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June 24, 2005


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County

News:


Pinellas County offers
more hurricane evacua-
tion information. Rain
causes delay in Belcher
Road improvements. A
new exhibit at the
Museum of History in
St.Petersburg. See page
3 for these stories and
more.


Sports:

The Rays experienced
the good, the bad and
the ugly this week while
visiting the New York
Yankees. Check page 8.


Recipe:

Nothing helps beat the
heat like ice cream. See
page 8 for a delicious
summertime dessert that
offers an extra treat.


Albert Whitted


Airport 'past the


halfway point' for.


construction plans


By ScOtt Afasano
Staff Writer
Albert Whitted Airport in St.
Petersburg displayed its future plans
to the community on Monday at the
Coliseum. The airport planning and
engineering consultant group known
as the LPA Group Incorporated did
the blueprints for the future of
Albert Whitted. There is a city
council meeting scheduled for July
7 to help gain input on the proposed
plan and also to help determine the
cost.
Back in 2003, the path of the
airport was uncertain and there was
a chance the airport would be
replaced by condominiums. Two
years later, the airport still stands
and there are now plans to renovate
and expand.
"In 2003 we asked people of St.
Petersburg, 'Do you want an air-
port?,'" said Albert Whitted Airport
Manager Rich Lesniak. "The voters
responded and 75 percent said 'yes.'
I feel like the people want a mod-
ernized airport."
On Monday, those voters had a
chance to see the proposed plan.
The layout, which the consultants
developed to meet the airport's
needs in accordance with FAA regu-
latiotsn shows added commercial
hangars (much of the revenue will
come from them), an alternate run-
way and a change in property lines.
The airport's property line currently
runs into parts of the Mahaffey The-
ater. The new design provides for a
more convenient and sensible prop-
erty line.
The new plan also shows a ter-
minal, which Albert Whitted has
never had. The terminal has already
been 'given the green light for con-
struction. The 10,600 square foot
terminal is expected to cost $4 mil-


lion and be completed in May 2006;
The terminal will contain FBO
space (fixed base operator for a ven-
dor of services), pilot lounge, a
restaurant, a conference room and a
passenger waiting area.
"The consultant group used var-
ious analyses to help determine
forecasts for developing facility
requirements for the airport," said
Lesniak.
Those forecasts show a signifi-
cant increase in the amount of air-
port transportation the city will host
in the next 20 years. Lesniak says
that although the forecast is opti-
mistic, it is just a blueprint.
"This is a five percent
(increase) per year scenario," he
said. "Nothing is written in stone."
What is written in stone are
other projects that are currently
underway. The other renovations
and additions include a new air traf-
fic control tower. The tower is
expected to cost $2.2 million and be
completed by 2006. The existing
hangars are being rehabilitated as
well. They will be weatherproofed
and the exteriors will be repaired.
The cost of the hangar rehab project
is projected to cost $740,000.
Another future project .isthe
airfield upgrade, which will feature
a new lighted airfield along with
electrical guidance signage to help
improve the runways. The comple-
tion date for that undertaking is
expected to be come in the fall of
2006.
The helipad relocation matter is
supposed to begin in the near future.
The plan is to move the launching
pad for helicopters farther North,
which will relieve the public park-
ing area along with the University of
South Florida from impeding noise.
All the projects including the
final blueprint for Albert Whitted


Beware: lightning


Photo by'scou A;asano
In 2003, residents of St Petersburg voted to keep Albert Whitted Airport from becoming condominiums. Now, Alpert
Whitted Airport is preparing to make some significant improvements. A new terminal, more hangars and a new tower
are part of the plans. The,airport's renovations and additions should be complete by the year 2010.


SPhoto by.Scott Afasano-

LPA Group incorporated Manager Phil Jufko explains the proposed design of the revamped Albert Whitted airport in-: f
Petersburg at the Coliseum on Monday. Jufko's aviation planning company was hired by the city to help createj,
blueprint for renovations to the 77-year-old airport. The airport held another community meeting on Thursday at the wt
St Petersburg Community Library on 66th Street:
Airport are forecasted to be com- point of the master plan right now," right now (the Mahaffey, Pier, Dia
pletely finished by 2010. said Lesniak. "Much of the sur- renovations). I believe it is all'f
"We are a little past the halfway rounding area is in a state of flux the good of the city.".


can come out of the blue'o


4.


St. Pete Events Page 2
City Clips :' Page 2
Happenings Page .3
Registry of Worship Page 3
Legal Notices Pages 4-6
Clasfleds P; ,'" ;Page "6
Recipe Page 8
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Tampa Bay is considered the
lightning capital of the world. June
20-25 is National Lightning Awareness
Week. In an average year, lightning
kills more people in the United States
than either tornadoes or hurricanes.
By Scott AfPsano
Staff Writer
There is a reason we have a
hockey team named the Lightning
and an Arena Football team named
the Storm. A reason Tropicana Field
was once referred to as the Thunder,
Dome. The reason is that the Tampa
Bay area is the lightning capital of
the world.
STampa holds the nation wide
record for most cloud-to-ground
strikes in a year with 50,000 in
1994. With June 20-25 being
national Lightning Safety Aware-
ness Week, people in the bay area
are reminded to be cautious when
our familiar storms approach. The.
campaign is designed to lower light-
ning death and injury rates and
America's' vulnerability to one of
,nature's deadliest hazards.
"Our biggest months for light-
ning strikes are May and June," said
meteorologist Barry Goldsmith.
"The reason national Lightning
Safety Awareness Week is June 20-
25 is because the rest of the coun-
try's lightning strikes usually start
later.".
Another reason that Lightning


Safety Awareness Week is at the end
of June is to prepare people for
Independence Day.
"Unfortunately a lot of deaths
and injuries take place on The
Fourth of July," said Goldsmith.
"People are outdoors in open areas.
We just want people to remember to
be safe."
Residents of :the bay area are
accustomed to lightning, but some
still take risks when golfing or at the
'beach.
"Most people who live here are
smart enough to not be outside when
it's lightning," said Goldsmith.
"People who are struck usually get
struck right before the storm, or they
think it's safe and come out before
the storm is over and get struck.
This is what we call the early-late
factor."
The old adage goes that when
you see a "flash" of lightning, count
the number of seconds until the
"bang" of the thunder and divide the
number of seconds counted by five.
This will let you know how far away
the lighting is.
A reason many people get
struck, however, is because of a phe-
nomenon known as 'bolt from the
blue,' where timing the lightning
doesn't always work. A 'bolt from
the blue' is where high clouds,
25,000-50,000 feet up that aren't
normally seen, hold ice crystals that
are negatively charged. -The nega-
tively charged clouds meet with the,
positively charged ground creating
lighting that can come from sunny
skies, or...the blue.
Florida averages ten deaths and
30 injuries from lightning each year.
Last year on Florida's Suncoast,
which extends from Lee to Levy
County, lightning accounted for two
fatalities and 13 injuries.


Photo by Scott Atasano
Progress Energy Mass Markets Power Quality Program Manager Alan Swisher gives a demonstration of Progress
Energy's various surge protector products at their building in downtown St. Petersburg. The demonstration showed that
if the products are used when lightning strikes, plugged in appliances have a better chance of being saved,


"Lightning is very dangerous,"
said Goldsmith. "It can do things
that you could never imagine. All
kinds of interesting stuff.".
The temperature of a single
lightning bolt can reach up to 50,000
degrees Fahrenheit, about five times
as hot as the sun's surface. It can
also strike up to 10 miles away from
the storm.
So what can you do to avoid
getting stuck by lightning?
"Get out at the first sound of
thunder," said Goldsmith. "Prepare


to get indoors when black clouds
start to form."
The most likely places to be
struck include open fields such as
golf courses, sports fields and the
beach. If you feel the hair on your
body stand on end, lightning is
about to strike. If you are stuck in
one of these open areas when this
happens, crouch down on the balls
of your feet and put your hands over
your ears. Make yourself as small a
target as possible.
Stay away from tall trees, tow-


ers, or utility polls. Lightning tends
to strike taller objects. Avoid com-
ing in contact with metallic objects.
Lightning can travel long distances
through metal.
When inside during a thunder-
storm, stay away from windows and
avoid running the water. It is also
important to stay off the phone and
computer.
"The main thing is that we want
people to use common sense," said
Goldsmith. "Just don't do anything
stupid."


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06/23 06/25/05 H.M.S. BOUNTY / PITCAIRN CONFERENCE.
The Pier, 800 2nd Ave NE. Dockside Eatery and Dockside Activity Room.
3-day conference, art exhibits and the Pitcairn Market, vendors and sou-
venirs. Focusing on the Mutiny on the Bounty and the people of Pitcairn
Island, descendents of the mutineers. 727-821-6443.
06/24 06/26/05 RAYS vs. FLA. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS
or www.devilrays.com
06/25/05 THIRD ANNUAL ST. PETE PRIDE CELEBRATION
Parade & Street Festival. Grand Central District, Central Ave. between 19th
and 31st Streets; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Street Fest along Central from 24th St. to
27th St. with vendors and entertainment on two stage. 727-365-0544.
06/25/05 CLASSIC AUTO SHOW. The Pier, 800 2nd Ave NE.
Noon to 8 p.m. Benefits the Children's Miracle Network. 727-821-6443.
06/27 06/29-05 RAYS vs. TOR. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-
RAYS or www.devilrays.com
06/2005 REAL ME N COQK TAMPA BAY. Coliseum & The
Pier. Date & details to be announced. National family celebration observed
on Father's Day; started in Chicago in 1989, now celebrated in 12 U.S. mar-
kets, adding St. Petersburg in 2005. Salutes men who work to support their
family, participate in community life, chauffeur their children around, help
with homework and cooking. Real Men Cook honors the entire family, no
Smatter what the configuration. Proceeds to benefit Prostate Cancer Net-
work, Seat Belt Safety
07/01/05 GET DOWN TOWN / First Friday. Street party on Central
Ave. from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.m. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811.
07/02/05 CAMPBELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOC. COM-
MUNITY PRIDE CELEBRATION. Campbell Park / McLin Pool parking
lot, 1201 7th Ave. S. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Educational workshops, swimming,
family center tours and refreshments. Emphasis on family fun, literacy,
neighbors helping neighbors. Free. 727-894-6880.
01/03. 07/10, 07/17, 07/24, 07/31/05 MUSIC FEST ON THE,
WATER. The Pier, 800 2nd Ave. NE. Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. Free, live music
in the courtyard. Classic rock, jazz, country and island sounds. Entertainers
to be announced. 727-821-6443.
07/04/05 FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION. St. Petersburg
Downtown waterfront Straub & Vinoy Parks and The'Pier. Tentative
details: MIX 100.7-and Clear Channel Radio sponsor live entertainment,
family'activities and fireworks. 93.3 FM concerts and family fun at The Pier
start at noon:Mix 100.7 acti cities and music in North Straub Park begin at
5 p m 95.7 The Beat presents music and activities in Vinoy Park. FIRE-
\'ORKS above Spa Beach, scheduled to begin at 9 p.ih. weather permitting.
Norain date. 727-803-7441..
07/09/05 MONTHLY GALLERY WALK. Extended evening hours
iat participating galleries throughout downtown. 5-30 to 9 p.m. See and
acquire some of the area's finest art: meet gallery'oowners and artists:.
Dc.~ nto" n Arts Association. 727-821-6767 or %w ww.stpelearts.com
07/09. 07/10/05 BUCCANEERS CAT FANCIERS 30TH
ANNIVERSARY SHOW. Coliseum. 535 4th A'e. N.10 a.m. to 3 p.in. $6
adults. $5 seniors: S4 children under 12. 727-892-5202 or 522-0936.
S 07/10/05 SHARE THE ROAD RIDE. Starts at North Shore Pool &
Park, 901 North Shore Drive NE. 7 a m. to noon -Organized, escorted
bicycle ride along 10-mile and 20-mile main courses and 6.5-mile family
course to promote cycling throughout the community. Helmets required.
$20 donation. 727-582-1910 or www.sharetheroadride.com
,,... 07/16/05 TALENT SEARCH EXPO. Palladium Theater, 253 5th
Ave. N. 7 to 9:30 p.m. Everyone's Youth United presents its semi-annual
shiuowcase of local south talent, music and art performances. Admission, $10
donation. 727-321-0060.
07/17/05 SECOND ANNUAL REEBOK WOMEN'S TRIATHLON
SERIES. Spa Beach Park, 615 2nd Ave. NE (near The Pier approach). 7
.~n. to 1 p.m. Events for women ages 11 to 75: Sprint Distance (.75k swim,
20k bike, 5k run) for individuals and relay teams; SuperSprint (half
distances); and Reebok MULTI-SPORT EXPERIENCE. Register on Fri.
Jul, 16. $70 entrN fee. Spectators free. Proceeds benefit Ovarian Cancer'
Research Fund and St. Anthony's Health Care. 1-800-509-5525.
S07/22 07/24/05 RAYS vs. BAL. Tropicana Field. 1-888-PAN-RAYS
or w \w.de 'ilravs.com
07123 07/24/05 COOL ART SHOW. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave. N. 10
am'. to 5 p.m. Accomplished artists gather together in a cool atmosphere in
th heat of the summer. A refreshing break from outdoor exhibitions, the
Professional Association of Visual Artists' 17th annual show features fine
artists in painting, jewelry, sculpture ard photography and more. Box
Office: 727-892-5202.
07/25 07/27/05 RAYS vs. IOS. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-
RAYS or www.de ilr:.ys.com
07/28 07/31 RAYS VS. KC. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
07/30/05 FLORIDA FISHING'SCHOOL. Coliseum, 535 4th Ave.
N. 9 a:m. to 4 p.m. Local experts, outdoors writer Terry Tomalin and friends
share tips and secrets on where and when to fish and how to land that big
one. Show case of boating displays. fishing gear arid supplies. $2. 727-892-
5252.
08/05 WARP TOUR '05. Vinoy Park. Basshore Dr. & 7th Ave. N.E.
Jannus Productions presents I th annual touring act featuring the nation's
largest alternative rock bands. $26.50 in advance. 727-896-2276.
08/5/05 GET DOWN TOWN / First Friday Street party on Central
.-Ae. from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.m. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811.
08/06/05 Ci itan Club FISH-A-THON. Lake Jorgenson. 10lh Ave.
N. & 37th St. (behind lain Library) 9 to 11 a.n. 58th angling event for
children age 12 and under. Cane poles. liIe bait and prizes provided. Free;
727-892-5874.
08/06 05/07/05- SUNCOAST'AVIAN SOCIETY 30th EXOTIC
ET AND BIRD SHOW. Coliseiim, 535 4th Ave. N. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Judging of exotic species; 727-892-5202.
08/13 MONTHLY GALLERY WALK Extended evening hours at
participating galleries throughout downtown, 5:30.to 9 p.m. See and acquire
some of the area's finest art; meet gallery owners and artists. Downtown
Arts Association, 727-821-6767 or iww.stpetearts.com *
08/15 08/17 RAYS vs. NYY. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
08/19 08/21 RAYS vs. TEX. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com :
08/22 08/25 RAYS vs. CLE Tropicana Field. i-888-FAN-RAYS or
,vwww.devilrays.com
S08/26 -08/28 RAYS vs. LAA. Tropicana Field. 1-888-FAN-RAYS or
www.devilrays.com
09/02 GET DOWN TOWN/First Friday Street party on Central Ave.
from 2nd to 3rd St. 5:30 to 10 p.m. on First Friday monthly. Free, live
music, band to be announced. 727-871-4811. i
,:- 09/10 MONTHLY GALLERY WALK Extended evening hours at
participating galleries throughout downtown. 5r:30 to 9 p.m. See and acquire
some of the area's finest art; meet gallery owners arid artists. Downtown
Arts Association, 727-821-6767 or www.stpetearts.com


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Clearwater
07/29 07/30/05 The City Players will present "Guys and Dolls" on
Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at 8pm and Sunday, July 31 at 2pm at
the Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road. The musical has been
described as a gorgeous gem of a musical, packed with excitement from
opening to closing with its famous characters, dancing and toe-tapping
music, including "Luck be a Lady," "Adelaid's Lament," and "Sit Down
You're Rocking the Boat." The production has a cast has nearly 100 local
talented performers, Broadway-style sets, full orchestra and fabulous cos-
tumes. Tickets are $20, and will be available after June 29 by calling the
Ruth Eckerd Box office at (727) 791-7400. For group ticket discount sales,
please call Alma at (727) 784-7386. Parking is free.
06/24, 07/08, 07/22/05 Here's a chance to make Friday evenings fun
for the whole family this summer. Learn about sea turtle nesting and find out
how to protect these special animals at a Sea Turtle Interpretive Program at
Sand Key Park. On select Friday nights during the months of June, July and

August, the Pinellas County Park Department will host an interactive class
and guided beach hike discussing the topic of sea turtles. Each session
includes a presentation with information such as what to do if you see a tur-
tie nest and why lights on the beach can be hazardous to baby sea turtles.
The program also includes a walk to the shore to see bird nesting areas and
sea turtle nests. A question-and-answer session follows each presentation.
Programs will take place from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the following Fri-
day nights. The program filled quickly the past two years, so interested cit-
izens should call soon to reserve a spot in this popular program.
Sand Key Park is located at 1060 Gulf Blvd. in Clearwater.
07/29, 07/30, 07/31/05 The City Players will present "Guys and Dolls"
on Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at 8pm and Sunday, July 31.at 2pm
at the Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road.
The musical has been described as a gorgeous gem of a musical, packed
with excitement from opening to closing with its famous characters, danc-
ing and toe-tapping music, including "Luck be a Lady," "Adelaid's Lament,"
and "Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat." The production has a cast has
nearly 100 local talented performers, Broadway-style sets, full orchestra and
fabulous costumes.
Tickets are $20, and will be available after June 29 by calling the Ruth
Eckerd Box office at (727) 791-7400. For group ticket discount sales, please
call Alma at (727) 784-7386; Parking is free.. For more information, call
(727) 531-8026.

Largo
06/24 08/08/05.- Linda Howard: Temples of Light. The Gulf Coast
Museum of Art'svextended exhibition of monumental outdoor sculpture by
,,seasoned artist Linda Howard will enable the frequent, museum visitor an
opportunity to experience the interplay of changing ambient'light with the
elegant forms of Howard's sculptures. Howard's career of creating site-spe-
cific installations spans over 20 years. during which she has been awarded a
large number of public and private commissions. The Gulf Coast Museum
of Art, 12211 Walsingham Road is open Tuesday Saturday, 10:00 4:00
p.m.; Sunday, 12:00 4:00 p.m.; closed Monday. $5.00 adults; $4.00 seniors
(over age 62), $3.00 students; and children (10 and under) and museum
members are free. Saturday 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. are free to the public.
www.gulfcoastmuseum.org. :
06/24 07/31/05 Pinellas County High School Survey 2005 Ajuried
exhibition of work created by high school students from throughout Pinellas
County during the 2004-05 school year. This exhibition is presented in
cooperation, with the office of the Art Curriculum Supervisor for Pinellas
County, and features work submitted by public and private high school stu-
dents in two and three-dimensional media. The juror for this exhibition was
Teresa Winston, artist, master art teacher and department chairperson at
Blake School of the Arts in Tampa.
07/11 and 08/08/05 City of:Largo Athletics staff will introduce your
little athlete to a variety of different sports that focus on skill building, team-
work, and sportsmanship. Each session is four weeks. Sessions begin July
11, and Augusit8.
Classes are open to ages 3-5; Classes will be on Monday from 6:30 -
7:15 pm. The cost for each 4-week session is $20 with a Largo resident
recreation card and $25 with a non-residentrecreation card. For more infor-
mation, please call 518-3022.
07/10-08/14/05 Studioworks Exhibition This annual juried exhibition
presents the work of the Museum's studio class instructors and students. It
is designed to demonstrate the strength of the Museum's teaching program,
offered in partnership' with St. Petersburg College. Media included in the
exhibition are painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media.

Seminole

Ongoing Small businesses in Seminole, Largo and Clearwater area
looking to grow their business are invited to attend a weekly meeting of the
Seminole Chapter of the Ali Lassen's Loads Club. The Club is a national
organization designed to help local business people build their respective
businesses through quality referrals from.other Chapter members. The Semi-
nole Chapter meets each Wednesday morning at the Palace Restaurant, 800
Clearwater-Largo Road, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. For information, contact Lynne
Pfaff, Club President, at 727-559-8900 or e-mail lynnep@tampabay.rr.com.

Tampa
07/23-07/24/05- The All About Kids Back to School Bash announced
Publix Super Markets and Treat Street are the new title sponsors of the annu-
al event. Amazing Events recently purchased the All About Kids Back to
School Bash and with new ownership and title sponsorship; the event is
looking to soar to new heights. All About Kids Back to School Bash is held
July 23-24 at the Tampa Convention Center. Treat Street offers show-goers
the opportunity to sample great products from a large number of brands
offered pt Publix Super Markets for Back to School lunch boxes. Many of


the products and flavors sampled are new on the grocer's shelf and Treat
Street provides attendees the. chance to "try before they buy". Many of the
brands also offer great money saving coupons at our Treat Street Snack Zone
so you can.visit your neighborhood Ptiblix after the show to stock up on the
terrific products you've sampled. Treat Street is one of the busiest and most
popular attractions at the All About Kids Back to School Bash.
10/02/05 01/08/06 The Tampa Museum of Art will launch its 26th
season with stunning masterpieces from the American Modernist Move-
ment. The exhibition, Georgia O'Keeffe. and Her Time: Moder Masters
from the Lane Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston offers over 40
works by several of the most influential American painters of the twentieth
century. The selected masterpieces for this exhibition date to the American
Modernist movement (about 1900-1930).


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Progress cargo



craft's arrival a



station highlight
Crewmembers say they can smell the fresh foods aboard a Progress,
things like apples taken for granted on Earth, shortly after the unpiloted
cargo craft docks with the International Space Station.
A Progress arrival is an occasion, not only because of the treats for the
crew but also because of the valuable and necessary equipment and supplies
it brings to the Station.
The ISS Progress 18 spacecraft is no exception. It lifted off June 16
from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and docked at 8:42 p.m.
June 18. Among its 4,662 pounds of cargo is 397 pounds of propellant, 242
pounds of oxygen and 926 pounds of water.
Also aboard is a camera to be used to photograph thermal protection
tiles of Discovery as the orbiter approaches the Station on the Space Shut-
tle's Return to Flight mission, STS-114. It is a replacement for a similar cam-
era found to be not working after it was sent to the Station aboard ISS
Progress 17, which docked to the orbiting laboratory March 2.
Discovery is scheduled to launch no earlier than July 13.
Also aboard ISS Progress 18 is about 3,100 pounds of dry cargo, includ-'
ing food, other equipment and supplies and experiment hardware. Among
that dry cargo are spare parts for the Russian Elektron oxygen generation
system, which has been out of operation for several weeks. Additional Solid
Fuel Oxygen Generators (SFOGs) or "candles," each of which can provide
enough oxygen for one crewmember for one day, also are among cargo
items.
The Progress is similarin appearance and some design elements to the
Soyuz spacecraft, which brings three crewmembers to the Station, serves as
a lifeboat while they are there and returns them to Earth. The aft module --
the instrumentation and propulsion module -- is nearly identical.
But the second of the three Progress sections is a refueling module, and
the third, uppermost as the Progress sits on the launch pad, is a cargo mod-
ule. On the Soyuz, the descent module, where the crew is seated on launch
and which returns them to Earth, is the middle module and the third is called
the orbital module.
The undocking of the previous Progress cargo ship begins the sequence
of events replacing the old cargo craft with the new. The Progress craft being
replaced is typically undocked the day before launch of the new cargo cap-
sule, and later commanded to deorbit by Russian flight controllers, clearing.
the aft port of Zvezda for the new Progress. Filled with trash and discarded
items, the departing Progress bums up in the Earth's atmosphere soon after-
ward.


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Pinellas County provides
residents more detailed hurricane
evacuation information
A more precise method of determining resi-
dents' hurricane evacuation levels is now in use
by Pinellas County Emergency Management. The
changes to the new system went into effect during
the week of June 13 and are reflected in hurricane
evacuation information available on the majority
of Pinellas County Utilities bills as well as on the
Pinellas County Property Appraiser's databases.
The changes to the evacuation levels
occurred after the 2005 Hurricane Guides were
distributed to the community, making the maps in
circulation outdated. The new mapping capabili-
ties identified a change in evacuation zones for 26
percent of parcels in Pinellas County for a total of
107,239 parcels. Of those, 16 percent changed to
a lower evacuation level and 10 percent moved to
higher levels. The new maps are more convenient
for mobile home residents, because their parcels
are identified in purple as A zones to remind them
that they should always evacuate.
The new mapping capabilities are able to tie
storm surge information to actual land parcel
data, making the new system more accurate than
the previous system. The Atlantic hurricane sea-
son began on June 1 and guides were distributed
via newspapers and other outlets at that time.
Pinellas County Emergency Management is now
preparing to get the updated information out to
the public before July and August, the more active
portion of the hurricane season for the Tampa Bay
area.
The basic storm surge model information
didn't change," said Gary Vickers, director of
Pinellas County Emergency Management. "The
changes in the zones are a result of a more precise
way to identify how parcels are affected by storm
surge. When storm surge touches a parcel, that
parcel inherits the level of evacuation required for
that surge."
Vickers said that another change in process-
ing was to designate any parcel an A zone if it
would become isolated by water as a result of
storm surge like an island regardless of the
parcel's elevation.
Pinellas County identified the new capability
of determining more detailed evacuation informa-
tion while preparing better ways to notify citizens
of the evacuation levels on bills from Utilities and
on TRIM notices from the Property Appraiser's
office. By'finding new ways to align data, Emer-
gency Management was able to correct what had
formerly been a 10 percent error rate in previous
evacuation zone mapping.: '
Residents are urged to check their evacuation
levels"as soon as po'stbl~ e to determine if their
homes are affected. Go to
www.pinellascounty.org for a link to a text ver-
sion of the evacuation lookup system or call
Emergency Management at (727) 464-3800. An
interactive voice response line, (727) 453-3150,
will provide evacuation information based on the
caller's home phone number by July 1.
A mailing to notify all citizens whose evacu-
ation levels have changed will be going out'this
month.
Pinellas County expands mobile
medical care to uninsured
citizens
Beginning next month Pinellas County's
uninsured residents will have greater access to
medial care. An additional team of medical per-
sonnel and social workers will make evening and
weekend rounds on the county's Mobile Medical
Unit to neighborhood 'centers and other sites.
Physicals and health screenings are among the


services being offered to adults and children who
have no private medical insurance and are not eli-
gible for Medicaid, Medicare or medical benefits
through the Veterans Administration.
A partnership between the Pinellas County
Human Services Department and the Pinellas
County Health Department makes the expanded
service possible. The Human Services Depart-
ment operates the Mobile Medical Unit and pro-
vides social workers to staff the unit and the
Health Department provides the medical person-
nel.
Since 1988, the Pinellas County Human Ser-
vices Department has provided primary medical
care and other related services aboard the Mobile
Medical Unit to homeless residents several days a
week. The addition of evening and weekend
shifts to provide services to the uninsured will
allow the mobile unit to be more fully used while
providing much needed medical care to the coun-
ty's underserved residents.
Heavy rains extend Belcher Road
closure for railroad improvements
until early JMly
An upgrade of a CSX railroad crossing that
has closed a section .of Belcher Road to traffic
since June 2 will continue until early July. The
road is closed only at the crossing site, immedi-
ately adjacent to the city of Clearwater's Long
Center. Access to homes and businesses in the
area will continue for local residents.
CSX representatives had expected work to be
completed and the road reopened in 21 days, but.
unforeseen events and frequent, heavy rains have
delayed the project. Completion is expected dur-
ing the first week of July.
On-site signs are being updated with the
extended closure period. Variable message signs
were in place several weeks before the closure
took effect. The signs continue to provide
motorists with ample detour information. Her-
cules Road is the main detour route for motorists.
While the construction is an inconvenience
for travelers during the closure, the project will
dramatically improve the roadway for many-years
to come.
CSX Railroad is replacing track and improv-
ing the crossing to better withstand the high vol-
ume of traffic. The Pinellas County Public Works
Department is improving the roadbed and upgrad-
ing sidewalks and drainage in the area.
It's Bedtime in St. Pete
The St. Petersburg Museum of History will
open,.a ew exhibit on July 9,,,2005. Bedti e in
St..Pete will feature historical items from the
Museum's collectiothat cQrltains many fascinat-
ing and many beautiful quilts, bedroom furniture,
doll cradles, teddy bears, bed warmers and other
items dating back to the late 1800s. Also on dis-
play will be William Howard Taft's pajamas, tai-
lored to fit this 340 lb. U.S. President!
Museum admission is $7 adults,' $5 -
seniors and college students, $3 ages 7-17, and
free for children 6 and under. Hours are Mon.
noon 7pm, Tues. Sat. 10 am 5 pm and Sun.
noon 5pm. The St. Petersburg Museum of His-
tory is located at 335 Second Avenue NE on the
Pier approach. Call 727-894-1052 for more
information..


that following some simple rules can help them
stay safe in the water:
Always swim in groups, as sharks are more
likely to attack a solitary individual.
Swim close enough to shore to get ready
access to assistance if needed.
Avoid being in the water during darkness or
twilight hours when sharks are most active and
have a competitive sensory advantage.
Do not enter the water if bleeding from an
open wound or if menstruating as sharks have
keen olfactory systems and are attracted by tie
smell of blood.
Avoid wearing shiny jewelry or bathing
attire in the water that can reflect light resembling
the sheen of fish scales. Uneven or blotchy tan
lines can also mimic the coloring of a fish.
SRefrain from excess splashing and do not
allow pets in the water because of their erratic
movements.
SExercise caution when occupying the area
between sandbars or near steep drop-offs that
may be favorite hangouts for sharks.
Avoid swimming in murky waters where
visibility is limited to both humans and sharks.
Rising surf temperatures in summer draw
sharks closer to shore, as they hunt large sport
fish such as Spanish mackerel and tarpon. But
this doesn't indicate that humans are in inherent
danger.
"People have to put a lot of effort into gettilig
attacked by a shark," says Florida Aquarium
shark biologist Eric Hovland, "because sharks are
very good at identifying their favorite food which
is fish, not people." He explains that humans bit-
ten by sharks are usually the victims of mistaken
identity. When the shark realizes it doesn't have a
fish, it usually lets go and swims away.
A new look for longterm Midtown
furniture store
On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. S. is a fur-
niture store that has served and witnessed more
than three decades of transformation in the Mid-
town neighborhood of St. Petersburg
On Thursday, June 30, the community was
invited to join the mayor and members of city
council at the .Badcock Furniture store (future
name Badcock Home Furniture & More), 2200
Dr. M. L. King Jr. St. S., to celebrate the new
ownership, management and offerings of the
south St. Petersburg landmark.
Richard Berthelot, a retired St. Petersburg
Community Police Officer, acquired the furniture
store, and received -assistance from the city's
Business Assistance Center for the transition. Hes
the first African Amei aic (originally from Haiti)
to own the store, which has served St. Petersburg
communities for generations. ,
Mr. Berthelot understands the historic role
this store has played in our 'community," s~id
Deputy Mayor.Goliath Davis III, "and shares with
us the same bright optimism for the future of this
business district. The Badcock store is a critical
component of the Midtown Business Corridoi
Program," he.said. .
Mr. Berthelot said his new ownership and
management of the store will place a premium
.value on customer service, and will include- a
product line of more than 4,000 items throughout
the 17,000 square foot showroom.


Beachgoers advised to respect,
not fear sharks
Each summer, the number of shark sightings
around Clearwater Beach and the level of concern
over these sightings increase. While unprovoked
shark attacks are very rare, and an average of only
10 deaths are reported from shark attacks world-
wide each year, Clearwater reminds beachgoers


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NNUIL.ET Ii) LnO.cDIIvt3 nrUIL i su ..iwnvIuJS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION
UCN# 522005CP003915XXESXX UCN: 522005CP004206XXESXX
REF# 05-3915-ES-3 REF: 05-4206ES3
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT S. DASO.
Deceased.
WILLIAM C. PARKER, The administration of the estate
a/k/a WILLIAM CAREY PARKER of ROBERT S. DASO, deceased,
Deceased. whose date of death was April 17,
2005; REF: 05-4206ES3; is pend-
The administration of the ing in the Circuit Court for Pinellas
estate of WILLIAM C. PARKER County, Florida, Probate Division,
a/k/a WILLIAM CAREY PARK- the address of which is 315 Court
ER, deceased, File Number 05- Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. The
3915-ES3, is pending in the Circuit names and addresses of the person-
Court for Pinellas County, Florida, al representative and the personal
Probate Division, the address of representative's attorney are set
which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa- forth below.
ter, Florida 33756. The names and All creditors of the decedent and
addresses of the personal represen- other persons having claims or
tative and the personal representa- demands against decedent's estate,
tive's attorney are set forth below, on whom a copy of this notice has
All creditors of the decedent been served, must file their claims
and other persons having claims or with this court WITHIN THE
demands against decedent's estate, LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
including unmatured, contingent or THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
unliquidated claims, on whom a LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
copy of this notice is served must 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
file their claims with this court SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 NOTICE ON THEM.
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF All other creditors of the dece-
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF dent and other persons having
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS claims or demands against dece-
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE dent's estate must file their claims
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE with this court WITHIN 3
ON THEM. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
All other creditors of the THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
decedent and other persons having THIS NOTICE.
claims or demands against dece- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
dent's estate, including unmatured, WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
contingent or unliquidated claims, NOTWITHSTANDING THE
must file their claims with this court TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
nlrvFlTIFiC T TPUBLICA .TA ) An D DMOR


NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE COUNTY COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Notice is hereby given that the Housing Finance Authority of Pinellas IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFTHE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PINELAS COUNTY FLORIDA County. Florida (the "Authority") will hold and conduct its regular PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN AND FOR PINELLAS IN AND FOR CIVIL DIVISION monthly meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the eighth floor of the Bank of Ameri- PROBATE DIVISION
COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS (OUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA Case No. 05-873C'I-007 ca Building, Housing Finance Authority Conference Room. 600 Cleve- UCN: 522005CP003755XXESXX
Case No. 05-5368-FD17 CASE NO. 05-1264-CO-40 UCN: 522005CA000873XXCICI land Street, Suite 800, Clearwater. Florida on the following dates: File No. 05-3755-ES
522005DR005368XXFDFD INRE: ESTATEOF
REEF RESORT AMSCOT CORPORATION, October 4,2005 IN RE: ESTATE OF
S T MARRIAGEOF CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, November 1,2005 ROBERT M. MIRAGLIA
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: INC. a Florida not-for-profit December 6,2005 Deceased.
corporation, s. January 3, 2006 The administration of the
JOHN ROBERTLANERI, Plaintiff, February 7, 2006 estate of Robert M. Miraglia,
Petitioner/Husband vs.SOUTHEAST AIRLINES INC., March 7, 2006 deceased, whose date of death was
s. ELENA A. AXIBAL, RICHARD A. Defendant. April 4,2006 March 9, 2005, and whose Social
ARBOGAST, KAREN 1. ARBOGAST, May 2, 2006 Security Number is 097-36-4914;
SUZILANERI, and PATRICIA A.DAVIS TO: SoutheastAirlines Inc. June 6,2006 Reference Number 05-3755-ES-
SU RespondentLANWifeE Defendants. 12600 S. Belcher Rd., July 11, 2006 004, is pending in the Circuit Court
Respondent/Wife. Suite 104 September 12, 2006 for Pinellas County, Florida, Pro-
TO TO: Patricia A. Davis argo, Florida 33773 bate Division, the address of which
TO: SUZILANERI 1707 Brakefield Dairy Road In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons need- is 315 Court Street, Clearwater,.
1954 Bayou rne Blvd. NE Jasper, AL 35503-3833 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ing a special accommodation to participate in any of the scheduled meet- Florida 33756. The names and
action for the collection and ings should contact the individual or agency publishing this notice no addresses of the personal represen-
S AD OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint to foreclose a enforcement of twenty-four (24) later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given in this tative and the personal representa-
actiOU ARE NP O D that' an Claim of Lien on the following real property in Pinellas County, Florida: dishonored checks has been filed notice. Telephone: 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via tive's attorney are set forth below.
action for Petition for Dissolution of n a y d y e r *o i ce. All creditors of the decedent
Marriage has been filed and you're Unit 305, UnitWeek 34 together with an undivided share in the gast a you required to Florida Relay Service. d other persons having claims or
required to serve a copy of your common elements appurtenant thereto in accordance with and defenses ifany to it on Wm. Gene RODNEY S. FISCHER, CHAIRMAN demands against decedent's estate,
ttne lan oen tt subject to the easements, restrictions, conditions, covenants a Col the Plaintiffs attorney, whose HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY OF on whom a copy of this notice is
attorney, Alan S. Rosenthass is, other proBEACHvisions of the Declaration of Condominium of CORAL address is Amscot Corporation, 600 PINELLAS COUNTY required to be served must file their
Esquire, whose address is, 4705 REEF BEACH RESORT, a Condominium, as recorded in O.R N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 1200, June 7, 2005 claims with this court WITHIN
Central Avenue St. Petersburg, Book 5460, page 671, et.,seq., and as set forth in the Condomini- emp Flrida 33609-1117 on or 15007 Jun 17, 24, 2005 061707 THE LATER OF THREE (3)
Florida 33713 on or before JULY um Plat Book 66, pages 27, through 39, inclusive, Public Records eore JULY 15, 2005 and file the MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
15, 2005, and file the original with of Pinellas County Florida and as the same may be amended from ogina with the Clerk of this Court THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
the clerk of this court either before time to time. orinal icn THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
service on Petitioner's attomey or ithe before service on NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DAYS TER THE DATE OF
immediately thereafter, otherwise aa P s, have been filed again Plaintiff's attomey or immediately DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
default will be entered against y you ae ruid to a copy of your wrie eene a ny, to it on thereafter otherwise, adefaultwill You will please take notice that the Board of County commissioners SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
for the relief demanded in the THERESA DEEB ESQUIRE, Plaiof ntiffs attorney, whose a t is be entered against you for the relief of Pinellas County at its regular meeting of June 7, 2005, in the County All other creditors of the
petitiion. demanded in thCommission Assembly om, Ponellas inty Cou use, Cleater, All other creditors of the
S5999Central Avenue Suite 202, St. Petersburg, FL 33710, within thirty Dated n UNE 00 Commission Assembly Room, Pinlas County Courthouse, Clearwater decedent and other persons having
WITNESS my hand and seal of ( te te it publication of this Notice and file the original Dte on J 9Florida adopted a resolution vacating the following legally described claims or demands against the dece-
WTINESS (30) days after the first publication of this Notice and file the original
this Court on JUNE 9, 2005. with the Clerk of the Court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or KenBurke rty as petitioned by Peter C. Kauser, ilen A. Kauser, Julian Restate must file their claims
iKURK immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you As Clerk of the Circuit Court Mawhinney, Margaret Mawhinney and Lake Chautauqua, Inc., re the fol- with this court WITHIN THREE
KEN BURKEt for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition. 315 COURT STREET lowing: (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE,
Clerk Cicuit Court WITNESS Clerk of the Circuit Court, and the seal of said Court, at CLEARWATER, 33756 OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
315 Court Street Room 170 the Courthouse at Clerk of the Circuit Cou and the seal of said Court, t CLEARWA FL 337 Portions of Fourth Avenue North. Third Avenue North and Lake OF THIS NOTICE.
Clearwater, Florida 33756 the Courthouse at Clearwater, Pinellas County. Florida. By: /s/RHONDA DTITY Shore Dive in Unit Number N Section A, Chautauqua on the
Clerwater, Florida 33756 By:Shore Drive in Unit Number I Section A, Chautauqua on the ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
By: s/RHONDA DI'TY As Deputy Clerk Lake Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 9; Page 52, of the Pub- FILED WILL BE FOREVER
D T C Date: JUNE 9,2005 NA061705 Jun 17,24, FILED' WLLB FOREVER
DEPUTY CLERK Date: JUNE 9, 2005 NA061705 Ju 18.2005 061705 lic Records of Pinellas County, Florida. BARRED.
11625 Jun 17, 24 Ken Burke NOTWITHSTANDING
Jul 1, 8. 2005 061706 Clerk of the Circuit Court KEN BURKE, CLERK TO THE TIME PERIODS SET
Sixth Judicial Circuit THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
By /sTERRI McLANE By: Linda R. Reed, Deputy Clerk FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
BY: Deputy Cerk 15004 Jun 17.24.2005 061709 FILED TWO (2) THE DECE-
1-722 MORE_ AFTER _THE DECE-


ufti.c \r inrrl4Ji rui,9^- r* w i L v ,jo uz 0uv 6 Jun 17, 24. 2005 UOl/0 J DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
TION OF THIS NOTICE. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4)N Jun 24, ,CREDI BARREDAT
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS BARRED.
FILED WILL BE FOREVER The date of the first publication PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR The date of thefirst public
BARRED. of this notice is: June 17, 2005. SIXTH CIRCUIT, PROBATE NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA tion of this Notice is June 24, 2005.
The date of first publication D I SION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PROBATE DIVISION
of this Notice is June 17,2005 LULAGERTRUDEDASO UCN: 52200CP 2818XXESXX OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PNELLAS COUNTY CaseNo. 0-3862-ES-4 Personal Representative:
Personal Representative RE : 01-2818ES3 CASE NO. 05615-CI-19 IN R: ESTATE OF Margaret A. Miraglia
Personal Representatives: 5 Keystone Drive North IN RE: ESTATE OF DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL MADONNA GALINIS.PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEo r
BERNICE C. MUENCH Clearwater, FL 33755 Alfred S. Burke, TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OF Deceased. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Largo, lorida 33773
28445 HICKORY HILL ROAD Deceased. AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE The administration of the CITY OF PINELLAS PARK FLORIDA
BROOKSVILLE, FL 34602 William Rambaum The administration of the SECURITIES INC., ASSET BACKED estate of MADONNA B. GALIN- QUASI-JUDICIAL Attorney for
352-7961802 Attorney for estate of Alfred S. Burke, deceased, PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, IS. deceased. whose date of death .Personal Representative:
Attoeyfor PersonaRepresentative whose dateof death ws january SERIES 2004-R3 UNDER THE as April 13. 2005. File No.05- The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Pinellas Park James E. Johnson ,
Personal Reresentative FB029768 10 2000; UCN: 522001CP POOLNGAND SERVICING 3862-ES4. is pending in the Cir- will hold a Quasi-Judicial Public Hearingin City Council Chambers, City FloridaBarNo. 0061621
KENNETHA. SUNNE Esq. SPN00220429 002818XXESXX/REF#:0-2818. OR cut Court for Pnellas County, Hall,5141 78th Avenue North at7:00 p.m.on July 7, 2005. At this meet- BrianE. Johnson, A
KENNETH A. SUNNE, Esq. SPN 00220429 002818XXESXX / ^ 0 ^ 1.2004 W^OUT RECOURSE 0 ,E ter
Sunne & Locke, P.A. William Rambaum & Assoc., PA. ES3 is pending in the Circuit Court Plaintiff, Florida. Probate Division, the ing the Planning and Zoning Commission will entertain all public cpm- 7190 Seminole Boulevard
1151 N.E. Cleveland Street 28960 U.S. Highway 19 N., for Pinellas County, Florida, Pro- vs. address of which is 315 Court ment regarding any item on their agenda. Seminole, Florida 33772
Clearwater, Florida 33755 Suite 100 bate Division; the address of which Street, Clearwater, Florida. The' All case files ae available for review at the Technical Services Build- Telephone: (727) 391-9756
727461-3100 Clearwater, FL33761 is 315 Court Street, Clearwater, NADIACOLLINS, etal., names and addresses of the person- ing, 6051 78th Avenue North, in theZoning Division. 10570 Jui 24, ul 1.2005 062401
SSPN 00002942/FBN 079400 Telephone: (727) 781-5357 Florida, 33756. The names and Defendants. al representative and the personal
13570 June 17.2,005 061703 Facsimile: (727)781-1387 address of the personal nprsen- T native's attorney are set I.CASE NO.: PU D2005-5/Z 2005-6BOA 2005-30 (Quasi- NOTICE T CREDIORS
11720 June 17.,24.2005 061710 native and the personal represents- pursuant i dgnt of Fore- forth below Judicial) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
tive's attorney are set forthbelow. closure dated June 8,2005, and entered in Case No. 0615-C-19,o the All creditors of the decedent REQUEST Consideraon of a request to rene from RE PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA
AMENe'saETeyarsetot o iuit Court of the Sixth udiciaCircuit in and for Pinllas County, REQUEST .c Consde on ofareqstoSrenefromRE
AMENDED NOTICE TO All creditors of the decedent Florida. wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY and other persons having claims or Residential Estates to "R-2" Single-family Res- PROBATE DIVISION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS CREDITORS and other persons having claims or AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SECURITIES INC., demands against decedents estate deal. or a zoning classification of lesser inten- UCN#522005CP003438XXESXX
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR demands against decedent's estate ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004- on whom a copy of this notice is sty as identified in Chapter 18. Land Develop- REF#: 05-3438-ES 003
PiMNLLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA on whom a copy of this notice has R3 UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED served must file their claims with ment Code of the City Code of Ordinances and INRE: ESTATE OF
PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION been seed must file their claims AS OF APRIL 2004, WITHOUT RECOURSE, is a Plaintiff and this cou -WITHIN THE LATER Preliminary Master Plan approval for a proposed KATHARYN B. FLYNN
UCN: 522005CP004031XXESXX ile No. 05-2001ES with this court WITHIN THE NADIACOLLINSDANIELW. COLLINS;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOF OF 3 MONTHS AFTER TE residential subdivision RPUD Residential DECEASED.
REF#:05-4031-E53 UCN#52200SCP00200IXXESXX DANIEL W. COLLINS; UNKNOWN TENANT I; UNKNOWN TEN- DATE oFTHE FIRST PUBLIC Planned Unit Development underlying R-"
REF#: 0 31ES3 U 005002001 LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER ANT 2; SHEILA KAY COLLINS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SHEILA O T O S a y Resident, nng t. h The administration of the estate
RUTH M. EASTBURY IN RE: ESTATEOFy DAYS AFTER T EOFvaranto"the following: "creation of a private iK ATARYN B FLYNN,0
THE DATE OFTH FIRSTPUB- KAY COINS, ame h Defendants. Will sell to the hiphst and best w re
DecRUTH M. EASTURY IN RE: ESTATE OF LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR bidder for cash at West Door, Pinellas County Judicial Bldg., 545s DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF ngh-o-way, width o a single point of deceased File Number 05-3438-
SDeceased. ETHELS. GREY, 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF AvenueN., StPeterburg, FL 33701.; at ll:OOA.M.,onJuly 12,2005. the SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS ingress/egress, lot frontage. size of required ES-003, is pending in the Circuit
The administration of the Deceased. SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: NOTICE ON THEM. parking space, sidewalk requirements, and T- Court for Pinellas County, Florida,
estate 'of RUTH M. EASTBURY, The administration of the NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the turnaround rather than a cul-de-sac, along with Probate Division, the address of
deceased, whose date of death was estate of ETHEL S. GREY, All other creditors of the LOT 2, BLOCK 3, FOURTH ADDITION TO HARBOR decedent and other persons having a waiver to the landscape buffer requirements. which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa-
-ffil 3, 2005, spending in the Cir- deceased, whose date of death was decedent and other persons having SHORES SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT claims or demands against dece- LOCATION 9670 60th Street and vacant parcel to thenorth. ter FL 33756. The names and
cuit Court for PINELLAS County, February 25, 2005; File Number claims or demands against dc- THEROF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 31, PAGES 35 dent's estate must file their claims .. addresses of the personal represen-
Florida. Probate Division, the 05-2001ES UCN#: 522005CP00 dent's estate must file their claims AND 36, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PINELLAS with this court WITHIN '3 2. CASENO.: PUD 20057/CU 2005-26/BOA 200-29 tative and the personal representa-
addres' of which is 315 Court 1389XXESXX is pending in the with this court WITHIN: 3 COUNTY, FLORIDA. MONTHS AFER THE DATE OF (QUASI-JUDICIAL) tue's attorney are set forth below.
Street, Clearwater, Florida 33756. Circuit Court for Pinellas County, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF All creditors of the decedent and
ams and addresses of the Florida, Prote Division, the E FIRST PUBLICATION OF A/K/A 138 Wal See Redingon Shores. FL 33708 THISNOCE REQUEST Preliminary Maser Plan approval for a proposed other persons having claims or
per-onil reprcientarise and he per address of which is 315 Court THIS NCO CE. .. ,. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO n residential subdivision RPUD Residen demands aginil Jdcedenl. if.
sonal representatd attomey aie' Street. Clearwater. FL 33756-5165. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Date: June 9;:20052!:!:'- FILED WILL BE FOREVER PMulu-FamnUni Resdlentommerlal Ditrict. including unmatured, conlmgent or
set forth below. The names and address of the FILED WILL BE FOREVER : BARRED. ,. variances to the reason of a p ivate nghli unhquidated cm, on whom a
All creditors" of thec ent personal with variances to the creation of a prisateB nIghi unliquidaAd claimi, on whom a
All creditors of the ldeceent personal representative and the per- BARRED. KEN BURE' NOTWIHSTANDING of-way, width of a single point of ingresaegress. copy of this notice is served must
and other.persons having claimsor sonal representative's attorney are NOTWITHSTANDING As Clerk of the Court THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH front and rear yard setbacks, size qf required file their claims with this Court,
demands against decedent's estate, set forth below: THETIME PERIODSETFORTH By: SEDEEVA GODWIN ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED parng space, and sidewalk requirement and WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
on 'w hom a copy, "of this notice is A ll cre ditors of the decede nt A B O VE A NYE C AIMDT N F IL E D .... .
onwhom a c f this nice is Allretorsf c nt ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED As Deputy Clerk TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE wave to landscape bufer requirements: MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
required to be served must file their and other persons having claims or TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S including a request for a Conditional Use to THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
claims with this court WITHIN demands against decedent'sestate, AFTER THE DECEDENT'S IMPORTANT DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. allow a density of IS unacre. THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS on whom a copy of this notice has DATEOF DEATH IS BARRED. he date of first publication LOCATION: 7195 53rd Street Noh AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
FTER THE TIME OF THE been served, must file their claims The date of first publication In accordance with the Americans with Disabliues Act. persons need- of this notice is June 17. 2005 OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS with this court WITHIN THE of this Notice is June 17,2005. ing a reasonable accommodation to participate in this proceeding should. 3. CASENO.: CU 2005-27 (Quail-Judicial) ON THEM.
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER no later than (7) days prior, contact the Clerk of the Coun's disability Personal Representative: All other creditors of the dece-
HE DATE OF SERVICE OF A THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Personal Representative: coordinator at 7274644062. HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE. 400 S. FT. J. RICHARD RAHTER REQUEST: Consideration of a Conditional Use for an Edu- dent and other persons having
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Charles Perry HARRISON AVE. STE. 300. CLEARWATER, FL 33756. If hearing 6670 Frst Avenue South canal Institution (Emen Middlend claims or demands against the dec-
ftEM. 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF 614 N. Highland Avenue impaired. contact (TDD) via Flonda Relay System. St. Petersburg. Florida 33707 S ing r c with wavBIertt Cone onral se dent's estate, including unmatured,
All other creditors of the SERVICE OF ACOPY OF THIS Clearwater. Flonda. 33755 requirement that use of land be limited toan contingent or unliquidated claims,
claim enr and other persons having NOTICE ON THEM cSubmitted by: Attorney for Educational Facility. must file their claims with this
claims or demands against dece- All other creditors of the Attorney for Ben-Ezra Kz, PA. Personal Representative: Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
dent's estate must file their claims decedent and other persons having Personal Representative: Attorneys for Plaintiff RICHARD RA ER LOCATION: 9021 US Highway 19 North AFTER THE DATE OF THE
wit this court WITHIN 3 claims or demands against dec- DEBORAH A BUSHNELL 951 NE. 167h Street. Suite 20 K Rah PA. FIRST PUBICATION OF THIS
-s .- thi' .. DEBORAH A. BUSHNELL 951 N E. 167th S treet. Suite 204 ,.-c_" I' .
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF dent's estate must file their claims FBN 304441/ SPN 17974 North Miami Beach. Flonda 33162 6670 First Avenue South 4. CASENO.: CU 2005-24 (QUASI-JUDICIAL) NOTICE.
JE2 FIRST PUBLICATION OF with this court WITHIN 3 204 Scotland Street Telephone: (305) 770-4100 S Petersburg. Florida 33707 R EST Consideration of a request or the e on of a ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
STHIS NOTICE. F MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Dunedin, Florida 4698 Fa: (305) 653-2063 (727) 344-5788 "Q Junk Yard. Scrap & Salvage Yard. A Condi- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
; ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFI telephone: (727) 733-9064 15349 Facsimile: (727) 384-2696 tional Use in the "IH Heavy Industrial Zoning The date of the first publication
-WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS THISNOTICE. Jun1724 061711 1000 Jun 17.24.200 061714 Florida Bar No. 188395 Distrct wh waivers to the following Condi- of this Notice is June 24, 2005.
SET FORTH IN. SECTION ALL CLAIMS NOT SO SPN No. 00008511 rional Use requirements- Landscape buffenng.
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- FILED WILL BE FOREVER 100%0 Jun 17.24.2005 061718 storage areas enclosed by solid wall or fence. STEPHEN VARCARDIPONE, SR.
BATE CODE WILL BE FOEV- BARRED. and height of stored material. Co-Personal Repreiernui.e
.REBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION LOCATION:. 980 67h Su i N D.JONES
.TH TIME PERIODS SET ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED IN THE CIRCUIT COURTFOR FOR DISSOLUTION OF FOR DISSOLUTION OF 5. CASENO. LDC 2005-8 Co-Personal Representative
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA MARRIAGE MARRIAGE cl"o Milton. Jones, Esquire
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR AFTER THE DECEDENT'S PRBATEDIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF REQUEST AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 501 F. Harrison Ave., Suite 206
MORE AFTER THE DECE- DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. UCN: 522005CP002948XXESXX THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. NOTICE FACTION FOR 18(LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE), ARTI- Clearwater, FL 33756
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS The date of the first public. REF:05-2948-ES 3 IN AND FOR PINELLAS IN AND FOR PINELLAS TEMPORARY CUSTODY OF CLE 3 "PARKLAND DEDICATION". OFTHE
BARRED. tion of this notice is June 17, 2005. INRE: ESTATE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY. FLORIDA MINOR CHILDREN CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THED. JONES, ESQUIRE
The date of first publication JOHN CHRISTOPHER LANE. Case No.: 05-5927FD-2Y Case No.:05-5554FD-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PINELLASPARK. 305FLORIDABY AMEND Atto D.eyforNESESQUIR
fs notice is June 17,2005. THOMAS B. GREY, JR. Deceased. 522005DR005927XXFDFD 522005DR005554XXFDFD THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN BYAM SECTION 18-305. "ST ANDARDS'LUAND Personal Reprntative
SPersonal Representative The administration of the estate AND FOR PINELLAS COUNTY. LATION OF CREDIT'; PROVIDING FOR 501 S. Ft.Harrison Avenue,
Personal Representative: L 1555 HazelLane of JOHN CHRISTOPHER LANE, TANYA MORNINGSTAR, Francine M. Simovic, FLORIDA REPEAL OF ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF Suite 206
Paul O. Eastbury Winnetka, IL60093 deceased, whose date of death was Petitioner/Wife Petitioner Case No. 0413259FDU06 ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH Clearwater, FL 33756
3226 Southway Drive January 22, 2005; REF: 05-2948- UCN: 522004DR013259XXFDFD TO THE EXTENT OF SUCH CONFLICT: SPN 0041873, FL BAR 0040564
Sanborn, NY 14132 DEREKB.AINAREZ, ESQUIRE ES 3; is pending in the Circuit v. v. PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECVE DATE.(727)446-60
Attorney for Court for Pinellas County, Florida, NANCY JO BODROG (LDC 2005-8) 11610 Jn 24, Jul 12005 062416
Attorney for Personal Representative Probate Division, the address of STEVEN A. MORNINGSTAR. Rade Simovic, Petitioner, 6. CASE NO.: Z 2005-7
Personal Representative: Florida Bar No. 0114278 which is 315 Court Street, Clearwa- Responde6t/Husband Respondent E : NOTCE OFACION
HENRY L DICUS. ESQ. SPN: 01891073 ter, FL 33756. The names and REQUEST A onderaon of a request t rone fm "B-
WILLIAM A DICUS, PA. GENDERS ALVAREZ addresses of hePeronal Represen- TO: STEVEN A. TO: ROde Simovic .' 1" General Commercial to e M-l Lght Industn- IADOPITONUT
orida Bar No. 237027 A Professional Association native and the Personal Represent- MORNINGSTAR P.O Box 21255 WILLIAM HURBERTALLEN. a or a oning clasificaon of lesser intensity as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
.PN. B ...O 2a, identfied in Chapter 18, Land Devselopment THESIXTHJUDICIALTCIRCUIT
SPN #170100 2307 West Cleveland Street tie's attorney are set forth below. Address Unknown S. Petersburg., FL, 33742-.: Respo ndent .i de he Ci e 1 Development T AND R PINELLAS
,p4,roadway, Suite 201 Tampa, Florida 33609 All creditors of the decedent and 1255 e Cty Code of Ord nane I N AN FOR IEA
Dunedin, Florida 34698 Telephone: (813) 254-4744 other persons having claims or YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an TO: WILLIAM HURBERT COUNTY, FLORIDA
Telephone: (727) 733-3161 Facsimile: (813) 2545222 demands agans decedent's estate, action has been filed against you YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ALEN L ION12 6 an an parcel FAM W D SION
5 Jun 17,24,2005 061702 11285 Jun17,24.2005 061708 n whom a copy of this notice has and that you are required to serve action has been filed against you 1226ShadyOakSt NOTICE INRE: PET ONFOR
been served. must file their claims copy of your wntten defenses, if and that you are required to serve a Jackson. MI 49201 ADOTION OF
NOTICE OF SALE ,ith this court WITHIN THE any. to it on TANA MORN- copy of your written defenses. if You are invited to register you opinions either at the public hearing A OF
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OFTHESIXTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER INGSTAR c/o Matthew D. Brum- any, to it on Francine M. Simovic. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an or by aletterstating the reasons for your opinions Letters should be
IN AND FOR PINELLASCOUNTY THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Icy. Esq., 1025 Fairwinds. Circle. whose address is654 100th Ave N acon has been filed for temporary addressed to the Zoning Division. Post Office Bo 1100, Pinellas Park,YAN ALEXANDRA PIERC
CASENO.: 04007527CISEC019 LICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR #104 Plant City. FL 33566 on or 104. St. Petersburg. FL 33702 on custody of a minor children) Flonda. 33781. For more information, please contact the Zoning Divi- ADOPTE.
SUNTRUST BANK, -30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF before JULY I. 2005 and file the or before July 8. 2005. add file the against you and that you are sion. W
SU Plaintiff, SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS original with the clerk of this court onginal with the clerk of this court required to serve a copy of your Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council. TO: UNK iOW
vs"-. NOTICE ON THEM. at 315 Court St.. Clearwater FLat at 315 COURT ST.. CLEARWA- wnren defenses. if any. to it on ty Boardor City Commission. with respect to any matterconsidered unknown
SAll other creditors of the dce- before service on Petitoner or TER. FL 33756 at before servceon NANCY JO BODROG whose this meeting will needrecord of the proceedings and forsuch purpose. addressunknown
GREDER D MORGAN and dent and other persons having immediately thereafter. If you fail Petitioner or immediately there- address is6131 50H AVENUE N. may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings s made. notify ha
MICHAEL L MORGAN.el al. claims or demands against dece- to do so. a default may be entered after. If you fail to do so. a default KENNETH CITY. FL 33709. on or which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal Yon ae hereby no tifiedthat a
Deendans dent's estate must file their claims against you for the relief demanded may be entered against you for he before JULY 8 2005. and file the tobe based. point tuition o motion
with this court WITHIN 3 n the petition. relief demanded in the petition original with the clerk of this Court Te applicant, proponents, and public should not communicate either teparent was filed in this Court on
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN that, pursuantto a Final Judgment of MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Copies of all court documentsin Copies of all court documents in at 315 Court St.. Clearwater. FL verballyorinwritingwiththemembersof the PlanningandZoningCom- the 20 day of May, 2005, by ERIN
reclosunre entered in the above-stiyled cae, I will s t y 5, 2005, l t FIRST PUBLICATION OF this case. including orders, are this case. including -ders. are 33756 before service on Petitioner mission regarding the matter under consideration except at the quasi- CH TINEPIERCE and
atthe.West Door of the Judicial Buildin, 45 1st Avenue N., St. Peters- THIS NOTICE. available at the Clerk of the Circuit available at the Clerk of the Circuit or immediately thereafter. If you judicial hearing, in that thiscould invalidate any action taken at thequasi- JONES PIERCE regarding the
burg, Florida 33701. Thelegal description of theproperty beingsold is ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Court's office. You may review Court's office. You may review fail to do so, a default may be judicial hearing. Please note that at-the quasi-judicial hearing anyone PIERCE bo August 5, 19 in
described as WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. these documents upon request these documents upon request. entered against you for the relief who has standing may address the issues at the hearing. All parties will Hill, Florida and o are
NOTWITHSTANDING THE .You mun keep the Clerk of the You must keep the Clerk of the demanded n the petition. have an opportunity to question other speakers and be questioned by any- Spring Hill, Florida and you a
LOT 33, ERLE RENWICK SUBDIVISION NUMBER TIME PERIOD SET FORTH Circuit Court's office notified of Circuit Court's office notified of Copies of all court documents in one ho is affected by the case. Should anyone wish to question City,re d to serve a copy of your
,' TWO, ACCORDING. TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED your cuent address.(Yomay file your current address. (You may file this case. including orders, are who reviewed the proposed request for compliance with City Code for wttendefeses, iany it, onthe
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 54, PUBLIC TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE Notice of Current Address, Florida Notice of Cuent Address, Florid available at the Clerk of the Circuit building, engineering, drainage, police or fire issues, pleasecall the Zon- petitioner' attorney, whose name
SRECORDS OF PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA .. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Supreme Court Approved Family SupremeCourt Approved Family Courts office. You may review ihg Division, at least five days prior to the hearing, so that arrangements and address is:
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Law Form 12.915.) Future papers Law Form 12.915.) Future papers these documents upon request You an be madeto have said staffattendthe meeting. Calyn McMullen E
-The property or its address is commonly known as 773 West Harbor The dae of the first publication in this lawsuit will be mailed to the in thi lawsuit will be mailed to the must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Any written communication should be received 8 days prior to the ry V e e.
Irife South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33705. of this notice is: June 17,2005. address on record at the clerk's address on record at the clerk's Court's office notified of your cur- public hearing date in order to be made a part of the record andletters 1419 West Waters Ave. 119
office, office. rent address. (You may file Notice should be addressed to the Zoiing Division, Post Office Box 1100, Pinel- Tampa, F33604
Date: June 10,2005 MARYANN LANE WARNING: Rle 12.285, Flori- WARNING: Rule 12.285, Fi-of Current Address, Florida ls Park, Florida 33780. Alloralcommunication between the Board ofile the nal with the
KEN BURKE Personal Representative da Family Law Rules of Procedure, da Family Law Rules of Procedure, Supreme Court Approved Family Adjustment and the public concerning this case is prohibited by Florida clerk of the bove led crt on
SCLERK OF THE COURT 3030 Homestead Court requires certain automatic dAclo- requires certain automaticdisclo- Law Form 12.915.) Future papers State law unless made at the public hearing. For more information, clerk the abYve 2styedurtonis or
By: Is/ SEDEEVA GODWIN Clearwater, FL 33759 sure of documents and information, sure of documents and information. in this lawsuit will be mailed to the please contact the Zoning Division. efoe JULY 2005: otherwise a
Deputy'Clerk Failure to comply can result in Failure to comply can result in address on record at the clerk's The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the judgment of name change may being
William Rambaum, Esquire sanctions, including dismissal or sanctions, including dismissal or office. event that you wish to appeal a decision, the tape may or may not the tio
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Attorney for striking of pleadings, striking of pleadings. Dated: JUNE 6, 2005 adequately ensure a verbatim record A: MAY3 2005
Personal Representative Dated: May 27, 2005. Dated: June 3, 2005.. FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED An interpreter for individuals with DATD O: MY
,, you are a person with a disability who needs any accomodation in FBN 0297682 KEN BURKE hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at least KEN BURKE
-order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled at no cost to you SPN 00220429 KEN BURKE KEN BURKE CLERK OFTHE 72 hours in advance. Also, an Assistive Hearing Device (magnifier) is AS CLERK OF THE COUR
o the provision of certain assistance: Within TWO (2) working days of William Rambaum & Assc., P.A. CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT available from the City Clerk for use in Council Chambers and all meet- 3AS CLEK COURT
'your receipt of this Summons, pleasecontact the Criminal JusticeCenter, 28960 U.S. Highway 19 N., COURT CIRCUIT COURT 315COURT ST ing rooms throughout the City. This document is available in the follow- 315 COURT ST.
14250 49th Street N. Third Floor, H Wing, Clearwater, Florida 33762, Suite 100 315 COURT STREET 315 COURT STREET CLEARWATER. FL 33756 ing accessible formats: Braille, Large Print, Audio Tape, and Electronic CLEARWATE FL33756
464.606 Clar.tr FL.. 33761 Rhnd RHONDA P DTITY
telephone (727) 464-5606. Clearwater, FL 33761 CLEARWATER, FL 33756 CLEARWATER, FL 33756 By: RhondaDitty Fileon Computer Disks as Deputy Clerk
r Telephone: (727) 781-5357 By: Rhonda Ditty By: Rhonda Ditty JDet Cle a DnR N1724e2005
y S. Tngley, Esuire Facsimile(727) 781-1387 Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk 13715 Jun 10, 17, 24, Jul erk Zoning Division Director060306 Jun 3, 10, 17,242005
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AMENDED NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID/REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE
ACTION ADOPTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AIM TOWING AND RECOVERY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TO: ALL INTERESTED BIDDERS/PROPOSERS AND FIRMS PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA 1886 N. Hercules Ave Unit K The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office announces the sale of the following
THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION Clearwater, FL 33765 types of miscellaneous found, abandoned, unclaimed or surplus personal
IN AND FOR PINELLAS Sealed bids/proposals will be received by the Board of County File Number 522005CP- UCN: 522005CP004567XXESXX Office (727) 725-3544 property.
COUNTY, FLORIDA Commissioners, Pinellas County, Clearwater. Florida in the office of the 004259XXESXX REF: 05-4567-ES-3 Fax (727) 725-2589
FAMILY LAW DIVISION Director of Purchasing. County Annex Office Building, 400 South Fort Division: 05-4259-ES-4 IN RE: ESTATE OF Notice the following vehicle will be auctioned for unpaid towing bicycles, tools, home furnishings, jewelry, clothing, cell phones.
Case No.: 05-6339-FD Harrison, 6th Floor, Clearwater, Florida, and will be opened and read In Re The Estate Of: EDWARD S. KOWALSKI, and storage charges per Florida Statute 713.78, on June 16, 2005 at 9:00 computer equipment, ed players/disks, sports equipment, etc.
UCN: 522005DR006339XXFDFD aloud for the following: ROBERT WM. GARDNER DECEASED. a.m. at 1886 N. Hercules Avenue Unit K, Clearwater, FL 33765. AIM
Deceased The administration of the TOWING AND RECOVERY reserves the right to accept or reject any These items will be offered for public sale to the highest bidder by
IN RE: THE PETITION FOR SIGN MAKING SERVICES BROOKER CREEK PRESERVE The administration of the estate estate of EDWARD S. KOWALS- and/or all bids. Property Bureau, Inc., via the internet at the web site
ADOPTION OF EDUCATION CENTER of ROBERT WM. GARDNER. KI. deceased, File Number 05- www.propertyroom.com. The sale will commence on July 18, 2005 and
deceased, whose date of death is 4567-ES-003, is pending in the Cir- Year Make Vin Number conclude as indicated at www.propertyroom.com.
RYAN ALEXANDRA PIERCE. 045-687-P (GG) February 21, 2005, File Number cuit Court for Pinellas County, 1991 CADILLAC 1G6CD53BXM4222090
ADOPTEE. 522005CP-004259XXESXX, is Florida, Probate Division, the All property is sold subject to any and all liens that may exist on such
TO BE OPENED: July 28. 2005 @ 3:00 P.M. pending in the Probate Court for address of which is 315 Court 18185 Jun 24, 2005 062419 property and subject to the terms and conditions set forth at
TO: UNKNOWN FATHER PINELLAS County, Florida, the Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. The www.propertyroom.com. The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office makes no
residence unknown "PERSONS WITH DISABLITIES REQUIRING REASONABLE address of which is: CLERK OF names and addresses of the person- guarantee or warranty, express or implied, as to the nature, quality or
address unknown ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEDURE/EVENT, THE CIRCUIT COURT, 315 Court al representative and the personal condition of the goods offered for sale pursuant to this public notice.
SHOULD CALL 727/464-4062 (VOICE/TDD) FAX 727/464-4157, NOT Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. representative's attorney are set NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 15005 Jun24, Jul 1,2005 062404
You are hereby notified that a LATER THAN SEVEN DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING" The names and addresses of the forth below.
Joint Petition for Adoption by personal representative and the per- All creditors of the decedent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that EQUIFUNDING INC NOTICE OF SALE
Steparent was filed in this Court on Further Information may be obtained by contacting the Pinellas County sonal representative's attorney are and other persons having claims or the holders) of the followin certificate has/have filed for a tax deed to IN THE COUNTY COURT
the 20th day of May, 2005, by ERIN Purchasing Department, at the above address or telephone number set forth below, demands against decedent's estate, reissued other( on. The certificate number, year of issuance, propteet IN THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CHRISTINE PIERCE and JAY 727/464-3311. Bid information may be obtained by visiting the Pinellas All creditors of the decedent, including unmatured, contingent or description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as IN AND FOR
JONES PIERCE regarding the County Purchasing Department web site and other persons having claims or unliquidated claims, on whom a follow which e property was assessed are as PINELLAS COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA
minor child RYAN ALEXANDRA www.pinellascounty.org/purchase. Any bids received after the specified demands against decedent's estate, copy of this notice is served must wCASE NO. 04-1833-CO-54
PIERCE, bor August 5, 1996 in time and date will not be considered, including unmatured, contingent or file their claims with this Court, Certificate number 10850 Year of issuance 2002 REEF RESORT
Spring Hill, Florida and you are unliquidated claims, on whom a WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
required to serve a copy of your JOHN MORRONI, Chairman JOSEPH LAURO, CPPO/CPPB copy of this notice is served must MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Said certificate embraces the following described ppey in the INC.a Florida notfor-profit
written defenses, if any to it. on the Board of County Commissioners Director of Purchasing file their claims with this Court, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Said certificate embraces the following described property in the INC. a Florida not-for-profit
written defenses, if any to it, on the Board of County Commissioners Directorof Purchasing file their claims with this Court, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF County of Pincllas, State of Florida: corporation,
petitioner's attorney, whose name 15000 Jun 24, 2005 062418 WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS Plaintiff,
and address is: MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF AFIER THE DATE OF SERVICE BOZEMAN'S SUB S1/2F LOT vs.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
Carolyn V. McMullen, Esq. You are hereby notified that the City of Pinellas Park has remedied THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY ON THEM. BENNETT LUM and ROBERT M.
1419 West Waters Ave. #119 a prohibited condition upon lots, tracts, parcels or areas of land in the City DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF. All other creditors of the LUM,
Tampa, FL 33604 of Pinellas Park and has determined the amount to be assessed against SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS decedent and other persons having P EL 2316/1 /0/0 ndants.
each of said lots, tracts or parcels of land to defray the cost thereof A list NOTICE ON THEM. claims or demands against dece- Name in which assessed: CHEDID, TANNOUS Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the Final Judgment entered in
and file the original with the of said properties so cleared and of properties abutting street rights-of- All other creditors of the dece- dent's estate, including unmatured, this cause on June 20, 2005 in the County Court of Pinllas County,
clerk of the above styled court on or way so cleared and amount to be assessed against each of said properties dent and other persons having contingent or unliquidated claims, Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property Florida, Iill sell the property situated in Pinellas County, Florida
before JJLY 15, 2005: otherwise a is on file and open for inspection in the office of the Finance Administra- claims or demands against the dece- must 'file their claims with this described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the described as:
judgment of adoption may be tor of the City of Pinellas Park. dent's estate, including unmatured, Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005,
entered for the relief demanded in You are further notified that the CityCouncilof the City of Pinel- contingent or unliquidated claims, AFTER THE DATE OF THE which isthe 27th day ofJuly, 2005 at 00A.M. A nonrefundable cash Unit 206 Unit Week 50, together with an undivided share or inter-
the petition. las Park will hold a PUBLIC HEARING.on Lot Mowing Program #207 must file theirclaims with this court FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIScollcted at the time of sale per 197.2 t in the ommon elements, appurtenant thereto in accordance
DATED ON: JUNE 14,2005 on July 14, 2005, at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 5141 WITHIN THREE MONTH deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the ime of sale per S. 197.542 est in the common elements, appurtenant thereto in accordance
78th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, Florida, for the purpose of hearing any AFTER THE DATE OF THE ALL CLAIMS NOT SO (2). with and subject to the easements, restrictions, conditions,
KEN BURKE complaints or protests that any affected party may wish to offer why said FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS FILED WILL BE FOREVER yo are a person with a dsabiliy who covenants and other provisions o te Declaration of Condomini-
AS CLERK OF THE COURT assessments should not be made final. NOTICE. BARRED. Ifyo are a person wtha disability who needs anyaccomodation in um of CORAL REEF BEACH RESORT, a Condominium, as
315 COURT ST Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Coun- ALL CLAIMSNOT SO ILED date of fi publication ord o participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you recorded in O. Book 5460 page 671, et seq., and as set forth in
CLEARWATER, FL 33756 cil, City Board, or City Commission, with respect to any matter consid- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. of this Notice is June 24, 2005.ain assistance. Within twoCondominium Plat Book 66 pages 27 through 39,nlusive, Pub-
RHONDA R. DITY ered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such The date of the first publication the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED lic Records of Pinellas County, Florida, and as the same may be
RHO D a sThe da she firstpubation please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Fp. Harison Ave., Stei amended from time to time.
as Deputy Clerk purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is of this Notice is June 24, 2005. EILEEN STOLARZ please contact the Human Rights Office, 400S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste. amended from time to time.
32000 Jun 17, 24, Jul 1, 8, 2005 made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the Co-Personal Representative 300, Clearwater, FL 33756. (727) 464-4062 (V/IDD).
061712 appeal is to be based. Personal Representative: at a public sale, to the highest and best bidderfor cash, in theLobby
The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the CAROL H. AGUIRE MIKE STOLARZ, JR. KEN BURKE of the St. Petersburg Judicial Building, 545 1st Avenue North, St. Peters-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS event that you wish to appeal a decision, the tape may or may not ade- 46 Rampart Road Co-Personal Representative Clerk of Circuit Court burg. Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on July 29, 2005.
IN THE SIXTH JUDICIAL quately insure a verbatim record of the proceedings; therefore, you may Norwalk, CT 06854 c/o Jery C. Cobb, Esquire Pinellas County, Florida "If you ar'a person with a disability who needs any accommodation
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR wish to provide a court reporter at your expense. 501 S. Ft. Harrison Avenue, in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED -An interpreter for individuals TIMOTHY A. MILLER, Suite 206 By: KELSEYKENDALL you, to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days
PROBATE DIVISION with hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at ESQUIRE Clearwater, FL 33756 15002 Jun 24, Jul 0,08, 15,2005 06e rk of y r re ipt of this Notice, please contact the Human Rights Office,
CASENO. 05-4558rES4 least 72 hours in advance. Also, an Assistive Hearing Device (magnifier) Attorney for 062411 4 S F H n enue. S. Cle teFL 33756, (727464-
is available from the City Clerk for use in Council Chambers and all Personal Representative JERRY C. COBB, ESQUIRE '402 'V/TDDi."
IN RE: DONALD CARL LEWIN meeting rooms throughout the City. This document is available in the fol- 424 Central Avenue, #200 Attorney for Dated JUNE 9, 2W05
a/k/a DONALD C. LEWIN lowing accessible formats: Braille, Large Print, Audio Tape, and Elec- St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Personal Representative
alk/a DONALD LEWIN tronic File on Computer Disks. (727) 898-8225 501 S. Ft. Harrison Avenue, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED KEN BURKE, Clerk Circuit Court
a/k/a DON LEWIN Sergeant Tracey Schofield, Supervisor Florida Bar Number: 0284807 Suite 206 Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deceased. Community Compliance Section .11610 Jun 24, Jul 1,2005 062420 Clearwater, FL 33756 NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN, that EQUIFUNDING INC.Sixth Judicial Circuit
10005 Jun 24. 2005 062403 D ISPN #21629/FL BAD naQ096 the holders) of the fnllowin ctifica has/have filed fir a tx ded By/s/ SEDEEVA GODWIN


The administration of the
Estate of DONALD CARL
LEWIN, a/k/a DONALD C.
LEWIN, a/k/a DONALD LEWIN,
a/k/a DON LEWIN deceased,
whose date of death was April 9;
2005; File Number 05-4558-ES4
and UCN:. 522005CP004558
XXESXX, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Pinellas County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which.is 315 Court Street, Clearwa-
ter, FL 33756. The name and
address of the Personal Representa-
tive is set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICEON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this
court, within three (3) months after


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING UPON ORDINANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Pinellas Park, Florida,
will hold a PUBLIC HEARING upon the following ORDINANCE NO.
3351 in City Hall, 5141 78th Avenue, Pinellas Park, Florida on the 14th
day of July 2005 at 7:30 P.M., the title of said ORDINANCE being as fol-
lows:

ORDINANCE NO. 3351


(727) 442-3465 be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property
13435 Jun24, Jul 1, 2005 062414 description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as
follows: Theresa A. Deeb, Esquire
INVITATION TO BID DEEB & BRAINARD, PA. .
Certificate number 10366 Year of issuance 1999 5999 Central Avenue, Suite 202
TO: ALL INTERESTED BIDDERS/PROPOSERS AND FIRMS : St. Petersburg, FL 33710
Said certificate embraces the following described property in the (727) 384-5999
Sealed bids/proposals will be received by the Board of County County of Pinellas, State of Florida: Attorneys for Plaintiff
Commissioners, Pinellas County, Clearwater, Florida in the office of the 40096 Jun 24
Director of Purchasing, County Annex Office Buildingi 400 South Fort HARVEY'S BLK K, S 32.5FT OF LOT 31 U.
----- :"- ---A -A .. --NOTICE OF PUBLIC!HI


AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING INTO THE CITY OF Harrison, 6th Floor, Clearwater, Florida, and will be opened and read & N 5FT OF LOT 30
PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA, CERTAIN ROAD RIGHT- aloud for the following: wil
OF-WAY GENERALLY LOCATED ON 132ND AVENUE PARCEL: 24/31/16/37512/011/0310
NORTH, EAST OF 46TH STREET NORTH, LEGALLY COMPOSITE RECYLED DECKING, FURNISH & INSTALL 33
DESCRIBED AS ATTACHED HERETO IN EXHIBIT "A" WEEDON ISLAND PRESERVE Name in which assessed: BOSTON, RONALD J day
AND MADE A PART HEREOF, LYING WITHIN 045-562-B (GM) BOSTON, PHAN O lo
SECTION 10,,TOWNSHIP 30 SOUTH, RANGE 16 EAST, TO BE OPENED: AUGUST 4, 2005 @ 3:00 P.M.
PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA: PROVIDING FOR Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property
AMENDMENT OF THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE THERE WILL BE A NON-MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the
CORPORATE BOUNDARIES OF THE 'CITY OF MONDAY, JULY 11, 2005 AT 9:00 A.M. AT Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005,
PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR THE which is the 27th day of July, 2005 at 11:00A.M. A nonrefundable cash
ASSIGNMENT OF CITY ZONING CLASSIFICATION; WEEDON ISLAND PRESERVE CONFERENCE ROOM deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per ES. 197.542
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF ORDINANCES, OR 1500 WEEDON DRIVE NE, ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 33702 (2).
PARTS OF ORDINANCES CONFLICTING HEREWITH;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (ROAD "PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES REQUIRING REASONABLE If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in
RIGHT-OF-WAY AX05-46) ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEDURE/EVENT, order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you
SSHOULD CALL 727/464-4062 (VOICE/TDD) FAX 727/464-4157, NOT to the provision of certain assistance. Within two(2)working days of'-
This Ordinance is available for review, idritluCity Clerk's Depart- LATER THAN SEVEN DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING" the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEEh1r
mcnl Intrested panies are innied to attend this nireting and be heard please contact thelunima Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste..
An) peron 'ho decides to appeal any decision of ihe Cniy Council, Further Information may be obtained by contacting the Pinellas County 300, ClearwaterFL 33756, (727) 464-4062 TDD).
City Board. or Cii, Commisiion. with respect to any matter considered Purchasing Department, at the above adftss or telephone number .
at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such pur- 727/464-3311. Bid information may be obtained by visiting the Pinellas KEN BURKE.
pose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is County Purchasing Department web site Clerk of Circuit Court
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the www.pinellascounty.org/purchase. Any bids received after the specified Pinellas County, Florida
appeal is to be based, time and date will not be considered.


Notice is herebyF given that
Notice is hereby given that the


1.31. 2005


SBY: Deputy Clerk


062421


HEARING UPON ORDINANCE
e City Council of Pinellas Park.-Florida,


II hold a PUBLIC HEARING upon the following ORDINANCE.NO.
50 in City Hall, 5141 7,8th Avenue, Pinellas Park, Florida on the 14th
y of July 2005 at7:30 P.M., the title of said ORDINANCE being as fol-
vs:

ORDINANCE NO. 3350

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING INTO THE CITY OF
PINELLAS PARK, FLORIDA, A CERTAIN PARCEL OF
LAND GENERALLY LOCATED'AT 11495 66TH STREET
NORTH, LEGALLY DESCRIBED AS ATTACHED
HERETO IN EXHIBIT "A" AND MADE A PART
HEREOF, LYING WITHIN SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 30
SOUTH, RANGE 16 EAST, PINELLAS COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT OF THE
.LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CORPORATE
BOUNDARIES OF THE .CITY O,. PINELLAS PARK.
FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR THE ASSIGNMENT OF
CITY ZONING CLASSIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF
ORDINANCES CONFLICTING ) HEREWITH;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE, (S & C
PERSONAL PROPERTY TRUST AX05-44)


the date of this first publication of The City maintains a tape recording of all public hearings. In the event By. KELSEY KENDALL for re w, in te Cy
this notice. that youwish toappeal a decision, the tape may or may not adequately JOHN MORRONI, Chairman JOSEPH LAURO, CPPO/CPPB Deputy Clerk This Ordinance is available for review, in the City .Clerk's Depart-
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO insure a verbatim record of the proceeding therefore, may wish t Board of County Commissioners Director of Purchasing 15002 Jun 24, July 01, 08.15. 2005 062410 ment. Interested parties are invited to attend this meeting and beheard.
FILED WILL BE FOREVER provide court reporter at your expense 15000 Jun 24, 2005 062417 Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council,
BARRED. FOR TE H G I D An interpreter for individual City Board, or City Commission, with respect toany matter considered
BARRED. FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED An interpreter for individuals + "at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for-such .upr'
NOTWITHSTANDING with hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at at this m neet ing will need a record of the proceed dings, and forsuch r-
THE TIME PERIODS SET least 72 hours in advance. Also, an Assistive Hearing Device (magnifier) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED pose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
SandmllaNOTCEeOFA whichNFOR AX DEE record includes the testimony and evidence upon Which the'
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM is available from the City Clerk for use in Council Chambers and all NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED made,mony an nc upon
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR meeting rooms throughout the City. This document is available in the fol- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAX CERTIFICATE appeal is to be based.
SOE AFTER DEa:NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENThe City. m aains a tape reording oT C n A ^ ^ S S ^^^^^^
MORE AFTER THE DECE- lowing accessible formats; Braille, Large Print, Audio Tape, and Elec- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that NOEL COLACO CLEARING HOUSE, LLC that you wish to apeal a decision, the tap may or may notadequatly
DET'SDATE OF DEATH IS ronic File on Computer Disk. the holders) of the following certificate has/have filed for a ta deedto the holds) of e following e cate has/have d for tax deed to hat wish to appeal a decision the tape may r may ot adequately
BARRED. DIANE M. CORNA, CMC be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property provide court porter at your expense.
The date of first publication CITY CLERK description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as description, and the names in which the property was assessed ar as FOR E HEARING IMPAIRED s An interpreter for individuals
ofhis ice is June 24,2005. CTY OFPNELLAS PARK 062406 l follows: with hearing impairment will be made available upon requests made at
Per0nal ReJrnn4ative0 6 least 72 hours In advance. Also. an Assiistive Heanng Device (magnifier)
PersonalRepresentative: Certificate number 10425 Year of issuance 1998 Certificate number 8471 Year of issuance 2001 i available from the City Clerk for use Council Chambers and all
JO ANN LEWIN
C/o David P. Carter, Esquire NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Said certificate embraces the following described meeting rooms throughout the City This document is available in the fol-
7985 113thStreetSue 108 IN THECIRCUITCOURTOR IN THE CIRCUIT COUR ty in the Said certificate embraces the following described property in he lowing accessible formats: Braille, Large Pnn. Audio Tape, andElec-
Seminole, Florida 33772 PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA County of Piellas, State of Floda: County of Pinellas State of Florida: tronic File on Computer Disks.
PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION DIANE M. CORNA, CMC
Attorney for the 'UCN4 525 420XXESXX N 52)RICHARDSON'S, W.E. LOT34 REINHARDT SUB LOT.19 CITY CLERK
Personal Representative:' REF #: 05-4205-ES 3 REF #: 05-4496-ES 3 CfITY OF PINELLAS PARK
DPersonalRepre a QUIRE INRE: 05-45ES 3 IN RE. 5-96-ES 3 PARCEL: 27/31/16/74646/000/0340 PARCEL: 03/31/16/4178/000/1I90 10005 Jun 24 2005 062405
DAVID P CARTER, ESQUIRE IN RE: ESTATE OF IN RE: ESTATE OF
.7985 113th Street, Suite 108 MARY S. SAMUELS MARILYN CULLEN
Se5inole Florida 33772 Deceased. S Decease. N Name in whichiassessed- BAY AREA HOUSING & DEVELOP Name in which assessed: EASTMAN, MARY A RENOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
(727) 745 The administration of the estate The administration of the estate Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property O IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FBN: 0146097 L of Mary S. Samuels, deceased, of Marilyn Cullen, deceased, whose property OF THE 6TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, "
PN: 3844 whose date of deastwas Marh 19, date of death was May 5 described in such certificate will be sold to thehighst biddertat the described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the IN AND FOR
4 Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005, Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005, PINELLAS COUNTYuFLORIDA
10640 Jun 24. Jul 1, 2005 062402 2005, and whose Social Security andwhose Social Security N umber ch s o J 0A. h ch s Jly 5 I fu b h L DIVISION
N umbe r is 5 is opening Circuit Court for P is peing ou the deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per FS. 197.542 deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per ES. 197.542 CASE NO.035522-CI-13
in the Circuit Court for Pinellas Circuit Court for Pinellas Aounty
County, Florida, Probate Division, Florida, Probate Division, the (2).(2).
the' address of which is 315 Court address of which is 315 .Court U.S. BANK NATIONAL
Sreet, Clearwater, FL 33756. The Street, Clearwater, FL 33756. The If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
names and addresses of the perso- names and addresses of the pe order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you SALOMON BROTHERS MORTGAGE
Sand sthe personal pesentatie ar the persona to the provision of certain assistance. Wthin two (2) working days of to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2). working days of SECRITIES VI INC. ASSEIET-
al re veattoe r rere tentative' attoe re the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED BACKED CERTICATES SERIES
oreeettes attoey are set below please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste. lantiff
Allcreditors of the decedentand All creditors the decedent and 300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (VDD). 300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (VTDD). vs.
other persons having claims or other persons having claims or KENBURKE KENBURKE ROSENAGOOD;UNKNOWN
demands against decedent's estate demands against decedent's estate Clerk of Circuit Court Clerk ofCircuit Court SPOUSEOFROSENAGOOD;
on whom a copy of this notice is on whom a copy of this notice is Pinellas County, Florida Pinellas County, Florida UNKNOWNPERSON(S)IN
required to be served must file their required to be served must file their POSSESSION OF SUBJECT
claims with this court WITHIN claims with this court WITHIN PROPERTY;
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS By: KELSEY KENDALL By; KELSEY KENDALL Defendains.
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS epuCerk Dep Cerk
DelutiClrk Deputy Clerk
AFTER THE TIME OF THE AFTER THE TIME OF THE15002 J24, Jl0108152005 '062413 5002 Jun 24 Jul 0108 2005 062409 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Order Rescheduling
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER Foreclosure Sale dated June 17,2005, and entered in Case No.03-5522-
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A THE DATE OF SERVICE OF'A CI-13, of the Circuit Court of the 6TH Judicial Circuit in and for PINEL-
COPY OF THIS. NOTICE ON COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED LAS County, Florida. U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
THEM. THEM. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED TRUSTEE FOR SALOMON BROTHERS MORTGAGE SECURITIES
All other creditors of the dece- All other creditors of the dece- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUIFUNDING INC. VII, INC. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES 1998-NC3 is
dent and other persons having dent and other persons having the holders) of the following certificate has/have filed for a tax deed to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUIFUNDING INC. Plaintiff and ROSENA GOOD; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ROSENA
claims or demands against the dece- claims or demands against the dece- be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property the holders) of the following certificate has/have filed for a tax deed to GOOD; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF SUBJECT
dent's estate must file their claims dent's estate must file their claims description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as be issued thereon. The certificate number, year of issuance, property PROPERTY; are defendants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
with this court WITHIN 3 with this court WITHIN 3 follows: description, and the names in which the property was assessed are as cash In The Main Lobby Of The Pinellas County Judicial Building, 545
Lo MONTHS'AFTER THE DATE OF MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF follows: ISt Avenue North, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, at 11:00
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Certificate number 7635 Year of issuance 2002 a.m., on this 20th day of July, 2005, the followingdescribed property as
THIS NOTICE. THIS NOTICE. Certificate number 8539 Year of issuance 2002 set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Said certificate embraces the following described property in the
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS County of Pinellas, State of Florida: Said certificate embraces the following described property in the LOT 2, WOODGATE OF COUNTRYSIDE, UNIT ONE,
SET FORTH IN SECTION SET FORTH IN SECTION County of Pinellas, State of Florida: ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- MICHIGAN HEIGHTS LOT 15 & 7.15FT OF LOT 16 RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 70, PAGES 13 AND 14 OF
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV- BATE CODE WILL BE FOREV- &N. 7.14FT OF LOT 14 LELLMAN.HEIGHTS 2ND SEC BLK 19, LOT 7 THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PINELLAS COUNTY,
ER BARRED. ER BARRED. FLORIDA.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE'; PARCEL: 27/30/16/57582/000/0150 PARCEL: 03/31/16/51012/019/0070
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH TIME PERIODS SET FORTH This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No. 2.065.
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED Name in which assessed: DIAZ, ANIBAL S Name in which assessed: LOWE, ANISIC TRUST In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to par-
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to provi-
o n DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the described in such certificate will be sold to the highest bidder at the sions of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator at 315
The date of the first publication The date of the first publication Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005. Court House door on the fourth Wednesday in the month of July, 2005, Court Street, Rm. 170, Clearwater, FL 33756,Phone No. (727) 464-4062
of this notice is June 24, 2005. of this notice is June 24, 2005. which is the 27th day of July, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. A nonrefundable cash which is the 27th day of July, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. A nonrefundable cash within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice or pleading; if you


Personal Representative:
'Muriel S. Robertson
910 N. E. Ilth Avenue
Pompano'Beach, Florida 33060

Cynthia J. McMillen
Attorney for
Muriel S. Robertson
Florida Bar No. 351581
SPN: 01769503
Law Offices of
Joseph F. Pippen, Jr. & Assoc.
,10225 Ulmerton Rd., #11
Largo, Florida 33771-3526
Telephone: (727) 586-3306
13105 Jun24,Jul1,2005 062407


Personal Representative:
Robert Cullen
210 Ricker Road
Belleair, Florida 33756

Cynthia J. McMillen
Attorney for
Robert Cullen
Florida Bar No. 351581
SPN: 01769503
Law Offices of
Joseph E Pippen, Jr. & Assoc.
10225 Ulmertn Rd., #11
Largo, Florida 33771-3526
Telephone: (727) 586-3306
13105 Jun24.Jull.2005 062415


deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per F.S. 197.542
(2).

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you
to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days of
the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste.
300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (V/TDD).


KEN BURKE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Pinellas County, Florida


15002


n uJ 24 July 01, 08. 5


KELSEY KENDALL
Deputy Clerk
062412 15002


deposit of $200.00 will be collected at the time of sale per ES. 197.542
(2).

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you
to the provision of certain assistance. Within two (2) working days of
the publication of this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
please contact the Human Rights Office, 400 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Ste.
300, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 464-4062 (V/TDD).


KEN BURKE
Clerk of circuitt Court
Pinellas County, Florida

By: KELSEY KENDALL
Deputy Clerk
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Dated this 21st day of June, 2005.

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Faster than a


speeding bullet:


Guinness


recognizes NASA



Scramjet

NASA has been officially recognized for setting the speed record for a
Sjet-powered aircraft by Guinness World Records.
NASA set the record in November during the third and final flight of the
experimental X-43A scramjet (supersonic-combustion ramjet) project. The
X-43A demonstrated an advanced form of air-breathing jet engine could
power an aircraft nearly 10 times the speed of sound. Data from the unpilot-
ed, 12-foot-long research vehicle show its revolutionary engine worked suc-
cessfully at Mach 9.6 (approximately 7,000 mph), as it flew over the Pacif-
ic Ocean west of California.
The flight was the culmination of NASA's Hyper-X Program. Hyper-X,
a seven-year, approximately $230 million ground and flight test program,
explored alternatives to rocket power for space access vehicles.
This is the second world speed record earned by the Hyper-X Program.
The first followed a Mach 6.8 (approximately 5,000 mph) flight in March
2004. Both records will be featured in the 2006 edition of the Guinness
World Records book published in September 2005. The fastest air-breathing,
manned vehicle, the SR-71, achieved slightly more than Mach 3.2. The X-
43A more than tripled the top speed of the jet-powered SR-71.
NASA is interested in supersonic combustion scramjet technology,
because the engines get their oxygen from the atmosphere. That allows for
more airplane-like operations for increased affordability, flexibility and
safety in ultra-high-speed flights and for the first stage to Earth orbit. Once
a scramjet-powered vehicle is accelerated to approximately Mach 4 by a
conventional jet engine or booster rocket, it can fly at hypersonic speeds,
possibly as fast as Mach 15, without carrying heavy oxidizer, as rockets
must,
A ramjet operates by subsonic combustion of fuel in a stream of air
compressed by the forward speed of the aircraft. In a regular jet engine, fan
Blades compress the air. In a scramjet, the airflow through the whole engine
Remains supersonic.
S The Guinness World Record certificate:
S On 16 November, 2004, NASA's unmanned Hyper-X (X-43A) aircraft
Reached Mach 9.6. The X-43A was boosted to an altitude of 33,223 meters
(109,000 feet) by a Pegasus rocket launched from beneath a B52-B jet air-
craft. The revolutionary scramjett' aircraft then burned its engine for around
10 seconds during its flight over the Pacific Ocean."
Related flight records:
The previous record for an air-breathing vehicle, but not an airplane,
was held by a ramjet-powered missile, which achieved slightly more than
Mach 5. The highest speed attained by a rocket-powered airplane, NASA's
X-15, was Mach 6.7.
The Hyper-X program was conducted by NASA's Aeronautics Research
Mission Directorate with the agency's Langley Research Center, Hampton,
Va. Langley was lead NASA center with responsibility for hypersonic tech-
nology development. The NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards;
Calif., is responsible for flight research and testing.


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t tin 2005-2006 and will accept
d election gies for housing production
Researchers have built a world- ing Assistance Plan betwet
record high frequency chip using a Housing Assistance Plan is
common type of semiconductor, an
advance that could lead to inexpen- The geographical area cov
sive systems for detecting hiddenCounty
weapons, and chemical and biologi- corporate Pinellas County
cal agents. Bluffs, Dunedin, Gulfport, I
Engineers at the University of Beach, Oldsmar, Pinellas Pa
Florda and United Micro Electron- ton Shores, Safety Harbor,
ics Corp., a Taiwan- based semicon-
ductor manufacturer, announced late Springs, and Treasure Islan
last week they had built the 105
gigahertz circuit using widespread For all strategies and other
complementary metal oxide semi- first-served basis. Project
conductor, or CMOS, technology -
the same technology found in most tors: (a) economic feasibility
of the chips in ubiquitous personal Of personnel from WAGES a
computers and handheld electronic nical assistance will be prove
devices.
devices._ cation process.
The previous record for CMOS
circuits was 103 gigahertz, reported
in February of last year, but that cir- The local contact person.fo
cuit consumed four times more
power than the newly announced Larry Yancev
circuit and was built using a more
advanced technology. Gigahertz is a Pinellas COUI
measurement of frequency, with one 600 Clevelan
gigahertz equaling 1 billion cycles Clearwater, F
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In a related development, homes.
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have engineered a Schottky diode a
device that allows current to flow in no discrimination on the ba:
a single direction to operate at even tUS, familiar status, national
higher frequencies of up to 1.5 tera-
hertz, or 1.5 trillion cycles.per sec-
ond, using the same CMOS technol-
ogy. That's the highest operating fre-
quency for any devices built with the
mainstream silicon technology. P inel
Engineers have created such
ultrahigh frequency circuits in the OU
past, but they have been too expen-
sive for commercial use because of
the exotic nature of the materials
involved. June 24 2005


Batman Begins


summer with a bang

By Scott Afasano
taff Writer

Gotham's greatest disciplinarian is back. The pointed eared caped cru-
sader, better known as Batman, returned to the big screen for the fifth time
this week.
Understandably, you may be thinking every Batman movie since the
original has gotten gradually worse over the last 15 or so years. There's no
arguing that. In fact, when it was announced that another Batman movie
was being made, it seemed possible that the comic book movie craze could
end where it began. After all, Batman, helped to spark the recent craze when
Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson battled it out as Batman and Joker in the
1989 movie. What followed, however, were three sequels that were per-
haps worthy of some of Batman's memory loss gas. It wasn't too far fetched
to think that another bad Batman movie might bring the frenzy to a halt
(although The Incredible Hulk and Daredevil may have already done that).
Batman Begins starring Christian Bale, however, is a movie that does
something that its predecessors failed to do; That is, tell the story of how
young Bruce Wayne went from a rich kid with a rich family, to crime fight-
ing winged superhero.
In the 1989 version, we learn that a robber murdered Bruce's parents
outside of a theater, but we are given little insight into how that affected
Bruce. Furthermore, we are left wondering where the wealthy lad learned
hand to hand combat and how he came about toting such fascinating gizmos
and weaponry. I'm here to tell you that 15 years following bad sequels and
three different actors portraying the masked man, is a semi-prequel that
helps save Batman's onscreen reputation.
Writer David S. Goyer (Blade and its sequels) and director/ co-writer
Christopher Nolan (Insomnia and Memento) show the audience a side of
Batman they have never seen before. Goyer and Nolan portray Batman as
he was written about in the 1939 Detective Comic book version.
Back then, he was known as the Dark Knight, a masked hero of few
words that not only served justice, but showed no qualms about giving crim-
inals a heavy dose of punishment and pain.
Batman Begins is a dark movie in which the audience is encapsulated
into Batman's psyche, which helps captivate the audience in the same way
that Spiderman did. Some may say that Batman Begins is boring because
the writer/director spends too much time developing character and less time
on action. In my opinion, developing Batman's character sharpens the fight
scenes because the audience becomes more emotionally bonded with him.
Batman Begins follows Bruce as he goes from rich kid to orphan, bat-
tling his fear of bats and his desire to avenge his parent's death. Far from the
days of Keaton, Bale's portrayal of Batman gives little comic relief, but pro-
vides much more depth into Batman's dark side.
Joining Bale on screen is Katie Holmes, who plays Bruce's'love inter-
est and long time friend Rachel Dawes. Holmes' off screen romance with
Tom Cruise was expected to create buzz for Batman Begins. I'm not sure a
buzz is necessary for this film. Unlike Mr. and Mrs. Smith with Brad Pitt
and Angelina Jolie, Batman Begins carries its own weight.
Add Oscar-winners Michael Caine who plays Bruce's butler Alfred and
Morgan Freeman who plays Lucius Fox, Batman's inventor, and Batman
Begins in a big way.
Batman Begins has not only saved the Batman movies as a whole, but
could also be considered one of the best comic book movies of all-time
(along with Superman, Superman II and Spiderman). I will go even further
and say that Batman should give way to more sequels. Something.I never
thought I would find myself wishing for. Grade A.

INELLAS COUNTY- "
HOUSING INITIATIVES
ERSHIP (SHIP) PROGRAM
NOTICE OF FUNDING
AVAILABILITY


receive $3,765,646 in SHIP funds during the Fiscal Year
applications under Homeownership and Rental Strate-
1, preservation, and other activities included in its Hous-
en August 1, 2005 and June 30, 2006. A copy of the
available from the contact person identified below.

ered by the Pinellas County SHIP Program is all of unin-
and the municipalities of Belleair, Belleair Beach, Belleair
ndian Shores, Indian Rocks Beach, Kenneth City, Madeira
ark, North Redington Beach, Redington Beach, Reding-
St. Pete. Beach, Seminole, South Pasadena, Tarpon
id.

activities, applications will be accepted on a first-come,
proposals will be evaluated based on the following fac-
y, (b) location, (c) priority of need and (d) employment
and Workforce Development Initiatives Programs. Tech-
!ided as needed to guide participants through the appli-


r the Pinellas County SHIP Program is:

y, Senior Community Planning Specialist
nty Community Development Department
id Street, Suite 800
Florida 33755
ancey@pinellascounty.org
27) 464-8244
27) 464-8254
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Pinellas News.Friday, June 24,2005 Page 7

Human rights advocate speaks at USF in St. Petersburg


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Human rights advocate Jerry Fowler speaks to a group of people at the USF
In St Petersburg on Tuesday. His lecture titled "GenoCide Emergency of Darfur:
Who Will Survive Today" is based on the ongoing situation in Sudan.


By: Chuck Woods UF
African honeybees also known
as killer bees have entered Florida,
and. a University of Florida
researcher says the aggressive
insects may eventually spread
throughout the state and move into.
other areas of the southeastern Unit-
ed States.
-The bees, which tend to sting in
large numbers, have been found and
stopped at various Florida ports over
the past decade, but now it looks like
they're here to stay, said Glenn Hall,
- an associate professor of entomology
at UF's Institute of Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences. He said Florida's
warm climate is ideal for the bees,
S which could be bad news for the
S state's $16 million honeybee indii-
try.
"If African honeybees become
S established in large numbers over the
next few years, they will affect the
beekeeping industry and the pollina-
tion of many crops," Hall said. "Pub-
lic safety, recreation and tourism
may also be affected, leading to lia-
bility problems."
Hall, a bee geneticist who devel-
oped DNA markers to identify
S African honeybees, said that -- to the
Untrained eye -- they look the same
as resident European honeybees.
African bees more aggressively
Defend their nests than European
Sbees. African bees may swarm as
many as 16 times a year while Euro-
: pean bees swarm about three times a
year, he said.
The African bees invaded five
southwestern states in the 1990s and


For Florida manatees, the eyes'
may have it, say University of Flori-
da researchers studying whether the
mammals' unusually thick tear film
helps protect against disease and
could be used to gauge the endan-
S gered sea cows' ability to fight stress
S from cold water temperatures.
Manatees depend on both natu-
S ral and artificial warm water refuges
like those found near coal-burning
S power plants to survive cold win-
S ters. As older coal-burning power
S plants are phased out in the next 10
to 20 years, researchers fear chronic
exposure to cooler waters could
weaken the large herbivores'
immune system, and they could
S sicken or even die.
By sampling manatees' tear
film in addition to performing other
standard tests, scientists think they
might be able to more efficiently
evaluate manatees' immune system
function and better determine strate-
S gies for rescue, treatment and reha-
bilitation.
The current tear analysis pro-
Sject, believed to be the first of its
S kind, builds on work UF veterinary
scientists published recently in the
journal Veterinary Ophthalmology
that described the abundance of
blood vessels found in manatee
corneas. Blood vessels could have a
tendency to move into the cornea to


have periodically turned up at Flori-
da's deep-sea ports" since 1987, Hall
said. Until recently, swarms entering
through ports such as Jacksonville,
Miami and Tampa have been sisc-
cessfully captured i .bait hives
maintained by the Florida Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Consumer
Services.
"However, new finds in the
Tampa area suggest that African bees
are spreading and becoming estab-
lished in the state, and they are being
Found farther inlandfrom the ports,'"
Hall said. "We-did-nti believe that
enough btls could arrive on ships to
form an established population, but
they did so in Puerto Rico, and now
appear to be doing the same in Flori-
da."
He said the infestation around
Tampa is still small, and the bees are
not unusually aggressive. As isolated
swarms enter one by one through the
ports, daughter African queens from
the swarms have no choice but to
mate with the resident European
male drones. Fortunately, the hybrid
offspring are not as aggressive as
their African parents.
"Once the combination of
hybrids and new introductions reach-
es a critical mass, bees of African
descent will likely start to mate with
each other, resulting in offspring
with more African-like characteris-
tics," Hall said.
He said that the arrival of
African bees is not unexpected and
should not be viewed with undue
alarm at this time.
"Concerns about the bees have
been exaggerated, with some media


supply oxygen because the tear film
creates a barrier so thick thai oxygen
present in air can't penetrate it, said
Don Samuelson, a professor of oph-
thalmology in the Marine Mammal
Medicine program at UF's College
of Veterinary Medicine.
Manatees are believed to have
the thickest tear film of any sea
mammal, and possibly of any ani-
mal, Samuelson said. In general,
mammals produce tears to protect
against infection, because the eye
itself does not have immune system
components.
"Through this protection
against the potential for infection,
the manatee is able to enter murky
waters just rich with potential
pathogens," Samuelson said. "For
that reason, we think this very thick
tear film, undoubtedly rich with
antimicrobial components, serves to
protect in areas that could otherwise
be devastating."
Researchers speculate that
tears, which. can be collected with-
out removing manatees from the
water using a small, soft cotton
swab, may one day be used along
with or instead of blood tests to
assess health status and to gauge
whether the mammals were recently
exposed to health threats such as red
tide. Ongoing UF studies are explor-
ing the relationship between the tear


By Scott Afasano
Staff Writer

The University of South Florida in St. Peters-
burg had a special guest speaker come to the cam-
pus on Tuesday to help open' people's eyes to
worldwide genocide.
Jerry Fowler who heads the Washington
D.C.-based Committee on Conscience, an organi-
zation guiding the genocide prevention efforts of
the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,
spoke particularly on genocide in Darfur, located
in Sudan.
"The problem of genocide did not end with
the holocaust," said Fowler. "It was only the
start."
SSudan is about the size of the United States,
east of the Mississippi River. The area of Darfur
is located in the West ard is about the size of
Texas.
Fowler made it clear that the current situation
of the government in Sudan is one of corruption,
greed and hate.
"The government in Sudan (located in the
capital Khartoum) is run mainly by Arab Mus-
lims," said Fowler. "Most of the people in Darfur
are not Muslim, which the government is trying
to get rid of."
The skirmish began over resources. The
government in Sudan was taking all the resources
and not spreading them out evenly throughout the
country.


and motion pictures portraying
swarms of deadly, stinging insects
invading cities," Hall said. "Never-
theless, it's important to be aware.
African bees have attacked and
killed people and livestock in Africa,
in South and Central America, and in
other states."
There have been 14 fatalities in
the United States, and hundreds of
nonfatal stinging incidents have been
reported.
Neither the European nor
SAfrican race of honeybee is native to
the Americas, Hall said. The Euro-
'paf honeybee (Apis mellifera) has
been managed by commercial and
hobby beekeepers worldwide for
many centuries, selected for desir-
able traits such as gentleness, honey
production, tendency not to swarm,
winter hardiness and disease resis-
tance.
On the other hand, the African
honeybee (Apis mellifera scutellata)
is adapted for survival in Africa's
harsh environment where climate,
predation and other factors have pro-
duced a hardy race, Hall said.
In the 1950s, Brazilian scientists
thought that the bees from tropical
regions in Africa might thrive in
South America's tropical environ-.
ment better than the previously
imported European honeybees.
"They were right," Hall said.
"Once the African honeybees were
released in Brazil, they quickly
spread throughout South and Central
America, advancing up to 300 kilo-
meters a year through the tropics into
Mexico. It was only a matter of time
until the African honeybee popula-


film and blood vessel formation.
"One of the findings of our ear-:
lier work was that there is absolute-
ly no pathology involved in the for-
mation of these manatee blood Ves-
sels, which in other species occur
predominantly because of trauma or
disease," Samuelson said. "So the
question is, why do these mammals
have such thick tears that corneal
blood vessels form naturally, even in
,the fetus?"
Samuelson collaborated with.
Roger Reep, a UF professor of neu-
rology, and Jenny Hariper, a recent
doctoral graduate who is now, an
assistant professor at Coastal Geor-
gia Community, College. Together
they examined 26 eyes from 22 indi-
vidual manatees and constructed 3-
D images of the corneas.
"We've completed the evalua-
tion and mapped the blood vessels,
so we know where within the cornea
they are located and how many there
are," Samuelson said. "Our next
goal is to start examining the tears
and evaluate them with regard to the
whole animal's health status."
He added that the recent study
clearly documented the fact that
these blood vessels are present, do
not appear to interfere with manatee
vision and appear to be a part of
manatee anatomy beginning in the
embryO.


"Sudan is like a giant sink," said Fowler.
"And the capital city of Khartoum is the drain."
Eventually the government decided it would
unite with Southern Sudan and its large popula-
tion of muslims, giving them food, supplies and
goods. That left Darfur without much of any-
thing. This caused a civil war between the people
in Darfur and the disingenuous government.
"They figured the best way to resolve the
problem was to ju.t kill off the people in Darfur,"
said Fowler.
That they did. In 2003 80,000 people were
killed and hundreds of thousands murdered since
the start of the war. Women are typically raped
and men and boys are captured and killed. Over
two million people have been forced to leave their
homes. Many of them fled to the country of Chad
where Fowler spent a couple of weeks last May.
"People had to walk for nearly two weeks to
get to Chad to escape Darfur," said Fowler.
"These people were just thrown into a place
where they couldn't survive without assistance."
According to Fowler, the situation in Chad
where people are without homes is brutal. In the
summer4 the temperature can reach 115 degrees
and during the rainy season, it will pour every day
for about two hours.
"With the rainy season it is hard to distribute
food and proper supplies because the roads are
wet," said Fowler. "Aid with rain comes
mosquitoes which carry malaria."
Fowler compared the -situation in Darfur to


tion reached the United States.".
Movements of African honey-
bees have been tracked more closely
than any other invasive insect. First
detected in the southernmost coun-.
ties of Texas in 1990, they quickly,
'spread to New Mexico, Arizona and
California by 1993. Since then, they
have moved into southern Nevada
and Utah. :
Many of the- wild (feral)
colonies of honeybees in these states
are of African descent, making it dif-
ficult for beekeepers to manage
European honeybeesv''A~i'ieep out
African'honeybee genes. In areas
colonized by African bees, regular
beekeeping operations with Euro-
pean honeybees are disrupted, and
costs of management are increased.
Because of urbanization in
Florida and public fears over African
bees, coupled with increasing liabili-
ty, apiary sites could be more diffi-
cult to obtain in the future, Hall said.
These concerns along with the
marginal income from beekeeping -
could discourage beekeepers in the
future. That would decrease the
availability of bees and increase the
price of renting bee colonies that are
essential for the pollination of crops.
"Large populations of European
honeybees managed by beekeepers
are probably our best defense against
African bees," Hall said. "The Euro-
pean honeybees compete with
African bees for food sources. Whenn
they interbreed with the African
bees, defensive stinging behavior in.
their offspring is reduced."


."With that in mind, we are
examining the tears to see what they
exactly consist of, particularly with
regard, to the anti-infectious compo-
nent," Samuelson said. "This may
eventually be an opportunity to
examine an individual manatee's
state of health with regard to their
immune system by analyzing their
teas."
Tear analysis is being used in
liuman ophthalmology and is in its
early stages in veterinary medicine,
he said.
Kendal Hart, assistant director
of UF's Marine Mammal Medicine
program, is collaborating with
Samuelson on a large federal Fish
and Wildlife Service research initia-
tive to assess the immune function
of manatees at Homosassa Springs
State Park. She is coordinating sam-
ple, and data collection' for the UF
veterinary college as part of the pro-
jedt. .
"We suspect that manatees'
thick, mucusy tear film likely con-
tains proteins, such as antibodies,
that would prevent bacteria and
other pathogens from causing dis-
ease," Harr said. "We are currently
developing qualitative assays to
measure antibodies in blood as.well
as in tear film and milk."


the situation in Bosnia in the early 90's. He
believes that the reason the Bosnia situation was
resolved was because of interest from the public,
particularly the United States. He believes the sit-
uation in Darfur is being neglected and over-
looked.
"I'm not sure if it has to do with race," he
said. "That may be, but children are children and
they are dying. The question is who-will survive
today?"
Fowler believes the people in Darfur are los-
ing hope that they will receive help. He says that-
many of the people keep journals of the mas-
sacres they witnessed. They write them in
English in hopes that a journalist will come by
and get their stories told so that people of the
world know how bad their situation is.
"The way to defeat the problem in Darfur is
to get the public to care," said Fowler. "Let the
media know you care about.it. I think people
would care, but they have their own agendas. We
just need to inform these people."
Fowler emphasized the point of cominunica-
tion in order to get politicians to take a better look
at the situation in Darfur..
"Make this a community effort to take the
message to the groups we are apart of," he said.
"Politicians have to know that the situation mat-
ters to the public. Ifit is an issue to the public, the
politicians will respond. We need to raise our
voices and become heard."


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African honeybees becoming established in Florida


Military news

Navy Airman Apprentice Robert M. Sprewtall, son of Eilenn M.
Sprewtall of Palm Harbor, Fla. and Robert A. Sprewtall of Tarpon Springs.
Fla., and his shipmates recently participated in exercise Talisman Saber in
.eastern Australia while assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Boxer.
homeported in San Diego. .. '
The exercise is the first of a bienneal series of exercises aimed at fur-
ther developing and enhancing the defense relationships between the United
States and Australia and focused on crisis -action planning and execution of
contingency response operations.
Sprewtall is one of more than 11, 000 United States and 6. 000 Aus-
tralian personnel from all branches of the Armed Forces participating in the
exercise.
Sprewtall's ship is an amphibious assault ship with a primary mission to
embark, deploy and land elements of a Marine landing force by helicopter.
Landing Craft Air Cushion or amphibious assault vehicle.
Sprewtall joined the Navy in September 2003.
For more information on the deployment and to download high resolu-
tion photographs, visit the USS Boxer web-site at http://www.boxer.
navy.mil.
Navy Seaman Jason R. Hamilton, son of Karen D. and Robert G.
Hamilton of St. Petersburg, Fla., recently completed U.S. Na'y basic train-
ing at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program, Hamilton completed a variety of train-
ing which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval cus-
toms, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, anrdshipboard.and air-.,
craftsafety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fithess......
r The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations". This exercise
gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet
"Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sac-
rifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the prac-
tical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor. Courage
and Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy" flavor was designed to take into
account what it means to be a Sailor. .
Hamilton is a 2004 graduate of St. Petersburg High School of St. Peters--
burg, Fla.
SNavy Petty Officer 3rd Class lan A. Hyde, son of Candace Burroughs
of St. Petersburg, Fla., and his shipmates are in the middle of a scheduled
deployment, while assigned to the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge,
homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Hyde's ship deployed with USS Ashland, USS Ponce and USS Gonza-
lez as part of the USS Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group in support of
the global war on terrorism and Operations Enduring/Iraqi Freedom.
The primary mission of Hyde's ship's is to embark, deploy and land ele-
ments of a Marine landing force by helicopter, landing craft air cushion or
amphibious assault vehicle.
Hyde is a 1998 graduate of Northeast High School of St. Petersburg,
Fla. and joined the Navy in February 2001.
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Irene E. Claudio, daughter of Eileen
Fries of Norfolk, Va. and Anthony Claudio of St. Petersburg, Fla., and her
shipmates are in the middle of a scheduled deployment, while assigned to
the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge, homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Claudio's ship deployed with USS Ashland, USS Ponce and USS Gon-
zalez as part of the USS Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group in support of
the global war on terrorism and Operations Enduring/Iraqi Freedom.
The primary mission of Claudio's ship's is to embark, deploy and land
elements of a Marine landing force by helicopter, landing craft air cushion
or amphibious assault vehicle.
Claudio is a 1999 graduate of Woodside High School of Newport News,
Va. and joined the Navy in August 1999.
Navy Hospitalman Recruit Cory R. Huston, son of Cynthia L. Pold-
en and Thomas L. Huston of Largo, Fla., recently graduated from the Basic
Hospital Corps School at Naval Hospital Corps School, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the 14-week course, Huston learned a wide range of medical
procedures used to provide first aid and assist Navy doctors and nurses. Hus-
ton also received an introductory instruction for service in a variety of med-
ical environments, from fleet hospitals and shipboard medical departments
to fleet Marine forces and medical administration offices.
Huston's newly acquired skills and knowledge will enable his to help
provide quality health care to Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their
families. Huston's first assignment after school will involve direct patient
.care, but with his training, Huston can work in several areas, including first
aid and assisting with minor surgery, pharmacy and laboratory analysis,
patient transportation, and'food service inspections.
Huston is.a 2004 graduate of Dixie Hollins High School of St. Peters-
burg, Fla. and joined the Navy in November 2004.
SMarine Corps Pfe. Bradley R. Garbutt a 2002 graduate of Northeast
High School, St. Petersburg, Fla., recently reported for duty with Marine
Winig Support Squadron 273, 2nid Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air
Station; Beaufort, S. C.
Garbutt joined the Marine Corps in October 2004.
Navy Fireman Recruit William E. Beebe, son of Virginia Beebe of St.
Petersburg, Fla., and his shipmates are in the middle of a scheduled deploy-
ment, while assigned to the dock landing ship USS Ashland, homeported in
Norfolk, Va...
Beebe's ship deployed with USS Kearsarge, USS Ponce and USS Gon-
zalez as part of the USS Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group in support of
the globaliwar on terrorism and Operations Enduring/Iraqi Freedom.
Dock landing ships like USS Ashland transport and launch amphibious
Craft and vehicles with their crews and embarked personnel in amphibious
assault operations..
Beebe is a 2004 graduate of Alfred Almond Central High School of
Alfred Station, N. Y..


Manatee eyes could be window to health status













Florida State University


thanks Seminoles for


historic vote of support


Rays notes


File pnol
Michael Clayton had 80 catches for 1193 yards and seven touchdowns in his
rookie season.

Bucs receiver Michael Clayton


to sign autographs tomorrow
The Tampa Bay Buccaneer's No. 1 draft pick in 2004, wide receiver
Michael Clayton, will be at Authentic Team Merchandise/Buccaneer Heav-
en to sign autographs for fans Saturday, June 25, 2005 from 10:00 a.m. to
noon.
A $10 donation, all of which will go to Clayton's charity of choice, is
all it takes for fans to obtain an autograph. Autographs will be limited and
fans must obtain an autograph ticket from Authentic Team Merchandise.
Tickets are limited to. one, per fan and can be purchased by stopping by
Authentic Team Merchandise or by calling 1-800-881-BUCS (2827) to pur-
chase your ticket and item to be signed. Out of town subscribers to Pewter
Report can get Clay ton's autograph by calling 813-908-2827.
To get to Buccaneer Heaven, take 1-275 to Fletcher Avenue in Tampa
and go north on Florida Avenue, or take the Bearss Avenue exit and go south
on Florida Avenue. Theastore is located on the east side of the street at 1483
North Florida Avenue, just south of Bearss.

City of Largo to host national

AAU diving championship
Not since the 1970's has the National Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)
provided a National forum for Diving but July 25-31, 2005 this event is
reborn in Largo, Florida at the Southwest Aquatic Complex located at 13120
Vonn Road. Combined efforts of the City of Largo Recreation, Parks and
Arts Department, WFLA Lightning Diving, Pinellas County Sports Com-
mission and AAU are working together to offer this dynamic and first time
event in over 20 years.
The parade of athletes and official welcome by City of Largo Mayor
Jackson will be at 6:30pm on Monday July 25, 2005 at the, aquatic complex.
According to the local organizing group, WFLA Lightning Diving, teams
from throughout the country have already registered and an expected 600
competitors will converge on Largo for the event. This seven (7) day event
will produce ongoing competition from 8:00am till 6:00pm daily. Simulta-
neous competition will occur on the one meter springboard, three meter
springboard and tower diving each day.
There is no fee to enter for spectator viewing, though parking and
bleacher seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Concessions are avail-
able, which support the local WFLA Diving team. Competitors range in age
groups from 10 and under to 16-18 and are top-tier athletes from around the
United States.


Florida State University Presi-
dent T.K. Wetherell last Friday, June
17, received a resolution supporting
FSU's use of the "Seminole" name
when he became the first FSU pres-
ident to be invited to a meeting of
the Seminole Tribe of Florida's Trib-
al Council, the tribe's chief govern-
ing body.
The resolution comes amid the
National Collegiate Athletics Asso-
ciation's scrutiny of FSU's use of the
Seminole name as well as the use of
American Indian nicknames by 30
other NCAA member universities.
"We are deeply grateful to the Semi-
nole Tribe of Florida," Wetherell
said after receiving the resolution in
the meeting at the tribe's Big
Cypress Reservation. "The message
I received was clear," Wetherell
said. "As the tribe's storied history
shows, the Florida Seminoles are an
unconquered, sovereign and inde-
pendent people. Florida State is
exercising its own independent spir-
it in suggesting that the NCAA
accept an early recommendation of
its own committee and' leave these
decisions to each university."
The Tribal Council's resolution
reads, in part, that the "Seminole
Tribe of Florida has an established
relationship with Florida State Uni-
versity, which includes its permis-
sion to use the name, 'Seminole,' as
well as various Seminole symbols
and images, such as Chief Osceola,
for educational purposes ? and the
Seminole Tribe of Florida wishes to
go on record that it has not opposed,
and, in fact, supports the continued
use of the name 'Seminole.'" The
resolution also supports the use of
the Seminole head logo, which is
endorsed by the university.
"That they chose to go on
record and formally reaffirm that
they trust us to be good stewards of
their name and traditions is hum-
bling," Wetherell said. "We will con-
tinue to treat those traditions and the
Seminole name with honor and
respect."
The resolution also invites FSU
"to continue their relationship and
collaborate on the development of
logos and nicknames that all mem-
bers of the Seminole Tribe of Flori-
.da and officials and students of
Florida State University can be
proud of."


Southern regional water ski

championships bring top

performers to Tampa Bay
Five water ski show teams will compete June 25-26 at the American
Water Ski Association's annual Southern Regional Water Ski Champi-
onships, where the Tampa Bay team will fight to defend its title as Southern
Regional Water Ski Champions. The team is hosting this year's competition
at their show site on Tower Lake in Oldsmar. The water ski show competi-
tions are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, all events are open to the public at
no charge and parking is free. The Tampa Bay Water Ski Show Team com-
petes on Sunday in individual and team events.
The top skiers in the region will also battle it out for wins in individual
and group categories that include pyramid, swivel ski, barefoot, -jump and
trick skiing, among others. The high-flying events are a combination of ath-
letics and theatrics, with skiers performing in glittering costumes to musical
themes.
This year the Tampa Bay Water Ski Show Team hopes to have a "three-
peat," making them the first team to win three years in a row. Natascha
Stauffer will lead the Tampa team as Show Director, a first for her in a
regional tournament. Stauffer is one of many veteran skiers with the team.
Jaclyn LeDoux, 23, will defend her title as winner of the swivel ski
event. A swivel ski is a slalom ski with a special ball-bearing binding that
rotates 360 degrees. It incorporates the graceful aspects of ballet and dance
but can also be described as an extreme sport for the strength and stamina it
takes to balance backwards on one leg behind a moving boat.
Competing teams include Gatorland, from Melrose, Fla.; Southern
Extreme from Estero, Fla.; Ski-A-Rees from Sarasota, Fla. and Carolina
Show Ski Team, from Tega Cay, S.C.
Competing skiers have performed professionally' at theme parks around
the country, to include Sea World and Cypress Gardens.' Some have per-
formed internationally with Stars of Florida.
The weekend includes theme and water sports exhibits, food conces-
sions, raffle prizes, music and entertainment.
The Tampa Bay Water Ski Show Team is a non-profit organization affil-
iated with USA Water Ski, http://www.usawaterski.org, the national govern-
ing body for organized water skiing in the U.S. Membership is open to
water skiers at all levels, potential water skiers and family members. The
team is.sponsored by Boat & Motor Supex Stores, Forte Inboard Connection,
Mastercraft and Bay Area Water Sports.
Tower Lake is located behind the Oldsmar Flea Market with the
entrance on Douglas Road between Racetrack Road and Burbank Road.
From Tampa Rd. (Hillsborough Ave.), turn north onto Racetrack Rd., then
left onto Douglas Rd. For more information, call 727-397-8904 (Pinellas
County.) or 813-265-9685 (Hillsborough County.) or go to www.tampawa-
terski.com.





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The full resolution reaffirms the
Seminole Tribe of Florida's commit-
ment and relationship with Florida
State University and calls for that
intent to be expressed in a letter to
the FSU President's Office.
"I'm very pleased to see this
partnership put to paper," said FSU
Board of Trustees Chairman Jim
Smith. "It reflects what is already in
place a longstanding, honest rela-
tionship between the university and
the tribe."
Andy Haggard, vice chairman
of the FSU Board of Trustees,
attended the Tribal Council meeting
with Wetherell, "The respect and
admiration we have for the Semi-
nole Tribe of Florida is boundless,"
Haggard said. "This is fitting and
proper, and really lays the ground-
work for other shared initiatives."
Many traditions are already in
place at FSU. A Seminole color
guard participates in every com-
mencement ceremony. A Seminole
junior princess participates in the
Homecoming parade and crowns the
Homecoming princess and chief.
FSU administrators also regu-
larly travel to Seminole reservations
to recruit students to be "Seminole
Scholars." Wetherell established the
scholarships, which pay 80 percent
of a student's tuition. Because of his
efforts, Florida State will have four
new Seminole students this fall, the
ifost ever enrolled at one time. They
will join four Seminole students cur-
rently enrolled. Three other Semi-
nole students are alumni.
But there are other new devel-
opments, Wetherell said, including
plans for master Seminole builders
to construct an authentic chickee (a
Seminole-style shelter) at the uni-
versity's lakeside recreation area
known as the Seminole Reservation
in Tallahassee. At the meeting,
Wetherell also proposed a new
museum on campus, the Center for
Seminole Heritage and Culture; and
proposed the development of. the
first tribal charter school.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida
has almost 3,000 members living on
and off six reservations in Big
Cypress, Tampa, Brighton,
Immokalee, Fort Pierce and Holly-
wood.


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Devil Ray pitcher Casey Fossum has been one of the few consistent pitchers
for the Rays' as of late. The 27-year-old left-hander has 15 strikeouts in his last
two starts, including the Rays first ten strikeout game of the season against the
Milwaukee Brewers on June 14.

The impossible happens...again
On May 7, 1999 at Cleveland's Jacobs Field, the Rays took a 10-2 lead
into the sixth inning and lost to the Indians, 20-11. It was the only time in
major league history a team had lost by nine or more after leading by eight
or more...until Tuesday night. The Rays took a 10-2 lead into the fifth
inning and lost to the New York Yankees, 20-11. John Flaherty was there
for both games. He was the Rays catcher in the 1999 game and is now a
backup catcher for the Yankees.

Night of records
During Tuesday night's debacle against the Yankees, the Rays set seven
club records while tying six more:
Club records set: Most hits by an opponent, 23. Most hits in an inning
by an opponent, 12. Most hits in a game by both clubs, 41. Most homeruns
in a game by both clubs, 9. Most total bases in a game by an opponent, 47.
Mostextra base hits by both clubs, 16. Most total bases in an inning by an
opponent, 27.
Club records tied: Biggest inning by an opponent, 13. Most home runs
in an inning by an opponent, 4. Most consecutive home runs by an oppo-
nent, 3. Most extra base hits by an opponent in an inning, 6. Most-hits and
most runs by an individual opponent, Derek Jeter (five runs, five hits).
Biggest blown lead in defeat, 8. (At Cleveland May 7, 1999).

13-run innings a first
Tuesday night's 13 run eighth inning by the Yankees was the second the
Rays have allowed this season. The other one came at Yankee Stadium as
well on April 18. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, no team has ever
allowed two innings of 13 or more runs in one season.

Runs runs runs
Heading into Wednesday's game the Rays' were allowing a major
league high 451 runs and were on pace to finish with 1,029. Only five teams
since 1900 have allowed that many runs in a season and only one in the last
65 years. Only six teams allowed as many runs as the Rays did through 71
games of the season. One of the other teams was the 2001 Rays who
allowed 454.

Rookies rock The Unit
On Tuesday night, Jonny Gomes and Damon Hollins became the first
pair of rookie tearpmates to homer off Randy Johnson in the same game.
Gomes and New York's Robinson Cano both had nine game hitting streaks
heading into Wednesday's game, the longest by American League rookies
this season;


23-year-old Carl Crawford socked his 41st career triple Tuesday against
the Yankees. In the last 75 years only six players had more triples before the
age of 24. As of Wednesday Crawford had 42 of his 43 RBI from the lead,
off spot. He was on pace for 96 RBI from the leadoff spot for the season.
Only three players in major league history had more than that from the lead-
off spot.

Shining Ray of the week: Jonny Gomes
The Rays' rookie outfielder was on a ten game hitting streak heading
into Thursday, including four home runs, 13 hits and seven RBI.

Slumping Ray of the week:
Travis Harper (pictured below)
Need we say why? The relief pitcher contributed to a 13 run eighth
inning as the Rays blew an eight run lead in losing.20-11 to the Yankees on
Tuesday. In 2/3 of an inning pitched, Harper gave up eight hits and nine
runs. He tied a major league record by giving up. four home runs in one
inning. On the season Harper is 1-6 with an astounding 9.23 ERA.




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