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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 67 NO.5 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 24 PAGES 75 lee Rov Selmon Dies Alter Having Stroke ) SEE PAGE 12 Child Protection Worker Dies After Car len Running SEE PAGE 5 t. I : r : SEE PAGE 9 BAY AREA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION HOLDS QUARTERLY MEETING Bay Area Medical Association (BAMA) held its quarterly meeting Wednesday at the Rusty Pelican Restaurant. Three speakers addressed the medical professionals and their guests. Among the speakers was State Representative Darryl Rouson, Democrat, District 55. Medical professionals in attendance were: Dr. Frederic J. Guerrier, who introduced Rep. Rouson; Dr. Eleanine Hardy-Hunter, Dr. Tatton Williamson, Dr. Robert Sheppard, Dr. Erich Wycoff, Tameka Wycoff, Dr. James B rookins, Dr Jenny Chamblain and Dr. Faith Felder, President of BAMA. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)


Feature Drop Scam Probe Lands 49 In Jail MAR TERRENCE HOLLOWAY ... Leader of Tax Scheme Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor called a press confer ence Friday and announced that a total of 49 people had been arrested in a year-long investigation into tax fraud. Tampa Police and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office discovered the tax scam (known in slang terms ;::: as "The Drop") and began a investigating it on a case-bya: case basis. u.. The agencies realized the C scam was taking place in large proportions and joined forces with the Secret Service and U. S Postal Inspection CJ) Service. They formed the W Cash Back" Task Force in ::::;) t-March to tackle the problem. ij: The task force uncovered varW ious schemes the defendants ii'j utilized to cash the illegally C obtained treasury funds. The result of the task force CJ) arrests was $100 million :::l intercepted tax dollars, $5 m million recovered tax dollars and assets, and $25 million z stolen tax dollars. t:i ...J ...J ::::;) m This week, Operation Rainmaker culminated with the execution of six search warrants. Five of the warrants ...J targeted businesses that .were -W laundering stolen tax dollars. The sixth warrant was execut Z ed at a suspect's home. All of w C/) j: a: 0 ...J u.. RAID FARIA ... Palace Fashion JANICA BULLOCK the suspects are facing charges for utilizing fake identities to file fraudulent tax returns online. Listed below are the target ed businesses, seized proper ty, arid the arrests made. Empire Street Wear, 1925 East Fletcher Avenue; seized property was business computers and files, $19,763 in cash, $58,306-40 in money orders, and $123,266,38 in U. S. Treasury Checks A rental vehicle was seized on the property, and inside was found $7,730 in cash, $124,086 in U. S. Treasury Checks, and $7,630 in cash. Palace Fashions, 2525 East Hillsborough_ Avenue; seized property was $4,625 in cash Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! 31 623' RUSSELL SIMMONS, JR. ... Simmons ,Auto QUINCY WIMBERLY Arrested on 33 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and ID theft was Raid Faria. Advanced Auto Sales 5018 N. 22nd Street; seized property, $2,700 in cash, and $10,500 in money orders. Sq.it World, 5202 North 22nd Street; seized property, $10,162 in cash and five Turbo Tax cards. Arrested was Reem Faria for felon in possession of a firearm Simmons Auto Sales, 4615 North 34th Street; seized property was $25,000 in cash, $13,000 in money orders, $75,000 worth of jew elry, 134 turbo tax cards, a Bentley automobile, 2 Jaguars, 2 computers and business records. Russell Simmons, Jr. was arrested and charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, Identity theft ; and grand theft The 2118 East Caracas Street residence of 1\Jarterence Q. Holloway was raided. Eight cars, $8oo in cash, 3 sets of 28" rims valued at $22,500, a 73 flat screen television, 128 grams of marijuana, and 22 turbo tax cards were seized. Authorities have identified Holloway as the leader of the tax fraud scheme. He was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a school, and possession of marijuana. He also violated probation for failing to appear for a court hearing. Arrested at Holloway's residence was Kenneth Goodson, Quincy Wimberly, and Janica Bullock. They were charged with pos s ession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1 ,000 f ee t of a school and possession of m a rijuana In Operation Rainmaker, REEMFARIA ... Suit World KENNETH GOODSON These are some of the vehicles seized in the tax fraud scheme operation. This Bentley automobile was seized from Russell Simmons, Jr. there were 12 state felony arrests for identity thefts. The United States Secret Service seized a laptop, cellular phone and bank records from a dumpster in the Jackson Court Apartments. A total of 19 vehicles were seized, and $130 million in ca5h and property. News Alert: The FlOrida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 For Loss_ Wages And Medical care Attorneys An AHomey wiH come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occurad Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip&Fall Incidents Loss Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352 Available 24 Hours A Day /7. Days A Week Mk:helle B. Inc.


ffi Middle School Principal Earns Statewide Recognition BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In June, a local middle school principal was informed of a prestigious honor bestowed upon her. She was surprised and hum bled by the news because she was unaware of the nomina tion. Ms. Shaylia McRae, was chosen by the Florida PTA as the "Outstanding Middle School Principal of the Year" for the State of Florida. "I received the notification in June that I was the recipient of the award. I didn't even know the nomination had been submitted, nobody said anything. "I was honored and defi nitely humbled. I know that I have a great staff and faculty, but to know that parents think so highly of you as well, is definitely a humbling expe rience and to know that you were chosen out of everyone in the state really amplifies it," Ms. McRae said. Ms. Karen Cuervo, Chairperson of the PTSA Board submitted the nomina tion in May. In the tion, M 's. Cuervo wrote, "Our principal has gone above and beyond this year to make our school shine bright with the focus of always being on the success of each student by making sure that they reach their highest goals and become the very best that they can be." She further wrote that Ms. McRae made a huge impact on the students, parents, and faculty during her first year as the principal of the school. The daughter of Dr. Sharman P. McRae and the late Robert McRae, MS. SHAYLIA McRAE ... "Outstanding Principal oftheYear" Ms. McRae graduated from King High School. She continued her education at the University of South Florida, where she earned a B. A. in Education. She earned her Master's Degree in Education Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Ms. McRae became a Hillsborough County Classroom teacher in 1999. She became the youngest Assistant Principal in Hillsborough County at 23 years of age. She also became the yoQngest in the county named as principal at age 28 when she became the princi pal of Marshall Middle School in 2005. Ms. McRae had served as the Assistant Principal at Martinez Middle School. She returned to Martinez Middle School as its principal i n 2008 after Ms. Kathy Flanagan received a promo tion. Ms. McRae said Martinez Middle School has been an Arated school for 10 years and one of the top performing schools in the State of Florida. Homeowners Can Receive Free Energv EHiciencv Upgrades To Their Homes As summer temperatures remain high into the fall, so do energy costs. But a local program can help homeown ers keep their monthly bills low. The Weatherization Assistance Program at the Tampa-Hillsborough Action Plan (THAP) provides free energy related repairs and energy upgrades to eligible, low-income homeowners in Hillsborough and Polk coun ties. The program hires local contractors to service homes whose households are within the poverty guideline. Some of the services provided are weather stripping, caulking and other energy efficiency updates. Residents who are interest ed in the program should visit the Tampa-Hillsborough Action Planis Weatherization Department and have their social security card, driver's license, proof of home owner ship, six months of current utility bills and proof of income with them to fill out their application and quickly find out if they are eligible. Interested residents can call (813) 626-4926; Polk County residents should call (863) 519-4444. Online, visit www .FloridaCommunityDeve lopment.org/W AP. CJ) HOPE Center Students Honored At Film Fest c CJ) m "tJ m s: OJ m :c Sterling Ortiz was the director of "The Life Of An Outcast." BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On August 13th, students from HOPE Community Center's Grow Summer Initiative were treated to a red carpet event at John F. Germany Public Library. The event was for the Hillsborough Coun.ty Public Library Cooperative's First Annual Teen Film Festival. HOPE Center students walked away with an award for Best Director and Best Original Score for their short film, "The Life Of An Outcast." The award winning film was also nominated for Best Among the students who were a part of the film were the Grandberry brothers: Jonathan, Emanuel, and Samuel. Actor and Best Supporting Actress. Media Arts Instructor with StudiYo For Kids, Davida Bowen, said the students at the HOPE Center up with the concept for the movie. "The movie was inspired by some of the students' own personal experiences. The film follows the lives of two students: one struggling to gain acceptance from his peers while the other uses anger to ease the burden of neglect at home. "The students also provided the soundtrack for the movie, and another did all the editing." \ Bowen said 15 students were involved in the film, all teen participants in the HOPE Center's summer pro-., gram. r-"The film had to be a total student endeavor with no help from their parents or anyone else. "The finished product Z made the students want to i do another film. Now, they m will be entering the rGasparilla Film Festival and other events." r-Bowen said the students J;i were taught to be ble with their creation to "tJ avoid misinformation, and-c: the need to use the media on their projects. (i) :::z: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., :2 c


... Editorials/Columns CD a: w al w fa.. w en >= C( c en w ::::) 1-c a: u. c z < c en w ::::) .... > a: w > w c W :::t: en ::i al ::::) a.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. What labor oav Means To Us A nd what should Labor Day mean to Black America? Who should we ask who could answer that question? Perhaps, we should ask the millions of African slaves who were kidnapped and transferred against their will to a new land with old and wretched ideas regarding human freedom and dignity. Maybe, we should ask indentured servants and fellow slaves who were made to build and rebuild America until it glistened white as snow and towered like the Rocky Mountains. No doubt, we should ask Black soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen who gave their lives for a dream, which had not yet become a reality. This lazy day, when our most laborious act may be to throw spare-ribs on the barbecue grill, perhaps, before we eat, we should clasp hands, and thank God that our ancestors who were the real laborers, did not die; then for at least ten minutes, one of our elders should remind all of us about the real and actual impact and meaning of American Labor. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) al A Tampa native son, long-since passed, was overheard to say, "As Black people, our struggle is not to prove we are equal. Our struggle is to prove that we are human." ..J And so our experience was named. Though Black hands and Black minds would build Washington, D. C. and other i= great cities, street-by-street, the term "Labor" in its capiZ tal sense would not include African Americans until long after the end of the Civil War. < But our history is not over. We Black Americans still C work for our living. Yet, labor is not only our livelihood. a: It remains our middle name. Indeed, to think of a Black 9 American as lazy is to laugh at the majesty of God Himu. self. So, Black America remember your legacy. Whv Mava IS Not Pleased A merica's readers want to know what would prompt the celebrated Maya Angelou to declare war on the inscription on the recently unveiled MLK monument. Always elegant, even when she's angry, Ms. "M's" well chosen words included a vintage noun, which we editors had not seen since the days of Fatty Arbuckle. She said the inscription, "I was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness," made the 30 foot likenes s and the memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "look like an arrogant twit." Now, we know what arrogant means. But how might "twit" be defined? Says Webster, "A twit is someone who is a silly, annoying person, or a fool." But Maya Angelou, one of America's most celebrated poets: could it ever cross her mind that any verb or parcel of Dr. King's words might make him look "twitish?" oo:t NAAAAH! w Cl Well, you see, what had happened was the committee who chose the MLK quote, decided not to use the entire statement, "If you want to say that I was a drum major, Another Problem For Felons H illsborough County has dealt another blow to the rehab process of felons. It is only 28 jobs, but it is another indication of what the State of Florida's attitude is toward helping convicted felons readjust to life outside of prison and back into the free world. Hillsborough County has cut out 28 work release jobs for felons starting in October. What the State of Florida is doing today is just ware housing prisoners This statement brings me to the question of what is the pur pose of prisons. Is it just a place where convicted people just go to serve their time for a crime? Or, is it a place where a person goes to serve their time for a crime and to reha bilitate themselves away from a life of crime at the same time? I don't believe that Florida knows the answer to that question anymore. Facts seem to indicate that the first ques tion is the answer. Hardly any kind of rehabilitation at all takes place in Florida prisons anymore. Most prisons are not equipped to rehab inmates with drug problems, a lack of education or a lack of any real job skills. Inmates go to prison with these problems, serve their time and leave prison with the same problems. In most cases, these prob lems are worse when they get out. I remember a time not too long ago when rehabilita tion was plentiful and work release programs were almost automatic. Not anymore. Twenty-eight work release jobs in Hillsborough County are now a big deal. Today, inmates get out of Black-Eved-Peas And Okra: Slave Cuisine And Soul Food H olidays are always great opportunities for fam ily gatherings and enjoying "down home soul food." One of my favorite family dishes is black-eyed-peas with ham hocks and okra pods laid on top of them, both traditional African foods (minus the ham hocks, of course) and a New Year's delight. Okra and black-eyed-peas are two of the basic foods brought from Mrica to the Americas and Caribbean in 1 1658 by slave ships for feeding their enslaved cargo. When dried, okra can be stored for months, then soaked in water and eaten as if freshly picked. Also known as "lady fin gers," or "gumbo," okra origi nated in the area that is present-day Ethiopia, Mrica where it is called "okwurw" (Igbo) and "kingombo" (Bantu). More okra is pro duced in Ghana, Benin, and the Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire) than in any other Mrican country. Okra is among the most heat, poor soil and drought tolerant vegetable species in the world. Earliest accounts of its existence appear in the writings of a Span ish-Moor who visited Egypt in 1216 Used in soups, stews, gumbo, and deep fried, okra is the national dish of Trinidad, Tobago, the Barbados, and is the secret ingredient of delica cies throughout New Orleans. In Nigeria, "draw soup," made with okra and is eaten by dipping pressed yams into it. Okra leaves are also often eaten raw in salads and its seeds are pressed for its oil that is high in unsaturated fats. Roasted okra seeds are also used to make coffee. When steamed on top of highly soned cooked greens, peas, or beans, okra is at its best (smile)! Although grown around the world, black-eyed-peas were first domesticated in West Africa. Also called "cow peas," "black-eye-bean," "china-beans," in Africa, black eyed-peas are called "okara" (Nigeria and Sierra Leone) and "akla" or koose'" (Ghana). Black-eyed-peas are actu ally beans and were introduced to Southern America in the mid 16oo's in Virginia. The jail and within three years they are back. The main rea son being that they return from jail just like they were when they went to jail or worse. They go to jail with no marketable job skills and they get out with no such skills. Nobody is asking anybody to be soft on crime But, it is a fact that the State of Florida needs to do a better job of preparing inmates for a life after prison. I know that it is not possible to save or help every inmate. Some of .them don't want to be helped, but a lot of them do. Inmates are coming into the prison system for the first time fast enough. We do not need repeat offenders coming in just as fast. When you con sider the number of people in our prison system I ask, what is 28 jobs? It isn't about the jobs in stead, it has to do with Florida's philosophy about the treatment and rehabilitation of inmates. The penal system must do more than just penalize in mates. it should strive to pre vent first time offenders from becoming second time offend ers. heat loving, drought-resistant and nearly disease and pest free black-eye-pea is an excel lent source of calcium, folate and vitamin A. Because the plant blossom produces large quantities of nectar, large fields are used as a source of honey. Black-eye-peas did not become a common table food until after the Civil War. During the Civil War, Union troops destroyed all stored food, crops and live stock that they could not use Because they thought the black-eyed-pea plants were only used to feed animals, they left the "field peas" alone. The popularity of the black-eyed pea as a food staple took root. George Washington Carver promoted the planting of black-eyed-peas among farm ers because the plants en riched the soil by releasing nitrogen. The largest production and consumption of black-eye peas take place in Nigeria where they are also used as flour, in puddiqgs, in cakes, and in fritters. In fact, pan-fried black eyed-pea fritters and balls are traditional street foods in Nigerian As frit ters, they are served .for break fast, snacks, as appetizers, or to complement meals. Slaves Johns" (rice and black-eye-peas With ham hocks) to bring prosperity and atten

Local fictures From The fast en Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Victim Identified As Child Protection Investigator A Tampa woman has died and two others were injured as a result of carbon monox ide poisoning. The victims were discovered Thursday morning at an apartment comple x Two of the victims of the poisoning were identified as Ms. Kashundra Joyner, 20 who is recov e ring at Uni versity Community Hospital and her roommate, Ms. Rebecca Hawk. Ms. Hawk, 23, died of exposure The third victim was only identified as a 62-year-old woman who was treated and released. According to Tampa Po lice, a maintenance worker smelled an odor outside of a building at the Vista Grande Apartments, 5207 Cypress Palms Lane around 9 a.m., Thursday. He recognized the odor and began to evacuate residents. Upon the arrival of fire rescue three victims were transported to University Community Hospital. Ms. Hawk, graduated from the University of South Florida and was hired by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office as a Child Protec tion Investigator. She completed her training on August 26th. Her supervisor said Ms. Hawk had been employed REBECCA HAWK ... died of carbon monoxide poisoning for 10 weeks and was in the first week of field training at the time of her death. "Rebecca was always smiling, she had a promising career and was just a lovely woman," the supervisor said During their investigation police determined that a 22year-old man who lives with his father at the complex, parked his 2011 Gray Mazda in the garage at 8:30 p.m., and left the vehicle running. Police have not identified the man, but said they are meeting with the Hillsbor ough County State Attorney's Office to determine if any charges will be filed or if the -death will be ruled acciden tal. TECO warns Customers Of Credit Card Scam Tampa Electric is warning its customers about a recent telephone scam The caller is apparently attempting to gain access to the customer's credit card information. According to Tampa Elec tric, during the past two weeks, the company has re ceived several complaints from medical and health-re lated businesses that some one impersonating a Tampa Electric representative has called their office from a blocked phone number The caller sometimes identified as Jonathan Smith or Donovan Smith, claims the customer's ac count will be disconnected within 24 hours because of an unsigned check or an ex pired credit card. He then re quests a credit or debit card number to avoid the discon nection. In at least one case, a customer supplied a credit card number, which was later used illegally. Tampa Electric never calls to ask for credit card or debit card numbers. Tampa Elec tric advises its customers to contact the company for ver ification before providing any personal information. In Hillsborough County, call 813-223-0800; in Polk County, call 863-299-0800; and in all other areas, call1 888-223-08oo. All Tampa Electric team members and contractors doing work for Tampa Elec tric are required to carry photo identification cards. If someone claiming to be a Tampa Electric representa tive visits your home or busi ness, request to see their badge or please call the com pany to verify their identity. Modeling the latest fashions at an event are: Ms. Vivian Smmons; Ms. Doris Grey and Ms. Ruby French. "First Friday" is a popular social networking event that attracts young professionals. Among those in attendance were: Jerome Fulton, Director; Karel Dopwell, Darius Saunders, Roscoe BroWn and Rod Brooks. m m .::tJ f\) 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 ::0 en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m r-(/) ::J: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., ::0 c The graduation ceremony at Leto High School was a special occasion for this family. They included: James Flowers, Traci Flowers, Keith Flowers, Eric Flowers and Sandra Flowers._ Cl'l


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Local Commissioners Approve New Emergencv Operations Center LES MILLER, JR. Hillsborough County Commissioner, District 3 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although it is more than a year away, Hillsborough County Commissioners have laid the groundwork for a new Emergency Operations Cen ter. Construction will be com plete for the $31.4 million facility in 2013. The decision to construct the new building took place during a meeting on Tuesday in a 6-o vote. Commissioner Mark Sharpe was absent. Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., said the current building is just not sufficient for the needs of the people. "It is old, it can't withstand hurri cane force winds, it can't ac commodate the number of people that will be there dur ing an emergency, and there are a number of reasons that make a new building neces sary. "We took an oath and citi zens expect to receive emer gency information. It is very important that the citizens re ceive this information as soon as possible, whether it is about a hurricane, tornado, or man made disaster." Commissioner Miller further stated that the funding for the new building, which will be located on Columbus Drive between Falkenburg Road and U. S. 301, will be paid for with money bonded over a 30 year period. The county will repay the bonding agency $1.5 million per year, which will come from commu nications taxes such as cell phones and cable. "It's important that people understand the building will not be paid for with property taxes," he said. In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew caused bil lions of dollars in damage in South Florida. Commissioner Miller said building codes changed after Hurricane Andrew and the cur rent Emergency Operations Center was built under the old building codes. Upon comple tion, the new building will be able to withstand Category 5 winds.


Local <0 a: w IJJ := w 1-a.. w U) c U) w ::;) 1-c a: LL c z <( c U) w ::;) 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: U) ::i m ::;) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..J w z i= z w U) <( c a: 0 ..J LL Free SAT Prep Courses Offered BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County School District is offering free SAT prep courses at var ious locations throughout the county. The prep courses will be offered during the months of September, Octo ber, February, March, April, and May. The classes are ear marked for students in grades 9 through 12. Stu dents who plan to attend the courses must submit an ap plication that they will ob tain from their school guidance offices. Ms. Kristin Waskiewicz, of the Hillsborough County School District said that once the students sub mit the completed applica tions, they will be given a login ID and password. "They attend the session and after it is over, they can login and continue accessing the online course from school or at home This usu ally costs, so it is a great op portunity for students to prepare for the test." The prep courses for the first testing period, which will take place on October 151, will take place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sep-.'.;. fif.iofAIS"' j 7;,1-f/. (}Wt,et tember 10, 17, and 241 h. The courses will take place at the following high schools: Bloomingdale, Brandon, Chamberlain, East Bay, Freedom, Gaither, Newsome, Plant, and Sickles High School. The second session will take place on Saturdays, October 8, 15, 22, and 29 in preparation for the test on November 51h. This session will be held at Alonso, Bioomingdale, Brandon, Chamberlain, Durant, Gaither, Newsome, Plant, and Wharton High School. The session will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. Political Assistant Has Unique Role 01 Helping Others Ms. Belinda Casellas-Allen has served as administrative assistant to elected officials on the local, county and congressional levels. BY IRIS B. HOLTON tor hired Ms. Casellas-Sentinel City Editor Allen as her Congressional Assistant Of the position she If one were to choose a said, "I don't look at how it single word to describe the will affect me, but what I can stability of an assistant to a do now to serve the conpolitician, that word would stituents and represent the "uncertainty." However, deoffice." spite the fear of stabilitY, the Coming from a family position offers its own rewhere politics has always wards. been a popular topic, Ms. Ms. Belinda Casellas-Casellas-Allen said her de-Allen didn't set out to work cision to choose this field was in the field of politics. In fact, easy. after graduating from high Ms. Casellas-Allen said school, she moved to New she the position dictates that York and entered the workyou make financial plans for force. the future. She doesn't worry When she returned to about her employer not being Tampa, she entered corporate re-elected or being affected by America and worked in term limits. She just waits for Human Resources for several another opportunity years. Meanwhile other famA Tampa native, Ms. ily members had found em-Casellas-Allen has been a ployment in the political widow for 26 years. She is the arena. mother of 2, Hillsborough Her brother, Gilbert County Deputy Jason Casellas, was appointed by Allen and Ms. Maria President Bill Clinton to Allen, a Winter Haven adserve as General Counsel of vertising firm manager. She is the Air Force and Chairman also the grandmother of 3. of the E. E. 0. C. of the United She is a member of St. States. He received Senate Joseph's Catholic Church and confirmations for both posienjoys decorating, traveling, tions. and dancing. Her sister, Ms. Victoria She is the daughter of the Springer, worked for the late Mr. and Mrs. John late Mrs. Sylvia Kimbell, (Yolanda) Allen and she the late Dr. Sandra Wilson also has a younger brother, Hannah, and Rev. Steve. Thomas Scott as an Admin-Ms. Casellas-Alle:it said istrative Assistant for the she really enjoys working for Board of County Commis-Congresswoman Castor sioners. When her sister and that she has a wonderful tired and moved out ofstate, staff. She looks forWard to Ms. applied -. heirole oflietphig for the position. When Rev. others. Scott was elected to serve on "You pave to be commitCity Council, she again served ted and have the desire to as his Administrative ASsls::,.-heip It is just so rewarding tant. when you help a person with Recently, u. S. Con-a probiem and everything gresswoman Kathy Cas-comes outright," she said.


2 c Bill Gates Announces 2012 ScholarshiP Program For low-Income Minoritv Students Gates' non-profit organi zation is giving away 1,000 scholarships for the 2011-2012 school season Bill Gates, founder of Mi crosoft Nationwide (Black News.com) The Gates Millennium Scholarship Pro gram (GMS) will select 1,000 talented students next year to receive a good-through graduation scholarship to use at any college or university of their choice. Scholars will also be pro vided with personal and pro fessional development through their leadership pro grams, along with academic support throughout their col lege career. The program, funded by a grant from the Bill& Melinda Gates Foundation, was estab lished to provide outstanding low income minority stu dents with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any dis cipline area of interest : To date, the program has given scholarships to more than 15,000 students. Continuing scholars may request funding for a gradu ate degree program in one of the following discipline areas: education, engineer ing, library science, mathe matics, public health or science. The deadline for submitting an application is Wednesday, 11, 2012. To apply, visit www.black students.com/billgates. Tranic Camera Program Goes Into Enect October 1 The City of Tampa has completed construction on eight of the City's 28 intersec tion safety cameras. The cam eras will be activated on October 1st and motorists will be given a 30-day period in which warnings will be given. Effective October 31st, mo torists will be given a fine for going through a red traffic sig nal. The citations will be is sued for failure to stop on red. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, "First and foremost, Stop on Red Tampa is about enhancing road safety for our residents. Of course we have busy lives, but there are sim ply too many distracted and aggressive drivers these days, and I want to do all I can to change this behavior, encour age people to slow down, and stop on red." The cameras will capture still images and video of red light running violations. Warning signs alerting drivers to intersection safety cameras will be installed prior to the warning period. The program is adminis tered by American Traffic So lutions, Inc. (ATS) and each violation will be reviewed and approved by the City of Tampa Police Department prior to issuance. The cameras have already been installed at the following locations: Busch Blvd., and Nebraska, Fowler and Ne braska, Hillsborough and Ne braska, Hillsborough and Armenia, Hillsborough and Lois, Gandy and W estshore Blvd. Installation is underway at the following locations: Adamo Drive and N. soth Street, Hillsborough and N. 22"d Street, S. Dale Mabry and Gandy Blvd., Kennedy Blvd., and Ashley, S. Dale Mabry and Kennedy Blvd., Columbus Drive and N. Dale Mabry, Kennedy Blvd., and S. Dale Mabry, and Busch Blvd., and Florida Avenue. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 Group Announces Tribute To Tampa's Teen Dance Creator (/) m "'C -t m s: aJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer turned out," said one Isaac Hayes impersonator. _?) During the mid-1960s, Mr. Charles Chester "Gay Pappa" Miles was an Algebra teacher at Howard W. Blake High School. He was also very interested in providing students with some kind of recreational outlet after school. "Mr. Miles gave us all N something to do on Friday It was during that time Mr. Miles created teen dances that were held in the gymnasium at Blake. The event was so successful it started drawing bigger crowds, so he moved the teen dances to the Gasparilla Room at Curtis Hixon Hall. CHARLES CHESTER "GAY PAPPA" MILES tribute to him and speak on how he effected the lives of a lot of teenagers who might have otherwise turned the wrong way in life. nights, and brought together groups from Middleton and Blake in one room where they all got along without any conflicts. It was truly a beautiful thing to see and be a part of." What Mr. Miles did can't be duplic1;1ted today as evidenced by the number of violent incidents that have occurred at teen gatherings over the years. "But, that doesn't mean we can't look back and say thank you to the man who paved the way for teenagers to be responsible people and at the same time, display their talents." said Mr. C. ...... During the early 1970s, Mr. Miles left Curtis Hixon and opened "The Psychedelic Shack" in the Tampa Park Plaza on Nebraska Avenue. That later became known as "The Alien," and the teen dances continued until the late 1970s. Efforts are now underway to reunite as many of the performers, DJs, and pa trons of that era for this trib ute. Among those who have already pledged to be a part of the tribute are the Jackson Brothers, Eddie Durant, Sharon Thompson, Dwight Bolden, Daddy Cool, Floyd "Floyd Joy" Rivers, and some patrons. "If' it weren't for Mr. ;n Miles, no one would have ever heard of "The Mighty c Good And Strong" )> Mr. Miles has since been stricken with Parkin son's Syndrome, but mem bers of the All Class Reunion group thought this would be the right time to organize a "If it weren't for Gay Pappa Miles, there's no telling how I may have Band." If you were a part of the Curtis Hixon, Psychedelic Shack or Alien history and want to be a part of this trib ute, call (813) 743-8779. The tribute has been planned for October. : "National Challenges, Local Solutions Transforming Lives and Communities" Hyatt Downtown Tampa 211 N. 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c a: LL c z < c f/) w ::l 1-w > w c w :::z::: f/) ::J Ill ::l ll. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::l Ill 0 ,... w (!J Bikers Ride For Fallen Riders A group of bikers gathered at Rowlett Park recently in memory of 2 of its fallen friends. The fundraiser ride was held in memory of Amos Jones and Fred Hutto. (Photos by Julia Jackson) "Lady Godiva" showing off her bike. 1-------------------------The Florida Department of Health Free presents: Free The 5th Annuai11A Day of Pampering" for Women Only Saturday, October 15, 2011 8:30am to 3:00pm University Area Community Center Complex (UACCC) This is a FREE Community Event. Registration is required. Seating is limited to 300 pre-registered adults 18 years of age and older! Workshops Include: Screenings Include : Ask the Doctor Blood Pressure, Glucose/Sugar Healthy Cooking Body Mass Index (BMI) Women & Exercise For more information or to register, call (813) 307-8015 Ext. 3502 or Visit us at www. h illscou n t yheal th org DEADLINE: September 30, 2011 Special Gift to first 200 women who register FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HILLSIOIOUCH COUNTY HEAlTH DfPAITMENT Taking care of the food is Valretha Williams. Biker, Blue Thunder. Bikers, Neal Peeple and James "Buck" Eady. Bikers Slick Rick and Don T. Evans. Friends and bikers: Margie, Queen Bling, Slick Rick and Sunshine Mary. "Lady T" is enjoying the feast being served by the Biker


ntertainment T.l. Back In Custodv For Using Luxurv Bus To Report To Haltwav House T.I., who was moved to a halfway house this week, is locked up again, with his lawyer citing a flap over using a luxury bus to report to a halfway house. The Federal Bureau of Prisons website Friday shows the rapper at the At lanta penitentiary with a re lease date of Sept. 29. T .1. was released from a federal lockup in Arkansas on Wednesday and made the 375-mile trip to Atlanta in a gleaming motor coach. T.I. His attorney, Steve Sadow, said that federal of ficials moved T.I. because of an issue involving his trans portation to Atlanta. Tupac's Group Claims Thev Smoked His Ashes Tupac Shakur's former group, The Outlawz, claimed they smoked Tupac's ashes after he was cremated. Tupac had said in a song that he wanted his friends to smoke his ashes in a song and The Outlawz said they took his claim literally. MEMBERS OF TUPAC'S GROUP, THA OUTLAWZ Spike lee Produces Hip-Hop Horror Film Spike Lee signed on to be executive producer of the hip-hop horror film entitled, You're Nobody Til Some body Kills You. The title is adapted from the record by The Notorious B.I.G and the movie features Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh and Ed Lover in the cast. The story follows two New York City homicide detec tives that are chasing a sus pect that has been murdering hip-hop artists. Spike's protege Michael SPIKE LEE A. Pinckney is directing the horror flick which is slated to premiere at the Williams burg International Film Fes tival in Brooklyn this September. Vanessa And Angela Simmons Cover JET Magazine Vanessa and Angela Simmons are the latest cover stories for an issue of JET Magazine. The moguls in the making previously made headlines after banking over $8o mil lion with their successful Pastry shoe line. Now with that under their belts, the ladies are dishing to the pub lication on their style, fash ion icons, and the brand expansion for their apparel line. Additionally the sister act dishes on the secret to look ing your best. VANESSA AND ANGELA SIMMONS Angela and Vanessa's issue of JET hits newsstands nationwide September 12, 2011. Soulia Bov Releases Mixtape SOULJABOY If anyone is looking for new rap music to add some life to a boring week, Soulja Boy's new mixtape, The Last Crown, should be perfect. S.B. 's continues to flood the market. His latest tape is 19' tracks, and features Lil B and French Montana. Marv J. Releases Cover For Single MARY J. BLIGE Mary J. Blige released the cover art to accompany her new single "25/8." She is planning to release her 10th studio album, My Life II: the Journey Contin ues, due in October. Mary's current single "Someone to Love Me (Naked)," is #28 on the Billboard U.S. Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart. Rihanna Sues Realtor RIHANNA Rihanna isn't too happy with a Beverly Hills home she purchased in 2009. She has sued Prudential California Realty and several companies that designed and inspected the home. The "S&M" singer's law suit claims she would not have paid $6.9 million for the home in 2009 if she had known about the problems. She claims water leaked into several rooms of the house from a balcony that lacks the proper slope and drainage after a rainstorm in early 2010. The suit states the damage left the home "uninhabitable." She claims Landmark De sign Group, which remod eled the home, has failed to make necessary repairs. Jackson Familv Questions Motives 01 MJ Tribute CATHERINE, LATOYA, TITO And JERMAINE JACKSON A tribute concert for Michael Jackson, slated to happen during his murder trial, has raised the Jackson family's suspicions of the or ganizer's motives. "Staging the concert dur ing his manslaughter trial isn't the right time," Gary Taylor, owner of the 8o,ooo-member fan club MJJ Community days, said. Michael Forever: The Tribute Concert, set to take place Oct. 8 in Wales', has raised the family's and fans' concerns when organizers began collecting donations for charities during ticket sales. Chris Hunt, the British film producer and or ganizer for the event won't say how much of the pro ceeds would go to charity. The lack of a concrete commitment to the charities has troubled some fans. Ticket buyers were asked when they registered online to give an amount to chanty above the ticket price, which ranges from $90 to $300, leading some fan organiza tions to wonder if the event was a for-profit concert in disguise. 0 2:! Tevana Tavlor Gets Into Fight With Movie Director CJ) m z ::::! z m r-Singer/actress Teyana Taylor, 20, was involved in a physical altercation with a movie director. Teyana and the director, Jean-Claude La Marre were filming "Gang of Roses 2" last weekend outside L.A. when Teyana asked to be taken home because the pain was just too much to bear. According to Teyana, she asked multiple times to be taken home by car service and when LaMarre contin ually refused to allow that, she got in his face and started shouting. Teyana claims La Marre shouted back, "Don't f**king scream at me bitch" ... and pushed her in the face, hitting her aching tooth. La Marre claims he only defended himself ... AFTER Teyana "jumped on me and began swinging" --but says he never hit her. Several crew members had to separate them. 3608 N. 1 Sth (Comer Of lake) TEYANA TAYLOR aJ c: rr-z ""D c: I:D r-(i) :::1: m Teyana says during the C scrap her shirt was torn open, she got popped in the m nose and mouth --and the blood ended up on her -t denim shorts. ; Gang of Roses 2 is also the en film starring Amber Rose. La Marre is planning to finish the movie and killing offTeyana's character. C This isn't the first time the .,.. 2:! 20-year-old socialite was in-c valved in an altercation. Earlier this year, Taylor was charged with beating a chick down in a Los Angeles recording studio. The charges were later dropped. G) m .... ....


a: w m w 1-Lee Rov Selmon Dies 2 oavs After Massive Stroke a. A retired Tampa r e sident a. cn known as an outstanding ::=: athlete and humanitarian, 0 suffered a massive stroke at tn his home on Friday. He died at St Joseph's Hospital on 1-Sunday. He was surrounded by family members at the time of his death. The family of Lee Roy Selmon issued the following statement: "It is with very heavy hearts that the Selmon Family announces the passing of our beloved husband, father and brother, Lee Roy Selmon. Lee Roy passed away today (Sunday) surrounded by family and friends at St. Joseph's Hospital. "For all his accomplish ments on and off the field, to us Lee Roy was the rock of our family. This has been a sudden and shocking event c and we are devastated by a: this unexpected loss. We 1L deeply appreciate the prayers and support shown c( by family, friends, the football community and the pubC lie over the past two days. f3 "For those wishing to ::l honor Lee Roy's many contributions, we ask that donaa: tions be made to Abe Brown Ministries or the University W of South Florida Foundation C Partnership for Athletics "We ask now for privacy at this very sad time and will i not be making any further :;) statements until funeral a. arrangements are announced at a later time." W Friends Comment :I Former Tampa Bay ffi Buccaneer Quarterback ...I Doug Williams said, W "There is not a lot to say, his legacy speaks for itself. z Whether you are riding qn the Lee Roy Selmon c( Crossway Express or eating C at his restaurant, he will always be remembered. He ....1 dedicated his life to USF 1L football. Someone like him dying so young is just a tragedy, Williams said." Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer David Lewis played with Selmon for 5 years. However, their friendship has lasted more than 30 years. Lewis recalled those early years when the Bucs team was filled with major college winners -the Selmon brothers were from Oklahoma, Lewis, Danny Reece and Ricky Bell were from USC, other players were from winning programs at Penn State and University of Pittsburgh. "We were all from winning programs and it was difficult getting used to losing. Lee Roy, the first original Buc had to endure all the ridicule, jokes and hecklers. Being a new team we didn't have veteran players to show us the way or tell us how to do it. We had to feel our way. The fun we shared on the field then made the bond of brotherhood that we share today we're there for each other." "Even back then," Lewis stated of the early years, Lee Roy tried to walk the life Christ has set for all of us. "I still remember how Walter Payton used tQ describe Lee Roy. He said he was the nicest, roughest defensive player he ever played against," Lewis stat ed. Lewis, 56, was with the family throughout the weekend until Selmon passed away. Lee Roy's brother, Dewey, kept the close knit group of friends informed of his condition. October 20, 1954 --September 4, 2011 He's gone now and we'll miss his flesh, but the Lord did not make a mistake. His work on earth is done and it didn't take 70 years. He has accomplished so much, received so many accolades Pro Football Hall of Fame, Bucs Ring of Honor, high way and restaurants named in his honor and so much more. "His spirit willbe with us forever He left a legacy and a blueprint for his family -children, grandchildren, those who knew him and those that knew of him. He was a devoted husband, wonderful father, tremendous friend, super teammate, wonderful to people and most of all he loved Christ. "I salute Lee Roy Selmon and I thank God for putting him in my life." Mrs. Marie Tarver White has known Selmon for more than 20+ years. She met him through her uncle, Rev. John Stephens, at his restaurant, Big John's Alabama Barbecue. She said he has been a tremendous support in the success of the second-go-round of her magazine, On-Que! Christian magazine "He was so encouraging. He'd always tell me to keep on doing it because God would not have His Word to go forward void," she said. His Career Selmon graduated from Eufaula High School in Eufaula, Oklahoma in 1971, as an honor graduate. He was the youngest of 9 children born to Lucious and Jessie Selmon. He joined his brothers, Lucious and Dewey, on the defensive line at the University of Oklahoma. The brothers established themselves as a forced to be reckoned with at the University of Oklahoma. During his college career, Selmon received numerous honors including being named All-American in 1975, the Vince Lombardi Award, and the Outland Trophy, and Graduate Fellowship Winner National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. After graduation, Selmon was the first player chosen in the NFL draft in 1976 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and wore jersey #63. Selmon's entire career was as a Buccaneer and he retired 9 years later. The Bucs also drafted his brother, Dewey, that year. Selmon was chosen "Rookie of the and MVP his first year. He was chosen to play in the Pro Bowl six consecutive years and in 1979, Selmon was named the "NFL Defensive Player of the Year." He retired in 1984 after injuring his back. Two years later, the Bucs franchise retired his number Selmon was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1988, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995. Four years later, he was named to the Sports Illustrated NCAA Football All-Century Team. Selmon was also the first player to be inducted into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor iri November 2009. After retirement, Selmon remained ip Tampa, where he worked in the banking industry. He became active in several charities and ath letic programs. In 1993, he was chosen as the Assistant Athletic Director at the University of South Florida. He was promoted to the position of Athletic Director at the university in 2001. It was under his direction and guidance that the university launched its football program. Health issues forced him to step down in 2004. Since establishing himself in Tampa, a highway, the Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway, has been named in his honor and he established a chain of restaurants that bear his name as well Funeral services for Selmon were incomplete at press time. Former Buc Jailed For Robberies, Sexual Assault SACRAMENTO Calif Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Keith Jerome Wright, 31 is being held without bail for allegedly commit ting a series of home invasion robberies and a sexual assault. Prosecutors said Wright did not enter a plea during his arraignment pn the charges. Police arrested Wright last week after th,ey said he was linked to a string ofrecent bur glaries that started in the Natomas area in late July. Police said Wright is believed to have acted alone in the crimes, choosing his victims at random. Wright saw little playing in the NFL after he was drafted out of the University of Missouri in the sixth-round b the Houston Texans in 2003. During his brief career, he played for the Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Detroit Lions.


Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED m Magic Urges No Prison For Hoops Pal Jav Vincent oa aner Finale CHARLOTTE m the 197 9 national championship H e pleaded guil ty in a case inv olving thousands of peo p l e who paid to b ecome c ertifie d home insp ec t ors NC Cam :S: Newton w a s treated like a J:J starter during en his preseason N finale. H e l e d g I kno w what he did wa s wrong and I hope in tim e h e will b e able to repay all the people who lost money in this situation," Johnson said this week in a letter to U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker. "I believe he got involved with the wrong people and made some real ly bad decisions one e ffici ent CAM ...... driv e thre w a NEWTON touchdown JAY VINCENT DETROIT Former NBA star Magic Johnson is ask ing a judge for mercy and no prison for college teammate Jay Vincent, who is facing years behind bars for fraud Like Johnson, Vincent played in the NBA after the pair led Michigan State to Vincent, 52, returns to federal court in Grand Rapids for sentencing on Friday, nearly a year after pleading guilty to fraud and tax charges. Frank Gore Signs 3-Year Extension With 49ers FRANK GORE SAN FRANCISCO -Frank Gore has long tried to pattern himself after Hall of Farner Barry Sanders, who played his entire 10-year career with the Detroit Lions. Gore has seen other great running backs move from team to team while evolving into NFL stars -and he never wanted to be one of them. Loyal to the San Francisco 49ers since the day they drafted him in 2005 in the third round out of Miami, Gore hoped to stay put with the same franchise for the long haul for his career Gore agreed Tuesday to the $21 million deal, with $13.5 milliqn in guaranteed money. In what was to be the final year of his contract, Gore had hoped to land a new deal before the Niners' Sept. 11 season opener at home against the defending NFC West champion Seattle Seahawks -and he got it. pa ss a nd e x it ed Then, after the game his coach made it official: Newton will start for the Carolina Panthers in their opener Newton threw his first TD as a pro in Carolina s 33-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. "Even with this position given it doesn't stop here," Newton said. "I can't just sit back and say, 'I've arrived,' because we've got a long way to go ... The record begins now." Titans RB Johnson Gets Big Deal NASHVILLE, Tenn. The Titans and Chris Johnson have agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension ending the three-time Pro Bowl running back's holdout Johnson has led the NFL in yards rushing the past three seasons and refused to report to the camp without a new deal. The 24th pick over all in the 2008 draft out of East Carolina, Johnson became only the sixth man in NFL history to run for 2,000 yards in 2009 when he ran for 2,006 yards. The Titans revised his con tract a year ago moving some money up in his contract, but he still was set to earn only $1.065 million for this sea son. TOLL RATE CHANGES The Florida Department of Transportation (FOOl) is hosting a Toll Rate Rule Development Public Workshop to provide the public an opportunity to review and comment on proposed changes to the toil rates on FOOT toil roads and bridges. Florida Statutes mandates that toil rates on all FOOT toll roads and bridges, including Florida Turnpike System toll roads, shall be adjusted periodically for inflation. The workshop will be held on: DATE: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 TIME: 6:00 p.m. The workshop will be conducted as a webinar, which i s a live presentation over the internet that allows attendance from a personal computer. Registration for the weblnar workshop i s required. Registration information can bo found at: http://www.floridasturnpike,com/tools_tollratenotices.cfm S ite access locations are also available for those persons without computer/Internet access at the following locations: Hillsborough County Florida Dept. of Transportation District 7 Headquarters Auditorium 11201 North Malcolm McKinley Drive Tampa, FL 33612 Polk County Florida Dept. of Transportation District 1 Mike Rippe Auditorium 801 N. Broadway Bartow, FL 33831 Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, d isability or family status. If you have any questions, please contact Chad Huff, Public Information Manager, at Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, 1 -800-749-7453. Anyone requiring special accommodations for the hearing under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991 or I n need of translation should contact Carleen Aynn at Florida's Turnpike (401) 532-3999, extension 3829 at least seven calendar days prior to the hearing. HANNA Hello Hanna, and thank you for answering our requests to feature you once again as our Beauty Unlimited feature. Thatfs the way it gets when you're heavily demanded to appear again. Hanna loves posing for photos and modeling, and is a natural when it comes to entertaining people or just hanging out with her friends. Hanna is a positive thinker, and she knows her future is unlimited when it comes to what she can accomplish. Hanna's interests are wide and varied, but when it comes to the man in her life, he must be consistent, strong, handsome, self reliant, and someone a woman can count on. Congratulations to Hanna as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, includ ing a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com. Venus 'Absolutelv' Plans To Return To Tennis. NEW YORK -Venus Williams says she "absolutely" plans to return to tennis after she withdrew from the U.S Open because of a recently diagnosed autoimmune disease. Williams Wednesday after pulling out of her second-round match that she had. Sjqgren s syndrome, which can cause fatigue and joint pain I I VENUS WH..LIAMS I' ., r 0 :!! C/) m z :::! z m r m c:: r r z "'C c:: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m -f c:: m C/) -< )> z c ., :!! c I thirik tqe thing that could have .happe ned for me this 'Was to feel worse so J. cotil,d feel better," Williams said iii' im interview Thursday Wi'th ABC's Morning America." 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MRS.:MARY DELORES JOLLY 'TOOSIE' Homegoing services for Mrs. Mary Deloris Jolly "Toosie' of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, August 30, 2011, will be held on Friday, September 9, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Michael Neely, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mary was born on September 7, 1933 She was a member of New Progress Missionary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death 0 by: her sister, Edith Daniels; brother, Kenneth Stockton; fE mother, Hattie Ennis; and great C grandchild, Zachary Wentz worth. She leaves to cherish her < memories: children, Ronald ::;: Jolly, Jasper L. Jolly, Jr., Karen 0 M. Jolly, Clarence W. Jolly, (f) Brian K. Jolly, Sr. (Stephanie), W Faye M. Jolly, Sandra Jolly Nor:: wood (Jimmie), Adrienne P. 1-Allen, Janice L. Jolly, Jennifer > J. Owens, Jeffrey J. Jolly and ffi Charyse N. Jolly; grandchil> dren, William P. Acree, Tavaris W Larry, Demetrius L. Brown, C Rachel L. Jolly, La Cynthia M. w Cato, April L. Jolly, Dominque :I: N. Brown, Brittany N. and Ash(/) ley Martin, Alesia C. Jolly, :J Steven B. and Jessica D. Martin, al Natika F., Keshia N. and Ken:: neth W. Brascom, Jr., Briana C.. M. and Sharee L. Owens, Mauz rice A., Kristopher S., Brian K., i= Jr., Jared A., Brandon and W Courtney Jolly, Chr'Shenda j Owens, Kyla J. Harris, Raegan :;:, L. Williams, Amari McDuffie m and Darius Jones; great grand...J children, Dontae, Quentin, W DaSean and Marquis Acree, Z Madyson, Tyler Walker, Lindi= say P. Martin, Aiden M. Higginz botham, Kirsten and Mackenzie W Young, Johnathan and Sydney (f) Gant, Joshua Greene, Jayden < Conage, Jamal, Jamil and C Kiantae Brascom, Jeremiah a: Taylor Rucker, Ny'Jaya Owens, 0 Kirsten Jolly and Omari Brown; ...J brother, Charles "Sunny" AnLL thony; sisters, Linda C. Stock-ton and Debra "Debbie" Harrington; niece, Tracy Harrington; nephews, Jason Harrington and Devonta' Whitten, Sr.; cousin, Pamela Ennis; and a host of others. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Thursday, September 8, 2011, from 4-7 p. m. The family will receive friends from 4-5 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Friday for the service. MRS. ERNESTINE HARRISON DYER DARKINS September 181 We never forget September tst. Loving you always Mom/Mudear: Altamese, Donna, Reginald (deceased), Renita Lynn, Stephanie, Twan, and Robin; grandchildren: Willie, Jr., Lessie, Michael, Gerald, Altamaria, Barbara Rose; great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren. HAPPY BIRTHDAY NATHANIEL EVANS September 3, 1934 -September 1, 2010 Let ourJiuuilytalw care of your fumily -we are the keytn a fine and quality seiVice" Hello Daddy, it's been a year you've been gone. Words can't how much you mean to us. We miss you very much. You'll always be number 1. 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A total of five of the eight apartment units were de stroyed in the blaze and the re maining three sustained serious fire and water damage. The American Red Cross has been requested to assist displaced residents. The investigation of the fire will start as soon as the scene is secure Jamaican Drug lord Pleads Guiltv To Gun Charges Jamaican drug lord, Christopher "Dudus" Coke, who was the centerpiece of a drug war in Kingston that last over a year, killing a number of Jamaicans, pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court room. Coke was captured on his way to turn himself in to the U.S. Embassy in Jamaica, and is facing drug and trafficking charges. Indicted by the U.S. in 2009, Coke became the target of a massive Jamaican police oper ation in May 2010, sparking a bloody street battle between local security forces and Coke's gun-toting supporters and mercenaries in the west Kingston neighborhood of Tivoli Gardens. After a month of violent struggle, it was a popular local preacher that managed to CHRISTOPHER 'DUD US' COKE arrange Coke's peaceful sur render to authorities. At the time of his surrender, Coke said that he chose to ac cept extradition rather than watch the bloodshed in J a. maica continue. More than 70 people had already died in the violence. Coke is scheduled to be sen tenced on December 8th, and could face up to 20 years be hind bars and deportation back to Jamaica. AI Sharpton Bashes GOP For Pres. Obama Speech Postponement Reverend AI Sharpton criticized GOP leaders, includ ing Speaker Of The House, John Boehner, for the post ponement of President Barack Obama's speech for Congress due to the GOP Presi dential debate on his MSNBG show. Pres. Obama's speech was originally scheduled for next Wednesday, but was post poned because Boehner REV. AL SHARPTON would not agree to the date and rescheduled for the following day which will make it .at the same time as the NFL opening game.


, c Robberv suspect Deputies Search leaves Emotv Handed For Bank Robber At 4 a. m. Thursday, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies said a Black male armed with a shotgun entered the Steak N Shake Restaurant at 1402 Brandon Boulevard He reportedly confronted the employees and demanded money. The employees did not comply with the suspect's demands and he fled. A surveillance camera captured the suspect hold ing the shotgun. Anyone with information ori the sus. pect is asked to call (813) 247-8200. The suspect is described as appearing to be 18 to 2:1 This is a surveillance photo of a man who tried robbing a Steak 'N Shake Restaurant. years old, s's" tall, imd weighing 170 pounds. suspect Arrested After Police Pursuit, Crash On Sunday, a Tampa Po lice officer was injured when his cruiser crashed during a pursuit. According to the report, a patrol officer attempted a traffic stop at Hillsborough Avenue and 43rd Street. The driver slowed down as if he was going to stop, but rriade a U-turn and fled from the officer. The officer cut off his emergency lights and radioed a description of the vehicle. Tampa Police Sgt. Robert Nassief was traveling east on Hanna and DESMOND SMITH 39th searching for the ve hicle when the vehicle ran a stop sign. The sergeant's cruiser t-boned the suspect's vehicle. The suspect's vehicle flipped and Sgt. Nassief slid into a parked vehicle. Tampa Fire Rescue arrived and used the Jaws of Life to remove the sergeant from the vehicle. He was transported to a local hospital and was reported to be in stable condition. The suspect and the two passengers were also hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. The driver, identified as Desmond Smith, 25, will be charged when he is released from the hospital. Tampa Man Arrested In New Jersev On Sex Tranicking Charge A Tampa man wanted for sex trafficking of a minor has been arrested in New Jersey. Federal agents arrested Eric Bell who had been liv ing in Jersey City. Bell was accused in a federal com plaint filed in Tampa in January of producing child pornography and engaging in sex trafficking of a minor. Bell was featured June 11, 2011 on "America's Most Wanted" and was also featured on digital bill boards through the area. According to the FBI, Bell is a convicted felon ac cused of having underage ERIC BELL girls working for him from his residence and adver-tised them for prostitution on the Internet. The investi gation began in 2009. On January 3rd, a warrant was issued for Bell's arrest in Tampa after he was charged with producing child pornography, aiding and abetting the production of child pQrnography, unlawfully possessing a firearm, engaging in sex trafficking of a minor, and aiding and abetting sex traf ficking of a minor. According to the FBI, Bell has ties to Bradenton, Gainesville and Tallahassee, as well as New York and New Jersey. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are asking for the public's help in iden tifying a man who reportedly robbed two banks Friday. Deputies said the man en tered the SunTrust Bank on 561 h Street at 10:40 a.m. and handed a teller a note de manding cash. He fled on foot This man is suspected of robbing 2 banks. A short time later, the same man is believed to have robbed another SunTrust bank at 601 W. Platt Street. The suspect is described as a Black male, 25 to 30 years old, and 5'8" talL Anyone with information and wants to be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-Boo873-8417. FAMU Plaver Slain; woman Charue d TALlAHASSEE, FL-Au thorities say Washington, a student ath lete at Florida A&M Univer sity died after she was stabbed in the neck, and an other young woman has been arrested. SHANNON WASHINGTON ., .-0 :::D en m z =t z m r m c .-.-The Tallahassee Democrat reports that police said Shannon Washington died early Sunday. She was a member ofth e women's bas ketball team. Police said they were sum moned around 2 a.m. and foun:d Washington, who was taken to Tallahassee Me morial HealthCare, where she died. guing v,rhen Washington !!I was stabbed. z They said 20-year-old Palmer, was arrested and charged with first-degree rriurder. Po lice said the two had been ar-University President James H. Ammons said iil a statement, "01,1r hearts and go out to Shannon's family and members of the Lady Rattlers Basket ball Team." Student government asso ciation plans to hold a vigil in Washington's honor. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 14&1 Taaa Parl Plaza @ Nabrasla Ava. & scoa St The h1r1ng ol J 15 J" cc: sO"' S';C.,. ":-: :: '<:, ;:('r JJ,:-: SC"": .. :: Before )'OU dec de as< us to sed )Ou "REE :. !:c' "'O'"IJ::; cJ: f :J:: s J c c:: ., c m r c;; ::t m c m < m c m en c )> z c ., :2 c


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Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen(15) workng days after the conclusion of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0653-TNC, NW Tampa Church of Christ requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 7259 Sheldon Rd., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 11-0700-RV, Arista Riverview LLC requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 10391 Big Bend Rd., zoned PD (03-0316). Petition VAR 11-Q714-NWH, James K. & Mercedes R. Tierney requesting a Variance to accessory dwelling standards for property located at 12407 Twin Branch Acres Rd, zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 11-0716-EGL, Fox American Investment LLC requesting a Variances to distance required for speakerbox and to setback for accessory structure for property located at 6801 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., zoned CG. Petition VAR 11-Q718-BR, Famous Tate Expo Center LLC requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 1015 E Brandon Blvd, zoned PO (03-0645). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2011-02497 Division C GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, 225 Town Park Drive, Suite 325 Kennesaw, GA 30144-3710 Plaintiff v. LISA A. WORLEY, and SIDNEY HIGHLANDS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT, pursuant to Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on August 18, 2011 in the above-captioned action, I will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida, described as follows, to wit: LOTS 7, 8, 9, 10 AND 11 IN BLOCK 8 OF SIDNEY HIGHLANDS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 27, PAGE 6, OF THE PUBLIC OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 1998 REDMAN LIMITED 48 X 24 MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUMBER FLA-14612473AB. Property Address: 1108 Blue Sky Place Dover, Florida 33527 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2ND FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILD ING. ROOM 201/202 located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET. TAMPA. FLORIDA, at 1 0:00 a.m. (EST) on the 20th day of September. 2011. If you are a subordinate lien holder claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the Clerk of Court no later than 60 days after the sale. 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