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-. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area . SEE PAGE 3 .... J VOL. 67 NO.9 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Countv Cuts leave longtime Park -mplovees Jobless SEE PAGE 2 Bodv 01 Man Wilson's To Handle Who left Hospital Services Of Soldier Found In Canal Killed In Afghanistan SEE PAGE 9 SEE PAGE 2 Couple Celebrates 60 Years Of Marriage R ecently, the children of Percy and Maria Hodges and some 150 guests celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary T he event was held at the Cuban Hall Patio, where the guests of honor met some 62 years ago. Guests enjoyed Cuban cuisine, a musical program, and tributes from family and friends. The highlight of the evening, however, was a letter of congratulations from President Barack Obama as well as a letter from Mayor Bob Buckhorn. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges, seated, are shown with their children: Albert Hodges, Myrna Hodges Hayes, Barry Hayes (son-in-law) and Mike Hodges. (Photo by Albert "Tommy" Holton)

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0 N a: w CD :lE w IC. w en Countv's Reorganization Leaves Park Emplovees Jobless BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c ffi Michael Merrill, Hillsborough County Administra tor said the county is doing the best it can in terms of retaining county employees. He f e els it will take about 5 years before the county recovers from its current economic crisis. Ms. Sharon Subadan, Deputy County Administrator for Public Safety and Community Services said there are more employees than there are positions open. However, many employees of the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department learned they would no longer have a job as of September 24th. Many C of those affected, such as fE Harold Jackson, have c more than two decades of Z service with the department. < Jackson, a Tampa native, graduated from Tampa Catholic High School. He w earned a B. S. Degree in Criminal Justice from the iJ: University of Tampa. w After graduation in 1978, > Jackson was unsure of his next move, so he obtained w employment-with the Hillsborough County Parks ::::J and Recreation Department. m Jackson never intended for the position to be a career, z but 33 years later, he i= describes it as such. Jackson moved up 5 through the ranks and for m the past 25 years has served ..J as a Recreation Area Supervisor. He received a i= layoff slip on Thursday. ffi Jackson stated that the en County abolished 64 jobs in that area which included ii: Area Supervisors, Senior 0 Recreation Specialists, it Senior Recreation Leaders and Recreation Leaders. The employees were then required to apply for 3 supervisor and 31 recreation leader jobs. Jackson was not chosen despite his role as a supervi sor for the past 25 of his 31 years of service The under lying message is we don' t have the knowledge skills, or ability to continue to serve Hillsborough County Two individuals were cho sen from within the depart ment to fill supervisory roles and the third person hired lives in Jacksonville Jackson said, "It reeks of age and discrimination on the basis of tenure. Ms. Subadan s aid the C\1 employe e s wer e r e quir e d to w reappl y to m a k e it f air f o r CJ everyone. Th e re are more HAROLD JACKSON ... 33-Year Employee with County's Parks and Recreation Department has lost his job MICHAEL MERRILL County Administrator employees than positions and we don't have a spot for everyone. It's very traumatic," she said. She further stated things such as education, background, and experience were all taken into consideration. She pointed out that Billy Graham is an African American employee promot ed to supervisor has been an employee since 1999 and has a Master's Degree. Ms. Subadan further stated that those 34 employees will remain on the County's payroll. About 34 others will become part time and work through an agency. Merrill said the County has been talking about the budget cuts for months. In an effort to prevent as many layoffs as possible, the County offered early retirement and 166 employees accepted it. He felt that those such as Jackson had the option to take the early retirement. Jackson said he was in the drop program and had planned to retire in 34 months. However, that option has been taken away and he has no choice but to retire. County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., said the fact that the employees h a d to reapply for their jobs has been a contention of his since the beginning and he ha s a problem with it. "It is my belief that if a per s on has b ee n doing the job for 25 years, how does h e LES MILLER, JR. County Commissioner SHARON SUBADAN Deputy County Administrator, Public Safety & Community Services suddenly does not have the know-how, experience, capa-, bility and knowledge to do that job? "How is it that these people are interviewed and can't pass the interview? It's just hard for me to swal low." In search of answers, Commissioner Miller has requested that he receive evaluations of those employ ees not selected for the past 5 years; the number of years of services for every employee not selected; the last 5 years of evaluations for every employee selected; and the number of years of services for every new employee selected. "It's unfortunate, but I'm not hitter. Our department was always the last to be funded, but the first to be cut, and those cuts are very deep," Jackson said. The final budget hearing will take place on Thursday, September 22nd, 6 p m., at the Hillsborough County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Soldier Killed In Afghanistan To Be Transponed To Wilson's Funeral Home The body of a 40y ear-old member of the military who was killed in Afghanistan, will be returned home (Tuesday ) today. Funeral services were incomplete as of press time Pfc. Christophe J. Marquis was injured on August 27th during an attack. He and his unit were in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, when the attack took place. Pfc. Marquis was taken to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, in Germany, where he later died from the injuries he sustained on September 4th. On Tuesday, membe rs of the community will have an opportunity to pay respects to Pfc. Marquis and his family as his body is escorted from MacDill Air Force Base to Wilson's Funeral Home. His body will be escorted through the Bayshore Gate at approximately 11 a.m. The processional will travel north on Bayshore Blvd., east on Platt Street Bridge, and north of Florida Avenue. It will then travel east on Jackson Street, north on PFC. CHRISTOPHE J. MARQUIS ... Killed in Mghanistan Jefferson Street, and east on Twiggs Street to Channelside Drive. The procession will then travel east on State Road 6o toN. 22nd Street It will turn on E. 21st Avenue and travel to N. 29th Street to Wilson's Funeral Home. Ffc. Marquis became a member of the U.S. Army and was assigned to the 1st Battalion, sth Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Fort Wainwright, Alaska. News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care . An AHomey wiH come to you at home or work -No Recovery, NoF-InvestlgatOr'S If there Is e dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Specializing 1;.: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip&Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-3702 Toll Free -1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week MlcheRe B Inc.

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-f Dav Care Operator Police Arrest Strip Club Charged With Manager, Dancers Infant's Death A 44-year-old Tampa day care operator has been ar rested in connection with the death of an infant. The five month-old died six weeks ago. Ms. Tina Toney Lark, 9503 Woodborough Court, is being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. She is charged with aggra vated manslaughter of a child. According to police, the parents of De'Arron Deshazier left him in the care of Ms. Lark at her home day care on August 1st. The Hills borough County Sheriffs Office received a 9-1-1 call shortly after 7 p.m., in refer ence to the child being unre sponsive and not breathing. The infant was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Ms. Lark admitted to po lice that the child had been in her care from 6:so a.m., that morning until police were called. She also said he was not ill and did not display any symptoms that would warrant the use of medis.:ation; police stated. An autopsy was per formed on the child the fol lowing day, but there was no suspicious circumstances or trauma to his body. The cause of death was undetermined, pending toxicology reports, police said. On August 25th, the Hills borough County Medical Ex aminer's Office contacted MS. TINA TONEY LARK ... Charged with Aggravated Manslaughter of a child police with the preliminary toxicology results and indi cated that there were levels of diphenhydramine in the child's system. The medical examiner also stated that the drug was located in the vic tim's heart, blood, liver, gas tric contents, and spinal fluid. The medical examiner further stated that the drug was acute and would have been admin istered within 6 hours prior to the child's death, police said. Police executed a search warrant at Ms. Lark's home on September 8th, and con fiscated a package of 8 Sominex 25 mg. tablets with 2 missing. A baby's pacifier was also in the basket with the medication on the table. Police said no other med ication was located in the home that contained diphen hydn1mine. They also said that Ms. Lark admitted that she takes over the counter sleep aids police stated. Groups Allowed To Intervene In Voting lawsuit Last week, Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning agreed with U S. Attorney General Eric Holder to allow civil rights groups and individual legislators to intervene in a lawsuit over whether the state's recent voter laws suppress minority voting. Browning has asked the court to take over for the U.S. attor ney general's office and "pre-clear" the law to determine if it is in line with the minority voting protections of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The new law shortens the number of days available for early voting from 14 to eight days. It also imposes tight limits on third-party voter registration groups and requires an out-of-county voter-such as a student who tries to change her voting precinct on Election Day to cast a provisional ballot, which can be more easily challenged. The groups argue that the voting law changes approved by the Republican-led legislature and signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott will have a negative effect on the voting rights of minorities Rep. Janet Cruz and Senator Arthenia Joyner, both Democrats from Tampa are among the individuals repre sented by the ACLU. The Supervisors of Elections for Monroe and Leon counties are also represented. The ACLU, on behalf of 10 individuals from three of the five Florida counties covered by the Voting Rights Act, filed motions to intervene in the state's lawsuit. The Florida AFL-CIO, the Florida State Conference of the NAACP, the National Council of La Raza and the League of Women Voters of Florida, Project Vote and Voting for America have also filed motions to intervene. AMBER SMITH ... Cinnamon CARLONDA WOODARD ... Cheeks The Tampa Police Department arrested a strip club manager and 8 employ ees on Sunday. They were charged with violations of a Tampa ordinance. According to police, Isaac 0. Elder, III, 45, manager of Hollywood Nights, 3003 N. Howard Avenue, was taken into custody ALLISON JOHNSON ... Glow BRITTANY JENKINS ... Cherokee CASEY LENNOX ... Charm and charged with allowing nudity on the premises where alcohol is served. He was released ori a $250.00 bond. The dancers taken into custody were: Brittany Jenkins, 23; Allison. Johnson, 27; Crystal Henley, 32; Amber 26; Jonae CRYSTAL HENLEY ... Golden JONAE THOMAS ... Apple 1\) c ..I. ..I. ., r-0 :::rJ c )> NATASHA LAPLANTE z Thomas, 25; Carlonda Woodard, 22; Casey m Lennox, 25; and Natasha ; 2R c: All of the women were J= charged with nudity on the m premises alcoholic i beverages are sold. Ms. Laplanle was also C: booked on an outstanding warrant. en :I: m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c ., c

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2 Editorials/Columns g FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN a: (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 :E Published Every Tuesday and Friday By W FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., t-Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) D.. w UJ < Q UJ w : ..... c a: u.. POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-201o (19n) 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-$44.0Q-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the edotonal stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Delano-Obama: Comparison 01 Alter-Egos C ''The great betrayer and liar, who promised to drive the money changers from the temple, had sue-> ceeded only in driving farmers from their home-steads and citizens from their homes in cities. I ask you UJ to purge the man who claims to be a Democrat from the W Democratic Party" Were these the words of radio personality Rush lim> baugh about President Barack Obama? Not this time. Inffi stead, they were the words of Catholic priest and Gj personality Charles Coughlin about then President C Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Would it surprise you to W know that during his first administration -a time when the American economy was thought to have been on its :::i death-bed-many Americans did not like the man who m would save America from poverty and the world from Imperialism? z Louisiana Governor Huey P. Long, once a stalh"tch supporter, turned his back against FDR. Even the U. S. _. Supreme Court banged its gavel against many of FDR's _. New Deal programs, especially his new concept of Social ffi Security, which was judged by the Courtjustices.not only _. to be unconstitutional, but to smack of Communism. Yet, what would America be today, without the FDR New Deal j:: Administration of yesterday? Z Historians have already lined up to list differences between Franklin Roosevelt's administration and the ad
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Horoscopes/Soaps Fictures From ---The Fast m c Horoscopes Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You get by with a little help from en your friends. Your thorough attention to detail unjams something that was stuck. Let go of a preconception. Keep trying, until you get it right. m Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Today requires patience when it j$ comes to work and your significant relationships. You may be re-m warded with a bonus. More work comes in. Keep it organized, one ::::0 task at a time. N 9 Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-You're in the middle of a busy N phase. Structure provides support. Take new responsibilities. Put o more energy than money into your projects. Do it for love. ::::: Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Romantic intensity could present challenges in the morning. Resist any urge to flee, and ac cept what you get. Do what's required to restore harmony. Talk about nest eggs later. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Today may bring reversals in love and in communications. You could avoid this and bury yourself in your work. Call in reinforcements if needed. Contem plation rewards more than action. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Surround yourself by the cre ative spirit of the youngest generation. You can't bottle youth, but it's communicable. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Choose family over romance. Focus on cleaning and organizing your nest and on hanging out at home. Compromise to avoid silly arguments that waste time. Aries (March 21-April19)-A new phase of inspiration begins today, with Mars in the house of Leo for almost the next two years. Listen to experience; practice with discipline; and gather re sources for home and family. Taurus (April 20-May 20) Go ahead and become your ideal self. You've been practicing, and even if you don't think you know how, you can do it. Get a coach or mentor, and your power grows Gemini (May 21-June 21)-For the next two years, your reservoir grows A careful, work-related investment may be nec essary. Talk it over with respected friends and family. Gather up riches. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -How would you do it if you were the boss? Speak respectfully, others appreciate your point of view. You know the rules. Explain them clearly, especially to elders. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Inquire among your friends about a solution, or organize a team to help you do it all. Your wish is their command. You'd do the same for them. Avoid spending for the time being. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN -The final week of "All My Children" on ABC begins. Guest stars for the remaining episodes include Sarah Michelle Gellar, Eva La Rue, David Canary, Julia Barr, Ray Mac Donnell, Lee Meriwether, Justin Bruening and Ale).(a Havins The final week of "All My Children" on ABC continues. Guest stars for the remaining episodes include Sarah Michelle Gellar, Eva La Rue, David Canary, Julia Barr, Ray MacDonnell, Lee Meriwether, Justin Bruening and Alexa Havins. The final week of "All My Children" on ABC continues. Guest stars for the remaining episodes include Sarah Michelle Gellar, Eva La Rue, David Canary, Julia Barr, Ray MacDonnell, Lee Meriwether, Justin Bruening and Alexa Havins. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Steffy asks for a return favor from Liam after she comes to his rescue; Bill and Justin use their sleuthing talents; Hope fears that her relationship with Liam may be in jeopardy, Thorne causes a family war when he publicly con fronts Ridge; Thoma)> and Steffy feel gratitude toward Thorne; Ridge asks Taylor for a huge favor. Hope asks Steffy for a truce after they argue about their opposing moral beliefs; Bill voices his appreciation to Steffy, and she reveals to him her plan to save Liam; Ridge and Thorne have a heated argument, which leads to an act of violence. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Quinn s arrest brings a cloud of sus picion around Taylor and infuriates Vivian; Melanie has to say good-bye to Dario; Lexie surprises Abe by telling him she's going to cut back on her hours to help work on his campaign. Bo, Hope and Rafe begin to zero in on Gus after they uncover the truth about his childhood and Chloe identifies him as her attacker; Nicole ends up in the crossfire when Gus becomes suspicious; Sami asks Jennifer to help her prepare for a job interview. The hostage situation comes to an end; Roman makes Quinn an offer he can't refuse; Vi vian gets a surprise visitor from her past; a strange call from over seas shakes Jennifer; Maggie takes Melanie shopping to cheer her up. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Tracy is unaware that Luke is watch ing her; Liz and Maxie are separately in danger; Kate eggs Sonny on. Franco makes a decision to return to Port Charles; Sam watches Jason; Johnny takes care of his father's mess. Maxie has her hands full with wedding disasters; Dante gets some advice from his mother; Spinelli tries and fails to come clean. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Todd calls Tea to ask for her help ; Brody has a very important question for Natalie. Todd comes face-to-face with his mother; Shane needles Jack about what it feels like to lose someone close to him. Someone learns the identity of the patient in the Kentucky hospital bed; Echo still believes that Rex could be guilty YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Ronan confronts Ashley with her recorded confession; Gloria and Colin uncover a secret in Genevieve's wine cellar Ashley and Tucker are furious with Abby; Kevin reluctantly agrees to Victor's plan. Avery presents surprising evidence; Colin's violence startles Gloria. Dr. Margaret Fisher, retired principal of Young Middle Magnet School and Ms. Christine Bostick attending a familybanquet together. The Florida Sentinel "Around The Town" photographer captured Ms. Marcie Hardee and Ms. Novella Campbell at the Orchid Club Downhome Southern Cabaret. 'First Friday' was a popular networking social event that was attended by many young professions in the area. In attendance was: Mike Tolbert and Todd 'Tiny' Holloman. Two old friends are shown as they were catching up on old times at a an event. They are Ms. Ruby French and Ms. Mary Daubot. ., r 0 lJ en m z :::! z m r OJ c: r r m :::! z c: OJ r c;; ::::r::-m Ms. Henrietta Few was crowned c queen of 1989-1990 #1 Usher Board of m St. Matthews Church. She is shown being congratulated by Pastor Bart Banks. c: m )> z c ., ::::0 Be1thuneCooklrtullnl J G) m 0'1

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HOWARD WARMACK, SR. Septennber17,1957 c Happy birthday to my brother. May you have many more. a: Love, your sister! LL c You're The Best Thing Yet! c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w :E: UJ ::::i m ::J Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z w en c( RYAN, BUCKY And BRYCE c Like to wish my big brother a happy birthday on Septem-..J her 16. We love you and miss you so much. LL Your family. RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Seeking Christian fellow ship. Rodney K. Laud-erdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Hauuv Birthdav Nothing gets old but, clothes You heard that. Happy 28th birthday, Ms. Bone. Love, your man, Bone. Local Organization To Award Journalism Scholarships To Minoritv Students The Tampa Bay Associa tion of Black Journalists (TBABJ) will award $5,000 in scholarships to minority students. The presentations will be made to the winners of the TBABJ 2011 Scholarship con test. The applications must be postmarked by September 30th to be considered. TBABJ has designated $5,000 for deserving students of color who are pursuing a college degree in journalism. TBABJ plans to give a $1,ooo scholarship to a graduate journalism student this year. In addition, two undergraduate students will each receive a $1,000 scholarship and one undergraduate will receive a $2,ooo scholarship. The winners will be announced during the TBABJ's Griot Drum Awards Ceremony November 17th. The ceremony will take place at The Nielson Company, 501 Brooker Creek Blvd., in Olds mar. The keynote speaker for the banquet is Don Lennon, Anchor with CNN. Students who are currently high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students of color are encouraged FYI DON LEMON ... CNN Anchor is th.e keynote speaker for the banquet to apply. Previously chosen grand prize winners are not eligible Applicants must have a connection to the Tampa Bay area, which includes Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota, among other communities in the region. The winners are also required to attend a re ception before the Griot Drum Ceremony and remain for the banquet. For more .information, contact Kevin Grahann, Scholarship Coordinator, at (813) 857-4096 or contactkev ingraham@gmail.com. USF To Host Annual Black Faculty And Staff \V elcome Breakfast On Thursday, September 22nd, the University of South Florida will host its Annual Black Faculty and Staff Welcome Breakfast. The event will take place from 8:30a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The yearly event is designed to introduce and welcome newly hired and promoted African American faculty and staff at the university. Event Features Area Poets Laureate Yellow Jacket Press, Florida's only publisher of chapbook manuscripts, presents the 4th Annual Poets Happy Hour and Prime Time Show, featuring the Poets Laureate of Tampa and St. Petersburg. The event will be held on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, 6:30-9 p. m. at HCC Ybor City Campus, Performing Arts Building, 1304 nth Ave. (14th St. and E. Palm Ave.). Featured poets will be Jannes TokleyofTampa (8:30) and Peter Meinke of St. Petersburg (8:15). Book signings will follow.

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Local Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Death Ruled Accidental REBECCA HAWK ... died of carbon monoxide poisoning The Hillsborough County State Attorney s Office has de termined that no crime oc curred in the death of a 23-year-old Tampa woman. She died earlier this month after a vehicle was left running in the garage in her apartment com plex. Around 9 a.m., on September 1st, a maintenance worker smelled an odor outside of a building at the Vista Grande Apartments, 5207 Cypress Palms Lane, in New Tampa. During their investigation police learned that the 2011 gray Mazda belonged to a 22year-old man who lives with his father at the complex. He parked the vehicle in the garage around 8:30 p m., and it was discovered still running the fol lowing morning. Three women, Ms. Kashundra Joyner, 20, her roommate, Ms. Rebecca Hawk and an unidentified 62year-old woman became ill from the carbon monoxide. Ms. Hawk, 23, died. Ms. Joyner, who was ad mitted to University Commu nity Hospital in stable condition, and Ms. Hawk shared a first-floor apartment. The other victim who was treated and released lived on the second floor. Ms. Hawk graduated from the University of South Florida and began working with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office as a Child Protection In vestigator. She completed her training on August 26th. Ms. Hawk had been em ployed for 10 weeks and was in the first week of field training at the time of her death. ., r-0 :!! c )> en m z :! z m r-m c: rr-z "0 c: m r-c;; :X: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :D 6

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,... 0 Former Tampan Brings Law Ol Enforcement Career To Close UJ (/) II: UJ > UJ c UJ ::I: (/) ence Degree in Criminal Jus tice from the University of South Florida. She also earned a Master s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Grambling State University. Ms. Harrison was em ployed with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office as a Meetings MY HARRISON Deputy Sheriff, Patrol Corpo ral Undercover Narcotics De tective, Prescription Fraud Detective, and Internal Affairs Investigator. She retired in February 1985. But that wasn't the end of her law enforcement career. That same month, Ms. Harrison became a Special Agent with the FBI. Following grad uation from the FBI Academy, she was assigned to the New Orleans Field Office, Shreve port Resident Agency, where she worked general criminal investigations For the next 19 years, Ms. Harrison would move 5 times, each move being a pro motional rank. She spent time in Los Angeles Houston, TX, Newark, NJ and Washington, D C (twi ce). In 2004 Ms. Harrison wa s pro mot e d t o th e r a nk of S e cti o n Chief in th e Adm inis-tra tive S ervi c es Div i s ion in Washington becoming the first African-Ameri ca n female to serve in th e FBI' s Senior Executive Schedule. Her next promotion was Special Agent in Charge in Memphis, TN. In her current position, Ms. Harrison is responsible for oversight and management of the Security Division's Ini tial Clearance, Security Opera tions, Internal Security, Information Assurance and Mission Support Sections. Ms. Harrison is the mother of 2 daughters, both of whom have Master's Degrees -Nitika (Everhart) Randolph (USF grad) and Ronnee (Harrison) Pinder (B-CU grad). She also has 1 grandson, Shayeh Jennings, a student at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Now that she s retired, Ms. Harrison plans to remain in the Washington, D. C. area. She enjoys spending time with family, coming to Tampa on frequent vacations, and work ing with her vast collection of antiques and Black art. She hopes to one day return to Tampa ::J m :::) a. Drew Park Beautification Meeting Planned z i= w ..J ..J :::) m The City of Tampa will host a community meeting to discuss the Drew Park Streetscape and Beautifica tion Master Plan project. The ..J meeting will be held on TuesW day September 20 2011 at 6 p.m. at Hillsborough Com munity College Dale Mabry Campus, 4001 W Tampa Bay Blvd., in the Student Services Building, Rooms 108-112. z i= z w (/) resitfi11g f{tfe r 'RJ:v. 'Mc'l:(j11(ey 'Yotm{], IPresidillfJ P reCotc "'Bm owered to Serve" (813)254-6282 'Ftl)(j mtoliveametampaft}yafwo.com Residents, as well as prop erty and business owners, are encouraged to attend the community meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to present the final draft of the conceptual designs for the Drew Park Streetscape and Beautification Plan to the community. For additional informa tion contact Drew Park CRA Manager Jeanette LaRussa Fenton at (813) 274-7427 or by e-mail at jeanette fenton@tampagov.n et. Persons with disabilities who may require special ac commodations at the meeting under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or re quire translation services (free of charge) should also contact Ms. Fenton at least three (3) days before the meeting. Accident Referral Services Gives Thanks To The Communitv The M i c h elle B. Patty A c cid ent A ttorn e y and M e di c al R efe rral S e rvic es c e l ebrate s 12 s ucce ss ful yea rs of service to the community This uniqu e servic e is a true testament that African Americans can be astonishing people. We as a people must believe in God "The Almighty," have trust and be lief in our own talents, and do business with each other. Ms. Michelle B. Patty decided to go into business for herself after being victimized by a television lawyer. Since then, it has been her mission to assist others and make sure they are not victimized twice after being involved in a car accident. Her business is not a busi ness that believes in getting rich off of the community, and her business actually gives back to the community. Ms. Patty has assisted children who have been unjustly ex pelled from school back into the school system. She has sponsored many sporting ac tivities, the Sickle Cell Foun dation, TOBA, church organizations, sororities, The Woods and Wanton Chapter MICHELLE B. PATrY of the Buffalo Soldiers, and many others. She has also been innovative in creating a referral service for school or public transit bus accident victims. This outstanding service is growing to new heights to help others by adding new components to the business, such as estate planning, and probate and elder law I just want to say, thank you, to all who support my business and that includes all of you who placed a banner on your property or business, said Ms. Patty. "It is because of you I was able to reach out and help so many people. Middleton High Class 011963 The Middleton High Class of 1963 will meet Saturday, September 24, 2011, 12:30 p. m. at the Golden Corral Restaurant, 11801 N. 56th St. in Temple Terrace for its bi-monthly meeting. All classmates are invited to attend. For additional information, please contact (813) 447-1194 or (813) 391-2493

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Bodv 01 Man Who Walked Out 01 Hospital Found In Canal St. Petersburg --On Fri day evening shortly after 4 p.m., a patient under care at a St. Petersburg hospital walked out A security guard observed him headed towards a nearby canal and called po lice. The Pinellas County Sheriffs Office responded to Mease Countryside Hospital, in Dunedin, and began searching for 47-year-old Terry Len Burch, of Olds mar. Police said Burch was last seen wearing a hospital gown and red socks. The investigation revealed that Burch entered the Lake Tarpon Outfall Canal at Curlew and McMullen Booth Roads. Witnesses said Burch waded into the canal and then disappeared. Several agencies re-TERRY LEN BURCH sponded to search the canal for Burch including the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office Patrol, Marine, Flight, K-9, Dive Team, and M.A.I.T. Units. The Dive Team em ployed the use of a Side Scan Sonar and located Burch's body in the canal near his entry point, about 9:17 p.m., Friday, police said. Kevin White MavHave Separate Trial The bribery trial of former Hillsborough County Com missioner Kevin White may be separated from that of his defendant. White's trial is scheduled to begin next week. However, his co-defen dant, George Hondrellis was to undergo a psychiatric evaluation at a federal med ical facility in Texas. The eval uation may take at least a month. U.S. Judge Magistrate Thomas Wilson re ferred to Hondrellis as a paranoid schizophrenic with a history of violence. Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., White's court ap pointed attorney, has filed a motion in the criminal bribery case to bar the prose cution from making any ref erence to the sexual harassment case in which White lost. Attorney Irvin also asked the judge to bar any reference to ethics com-KEVIN WHITE plaints relating to the case or to campaign contributions, and any reference to disputes over attorney's fees. Attorney Irvin also wants the judge to block any reference to circumstances surrounding the relationship between White and former County Attorney Renee Lee. The trial for White is scheduled to begin September 261h. September 21 Recognized As 'A oav Of Peace' c C/) m ""D -1 m :5: m In the course of a day, for many the word peace never enters their thought process or their vocabulary. But peace is humanity's natura] state of being Annually, September 21 is recognized as International Peace Day. In 1981, the United Na tions proclaimed the Inter national Day of Peace devoted to commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peo ples. Believing in the greatness of all citizens within the con fines of the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County, Helen LaCount Evans, President of LAEV ANS, INC. not-for-profit created the LAEV ANS Peacemakers Ini tiative and took on the task of securing a Resolution/Proclamation from Tampa City Council and Hillsborough County Commissioners, of which Councilman Frank Reddick (aide, Cedric Me-HELEN LACOUNT EVANS Cray); Councilwoman Mary Mulhern (aide, Christine Voehl) and Councilman Charlie Miranda (aide, Mary Bryan) took the lead. Thus, on Sep tember 8, 2011 Councilman Frank Reddick introduced and secured the timely passing of Resolution 2011-715. Representing Hillsbor ough BOCC, Commissioner Sandy Murman took the lead to secure a proclamation supporting this m endeavor and on Monday, September 19, 2011 pre-S::J sented it to Helen LaCount N 0 Evans in her office. This :::::: noteworthy endeavor will shift the focus from violence to Peace As violence and : Peace compete for attention of humanity, recognizing that humans are the masters of their domain, choosing to live peacefully on September 21, will be easy. Choosing life over death, success over fail ure, love over hate, together ness over envy and strife are necessary components of Peace because Peace is an ac tion word. On September 21, Ms. LaCount is asking that all people use this day as a day to encourage and embrace humanity's perfect state of being, peace. Let love ring '11 louder than any message of r hate, any thundering voice of anger and any feelings of ret-c ribution Let the true peace-)> maker shine by uplifting and m encouraging someone on this Z day with words of kindness. m r m c: r r m THEL PROGRESSIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH :! z REVEREND REGlNAL T. WEBB, PASTOR Marriage/Relationship C Theme: d Marriage/Relationsh c;/1/That Mirrors God "I do take thee to be my lawfully wedded wife/husband .. " till death do us part. Pastor Reginal & Sister Deborah Webb Facilitators Saturday, September 24, 2011 8 : 30A.M. -11:00 A.M. New Bethel Life Center 3011 East North Bay Street, Tampa, Florida 863-698-4 759 Co-sponsored by: CAMEO Ministry (Christians Actively Meeti ng & Encouraging Others) ""D c: m r c;; ::::t m .::::1 m < m -1 c: m C/) c !< )> z c '11 :!! c C) m CD

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Local 'I Can't Stop laughing' Comedv Show Held On Sept 9th-11th, Too Smooth Entertainment, presented ii Canit Stop Laughing, Vol. 2.1 The comedians performing were Red Bone, Smokey, and John Q. The first night of the tour was at Crabby Q's in St. Petersburg and the second night was at Ramada Inn in Lakeland. The last night was at the famous Cuban Club in Tam pais Ybor District. (Photography by Toby Scott). Metrice James and Shemida Joseph enjoyed the show. Deveroux Reeves and Daniel White posed for the photographer while waiting for the show to begin. Albert Hodges, Vice Director of Affairs for Cuban Club, and Sharon Gomez, Vice President for Cuban Club, had a great time and are very excited about upgrades that are in the works. Marquis and Michelle Dean were all smiles at the ii Canit Stop Laughing! Comedy Show. DJ Tom Smiley kept everyone happy with a nice blend of music. Film, 'Notln Our Town' Focuses On Making Communities Safer en c en m "tt m s:: m m lJ "Not in Our Town: Light in the Darkness" is a new film which documents the story of a town standing together to take action after a hate crime killing in their community. The film airs on Wednesday, September 21 at 10 p. m. ET on PBS. It is narrated by Academy AwardNominee Alfre Woodard. I\) Lucero had been a 9 I\) Patchogue resident for 13 o The documentary address es the growing problem of anti-immigrant violence in communities nationwide. In 2008, a series of attacks by a group of seven local teenagers against Latino residents of the Long Island, New York town of Patchogue ended with the killing of 37-year-old Marcelo Lucero, an Ecuadorian immigrant, years. The film serves as the centerpiece of Not In Our Town's National Week of Action From September 1824, public media outlets and communities across the country will host screenings, events and dis<:ussions on hate crime prevention work ing to develop new ways to make their towns safer. Light in the Darkness is the third PBS special from Not In Our Town, a project from The Working Group, whose mission is to highlight stories of communities taking positive action to fight intolerance. Middleton High Class 011965 ...... ...... ., r 0 :!;! en m z -:::! z m r m c: The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will hold a business I= meeting on Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. m Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The meeting begins at 6:30 p. m Save The Date "tt c: m r u; ::E: m c m < m The Leopards Of Serenity group are preparing for their Christmas holiday event -Red Roses Christmas Dance. The event will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011, 8 p. m. at m the Firemen's Benevolent Association Hall Dress to impress at the attire is red, black and leopard. For more information, call (813) 928-4074. The Florida Department of Health Free presents: Free The 5th Annuai1'A 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 Workshops Include ; of age and older! 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.hill sco untvhealth .org DEADUNE: September 30, 2011 Special Gift to first 200 women who register DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HILlSIOROUGH COUNTY HIAlTH DII'ADMINY >. z c ., lJ c

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a: w III w 1-a. Mavweather Wins In 4th Round Knockout w LAS VEGAS In just one U> round, Floyd Mayweather Jr. got a head butt, a kiss 0 and a hug from Victor ffi Ortiz. ::::> He responded with a right 1-hand that ended a bizarre 0 a: LL 0 z c( 0 (j) w ::::> fight early. Mayweather remained unbeaten and did it in emphatic fashion Saturday night, stopping Ortiz at 2:s9 of the fourth round to take the piece of the welter weight title Ortiz brought into the ring. The end came just as the two fighters emerged from a break, in which Ortiz had embraced Mayweather in the center of the ring. As they broke, Mayweather shot out a left hand and fol lowed it with a right that put Ortiz dawn in his corner. Ortiz struggled to get up as referee Joe Cortez called an end to the fight. "We touched gloves and we were back to fighting and then I threw the left and right hand after the break," Mayweather said. "In the FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. ring you have to protect yourself at all times." The round was already controversial, as Ortiz appeared to head butt Mayweather intentionally, leading Cortez to take a point away from him. After the head butt, Ortiz went to Mayweather and gave him a kiss on the cheek. Seconds later they were in the center of the ring ready to resume action when two punches ended it quickly. Mayweather earned $2S million and portion of the gate which will come out to be $40M. Ortiz made $2.S million, but will end up with $sM. w > w 0 w l: Mavweather Buvs 50 Cent A $20,000 Gift III ::::> a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> III ...J w Z FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. i= AndsoCENT z w (j) a: 0 ...J LL Floyd Mayweather celebrated with 50 Cent in a major way after taking down boxer Victor Ortiz in the fourth round. The 42-0 champ was spot ted after the match partying in Vegas with his rap cohort who he gifted with a new watch. Mayweather,. who made a reported $2S million off the bout, gave so a Hublot watch which costs up to $2o,ooo Obviously excited about his shiny new gift, 50 took to Twitter to show it off saying, "Look what my boy @FloydMayweather got for me. Cool its called king powerSK." Blounrs last Minute TO lifts lues over Vikings MINNEAPOLIS-Josh Freeman and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers retreated to the locker room after an awfulfirst half, still confi dent they could win despite a 17-0 deficit. The comeback, after all, is what Freeman has perfect ed in his 26-game career. LeGarrette Blount's 4yard touchdown run with 31 seconds left sent the Buccaneers past the stunned Minnesota Vikings 24-20 on Sunday, completing another rally guided by Tampa Bay's calm young quarterback. "He doesn't blink," coach Raheem Morris said. NFL Star Gives The Gift Of Education NNAMDI ASOMUGHA NFL star Nnamdi Asomugha distinguishes himself both on and off the field. The Philadelphia Eagles player was featured on The Today Show's Extra Yard for his passion for helping others. Dubbed "Senator" by his teammates, Asomugha earned the nickname for the great work that he does within California and other communities across the country. Coming from a family that stressed the importance of education, he started the Asamugha College Tour for Scholars. Each year, 12 students are granted the opportunity to visit universities across the country thanks to the program. Ex-NBA Plaver Crinenton To Face Murder Charge ATLANTA -Former Washington Wizards guard Javaris Crittenton is back in Atlanta to face a murder charge in a woman s shoot ing death. Crittenton is charged in the death of 22-year-old Julian Jones, a mother of four who was hit by gunfire during a drive-by shooting. Crittenton has denied any involvement in the shooting. Fulton County sheriff's spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan says Crittenton arrived Thursday from Los Angeles and is being held at the county jail. She said he's expected to have a first appearance before a magis trate at 11 a.m. Friday at the jail. Crittenton was detained JAVARIS CRITTENTON at a California airport two weeks ago when he was about to board a flight to Atlanta. He was suspended from the NBA along with ex-teammate Gilbert Arenas for having guns in a locker room. Anest Can FinallY Achieve 'Mena world Peace' LOS ANGELES -Ron Artest's bid to become Mr. World Peace was delayed, but not denied. A court commissioner granted the Lakers forward's request to officially change his name to Metta World Peace on Friday, three weeks after the bid was blocked because Artest had unpaid traffic tickets. Artest, 31, did not attend a brief hearing Friday. Superior court spokeswoman Patricia Kelly said that Artest's new last name will be World Peace. His publicist, Courtney Barnes, said the player chose Metta because it is a traditional Buddhist word that means loving and kind ness toward all. "Changing my name was meant to inspire and bring youth together all around RONARTEST the world," World Peace said in a statement released after the hearing. "After this short delay, my tickets have been paid and I'm glad that it is now official." He requested the change in June, citing only personal reasons. He is scheduled to appear on the next season of "Dancing With the Stars." 2011 Buccaneer Schedule PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L August 27 Dolphins 17-13 W September 1 @ Redskins 24-29 L REGULAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons 4:00 P.M. October 3 Colts 8:00 P.M. October 9 @ 49ers 4:00P.M. October 16 Saints 4:00 P.M. October 23 Bears 1 :00 October 30 Bye

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn Ranlers Embarrass faithful Against USF You ae The family of the late Lee Roy Selmon participated in the coin toss during Saturday night's game at Raymond James Stadium. (Photo by Lomax Mclncyre) BY TED TAYLOR The Rattlers of Florida A & M got a taste of big time college football on Saturday evening in Tampa, but it was not a good taste. The University of South Florida Bulls crushed the Snakes to the tune of 70-17, in Raymond James Stadium before a crowd of 50,128. USF took the opening kick off and marched 64 yards in six plays scoring on a 43-yard bomb from quarterback B J. Daniels to rec e iver A. J. Love in just 1:46, From there the romp was on. USF followed with first quarter touchdowns on runs of 6 yards by running back Darrell Scott and 5 yards by Daniels. Each drive took l ess than two minutes. Things finally started to look up for FAMU when quarterback Austin Trainor hit running back Lavante Page on a 4-yard toss. The key play was a 48-yard interception return by cornerback Devontae Johnson. USF was not fazed, however, answering quickly on a 56-yard run by Scott. FAMU scored again on its next drive on a Trainor 32yarder to receiver Edmund Baker. USF scored 21 unanswered points for a 49-14 halftime lead. The second half began as the first half ended. After going nowhere on the opening drive, FAMU saw USF tally again on a run of 30 yards by Scott. The 56-14 lead was enough for the starters to retire for the evening. Later in the quarter, Andre Davis blocked and ran in a FAMU punt from 11 yards. The reserves scored on a 2yard run by Marcus Shaw. FAMU second-string quarterback freshmen Damien Fleming engineered a driv e that led to a 34-yard field goal by Trevor Scott. FAMU travels to Atlanta next weekend for a battle against Southern University in the Atlanta Classic. Southern, of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, replaces longtime opponent Tennessee. State. Cam Newton Has Another 400-Yarder CAM NEWTON CHARLOTTE, NC While Carolina Panthers rookie Cam Newton offered so m e encourag ing hints about his prospects as an NFL quarterback, h e also provided proof that he's very much a work in progress. Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton combined for 740 passing yards Sunday with Newton throwing for a rookie record 432. Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton combined for 740 passing yards Sunday with Newton throwing for a rookie record 432. Newton's second 400-yard passing game in as many starts was offset by three interceptions, two of which led to Green Bay field goals in the Packers' 30-23 victory. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. VS. LARRY MERCHANT After a controversial finish in which he knocked out Victor Ortiz while he appeared to be apologizing for a head butt, Mayweather told HBO's Larry Merchant in a post-fight interview that he knew (expletive) about boxing and should be fired After becoming irritated with Merchant's questions about the fight's conclusion, Mayweather interrupted, "You don't never give me a fair shake So I'm gonna let you talk to Victor Ortiz, alright? I'm through. Put somebody else up here to give me an interview. HBO need to fire you because you don't know (expletive) about boxing. You ain't (expletive). This is not the first time Merchant pushed a superstar fighter's button. Mike Tyson refused to be intervi wed by Merchant after his fights, so HBO h a d to replace him After Mayweather's comments, the So-year-old commentator said, I wish I was so years younger and I would kick your ass." The interview quickly ended. Merchant admitted later in the telecast that he probably couldn' t have beaten Mayweather so years ago, but he would've tried. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 JESSICA This week's Spotlight feature returns because your phone calls demanded it. So, Jessica is back for you in swimwear. The Virgo celebrated her birthday last Friday with her Jessica wants to own her own mas sage business, so get in line fellows. When it comes to the man in her life, Jessica said he must be independent and can hold his own. She loves to model and take pictures in her spare time. Jessica's philosophy of life is "money never sleeps, and neither do 1." 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@flsentlnel.com. 3608 N. 1Sth(comer0flake) 8 m m JJ I\) 0 I\) 0 ...... ...... r-0 :!:! en m z ::f z m r-m c: rrm ::f z ., c: m r-c;; ::I: m 0 m < m m en 0 > z 0 :!:! 0 ..... w

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Entertainment N 0 N a: w !Il :iE Jav-z And Bevonce Have AllegedlY Spent S1M On Unborn W According to rumors, Be-b: yonce and Jay-Z have alread y spent an incredible $1 million dollars on their unborn baby. c (f) "Beyonce's waited a long time to have a baby and she's 1-determined to take good care of herself. She's paying a dietician to organize a food plan of natu ral organic meals for her, she's having daily massages and she's spent a fortune on lotions to prevent stretch marks and keep her feeling good." The mega superstar cou ple were documented of making $88 million last year together, so $1 million does n't seem so much when look ing at that kind of salary. BEYONCE And JAY-Z Former Rapper Tim Dog Pleads Guiltv c a: LL c z <( c (/) w :::J 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::J !Il :::J Q. z j:: w ...J ...J :::J !Il Former 1990s rapper Tim Dog, whose real name is Timothy Blair, has entered a guilty plea to grand larceny in northern Mississippi for defrauding a woman out of thousands of dollars. The 46-year-old Blair pleaded guilty last month in the financial scheme that Southaven resident Esther Pilgrim said left her with $32,000 in credit card debt. Under the plea agreement, Blair got five years of proba tion and must pay Pilgrim $19,000 in restitution within the probation period. TIM DOG Pilgrim said she met Blair in 2007 on an online dating site and the two began a long-distance relationship. She said the former rapper told her he was rebuilding his music career and needed investors for his new album. SnoopDogg Stars In Fillmore Slim Biopic FILLMORE SLIM And SNOOP DOGG We can't think of anyone better to fill the shoes of blues legend Fillmore Slim than rapper -and big pimp ing extraordinaire --Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg is set to star in the biopic "The Legend of Fillmore Slim." It was an nounced by Ames Universal and SRI Entertainment. Fillmore Slim -real name is Clarence Sims --is a blues singer and guitarist. And while you my be won dering why Snoop Dogg, of all people, is perfect for the role, let us tell you that Slim was known for more than just his music. During the 1960s and 70s, he was also a highly renowned pimp in San Francisco, often referred to as "The West Coast Godfather of the Game" and "The Pope of Pimping." The film, co-written by newcomer Carole Parker, is set to start production in December, and with Slim, now 77-years-old, currently touring, "The Pope of Pianping" has a few tricks of the trade to teach Snoop. Reggae Artist Denrov Morgan Busted For 300 Pounds 01 Pot Reggae artist Denroy Morgan was pulled over in the Bronx borough of New York City with 25 pounds of marijuana in his trunk! He drove straight through a stoplight without wearing his seatbelt which is why the cops to pull him over. Upon further investiga tion, the officers decided to search Morgan's house, where they found 310 more pounds of pot, valued be tween $140,000-$350,000. Morgan emigrated from Jamaica to the U. S. in 1965. DENROY MORGAN He was the first reggae artist signed to RCA in '84. Mr. Morgan is currently in police custody. Morgan is also the father of reggae/soul group Morgan Heritage. Outkast, Ciara Headed For L.A. Reid's Epic Records Since taking over Sony Music's Epic Records in July, label chairman and X Factor judge, L.A. Reid has been busy erasing the company's tarnished image and rebuild ing its roster, which will soon include Outkast and Ciara. Reid has a long history with both acts, who were originally signed to his LaFace Records Oabel home to a Usher, Pink and TLC). Ciara came into the LaFace fold in 2004 with her first album, Goodies. It featured the hit song "1, 2 Step" and has sold more than 2.5 million copies. Her most re cent release, 2010's Basic In stinct, came out via Jive Records. That label is being phased out resulting in DAME DASH dozens oflayoffs recently. Other Reid-era Epic signings include Atlanta MC Future, whose reported first single "Tony Montana" fea tures Drake, and Karmin, the duo known for its quirky interpretations of hip-hop tracks like Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now" and Lil Wayne's "6 Foot 7 Foot." Damon Dash Bootlegging Charges Dismissed Dame Dash can breathe a little easier as his bootleg ging charges have been put to rest. A Manhattan judge agreed to settle the restraining order that was placed on 172 Duane Street, the building that housed his DD172 stu dio / building after claims that the property's owners and Damon. Dash were selling and distributing alco hol without a license. Judge Cynthia S. Kern signed a stipulation settling the matter as long as 172 Duane Street Realty abides by the liquor laws and agrees to pro"ide security guards when holding events, agrees to warrantless inspections by police, and abide by their certificate of occupancy. Roc-A-Fella Records co founder and his associates are catching heat for running an unlicensed club called DD172 inNewYorkCity, and have been served with six counts of storing and selling alcohol without a license. DAME DASH Dash reportedly moved out of the space in New York's Tribeca neighborhood in June, but was hit for vio lating the liquor code in May and November 2010. Dash's lawyer Joshua Seidman said that the city had never served his client any papers and that "selling liquor wa:s never a part of the business model of that loca tion." If Dash had still been the tenant at the time the city served the papers, there would have been more of a chance Of his having to pay fines.

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Funerals/Memoriam MR. DAVID C. JONES Funeral services for Mr. David C. Jones will be held Friday, September 23, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa. Mr. David C. Jones, So, passed away Sunday, September 11, 2011. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Rev. Albert and Mother Annie Jones; and two brothers, Frank Jones and Mack Jones. He graduated from Alcola High School in Mississippi and entered into the Army, serving in the Korean and VietNam Wars. DaviD is survived by: his wife, Gussie Lillie Jones; his daughter, Diana Jones; his siblings, Myrtis Thurman, Catherine Stevens, Willie Nealy, Major Jones (Jenetta), Sadie Douglas (Robert) and Annie Ray (Charles). A HARMON BURIAL 2708 E. DR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD TAMPA.;,FL 33610 Ph. (813) 232-8125 Fax (813) 231-0521 Let our fumily take cru-e of }OUr fu:Jnily. "We are the key to a fin e andqualityrorvice" FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. ROSA LEE JOHN-JULES Mrs. Rosa Lee John-Jules of 1914 West Gray Street, passed away Thursday, September 15, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, September 23, 2011, at 12 noon at Mt. Calvary SDA Church, 4902 North 40th Street, with Dr. Patrick E. Vincent, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Rosa Lee John-Jules was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 25 years. She attended schools in Hillsborough and Polk Counties, obtaining her AS and BA degrees, and was a member of Mt. Calvary SDA Church. Mrs. John-Jules was employed as a counselor at DACCO. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving and devoted husband, Joseph John-Jules; father-in-law, Hiram (Agnes) John-Jules; 2 adopted sons, J. Gregory Knight and Rokeem (Maygon) Pough; stepson, Yann John-Jules; adopted daughter, Jocelyn (Ronald) Johnson; 3 stepdaughters, Jennifer (Fabrice) Antoinette, Sabina (Gregory) Currina and Joelle (Gregory) Pena; brother, Oliver L. Lee, Sr. and special friend Jennifer; 5 brothers-in-law, Gillian John-Jules, Eric JohnJules, Martin John-Jules, Steven John-Jules and Carlton .John-Jules; 4 sisters, Patricia and James Everson, Mae Robinson, Priscilla Mason, and Eva and Dallas Johnson; 4 sisters-in-law, Elizabeth Vidal, Vernell Brown, June John-Jules and Euralin Brown; uncle, Daniel (Pearl) Clark; 2 aunts, Lydia Lewis and Bernice Jackson; best friends, Patricia Smith, Margret Williams and Ella Dismuke; special friends, Rosa Kennedy and Dalton and Esther Beckles; 2 special nephews, Shanga Rey Lee and Wayne B. Smith; and a host of nephews, great nephews, nieces, great nieces, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Thursday, September 22, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. MR. CEASER MIDDLETON Mr. Ceaser Middleton of 2425 Hanna Oaks, passed away Monday, September 12, 2011. He was a native of Hampton County, South Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 40years. Mr. Middleton was employed as a handy man. He leaves to cherish his memory: brother, Rufus Middleton (wife, Irene); four nieces, Shirley Middleton and Vera Middleton, both of Tampa, Nancy Middleton of Newport, Virginia, and Jackie Middleton of Brooklyn, New York; two nephews, Ralph Middleton and Connie Middleton of Tampa; and a host of great nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 5-7 p. m., Thursday, September 22, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends during this time. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mr. Gerald C. Byrd, Tampa. Mrs. Evelyn Green, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Joseph Bhilidde, Tampa. Mr. Allen H. Franklin, Seffner. Ruth G. Holt, Brandon. Mr. David Jones, Tampa. Mr. David Moyer, Tampa. Mr. William D. White, Seffner. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Rosa L. John-Jules; Tampa. Ms. Christine Kinsey, Tampa. Mr. Ceaser Middleton, Tampa. Mrs. Julia Nunnally, Tampa. Ms. Agnes Smith, Tampa. Ms. Fancy White, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Irma Ivy Armwood, Tampa. Ms. Daisy Jones, Tampa. Elder Joseph Bernard Jones, Tampa. Specialist Christophe J. Marquis, Tampa. MRS. JULIA MARIA NUNNALLY Mrs. Julia Maria Nunnally of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, September 13, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, September 21, 2011, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 East 25th Avenue, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Julia was born to Van and Nellie Andrews in Oldsmar, FL. She was an only child and very high spirited with a mind of her own, and no one could change it. She graduated from Middleton High School, Class of 1943 From there she attended Edward Waters College for nursing. After many years she retired from GTE as supervisor of housekeeping. Julia was a member of St. John Cathedral for many years, and she loved her church very much. To cherish her memories, she leaves: like a son, Jessie Bass; cousins, Ernestine Wynn, Gloria Woods, Tedd, Sr., KennethJunious, Cynthia and Hiram Jones, Brenda and Derek Walden, Lori Mays and Chris, Wyndell and Deborah Mays, Delorius and Roosevelt Lester, Mary Jane and James Finlayson, Alphonso and Eleanor Thompson, Sr., Rosa Lee Harris, Elouise Ashley, Gertrude Andrews, Steward family of Cleveiand, Ohio, Ethel Bussey of Detroit, the Bussey family of Columbus, Georgia, Olivia Shepherd and family, Or. Debra and Colonel Keith Blowe of Severn, Maryland, Zale Mendez of Clearwater, FL, Jewel Andrews of Birmingham, Alabama, William Andrews of Clermont, FL, George and Pauline Andrews and Pearline and Alton Andrews, all of Miami, FL, Theresa Tolliver and family, Chester White, Jr. and family, Willie James Canady and family, Reverend Aaron Williams, John and Annie Williams, Bishop George Alton Williams, Van Williams and family, Floyd Williams, Mildred Fuller of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Joyce Green of Atlanta, Georgia, Cecil Mae Taylor of Bradenton, FL, Alvania and Tommie Lyles, Barbara Seldon, Curtis Nunnally, Otis Nunnally, Herman Nunnally and Osby Nunnally, all of Columbus, Georgia; sisters-in-law, Bertha Harris of Denver, Colorado, Hattie Cunningham of rie Kennedy of Compton, Cali-fornia; nephews, Solomon .=-' Williams, Clearance Williams en of Georgetown, South Car-m olina, Jessie Williams of Columbus, Georgia, and Man m Harris of Ohio; nieces, Lois :1: Cunningham, Ethel Cunning-m ham of Columbus, Georgia, m and Myrtis McFadden of J:J Georgetown, South Carolina; 1\) friends, Wayne Dixon, Eddie 9 Mays, George Mays, Sherri N Walkins, Melissa Delahaye, John Vetches, \Vanda and Clif-...a. ford Daniels; and host of other relatives, friends and neighbors. Julia will be missed. The remains will repose from 4-7 p.m., Tuesday, September 20, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN LOVING MEMORY MAGGIE MAE WOODEN Jan. 15, 1921 -Sept. 20, 2010 "TI r 0 J:J c )> en m z ::::! z m r m c: r r z "'D Lift up your hearts and C: share with me, God wanted m me now, He set me free. r From: children, Deborah, Cii Darrell, Danette and Donna; ::I: grands and great grands. CORRECTION In the Death Notices for the Tuesday, September 13, 2011, edition, the decedent was listed as Magaly Pierre; however, the decedent's name should have been Marcelle Pierre. Please accept our apology. 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-o Crime N ffi Ex-Church Member Kills Wife, Shoots Pastors During Praver Service c en w :::> 1-Jeremiah Fogle, shown in police custody, is facing several charges including first-degree murder. Lakeland --Aformer Lakeland church member is accused of killing his wife, C and then shooting two mina: LL isters in church Sunday C morning. He is being charged with first-degree murder, and three counts of <( c attempted murder. en According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, a 1-man known to parishioners as Jeremiah Fogle, walked into the Greater w Faith Christian Center, C 2035 W. Parker Street, in Lakeland, shortly before 10 en a.m. Sunday. Fogle, who :J m was wearing dress pants :::> and a dress shirt, reportedly a. walked through the front door of the sanctuary and W walked down the center ..J ..J aisle during the morning ffi prayer service. ..J He allegedly walked over to Pastor William Boss, i= founder of the church, bent Z down as if to identify Pastor Boss, and then shot him once in the back of C: the head. 0 Fogle allegedly then ..J turned to Associate Pastor LL Carl Stewart, who was on the left side of the church. He reportedly fired, striking Pastor Stewart once in the head behind the left ear, once in the left shoulder, and once in the middle of the back, police said. Two parishioners identified as Derrick Foster and Corey Reed jumped and overpowered Fogle. As Foster continued to struggle with Fogle, Reed struck Fogle with a microphone stand. Fogle was disarmed during the struggle, police said. Police located a .32 caliber revolver with one round still left inside. Fogle reportedly had six more rounds in his pocket. Both pastors were taken to Lakeland Regional Medical Hospital, in critical where they were admitted for their injuries. Fogle was treated for his injuries before being transported to the Polk County Jail. As police continued their investigation into the shooting, they went to Fogle's home at 740 Savannah Drive. They discovered the body of Fogle's wife, Mrs. Theresa Brown Fogle, 56, in the living room of the couple's home. The couple lived a block from the church. Police also learned that Fogle and his wife were former members of the church and were married there in 2002. However, Fogle nor his wife had attended sever al there for several years. Pastor Boss and his wife1 Mrs. Sharon Boss, founded Greater Faith Christian Center in 1993. ccThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 Murder Suspect Being Returned To lakeland MS. JOANNA JONES A woman who was arrest ed in Texas last week in connection with a murder has waived extradition. She is in the process of being returned to Lakeland in con nection with the charge. According to police, Ms. Joanna Jones is being charged in connection with the murder of Ms. Robin Windsor. Ms. Windsor, 54, was found dead in her apartment on January 14th. Ms. Jones reportedly lived in the same apartment complex at the time of the murder. Ms. Jones had allegedly visited Ms. Windsor and asked for money. After Ms. Windsor's body was discovered, police learned that Ms. Jones had reportedly sold property missing from the crime scene in the apartment complex. Ms. Jones was tracked to Panama City. She reportedly talked to police, but did not reveal her whereabouts. Ms. Jones also allegedly agreed to return to Lakeland on March 1st. Ms. Jones failed to keep the appointment, but police obtained evidence that linked her to the murder, police said. An arrest warrant for Ms. Jones was obtained on June 6th and she was located and arrested on September 13th in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Jones is charged with first-degree murder and robbery. Couple Charged With Aggravated Child Abuse NICOLE WATKINS ... Charged with Aggravated Child Abuse A St. Petersburg couple has been arrested and charged with the abuse of a 23-month-old toddler. The investigation into the injury of the child began last month. According to police, on August 17th, Ms. Nicole Watkins, 20, reportedly returned home from work and noticed bruising on the little girl's body, but failed to call police or to seek medical attention for the child. The following day, Ms. Watkins reportedly called police after a caregiver noticed the child's injuries. During the interview, Ms. Watkins told police the child may have been injured by another caregiver. The case was forwarded to the ROTHER LEE PIERCE ... Charged With Aggravated Child Abuse Crimes Against Children Unit for additional investiga tion. An investigation revealed that Ms. Watkins had reportedly "excessively arid maliciously" punished the child on various occasions. She allegedly beat her and leaving marks and bruises on the child's chest, arms, buttocks, and legs. Ms. Watkins was arrested on September 2nd and charged with aggravated child abuse, As the investigation continued, police inter viewed Rother Lee Pierce, 23, in reference to the child. During an interview o n September 17th, Pierce allegedly admitted hitting the child. He was also arrest ed. UNCLE SANDY ... 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National ; 0 President Obama Presents His Deficit Reduction Plan The $3 trillion in deficit r e du c tion that President Obama unveile d in th e Rose Garden Monday r ep r esents a n other p o puli s t turn for th e White House. Th e $3 trillion over 10 yea rs includes $1.5 trillion in in creas ed revenue ( $8oo bil lion in letting the Bush tax cuts expire for top income earners, $700 billion in clos ing loopholes and other tax breaks) $1.1 trillion in ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the rest in savings from Medicare and Medicaid (that primarily come from providers, not beneficiaries). Not surpris ingly, Democrats and liberals love it, Republicans and con servatives hate it, and it's un likely to be adopted by the Super Committee." PRES. BARACK OBAMA The plan raises two ques tions: One, should Republicans have taken the deficit-reduction deal Obama offered back in July which contained more sub stantial entitlement changes and less tax revenue? And two, how will Obama's pro posal (and the GOP denunci ation of it) impact the Super Committee? Pres. Obama To Attend The 2011 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Phoenix Award Dinner The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) announced President Barack Obama is sched uled to attend the Annual Phoenix Awards Dinner Sat urday, September 24, 2011. The dinner concludes the Foundation's 41st Annual Legislative Conference (ALC). President Obamais sched uled to address more than 3,000 expected attendees at the evening's event. Four distinguished individ uals will receive the presti gious Phoenix Awards, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson; U S Represen tative and civil rights activist John Lewis; athlete and hu manitarian George Edward Foreman, Sr; and civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery. --Stamp Honors Political Trailblazer Barbara Jordan WASHINGTON Former U.S. Rep. Barbara Jordan of Texas now has her own postage stamp. It's the 34th in the post office's Black Heritage series. Jordan served three terms in Congress and in 1976 was the first woman and th e first African-American to deliver a keynote a ddress at a Democratic n at ional conven tion. She des cr ib ed Ameri ca ns as "a people in searc h of a national commu ni ty" a nd said Ame ric a n s were a t tempting to create a society in w h ich all of us are eq u al." The new forever s tamp was i ss u ed in Jordan's hom e town of Houston and is on sale nationwide. This undated handout image provided by the US Postal Service shows the Forever postage stamp featuring former Texas Rep. Barbara Jordan, part of the Black Heritage series. The new stamp was issued in Jordan's hometown of Houston Friday. Pres. Obama Signs 1st Maior Patent Law Change Since1952 Pres. Barack Obama signs the American Invents Act, Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, at Thomas. Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va. ALEXANDRIA, VA President Barack Obama signed into law Friday a major overhaul of the nation's patent system to ease the way for in ventors to bring their products to market. We can't afford to drag our feet any longer," he said. Passed in a rare display of congressional bipartisanship the America Invents Act is the first significant change in patent law since 1952. It has been hailed as a milestone that will spur innovation and create jobs. The bill is meant to ensure that the patent office, now fac ing a backlog of 1.2 million pending patents has the money to expedite the applica tion process It now takes an average of three years to get a patent approved. More than 700,000 applications have yet to be reviewed. 5 Sisters Face Charges After Bus Brawl OAKLAND PARK, FL Five sisters face criminal charges after a brawl aboard a school bus in South Florida. According to the Broward Sheriffs Office, the fight began when an 11-year-old girl got into a fight with another girl at a bus stop Sept. 7. Authorities say that the 11-year-old left, but she caught up with the bus later on its route. The sheriffs office says her four older sisters followed her onto the bus as s he attacked the other girl. Bus surveillance vid eo re l eased Thursday s how s a group of women struggle past the bus driver trying to hold the m b ack. Fighting is seen in the back of the bus The 11-year-old a nd two juvenile sisters face charges, along with an 18-year-old sis ter and a 23-year-old sister. UniversitY Student FatallY 00 Stabbed Over iPod Maryland State Police have c h arged a Bowie State University student with mur der afte r they say she fatally s tabb e d h e r roommat e Alexis D. Simpson, 19, h as b ee n charged with first degree murder in the stab bing death of Dominique Frazier at Bowie State Uni versity's Christa McAuliffe Residential Community building On Thursday night author ities were called to the dormi tory after a reported fight between the two ladies ended with a stabbing. When they arrived, they found 18-year-old Frazier lying unconscious on a sec-DOMONIQUE FRAZIER ond-floor hallway. They took her to the hospi tal where she later died. The scuffle was reportedly over one of the student's iPod MP3 player The University which is currently celebrating home coming, canceled all Friday classes. m s: m m :0 1\) 0 1\) 0 ..... ..... Illinois Mom Charged In 2 Kids' Deaths Denied Bond ., r 0 :0 0 )> 00 m z :::! z m r-BELLEVILLE, Ill. -An Illinois woman accused of gunning down two of her children was denied bail and granted a public defender Friday before being led in shackles back to the jail and isolated confinement under suicide watch. Yokeia Smith faces two counts of first-degree mur der. Associate St. Clair County Judge Julie Katz entered a not guilty plea on the 25-year-old's behalf dur ing Friday's brief arraign ment. A day earlier, the single mother of three agreed to be returned to Illinois from St Louis where she was arrested shortly after the Aug. 31 killings Authorities say Smith killed her 5-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter with close-range shotgun blasts to the head in their East St. Louis apartment. Smith's 8year-old son escaped un harmed and is in the custody YOKEIA SMITH m c: r rm :::! z "'tJ c: m r-c;; ::J: m 0 of relatives. m Investigators have offered no details about what may :0 have motivated the killings. Smith's relatives have c: publicly pledged their sup-rn port for her, saying she was 0 )> bipolar and on anti-depres-< sion medication. Smith's :J> lengthy criminal background includes a litany of traffic of-., fenses and various instances :0 of assault and battery, most 0 of them misdemeanors that authorities have suggested were not indicators that Smith's legal troubles woUld escalate to murder. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line And More!

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0 N 0 N a: w m :E w Ill. w en > :-::<-. '''"" :. :., . _;.. -: :. Q a: u.. c z w Q w l: en :::::i m ::) c. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m ..J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ..J u.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CASE NO.: 11-7043 DIVISION A ROLLING SHARK, INC., a Florida corporation PLAINTIFF, vs. STROKERS II, INC., a Florida corporation JOSE DEL RIO, individually, THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, DIVISION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO, THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE and THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Department of the Treasury-Internal Revenue Service). DEFENDANT(s) CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in accordance with the Final Judgment of Foreclosure and for Attorney's Fees and Costs dated September 1. 2011, in the above-styled cause, the office of Pat Frank will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, 800 E. Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602, at 10:00 A.M. on October 3. 2011, the following described property: State of Florida Quota Alcoholic Beverage License #BEV 39-00969 series 4COP for use in Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a subordinate lienholder claiming a right to the funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the sale. If you fail to file a claim, you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. ATTN: PERSON WITH DISABILITIES IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 800 E. TWIGGS ST., ROOM 604, TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602, (813) 272-7040, AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED COURT APPEARANCE OR IMMEDIATLEY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHEDULED APPEARANCE IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this 2nd day of SEPTEMBER. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/FRANCISCO R. HERNANDEZ DEPUTY CLERK Florida Department of Transportation District Seven PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Florida Department of Transportation District Seven, invites you to participate in the Five-Year Tentative Work Program Public Hearing for Fiscal Years July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2017. The Tentative Work Program covers the next five years of preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition, construction, and public transportation projects for Citrus, Hernando Hillsborough Pasco, and Pinellas Counties and includes Florida s Turnpike Enterprise projects in these counties. These hearings are being conducted pursuant to Chapter 120 and 339.135(4)(d), Florida Statutes The hearing will be held : Thursday, October 13, 2011, 1 :30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. The hearing is being conducted as a webinar (Go To Meeting) which is a live presentation over the internet. Registration is required prior to joining the webinar. Please visit the website below to register: https:l/www2.gotomeeting.com[register/257948915 If you do not have access to a computer or the internet site access locations are provided at any of the following locations : Florida Dept. ofTransportation, 11201 N. McKinley Dr, Tampa, FL 33612 Citrus County: Inverness Gov't Building, 212 W Main Street, Inverness, FL 34450 Hernando County: MPO Offices, 20 N. Main St, Brooksville, FL 34601 Hillsborough County: MPO Offices, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Floor, Tampa, FL 33601 Pasco County: West Pasco Gov't Center, 7530 Little Rd, Board Room, New Port Richey, FL 34654 Pinellas County: MPO Offices, 600 Cleveland Street, 7th Floor, Clearwater, FL 33755 The department will receive verbal and written comments from organizations and the general public at each location Written comments not received at the public hearing must be postmarked by October 24, 2011 to become part of the official public hearing record. Written comments may be mailed to: Donald J. Skelton, P.E., District Secretary, Florida Department of Transportation, 11201 N. McKinley Drive, MS 7-100, Tampa, Florida 33612-6456 Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin age, sex, religion, disability or family status. 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