarters of the
Robert Chancey, refused to TWIU, confiscated materials
issue a permit and Ybor City's and dash and arrested a union
cigar workers answered with official The records taken from
one of their most militant the union office showed that
stances to date. On November 5,000 workers, halfof Tampa's
7, the cigar workers gathered- cigar workers, worked under
at the Labor Temple for the theTWIU. On December 6, fed-
rally. Police attempted to dis- eral courts banned the TWIU.
perse the crowd and general On December 14, factories
mayhem broke out. One of- reopened on their own terms, orkers rally i front of the Labor T leon November 8, 193
ficer was shot, another struck rehiringonly 'eventy perce n t ofL o 8
in the head with a brick, and the workers who paticipated Courtesof niversty of South Florid brary, SpealCollectons
several "assaulted with fists in the strike Factory owners
and various weapons." Police proudly explained the selec-
arrested 15 at the scene, in- itive rehiring by claiming they
cluding one of the organizers, "weeded out the Reds." O
Carlos Lazana. That night, TheTWIU ceased to function t
police raided the "headquar- effectively after the 1931 strike
ters of the communists," the and the federal. injunction
home of Fred Crawford. They agaiist barring their union.
machine, and "a truckload of lished elite of Tampa were
Red literature.n Cigar. work- both reminded that extra-le- .
ers at four factories walked gal violence, rather by police
out in response to the police making unlawful seizures or
violence. Citizens' Committees flogging
Some factory owners used and threatening cigar-makers,
these altercations as an ex- worked in suppressing labor
cuse to tear down their stands unrest.
once again in 1931 "Ata mass. The manufacturers' ..most
meeting last night of all the recent victory could nt save
cigar manufacturers of Tampa them from the overall decline
a full discussion brought out of the industry. Unable to conm-
the fact all of the trouble is pete with the fully mechanized
originating from the readers'. factories of the north, and o
stand where fiery communistic still suffering from the linger-
translations from anarchistic ing effects of the Depression
publications have been. con- and popularity of cigarettes,
stantly poured into the work- Ffactories in Tampa continued 1 af O
ers." True the readers read to close.
the works of anarchists and In 1933, under the New
communists, but again, only Deal, Tampa manufacturers
at the workers' request. finally agreed to union recog-
When workers arrived at nition and a new union, The
factories on November 27 to. Local independent Union of H ono L
see the lector stands removed, the Cigar Indust-y of Tampa,
many of them immediately temporarily came to power.
walked out. They gathered in The Local Indepenident led a
the streets of Ybor where oth- brief general strike that closed
ers joined them. They massed most of Tampa's factories. A
at the Labor Temple and. de-. week later the manufacturers
cided to strike for three days in agreed to a temporary code ofnZART
protest of removal of the lectors fair competition approved by
and the continued detention of the National Recovery Admin-
those arrested on.November 7. istration.q. LUTEI O

Seven-thousand cigar workers Threatened by the success
participated, at the heightof .of the Local Independent, the
the industry's busy season. CMIU began a recruitment
Cigar workers returning at the program to regain the favor of
end of the 72-hour strike found (Continued on page 11)




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(Continued from page 10) the company refused to pay.
cigar workers. The CMIU suc- D.B.McKay, owner and edi-
ceeded, boasting over 5,000 tor of the Tampa Daily Times,
members by December. former Mayor and veteran of
The workers struck one final several Citizens' Committees,
time in 1935. Workers at a fac- volunteered to pay the fine
tory operated by Schwab-Davis himself in order to settle the
complained that the firm intro- dispute. The cigar workers
duced the production of cheap returned to their benches,
cigars made by a teamwork wrapping-up the days of mass
system, which violated 1933 strikes in Ybor City.
agreements. Several hundred With the wheels of collective
refused to work. bargaining spinning, free from
the hindrance of mob-violence
Representative of the chang- or police suppression, the ever-
ing mood of Tampa business, waning number of cigar work-
an arbitration committee com- ers again turned their eyes to
prised of workers and manufac- other causes. Support of the
turers negotiated the disagree- fledgling Spanish Republic,
ment. They ruled in favor of the and anti-fascism became the
striking workers and imposed popular causes of the people of
a $400 fine against Schwab- Ybor City through the 1930s.
Davis. When the president of Groups in Ybor City raised

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International-
A parade organized by women cigar workers in support of the Spanish Re-
Brotherhood of public, May1937. Courtesy of University of South Florida Library, Special
E le tc al ri a or ,.e thousands for the Spanish in WWII, a dramatic change pression, mechanization, anti-
EleWRepublic during its war against from the common anti-war labor violence, the popularity
General Franco. Women orga- stance of Ybor during WWI. of cigarettes, nativist hostility
nized parades down Seventh Those who did not fight, left for and the growth of Tampa's
Avenue and led fundraisers better paying jobs in factories tourist industry chipped away
and donation drives. Several in the north or the shipyards atthe foundations ofthis "radi-
SFoyd Su s people from Ybor volunteered of Port Tampa. At the wars end cal Latino island in the deep
to fight in the Abraham Lin- they returned to a dilapidated south." By the late 1940's little
Business Manager and Financia Secretary coln Brigade in Spain .and little town, with neglected evidence of Ybor's rich prole-
letters from Spain and articles streets and boarded-up shops. tariat culture remained.
in Barcelona papers regularly Few coming home from service "Let me say it right out
commended the commitment used their veterans' mortgages Ybor City was a radical, trade
Telephone: (813) 621-2418 10108 Highway 92 East of Tampa to the defense of the on homes in Ybor City. union town." Jose Yglesias,
Fax: (813) 621-1687 Tampa, FL 33610-5947 Republic. Things had changed in Ybor "The Radical Latino Island."
Distraught by their own City, this once prosperous la- To lean more about the his-
country's turn to fascism and bor-oriented community finally tory of Ybor City, visit the Ybor
HONOR LA BOR by the defeat of the Spanish collapsed under the pressure of City State Museum at 1818 E.
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YBOR'S G OLDEN YEARS
(Continued from page 1) above did much to lessen old most others in America. These Tampa. the daily lives. The cafs and
their clubhouse. Invited were passions, common in homes, were reinforced by much pride, The construction of beauti- fonda's boomed. Soon, much
key city dignitaries, highest streets and factories. as evidenced by well dressed ful Spanish, Cuban and Italian similarity and commonality of
Cuban leaders, leaders of the It also began a new era of tabaqueros. Some men even Social Clubs and of hospitals, values between the Cubans,
Spanish and Italian commu- friendly Spanish underpinning wore hats at their work sta- clinics and cemetery they cre- Spaniards and Italians began
nity, Spanish dignitaries and in Ybor City, due to their posi- tions. This was reinforced ated, well staffed with doctors to slowly resurface, as were
Tampa civic leaders. The cel- tion with respect to the one by similar factory positions, and nurses, made family.care the like dependence of the ci-
ebration was intended to foster industry, cigar manufactur- factory methods, a common available to all. Indeed, cradle gar industry. And so were the
accord and a new beginning ing. Pay scales in those days factory practice of listening to the grave medical care was uniqueness of the.home cus-
for all in the community. The compared very favorably with to the Lector (the Reader), the guaranteed and the cost was toms celebrated as. sources of
use of Spanish as the town's very modest. It was among the pride and admiration. Not that
SA J Cigars V language, caf brought to best in the state. preferences in marriages were
H a M-A -J oe CIgars V isIt the factory, and other such Perhaps the best and'most always sconded by the par-
practices. These were gener- important attribute stemming ents. In fact, in the arlyyears
the Baghdad Green Zon e ally practiced in most middle from these Spaniards, Cubans there was much reticence at
to large factories. Taken for and Italians was the existence mixed marriages. Many young
by Paul Guzzo Without them there would be granted is the existence of the of very strong and similar men and women would cir-
Sau o Without them there woud be practice of men stopping at the family values. Love of family, cumvent this impasse.
Tino Gonzalez resurrected no Amrica. We need to hoor local eateries, whether cafs, respect for the elderly and Ybor City was much more
his father's former cigar brand, them. This is my little way of fondas or restaurants to eat for home and neighbors, law than an industrial or revolu-
Hav-A-Joe Cigars, asa wayto giving back, much dail Spanish, Cuban or and order, vy safe neighbor- tiona town hada specal
honor bothis father and the Afterdonatedthecigarsto Italian foods, and all socializing hoods, and the strong push,. allure, a harbinger ofitsbecom-
military "Joes" for which the the soldiers in Iraq, Major Pa- in the common town language for children education, these ing a major tourist attraction.
brand was named. Today, it is checo called me and said I was Spanish. and more, made the families For Ybor had the ambiance of a
Tino Gonzalez who is honored a great American. I told him he Avery cohesive Latin society and neighborhoods enviable. vigorous and fascinating Span-
... honored .that he's had the couldn't be more wrong. I told quickly rooted. Again, this was These common values, one can ish town. Castilian was the
opportunity to provide a few him he and everyone he serves reinforced daily by the exis- agree, were generally based predominate language used.
smiles to the troops serving with- are the great Americans. tence of one iajor industry, on old European Christian This use fuither enhanced with
overseas in Iraq. I'm just a regular American similarity of jobs and a com- ones, which went back to their the arrival of the Italians. They
A few months ago, Gon- doing what I can." mon factory lore that all talked homeland, whether directly or soon began to speak Spanish,
zalez received an email from Hav-A-Joe Cigars are avail- about at home. It was often indirectly. for the factory owners and the
Major Michael V. Pacheco of able at Kash N Karry, Hard the major subject at the din- Famiies n the Golden Years redominant factory hierarchy
the United States Army. Ma- Rock Store, Seminole Gam- ner tables, and heard by their period were tightly knit. La- were mostly Spaniards.
jor Pacheco, who is currently bling Casino, Sweetbay Liquor children. Words like "el Patron" tinos enjoyed strong family Thetown's special ambiance
serving ini Iraq, told Gonzalez Stores, and other locations (the owner), el Capataz (the values. Stabiity was fortified was first noticed by strangers
in his emails of Baghdd Cigar throughout the area. main floor foreman), el Lector by much hope and assurance who turned suddenly on its
Nigt, wich sees over 200 For more information on (the Reader) all understood of work in the cigar industry main spine, la. Setima, and
men and women serving in Hav-A-Joe Cigars, visit www. by everyone, whether in Ybor and the excitment of the in- were suddenly impacted by
the Armed Forces and working havajo.com. City, Palmetto Beach or West termixing of the cultures in (Continued on page 13)
as contractors convene in the
"Green Zone" to relax, have a
laugh and enjoy cigars. Major
Pacheco learned of Hav-A-Joe
while searching the Internet for SMOKM IF YO T
information on popular cigar, T il "
brands and immediately con- '

Hav-A-Joe was a perfect fit for
the military's cigar event. NEWSLINE: August 5, 2006 HAV-A-JOE was invited into the Green Zone, Baghdad, Iraq for
Gonzalez did more than Baghdad Cigar Night where over 200 Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Department of State and Contractors.
just provide Major Pacheco
with cigars .. he provided gathered to relax,.have a laugh or two, and smoke HAV-A-JOE cigars. The HAV-A-JOE table was a
Major Pacheco with 150 FREE popular spot and HAV-A-JOE played a major role in the evenings success.
cigars. Early word out of Iraq Michael V. Pacheco, Major, United States Army.
is that the Hav-A-Joe cigar
station was an immensely ,
popular destination during last
month's Cigar Night.
This isn't the first time
Gonzalez has donated cigars
to U.S. military. For the past
six months he has provided
free cigars to the Lakeland Re-
cruiting Station. Each recruit ..
is provided a free Hav-A-Joe
cigar upon officially entering
the U.Si military.
While Gonzalez now runs
the cigar company as a way to HAV-A-JOE setup table. Passing out HAV-A-JOE. Patio seene smoking HAV-AJOE.
honor, the company was origi-
nally founded by his father,
Faustino, in 1947 simply as a
way to.survive.
Faustino worked as a pack-
er in the cigar factories by day,
but.this was not enough of an
income to support his family.
He needed a second job, but
rather than working for some-
one else, he decided to try his
hand as the boss. He had a
small 20x30 room located in
the back of his house, hired
six or so employees and started
his own cigar brand, Have-A- Tu
Joe. The name Hav-A-Joe was
inspired by Faustino's brother; ,a 9
Joe. Joe was a medic in World
War II, serving in Africa and :
Europe. Villagers in these
other countries would yell out
"Joe" whenever they wanted to
get a U.S. soldier's attention.
Though Joe knew that the Lm 0tC .-4Z..
name "Joe" referred to all the ~D BAMMADE LONG R...
soldiers, he still couldn't resist
tumrning around every time he Soldier relaxing and showing off the HAV-A-JOE famous white ash.
heard it yelled.
In 1951, though, Faustino After more than 50 years Joe's back to honor and salute our
ceased production of Hay-A- American armed forces, past, present and future.
Joe cigars, choosing to instead
try his hand in the television HAV-A-JOE Premium Soldado cigars are exceptionally mild, imported, handmade, long filler and
sales business, which proved .
lucrative. made with highly prized pure tobacco aged for more than four years. HAV-A-JOE cigars are packaged
Gonzalez reintroduced Hay- in a handsome cedar box with 25 Soldados(Sokliers), each wrapped in cellophane for freshness. The size
A-Joe tobacco to the Tampa is a 6/44, which coincidently was also the Junrie 1944. D-Day date.
Bay area in 1982 in order to
honor with his father's legacy Available at:
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has so much respect. HARD ROCK STORE, Senminole Gambling Casino
"I always think we need to
do more to Americanize our- Kash N Karry / Sweetbav Liquor Stores
selves," said Gonzalez. "These and other fine retail stores.
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SY B O S G L E R mother's dress and follow her terbugs were also danced. The
O J ^ 1 from behind, taking it all in Charleston. had already left
S- but also suffering many pulls, its mark.. On Sunday, picnics
h e c pushes and bumps from the at DeSoto Prk, Rocky and
(Continued from page 12) the close grid allowed for much ers, children and other family walking crowd of shoppers. Ballast Point, kept families to-
the reduced scale of the archi- street walking and verbal greet- members. Members came to Teenaged boys, meanwhile, gether. At the many parks chil-
tecture and street. Moreover, ings. Many corners had grocery shop the local casas baratas, had well rehearsed schemes dren played bolas, trompos,
the warmth of the red bricks stores and occasional cafs. the "fiv and ten cent stores." fr finding the girls they liked, :el palito, riquiti, papalotes, el
on much of the pavement and Neighbors often stopped to Saturday was the big shop- chaperoned as they were. The hilito, los prisioneros, corer
buildings imparted an intimate talk to each other. Factory lore ping night out. Theseiwere well families could then be seen corer, and an endless number
feeling.. Shop owners lived provided-much gossip. stocked with quality Jewish stopping at the father's favorite more. Italians loved to play
above their stores, relaxed on On Saturday nights the and Latin retail stores. Mothers cafs to sip caf con leche with bocce in the back areas and
their balconies and socialized stores on La Setima were held on dearly to their small a pastelito (pastry), perhaps a alleys. (Bocce ball came out
in the club cantinas and dance packed. The width of the side- children. Small boys, such as Senorita, a pastel de guayava much more in the open in the
halls. The streets were orderly, waks were crowded with moth- this one, would get a grip on oran talian pasty. celebrations of the 1980s.)
SYes, Saturday,night was a During btsiness-days pace
".happy occasion From the so- on la Setima was brisk. Busi-
cial clubs ElCentro Espaol, nessmen and cigar workers
Sel -Circulo Cubano, L'Unione ovd raidly on the Crowded
Italiana, El Centio Asturiano sidewalks. In earlydaysPana-
Sanrd Sociedad Union Marti-Ma- ma hats and ties were in vogue
ceo- one could hear occasional among well positioned factory
: wafts if the period's sft and workers, factry hierarchy and
5T d Sf TS romantic-mic :c that barely businessmen. Italiarfmenpre-
spilled over. From la Setima ferred the darker hats; but also
shopping families often stood wore Panama hats. Traffic was
T M V by and gazed up at the portico hectic, and early model black
Sof the Centro Espaol and saw automobiles zipped passed
the mothers and aunts chap- cocky yellow-colored streetcars
eroning the properly dressed. loaded with passengers In the
y .oung ladies and young men cafs one saw men and women
SW earing coats and tes. .Of- dipping pan conp mantequilla
S: ten these were going to the (buttered Cuban bread) into
Saturdy night dances at the their caf con leche.
Ssocial clubs, with ever pres- In the clubhouses, men
.they heard the beautiful Paso clattering sound of men playing
Dobles, Danzones and Haba- domiioes filled the air. Peanut
neros sounding in the breeze. and ice cream vendors moved
These, the youngsters faked about. El Piruiero, a candy
dancing to them on the side-i vendor n: foot, fascinated the
walk, their family alongside. children. Icemancarried blocks
S-Cg Inside, the beautiful dance- ofice and fish fruit, vegetables
fC ui Caur J"g Ohalls, common to all the Latin and deviledcrab vendors plied
'U :o clubhous s,. were' handsomely theif wares, often with mule
Secorated Fox Trots and jit- (Continued on page 14)

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B R G OE Y ARstreets a memorable event. and home, where doors were
Factory and home needs were often unlocked. True, there had
YR GL YEARS all a few blocks away. Walking been a few major crimes due
(Continued from page 13) was the favorite way, by far, to some organized gambling.
wagons. "El afilador" signaled Feliz, Lupe Valez, and Ramon The local theaters were now to commute in those days. These did not filter to the daily
his coming with a mouth organ Navarro. The last two very also showing many American Distances were short. Many life of the town. Hundreds of
and sharpened the housewives romantic played in Hollywood movies. The old silent movies goods and services were simply men, women and children were
knives and scissors. movies. Mexican composer, were followed by the romantic around the corner. Cars were on the main, side or distant
The prosperity that over 100 Augustin Lara who wrote Ma- movies of the 1930s through not really needed in the earlier streets at any one time. Seldom
cigar factories in Ybor, Pal- drid and is a classic in Spain to the late 40s, as war movies be- years. Groceries were every- were these concerned with
metto Beach and West Tampa this day was extremely popu- came the fad. Those beautiful where. This walking invariably street irregularity. Respect for
provided generally impacted lar. Cuba had many famous low decibel and decent movies provided much opportunity to women, children, elderly all
the entire Latin community, as composers one listened to. fit in beautifully with the Latin meet and communicate with was a given. The strong un-
well as Tampa. By mid-1920 But perhaps Ernesto Lecuona world's propriety. Often the many friends and neighbors. derpinning of Spanish mores
many families had moved to who lived his last years in whole family attended these. The little but rich details reinforced the fabric of daily
La "Michiga" (Michigan, now Tampa is best remembered. Also, the waiting lines at the of the town came into view. A living, though one hardly no-
Columbus Ave.) or to Palmetto His "Siboney,-the Breeze and I" Saturday matinees were seeth- more intimate life was present. ticed these. They were proper
Beach into modern frame (translated) are popular today. ing with youngsters eager to be The town truly bustled in har- and friendly. Likewise Cubans
homes, similar to the construc- All the above, and much more, taken in. mony and closeness. It was a and Italians contributed their
tion in Seminole Heights. The were either heard on the Cuban The enchanting smells of cohesive society that respected somewhat similar traits. Most
wealth of all those new, fresh- radios, listened to in Ybor City the period pastries, roasting the individual differences of blended in beautifully.
ly painted homes increased and West Tampa, r carried in coffee, curing tobacco leaves other ethnic groups, and-most (Continued on e 17)
the owner's pride in the new many local movies, particularly from the factory. Cuban and often admired them. Respect ( iu n page
neighborhood. The merchants at the Centro Espaol's Casino Italian breads pervaded the for one another grew. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
prospered. Newspapers hit the theater. Mothers and fathers atmosphere, and the absence One cannot conclude with- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
streets regularly. The social caried their youngsters to see of concerns for loud noises or ,out alluding to the absence of NyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
clubs operated at capacity these. rowdiness made walking the daily crimes, the safe streets September 29,.2006.at 11:30 a.m., 2007
clubs operated at capacit. W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, a
The hospitals were well-staffed, Hearing Officer, on behalf of the Hills-
with mostly Cuban doctors borough County Public Transportation
Commission, will conduct a Public Hear-
from Havana, but including --" ing on an application for a Limousine
also, some Spanish, Italian Certificate from ROYAL COACH LINES,
and, yes, some key "America-. The Structura gt-auge i er ntoFL) and five (5) Limou-
no" doctors. Serving the entire .......... ......... ........
Latin community were-the two Steel Solutions Lompany (A) Any Certificate holder providing the
large and prestigious Centro -type of service being applied for by the
Espaol and Centro Asturiano Applicant may submit an opinion about the
Espaol and Centro Asturiano pending application in writing.
Hospitals, likely the best in the (B) Any Certificate holder providing the
state at this time, accompanied type of service being applied for by the
Applicant who wishes to present testimony
by several well known clinics r cros-examine witnesses atthe ubli
and cemeteries. The cemeteries hearingmust file a Notice of Appearance/
are still maintained today Intervention with the Commission not later
are still maintaned today. than 12:00 p.m., five business days prior
Theatrical performances to the public hearing. The Notice of
were the rage as artists or Appearance/Intervention shall include the
were te rae as artists r name, address and, telephone number of
troupes from Spain, Italy and the person filing and the name, address
Cuba were common fare. Each and telephone number of any representa-
ethnic group thirsted for cul- tive or awye for tat spe on.
tural enrichment from their (C) Any person .wishing to speak at the
tural enarichment from their public comment portion of the public hear-
ancestral countries, even while ing, other than a person who filed a Notice
of Appearance/lntervention, must enter his
enjoying Hollywood fare at the name on the speaker sign-up list before
Rivoli, Ritz, Broadway, Garden Residential Soluti O s .he public hearing begins. Each person
and Casino teatres. And from sign-up list will be called fo speak for a
and Casino theatres. And from who ICrCl l catin places his name on the speam er
Cuba one tuned in daily to La Sl ns maximum of five minutes. A speaker may
Cadena Suarito and other daily B g SI n n stion ed by the Hearing Officer. No
programs. OUFn PUI HEARINGs it ne Iother than the Hearing Officer shali
programs. question.a speaker
Movie hous'es in the 1930s (D) All testimony shall be taken under oath
were Ihowing many Argentine of affirmation.i
movies. In ber beydays, 2Lib- (E) Strict riles of evidence shall not apply,
movies. In her heydays, ib- bt vidence mus be relevant to the issue
ertad Lamarque was usually and hearsay evidence should be avoided
a sellout. On Mexican movies C L IL T T E Ullwhenever possible.
one saw Cantinflas, Maria (F) The Hearing Officer shall have the
one saw Cantinflas, Maria authority to examine the Applicant with
ni Io T E n c t PbliiicII H(regard to any matter related to theappli-
D n ocation and may request evidence from the
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT applicant to satisfy the Hearing Officer that
TIOF P EARG CELEBR TE LIBOR D ubli convenience andnecessity armet.
NOTIcE OF PUBLI HEARING (G) The Hearing Officer at the public.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on hearing may consider any documents sub-
September 25, 2006 at 9:30 a.m., 2007 mitted in connection with the Applicant
W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, a Frank Sanchez andhearing.
Hearing Officer, on behalf of the Hillsbor- (H) The burden of meeting al require-
ough County Public Transportation Com- on:& ments lies with the Applicant.
mission, will conduct a Public Hearing on .eS.iJent& CEO (I) All costs assooiated with the public



(A) Any Certificate holder providing the 'T pa, FL, 33605 Applicant and each Intervenor(s).
type of service being applied for by the If you have a disability requiring special
Applicant may submit an opinion about the attention or services, contact the Hills-
pending application an in wriing. ( ou(13) 247-7200 borough County Publio Transportation
(B) Any Certificate holder providing the Commission at 272-5814 with a general
type of service being applied for by the (813) 241-6029 fax description of your needs to ensure avail-
Applicant who wishes to present testimony ability of appropriate accommodations.
or cross-examine witnesses at the public 9/1/06 iT
hearing must file a Notice of Appearance/
Intervention with the Commission not later
than 12:00 pm., five business days prior
to the public hearing. The Notice of
Appearance/lntervention shall include the
name, address and telephone number of
the person filing and the name., address
and telephone number of any representa-
tive or lawyer for that person.
(C) Any person wishing to speak at the
public comment portion of the public hear-
ing, other than a person who filed a Notice
of Appearance/Intervention, must enter his
name on the speaker sign-up list before
the public hearing begins. Each person
who places his name on the speaker
sign-up list will be called to speak for a
maximum of five minutes. A speaker may
be questioned by the Hearing Officer. No
one other than the Hearing Officer shall
question a speaker.
(D) AII testimony shall be taken under oath
of affirmation.
(E) Strict rules of evidence shall not apply,
but evidence must be relevant to the issues
and hearsay evidence should be avoided
whenever possible.
(F) The Hearing Officer shall have the
authority to examine the Applicant with
regard to any matter related to the appli-
cation and may request evidence from the
applicant to satisfy the Hearing Officer that
jublic convenience and necessity are met..
'G) The Hearing Officer at the public
learing may consider any documents sub-
nitted in conriection with the Applicant
and hearing.
(H) The burden of meeting all require-
ments lies with the Applicant."
(I) All costs associated with the public
hearing shall be the responsibility of the .
AppliCant in the absence of any interven-
tion by one or more existing certificate
holders. Otherwise, said costs shall be
shared on a pro-rata basis between the
Applicant and each Intervenor(s).
If you have a disablity requiring special
attention or services, contact the Hills-
borough County Public Transportation
Commission at 272-5814 with a general
description of your needs to ensure avail-
ability of appropriate accommodations.
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Y O R 'S O D-- YS the Spanish Civil War (1936 affront of the Depression years
B O RO N A R 1939). Ybor City was a town stiffened the town's backbone.
I1tXY D1Ithat leaned heavilyin favor of The selfesteem of these families
Sthe Loyalists. These were the grew. The lessons experienced
(Continued from page 14) When the Great Depression years became the best years. reflective years, but optimism and learned during these years
The town had a small but hit, some 10,000 cigar workers Certainly these early years prevailed until the loss of the will long be remembered and
adequate grid. It included in Tampa were out of work, a were difficlt but they proved Second Republic in Spain. form the basis of much of the
cuibs, sidewalks and back al- situation that at its worse last- to be my mother and father's It nonetheless increased the examples passed on to children
leys. These had been planned ed approximately four years best years. Self sufficiency had town's cohesiveness, as Ital- and grandchildren of this es-
by Don Gavino Gutierrez, civil and then very slowly began- prevailed. ians and Cubans supported sentially Latin town.
engineer, who laid out the town to improve as a boost in cigar Meanwhile, on the factory the Loyalist forces. Constants in the fabric of
for Don.Vicente. The yards car- production helped the town. steps, many cigar workers Undoubtedly, the 1900s daily life in the Golden years
ried much fruit and other trees Moreover, the self sufficiency regularly donated moneys to the 1950s were the Golden were the everyday factory life.
and flowers that spilled over inherent in the Latinos aothe to help the Loyalists (those Years of Ybor City. Curiously Much of the readings of the
the fences. It projected a close day soon brought back much loyal to the duly elected Sec- enough, the Boon and Great Lector, whose novels they re-
and warm feeling. reason to be thankful. These ond Spanish Republic) dunng Depression years and the cited, were brought home. And
Spanish Civil period, in spite at home. family life was filled
of a few negatives, were on with happiness. Mother's and
balance great unifying. years fathers were dedicated to their
are compleely renovared wifh and memorab.le ones. The children. Employmentwassel-
SGreat Depression years, very dom a question, except for the
all new roo00ms, reslauranfs, negative to the human psyche, early Depression years. Plenty
were soon great promoters of of food was on the table, and
Hotel & gaming and a beauliful lobby. the strong work ethics learned their father's native language
Bloxi, ssin the farms of Spain and Sic- provided little ambiguity. At
ily and the industrial barrios the time it was a dominant
and countryside-of the Cuban languge in their homes. Moth-
homeland. These Depression ers had nearby-groceries where
years increased greatly Latin they could shop, and mobile
unity. The common lore of the vendors where much foods
area and .the assurance that and services as knife sharpen-
Latinos' work and family eth- ing were offered. Schools for
ics would overcome the brash (Continued on page 16)


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i Spy home life one'that had but grew themselves with a
Sprepared them well- for the great love for this land ofours.
BOR S O LD N YEARS American way of life ahead. Many well educated leaders,
woven heavily with Spanish Its children had very high val- professionals, military leaders,
(Continued from page 15) and its internal organization. thread and much Cuban and ues and slowly became highly a governor and others, evolved
children were within walking These included both men and Sicilian tie-ins in between. It educated. They would do well from Ybor City, West Tampa
distances. Exceptions were the women groups. And very im- provided much warmth, and in years ahead. And they would and Palmetto Beach.
two Senior High Schools. The portantly, they established and completed the feelirig of com- remember the exemplary life Indeed, thanks to the ini-
playgrounds were adequate. controlled the club's state-of- munity unity and well being. that their parents had given- tiative- of HT/HCPB Board
And those that needed, played the-art hspitals and cemeter- Ybor City in the Golden Years them. This was the Ybor City member, National Preservation
games on the streets, since ies, entities in themselves. For was a total community, where during the Golden Years. They trustee and past president
Scars were relatively few and the the mature youngsters and cigar factones was the engine, were the years of passion, fam- of the Ybor City Chamber of
speeds were very low. Better married couples, Saturday Spanish was the common ily love, pride and hope. Yes, Commerce, Joan Jennewein,
yet, the ambiance was friendly, night at the dance halls with denominator and the beauti- the period fom 1900 1950 the National Park Service in
safe, familiar and reliable. Law chaperones provided the ful clubhouses and cradle were the bestyearsofourlives, December 1990 bestowed on
and order was a given. necessary weeky outing, while to the grave medical service in spite of all the conflicting Ybor City the very coveted
While a Chamber of Com- the younger ones remained at they -provided was the safety events. Tony Pizzo said so. National Historic Landmark
merce had been founded in home with parents and grand net Latinos had provided. for And this writer could not agree District Award. This, ofcourse,
1931 and other Civic Clubs folks. Picnics, beach going at themselves. Commonness of more. due to the unique and rare at-
were in the making, the main nearby Palmetto Beach, much the workplace, increasing in-. rom all the above there tributes the are's immigrant
activities ofthe town centered park playing and tagging along termarriages, public schools, evolved many happy families, forefathers endowed the town
around the social club houses with father to his caf was parks, movie houses, sharing well possessed of good homes with, the beautiful buildings
those elegant, well equipped sometimes a treat. At home of some social events, Saturday for the period, well schooled and medical support organi-
buildings with everything from the old-timers told stories of night shopping on La Setima, children and parks filled with zatins they introduced all,
theatres, cantinas for the men, their home country- Cuba, and the cafs, fondas and boys and girls playing many here-in the town funded -by
dance halls, meetingrooms, ex- Spain, Sicily. All this relieved large restaurants, where all games, strong love of fam- Don Vicente Martinez Ybor, an
ercise rooms, and more. These any growing pressures while understood each other all the ily and a vision for tomorrow, incomparable industrialist.
provided the strength, attrac- keeping. the fabric of the cul- above and more made for an which included a heavy dose The years 1900 1950 were,
tion and unofficially provided ture intact. increasingly cohesive society of of higher education for many. in fact, the Golden Years of
much leadersbip, through its
much leadership,trouh i faric of lifewas increasing similar values, aspi- This, also included a gradual Ybor City, in spite of the many
large and internal directorship Theearfabc of life was rations and great appreciation increase in intermarriage be- emotional episodes within that
of one another. tween the cultures. period that challenged these
Ybor City was a model com- Most important, perhaps, is Latinos, chief of which were
SWiithout labor munity where living was a the formation of thousands of factory unionism, strikes, fes-
.. II prosprs delightful-experience. It gave future Amencans who appreci- tering military ideologies, the
n in prop youngsters a full and hap- ated greatly.their father's land, Spanish Civil War ad WWII.
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S The first Labor Day holiday ple. of New York and celebrate a
Swas celebrated on Tuesday, "workingmen's holiday" on that
___ ___ r )3 September 5, 1882, in New date. The idea spread with the
York City, in accordance with growth of labor organizations,
"Labor Day differs in every More than 100 years after Local 344 of the International the plans of the Central La- and -in 1885 Labor Day was
essential way from the other the first Labor Day observance, Association of Machinists in bor Unin. The Central Labor celebrated inmany industrial
holidays f the year in any there is still some doubt as to Paterson, N.J., proposed the Union held its second Labor centers of the country.
country," said Samuel Gom- who first proposed the holiday holiday in 1882 while serving Day holiday just a year later, Through the years the na-
pers, founder and longtime for workers. as secretary of the Central La- on September 5, 1883. tion gave increasing emphasis
president of the American Some records show that bor Union in New York. Whatis In 1884 the first Monday in to Labor Day. The first gov-
Federation of Labor. "All other Peter J. McGuire, general sec- clear is that the Central Labor September was selected as the ernmental recognition came
holidays are in a more or less retary of the Brotherhood of Union adopted a Labor Day holiday, as orginally proposed; through municipal ordinances
degree connected with conflicts Carpenters and Joiners and proposal and appointed a com- and the Central Labor Union passed during 1885 and 1886.
and battles of man's prowess a cofounder of the American mittee to plan a demonstration urged similar organizations in From them developed the
over man, of strife and discord Federation"of Labor, was first and picnic. other cities to follow the exam- (Continued on page 19)
for greed and power, of glories in suggesting a day to honor
achieved by one nation over those "who from rude nature
another. Labor Day...is devoted have delved and carved all the
to no man, living or dead, to no grandeur we behold." Ae
sect, race, or nation." But Peter McGuire's place 1 A l er c a
Labor Day, the first Monday in Labor Day history has not
in September, is a creation of gone unchallenged. Many be-
dedicated to the social and machinist, not Peter McGuire, r 1
e lrnoveent ialnds le that atnew rMaGuire W orking Men W om e
economic achievements of founded the holiday. Recent M
American workers. It consti- research seems to support
tutes a yearly national tribute the contention that Matthew
to the contributions workers Maguire, later the secretary of L Dy
have made to the strength, "
prosperity, and well-being of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
our country. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. PROBATE DIVISION-
File No. 06-CP-001886 UITED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUIT' IN RE: ESTATE OF 'B .
IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH NICKEY JOE YOUNG,
COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA Deceased.
FAMILY LAW DIVISION NOTICE TO CRDITORS
CASE NO.: 06 15251 DIVISION: D The administration of the Estate of
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: NICKEY JOE YOUNG, deceased, whose
FERMN MoARRERO RICARDO, date of.death was October 9, 2005, and
FPetitiner, whose Social Security Number is 267-
Aetitioner, 33-3737, is pending in the Circuit Court
and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate
JUANA F. SALGADO, Division, the address of which is Hillsbor- 1.
Respondent. ough County Courthouse, Probate Divi-
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR sion, Post Office Box 1110, Tampa, Florida
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE 33601-1110. The names and addresses
TO:JUANA F SALAO of the Petitioner's attorney are set forth
TO:JUANA F: SALGADO below.
Last Address: Unknown HENRY W. HICKS, ESQUIRE W
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has Florida Bar Number 289833 [
been filed against you and that you are WILLIAM J. PODOLSKY,.III, ESQUIRE
required to serve a copy of your wit- Flid Br Number 0726761
ten defenses, if any, to it on FERMIN e 0 26
MARRER RCARDO, whose addres 3003W Azeele Street, Suite 200
is 1418 Autumn Drive, Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida 33609
33613, on or before October 2, 2006, and (813) 876-3113 FAX: (813) 871-9202
file the original with the clerk of this Court Attorneys for Petifioner
at-800 E. Twiggs Street, Rm. 101, Tam- All creditors of the decedent and other
pa, Florida 33602, before service on the persons having claims or demands against
Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you decedent's estate on whom a copy of
fail to do so, a default may be entered this notice isrequired tobe served must
against you for the relief demanded in the file their claims with this Court WITHIN
Petition. THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
Copies of all. cort documents in this TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF o a ron
case, including orders, are available at the THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
review these documents upon request. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. UNITED
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit All other creditors of the decedent and
Court's office notified of your current ad- other persons having claims or de- C B4 2 4
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad- mands against decedent's estate must
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
address on record at the clerk's office. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN Certificate #102 2 5 3 1
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DATED: August25, 2006 CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR P o L E ducaty i
PAT FRANK MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
CLERK OF ClRCUIT COURT OF DEATH IS BARRED ade E ducation
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Ti ,f k 1 ever, is more a shift in empha- production the world has ever
SI sis and medium of expression. known and has brought us
J \Labor Day addresses by lead- closer to the realization of our
ing union officials, industrial- traditional ideals of economic
(Continued from page 18) vance and celebration of Labor The character of the Labor -ists, educators, clerics and and political democracy. It is
Day should take were outlined Day celebration has under- government officials are given appropriate, therefore, that
movement to secure state in the first proposal of the gone a change in recent years, wide coverage in newspapers, the nation pay tribute on La-
legislation. The first state bill holiday a street parade especially in large industrial radio, and television. bor Day to the creator of so
was introduced into the New to exhibit to the public "the centers where mass displays The vital force of labor added much of the nation's strength,
-York legislature, but the first strength and esprit de corps and huge parades have proved materiallyto the highest stan- treedom, and Ieadership the
to become law was passed of the trade and labor orga- a problem. This change, how- dard of living and the greatest American.worker.
by Oregon on February 21, nizations" of the community,
1887. During the year four followed by a festival for the
more states Colorado, Mas- -recreation and amusement of





and Pennsylvania had fol- later, as more emphasis was i :i!iii:i.
lowed suit; By 1894,- 23 other placed upon the ecoiomic and .
states had adopted the holiday civic signifieance of the holi-

in honor of workers,: and on day. Still later, by a resolution .:- -^sw-r'^ **>*^ jj;
June 28 ofthat year, Congress of the American Federation of
passed an act making the first Labor convention of 1909, the : ::%::':
Monday in September of each Sunday preceding Labor Day I'*." i:l '
year a legal holiday in the was adopted as Labor Sunday -
District of Columbia and the and dedicated to the spiritual mn
territories. and educational aspects of the
The form that the obser- labor movement.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON OCTOBER 12,2006 AT 6:00 P.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR,.
CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE
HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING
PETTION(S):
FILE NO.:. V06-43
PETITION OF JULIO & NOEMIA DELGADO REQUESTING S-2, RESIDENTIAL, AT
5009 E. LINEBAUGH AVENUE.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: -
BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF TRACT 16, TEMPLE TERRACE, "
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT.THEREOF AS .RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK -
25, PAGE 68, IN SECTION 22, TOWSHIP 28 SOUTH RANGE 19 EAST, GO EAST. A R DN. M L
152.5 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE SOUTH 306.06 FEET,
THENCE EAST 153.21 FEET, THENCE NORTH 306 FEET, THENCE WEST 152.5
FEET TO THE POINT OT BEGINNING, ALL LYING AND BEING IN HILLSBOR-
OUGH COUNTY; FLORIDA,
LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST .. a
CORNER OF TRACT 16 IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH, RANGE19 EAST-
OF TEMPLE TERRACE, AS PER MAP OR PLAT THEREOFAS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 25, PAGE 68, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH -
COUNTY, FLORIDA, RUN THENCE EAST ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY
OF SAID TRACT 16, 203.5 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
SOUTH 146.04 FEET, THENCE EAST 102.84 FEET, THENCE NORTH 146
FEET TO THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF TRACT 16, THENCE WEST 102.04 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY
COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETINGT 7
WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, J V Ve
MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL ISTO BE BASED. 716 W Flet Avenue
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND her Av
SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING TaImpa, FL 33612
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD
CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE P: 8 6 -3 Fax 813-9 34
DATE OF THE MEETING. Phone: 813-961-3300 Fax 813-962-0 34
INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING.
SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES 9/1/061T FDIC
CITY CLERK r ww C.centuiry bk.co r
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ----------___
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS -HEREBY GIVEN that on
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that or September 29, 2006 at 10:30 a.m., 2007
September 22, 2006 at 11:30 a.m., 2007 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, a
W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, a Hearing Officer, on behalf of the Hillsbor-
Hearing Officer, on behalf of the Hillsbor- ough County Public Transportation Com-
ough County Public Transportation Com- mission, will conduct a Public Hearing on
mission, will conduct a Public Hearing on an application for a Limousine Certificate Brtghterl-Smiarter ter
an application for a Limousine Certificate from LAKEWOOD RANCH LIMOUSINE,
from AIRPORT LIMO LINK, INC. (Tampa, INC. (Sarasota, FL) and two (2) Limou-" -
FL) and two (2) Limousine Permits. sine Permits. PUlel nlIamrpaS Growdi Since 1931.
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(A) Any Certificate holder providing the (A) Any Certificate holder providing the
type of service being ,applied for by the type of service being applied for by the
Applicant may submit an opinion about the Applicant may submit an opinion about the
Spending application in writing. pnding application in writing.
(B) Any Certificate holder providing the (B) Any Certificate holder- providing the .
type of service being applied for by the type of service being applied for by the
Applicant who wishes to present testimony Applicant who wishes to present testimony i
or cross-examine witnesses at the public or cross-examine witnesses at the public
hearing must file a Notice of Appearance/ hearing mst file a Notice of Appearance/ -
Intervention with the Commission not later Intervention with the Commission not later ,,,l:
than 12:00 p.m., five business days prior than 12:00 p.m., five business days prior
to the public hearing. The Notice of to the public hearing. The Notice of
Appearance/lntervention shall include the Appearanoe/lntervention shall include the
name, address and telephone number of name, address and telephone number of
the person filing and the name, address the person filing and the name, address
and telephone number of any representa- and telephone number of any representa-
tive or lawyer for that person. tive or lawyer for that person.
(C) Any person wishing to speak at the (C) Any person wishing to speak at the
public comment portion of the public hear- public comment portion of the public hear-
ing, other than a person who filed a Notice ing, other than a person who filed a Notice
of Appearance/Intervention, must enter his of Appearance/Intervention, must enter his.
name on the speaker sign-up list before rame on the speaker sign-up list before .
the public hearing begins. Each person the public hearing begins. Each person
who places his name on the speaker who places his name on the speaker
sign-up list will be called to speak for a sign-up list will be called to speak for a
maximum of five minutes. A speaker may maximum of five minutes. A speaker may
be questioned by the HearingOfficer. No be questioned by the Hearing Officer. No
one other than the Hearing Officer shall one other than the Hearing Officer shall
question a speaker: question a speaker.
(D) All testimony shall be taken under oath (D) AIl testimony shall be taken under oath
of affirmation. of affirmation.
(E) Strict rules of evidence shall not apply, (E) Strict rules of evidence shall not apply,
buf avidenca musf be relevanf fo fha issues but evidence mutst be relevant toto thethe issues
and hearsay evidence should be avoided and hearsay evidence should be avoided
whenever possible. whenever possible.
(F) The Hearing Officer shall have the (F) The Hearing Officer shall have the
authority to examine the Applicant with authority to examine the Applicant with
regard to any matter related to the appli- regard to any matter related to the appli-
cation and may request evidence from the cation and may request evidence from the
applicant to satisfy the Hearing Officer that applicant to satisfy the Hearing Officer that
public convenience and necessity are met. Oublic convenience and necessity are met.
(G) The Hearing Officer at the public (G) The Hearing Officer at the public
hearing may consider any documents sub- hearing may consider any documents sub-
mitted il connection with the Applicant mitted in connection with the Applicant
and hearing. and hearing.
(H) The burden of meeting all require- (H) The burden of meeting all require-
ments lies with the Applicant. ments lies with the Applicant.
(I) All costs associated with the public (I) All costs associated with the public
hearing shall be the responsibility of the hearing shall be the responsibility of the
Applicant in the absence of any interven- Appliocant in the absence of any interven-
tion by one or more existing certificate tion by one or more existing certificate
holders. Otherwise, said costs shall be holders. Otherwise, said costs shall be i ~2~ishall be
shared on a pro-rata basis between the shared on a pro-rata basis between the ..
Applicant and each Intervenor(s). Applicant and each Intervenor(s).
If you have a disability requiring special If you have a disability requiring special
attention or services, contact the Hills- attention or services, contact the Hills- TTIE AD A ANT GROUP, [LLC;
borough County Public Transportation borough County Public Transportation
Commission at 272-5814 with a general Commission at 272-5814 with a general 13209, ghU ,pa4r,[rSFt,' L 3360>
description of your needs to ensure avail- description of your needs to ensure avail- (813) 247--4731
ability of appropriate accommodations. ability of appropriate accommodations. ww w.radtintom
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Samuel Gompers was the or trades unionism, which securing wokers' rights and
first and longest-serving presi- restricted union membership welfare. Gompers's faith in
dent of the American Federa- to wage earners and grouped legislative reform was dashed
tion of Labor (AFL); it is to him, workers into locals based on in the 1880s after the New York
as much as to anyone else, that their trade or craft identifica- Supreme Court overturned
the American labor movement tion. This approach contrasted two laws regulating tenement
owes its structure and char- with the effort of many in the production of cigars that he
acteristic strategies. Under his Knights of Labor to organize had helped pass. Gompers
leadership, the AFL became the general, community-based saw that what the state gave,
largest and most influential organizations open to wage it could also take away. But
labor federation in the world. earners a-s well -as others, what workers secured through
It grew from a marginal as- including empioyers. It also their own economic power in:
sociation of 50,000 in 1886 to contrasted sharply with the the marketplace, no one could
an established 6rganization of "one big union" philosophy of take away.
nearly 3 million in 1924 that the industrial Workers of the Third, when political action
had won a permanent place in World. was necessary, as Gompers
American society. In a society Second, Gompers believed increasingly came to believe in
renowned for its individualism in a pure-and-simple union- his later-years, he urged labor
and the power of its employer ism that focused primarily on to follow a course of "political
class, he forged a self-con- economic rather than politi- nonpartisanship." He argued
fident workers' organization cal reform as the best way of (Continued on page 21)
dedicated to the principles of
solidarity and mutual aid. It
was a singular achievement.
Born in 1850 into a Jewish
family in London, Gompers HillsboroughCounty
began making cigars along- DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES
side his father at the age of
10. In 1863, the entire fam- REQUESTSAFOR BIDS
ily immigrated to New York REQUESTSFORBID
City. Settling into a tenement ANDIOR PROPOSALS
apartment on Houston Streetg Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids andlor proposals for
Gompers continued iosling the following, until the stated date and time when they will be
cigars. at home with hisfather ublicly opened.
until he found work in one of P2blicly opened.
the local shops. In 1864, he "SEPTEMBER 21, 2006- 2:00 P.M.
joined Local s15 f the United P-0429-06 (BM) SILOS, PORTABLE CONCRETE
Cigar Makers; two years later,
he maried Sophia Julian with Somrne or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences.
whom he would have 12 chil- Samuel Gompers Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with
dren. At his job and in his lo- 1 G Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following. (1) the
cal union, Gompers socialized from 1875 to 1878 and again American Federation of Labor, Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or
with a group of older migr from 1880 to 1886. He then Gompers was elected its first (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office
socialists and labor reformers served as second vice presi- president, a position he held located at the address listed below.
whom he would always credit dent of the CMIU from 1886 for nearly 40 years.
for his commitment to trade to 1896, when he was elevated As a local and national la- Minority and women owned ftrms wii be afforded a full oppor-
unionism as the essential ve- to first.vice presidency. In the bor leader, Gompers sought tunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to
hicle for bringing about social 1880s, Gompers was also in- to build the labor movement discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin.
reform- strumental in establishing the into a force powerful enough Questions regarding the above projects may be directed:to Hillsbor-
In 1875, Gompers was elect- Federation of Organized Trades to transform the economic, ough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement
ed president of the reorganized and Labor Unions, which he social and political status of Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th FI.,. County Center, Tampa
-Local 144 of the Cigar Makers' served as vice president from America's workers. To do so, Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours.
International Union (CMIU) in 1881 to 1886. When the FOT- he championed three prin- 9/1/06 11
New York City, a post he held LU re-organized in 1886 as the ciples. First, he advocated craft


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tion of President Woodrow Wil- International Labor Legislation
son (1912-1920), when Gomp- at the Versailles Peace Confer-
ers and.the federation enacted ence, where Gompers helped
much of their program and create what would become the
(Continued from page 20) AFL's membership began to seeklegislative relief. The Dan- enjoyed their greatest influ- International Labor Organiza-
that the best way of enhancing soar-faster than in any other bury Hatters' case, he wrote, ence.During World War I, Wil- tion (ILO). Although labor suf-
the political leverage of labor period in the history of.the "threatened the very existence son appointed Gompers to the fered considerable reverses in
was to articulate an indepen- U.S. union movement. But the of organized labor." It was "of Council of Natinal Defense, the 1-920s, with the ar cradminis
dent political agenda, seek anti-union hostility of many paramount importance that re h elped mobze labor ovt r and Wilson's ad inis-
the endorsement of existing employers halted the AFL'S labor unions be specifically support for the war. Gompers tration at an end, the labor
political parties for the agenda rapid growth in the early 1900s removed from the application alson to craft a wartime labor laid the bass forged in this period
and mobilize members to vote and forced Gompers and the of anti-trust law and that in- Wilson to crat a wartime labor laid the basiements for the New Dealghts
for those supporting labor's AFL to adopt a more political junction use be defined and policy that or the first time in endorsements of labor rights
agenda. stance. Employers had long regulated." U.S. hisfory explicitly aiticu- in the 1930s.
With his election as presi- sought to use the nation's new To secure the rights of la- lated government support for
dent of the AFL in 1886, he anti-trust laws as a legal basis bor to organize and engage idependent trade unions and Gompers died in December
sought to build a national for court-issued injunctions in economic action, the AFL collectve barganing Labor 1924 in San Antonio, Texas,
federation of trade unions against strikes and boycotts. and its affiliates launched a union membership soared by where he had been rushed
dedicated to these principles. And in 1906, after nonunion far-reaching and ultimately the e of the war, reaching after falling ill in Mexico City
He immediately threw himself employers sued the hatters' successfu campaign to elect the millions.At the war's whileatteding thesiden t ofaugura-
into the organization's first big union and each individual union members and other end, Wilson appointed Gom- tion of the new president of
effort-a nationwide general member for triple damages in labor-friendly candidates to perstothe Commisionon Mexico.
strike on May 1, 1886- in compensation for the losses political office...
support of an eight-hour work- they had suffered in a union The high pomnt of the.AFL's.
day. boycott, Gompers concluded new, more political strategy GETAWAY Ha
At the erid of the 1890s, the that the movement had to came during the administra- TRAV L Labor Day!
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Tampa Tribune, 8/10/06
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"Emily Peacock is a well-rounded attorney who seems THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, THIRTEENTH JUDCICAL CIRCUIT,
JIN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
capable of commanding the courtroom the first day she takes COa NTY, FLORDA CaOUNT, FLO n:DA
Case No.: 06 15305 Division: F Case No.: 06DR15063 Division:D
the bench....(t)he Times recommends Emily Peacock." oneZAPATA GUTIERREZ, RAROSADO,tiner
and and
-- NICOLAS ALBERTO GUTIERREZ, ALEX. ROSADO,
St. Petersburg Times, 8/19/06 Respondent. Respondent.
NOTCE OF ACTION FOR NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: NICOLAS ALBERTO GUTIERREZ TO: ALEX ROSADO
La Gaceta says "Emily Peacock possesses wisdom and Last Known Address: Unknown Last Known Address: Unknown
Sa YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
dici m S e o d e, as has been filed against you and that you has been filed against you and that you
judicial temperament. She has broad experience, years of are required to serve a copy of your are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on NAIDU written defenses, if any, to it on YADIRA
ervice and a secial w -with pep ." ZAPATA GUTIERREZ, whose address is ROSADO, whose address is 7411 Man-
SSer. Special aywith people." 2728 Midtimes Dr., Tampa, FL 33618, on chester Ln., Tampa, FL 33619, on or
or before October 2, 2006, and file the before October 2, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court at 800 original with the clerk of this Court at-
La Ga et 8/ 8/O E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 (Room 800 E.,TwiggsSt., Room 101, Tampa, FL
La Ga a, 8/1 / 101), before service on Petitioner or im- 33602, before service on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a mediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against you for default may be entered against you for-
the relief demanded inthe petition. the relief demandedin the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at the case, including orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may Clerk of the CircuitlCourt's office. You may
review these documents upon request. review these documents upon request.
[ 11 f wMI You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit ,You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of your current ad- Court's office notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice of Current Ad- dress. (You may file Notice of CurrentAd-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the ad- in this lawsuit will be mailed to the ad-
dress on record at the clerk's office. dress on record at the clerk's office:
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ily Law Rules of Procedure, requires iy Law Rules of Procedure, requires
iru it ort certain automatic disclosure of docu- certain automatic disclosure of docu-
'Ci t Co Ju e ments and information. Failure to comply ments and information. Failure to comply
i 44 can result in sanctions, including dis- can result in sanctions, including dis-
SroUp missal or striking of pleadings. missal or striking of pleadings.
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.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
So rts ee r ton ofor Case Number: 06-2091
: ........ ..... IN RE: ESTATE OF
ac6or isprior to, anc inaepenbent of, capita(. Ccipita is oni9 tiejfrit of (faor, ain cout never fiave existe if ~a6or fino not MARY F. TAGLIARINI,
deceased.
t.fst existeb. a6or is sipyeror to captciCtal, ai eserves muc tii feer consi.rcatiowu Viit cif iter frauts, trabe unions i ve e NOTICE TO CREDITORS
b Conme more for riumanit tfiycan ctfi otlier organztiznaiot f men i tia ever existe. 'ley iaVr ve bone ore orr ecency, for fionestr, The administration of the estate of
=====MARY F. TAGLIARINI, deceased, Case
for; ur eucation, for tfie etterment of tfie roce, for trie eveloping oj ciaracter in men, tfian cin otier assocition of llen. Number 06-2091, is pending in the Circuit
:::::::::::: "Court for Hillsborough County, Florida,
SEvery cavance in tAis fiaf-centuryj -- Socia( $ecurit, civil riilfits, eicre, iai to eatuction; one cfter inotfier cam witi Probate Division, the address of which
tfie support an (eaersiip of American aGor tis oe of frie ct racteristics of afreena enocrctic nation to-iavefree anPat Frank, Cler of the Court, 3360st Office
inapen!ent;ta runionins. names and addresses of the personal
t.n aepen,entf6or inio||i representative and the personal repre-
... Ont a cfool woiu(' tru to erprive worlinq men can woring women of tficir rignit tojoin tfie union of tfieir fioice.5 If capitalism sentative's attorney are set forth below.
i .. :: Al creditors of the decedent and other
isfair tilen unionism must 6e. If men liave a riglit to ciapitcaize tieir ieas ano tile resources of trieir country, tlien flat imip(ies persons having claims or demands
tfie rigit of men to capit-aize tfieir (faGor. In our g(oriousjigfitfoir civil rigits, we must guar against 6eitngfoo(e> 6y alse copy of this notice has been served must
: sfoans, as'rifit-to-worl.' Itprovibes no'ritgfts' in no' wors.' Itspurpose is toestroy (acor unons cnb tfiefree om of THEi LAERmFwith3 MONurt WFTER
Scoffectve to _opn.THE DATE OF THE FRST PUBLICA-
colecnive G6rgaining...' TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
If fyou iar maciin, a iecent saiary in a non-ounion cotnpany, you we tfitt to tie utions. One tfing tiat corporations ao not no AFTER THIME OF SERVICE OF A
... .ovae ...................r in -1 COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
i' s atve out money out of tfie looiness of tfeir Ricar'ts, If ficir wor9lvere sutici a woneulfut tiina, sure(l tele rici wou( ave ii All other creditors of the decedent and

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"l l '*FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

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The date of the first Publication of this
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
e FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION CIVIL ACTION
FFN: 505187 DIVISION: D CASE N0 2006-05672-CA DIVISION K
CASE ID: 04-1121 WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK F/K/A
06-0143 WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK, FA,
IN THE INTEREST OF: Plaintiff,
MALDONADO, BABY BOY (dob: 12/10/04) vs.
MALDONADO, D'ANGELO (dob: 01/29/06). ROBERT P. STEWART, et al,
MINOR CHILDREN. Defendant(s).
o NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT dated August 24, 2006, and entered in
THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI- Case NO. 2006-05672-CA of the Circuit
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINA- Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THESE in and for HILLSBOROUGH County,
CH[LDREN. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON Florida wherein WASHINGTON MUTUAL
THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU BANK F/K/A WASHINGTON MUTUAL
MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A BANK, FA, is the Plaintiff and ROBERT
PARENT TO THE CHILDREN NAMED P. STEWART; WILLIAM STEWART;
IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS STEPHEN J. FOSTER; ASSET ACCEP-
NOTICE. TANCE LLC; CITY OF TAMPA; HILLS-
TO: MAHER SALIM KRIDI (father) BOROUGH COUNTY CLERK OF THE
Residence/Whereabouts Unknown CIRCUIT COURT; STATE OF FLORIDA;
YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE TENANT #1 N/K/A JOHN DOE are the
that a Petition for Termination of Parental Defendants, I will sell to the-highest and
Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court best bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs
of .the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the Street, George Edgecomb Courthouse,
State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough 2nd Floor, Room 201/202, Tampa; Flor-
County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleg- ida 33602, at 2:00 PM, on the 19th day of
pyted ing that the above-named children are September, 2006, the following descibed
Copy righted M aterial dependent childrenand by whch the Pe- property as set forth in said Final
titioner is asking for the termination of pa- Judgment:
rental rights and permanent commitment LOT,11, BLOCK 34, MAP OF CAMP-
of the children to the Department of Child- OBELLO, ACCORDING TO THE MAP
ren and Families for subsequent adoption. OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 29, OF THE
Available from Commercial News Providers are required to appear personaly on the PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOR-
10th day of October, 2006, at 8:30 a.m., OUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
before the Honorable Jack Espinosa, Jr., A/K/A 2605 E 25TH AVENUE, TAM-
at the Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East PA, FL 33605.
Twiggs Street, 4th Floor, Tampa, Florida Any person claiming an interest in the
33602, to show cause, if any, why parental surplus from the sale, if any, other than
rights shall not be terminated and said the property owner as of the date of the
children shall not be permanently commit- Lis Pendens must file a claim within
ted to the Florida Department of Children sixty (60) days after the sale.
and Families for subsequent adoption. If you area personwith a disability who
You are entitled to be represented by an needs any accommodation in order o
attorneyt this proceeding. participate in this proceeding, you are
DATED this 25th day of August, 2006. entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision
PAT FRANK of certain assistance. Please contact the
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Divi-
By: Linda Lepelletier sion, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL
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William Green was the sec- under its first president, Sam- family, Green began work- America (UMWA). He went on
ond long-term president of the uel Gompers) away from the ing as an underground coal to serve as subdistrict presi-
American Federation of Labor, "pure and simple unionism" of miner when he was 16. Three dent of the UMWA in 1900 and
serving from 1924 until his its origins and toward themore years later, he married Jennie president of the Ohio distnct of
death in 1952. An advocate of politically involved "social re- Mobley, with whom he had six the UMWA in 1906.
labor-management coopera- form unionism" characteristic children. Green was elected In 1910, Green campaigned
tion, legislated wage and ben- of mid-century. secretaryofthe Coshocton Pro- successfully for a seat in the
efit protections and industrial Born in Coshocton, Ohio, gressive Miners Union in 1891, Ohio Senate, where he served
unionism, he -continued the in 1873, into an English and which later became a local of as both Senate president pro
federation's evolution (begun Welsh immigrant coal-mining the United Mine Workers of tempore and Democratic floor
leader. He was re-elected to a
second term in 1912. As a state
Ssenator, Green wrote and won
Celebrate labor Day! passage in 1911 of:a model
Workmen's Compensation
From Act. He also secured bills to
limit the hours of women wage.
TAMPA 1- RR IITES A earners, establish a 1 percent
income tax, elect Ohio's U.S.
II senators by popular vote and
0^l hold judicial elections on a William Green
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT nonpartisan basis.
SBURN EMERGENCY CARE NTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF HE Green's successes helped
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT~
G EMERL EN C E IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH ensure his appointment as in-
GENERAL RULES COUNTY, FLORIDA ternational statistician for the
CIVIL ACTION
Carefully but quickly:removevictim from any hea source. Stop buming process-STOP-DROP-ROLL until flames are CASE NO 05009550-CA DIVISION J UMWA in 9 11 and as UMWA
out. Carefully remove all bumed or.smoldering clothing. If stuck to skin, c off loose material. Check breathing-CPR CITIFINANCIALMORTGAE nte ational secretartrea
if necessary. Cool smaller bus with cold water. Remove rings, belts,,shoes, tightlothing and anythig coistrictive COMPANY INC.R :. urerin 1913. He was named
before swelling occurs. Coverbut area with clean sheet. Keepvictim as comfortable as possible.Conserve bodyhet. Plaintiff, t th AFL Executive Council
T THERMALBURNS.. : vs. : in 1914 as the UMWA repre-
Check breathiig-CPR if necessary. Cool smaller bums i codate.over area wi cl sheet or any clean RBERT L AKINSON, : sentativ and became the fed-
linen. Keep victim warm and maintain body temperature. -. .. Defendant(s). se-ndbca hf d-
linen.eep vitd body em NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED eration's secretary-treasurer
CHEMICAL BURNS FOREGLOSURE SALE in 1916. Green served as one
Flush skin iith water for at least 20 rilnutes. Remove allcontamiiatedclothing carefully. Flush eyes with liberal NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN pursuant of five labor delegates to the
amotnts of water. Look for.information on chemical, if identifed, or call poison control oremergency. Cover bum to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure.
area with clean sheet. Keep victm warm and as comfortable as possible. Sale dated August 15, 2006 and en- Paris Peace Conference at the
ELECTRIC.AL BURNS tered in Case NO. 05-009550-CA of the end of World War I. Upon the
"ELECTRICAL BURNS Circuit Court of the THIRTEENTH Judi-
Shut off current,. if possible: Unplug cord at wall. If necessary, and with great care, get victim away from electrical cial Circuit in and for HILLSBOROUGH death of Samuel Gompers in
-source. Use a-piece of dry wood or non-coiductive material. Check pulse and breathing. CPR if necessary. Cover bum County, Florida wherein CITIFINANCIAL 1924, Green was the consen-
area with clean sheet. Keep victim warm. MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC., suschoicfor president of the
Plaintiff and ROBERT L. ATKINSON; sus choice for president of the

IN THE KITCHEN THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE.OF ROBERT AFL, a post he would hold for
Keep pot and pan handles on the stove tuned in. Store all cleansers, cleaners and other chemical fluids out of child's L. ATKINSON N/K/A BRENDA ATKIN- the next28 turbulentyears.
reach and/or ii cabinets with "child-proof' locks. Make sure child is not nearby when carrying hot liquids. Always SON; STATE OF FORIDA; HILLSBOR- ner ren t
check path for possible obstacles on the floor. When young children are pesent, use placemats on tables rather than COMMISSIONERS TENANT #1 N/KA the 1920s shifted its strategy
table doths. Keep cookies and other "goodies" away from the stove.Keep appliance cords away from counteredges (no' KENNETH ATKINSON are the Defend-
hanging cords) and.unpluggedand disconnected when.not in use. Keep fire extinguisher in aconvenient location near ants, I will sell to the highest and best from confrontation to coop-
the exit farthest from the stove. Never douse a flaming pot or pan with water. Use fire extinguisher or smother fire, bidder for cash at 800 E. Twiggs Street, eration. Gompers generally
possiblywith a large lid or cookie sheet.- George Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, hd charted an independent,
IN THE BATHRSOOM. Room 201/202, Tampa, Florida 33602, at
2:00 PM, on the 11th day of September, confrontational course for the
Alwaystest bath water with thermometer and wrist. Water should not be hotter than 120* F, and will be suitable for 2006, the following described property as federation during his years
bathing at 100" to 04 F. Run cold water in tub first and add hot water to warm. Continuously supervise a child in a set forth in said Final Judgment: i i i n s
bathroom. Make sure all chemical and toxic substances are away from child's reach and/lr in "child-proof lock" LOT 14, CRESTRIDGE THIRD ADDI- as its president, despite his
cabinets. TION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR membership in the National
IN THE BEDROOM PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN Civic Federation and his close
PLAT BOOK 40, PAGES 62-1 AND,
If you have smoke detectors you may sleep with bedroom doors open. Keep heat sources, including lamps away from 62-2, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF association with the Wilsnad-
drapes, bed'and other combustible materials. Avoid use of extension cords. Keep all electrical cords frbm dangling. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ministration. Green preferred a
Never, but never smoke in bed. A fire extinguisher is an extra safety precaution. A/K/A 6012 CRESTRIDGE ROAD, more cooperative approach. He
IN THE GARBAGE TAMPA, FL 33634. was at his best when seeking
Flammable liquids should not be kept in the house. Keep painf, thinners and other combustible and flammable liquids Any person claimng an intert in thblic spp t for legislation
and chemicals out of child's reach nd, if possible, in a locked, metal cabinet away from all heat source. Dispose of the roperty owner as of the date of the that would behefit all workers
dirty rags or keep them in a sealed metal can. Store lawn mowersand'all gas-powered machines empty. Store c(arcoal Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty
in a sealed metal container. Make sure unused electrical outlets are covered, and always unplug electrical appliances (60) days after the sale. and hen preaching coop-
not in use. If it is necessary to store gasoline, do so only in approved metal safety cans, recommended. by your fire .If If you area person with a disability eration with employers in the
department. who needs any accommodation in order name of mutual self-interest
to participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision and the common good.
of certain assistance. Please cohtact the Green preache union-man-
Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division,
800 East Twiggs Street. Tampa, FL agement cooperation in the
33602, telephone no. 276-8100, ext. 7252,
within 2 working days of your receipt of (Continued on page 24)
this document; if you are hearng or voice
impaired; call 1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of A
this Court on August 16, 2006.
Pat Frank
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sandra Glennon Il
Deputy Clerk 1 .
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018 ". -" : fUA".EI:4I,
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(Continued from page 23) Green was also a consistent THE YERRID
day-to-day operation of the critic of the federation's reluc- LAWl FI RM
workplace. He also advocated tance to embrace industrial
a reduction in the hours of organization in mass produc-
labor, which he believed would tion and sought ways to rec-
increase the living standards of oncile the competing claims of
workers and create greater op- craft and industrial unionists.
portunities for civic participa- Although not always able to
tion. Finally, Green promoted prevail against the entrenched
a productivity-wage bargain (or craft interests on the AFL Ex-
voluntary incomes policy) be- ecutive Council, he did secure
tween labor and management, the board's support for issuing
tying higher wages for workers "federal union" charters to the
to productivity increases. many workers' groups seeking
Each of these initiatives, to organize on an industrial
he argued, would benefit both basis in the early 1930s. Many
workers and employers-but of these federal locals later led
few were listening in the 1920s. to: new national unions that
Nevertheless, something very would emerge among mass
much like his proposals was production workers in the
embraced by a new generation rubber, electrical, auto andc
of labor and business leaders other industries. When many
as the basis of post-World War of the industrial unions left
II prosper'ity. the AFL to form the CIO, how-
Green was an advocate of ever, Greenriefused to support
legislative action to secure their action, insisting they had
workers' rights and benefits, violated the cardinal principle
and he helped ensure fed- of tradeunion unity by setting
eration support for such leg- themselves up in opposition to
islatio Y in the 1930s. Green's their parent organization.
backing was crucial to winning In 1933, President Franklin
passge of the 1932 Norris-La D. Roosevelt appointed Green
Guardia Act, which .severely to:the Labor Advisory Coun-
limited the- use. of injunctions cil of the National Recovery
in labor disputes and abolished Administration, and he later
so-called "yellow dog con- served on the 1934 National
tracts" that required workers Labor Board, the forerunner
to agree not to join a union of the National Labor Rela-
as a condition of employment. tions Board. During the Korean
That same year, Green gained War, President Harry Truman
federation endorsement for a appointed him to the National
national unemployment insur- Advisory Committee on Mobi-
ance system funded primarily lization.
by employer contributions. He During his later years as
later-helped pass the 1935 AFL president, Green's health
National Labor Relations Act, began to fail and he let more
which strengthened workers' and more of the. day-to-day
rights to organize and bargain responsibility for running the
collectively, and theFair Labor AFL fall on the shoulders of his
Standards Act of 1938, the younger secretary-treasurer,
first federal law establishing George Meany. Green died at
minimum wages and a 40-hour. his home in Coshocton in 1952
week for all workers. after a long illness.









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arrived? How are we to ad- resources, or a legislator who
Labor ay Reflection on I i* ork dress-the reality that over 10 has the difficult responsibility
A Lalbor Day Reflectiration and million people are here with- of trying to reconcile these very
out legal documentation, but, different perspectives in pur-
(Continued from page 1) migration laws. Regrettably, However, immigration raises with few exceptions, leading suit of the common good.
These realities and our in- this disagreement sometimes continuing questions withfnew lives that share our values of My convictions are shaped
adequate immigration system disintegrates into polarization, urgency. Wh is an American? work, family and community? by my own history as a grand-
have led to a necessary, but partisanship and now paraly- Who is our "neighbor?" What How can we starnd with some son of Italian immigrants, and
sadly divisive, debate on how sis. We must get beyond the are the impacts of immigra- American workers who feel left now a bishop and pastor in
our nation should respond. anger and fear, stereotypes and tion on our national economy? behind or pushed aside? How Brooklyn, one of the most di-
Unfrtunately, the debate slogans thattoo often dominate How much istoo much-or not are we to protect our borders verse and vibrant dioceses in
sometimes has not brought this essential discussion. enough-immigration? How against those who would do our Church. I have also served
out the best in us. People of Immigration is not a new are individual workers and us harm? as directorof the U.S. bishops'
good will can and do disagree reality. We are a nation and a families affected-both native We all bring our own per- Office of Migration and Refu-
over how to improve our im- Church built by immigrants. born workers and those newly spectives, biases, even preju- gee Services. I have seen the
dices to this discussion. I daily struggles and dreams
hiope as we approach Labor of immigrants in my diocese
Day, each of us might try to and throughout the country.
see these difficult questions I undrstand their desire,
through the eyes and experi- shared by my grandparents, to
ences of someone very different give their children a better life.
from ourselves: That is why I believe we must
SA father in Mexico who and we can find reasonable
cannot feed his family, or a, and responsible ways to wel-
rancher on the border whose come those seeking a new life
land has become a danger- and opportunity. I believe we
ous path for desperate people, can help newcomers without
threatening their lives and his legal status to come out from
livelihood the shadows and contribute
SA worker without legal more fully to our cmmunities.
status cutting meat r picking When we do this, I believe we
fruit, or a U.S<.worker, with can also increase the.security
little education and few skills, of our nation and the vitality of
searching for a job at a decent our Church.
wage The Catholic Church has
o A farmer or business owner a- long history of involvement
who can't find enough workers, with. immigrants. Our experi-
or a union leader working for ence in working, with immi-
exploited and unrepresented grants throughout the _years
workers compels us to .speak out on the
SA border guard asked to do issue of immigration reform,
Endorsed by an impossible task with limited (Continued onr page 26)
La Gaceta
St. Petersburg Times
PtNe rbui e NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Ta pa Trib e ON OCTOBER 5, 2006 AT 10:00 A.M. IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY
Associated Builders & ContractorsEDY BLV, THIRD FLOOR, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC
SuirHEARING WILL BE HELDBY THE -TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSDER THE
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, Associated Builders & Contractors FOLLOWING PETITION(S) TO VACATE RIGHT(S) OF WAY:
RESOLUTION NO. 2006-1055
FloridaRetail Federation PETITIONER(S): PETITION OF IDLEWILD BAPTIST CHURCH C06-19
Florida Chamber Of Commerce LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Pinel oALL THAT PORTION OF KEYES AVENUE LYING NORTH OF AND ABUTTING TiHE
Pinters NORTH BOUNDARY OF .BLOCK 1, AND LYING SOUTH OF AND ABUTTING THE
SOUTH BOUNDARY OF BLOCK 2, COYNE'S SUBDIVISION, AS MAP OR PLAT
IUPA Florida Law Enforcers THEREOF IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 80,- OF THE PUBLIC
Floria De An RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Florida Dental Hyiene Associatio ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY
SCOUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING
WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE,
MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONYANDEVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
IN ACCORDANCE WlITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND
SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD
CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE
DATE OF THE MEETING.
INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING.
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SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR SALE
For the school property listed below, sealed bids will be
received by The School'Board of Hillsborough County, Florida,
in the Office of the General Manager of Procurement, Third
Floor, Raymond O. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901
E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602, until 3:00 P.M.,
Friday, September 22, 2006. (The mailing address is: P.O. Box
3408, Tampa, Florida 33601-3408). Bids will not be accepted
after 3:00 P.M. on the abave date. Bids will then be opened and
read aloud in the Operations Conference Room, Second Floor,
Raymond O. Shelton School Administrative Center. Bids may
be brought to the Office of the General Manager of Pro-
curement, Raymond O. Shelton School Administrative Center,
901 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Third Floor, Tampa, Florida, or
mailed to P.O. Box 3408, Tampa, Florida 33601-3408, in time
to meet the bid deadline. Bidders are requested to place on the
outside of the envelope: "Sealed Bid for School Property to be
Opened on September 22, 2006."
Each bid must be accompanied by a Certified Check made
payable to The School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida, in
the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the bid price;
minimum bids start at $660,000. No bidder may withdraw
his/her bid until after a period of thirty (30) days following bid
opening.-The School Board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids received.
The following property being sold in its "AS IS" condition with no
contingencies accepted, is as follows:
Gary Adult High School, 3610 East 10th Avenue, Tampa,
Florida 33605. The property is located east of Ybor City, about
two blocks south of Interstate 4. This area has mostly industrial
O_ and residential type uses. This area is also in the vicinity of the
proposed connector between the Crosstown Expressway and
Interstate 4.
A pre-bid site tour will be held at Gary Adult High School on
Wednesday, September 13, 2006 from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
This will be the only site tour scheduled prior to bid opening.
C BA KFor a complete legal description and for any further information
concerning the bid process, prospective bidders may contact
....c.ol.bankc.1 Mmber fDIC the office of the Chief Business Officer at Raymond O. Shelton
.: School Administrative Center (Telephone: 813-272-4270).
M.. anny Alvarez, Jr. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH
Chairman of the Board COUNTY, FLORIDA
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A Labor Day Reflection on Immigratioin and Work

(Continued from page 25) come because they want to movement of goods, services, other countries. People should pathway to earned legalization
a moral issue which impacts live out the values we celebrate money, and people require be able to provide a decent life for the millions of those work-
human rights, human life and this Labor Day-hard work, new- economic norms, ethical for their families in their own ing n our country without legal
human dignity. The Church's providing a decent living for restraints and wise laws to Countries. status. Justice and prtidence
mission in assistingand stand- one's family, contributing to regulate and address their Still, people come from all demand that we treat themn
ing with immigrants flows from the community, a life of dig- moral and human dimen- over the, world seeking oppor- with dignityand find a reason-
our belief that every person is nity and opportunity gained sions. We need to recognize tunity in the United States, able way for their contributions
created in God's image. Indeed, through hard work that growing globalization and many come outside of the and presence to be recognized
in His own life and work, Jesus These are also values of brings with it benefits, lost structures of our im igration within the law.
called upon us to "welcome the our faith. Catholic teaching jobs, falling living standards, laws. While the Chuch does Our Confe s rence has also
stranger," for "what you do for on work insists that hurman and inhumane working condi- not condone law-breaking, come to support a carelly
their presencet here is a real- designed and closelv moni-
the least of my brethren, ou beings share in God's creation .tions A role of the Church, as th pesence ere is e desin and closel p moni-
do unto me." (Mt. cf. 25: 35, through their work In Catho- a universal community of faith it. We know their names and ored temporary worker pro-
40). This is why the Catholic lic social teaching, work is for and an international institu- faces theare in our parishes, gram that ensures workers
community has a broad and the person, not the person for tion, is to raise up the dignity schols and Catholic Charties are not exploited and protects
growing Catholic Campaign work. Work is the ordinary and value of workers. That is agencies. That is why a com- the rights ofboth foreign-born
for Immigration Reform that means by which individuals why the US. bshops support pehenive approachtoim and US. workers. Everyone
we hope will contribute to a support themselves and their policies that will helppeople to gration reform must include a (Continuedon page 27)
constructive debate on immi- fmilies and contribute to the remain in their own countries,
gration. (http://www.justice- common good. Catholic teach- as well as policies to addess
forimmigrants.org) ing supports the right of work- the impact of immigration inm
Immigration touches many ers t decent and fair wages, our own nation. Y.
aspects of national life; but in health care, and time off. This Men and wo omn come to
this Labor Day statement, I is.why our bishops'Conference Amenica because they cannot.
want to focus on those aspects has traditionally supported the find in their own -countries
that toucl on work. The chal- minimum wage and why we the economic, political and
lenge of immigration today is urge, once again, that our lead- social conditions thev need to
not just at the borders, but ers move beyond their current support their familes, live- in '. .
in our labor markets. Right partisan and ideological con- dignity and achieve a decent. KNOW ITEverywoman you know everywomanyoulove iscat sk for breast cancer. Every year thatgoes
now, more than 12% of U.S. flicts to enact a long over due life. The bishops and others
residents: and some 15% of increasein the minimum wage. are working to developand ad- :byincreasesherskk. DO IT Hava mammogram.Ayeary check-up.Amonthlyself-exam. Fndbreascancer
workers were born in another Workers, also have a right to vocate policies on global trade,
-country, up from about 5% organize to protect their rights, international aid and -debt eary wheniscurable. SHARE ITalktoyourmotherYourdaughterYurssrYurfieSendo rd
in 1960. Recent census data to have a voice in the workplace relief that will reduce poverty the : st as canc e Ae
reveals that many newcom- and to be represented by trade and empower the poor, foster
ers are settling in parts of the unions. These basic human long-term economic develop- Y soeyoo Snd th wod
country: that until recently and economic nghts are not in- ment, protect human dignity in Send out e Word.
saw little immigrant activity- validated or relinquished when underdeveloped nations, and F rgl b t caSncet fr I. oc
regions like the South, Upper one crosses a border. includes effective protections 1-800-ACS-2345 Saingle
Midwest, New England and the The increasing international for workers in the U.S. and
Rocky Mountain States. As this
- happens, newcomers can find
themselves linguistically and
culturally isolated. and more
vulnerable to exploitation and
discrimination because of their
legal status and language bar-
riers. And local communities
can feel overwhelmed by the
growing presence of people inTAM PA ERTI
their midst with different lan- TAMPA STE L ERECTING CO
guages and different ways.
The simple fact is many
parts of our nation's economy
have become dependent on
immigrant workers. Agricul-
ture relies heavily on seasonal
workers to pick our crops. Our
fruits and vegetables cannot be
harvested without the back-
.breaking work of farmwork-
ers. Immigrant workers are
increasingly moving from fields
to factories: working in meat
and poultry processing plants,
and large hog and cattle op-
erations. The poultry industry,
increasingly industrialized and
offering some of the highest
riskjobs in the U.S., has a low-
paid workforce that is nearly
half immigrant. Our country's
hotel and restaurant indlus-
tries to a great extent rely on
foreign born workers; they bus
the tables, make the beds and
clean up after us. The fact is
we have come to depend more
and more on international mi-
gration to fill our workfore ...peace is the highest aspiration of the
gration to filu our workforce. 1
Without them our economy
would have huge gaps. -
Our immigration laws have Aer c n p e negte
failed to keep up with the de-
mand for labor, so the need is
the country without legal sanc- f it sacrifice for it, w e never
illd by hase ihoc in Or
tion. Over 80% of those who-
have come here illegally are
working part-time or full-time, surrender for it, now or ever.
contributing to the common -Ronad Reagan Januar, 20, 1381
good of our country through Ronald Reagan January 20, 198!
the work they perform and the
taxes they pay.
1 believe most Amricans
r beievze m need for com- Robert J. Clark Jr., President
recognize the need for com-
prehensive reform of our fun-
damentally flawed U.S. immi- John M. Clark, Vice President
gration system. Some call for
strictly limiting admission to Donna Clark Carter, Secretary/Treasurer
the country as the only way to
protect American workers. It
is true that many newcomers obt J Car S.,
may do difficult work at very Oert. ar, Sr.,
low wages. But according toFouner
a study by the Pew Hispanic
Center, it appears that over-
all increases in immigration
do not result in increases in
unemployment among native 813-677-7184 5127 Bloomingdale Avenue Tampa, Florida 33619
What draws so many to our
country? Many immigrants
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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY A Labor Day Reflection on
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA Im iration and ork
INTERNATIONAL Al RPORT (Continued from page 26) in the least of the brethren we
Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by workingin our country should find Jesus himself, and in Je-
public outcry as provided by law on Saturday, September 9, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. if not claimed by have a safe workplace, wages sus we find God. (para. 15).
uo and employment benefits to Who is our neighbor is not
the rightfulownerthereof. support their families, and the dependent on where they were
Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., located at 11720 US protection of our labor laws, born or what documents they
Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa, Florida. including the right to organize possess.
and have a voice. Free trade The immigraticn debate
THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA unin have long played a thts Lbor Day challengs
bunions have long played ah this Labor Day challenges us
MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sold to the highest bidder: essential and important role to consider again who we are
DATE in protecting workers' dignity as a nation, how our economy
IMP# YEAR MAKE VIN# ABANDONED and..rights. We welcome the treats all workers, how we
10068 1996 Mazda Protg JM1BB1419T0354552 06/29/05 newly announced AFL-CIO welcome the "strangers" among
45049 1988 Toyota Corolla JT2AE92EOJ3010135 11/20/05 partnership with day laborers. us. As Catholics, we should
The labor movement's effort join this discussion and bring
45199 1988 Lincoln Town Car 1LNBM82FOJY620035 12/06/05 to bring order and recognition our belief in the sacredness
451.20 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1J4GZ78Y4VC628781 12/21/05 to street corners inhabited by of human life, the inherent
45132 1993 Plymouth Sundance 1 P3XP24D7PN632297 12/22/05 men, mostly immigrants, seek- dignity of the human person
45125 2001 Honda Civic 1HGEM22921L013058 01/02/06 ing a day's work is an impor- and the value of work. We
45097 1994 Ford Crown Victoria 2FALP74W3RX100632 02/01/06 tant step forward. cannot simply retreat behind
45178 1992 Buick Roadmaster 1G4BT5371NR421648 02/10/06 For the Catholic Church, walls at our borders or in our
45184 1999 Chrysler Concorde 2C3HD46R4XH589228 02/14/06 immigration is not a political hearts and minds. As believers,
45182 1996 Chevy Monte Carlo 2G1WX12X7T9211544 02/14/06 issue, but a fundamental hu- we are called to build bridges
Sman and moral issue. We bring between the native born and
45183 1997 Dodge Intrepid 2B3HD46F6VH727562 02/15/06 to this discussion our faith, newcomer, between legitimate
45187 1993 Chevy Cheyenne 1GCEK14ZOPE217723 02/15/06 our moral principles and our concerns about security and
45133 1989 Eagle International 2E3BB56UOKH216241 02/26/06 long experience. Through the national traditions of welcome,
45149 1995 Mazda Protg JM1BA1419S0136516 03/08/06 decades, immigrants have built from fear and frustration to
46622 1994 Plymouth Sundance 1P3AP28D2RN225118 03/10/06 our communities of faith and hope and action for a better
45176 1993 Ford Explorer 1FMDU34X7PUD08991 03/31/06 they are still bringing new life tomorrow.
45007 1987 -Honda Civic JHMEC2319HS010165 04/04/06 to our church. Immigrants are Today, and years ago when
45181 1994 Chevy Pickup 1GCCS1445R8113466 04/10/06 not numbers for us. They are my grandparents came from
46617 1.992 Ford Taurus 1FACP52UXNA195814 04/24/06 our brothers and sisters; they Italy, immigration is a human
are our "neighbors. story of people yearning for
46662 1989 Oldsmobile Delta 88 1G3HN54C5KW375386 06/07/06 arn hs poerfl encycli- work andp e ng rning for
In his powerful encycli- work and longing for freedom.
The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., reserves the right to cal Deus Caritas Est, Pope Immigrants come seeking to
remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to reject any or all bids. Vehicles will be Benedict XVI reminds us that provide a decent living for their
sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE Jesus calls us to expand who families, dreaming of.a better
PART OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY we see as our neighbor. The lifefortheirchildren, hopingto
AUCTION. INC. Vehicles will be on display from 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. on the day of sale. Holy Father, citing the parable' make a contribution. These are
of.the Good Samaritan, says the deeply held American val-
Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Linda Jetton at 813/870-7855 no later than that "neighbor" can no longer ues we celebrate on Labor Day.
2:00 PM on the Friday, September 8, 2006, or the Tampa Machinery Auction at 813/986-2485 on be limited to the closely-knit The principles of our faith and
Saturday, September 9th, before 9:00 A.M. community of a-single country the traditions of our nation call
Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at or people. This limit is now us to welcome those who share
4812 W. South Avenue, Tampa, Florida, and in the Administrative Office lobby areas on the third abolished. Anyone who needs these values and hopes. They
floor of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Service Building at Tampa International me, and whom I can help, is add vitality and energy, diver-
Airport, 5503 W: Spruce Street, Tampa, Florida. my neighbor. ... 'As you did it sity and hope to our communi-
to one of the least of these my ties and our country. Together,
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY brethren, you did it to me' (Mt we can build a better nation, a
By: Louis E. Miller, Executive Director 8/18-9/1/06 3T 25:40). Love of God and love stronger economy and a more
of neighbor have become one: faithful Church.















UA Local Union 123 proudly provides eleven 0 ;
counties in the Tampa Bay Area with highly !
skilled, qualified, Plumbers, Pipefitters, HVAC & l,
Refrigeration Mechanics. .


We are pleased to announce we will be holding our "
4th Annual UA/MCA Piping Industry Charity
Golf Outing on November 4, 2006. All proceeds
raised will benefit local area charities. Plumbers &
Pipefitters Local Union 123 recognizes the
importance of giving back to the communities
which our members live and work in. If you would .
like to participate in this event or would like more
information please give us a call. %


Interested in. finding out more about Local Union
123's Apprenticeship Program? Are you an Plumbers & Pipefitters Local Union 123
experienced Journeyman Plumber or Pipefitter and Glenn S. McIntosh, Business Manager
ece4923 W. Cypress Street
would like to inquire about joining Local Union T 3367
Tampa, 33607
123? Don't hesitate to call us for more information Phone: (813) 636-0123 Fax: (813)636-0122
at (813) 636-0123. website: wwuw.lul23.com


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