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62 Years In The -. 3 Separate Tragedies Strike Ta pa Families SEE STORIES ON PAGES 2-A AND 8-A INSIDE THIS EDITION Children's Bd. G-.. 1st: B -lack Chair SEE PAGE 4-C ... work._..ops Set To. HtaiP SEE PAGE 2-C Community Wants Boys & Girls Club SEE PAGE 1 0-A Arrested In Jewelry Haist SEE PAGE 23-A GUEST SPEAKER HISTORY CELEBRATION The City ofTampa Black History Celebration featured Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsett the guest speaker. The theme for the 19th annual event was .. Celebrating the Community: A Tribute to the Black Fraternities, Sororities and Civic Organizations ... The event was held in Ballroom D of the Tampa Convention Center. Mrs. Dorsett, center is shown witt'i her little granddaughter, Taylor Dorsett Hill; guest artist, Kayla Hill, left, and son, R etired Lt. Colonel Dwayne Oswald Hill. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)


""" 0 0 N FEATURES N' J: (.) Young Father Killed After flips Over An early morning traffic ::::!: accident claimed the life of 28-year-old father of three on CC:( Sunday. He was in Manatee County when the accident 0: occurred. which erupted and burst into flames on the shoulder of the road. Ms. Olivia Saucado, (of Bradenton), was the driver and Ms. Juana Lemon, (of Brownsville, Texas), a passenger in the vehicle were both transported to Manatee Memorial Hospit;:tl in serious condition. LL According to a spokesman for the Florida Highway Patrol Troop F, Tyrone E. Bruton was driving his 1996 Isuzu truck on State Road 45, near Piney Point Road, about 2 a.m., when he failed to negotiate a curve. Bruton reported ly over corrected the turn to the right and then to the left, causing the vehicle to flip over several times and enter the center median of the road. c a: LL c z <( c t/) w .... fi w > w c w :z: t/) ::J m D. z tu ..J ..J m ...:. w z i= z w t/) ( a: 0 ..J LL A third vehicle, a 1999 Ford, driven by Ms. Florine B. Toole, 64, of Plant City, reportedly observed the vehi cles on fire and moved from the outside lane into the inside southbound lane. She did not observe Bruton lying in the southbound lane, police said. TIRONE E. BRUTON Killed In Accident He was reportedly ejected from the vehicle and landed' on the southbound lanes of the roadway. At that point, anoth. er vehicle struck the truck, Bruton was dragged approx imately 53 feet before the vehi cle came to rest on the West shoulder of the road. Ms. Toole was not injured. The accident remains under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol. A Tampa native, Bruton attended the public schools of Hillsborough, County. He was CONGRATULATIONS ... ,, 2007 GRADUATES High schopl or' college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves. recognition. -. Sol Davis Printing can help ordering your invitations easy! ns and experie ... .!. the only child of Ms. Annie Jean Bruton, who died when he was 7-years-old "My sister asked me and my wife (Mrs. Gilda Bruton), to raise him, and he grew up like my son with otir 6 girls. Those were his sisters. "He was a good-spirited person who always kept you laughing. He was a hardwork ing father who took care of his children. He just worked hard for his children. Everyone loved him and he had friends an over. town. He was never violent and just loved to make people laugh. "I can't sayanything bad about him. He was a God-fear ing young man and a member of New Hope M. B. Church," 'his uncle Bernard Bruton said. He graduated from Brandon High School i n 1997 and worked in the construction )ndustry until he was laid off recently. Bruton also enjoyed spending time with his 3 children, two daughters, 9 and 7, and 5year-old son. He also enjoyed sports. His uncle said Bruton has had custody of his 7-year _old daughter for the past 5 years. He is also survived by sever al other relatives and friends. Funeral services have been planned for 2 p.m.,. Saturday at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Morning Glory Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com. Mother Of Three Dies Suddenly; MRS. PAMELIN BEVEL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Funeral s_ervices will be held for a 49-year-old Tampa mother who died suddenly Monday night: She was being treated at a local hospital after complaining about 'a pain in her leg at the time of her death. Services for Mrs. Pamelin Bevel will be held at 11 a.m., ; Saturday at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Her husband, James Bevel said Mrs. Bevel had complained of pain in her right leg a'nd he took her to Brandon Region&l on Sunday. Her con dition didn't improve and he took her back to the hospital about 7:30p.m., on Monday. .. He said the hospital staff had taken his wife to have xrays and blood work. Bevel said it was after 10 p.m., when he observed hospital sta,ff running to the area where his wife was. He went to see what was going on, when he learned that Mrs. Bevel had gone into cardiac arrest. The hospital staff was unable to resuscitate her. Mrs. Bevel had no known heart problems and had not had any previous problems with her leg before, he said. "I don't know what hap-pened. I'm waiting on the Medical Examiner's Report." A Tampa native, Mrs. Bevel was the daughter of William and Vera Engram. She attended the local schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Jefferson High School in 1976. She continued her education atBethuneCookman College, where she earned her B. S. degree in Business Management in 1980. Mrs. Bevel was pursuing her Masters Degree at the University of _Phoenix at the time of her death. After graduatii-tg frorti college, Mrs. Bevel was employed by national, state, and local organizations. She became a housewife and stay. at-home mother after her marriage In October 2006, Mrs. Bevel entered the workforce again obtaining the position of Administrative Assistant at Morning Glory Funeral Home. Elder Robert Sturgis said she worked on Friday, but, complained about her leg bothering her. She didn't return to. work. '"She always joked about trying to be cute \wearing those small heels," Elder Sturgis said. Mrs. Bevel was the mother of Marcus Wesley, a junior at the University of Cumberland in Williamsburg, Kentucky, 10-year-old and 8-year-old Jazmin Bevel. Mrs. Bevel had contacted the Sentinel last week inquiring about paying tribute to her sons. She said Marcus had had a good football season and Jamal had won recogni tion with his science project. Her husband said Mrs. Bevel was very ed and involved self with her children's activities. In addition tp her ht:i!band, children, and parents. she is survived by severa other rdatives and friends .. Mo rr&ing Glory l'uneral Home iF in charge of handling

FEATURES Hyatt G. Chosen Cht;tir -Of National Association Roundtable To Discuss International Business Opportunities BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor When Robert L. Steele, III, went to college at Tennessee State University, he received a Bachelor of Science degree after majoring in biology. His goal was to become a doctor. He became a waiter at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Nashville, TN and the rest is history. That was 31 years ago. After working his way up in the Hyatt system, he is now General Manager of the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. This past November Steele became the 2007 Chair onhe American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA), the largest trade association representing the U. S. lodging industry. He is the associa-. tion's second African-American chairman. As the new Chair of AH&LA, Steele has been quite busy. In 2 months, he has already visited 4 college campuses to discuss the lodging .industry. He visits colleges and universities to introduce young peop:e t.o the world ofHospitality. His goal is to "eliminate the attitude of servitude and talk about the opportunities available in the industry -through cruise ships, theme parks and ROBERT L. STEELE, III ... 2007 Chair, American Hotel & Association other attractions -and the money that can be made with patience." He also shares that those who enter the industry must be willing to move around. Robert (Bob) Morrison (Atty.), Executive Director of the Hillsborough County Hotel and Motel Association (19 years), adds that the industry utilizes a wide range of talent from IT skills, construction engineers to accounting and sales. "There's a plethora of opportunities within," he said. In the year that he will serve as Chair of AH&LA, Steele, a native of Memphis, TN, hopes to visit at least 35 states that the organization pa.rtriers with. "As Chairman, Mr. Steele has the opportunity to set the proud to be endorsed by tone for diversity and CEOs can see that a person of color can compete and perform," Atty. Morrison said. "It is a valuable experience that will yield dividends long after his term is gone." Prior to locating to Tampa 2 years ago, Steele served as the General Manager of the Hyatt Regency Baltimore (MD), Hyatt Regency Washington (D. C.) and Hyatt Fairlakes (Fairfax, VA) Here in Tampa, he is respon sible for the overaH success of the hotel -revenue and profit to the owners, sale of food, beverage and rooms, 400 employees, 3 restaurants, meeting places -all service levels. He serves as an active member of the Board of Directors, Tampa Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, Board of. Directors, Hillsborough County Hotel and Motel Association and Westshore Alliance. Steele and his wife, Sheila, an educator, are parents to 3 children, Robert, zy, Tiffany and Adam. "This is our largest year in terms of membership/ Morrison said, "and that's unique because we have the national chair in this area." An upcoming roundtable discussion will highlight business opportunities in the Tampa Bay area and Africa. The Urban Florida League of Business and State Representative Betty Reed will sponsor the roundtable discussion on Friday, March 2pd at 11:00 a.m. "Representatives from the Angolan Government have expressed a strong interest in attracting African-American owned businesses in the State of Florida. This is an opportunity to explore economic development internationally," said Rep. Reed. Several members of the Angolan Government will be in attendance at the meeting ir1cluding: Dr. Eduardo Chingunji, Minister of Tourism and Hotels; Dr. Abrahao Gourgel, ViceMinister of Industry; Dr. Jose Morias, Jr., Minister of Finance a n d Mr. Julius Jackson, Chairman, President and CEO of the Millennium Group Worldwide. Henry Carley, a member of the Board of Directors for the Urban Florida League of Business, says there will be future meetings to help Experience Chair, Tampa City Council, 2004-present REP.BETIY REED HENRY CARLEY Board of Dlr., Urban Florldn League of Business Black-owned business from Tampa and Africa establish working relationships. "This meeting will be to explore genuine business opportunities and markets in many of the smaller African countries that are trying to expand their business like Liberia, Zaire and Angola," said Carley The roundtable discussion will be held at the Urban Florida League of Business officelocated at 1803 N. Howard Avenue. For more in(ormation, please call Keevin Williams, the VicePresident of the Florida Black Business Investment Board, at (407) 420-4875. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921 He can also b e reached at ad(wis@fls en tinel.com. Member Tampa City Council, 1995-present President and CEO, Miller, Miller & Associates 1994-prese!=lt Human Relations Specialist, Hillsborough County Schools, 1970-94 E l ementary School Teacher County Sch ools, 195] -70 Awards & Honors ,. Milestone Award, Tampa-Hillsborough Urban Leagu e Hank Warren Memorial Award, Communiiy Relations Office, City ofTampa Points of Light Award, National Association of Counties Outstanding Service Award, Kappa Alpha Psi Education Florida A&M Master 's and Bachelor's degrees in education Endorsed By Tampa Firefighters Hillsborough County Firefighters Florida Bulletlnj ne-'lect La Gaceta "Gwen" ,.._,..... -,.- U S. 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_ EDITORIALS I COLUMNS -c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) .... > .a: w > w c w en ::::i ID ::::) D. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::::) ID .::. w z i= z w tn 'C a: g u. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 2ot'140) 2201 21st Avenue. Tarfl)::O Florida 33605 (913) 248 Published Every Tueaday and Friday By FLORIDA SENllNEL.BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper PubUshelli Associalion (NNPA) and Amalgamated Ptblishers. Inc. New York. c 1990 CP Tii'I)EIII8)1ntemational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Petiodical Postage Paid AI T arllJ.S FL W W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Btythe Andrews tsot-tsn (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS," JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions_.$44.0()-Per Year Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year One Edition. Opinions on ed i torial pages of thls newspaper by Columnists or Gueat Writers, do not necessar ily reflect the editorial stZince of The FJorid Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Support Gov. Crist's Plan To Restore Voting Rights To Ex-Felonsl ust when you think Gov. (:harlie Crist has used up most of his trump cards, he pulls another one from his hand of hearts. Having only served 60 days in office, Gov. Crist has racked up a prestigious list of people-oriented policies and actions. These policies include lobbying Pres. Bush for a catastrophic reinsurance fund, making state government more user friendly, attacking the home insurance problem, addressing the property tax issue, investigating poorly performing private companies and revamping racist portions of the Florida State Song. However, recently Gov. Crist annoimced that he was considering restoring voting rights to by executive order. We have long supported allowing exfelons the right to vote once they have served their debts to society. Requiring ex-felons to jump. through in order to have their voting rights restored is punitive and mean-Spirited. In late 2005, Florida was one of only three states in the nation (Virginia and Kentucky were the other states) who imposed permanent bans on ex-feions voting rights which. could only be changed by individual appeals. Considering the fact that .while the majority of the more than 600,000 ex-felons in Florida are white, and nearly half of them are Black, Gov. Crist's decision to levy executive privilege on ex-felons' behalf is one' that our readers shoul'd support. Supporters of voting rights for ex-felons believe participating in elections can. help give ex-felons a sense of being connected as public stakeholders. Indeed, a civil rights advocate once said, "In prison, you lose your liberty, not your-citizenship."Therefore,. we encourage our readers to write or email.Gov. Crist to support him; and encourage him to join at least 35:other states to restore votirig rights to ex-felons by executive order. Our nation's involvement h1 fighting to bring democracy to Iraq and Afghanistan is shallow when 'we deny that same democracy. to hundreds of thousands of our own citizens. That's what we Wha. t do you think? For School Personnel ; .:;;;: t sound!i outrageous. But for a number of school i : : i random drug testing for students has :: :1ibecome a common occurrence. Oklahoma .schools had been challenged by the U.S. Supreme Court in June 2002. The court ruled in the school's"'favor .Since that time, more school systems have adopted drugtesting policies. We suggest one more policy. Recent news reports point to a move to make ran-. dom student mandatory in all schools federal funds. Such can be required < evP.n though there may be no suspicion of illt.'gal drug -=i-use, or evidence that are a widespread problem in :1 .In some school systems, the testing if applies only to students whu 'oluntarily choose to (Series) in racial justice in this country, one will have mastered one aspect of interhistory and its impact on the affairs of civi lization and the future. Before the abolition of slav ery, no event before the Civil War stood out over the Dred Scott Decision of 1857. It was the most influential event in bringing about the end of slavery. The nation had passed legislation here and there as stop-gap measures, resolving such frictions surrounding that inhumane institution. Many that the Drerj. Scott Decision was the straw that broke the camel's back. Court, added that since the John Hope Franklin and Missouri Compromise was Alfred A. Moss, Jr. wrote in unconstitutional, masters "From Slavery To Freedom," could take their slaves anyDred Scott was a Missouri where in the territories arid slave whose master had first retain to them. The taken him to live in free decision was a clear-cut vic Illinois, and subsequently to tory for the South. With the a fort in the northern part of highest court in the land the Louisiana Purchase; preaching the proslavery doctrine, there_ where slavery had been excluded by the Missouri was little hope that anything short of a drastic poli tical or Compromise. Upon his social revolution would bring return to Missouri, Scott an end to slavery. -sued for his freedom on the Of course, historically, we grounds that residence on can fill in the picture from free soil had liberated him ... here The next court decision The majority of the court would be dealing with racial ruled that Scott was not a segregation, and the umbili' citizen, and therefore could cal cord ofhuman bondage in notbringsuitinthecourts." this country.'Pie_ssy vs. Chief Justice Roger B. Ferguson of 1896 would give Taney, speaking for the _us that. (To be continued.) that the month of that coincided with the was 20-years-old when he ..... n.,rv has come to arrival of Marcus finally obtained his high end, people will It was also Dr. _Woodson school di'ploma. But he con-turn their attention to other who fought to have a time tinued on and enrolled in colthings for the next_ twelve set aside to celebrate the lege, collecting degrees as he months. Everyone shares the many contributions to the progress ed. belief that Black History making of this country by Dr. Woodson became Month is over. African .Americans. After colknown for his We 11' the. man th of lecting information for years, and willingness to withstand February is over, but Black Dr. Woodson founded the controversy. He is also.,..<;redHistory is a year-round event first celebration in 1926. ited with organizing th. e and should be r _emembered He selected the second Associated PublitM.ers in as such. If one were to step week in Febru'ary as the .1920. That organization is back into history, he could time to Ov.er time, the oldest African American probably find a the. celebration has been .publishing company in: the to improve the quality of life ex'tended to include the country. on any calendar date. Dr. on died on The reason Black History entire month. In addition to establishing Apr-il 3, 1950, at the age of .. is celebrated is of G w d the celebration, Dr; 74. He \Yas buried in Lincoln Dr. Carter 00 son. ; 1 d Memorial :Cemetery in Dr. Woodson is the first to Woodson a so introduce person known to hav. e col.. the "f!legro.,, History ,. lected and compiled the Bulletin,". in 1937, H e is only one of many: accomplishments of African' ly. created for educators to African Americans who Americans_ : teach African his. made lasting to ,_ In 1916, Dr. Woodson tory. the formation of this country began publ.ishing the Di-. wooclson. was a And, I don't think they all Journal of Negro History. It. visionary in that he realized took place during the month. a quarterly publication the value of an education He. ofFebruary. participate in athletic and extracurricular activities. We support the rationale for drug testing, safe and drug-free learning environments, as well as early intervention and treatment for students. However, with our support for random student drug testing comes our support for random drug' testing for all school personnel and volunteers. Do*'t misunderstand. W e make no insinuations or implications of wrongdoing. Though numerous school employees have been arrested for drug possession or attempts to p .urchase drugs, addiction poses the same if not greater threat to student safety. Therefore,-we believe any congressional action that seeks to require random drug testing of students in schools receiving federal funds, should also apply equally to school personnel and volunteers. We ur.ge our congressional representatives to include all adults who interact with children in any mandated random drug-testing policy.


. COLUMNS -_ The Florida Sentinel Endorses: The Sentinel Editorial Board has conducted candidate interviews over the last several weeks The candidates were asked questions appropriate for the office they are seeking Whether or not you agree with our choices, we encourage our readers to VOTE on March 6 2()07. Mayor Of Tampa Pam Iorio City Council Dist. 1 Gwen Miller City Council Dist. 2 Mary Mulhern City Council Dist. 4 Julie Brown City Council District 5 Rev. Thomas 'Tom' Scott City Council Dist. 6 Charlie Miranda City Council Dist. 7 No Recommendation Life Is Great! 1 telling a young man how I was looking forward to my birthday and I told him how old I'd be. He looked me directly in the eyes and said he didn't fi!Xpect to live near ly that long The young man is not experiencing any health issues .It's the lifestyle-of his peers and associates that causes him to make this This thinking preva-ils among our young mefi; and that's the: !reason they appear to ribf car e about anyone or-anything. They actually don't expect to reach their 40s, and they're doing everything they can to make sure the y don't For some reason, these young men feel they have nothing to live for or look forward to. They are trying to live life as fast as the y .-:m, and it doesn't matte r how many f atherless chiliren the y leav e b ehind. Where did this hope lessness come from? .. First, let's look inr,ide the home. The parents of some of these young men don't giv e them hope They e n courage them to b e devi and e ncourage. the m to do whatever it takes to keep the cash flowiJig The parents know their sons are armed with weapons, and know they will hurt some one The second p-lace is the school system. After they've exhausted the system, including alternative schools, they accept the notion they aren't wante d anywhere. Hopelessness locks in, and they do what they have to do to survive. They think they can't get jobs because of their past, and lack of education, and they aren't willing to change 'that. My message to these young men is life is great. 1'bere's so much to look forward to. and it's a blessing from God to be able to look back and review the life you've had. That's where wisdom comes from. Stop trying to give it a!l away. It's not worth it, and once you get the foolishness out of the way, you'll see how beautiful it will b e to reach old age I appeal to all the young men who read this to change their thinking and protect each othe r It's important that a ll of you embrace life and b e grateful to h ave it. Another View By RANDOLPH KINSEY I Agree With Condil ......... .. Condoleezza RICe and I have ever agreed on anything before now, but I have to admit that at last, I agree with her. The lady and I are on the same page In a recent televised inter view, Ms. Rice admitted that while things are better in the United States, racism still exists. Condoleezza pointed out that Blacks now sit in board rooms as members. They serve as CEOs of large corporations, and are elected to key government positions In spite of this progress, racism is alive, well and still serves as a hindrance to Blacks. Condoleezza Rice pointed out that the highranking position of Secretary of has been occupied by a minority for the past 12 years. A white female, and two African-Americans have been the last occupants of the Secretary of State office. Education, hard work and dedication are the keys t o overcoming racism and other roadblocks to success. Blacks have lived with racism for more than 400 years. No matter how it is disguised or applied, it is the same old racism that Blacks have experienced since Blacks have been on these shores Blacks must continue to work and fight to erase the last traces of racism and denied opportunities. But Blacks must not allow these devils in disguise to impede their progress. Hinepartsl Many Blacks feel that Sister Condi has forgotten who she is, and whe.re she com es from. I have a ll owed myself to share in this think ing I was really glad to hear Ms. Rice express her opinion on national television Condoleezza didn't make a big deal of it, put she did acknowledge the plight of Blacks as it relates to racism. At the same time, she advised Blacks not to be handicapped by this age-old devil. I could not have expressed this fact any better than Condoleezza Rice. I no w believe that she real izes that she is Secretary of State. I also now believe that Ms. Rice also realizes that she Black. I agree with Condi. even! "CURSES! WHO WAS THI S HINESPARTS?" Loddy had tears in his eyes ; -but not a word in his I mouth! So, ii fell to me to keep up this crazy conversation. I asked, "Bro. Hines, what is your pI a tfo r m ?" and Loddy Doddy Hinesparts huffed! "At least "What do you MEAN what is hanging out at I voted!" Loddy looked at my platform?" I MEAN ur favorite restau-d d "H. t me an sat e s go a :what will you do if you rant when who stood facing pot'nt therel" b ecome the President?" Said us but a very peculiar gimtleI d d th' h h d n ee ; 1s man w o a Hinesparts, "If I become man. At first, we thought he th t 11 h l f e nerve o ca 1mse President, I will put a chick-was a traveling salesman. "Hinesparts," did have a 1 ., r 0 (/) m z z m r;ll:J c r rm :::::! z \J .. c llJ r en ::t: m c Then he introduced himself. en 10 every pot, a dol ar in point! He had so many eve .ry pocket, e very day win The stranger said, "Excuse points, he began to remind b h I'd d 1 m me! My name is Rutherford e a 0 1 ay a n every eag e < B. Hines, Jr., but the people me of a porcupine! I was trywill fly on Friday! The buses ing to finish my lunch so will run on 'time, won't < call me 'Hinesparts' 'Brother Hines,' for short!" Loddy Doddy and I could nobody get their water or get on about our business of their electricity cut' off and em He said, "I'd like to know if I could sit down and talk to trying to make some money! every boy or girl who goes to (J) But it seemed Hinesparts school will get a free iPod you two gentlemen about would not takeno.for an and their own laptop! And I < something you might find answer. So I asked a will stop the war in Iraq and > very important!" I looked at question. Afghanistan!" ES Loddy, Loddy at ine "Well, you want to run for I started to say, ., with that look that said, "MAAAAAN, HAVE YO U :a_ office! "I do," said "Uh-oh, we got a live one!" LOST YOUR MIND?.?." But C Hinesparts proudly! "What > We cleared a space at our offi ce?" I asked. "What do that was obvious. So, instead < table, and Hinesparts intro--you mean what. office?" what I said was, "Give me duced himself into our lives! "What office are you running that petition so I cari sign it." For a whil e he seemed to for?" I repeated somewhat' After all, as Thomas ignore Loddy Doddy, and irritably! Just as irritably, as Jefferson would have said, looked straight at me. if I was a fool who ought to in an American Democracy, Hinesparts abruptly asked, have figured .. it .out, every man and ,woman has "Will both of you sign' this Hinesparts announced, "l 'an alienable right to run for here pPtition so I may run am running for President of political office! for political office?" "But -course!" "For PRES!-Loddy looked at both of excuse me," I said, "Now, I D ENT???" I half-shout ed! u _s, and shook his head I cannot speak for Bro. "What do you know about handed our n e w fri end his Loddy Doddy, but as for being President?" "NOTH-He tried t!J hand it me, I do not know you!" "So?" ING!" "Have you ever met to Loddy Doddy who said Bro. Hines. "What has the President?" "NOPE! refused to even look at it, tha t go t to do with anything? HAVE YOU?" And that Then h e thanke d both People vote for people "the y made me angry! How d id he Loddy and nw, and got up do not know all the time! know I h a d n e ver met the to leav e ... whe n a ll Take me for instance. This President? But I h adn't! of a sudden, Loddy spoke last time I voted, I did not Then Hinesparts said, He said, "Hey Hinesparts!" know h alf of those rascals! "Well, you h a v e neve r met man turned quickly on B I d r the President, but you sure 1 S heel_ s, fixed Loddy ut vote wr them any -:lJ as h eck have met me! So, I Doddy ,with a n outrageous l> way! "That's not right," I ,... guess as far as you a r e con-gr n d d "'J'l t' '" bristled! What do you mean cerne d, that m a kes m e and I an sal a s m that's not right?" PRES DENT il; ."' ES-U1 the President more than PARTS to you }>


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LOCAL Business Celebrates 1Oth Anniversary With 2-Day Expo BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer On Friday, April 6th and Saturday, April 7th, a two-day Business Convention, Exposition and Trade Show will be held at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina. Ms. Kamara Crawford, owner and president of Intellect Professional Services, Inc., is hosting the event in honor of her lOth year in business. The theme for this event is On The Next Level" and will inClude training and networking in the form of vendors, exhibits, corporate seminars and workshops by industry experts. There will also be a VIP & Celebrity Golf Tournament held at the Plantation Palms Golf Club. Those in attendancf! can participate. in seminars such as "Federal Procurement," "Cyber Security," "Business Compliance," an "Economic Development Summit," and an "Official U S Department of Homeland Security Training" Session. Ms. Dayle of Court TV, who will conduct seminars on Criminal Profiling. Ms. Hinman is featured in her O\'\n show, "Body Of' From The. Case Files Of .Dayle Hinman" that on Court TV. A retired Special Agent, Ms. Hinman was one of the first people trained in forensic profiling under. John E. Douglas. Dr. Robin L. Smith is the keynote speaker for the event. Dr. Smit.h, who appears on the' Oprah Winfrey Show, is also a radio personality, and a best selli .ng author. Additionally, Rona'ld Langston, National Director of the Minority Development. Agency in Washington, D.C., will he in MS. KAMARA CRAWFORD Owner of Intellect .Worldwide attendance. .Other events include the 2007 CEO Forum & Reception, the Award. s & Scholarship Dinner, and the Taste-Of-Evant, 'which features a Wide variety offoods. Intellect Professional Services is the of Ms. Crawford, who opened its doors in' 1997 She holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree, a Bachelors of Criminal Justice Degree, and an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies. ''This Expo offers something for the established business as well as the Entrepreneur. There is something for everyone and we are encouraging everyone to come out and enjoy himself or herself. "I am so grateful to God to be able to see Intellect grow to celebrate 10 years. of service. And l want entrepreneurs to. know that true business will cross all boundaries, ics, and demographics," Ms. Crawford said. During the past decade; she has watched the business grow and expand into other geographical areas and said her company is now ready to compete globally. Intellect Professional Services offers a wide array of services ranging from clerical REAL ESTATE.LAW .-FAMILY LAW Bond Motions Felony Misdemeanors Traffic Warrants VOP Personal Injury I Jill W. MLK Ste. lOO Tampa, FL (813) 774-1800 CIIC chuck!,.rrccnc@hotmail.com r=:J 1\eliritnfab')'ft'iiH tUlak,l""-"-latlitfot ...... adwcrt:iRellnls J'l' _....._-.. k.l ... ,,. r .. wriltft .. DR .. ROBIN L. 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lOCAL Disparity Task Force Concludes Revievv Of Recommendations The Mayor's Disparity Anthony Padilla of Ener-Study Task Force concluded gy Services agreed and said their review of the 35 recom-far too much time is being mendations provided to them spent selecting sub-c .ontracby consultant, Mason and tors. Tillman during a meeting "All we need to review are Wednesday night. the sub-contractors who can The Task Force reviewed perform that particular task. recommendations 26 through In the past, a process that 35, and recorded comments should have taken me an and suggestions from the rep. hour has taken more than 5 resentatives in attendance. hours. That's wasted time." City of Tampa Minority City Manager Darrell Business Manager Greg -Smith was pleased with the Hart conducted the meeting, tracking system recommendand slrid their next meeting is ed, and felt it should be on March 7th. implemented quickly. "There was more discussion "We really need to be able on construction related ser" to know what we're looking at vices. and the selection arid which sub-contractors process for bid incentives. To have been under-uti 1 ized. level the playing field, evalua-They need to be outlined or tions and a point system will highlighted." be used -to determine selec-Sol Davis, Jr. of Sol Davis tions. They will be based on Printing felt the evaluation qualifications, not a bidding criteria recommendation process." needed some work. Hart said there has been ''To offer incentives to prime underutilization of some sub-contractors to use under-uticontractors, and they hope lized sub-contractors doesn't that will be changed with the mean they will do that. We recommendations now in need to stipulate they follow place through and use what's been "We discussed a sheltered submitted to them. I think. market concept for businesses the 5% in bid discounts for like Sol Davis Printing to help identified businesses may him compete with the larger work if there will be companies. We want to tees it will work as designed." restrict the competition to When the issue of sub-con that" peer group to cut bac)t tracting goals was brought under-utilization and give up, virtually everyone ; them a chance to com-thought a 5-year review peri pete. Availability must be od for availability of sub-con-dete rmin e d first." tractors was too long. ing basis with voluntary good faith efforts compliance. Those goals will be reviewed annually. Availability will be evaluated every 5 years and utilization annually." Everyone agreed that utilization data should be moni tored to make sure sub-contractors are being used. One recommendatidn 'to conduct outreach and implement marketing strategies to attraCt more businesses was well received. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at" (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentineL com. Hands Of God Ministries, Inc. 2918 East 27th Avenue Jan Ash of Ash Engineer-Hart said the reason 5 BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, JR;, ing, said she felt there should years was suggested is it Pll$tor Dorothy Ferguson _be a system set up WAere would take'between 3 and 5 Sunday:SundaySchooi10A.M. prime contractors wouldn't years to determine availabili-waste so much time selecting ty. Praise & Worsh_ip/Morning Service 11 A.M. the s ub-contractors for their "You can't track that pro-Evening Service 6 P.M. projects. cess in a year. That's just not Bible Study: Wednesday 7 P.M. "We need to know the track enough time. Evangelist Night: Friday7 P.M. record of the sub-contractors "As far as sub-contracting 1 Have Set Before You An Open Door anci whether they are familiar goals are concerned, they will ._ __________ .___, with specific projeCts be established on a non-bind-1ST INSTITUTIONAL. CHURCH 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. W James Favorite, Pastor Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Family would be honored to have_ the community join us in our "Pastors 12th Anniversary Celebrat ion" Services @ Beulah Speal :II (") :X 1\) 0 0 ...... r-0 :II 6 l> fA m z ::! z m r-1 aJ c: r rm -f z "tt c: aJ r-u; :X m c m < m :II. < -f c: m fA c l> z c "T1 :II c


s 0 N N' ::r; 0 a: <( :E 9 a: LL c a: LL c z .<( c (/) w 1-> a: w > w c w ::r; (/) :::i m Q. z ...J ...J m ...J w z w (/) a: g LL MOUNT CARMEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Hunter Rd., Plant City, FL 33566 0 ( 8 13) n0-2424 or (81 3 ) 325-7078 ....----"'-----..... ITS ALL AB.,UT 'ESUSI SUndav SChool to a.m. Morning Wonllip 11 a.m. Bible Sluclv 7=30 p.m. Wednesdav Pas lor Diredlons To The C hurdl: Teke 1-4 lo Plant City Exit 21. Keep slraislht to Highway 39, go about 4 miles 1o H unter Road, tu m Right on Hunter R oad. t he Church Is 1/4 mile on t he left For Transportation, Call: (813) 983-1912 "Our Mi.wrm /.rEm 'XJweiment Tlurm h The Wotd 0. "Cod" THE MIRACLE FAITH REVlVAL CHURCH March 11 Sunday 12noon An 'In Honor Of Service APOSTLE E LOCKHART Pastor The 2726 E. 15th Avenue Tampa,FL. MARCH5-II Bible. Says Purpose J. T. smith Our purpose in providing these articles is simple. W e want to invite you to study with us each week what The Bi b l e Says. We are not interested.in what men may think. If God's B oo k doesn't teach it, it is not. the truth. Jesus said, "And ye shall know the truth, aiid the truth shall make you free" (John 8:32). He also said, "Sanctify them through Thy truth: Thy word is truth" (John 17:17). God makes it very clear that the New Testament is His Final Revelation. Note the following passages: John 16:13 "Howbeit when He, the Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: for He shall not speak of Himself; but He shall hear, that shall He speak: and He will shew you things to come." The apostles received all truth. II Peter 1:3 ''According as His divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him that hath called 4S to glory and virtue: II Timothy scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof,. for correction, for instruction in righteousness: 17That the man of God may be perfect, throue'hly furnished unto ail good works." Notice what the above verses aff"rrm. The truth (which is ab$olute) is given by God through the Holy Spirit to the New Testament apostles and pr.ophets and: (1) proides us with all truth; (2) gives us all things that pertain to life and godlines. (3) completely furnishes us unto every good work. My friends, the Bible is the final revelation from God. Study with us each week to see what The Bible Savs! Nebraska Ave. Church of Christ, 4ti013 Nebraslca Ave, Tampa, FL 33603 Schedule o f Services-=-Sunday. 9: 30am 10:30 am ; 6 :00 i)m -Wed. 7 : 30pm ?hone LOCAL Northeast Community Working To Get Boys & Girls Club In Area BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer A Boys & Girls Club would give youth a positive place to go, and help reduce crime in Tampa's northeast community according the area's civic association president. Jo.el Barnum and the Northeast Community Civic Association are striving to bring a branch of the wellknown recreational facility to the neighborhood. The group is receiving support from the neighboring River Grove Civic Association, an d the City of Tampa has shown an interest in helping with the effort. The borders of the Northeast community are 40th Street to the west, Hillsborough Avenue t o the south, 56th Street t o the East and the Hillsborough River to the North: The nearest Boys & Girlfl Club is the David & Casey Shear facility at 2313 E. Yukon Street. "This would really benefit Jesus New Covenant Deliverance Fellowship Church JOEL BARNUM President, Northeast Community C ivi c Assoc., Inc. our community. We recognize that this is a high crime area, and the kids in the community really don't have any place to go f o r recreation," said B arnum. "The North Tampa .facility o n Yukon, and the B oy s & Girls Club i n Ybor City is too far for many parents to take their kids." The late Ms. Willie Mae Jones, the former Northeast Civic Association president, began the original. effort. Barnum says there has been positive feedback and support from various. people within the community including: Bobby Bowden, fanner Director Of Community Affairs for the City of Tampa, Bobby Wilds, a former supervisor with the local Boys & Girls Club and R o y Opfer, local CEO of the Boys & Girls Club. Barnum says Randy Crowder, Real Estate Contract Specialist with the City of Tampa, has looked at some city land in the community as potential sites for the Northeast Boys & Girls Club. "We are in the process of forming a community board with nearby businesses and residents. We want to see how much emphasis on this we can gain from the community," said Barnum. "I have n o doubt that this can en.hance ou"r community if we can have people in the community to support it." We're Still Here! 2909 E H illsb orough Ave. (At 30th S t ) 3 ) 237-2085 "Equipping The Saints For The Work Of The Ministry" Ephesians 4:12 EVANGELIST JANICE BRONSON CREWS And Co-Pastor JAMES CREWS Wednesday, 7 P M -Bible Study Friday, 7 P M.-Prayer Sabbath Service-12 Noon (Every Other Saturday) Open For Other M i n istri e s Contact Sis. Doyle 334-333-1338 Sunda)' Service 12 Noon Pra er 1/2 Hour Before Service DIVINE INTERVENTION MINISTRIES Presents ON -QUE! MAGAZINE ( 813) 325-7078 BIG JOH N S A L ABAMA BAR-B -QUE (813) 620-0603 HARMON FUNERAL HOME (813) 626-8600 and DON AND MARIE AUTO GLASS & TINTSHOP (813) 770-24 2 4 West Tampa Location 2001 N Albany Avenue, Tampa, FL. 33607 8 a.m. Early Worship 10 a.m. -Sunday School 7 p.m. -Wednesday Intercessory Preyer 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Worship Service South Tampa Location 5833 S. Dale Mabry HWY., Tempe, FL. 33611 11:15 a.m. -Morning WorShip 7 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study SUPT. CLETHEN U SUnON Pas!or T-"er "A CHURCH WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE HOLY SPIRIT" Honoree PASTOR LARRY WHITE, FIRST LADY And His Mother, MRS. MARY WHITE 2"' (/)/' .. / -. For PASTOR LARRY WHrrEAnd FIRST LADY VIVAN WHITE Saturday, March 10, 2007 7 P. M.' FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS DR. C. T. KIRKLAND, Speaker REV. ANTHONY GREENE DR. C. T. KIRKLAND Host Pastor Speaker For lnfonnation Call (813) 325-7078 or (813) 948-2040 Coordinator: S ister Ruth jones


Civic Association Me_eting The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc., will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 5, 2007, 6:30 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Road, Thonoto-FIRST MOUNT CARMEL A.M. E. CHURCH 4406 N 26th Street (8I3) 236-2322 REV. KIRK R. BOGEN, Pastor Church School lSunday 9:30 a m sassa. Please plan to be present and ready to participate. The public is invited. Pauline Larry Grant, President. For more informa tion, call (813) 986-3300. Musician (Pianist/Keyboard) Mt. Zion A M.E Church 5920 Robert To lie Dr Riverview, FL Ronald Fortune, Pastor Requirements: Must Be Able To Play Or Learn The A.M.E. Order Of Service. Worship St:rvice Sunday II a. m Prayer ?vleeting & Bihle Study Wednesday 6 :3 0 p. m. If Interested Please Contact: .... M. PILCHER-SHAW 813-943-2281 Or Call lBH The Church At A of First Baptist Church of Progress Village Dr Sam L MaxwellHeadmaster Progress Village Academy is NOW ENROLLING for the 2007-2008 scho,ol year. In addition, please join us for our KINDERGARTEN ROUND-UP on March 15th at 6:30p.m. We will present details of our school ctirriculum. Progress Village Academy 8616 Progress Blvd Tampa, Fl 33619 (813) 677-5988 Mt. Z1on A. M. E. C (Formerly Of Hyde Park) nnluiia't 11, 2007 Come Worship,Praise & Fellowship With Us In Our New Home Theme: Family & Friends Are Working For The Good Of All Or Only For Our Own Good. E All Are Invited Speaker JUANITA IN EBER Of Atlanta, GA 11 :00 A .M. Worship Service Speaker -ELDER MICHELLE PATIY 4:00 M. Worship Service location: 5920 Robert Tolle Dr. Riverview, FL 33569 LOCAL "T1 :a c NCNW Monthly Meeting The TampaMetro Section of the National Council of Negro Women monthly meeting will be held Saturday, March 3rd, 10 a m. at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, corner ofN. 22nd (') St. and 26th Ave. :::t All committee chairs are to submit written progress reports. An updated report is to be given .. II.) by 1st Vice President, Electa Davis regarding the Planning Committee for Annual Fund Raiser set for May. Luncheon tickets will be distributed at this time. Final plans will also be made for the Unity Day celebration. All members are asked to be present and on time. Visitors are welcome. Gloria W. Davis, Publicity, Chair; Geraldine Twine, President. Tickets: Adults 8.00 Children under 6yrs. -Seating is limited. Tickets are going fast! Tickets can be purchased at" Candy Lowe Teatime located at 915 E. Grant Ave. (813) 394-6363 Tampa Maii Fiea Market located at 925Q E. Fowler Ave. at Song's Wig Shop Of You can mail check or money order to Bles'd Productions PO Box 4350 Tampa, FL 33677 Tickets are non-refundable more ca ll : (813) 258-9275 Own own persofiGI DVD's iJre avaiiGte for $JS.OO Directed by The Thcker Twins. Drs. Phyllis Thcker-Wicks & Philetha Thcker-Johnson Deadline Date To Purchase Tickets Is March 6th Tickets Must Be Purchased In Advance! "T1 r 0 :a en m z ::! z m r:m c r rm -t z ., c m r-u; :::t m c m < m :a -< -t c m 0 c )> z c "T1 :a c


Q LL. Q z < c C/) w :l .... ii: W > w Q w J: C/) ::::; -m :l c. z Iii _J _J :l m I _J w z t= z w C/) C 0 _J LL." Brandon .Junior To Compete In National Ms. Teen Contest As a first runner-up in Sunday's Miss Teen Tampa Pageant, Breanna Harris qualified to compete in the national pageant on December 7th in Orlando. Breanna's mother, Debra Harris, said it was her daughter's idea to get involved in the pageant. attending college, and will probably attend the University of South Florida." Breanna's brether, Keon, is the head instructor at one of two karate schools owned by Grandmaster Harris. Ms. Harris said throughout the entire proces's, Breann3: has managed to stay focused on her academics and understands extra-"This was 'her first and she was very There were 110 girls in her division activities only "All of the girls were judged come with good grades based on their personality Reporter Leon B. Crews and one-on-one interviews can be reached at (813) were done where they were _BREANNA HARRIS 248-0724, or e-mailed at asked real life questions. leon@jlsentinel.com When she made it to the final that. She wants to be an inde: 10, she was given an envelope pendent young woman who with a question she needed to gives back to the community." answer without being_ pre-Breanna is not only. an pared, and she did' quite excellent student, she also well;" holds a 2nd degree Black Belt Ms. Harris said she and in tae kwon do Breanna met a lot of people "She started studying mar. Trintity C. M.E. Church 2 N. Howard Ave. (813) 253-2967 and Breanna met old class-tial arts at the age of 5 Her mates she hadn't seen in a father, Grandmaster Earl long time.,who were compet-Harris, is her iiistructor. ing. Aside from the pageants,. PASTOR JOEL. And "She loves fashion and is BreaD.na is .. a member of the SIS. JOYCE E. JOHNSON considering deing an inter. 'Brandon Dance .Team and "The Church That Cares" view with Model Selirch NYC.-she was a cheerleader for the Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. "Her goals will be whatever-. Florida All-Stars. Ms. Harris Bible Study Tuesday 7 P.M. she decides to do. Right now, .. said she's the of. 5 Prayer Mlistry Friday. 7 P.M. she's-expressing an interest children, a.!;ld de. scribes her as One Hour Prayer Ministry in, forensic science. I have no bemg "the last out of the nest. 12 Noon-1 P.M. idea how She got in "She's looking forWard to Wednesday, Thursday & Fnday 4 ( Benefit Gospel Musical Service For Brother John And Francenca Dallas Place: Gahlee M. B. Church 3221 E. Louisiana Ave., Tampa, FL Kennedy Watson Sponsored -. The Gospel Silverettes And The New Faithfulaires Gospel Singers I Brother Dallas Has Been Singing For Over 41 Years Until His Health Failed. So Let's Show Him And His Wife That We Love 'Them -By Giving Them A Love Offering. Or Please Love Offering To : E Louisiana Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 "' FQ_f Info .Call Pastor Manon Crawford (813) 830-2398 Si ster Betty (813) 900 -2 770 / Theme: "50 Years Of Service For A Better Tomorrow" With JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE Of The Florida Supreme Court Saturday, March 10, 2007 A.M. Hilton Hotel Airport 2225 N. Lois Ave. Donation -_ BAPTIST CHURCH FL33605 'l ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor .. -Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Momins Worship. 11 A. M Bible Tuesday 7:30 P. M. ,, -THE PUBUC IS INVITED .. Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Church Of God In Christ 5112 N. 34th St. Tampa, Fl 33610 (813) 23AGAPE (232-4273) l In The Sp-otlight JENNIFER .... Returning by special request as out Spotlight is the lovely Jennifer. Taking just one look at this young woman, it's to understand why she enjoys modeling. so much. She's also a who not just likes attention, but coin-. mands it. Jennifer is a 'fun-loving,-high:spirited : young woman and enjoys sharing .her energy' friends wlien she doe s''settle Clown, she enjoys the company of a man who can appreciate a woman of strength, is sinart, handsome, ambi-.. .. tious, and can meet. her on he. r terms congratulations to Jennifer for allowing us to.fea--, ture her once again as our .Spotlight feature. Remember she wouldn't be back if you didn't demand to see again. Saturday, 10th 11 A.M.-1 P.M : College Hill Public Library 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther Kinq, lr. Blvd. (Corner of ML King Blvd. and www.FredHearns.com E-mail: Fred@fredhearns.com 813 866-5205


LOCAL Black History Celebration At Sligh Middle School William Robertson, renowned orator and U. S. History InstructOr at Sligh middle School, was the guest speaker at the school's Black Celebration. By JEANADAMS mat who has distinguished himself by holding a number "I Have a Dream, Past,' of National offices including: Present and Future," was the Deputy Assistant Secretary theme of the annual Black of State for African Affairs History Program that was under President Ronal. d held recently at Sligh Middle Reagan; Peace Corps School. Director in Kenya during Well-known or'ator and President Gerald Ford's presently States administration; member of History teacher at Sligh, the President's Committee. William Robertson; was on Mental. Retardation, the guest speaker. President Richard Nixon's Robertson is a retired diplo-administration and "Take (A Special Church For The Deaf) Community M. B. Church 1712 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa Mr. Gary Ward, local musician and band director at Sligh Middle School, is pictured with students during the Black History Program. (L-R) Mr. Gary Ward, Harry Thomas, Quentin Moore, Melvin Williams, Alex Patrick, Sultan Ashi, Frank Ellis, Corey Pujols, Atonia Font and Rannisha Williams. :1] c s: )> :1] (") ::I: I\) 0 0 """ r-0 :2 en m z ::! z m r;m c: r rm ::! z "tJ c: m r-u; ::I: m 0 ELDER ROBERT J. DOUGLAS And MRS. SADIE DOUGLAS -SUNDAY SCHOOL-10 A.M. m Sligh Middle School personnel participated in their Black History Celebration. (L-R) < Mrs. Sheila Padgett, Ms. Sharon Martin, Ms. Felicia Anderson, Ms. Denise Sloan and Mrs. m Darina Glover Russell. -. .._ ., MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. -._TUES., BIBLE STUDY -7 P.M. REV. And MRS. ROBINSON Pride in America," John present. Bl'own, Dil\na Rivers, Busch, Sr., director Other participants'of the Aretha Franklin and Robertson challenged the program Pledge of Cathy Jolly; Duet,: Ms. students to always strive for Allegiance, Shaniece Brookins and. Mr. excellence in school, use their Spears Welcome and Edwards; .Spoken Word, time wisely and to ultimately Carlos Rosado llarry. Sultan Reshad. Services a differenc e in tJteir "Lift Eve;, Voic e and Sing,! Ms. Sharon Martin, Church.School11:15am : future career by following band and orchestra, lE;d by orchestra teacher and Gary Morning Worship12: 1 Spm the examples of .the African Sheryl Ke_ gler:, Dance, Sl _igh_ Ward, band coordi-The Church will provide A H d Bible Study-Tues. 7:30pm transportation, call626-2759 mencan eroes an Steppers and nated the event.. Mrs. Dancers Poein "Phenomenal -Louqu1da Reed, guidance '.woman:" Darina. secretar:y, assist:d the New Macedonia M.B. Church Feed our Children Russell-Tributes to Famous program. 340 D I 'I African Americans including Closing were 2 E.:, e em Ave. Tampa, 33610 :Ministries, Inc. Billie Holiday, Janesha made by th.e prmc1pal, Mrs. Presents P.O.Box290415 Brown, Temptations, BarbaraFillhart. IJJIB JFJBST Jlll7 'l Felicia Anderson, James PASTOR PAUL BUSTER ,. Wednesday March 7Friday, March 9, 2007 --_ (services start at 7:30p.m.)' Now_ remain,faith, hope and love; but the greatest is LOVE! l Corinthians 13:13 Everyone is invited. -;. -. REV. MOSES BROWN Community ChaPlain FREE SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY : Food For Elderfy And Poor Familis Temporary Shelter For Homeless Mothers Troubled Youth Outreach Family Counseling prisye, ReQuest Gigantic Church Auction/Yard Sale Exercise Equipment. Pool Table Appliances, Clothing, Food I tems, Mus ical Instruments, Free Mi sce ll aneous Items -t c: m en c )> z c <


> il( c a: LL. c z a: w > w c w ::E: tn :::i rD :: Q. z tu ..J ..J :: rD .!I w z i= z w tn a: 0 ..J LL. ------------------------------------------------------SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY Belmont Heights LL Prepares For 39th Season College Fund AII.Star Game Is Set ,. The 22nd Annual Wilkes and McHugh United Negro College Fund All-Star Game is set for Friday, March 9th, 2007. The ev.ent will take place at the Jefferson High School gymnasium. The gym is located at 4401 W. Cypress St. The event will match the senior girls and boys from East County schools against girls and boys from West County schools. A girls and boys three-point shoot-out, plus a boys' slamdunk contest will be a part of the two-game evening. The action gets underway at 6 p. m. Dr. Sain Horton is the chairperson, John Glenn and Dr. Earnestine Glenn are the co-chairpersons. Tickets will be sold at the door, and will cost $5. cause. In addition to the basketball events, there will be some wholesome entertainment. The MLK Step Team \Viii per form, and so will the Jefferson Hip Hop team. The fans can get involved because there will be a fan shoot-out for prizes. All schools in Hillsborough County will be represented. Some of the players participating in the All-Star Extravaganza are Gwendolyn Jackson, Bernisha Wilson, Robyn Williams, Catrina Massina, SarahTraynor,AJexander Caro, Stepheny Green and Kristan Hannah for the girls teams. -Armwood's Jeff Tufunda will head coach the East, and Blake's April Lindsay the West. This year, the Belmont Heights Little League Program will celebrate their 39th year in a practically brand new facility and with a few new faces on board. Returning as president is Artis Gambrell, Jr. and he is excited about the addition of 3 more teams (2 minor, 1 junior). "We also expect our numbers to grow from 225 kids last year to 275 this year. "We've added some new dEcor and revitalized the entire area. The CDC of Tampa has been very helpful, and we're in the process of installing 3 new batting cages." Gambrell said this year, they will be a part of the Urban Initiative Program, and on May 24th they will be a part of the jamboree in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. "We put the new board together September 2005, and we've met every D;lonth. Right now, we're meeting every week because of regis-ARTIS GAMBRELL, JR. tration drives. "On March 9th, we will have our opening ceremony, with the first games sched uled for March lOth." Gambrell said right now, they need 2 minor league coaches for the 7, 8, 9, and 10-year-old teams. "We expeCt to have a great season, and our new sponsor, Autoway Chevrolet, will pro vide a Chevrolet Tahoe for us to auction as a fundraiser. The winner will be announced at a later date, and the raffle. will begin opening day." Gambrell said this is the 3rd year Autoway Chevrolet has selected a little league team, and this year it was BHLL's turn. "As far as the board is cotr cerned, we have some faces around, and we're in total compliance and ready to go. "One of our new board members is our secretary, Sheldon McCarr. The president, vice-president, and treasurer are the same as last year." Gambrell said none of the famous BHLL alums have guaranteed they will be there opening day, 'but they have been in contact with Carl Everett. Reporter Leon B Crews can be reached at (818) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. The purpose of this event is twofold. It is a fundraiser for the United Negro College Fund. It is also an opportunity for county seniors to showcase their talent to college recruiters. The tournament has drawn some major sponsors. They are Wilkes and McHugh, P.A., Tampa Bay Sports Commission, Pepsi Bottling Company and Coca Cola Bottling Company. The East boys will be head coached by Adrian Johnso n of Tampa Bay Tech, and Leto's Todd Price will head coach the West. James Jones, Marcelino Rodriquez, Luther St Louis, Chris Soriano, Ryan Davis and Delvin Smith are just some of the players who will be on hand. Bucs Consider Draft Picks And Free Agents For 2007 Season There will be celebrity judges on hand to judge the boys' slam-du:nk contest, and to, select the most valuable player from each team. The event will be a fun-filled occasion as well as a very worthy The activities start at 6 p. m. Don't miss any of this exciting action. If for some reason you find that you will not be able to get to the Jefferson gym by 6, come on anyway. The action will be thrilling from start to finish. V ote for BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have begun eyeing potential dnift picks and free agents Frank Margarella Tampa Cit y Council District 7 P .O. Box 46305 Tampa, FL 33647 Email : This ;.., a paid political arlw,iiseme r.t p:1 ; r by Frank Margarella for City Council Committee Dist 7 nonpartisan ... Caught 76 passes for, 1202 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2oo6 as a junior with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. for the 2007 NFL season. The NFL Draft will be held on April 28-29 in New York City, and the Bucs hold the fourth overall pick. Improving. their roster at defensive line, cornerback, safety, offensive line, quarterback and wide receiver will be a priorities for the Bucs who finished the 2006 se'ason with a 4-12 record. The Bucs have likely narrowed their. fust pick to one of two players, Wisconsin offe;nsive tackle Joe Thomas, or Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Johnson is considered to be the best overall athlete in the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-5, 225-pourid receiver runs a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash, and caught 76 passes for 1,202 yards and 15 touchdowns last year as the Yellow Jackets. Thomas .(6 -foot-6, 310pounds) would bolster a young offensive line that already includes Davin Joseph -and Jeremy Trueblood, the Bucs top two picks in last year's draft. The are not to draft a quarterback, but rather acquire a veteran QB through free age'ncy. Jake Plummer -from the Broncos and Je{f ,Garcia from. the Eagles to:be the Bucs top two choices. Plummer has likely lost his starting job to Jay_ Cutler, Denver's."quarterback of the. future." Garcia guided the Eagles to a 5-l regular. season record after replacing the injured Donovan McNabb However, Philadelphia recently signed McNabb's younger backup quarterback A.J. Feeley to a four-year extension, making the 37-year-old Garcia expendable.


Helmet-To-Helmet Hit Broke Football Player's Neck DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. A defensive back for Daytona Beach's minor league football team, who was knocked unconscious -in a helmet-to-helmet block, died from a broken neck, according to a autopsy .. report. Javan Camon, a 6-foot-1, 180-pciund defender for the Daytona Beach Thunder of the World Indoor Football League, probably had an injury that. killed him instantly Monday, said Dave Byron, Vol usia County spokesman, speaking on behalf of the medical examiner. Camon was injured when he tried to tackle the ball carrier in the fourth quarter of a game. A Columbus Lions receiver blocked Camon on the play, sending him to the turf. Camon, 25, went into police said. Paramedics and doctors at the arena tried to revive him on the field for 10 minutes before taking him to a hospital. He was pronounced dead on JAVANCAMON O'Keefe said. There was no bleeding or other outward signs of trauma, Daytona Beach police Lt. Greg Grayson said. ".This tragic event was an accident that 9ccurred during the normal. course of the game." Video of the incident was not yet released out of respect More than 1.440 spectators watched Monday's game and the hit. After a delay .of about 25 play resumed and the Lions defeated the Thunder 45 : 42 despite two interceptions that set up totichdowns. arrival Monday .... night, -Camon was a former player at the University of South Florida, spokesman Mark 'Pacman_ Faces Felony Otlstructlon Charge ., ADAM 'PACMAN' JONES NASHVILLE, Tennessee cornerback Ada m ''Pacman'' Jones, already entangled in a strip club shooting; is scheduled to appear in a Georgia court later this' month on obstruction charges from an incident with police last year, but has had marijuana possession charges dismissed. Jones is scheduled to appear in court in Fayetteville, Ga., to answer subpoenas for felony and misdemeanor SPORTS Mayweathers Finally Make Up FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. And SR. LAS VEGAS _.They held a tour stop, and a family reunion broke out. Floyd Mayweather J r stood with his arm around his father Tuesday, showing him off to Oscar De La Hoya and making it clear that the senior Mayweather would have a role in preparing him tor their May 5 megafight. The two have been estranged for years, and Mayweather Sr. trained De La Hoya before they split over his $2 million demand to train him to fight his son. "He may _..Qe in the corner, but not your corner," Mayweather told De La Hoya. The reunion actually occurred about a half hour earlier in a suite upstairs at the MGM Grand hotel-casino, where the two wiH meet in one of the most anticipated fights in years Lovie, Bears Finally Agree To Contract Extension LAKE FOREST, Ill. Lovie Smith got a contract extension and a raise nearly a month after a Super Bowl appearance and a week after his agent said negotiations were so stalled the Chicago Bears coach would probably leave after the 2007 season. After meeting Wedne.sday with team president Ted Philli p s, Smith signed a four year Contract extension through 20 II The deal was announced by the team Wednesday night as was an extension through 2013 for general manager Jerry Angelo. The lo\vest-paid coach in the NFL last season at $1.35 million when he led the Bears to the Super Bowl, Smith's deal will average about $4.7 million per season over five LOVIESMITH years. Smith will about make $22 million in new money and the total value of the five years is $23.45 million; : the Chicago Tribune reported. S m ith was scheduled to make $I.45 million this season in the final year of. his initial four-year contract. Lebron Will .. Be A Father Again CLEVELAND -LeBron James will soon fill' out his backcourt. Cleveland s All-Star forward and his girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, are expecting their second child in June, Jame s revealed before the Cavaliers' game Monday night against the New ;, Bulldogs. 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Tryouts was charged wtth manJuana The 22-year-old ames, b h ld ti 11 P ossession while Jones was who was raised by his single are Femg e or. a or more m,orma ton charged with one and mother, satd fatherhood has contact Willie Kirkland at two counts of had a positive impact on his (813) 917-4514, or (727) 667obstructmg P,Ohce. life. 6946. )> z c C') m ...... CJ1 I )>


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MRS. LAVERNE MONCRIEF DANIEL Homegoing services for Mrs. LaNerne Moncrief Daniel of 2209 Cedar Trace Circle, WQO passed away, Sunday, February 18, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 11:00 at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Cleveland Lane, officiating. Interment will be on Monday, March 5, 2007, at National Cemetery, Bushnell. Laverne Moncrief Daniel Q was born November 7,-1949, a: iii Tampa, to the late George u. and Helen Blopnt. She was a 0 member of Highland Pines z Mis.sionary Baptist Church. <( Mrs. Daniel was a certified nurse assistant (CNA) for 20 "" years. She loved to cook. 0 She was preceded in death t/) by: her parents; 'and aunt, Annie Bell Johnson. t-Laverne's memory will be > cherished by: her husband, a: Eddie James Daniel; chilW dren, Shelia Campbell, Dani > Daniel and Erika Daniel; W grandchildren, Adrian ffi Campbell, Patrick Cooper, ::t: Jr. Keno Smiley, Adrian, Jr., tn Aaron, Antwon, Antonio, ::::i Anthony, III, and Anthony m Brown, Jr.; brothers, Ronald :::J Blount, George Blount, Jr., 0.. Carl Farris, ;and Eddie Z Blount; sisters, Debra j:: Stafford (Joseph) and Sonya W Blount and Barbara Blount ...J of Atlanta; aunts, Polly Mae .. 5 Day (Lakeland), Evelyn m Blount, Ann Blount (Atlanta) ..J and Mary Lou (Warner w Robins); uncles, Johnny z Blount, Freedom Blount, j:: Clarence Jones, and Jasper Z Thomas; nieces, Ebony, W Tenkia, Carlish, Delta, tn Myeshia, Latoya, Shumeta, Nasmia and nephews, BRO. SAMUEL LEE SHEPHERD Homegoing celebration for Bro. Samuel Lee Shepherd, of 2508 E. Hanna Ave. Apt. #3, who passed away Tuesday, February 20, 2007 in a local hospital, will be held Saturday, March 3, 2007, 2 p. m. at Greater Mt. Moriah P.B. Church, 1225 N. Nebraska Ave., with Rev. Dr. Willie Williams, officiating. Interment will be held at the Florida Nationar Cemetery, Bushnell, on Monday, March 5, 2007 Bro. Sam Shepherd .was born January 5, 1936 .. in Davenport, to the late Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Doreatha Shepherd. To this union 8 boys and 1 girl were born. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized by the Rev. S.D. Hicks, then pastor of Friendship Baptist Church of Davenport. Later, he moved to Tampa and joined Greater Mt. Moriah P.B. Church under the leadership of Rev. A.L. Brown. He joined the Male Chorus and the Sanctuary Choir and was a faithful and devoted member. In October of 1956 he joined the United States Marine Corps. He worked for Tampa General Hospital and the Jim Walters Corp. At the time of his death he was retired. He was a person that loved his life and was a fighter until the very end. He never met a stranger and made sure he spoke to everyone. Bro. Sam will he deeply missed by everyone who knew him. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted daughter, Charisse La Schell Shepherd and her mother, Edith M. Shepherd; 2 brothers, NathanielShepherd and wife, Carolyn and Cornelius Shepherd and wife, Mary Elizabeth, all' of Ronald, Jr., Tavares, Eddie, a: Jr., Anthony, Malcon, 0 Kenrick, Benetly, Melvin, Solomon, and Carl, Jr.; cousins, Josephine, Donna, Johnny, Jr., Krystal, Yolanda,' Shawta, Venita, Teddy, Anniemode, Betty, Doug, Reggie, Miriam and Victoria; mother-in-law, Adna Mae Daniel; brothersin-law, Patrick, Freddie, Jessie, Anthony and Edward Daniel; sisters-in-law, Diana Blair and Angela Scott; special friends, Gloria, Susie, Sam, Diana and Elaine. Davenport, FL; sister, Caretha Shepherd-Larry and husband, Hillary of Huntsville, AL; 2 sisters-inlaw, GingerS. Shepherd of Houston, TX. and Martha Shepherd of Tampa; a devoted cousin, Robert (Buster)' White of Davenport; and a The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home (today) Friday from 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 6:30-7:30 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange frpm 2290 Cedar Trace Circle. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" host of nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives, classmates and friends too numeroU.s to name. : The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) 5-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 1:45 p. m, Saturday for the service. '-THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING'AFTER THE EULOGY. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME"., Placea Florida S8Btlnel Newsracllln Greet Places 18131 248-1921 AskForKelth FUNERALS MR. MU1IA.MMAD A. AKBAR, a.k.a., MR. BREWSTER. GRANT,JR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Muhammad A. Akbar, a.k.a., Mr. Brewster Grant, Jr., will be conducted on Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Pilgrim Rest M. B. .Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, Tampa, Rev Dr. Linda Reese, pastor, Pastor A. L. Randall, eulogist, and Minister A. Ham, ill, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Brewster Grant, Jr., w 'as born in Fernandina Beach, on December 29, 1952, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Brewster and Susie Bell Grant. He leaves to cherish his memories: 2 brothers, Paul (Mildred) Grant and Alonza Grant of Fernandina Beach; 2 sisters, McCarter and, Tina. Grant of Fernandina Beach; nieces, Brenda (Herman) Walker, Rev. Linda (Pastor Arthur L.) Randall, Clara McCarter, Andrea Burton, Sierra G1ant of Tampa, Susie (Reginald) Brown, Deondra Hightower, Zina Grant, Deena Raysor. and Shalene Raysor, of Fernandina Beach; nephews, Paul. B. Grant, Tyrone (Sharon) Grant, Carl (Gloria) Grant of Riverdale, GA, Rudolph McCarter, Jr., Reden McCarter, Adrian Grant, Leo Grant, Jr., Alonza Grant, Jr., and Warren Grant, of Fernandina Beach; special friends, Lucy Cobb and Johnnie Davis; and a host of other. sorrowing cousins, other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. :Muhammad A. Akbar, a.k.a., Mr. Brewster Grant, Jr., will be. held on this Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church,. 4202 W. Nassau Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to 'assemble at 1:45 p; m. at the church on Saturday.' John. Harmon,-L.F.D. and James Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL REST HAVEN. MEMORIAL' PARK "A Community Pride" 4615 E Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tam.pa, Fl 33610 PIL C813) 232 Fli (813) 231-0521 Let ourjilmi/y take cart! C!(rourjimuly. "IT-e art! tl1e frey to a /ill<' and s-en1 ice MRS. ESSIE MAE HUTCHERSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Essie Mae Hutcherson, who passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2007, will be held on Saturday,. March 3, 2007, 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 E. Cayuga St., Tampa, with Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mrs. Hutcherson was born April 25, 1945, in Campelton. She was a faithful and devot--. ed member. of ,Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, where she served in the. Number 2 Choir. She retired from. Singleton Seafood Company after 20 plus years ofservice. She was preceded in death by: her father, Colvy Boone; and brothers, Willie Boone, James Boone and Milton Boone. She leaves to cherish her memories: husband, David of 34 years; mother, Alia Boone of St. Petersburg; daughter (Benjamin) Montgomery of Tampa; son Reginald (Kadontreal) Hutcherson of Bartow; grandchildren, Rashard Hutcherson and Kyla Hutcherson; brothers, Leroy (Edith) Boone of Marianna and Ray Boone of Marianna; a liost of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many sorrowing friends. Visitation for Mrs. Essie Mae Hutcherson will be'held this Friday evening, .6-8 p. m. MR. LEROY WI_LLIAMS Homegoing celebration for Mr. Leroy Williams will be conducted 'on Saturday, March 3, 2007, 1 p. m., at' Harmon F\meral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with a local minister, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Leroy Williams, was born on March 16, 1948. He was educated in the schools of Hillsborough County. He leaves to cherish fond memories of him: his wife, Deneene Williams; daughter,' Monique Blakely and husband James" ; son, Eloy Williams; 2 granddaughters, Janette Blakely and Jermisha Blakely; 2 greatgranddaughters, Christina Blakely and Jaly Terrible; great grandson, James Blakely; 3 sisters; Frances Johnson (Clarence), Freddie Mae Daughtry and Mildred Richardson and friend, John; 2 brothers,' Greene Brookins, III. (Marge) and Solomon Brookins; stepfather, Greene Brookins, II; mother-in-law, Flora Brown; brother-in-law, L. C. Richardson; .. 1 aunt, Mildred Thompson; good friends, Eddie Harris and family; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and sorrowing relatives and friends; and Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace. Visitation for Mr.' Leroy Williams will be held on this Friday evening 6-8 p.m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. Friends are at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 North 40th Street, Tampa. John Harmon, L.F.D. and James Harmon, L.F. 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'MRS. PAMELIN BEVEL Funeral services For Mrs. Pamelin Bevel will be held Saturday March 3, 2007, 11 a.m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2506 E. Chipco, where Dr. Bartholomew Banks is the pastor and offi ciant. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. 'Mrs. Bevel was born and raised in Tampa, to the parents of William and Vera Mae Engram. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Jefferson High School in 1976. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration in 1980 from BethuneCookman College and was currently pursuing her Master's In Human Resource Management through the University of Phoenix She enjoyed employment with United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa, and State of Florida Department of Labor, Lakeland, Travelers Insurance Company, Nashville, TN, NCNB National of Tampa, and IRS, and until her demise Administrative Assistant at Morning Glory. Funeral Chapel; where she was an unmatchable asset to this great business. She enjoyed traveling, cooking and making all. she came in contact with happy, "which was not hard to do." She leaves to cherish her memory: James Bevel; children, Ma_rclis B. Wesley, Jamal and Jazmin Bevel; stepson Kinte' Ford; parents, William and Vera Engram; grandchild, Markayla B. Wesley; brother, Willie Frank (Jacqueline)" of Dothan,) AL; sister, Shirley Lewis, Adelanto, CA; mothers-in-law, Lucille Bradley, Madison, and Betty Bevel, Tampa; law, Moses (Justine) Tampa, and (Dorthy) Bradley, MJC:tison; sisters-in-law, Helen Rhanes, Tampa, Carlis Mcintyre, Tampa, Loretta Bradley, Madison, and Valerie Bradley, Madison; nieces, Daniel Par.ks, Long Beach, CA, Candice Guiford, Hartford, AL, Deneilia and Danyelle Morgan, Dothan, AL; nephews, Charlie Singleton, Phoenix, AZ, Shannon Parks, Adelanto, CA, Gary Guilford, Huntsville, AL, and Christopher Watson, Rirmingham, AL; and a host nf many other nieces, 'nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will be held at True Holiness Deliverance Church, 3800 N. Nebraska ,Avenue, Tampa, where Bishop Alto Blanding is Pastor, on Friday, March 2, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner BROTHER TYRONE .EMANUEL BRUTON, SR. Funeral services for Brother Tyrone Emanuel Bruton, Sr. will be held Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 2 p. m. at New Hope M. B. Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, with Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Brother Tyrone Emanuel Bruton, Sr. was born on August 28, 1978, in Tampa, to Charles Preston and the late Annie J. Brutop. He lived in Tampa all his life and he attended schools in Hillsborough He worked as a Diesel Technician for many years. He leaves to cherish his memories: his loving and devoted fiancEe, Ms. Annie Johnson (LeeLee); 4 children, Antonio Z. McKinnes, Octoavia Bruton, Tierra N. Bruton and Tyrone E. 'Bruton, Jr.,.all of Tampa; devoted uncle and aunt (father and mother), Ira B. Bruton and wife, Gilda B. Bruton. of Tampa; a loving grandmother, Rosa Lee Bruton of Tampa; 2 aunts, Jacqueline Bruton and Jesse Preston; special cousins (sisters), Crystal Mitchell, Latosha Harris, Elisha Bruton, Bridget Bruton, Desirae Bruton, Aleah Bruton, and Zoyz Bruton; 3 special cousi.ns, Gary, Pat. and Patricia Oneill; and a host of other family and friends. Visitation will be held at. the Morning Glory: Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, on Friday; March 2, 2007, from 6-8 p.m. A MORNING GLORY SER.VICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. '..i MS. LEONA LOVETT 9ALLON Ms. Leona Lovett Gallon passed away Friday, February 23, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday March 3, 2007,11 a. m. at Brown's Memorial. Church Of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Bishop Matthew Williams, Pastor, with Pastor Fred Sanders, 'officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Gallon was a native of Tampa for 44 years. She was e,ducated by the public schools of Hilfsborough County.. She was pre'ceded in death by: her father, Ernest Gallon; sisters, Rosalind and Valerie; and brother, Ronald Lee. She leaves to cherish her memory: sons, Jose (Quan), Rodney (Alpa), Ernest, Henry, Zachary., and Zachariah; daughter, Joynita; devoted companion, Larry Hendrix; mother, Blondeva Gallon; grandchildren, Ernest, Jamera, Elijah, Destyinee, Tya-Raneh, Trinity, Le-Aisha and cousins and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. The Family is requesting all persons not sure of directions or in need of a ride to meet at 4222 E. Henry by 10:15 a. m. Visitation will be held at Morning Glory ..!'l Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on Friday, March 2, 2007, from N 0 0 """" MS. LEONA 'LOVETT GALLON MRS. LUCY BURNEY GLADDEN Funeral services for. Mrs. Janiyah; brothers, Bernard (Mary), Carl (Victoria), Lucy Burney Gladden will be held on Saturday, March 3, Clinton, AI and Vann; sisters, 2007; at 11 a. m. at Calvary Yvonne, Janice (James), Tabernacle, 10930 N. US Ernestine (Darryl), Highway 301, Thonotosassa, Parthenia, Lashawn where Rev. James Wolfe is (Carlton), and Helena pastor, and Pastor Jaines L. (Rodney); aunts, Luvenia, White is the officiant from Charlie Mae, Katherine, Bethlehem Baptist Church Annie L. (Jimmie) and in Howell, Georgia. Leona; nephews, Aaron. Interment will follow in Rest (Lathonia), Shawn (Lakisa), .' Haven Cemetery. Gregory, Stacy (Sherrie), Lucy Burney Gladden, 78, Damion, Carl Jr., Brandon, passed away February 27, Austin, Willie, William, 2007, at home in Tampa, 6-8 p.m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner; SISTER VERDELL HOUSE GRANT under the care of LifePath A homegoing services will Robert, Wendall, Marquis, Hosp.ice at 4222 E. Henry be held on Saturday March 3, Derek, James and Tonoka; Avenue. She was born in 2007, 11 a.m. at Temple O nieces, Daria (Vaughn), Morriston, on April 28, 1928, Holiness Church, 821 E. :::C Marshania (Maurice), Yarra to Levan and Flora Burney. Flora Avenue, with Pastor (Rodney), Anita, Ariel, Mrs. Lucy Burney Gladden Bishop Lucious McCray, offi-Latiissha, Dominique, was preceded in death by: ciating. Interment will follow en Lintretha and Tia; devoted her husband, Roosevelt in Rest Haven Cemetery. m cousins, John and Shirley Gladden; and brother, Mr. Sister Verdell House Grant z Motes and family, the Epps James Burney. was born on 20, 1951, ::! and Jones families; godsis-. Mrs. Gladden is survived' in Blanton, Georgia, to the z ter, Latasha; 37 grandnieces by: her dear friend, Jessie .. late B.O. and Joetht;l House, m and grandnephews; and a Sanders daughters Phebie which preceded her m death. r;host of cousins and other rei' z c G. L. House of. White Spring; aunt, Marine House of White Springs; 2 sisters-in-law, Marie House and Gloria Jean House of Tampa; and a host, of nieces and nephews and cousins; godson, Janies Floyd; and a devoted friend, Aurelia Donaldson. Visitation will be held on Friday, March 2, 2007, 6-8 p. m. at Zion Temple Holiness Cl1urch, 821 E. Fl.ora. ,A Morning Glory Service, Mr. Harold _Jones, Owner


c CE I&. c z .CI: c CJ) w :J 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: CJ) :::i m :J Q. z lij ..J ..J :J m ...J w z i= z w CJ) i CE 0 ..J I&. < I 0 N w Cf BISHOP MODIE B. JONES A homegoing celebration was held for Bishop Modie B. Jones on Wednesday, February 28,2007, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Holiness Church, with Pastor Willie Henderson, officiating. Interment followed in Rest Haven Cemetery, and visitation was held on Tuesday evening, February 27, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. Bishop Modie B. Jones of Tampa, was born to parents, the late Jesse and Ella Jones. He moved to Florida at the ageof12. He performed several jobs and made a career as a custodian at the Hillsborough County School Board where he later retired. Bishop Jones pastored his own church, Saints of the Most High Holiness Church, in Tampa, for approximately 40 years. He and wife, Ella Louis e Jones, were a blessing to many people. Bishop and Mother Jones took special care of many children and families. He had a great passion for family and saints. He traveled to many pla ces to care for sick famtJies. Bish o p Jones fellowwith many holiness churche s in the Tampa Bay area: Since the late 1990s he had bee n a member of Mt. Sinai Holiness Church. Bishop Jones often preached about treating everyone with respect. He wa8 a kind, gentle and gracious man. He was supportive of people living for and praising God. He was for God all the way. He was faithful to God even to his last day wanting to be in the presence of the Lord. The scripture that best describes him is, Psalms 34:1 "I will .bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually b e in my mouth." H e i s precede d in death by: his w i f e Ella L. Jones; parents, Jesse and Ella Jones; his five sibling; and soil, Samuel Augustus Jones. He leave s to mourn his death and cherish his memor ies: h i s children, Evelyn Margaret Jone s of Riverside California, Roosev elt Jones and wife Louva of Sacramento, California, Theresa Thompson Ziegler and husband, Robert, of New York, Anthony Jones of 'J:ampa, and wife of the late Samue l Jones, and Emily Jones, South Carolina; 18 grandchildren, Richard Clarke Euge n e Clark, Louise Nichols, Walton Jones, .Maurice Jones, Duane, Warren, Amy, Susan, Wendy, Mitchell Thompson, Jr., and Samuel Jones; and a host of great grands nieces, n ephe w s family and friends; special friends, Pastor Willie Hende r son and w i f e Catherin e Mt. Sinai Holiness Church; caretake r!J, great niece LaDawn Robinson and husband, Reginald of Tampa, and nl'ph e w Orey of Tampa. A MOr.NING GLORY SERVICE. '\1 Harold Jonr: s Owner. MRS. LOTTIE KATE PICKENS-PEW A homegoing celebration will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 2 p. m. at New Mt. Silla M. B. Church, 5702 E. 32nd Street, Rev. Felix Walters, pastor, with Pastor Alonzo Hill, officiating. Interlilent will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Lottie Kate PickensPew' was born on December 28, 1936, to Elmer Weathers and Roosevelt Pickens in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Lottie moved to Sarasota, in 1960. There, she worked at National Linen as a presser. She also had a rooming house where she took care of many people. Lottie will be deeply missed. Lottie was preceded in death by: her parents, Elmer and Roosevelt; her daughter, Katie Mae; stepdaughters, Sharon and Eva; and sisters, Ruth and Geneva. She leaves to cherish her fond memories: -estranged husband, Jimmie Lee Pew; sons, Charles Johnson and wife, Kimberly, and John Sellers and wife, Valerie of Gibsonton; stepdaughters, ConieMae (Luther), Loretta, stepson, Reginald, all of Sarasota; sisters, Mary Robinson (Gilbert) of Tampa, Flora (Fritz) of Mobile, Alabama;. brother, Clem Pickens (Della) of Gary, In.diana; grandchildren, Tiffany, John, UI, Elizabeth, Charles, Jr., Sabrina, Jermaine,' Jeremiah, Matisha, Chakira, And Charles, UI; adopted grandkids, Cormarious, Connethra, Keevia, Derricka, Sylvester, Demarcus, Jamyia and Jason; great grandchildren, Naomi, Me'liyah, John, IV, Jocelyn, Lena, Cameron; Cayeled, Jimmie and Alayicia; nie c .es, Regina, Linda and Phyllis; nephew, Dwight; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, grandkids and friends. Visitation will be held at New Mt. Silla M. B. Church, 5702 E. 32nd Street on Friday, March 2, 2007, from 6-8p.m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. ''The Voin of Our Community Speaking for It.\elf" 1 8 1 3 ) 248-1921 FUNERALS -_ -_---------MR. ANTHONY GERRAD ROBINSON Funeral services for Mr. Anthony Gerrad Robinson will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Center For Manifestation, where Apostle Mark Jones is the Pastor, and Pastors Robert and Brenda Fruster of Kingdom Worship Center, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Anthony "Amp" was born May 19, 1975, to Ms. Sharon Robinson. Amp was born, raised and educated in Tampa. While in schools he enjoyed playing football. He excelled both academically and on the field. Anthony has brought countless smiles, laughter, joy and memories to so many of us. Gentle and kind are two words that best express his character, his spirit, and his soul. Unconditional love is what he expressed at all times to his family and friends. We never had to guess Qr assume that Amp loved us, as he never missed an opportunity to tell us "Love You". On February 21, 2007, our Lord God decided that His son would come home with Him. We miss you Amp and will forever hold your smile and your memories in our heart ... Love you. Anthony leaves to treasUre his memories: his mother, Sharon Robinson and stepfather, Floyd Manigo;Sr.; two brothers, Antonio Manigo and Floyd Manigo Jr.; sisterin-law, Sherry Manigo; grandparents, James and Pansie Robinson; aunt, Robinson; uncle, James Robinson, Jr. and family; five cousins, John Coy, III and family, Glynis Coy, Tiffany Bland and family, Cory Robinson and family, and Rashaad Robinson and family; a,nd a host of other extended family and friends including, his best friend, Kenneth Bludsow, Jr. Until we meet again. Visitation will b e held at the Morning Glory Funeral Chape l on Friday, March 2, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers MR. CHRISTOPHER .SAFFOLD Funeral services for Mr. MR. WALTER EDWARD FLOYD Christopher Saffold will be held Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 11:30 a. m. at Bible Based Fellowship Church, 8718 N. 46th Street, Temple Terrace, where pastor and Mr. Walter Edward Floyd, officiant is Dr. Earl B. formerly of Progress Village, Mason. Interment will fol-low in Rest Haven Cemetery. passed away, Monday, Our loved one, Christopher February 26, 2007, Funeral Dale Saffold was born on services will he conducted January 25, 1967, in Tampa. Tuesday, March 6, 2007, at 11 He attended local schools in a. m. at First Baptist Church Hillsborough County. He has of Progress Village, 8616 been a dedicated employee Progress Boulevard, with at Granite Construction Reverend Samuel Maxwell, Company for the past 3 Pastor, officiating. Inter-years. He expired at St. ment will follow in Rest Joseph's Hospital on Haven Me-morial Park February 17,2007. c te He leaves to cherish his eme ry. Mr. Floyd was a native of memory: loving parents, Clayton, Alabama, and a res-Dennis and Juanita Saffold, resident of Tampa; a wonder-ident of Tampa for over 50 years. He was educated by ful loving son, Christopher the Public Schools of Saffold, Jr., a.k.a., "Lil Chris" Clayton, Alabama. Mr. Floyd of Tampa; three loving was a retired Truck Driver brothers, Ricky Saffold and and a member of First wife, Sharrrell Ming-Saffold, T. Saffold and Erick Saffold Baptist Church of Progress and fianci:e, Kathy Conway; Village where he was a mem-four loving sisters, Shenry ber of the Male Chorus and Saffold-White, and husband, Choir #1 Clarence White, Cindy H e was precede d in death Saffold, Angela Saffold-by: his wife Oler Lee Floyd; McNair and husband, Tony parents, Andre w and Elvira M cNair and L atoya Grier; Floyd and brother, Moses stepsister, Nicole Ghant; a Floyd. host of over 40 nieces and He leaves to cherish his nephews, all of Tampa. He memory: sons Charlie Floyd also leaves to cherish a Iov-and wife, Shirley, -and ing grandmother, Gussie Anthony Floyd, both of Watts; aunts, uncles, cousins Tampa; daughters, Monica and a host of relatives of Morri s and husband, North Carolina; He leaves to H erman of Ft. KY, cherish a host of uncles, late Dorothy P h elps and Rene a Lonnie Saffold, Isaih Saffold, Phelps, both of Tampa; D.C. Saffold and Kin grandchildren, Lorenzo Sobreon, Saffold; wonderful Floyd, Ricardo Floyd, aunts, Essie Saffold-Bryant Carmen Floyd, Scott, and Ruthie Mae Saffold; Ashanti Floyd, Darius Floyd, cousins, Ulyseff Saffold, wife, Talia Floyd, all of Tampa, and family of Tampa, and Kaneeshia DaVis and Artrell cousin, Julia Mae; and a hos t Davis, both of F t Campbell, of family' members of KY; great grandchildren, Thonotosassa, and a huge Jada Floyd of Tampa, host of Saffold cousins and Lorenzo Floyd, of family throughout Tampa,. Jacksonville, NC and G eorgia and surrounding Jasmine Valentine S cott of states. H e also leaves to cher-Tampa; brothel'S: Alex Floyd i s h his fond. m emorie s family Sr. and wife Cora Hosie and friends o f Granite Floy d and wife Rillie Mae, Cons t ruction Company as and Jessie K. Floyd and well throughout the Tampa wife, Salia, all of Tampa; sis-Bay ters, Mattie Lou Gilbert uf wlll be held at Clayton AL Emma N eal Morn1ng Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Holloway of Clayton, AL, Ave Tampa on Friday Lucy Kate Reeve s and hus-3, 2007,'from 6-8 p.m. band, Billie of Elizabeth, NJ, A MORNING GLORY SER-Essie Mae Wright and bus-VICE. Mr. H arold Jones, band, B enjamin of Owner. Columbus, GA, and L::===========:::!....-------------Henrietta Brown and husband, Ricky of Besseme r AL; a host of nie c e s n ephews, cousins, othe r sorrowin" relatives and friends. 1 h e remains will repose M onday, March 5 2007, from p. m. at Ray W illiams Funeral Home 301' N ; Howard Avenue and the f amily will receive from 6 7 p.m at th ..: Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners


NOTICES I MEMORIAMS MR. CARLTON COOPER MRS. HELEN L.JACKSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Helen L. Jackson of 2624 E. Mr. Carlton Cooper of North Bay Street, Tampa, wlio Tampa passed away.Monday, passed away on Sunday, February 26, 2007. Fl;lneral February 25 2007, will be held Services will be conducted on Saturday, March 3, 2007, at Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 11:30 a. m. at First Baptist Jefferson, Tampa, Rev. Oscar Church of West Tampa, 1302 Johnson, pastor, officiating. N. Willow Avenue, with Memorial services will be held Reverend Rayford Harper, on Wednesday, March 7, 2007, pastor, officiating. at 12 noon at Second Baptist Interment will follow in Rest Church, Jacksonville, Rev. Haven. Memorial Park Odell Smith, pastor, officiat-Cemetery. in g. Inferment-will follow at Mr. Cooper was a native of Rest Lawn -Cemetery, Amsterdam; Georgia and a Jacksonville. resident of Tampa for 64 Mrs. Jackson was born on years. He attended November 24, 1916, to Archie Hillsborough County Public and Frances Grant in Schools and was a graduate Jacksonville. She was educat-of Middleton High School, ed in the public schools of Class of 1953. Carlton was Hillsborough County. She was employed for many years as an employee of Southern Bell a Maintenance A Mechanic Company for many years. Ms. with Westinghouse. Corpora-. Jackson received Christ as her tion until its closing. He personal Savior at an early age then became a Tile and and was a devout servant. Terrazzo Setter with Anello She was preceded in death Tile Company where he by her husband, father, mothretired. Carlton is most er, sister and aunts. known for being the She is survived by: 2 chilNeighborhood Handyman. dren, Daniel.(Doris) Troy, and He was a longtime member Aaron C. (Beverly) Jackson, of First B. C. of West Tampa Jr., both of Jacksonville; where he served on Usher grandson, Daniel Troy, III of Board ##2. .. Tampa; brother, Rev. Oscar Mr. Carlton was preceded (Willie Pearl) Johnson, Roland in death by: his parents, H. (Mamie) Johnson, both of Willie and Bobbie Cooper; Tampa; sister. and caregiver, and brother, Lonnie Edward Frances B. Johnson of Tampa; Cooper;' -. nephews, .Roland (Nora) He leaves to cherish his Oliver, Sr; of Tampa, Oscar memory: a loving wife,' (Gay) Johnson, III, of St. Shirley; three Petersburg, Nathan L. Karen Lynn Cooper, Karla Byron Johnson, all of Cooper Moore (Herbert) and Tamp;nieces, Kia Johnson of Carlton Cooper, Jr.; stepson, Tallahassee, Nadine Johnson Alec Muhammad (Wanda), all of Tampa; grand nephews, ._ of Tampa; three grandchil-Dontae Johnson, St. dren and six step gran_dchil-Petersburg, Roland and dren; brother, Elder Robert. "'Jonathan of Tampa, Orian Cooper (Mary) of Tampa; two Johnson of St. Petersburg; sisters, Bertha Malcolm of brother-in-law, Pastor Richard Oxen Hill, MD and Juanita W. 'Jackson; couons, Gail Yeoman (Ruben) of Fort Kendyle, Washington, MD; sisters-in-_ Carol Dav1s, Erne11tme law, Gladys Tate of:-(Anthony) Thomas of Seattle, Cleveland, OH, and' Barbara ._: WA, -Troy of Cooper of RandallstoWn., MD;., Jacksonville, Florestme aunt, Coty Ba:rnesof .Cairo, Anderson of. Tampa, Claude GA; a host of .. nieces, of Tampa; special h d ; 1 fnends, Altamese Gardner, nep. ews an : Evellyn Bess of < and .Ioy.tng n'ec;e, JacksOnville, Rosa T. Brown of Tallahassee, Barbara Moore of spectal and _Iovmgfriends,, South Carolina, Dr. Eunict> Debra Wasbmgton, Mr. and Thomas of_ Georgia, Dr. Mrs. Farrell, Dr. and Barbara Carpenter, Louisiana, Mrs. Rtchard Nyako, Henrietta Wright of Daytona Attorney and Mrs Henry Beach, Roosevelt Stanley,. Nc;bles, Attorn.ey and Mrs. Tampa, Ms. Velma Moore; and C?rt:ee Mr. and Mrs. a host of other sorrowing Dennis Wdhs,-Mr. and Mrs. tives and friends -Louis Carter, Mr. and Mrs. The remains will repose at Paul Grant, Ms. Evelyn Stone's Memorial Funeral Mobley, Ms. Ethel Scott, the Home,.5016 N. 22nd Street, \Y,aft:Ie Staff, Church Tampa, on Friday, March 2, Family of F1rst B. C. of West 2007, from 6-7 p. m. in the Tampa and a host of other Edward W Stone Sr. and sorrowing relatives and Fannie B. Stone Memorial friends. Chapel. Family and friends are The remains will.repose asked to meet at the chutc h at after 5 p. m. today, March 2, 11:45 a. m. on Saturday, March 2007; at Ray Williams 3, 2007. Funeral Home, 301 N. Services entrusted to Stone's Howard Memorial Funeral Home; Arrangements entrusted to Tampa, and Phillips Mortuary, RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL Jacksonville. HOME, Rhodes & Northern, "A FANNIE B. STONE TRA Owners. DITIONAL SERVICE" SISTER CATHERINE G. LYLES MRS. CLARICE WILLIAMS PATTERSON Homegoing services for Clarice Williams Patterson, formerly of 1727 Arch Street, Funeral services for Sister who passed away Catherine G. Lyles of 5102 Wednesday, February 28, Idaho Street, who passed 2007, at her daughter's resi-away February 27 2007 will dence while under the care be held 11 a. m. on Saturday, March 3, 2007, at Mt. Zion of LifePath Hospice, will be A.M.E. Church, 7401 held Saturday, March 3, Kissimmee, Tampa, with 2007, at 2 p. m. at First Rev. Dwayne Gaddis, offici-Baptist Church of ating. Interment will fol-Village, 8616 Progress 'low at Rest Haven Memorial Boulevard, with the Park Cemetery. Pastor/Teacher Samuel Sister Lyles was preceded Maxwell, officiating. in death by: her parents, Interment will follow at the Ulysee and Viola Giddens; Garden of Memories. brother, Dessie B. Giddens; Clarice was preceded in and sisters, Willie Ruth death by her husband,: LeGrand, Susie Trimble and Calvin Patterson after 43 Mary Jean Jones. years of marriage. Left to cherish precious She leaves behind to cher-memories are: a very devot-ish fond and loving memo ed daughter, Shirli J. Lyles ries: two children born of of Opelika, Alabama; a loyal and faithful daughter and this union, Calvin _PauL son-in-law, Susie Ann and Patterson and wife, Sherry, Norman Cannon; and a loyal .. daughter, T .eralynn and faithful. daughter, Patterson;-grandchil Dorothy McCaskill all of dren, Shavon !Jurney, Tampa; 9 grandchildren, Sherron Caldwell and bus-. Schaffner Lyles (Rose) of band, Reche, and' .Ciara Jacksonville, Selwyn Harris, all.of Tampa; two Spratling (Renee) of Virginia great grand children, -Beach, VA., Saprina Cannon Recheyla and Cashmere of Tampa, Salyscees C.aldwell; her twin sister, Spratling (Tracey) of Clara Warren of Opelika, AL, Starone Jacksonville; a host ofloving Spratling (Danavian) of nieces and nephews, devoted Opelika, AL, Salazec friends, and dedicated doc-Spratling of Marietta, GA, tors, especially Dr. Bryan Kella McCaskill of Tampa, Bognar ofUSF. Tavares McCaskill of Tampa, Clarice Williams Deshay Price of Tallahassee; 8 great grandchildren; a host was borri onFebruary 25, of nieces; nephews; -cousins; 1933, to the late Johnny aunt, Jo.sie Giddens of ": Lucille Opelika, AL; brother-in-law, ... Wtlhams.Cooper of Isaac LeGrand; godchildren, She was o.ne five children Lorene AU en and Lisa born to th1s unton. IN. MEMORIAM MILDRED (SHAW) TABOR "If a man carries his cross beautifully and makes it radiant with glory of a meek and gentle spirit, the time will come when the things that now disturb will be the events for which he will most of all give gratitude to God." Anonymous "My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is mude perfect in weakness." II Corinthians 12:9 We will always cherish the fond memories of your loving meekness and bumble spirit. Lovingly, the family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MS. ILENE HUDSON Sunrise: 3/2/1947 Sunset: 5/14/2006 Stephens; a dear friend aqd She was a former memb,er care giver, Harris,. of Mt. Tabor Missionary -It seems hke yesterday and sorrowing family _: Baptist Church, where she' .. since (/) m z :::! z m r;al c: r rm -4 z ., c: al r-u; ::c m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c 'T1 ::tl 6 Ci) m 1\) ...... I )>


,... 0 0 N N' ::I: (.) a: < :lE > cr. LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::) .... w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::) a. z t= w -J -J ::) m ..J w z t= z w en < c cr. 0 _J u. IN MEMORIAM EUNICE MAYO Happy birthday Mom. Yet another year bas passed but the memories never fade. We love you. Your family. IN MEMORIAM JOYCEM ffiLLSMAN 6/22/47-2/27/06 You are deeply missed and always loved. Your children, grandchil dren, sisters and brothers. IN MEMORIAM HENRY L. HARDIN (HANK) 10/24/37-2/29/96 Love comes from God and you had ours from the very start. He has now made a special place for you, right in a corner of our hearts. Thanking Him today for His perfect love and abundant grace. Love, your family and friends. Support Th e Florida Sentinel Advertisers MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS JESSIE WEEKS The life of faith is not a mountain up with wings, but a life of walking and not fainting. As faith makes all things possible, it is love that makes all things easy. It is that kind of love you had for others that we will cherish the memories, and continue passing love on to others. Lovingly, the family. IN MEMORIAM DOROTHY THOMAS 8/19/38 3/2/06 A year has passed and you are still on our minds and will always be in our hearts. We miss you Love, your kids, sisters, brother and sister-in-law. IN MEMORY BIGMA Sunrise: 8/19/38 Sunset: 3/2/06 It's been a year since you've bee n gone There's not a day that goes by that we don't think about you. Love, your grands and great grandkids. FRANKE. JOHNSON, SR. The family acknowledges appreciation for prayers, visits, cards, flowers, food, drinks and other acts of kindness shown during our hour of bereavement for our loved one. We wish to thank Rev. Samuel Maxwell, Deacons and members of First Baptist Church of Progress Village and the University Community Hospital. Also, a "thank you" is extended to special friends, Manuel Mitchell, Deacon illysses McMillan and Amos Alexander for their assis tance in the daily care and transportation of our loved one during his extended illness and hospitalization. We sincerely acknowledge the P .henomenal services performed by Fannie B. Stone Memorial Chapel. Again, "THANKS" for your support and we ask for your continued prayers. May God continue to bless each of you. The Johnson and the Jackson families. DEACON WILLIE JAMES MERRITT The family of the late Deacon Willi e James Merritt thanks you for your kindness shown during our. loss. Your prayers, words of encouragement, calls, flowers, cards, food and visits were greatly appreciated Thanks to: the New Mt. Zion M. B. Church family under the leadership of Reverend W alte r Wiliams for their expressions of Christian love. Thanks to the staff at St. Joseph's Hospital and Kindred Rehabilitation Healthcare. Special thanks to: New Mt. Zion M. B. Church Deaconess Board for going above and beyond the call of service to show support in our hour of sadness. Also to all of our neighbors and friends, thank you and God bless you all! With sincere gratitude and warmest thanks. The family. ALMA C. SIMMONS The family of the late Alma C. Simmons would like to thank everyone for all of their prayers, cards and fiowers in our time of bereavement. Special thanks to Jeffrey Rhodes of Ray Williams Funeral Home and Pastors Craig and Barbara Holloway and the Triumphant family and Brotherhood. CARD OF THANKS MR. CAIRL FLOYD Our heads or bowed in sor-. row over the passing of our loved one, Mr. Cairl Floyd. Yet during this sad time, you have lifted many. of our butdens for which we are extremely grateful. Your loving kindness has given us the strength to withstand our loss and to accept God's will. Special thanks to: Rev. J. D. Leonard and the Ray Williams Funeral Home and Staff. We pray that God will continue to bless each and every one of you. The F loyds. MRS. ELIZA BARRON LUSANE The family of the late Mrs. Eliza Barron Lusane would like to express thanks for the acts of kindness to everyone who thought of us during the time of our loss. Thank you for the telephone calls, visits, food, prayers, and we were ever so grateful. Special thanks to Pastor T D. Leonard and Ray Williams Funeral Home and Staff. The Family. EUNICE (MADEA) ROBERTSON The family would like to thank everyone for all their prayers, telephone calls, visits and other acts of kindness dur-. ing our time of sorrow. Special thanks to: Rev. T. W. Jenkins and the New Hope M. B. Church Family, Rev. Donald White, Rev. Anthony Greene, Aikens Funeral Home and Staff. May God bless you. The Robertson Family.


CRfME NEWS More AITests M_.de In de1Nelry Theft CINDY HUNT DERRICK DENSON SfEVEN LYLES DOUGlAS GUZMAN, JR. The Hillsborough County had entered the store and Sheriff's Office has were seen walking around. announced the. of two At some point the two men more people in connection ran up to the jewelry case with the theft of a necklace and used a hammer to break from a Sam's Club Store : open the case and grab a dia-Detectives have. charged mond necklace valued at Cindy Hunt, 25, with grand $263,000. theft, and Derrick Denson, After the theft, the two 20, grand theft, fleeing men ran out of the store into to elude, grand-theft auto, a nearby parking lot and false name to law enforce-. were .seen getting into two meot officer, and obstruction -waiting' vehicles. ; or opposing without violence. Detectives initially arrest-Denson turned himself in ed Steven Lyles, 20, and to February 22rid. Douglas Guzman, Jr. on On January 23, 2007 at 7 grand theft charges. p m. deputies were called to Detect!ves said although 4 the Sam's Club at suspects are in custody for 15835 No'rth Ma}lry. the theft, the necklace has They learned a pair of men not been recovered. ;. . -. ,_ T8enaal' chargecl With 5tli. Car Th&ftln .. FlY Months t: .. Jatteria Ni-ion i s arrested atter stealing her fifih car in five days; :E 0 Mayor's Home Burglarized Gay Rights Activist .Jailed l> l:l 0 :X: At 11:28 a.m. Wednesday, Tampa Police responded to a Nadine Smith, Executive burglary alarm at the home Director of the gay and les. bian advocacy group, Equality ofMayor Pam Iorio. Florida, .was arrested in Officers at the scene report Largo for violating a city ordithat a suspect broke in nance. through a window that was Smith's arrest came during concealed by bushes. Police a Tuesday meeting that led to said there were obvious the dismissal of City Manager signs that the suspect rifled Steve Stanton, who is planthrough drawers in the niasning a sex change operation. ter bedroom. According to police, Smith It was determined that an was passing out flyers and undetermined amount of became disruptive when she jewelry was stolen, and at was told to stop. this point, police said it Smith, 41, was released on appears to be a random bur. $5,250 bail on a felony charge g lary. of_ resisting ar;rest with violence and a misdemeanor Mayor Iorio was not at charge Qf disturbing others' home at the time of the burassembly. glary, and police said there The city had assigned addiis no evidence the crime was' tional police and firefighters politically motivated. to the meeting that drew a Family Dog Attacks Toddler PLANT CITY-Hillsborough County Sheriff's crowd of 500 people. Officers were instructed to stop Smith from passing out the fliers because they presented a fire hazard and peo ple could slip ori them. According to the report, NADINE SMITH N 8 ...... Smith was approached in the lobby and an officer tried to prevent her from handling a flier to a man. When Smith allegedly asked why she couldn't pass out the flier, she 0 asked why and when an offi.-cer tried to escort her outside she became disruptive. Police claim it took.4 offi cers to arrest Smith because she 'was not complying with their commands : -. 0 l:l g tn -4 deputies are investigating the attack of a 2 year-old by the family's pit bull terrier Wednesday. Spokesman J D. Callaway said Ian Keo was bitten in the head and neck by Mongo, a family dog that was chained behind a shed in the family's back yard. He Pollee Charge Suspect Wl-h Attempted z m I;" aJ c: ..-was to a local hospital and is r e ported to be in critical condition. Mongo and two other dogs were taken into custody by deputies at the scene. ,CallaW"ay said the toddler's 69-year-old great grandmother fought off the dog's attack.' QUINCY ClAYTON STEPHEN BURRELL charged with attempted J .remains in condi-. murder and violation of pro-. tion. bation. z "tti c: aJ .-c;; % m 0 m < m -4 c: m tn 0 The attack took place at 6 p.m. at 3408 Drive. Deputies said Ian's great grandmother, Willa Sue OR.aNGE COUNTY -.clothes, Pick, .took the toddler out only 14 years old, but Orange : Authorities had tracked the: side with her. to reed the ; deputies $aid it was car to the Palace Hotel and .dogs as she's dolie the fifth tjme in five months" whEm Nixon pulled out, she when the attac:;k occurred. ST. PETERSBURG -On February 27th, detectives with the St. Petersburg Police Department arrested 19-year. old Qu.incy Clayton on l> Z 0 :!! 0 she's been arrested for grand was followed by officers in two theft auto .,.-; :_ '.' :unmarked SUVs. Deputies Jatteria Nixon was taken said when she realized she to Ythe Orange :C -ounty was being followed, she tried Juvenile Assessment Center; .to dump the car, but was where 'she will spend the caught. night. Authorities .said this is When a reporter at the. her fifth visit to the facility. scene asked Nixon why she Deputies said Nixon's latstoie the cars,. she reph':i est theft wa,s a 2007silver "why' the* !&% you ask I':' Dodge. They alleged she stole tliat *&#$ question?" the car 1n Tampa 'and had Deputies reported been 'driving it .around for 3 the same answer when they dajs. The was packed / interviewed Nixon. : .. -. ; "We'll GetYou Out Quic k ... ." Sc;> You Won't Have To Sit" 7628 N: 56th Street, Ste. 13 Tampa, FL 3361. 7 Office (813) 988 7881 Darrell Ingram Owner charges of attempted murder and violation of probation : 01\ February 18th officers." U nc l e Sandy w ere called to215 5th Street, North in refe rence to a shoot-Sa3!S ing : : h'. Officers arrived -on the scerie and found Stephen Burrell, 26, 1nside his ment. He had been shot in the head and torso. BRANDY SPAULDING ; ;.wound not considered life threatening "Vi 1 lo I I A short time later, police wound to her. ht'p. I t w as ou can 3, 7 8 3 v e comp ete y 16, 18,23,25,27withoutcomplet e said Brandy 21 d etermine d both victims were 30, 33, 38 und e rstanding ." was dropp e d off at the hospih h h g : 1 .. ....... tal for treatment of a gunshot s ot_-at t e 5t ...treet oca tion. Spaulding and Burrell L ET FREEDOM 1 have two children together and were at the RING time of the ,;lhloting. Police Clayton was AMOS .dating Spaulding at the time of the shooting ,. BAIL BONDS Burrell has remained hos-FAST SERVICE t OPEN 24 hrs :talized since the shooting ;.tnd is reported to b e in critical co .ndition: Spaulding's. injuries were not 308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Tele: (813) 933-0444 Cell: (813) 493-8387 life threatening.


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East Tampa Groups Keep Eye On Boundary Changes INTERIM COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK SAM KINSEY Informatii>n has been circulat-ignation doesn't require you to ed in East Tampa that the Barrio change anything that currently Latino Committee had requested exists. If a structure is deter .to have their historic preserva-mined to be historic, then some t ion boundaries extende d from changes might have to be made if Columbus Drive to 21st Avenue. the owner wants to add on or However, according Dennis make other changes. It doesn't Fernandez, the City of Tampa's mandate any changes to existing Manager for Historic structures." Preservation, if there were to be Fernandez said they're not an expansion, it wouldn't be a to mandate people to con Barrio activity. form to historic_ Fernandez said last year structures." there was an 1;1pplication submitBecause this involves the crossted to the state by the Historic ing of two CRA groups, East Preservation Committee for a Tampa leaders were asked about grant tO hire a consultant. the proposal. "The consultant was to go i nto I know they (Barrio Latino the National Landmark District Committee) were exploring the to reinventocy the area of possibility," said Sam Kinsey, Columbus to 21st Avenue near CEO of the East Tampa Cuscaden Park. They wanted to Partners hip. come up with a n assessment to "fm not in f a vo r of doing that. see what had change d in that When I s poke to their r epresen area,like new construction or tatives, they told me they were demolition doing a study. I think it's "Th e Barrio group has been i n counterp roducti ve. We don't p l ace sinc e the 1970s and the y think it's g ood for East Tamp a est a blish e d their current bound -and the p eople we're t rying t o aries a t tha t t i m e The N ationa l serve." Landmark Di s trict came in 1990 Mr. Kinsey said usually when and that's when an inventor y promises are m a de, unintende d was and the y m a d e tha t consequences arise and are. a r e a larger than the B arri o always in f a vo r o f the othe r per-Latina bound ary. son. F ernande z said it's not the We want the p e opl e of East hope that the change would Tampa to control their destiny, affect residents o r businesses i n not the Barri o C ommission. the area. There a r e t wo ci v ic associat i ons "Th e histo ric di s trict has noth-involve d including t h e East i n g t o do with the C RA The des Tampa Business and Civic BETI'Y WIGGINS COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON. GWENDOLYN MILLER Association presentation to C ity Council once Carol Marshall, President of they've completed their studies. I VM Ybor Association and Crime just hope my colleagues will join Watch Group, said she had an me in opposition to this plan. inkling about it. "it's a great home-"A few yea r s ago, we started owners within those boundaries looking at an overlay, but we will lose their homes, and that weren' t comfortable the may be the underlying intent, feedback we received at the time. because developers are We wanted to keep the fabric of seeking in that area. I our community uniform. want to make sure when the pro-"The consensus is an overlay posal comes before City Council, that would contam our histone bl" h h l d th b h t t h a pu Ic earing IS e so e 1a nc t a exis s In our neig -1 k h b h od -peop e can spea out on t e pro-or o City Council Chairperson Gwen Miller said she thinks the expimsion would definitely hurt East Tampa. "I think we're doing quite well with our CRA. I do n't think it's a good idea to cross boundaries. I think anothe r study needs to b e do n e Councilman Frank Reddick said he's had discussions with t h e B arrio L atino Commission, and told the m he's opposed t o t heir proposal to extend their boundaries. "I think many of the homes and businesses that are in that area will c o m e unde r their p r e servat i o n c ode a n d that c ould bec om e very expensiv e whe n thos e peo ple have to redo their homes and business e s to meet the code." Councilman R eddick said East Tamp a's O verlay District is in p l ace and t hat's all the y need "The y a r e p lanning to make a posal." East Tampa Civic Association C E O Betty. Wiggins said her organization has not been contacted by anyone on the Barrio Latino Conuirission. The Barrio Latino Commission c onsists o f : L evi Kaplan, Chairman; Joe Howde n V i c e Chairman; Fran Costantino, Ybor City Chamber of C ommerce; e.Jon Michael Callahan, Land s c a p e Arch i tect; Gina Grimes, Attorney; Stephen Marlow, Ybor City Museum; Leigh Wilson:V e r saggi, Architect; Rc:-bert Grunke Alternate, and Alberto. Portela, Cit'y of Tampa Staff Adminis trator, A r c h i tectural R evie w R eporte r L eon B. Crews can b e reach e d at ( 8 13) 2480 724, o r e-maile d at l eonfisen:. tine l. c om.


...... 0 0 N N' ::z:: () a: < >-"' <( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z c( c en w :: 1-w > w c w l: en ::; m :: z t= w ..J ..J :: m ...J w z t= z w en g a: 0 ..J LL. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS. MS. CHANELLE MS. CHANELLE And MS. OCTAVIA MS. CHANELLE And MS. OCTAVIA Happy birthday goes out to my sista, Nelly, who will be throwing a birthday bash at the ManiJla. So, be there or .be square! KENNEDY GREEN AndTONYATA THOMPSON KENNEDY GREEN Birthday wishes are going out to our little diva, Miss Kennedy Chanel Green,. who's turning the big four tomorrow, March 3rd. Kennedy will celebrate with a big birthday bash this week end at Gameworks with family and friends. Also, belated happy birthday to my mother, Ms. Sharon Thompson. : Happy birthday Kennedy. Your loving parents, Tonyata and Jacquez. TONYATA THOMPSON, KENNEDY GREEN And SHARON THOMPSON Birthday wishes to our precious little princess, Miss Kennedy Chanel Green, who will turn the big four tomorrow. Also happy belated birthday to my daughter, Tonyata Thompson. Happy birthday Na-Na. We love you. Your Meechie (Sharon BREONNAAnd FAMILY Happy 3rd birthday, Breonna. We love you! Family, fljends, mominie, daddy, Shawntay and Donell. March 5th 40 Happy birthday to of Tampa's #l stunners. Thompson), great grand-r---------------_;_...,...... ____ __, mother, aunt and godpar. KAN'Y:ON JOHNSON MS.SHANN '. A special happy belated 11th birthday ., birthday is being s ent out to Kan yon Johnson. And we this beautiful Pisces on .are proud of you f?r February 28, 2007 Honor Roll and Citizenship. Coming from your loved Love you much Shan ones. (Mom) Annette, (Dad), Book1_ e Da Lindsey, (children), (big S i s ; ers), };lis Zedrick and ( s i s -and granddaddies, ters), Nicia and Kim. Foots and Anthony. We love you, Ms. Lady!. ents. MS. GRACE Birthday wish es a r e being sen t out to my mo m, w ho will b e turni n g a year old e r and wis e r on M a rch 4th Lov e alway s; Destiny. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS TOBA E6T.1979 TOBA Tampa. q.rgani zation of Bla c k AITair t Membership. OrientattoD: Saturday, _March 10, 2007-lO:OO.a.m. 12:00 Noon Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority House 412 East 7th Avenue Tan1pa,' F lorida Please RSVP-by Wednesday, March 7, 2007 ( 8 1 ii) 87.1.-'"l 'OBA (86 22) o r tob;unember@toba n etwork.org Memb e r s hip applic ations wiU h e a"ailable a t the m eeting


--. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS -_ Rod'Neka NUBIAN PRINCESS On 2/27/96, this most a preciousjewel was born 11 years ago, which her initials will define why: R-radiant 0-outgoing D-destined N-Nubian Princess E-extraordinary K-knowledgeable A-Ambitious She does represent the tradition of the last name well, which is: G-gifted and glamorous A-anointed Iintelligent N-nurtured with Godly love E-everything. you would want in a daughter Y-youth that knows answer to her problems, God is ... Her favorite saying to her grandmother Veronica, Prayer changes things. This weekend will be celebrated .in Orlando with the Innovator and Dre best friend, Niara ... Ray-Ray and Rynecia. Happy birthday. 1st Accent from: the Innovator. Partners In Crime NAY-NAY -.-. -And ILEANA Put down the phone and stop gossiping and pick up the Bible and continue to pray, because me and iny girl are doing it big in "07." My girl is enjoying her day in Orlando at the Bebe Outlet. Happy birthday Ms. "1." Love, "Nay-Nay." 'Oh My God, Who Is That" The World Knows Her As 'Ms. Independent' MS. NEW ILEANA Happy birthday. to a very spec_ial person in our life, who provides all our needs and loves us so much, our mo_m. Congratulations to her for finishing Nursing Sch ool. From your four angels, "April, Bobo, DJ and Jemya," and the love of her life, "Bobby." ZA'RYA And also happy birthday to "t" /, ,_. ,. 'her s\ster, Dorietta, brother, Happy Diupon, brother-inlaw, Creamt! Lil Ms. Diva will Drew, cousins Black be 'celebrating in Orlando 1 Maurice, and most impor-SeaWorld this weekend. tant, "RIP Big:Oia." Love, Mommy,Ms. Nicki, Y/e. love you all!!!! Barbara, Gloria, Bean, famil and friends. .. Special shout,.out from lJncle Bruce. New l....oc

.c a: u. c z a: w > w c w l: U) :::i m :::::1 Q. z ..J ..J :::::1 m ..J w z t= z w U) a: 0 ..J u. == ALL ABOUT YOU! == T-DIRTY Can't wait until the day you come home. But the WildLife is going to party on the 28th for you, Tanguray. Happy Anniversary .... PASHEN And FRANK We're forgetting the things from our past. We press into our future, and baby the best is yet to come. Love ya! LEROY LENTZ SR. Congratulations to Leroy Lentz, Sr. on his retirement of 35 years from the City of Tampa Stormwater Department. From, your wife and chil-". dren. .... The _f. ). ..... -. Florida Seritine 1. Advertiser$ CLARENCE SURELLER And DEXSTASHA MYERS To Clarence and Dexstasha for the birth of Epps Jones/ Mason Family Reunion VALERIE JOHNSON ... President To the family arid friends of the late Effie Mae Jones Odom, Evelina JonesR u b i n and J essie JonesPryor. It is with an attitude of gratitude to invite all of you to our upcoming 3rd annual family reunion. When we celebrate, we take the time to nurture ourselves and our families. We also celebrate through our willingness to share, to love each other and to grow Family reunions are NOT the. only time we should gather and fellowship with each other and the LORD!!! At this time, no dates for the reunion have been tentatively scheduled Future correspondence will be sent to ALL family members with valid so please contact a committee member to update your personal information. The officers and members of the EPPS/JONES/MASON committee are: Valari e J ohnson-Tliorn. ton (President), Dori s M cDonald (Vice President), Hollis S immons (Secretary) and LaKischa .Hicks ('l'reasurer). Thank you, our family and for making o u r previ ou s reu ni ons a great s u c c e ss; Let u s continue .to pray for on e another until the next time we meet: and at that time .may we be blessed by. your presence. "The family that prays together, stays together." CLARENCE SURELLER, JR. Ckld's little angel, Clarence, J r ., 7 lbs., 61/2 oz., 21 inch es. Many blessings. Auntie Teresa and U ncle Eddie Durant and families. Pen Pal TERRY DEAN A tall, attractive, humorous, intelligent man is seek- ing correspondence with a w oman of my same counter-. parts. Write me at: Terry Dean, #21019-018, Coleman USPI, P. 0 Box 1033, Coleman, FL, 33521. THE INNOVATOR, RAY-RAY,RYNECIA And 1ST ACCENT .Prov e rbs 2 2:6 ._"Train up a child in the way she should go: and when she is old, she will not depart from it." Because Jesus lives, we c a n face tomorrow. T h e Innovator. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 === ALL ABOUT YOU! ==== f : : -:-I How Are You Living? I In these next lessons, John writes about love. This topic of love is one that should be practiced and not just talked about. For too long people have made love something they say, but not s omething they do In his writings .to the church recorded: in .J. John 2:7-17, John' writes to encourageand teach the church about love In this record he ties the action of love to light and darkness. John uses an age old dualism that God often used. The dualism in Ckld is it is either one or the other. There is no middle. It is dead o r alive; good or bad; light or dark, love or hate. As it relates to the church we must be one or the other. In addi tion, we must practice one or the other. The test to prov e where you are is how you live and love. Many people thought they were living in light. They thought because they went to church and participated with the other saints, they were living in light. They were perhaps abiding in light because they were in the presence of others. The existence of light was not because they had .it, but because someone else had theirs. When they left the church they went to living in darkness. This is evident in the way they lived and what they did. In this text it is about love The way you live will testify about your life What you say does not say much John in this text says, "Anyone who claims to be in the light but hates his brother is still in darkness" (vs. 9). Your love for your family and people of God will speak about how you really l i ve. If you are in light you will treat IF you are in the light, y ou wm be willing to do for others without having a need. to be compensated in return the people of God, living in light means forgiving those who hurt yotf and speaking when in each other's presence. John sa}:s that if you hate, you are in darkness. Your actions of love will speak for you. When you are in dark ness you can't tell where you are going o F what you are doing. Darkness will keep you messed up and k e e p you living beneath your privi-leges. .. J ohn writes to the ch u r c h to, tum. on a light for them. He says they have been in darkn ess until now (vs. 9). Most people will live. iJ:i darkness until s omeone comes and turns on the light for them. In many cases people already have a light; they just don't have it on. By writing these words to them, John is mak ing it an awareness to them that they think they are living in light but because of love .they are. dark-qess, He further enlightens them by shining a light on their love for the things of the world. The world is not limited to the Earth as we see it. It extends to the community of sinful living and living according to the flesh. John warns them not to love the world This is not a contradiction to lov e everyone. We must not love the sinful things of existence or the things that make us sin. We must make sure that we are not driven by the lust of pur flesh and we do not always seek after the things that our eyes see We have a greater charge and responsi bility. Our purpose is greater than trying to gain things of this world. John sums it up by saying, "The world and its desires pass but the man who does the will of God lives for. ever" (vs. 17). As we live we must seek to do the will of God. All the things outside the wil.l of Ckld will pass and fade away. A lot of accom. plishments and achievements will die with us. The things of Ckld will live on in eternity. How we treat others will 'speak to how we lived. At funerals p .eople talk about howmuch stuff you accumulated, they talk about how you lived.and treated people. In the end you want to live in light and hot n Yo u .. : .tnings and' peop; 0 oves. you to live i n preparation for eternity and not live for today How are you living? PASTOR & MIN TANYA WILLIAMS Founders 6501 N. Nebraska Ave. (John Calvin Church) Bible Study Wednesday@ 7 P.M. Worship Service Sunday@ 6 P .M: Contact Info: 546-2751


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Most of them were destined -condemned --to end up at Ivy League schools and be the second Rhodes Scholar in their family. "I ha.ve seen the same mandatory success in kids at an expensive summer camp where I coach debating. Since they were toddlers, their daily lives were mapped with painstaking middle class detail. "You know what? I do not gaze over my shoulder and feel even an ounce of melan choly that my trajectory was very different. What matters are not the structural inequalities that some are born into. What matters 'is how we react. As less affluent teenagers our choices are reduced, but not our agency. "In fact, there are days at Oxford when I am humbled by peer-admiration for my maturity and sensitivity. Little do many of the m know that that maturity stems precisely from the greater personal role I had to play in making a success out of my life Poverty was a motivating factor, not a reasonable excuse to drop out. "My escapism was books and classical piano. I still marvel at the amazingly powerful novels and works of nonfiction I lost myself in as a kid. How was I to know that such titles as "The Famished Road," "Brave New World," and "1984," were literary classics? How was I to know that "The Road Less Traveled" is too much pop psychology for a twelve-year-old to dabble -with? I also "accidentally" learned to pieces by Bach, Mozart, and (my favorite) Chopin (with the selfless help of a missionary teacher at my state school). And it all changed my life trajectory. "I have nq doubt that I was lucky, of course, to land up a doctoral philosophy candidate at Oxford University. But luck, I am happy to report, can be chosen. You can choose 1803 E. SNdowllwn. FL. 33610 (813) 238-6706 Are YOU a Sabbath Observer? Looking for a good church with a Pentecostal atmosphere. Well, Come to the BisiiOD-'olllinv L. 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CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AtiE CHURCH 2101 !.awe St. ::-.; _, J. COOK, Worship Adivtles: Earty Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Wonhip 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday Coiilege Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. ,, '. t. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Horning Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.V/. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. int llssionarr IIJtilt Cllurc Of Hillllancl Pines 4711 21st Ave. ..t:k REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Mornins Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627..03338. New FriendshiP Church 3117 E. lake Ave. 241-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor .-SllldaJ Chwch School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Bible Class 4:30P.M. EwnlngWorshlp 5 P.M. WednesdavPraverMeellng 7P.M. Bible Sbnly 7:30P.M Mt. Zion A.M. E. C urc 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Corner of HW}I.301 And IJToomingJaTe Ave.) "The Church WHose Doors Are Always Open: bivite You To Attend Our Services: Wednesday Night Prayer Service And B _ible Study .-6:30-P.M Sunday School Service .. 9:30A.M Worship Service llA.M.: "'Bless The Lord Oh My Soul A1id All17wt1s Within Me" : "Praise The Lord:1 Holy Name" .. .. llliM lJRlllt cHUR-CH OF GOD-IN CHRIST. 2313 E. 27th AVE ... (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 I WEEifl'l WORSHIP SCHEOVtE SUndav Scllool ..... 9:30 A.M. Sunclav Morning Worsllip .... 11 A.M. .. Sundav Evening Worsllip .... 7:30 P.M. Morning Praver' (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Weclnesclav Ni911t Worsllip ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP HAnHEW WILLIAMS PASTOR } www.brownmemotialcoglc.o!J! -)4 Church Whem The Love Of" God Flows And The Holt Ghost Is In Full Control. TtftiDie Crest Of Qrist JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Mom. Worship :30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Ev one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor E11riY Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m THE PUBLIC IS INVITED SAM I'IMI\WCL.L. Pastor/Teacher Adult/Otild;en Worship Times 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:l!:J!iiiiJ.l!J, VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH J>.stor Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Homing Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday Bille Study 7:30 p.m. "II Church That Embodies lind Exempllf1es lJncondlflonallove" M.B. CHURCH, INC. REV. JACOB JORDAN, Paslor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS, Elllty Momi1111 Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9-.30 a.m. Momi1111 Worship a.m. Evening Prayer Meeting & Bible Class 7 p.m.. NEW BEGINNING CHURCH SERVICES 7:45A.M. Service 11 A. M. Service 6 P, M. Hip Hop Genre Empowerment Service Bible Study Wednesday Night at 6:30P.M. Thankful Thursday Fellowship at 12 Noon. -GREATER M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. VIsitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDINS 4025 w. p ....... lt. Su.nday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. "' DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, III Pastor One Clu_u-c/z *Two Locations Main Location 10511 Main Street *Sunday School 9:30 U: 10. Morning Worship 11 a. m. *Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 p.m. Gyin 3715 7tli Avenue Fast Morning 1\-funna:. 9 a. m SUnday :45A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Chilctren For Transportation, Cull (1113) 9116-9504 Tuesday A.M Adult L... ____ _;;_;;;;_.;.._ ___ --J Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7'.30 P ..,. Adult "" USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" IAcb 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thei 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -.. Of COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m. Sunday Sdtool 9:45 a.m. Homing Wor.shlp 10:45 am. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL 11t 621-1155 Tuesday Pranr ServiCII 6:3o p.m. BlbJe Study: 7:30 p.m. BrotherhOod 1s1 Saturday Matrons 10 a.m. st and 3rd Saturdays VIsit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org lnfoOibcich.org The New Palm River 1304 S. 58th Tampa, Fi. 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is SqmebodY" .. Early Morning Worship ""' 8 9:30 A.M. Sunday School ................ :.--9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. -Horning Servlce. ...... ;.-.. .................. :.11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band .......................... : .. 7 P.M.Friday YPWW .................................... .. 7-8 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teachlng ............ : ...... S-9 P.M. DNc0n DIIYid C. Joi'CMn, DeacOn Bo8rd Chlrch 1813) 621-6764 Home 1813) 654-1950 Fax (8131 Sl. 'OHN. 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ALL ABOUT YOU! Happy birthday Tyana. Love always. Your mother, Brenda, Ben and sis, Latia. Q 0 0 0 a 0 TYANA, BRENDA .And LATIA Congrats to Tyana on her license new business. Also congrats to Latia on receiving her degree in Admin., Healthcare Way to go ladies. From a proud mother, also business owner. Keep your head about you and God will do the rest. God speed. B.B.I.Y.W. 'Mom." To Whom It May Concern To whom it may concern : We are serving notice to all wh.om are inquiring about us, that it is known and offi cial that what we share (each other) is unbreakable. So set your bets high because it will be difficult to meet Happy birthday Ms. Tonya. From your man, Brian, sisters (Boo and Punchie), mom and dad (Betty and Rai) and kids P. S R.IP. (nephew) "Dalshon," a.k.a., Elmo, and (brother) "Dalfonso," a.k.a., BeBe. We love and. miss y'all. Men lie, women lie, money don't! Yes, it's that 1 stunner's special day on 3-3-07. And yes, we're recruiting fans at this time, but it's a 6-9 month waiting list. So, get in where you fit in. Whop Whop is infatuated with women. He's in love with money and allergic to being broke. And the world can see how he's stunting. So, come 1 come all and party with Whop Whop this Saturday at Robles Park. FISH ADd WHOP WHOP F I SH, WHOP WHOP And C ORN '11 r 0 :::D 6 )> en m z ::! z m r I aJ c: Happy birthday shout out to Mr. Whop Whop on 3-3-07 And to all the other Pisces, keep doing what you do. m Much love coming from #1 lady in his life, Ms. kids, rest of family and friends. Last, but not least his partner in ., crime, Heem. c: aJ r en :::t m c m < m :::D -< -4 .. 1fou Jtiff apf!&/o .. : -.. .. .lvfa_,ne't or Choice for 2.007-2.008 ... : .. : c: m en c .. .. .. )> z c '11 :::D 2ntl Applicaiion Pei:iof! J.'-tfarch 1 to i3; 2007 _.: c .. .. < : .. Thurs. March 15 Young M1ddl_e, School 5 to 7 p.n1 .. ., __ PUBLIC SCHOOLS Library Information Meetings Thurs. March 8 : Fendig Mon. March 12 Brandon ,Library Thurs. March 1 5 Temple Terrace Library For more information, call tb'e i\1agnet Office at 272 -4818 or the Choz:ce Help Une at 272-4692 C : .:::::-?.:i !';"> s p.m. 5 to 1 p;m. 5 to 7 p.m : o.., m CD-I aJ


> <( c a: LL c z <( > <( c en w :::l 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :J a:l :::l a. z j:: -w ..J ..J :::l a:l ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL a:l I 0 'I"" w CJ <( a. News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS Family Birthday Celebration Keith Harris and Melanie Harris hosted the celebration of family members born in February. The major honoree. was Mrs. Marion Washington of 88th Street, who is the matriarch of the family. She celebrated her 88th birthday on February 18th. Other family members celebrating February birthdays were grandson, Keith Harris, granddaughterin-law, Carol Harris, grandson, Andre Washington, and great granddaughters, Alicia Joy Mcdowell and Krista Harris. Others taking part in this wonderful gala were: daughter, Ethel Harris; son, Bernard Washington; grandson, Howard Halris, III; daughterin-law, Freda niece, Tracy Washington; great grandsons, Andre Washington, Jr., Brian Harris, Michael Harris, Jonathan Harris and Stephen Harris; and great granddaughter, Camyrn Harris. Other friends and family members taking part in the celebration were: Melanie Harris, Yvonne Brown, Kollin Brown, Sharri Brown, Collette Brown, Cynthia Thompson, Jessica Simmons, Jasmine Simmons, Dackarett Duncan, Johnny B. Young, Claudette Nelson and Jashawn Hasberry. Accompanying the beautiful cake with all the honorees names and a big 88 for Mrs. Washington, was an abundant supply of delicious food, both southern coking and Caribbean, including .pigeon peas and rice and jerk chicken. A most unforgettable, joyful time was had by all. Mrs. Washington is looking forward to the next birthday and so is her family. Belated February Birthdays Wishes are sent to: Louvenia Caldwell, Davincio Flower, Jade Latso and Vernelda Filer. This wish is from the family. March Celebrants Happy birthday to our March celebrants: Janice Armstrong, Nettie Jones, Bessie E. Wilder, Alice Williams, Richard London, Sr., Cookie Coles, Willie Mae Buggs-Burney, Connie Marshall, Clarice Patterson, Debra Trotman, Charles Pritchard, Ruby Smith, COLUMN Larry Hill, Ronald G. Walker of Concord, California, William Thompkins of Capital Heights, Maryland, Cheryl Smith, Tiffany Howell, John Trotman, Camille Williams and Tina Louise Walter. Happy birthday wishes are sent to Anthony David Simon, b.k.a., "Miller." Sick And Shut-Ins "He knows how much we can bear ... John Carr, Lelia Felder-Moss, Mozell Debose, Lillie Mae Harris, Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Beulah Robinson, Linda ParkerLee, Samara Kitchen, Dorothy York, Lillie Donovan, Alethia King, Leona Williams, Mr. and Mrs.-Kitchen, Wayne Harvey, Clara Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Miles, Deacon and Sister Ruff, Deacon James Murphy, Sister Bert Graham, Sister Mildred Reese, Sister Mable Perry, Emily Sampson, Bobbi Jo, Carol Green, Brother Wilbert Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. Pope and Jaybest Coffee. Sympathy Sympathy is sent to the entire Jackson and Hendry family in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Rose Mary Jackson, who was funeralized on Friday, February 23,2007, Dr. Patrick Vincent, officiated. Our condolences are sent to the Pringley family due to the loss of their loved one. Sympathy goes out to Sister Ann Murphy and Brother James Joyner in the death of their father who was funeralized in Alabama. Congratulations! Congratulations to Stephanie Grooms-Henderson for running in and completing Gasparilla's Distant Classic on Saturday, February 17, 2007. Congratulations to Diane and Michael Young who celebrated 7 years of wedded bliss February 26,2007. Hats off to Foster Lovett, II, for making Honor Roll. Congratulations, keep up the wonderful work. Mike Brown, a standout football and basketball player at Brandon High School signed a Letter of Intent on February 13, after receiving a full scholarship to play football at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas. Congratulations are in order. Share Program Stretch your food dollars with the Share Program. For information, call (1-800) 536-3379 or email shareinfo@shareflorida.org. Blvd., Tampa, (813) 677-1948. Door prizes and refreshments will be offered. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and cards sent to inmates upon their request write: P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, 33677-4618 or call (813) 516-6780. Family trips to Florida pris ons, call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Family Ties at (813) 476-2964. Damon Mazyck needs a pen pal. Congratulations The 29th Street Church fami ly wishes the Honor Roll boys and girls continued success: Jalen Ferrell, 3rd grade, Pizza Elementary; Desjane' Boone, Blake High School; Comilla Williams, Timothy Rogers, Fancina Wright, Mykala Jones, Edward McNair, Jr., Edward McNair, Sr., Joseph Abrams, Sr., Helena Thompson, Shane E. Anthony, Jr., Letrena McNair, Mary Hamilton, Zenita S. Anthony and Christopher Miffin. Fa-milies On One Accord F. Y. I. There will be a Family Forum Remember our servicemen held on March 10, 2007, and women who put their lives Saturday, at 7 p. m. on the line daily for us. The event will feature the fol-lowing: Male Chorus, Praise Remember the helpers in the Team and Panelists. kitchen: (813) 671-The special topic will be -3614, Family Deli, (813) 671Family Unity. They will be tar-1541 or H. 0. P., (813) 238-geting families in East Tampa. 5221. The Forum is to take place at Call your news into Iradean First Baptist Church of London-Biggs at (813) 677-Progi'ess Village, 8616 Progress 6071. Be blessed! WHO CARES? STILL CARES! ITY COUNCIL -Dist 6 CHARLIE MIRANDA Com1J1itled to Tampa. Committed to You. The City of Tampa election is afew short weeks away.You and your neighbors will choose the riext City Council member from Qistrict 6. I need your: help and your vote. I will make your voice heard at City Hall. jPLEASE VOTE_IVIARCH 6TH POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY CHARLIE MIRANDA FOR TAMPA CrrY CT6. _.-_ ... If you value experience," .. V .VOTE MIRANDA. -.-.,. v If you want someone who unaerstands that neighborhoods are the strength of our city, VOTE MIRANDA.-If you demand that the city get a dollar's benefit for every dollar spent, VOTE ,MIRANDA. If you waht safe streets and clean water, VOTE MIRANDA If you want a City Council member with the courage to stand up for you, VOTE MIRANDA


LOCAL ., lJ c )> -< Business Owner Plans To Stay 3: )> lJ 0 ::::r::: Caldonia's has operated on Mallory Street for more than so years. For more than 50 years, "I've been cooking at that Mr. Arthur Roby said he's site for more than 50 years. owned and operated When I heard the bar was Caldi:mia's Barbecue. He shutting down, I hated to see even constructed the small it happen. building that sits at the rear "As far as how that will of the old Gene's Bar build-affect my business, I stay open and have never been in:g. Mr. Roby said he""made closed. I will continue to operate as long as I can stay an with there. At this point, I .don't O'Steen (former Gene's Bar know how long that will be." and property owner) to rent Mr. Roby said he's never the property where his build given any thought to opening ing sits for as long as he someplace else. wanted to. The City of Tampa's Name Omitted '. ,_. In an artjcle last Friday on Reverend Jilcob Jordan, the name of one son' was omitted Apologies to Kenneth Jordan. Hood Temple AME Church, 3608 N. 26th St., is ;erv: : ing b:r:eakfast every Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 9:30 a.m. Supper is' :. served every TUesday and Wednesday, 5 s p. m. Everyone is welcome. .. The pastor is Rev: Dr. Winston Prescott. 3602 7th Avenue Tam FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 KeYs Made 69 and Up ...... Latex Flat White Paint $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ......... : ............... ea 3 .. Brushes .; .... .. .-.... ................. 99 ea. SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Environmental Development Office has met with Mr. Roby see what he wants to do with his building. Also, the City of Tampa's East 2115 l Hillsborough 1111. 24 HOURS Tampa Development Director Ed Johnson has talked to Mr. Roby about the possibility of either expanding, or tying him into whatever replaces the bar. PI) Reporter Leon B. Crews 8 can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. Wait Untnsunday Sale Starts Today! Good Only at 2115 E .... illsborough Ave. AIIYour Easter & Spring NeedsHere 2/$5.00 Single Use 35mm camera With Flash ., 6 'l] g en m z -t z m r;m c: .... .... m -t z "tJ c: m .... c;; ::::r::: m c m < m l:J -< -t -c: m en c )> z c 'TI l:J ., l!; m .... .... I m


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LOCAL Black -Journalists Association Offers Scholarships Members of the Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists are currently. accepting applications for their 2007 Scholarship Contest. Students interested in competing for the scholarships must submit their applications no later than Monday, April 16th. The Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists (TBABJ), was formed in 1990 as a not for-profit organization. It was first known as the Suncoast Black Communicators Group, as an affiliate of the National .Association of Black Journalists. Its goal was to unite people of color in. the area who are employed in the media or media-rela:ted jobs. Led by President Eric Deggans, who is the TV/Media Critic for the St. Petersburg Times, TBABJ has members of color repre-_senting Pinellas, Hillsborough, Citrus, Hernando, Polk, Manatee, and Pasco Counties. The organization sponsors events that encourage profes. sional development among journalists_ and serve as a clearinghouse for employment opportunities. This year, the organization -. ERIC DEGGANS .. President, Tampa Bay AssoCiation of Black Journalists will award $1,000 scholarships to three "deserving minority students. Those students wishing to compete for the scholarships are required to submit a 500-word essay. Applicants are asked to write the essay_ on the topic, "Analyze the media's coverage of a recent news story involv ing race,-class or religion. Discuss how you would have covered the story." The students are then required to submit five collated copies of the the completed application, a resume, and 3 to 6 examples of his or her journalistic work. Those who are in broadcast journalism can submit a reel, but must identify his or her role in the production. Students are also asked to submit an official school -transcript (it must be enclosed in an official school envelope and be stamped by the Bursar's or Principal's office) as well as two letters of recommendation from faculty, employers or journalists who are familiar with. the student's career goals High school students wishing to enter the competition must also his or her current school as well as the institution of higher learning the student plans to attend. The competition is not open to graduate students. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can contact Ms. Sherri Day,_ the Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists Scholarship Coordinator at (813) 226-3405, or at Sday@sptimes.com Contestants may also contact the organization's dent, Eric Deggans at DigDog@aol.com Let The Tax Doctor Put$$$$ In Your Hands1 Don't Be Sorry Later Call The Tax Doctor-Today1 "Quality Service Is Our Golden Rule Year Round!" 103 W. Hamilton (813) 239-2787 (2 B l ocks N. Of Sligh Off Florida Ave ) Across From Pioneer Cleaners ESSJ II_EDfWfia1lf__tR'Gl Hosted By:Advocates for Small Business Owners, Inc Seminar To Include: Startup Business Assistance Network/Business Card Exchange:' "Free" Business Tax Filing Minority Business Benefits *Accounting & Tax Requirements *Lur]cheon To Be Held March 17, 2_007* 12 -4 p.m. Price: $25 per person in advance $30 day of event ($5 discount a guest) soooN. 56th Street *Tampa; FL, 33610 (813) 635-0272 phone (813) 635-0009 fax BRANDON DODGE .......-* $3500 Cash Trade Equity __ $3000 Rebate $500 Farm Bureau Rebate ; : : ILIIUIIUII _. $3' ,500 Cash I Trade Equity Rebate $500 Farm Rebate ., r 0 ::c en m z z m r;m c r r m z "0 cm r c;; :::t m c m < m c m en c )>" z c ., ::c 6 C) m .... (.,) I m


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_ Bobby Brown Ordered To Remain In Jail Bobby Brown was ordered on fylonday to remain in a Mass. county jail until he pays $19,000 in late child support and court fees, his lawyer said. "We're diligently working on getting those funds.available from outside sources," said Phaedra Parks, an attorney in Atlanta where Brown currently .lives Parks doubted Brown. would get out of jail Tuesday mornii_lg. Parks said the R&B singer has been struggling to meet monthly payments to Kim Ward, of Stoughton, the mother of his two teenage children. "Although this agreement was put in place when he was Bobby Brown the star, this agreement is being enforced when he is not always able .to find work," 'Parks said. "He hasn't made an album in quite some years." Brown is in the midst of a divorce from pop diva Whitney Houston, after 14 years of marriage. A judge in Norfolk Probate and Family Court ordered Brown held in the county jail in Dedham on Monday, one day after the singer was BOBBY BROWN arrested while he was watching his daughter's cheerleading competition at Attleboro High School. Adam Loomis of All State Constables in Weymouth said he served an arrest warrant against Brown for failing to appear at a child support hearing in October In October; Brown paid $11,000 in delinquent child support after being threatened with arrest if he stepped back into Massachusetts. He owed more than two. months' worth of payments to Ward. Brown currently owes child support payments from January, plus late penalties, Ward's attorney fees and constable fees, Parks said. UsJJer Stylin' With Engagement LOS ANGELES --It looks like Usher's got it bad for the altar. Much to the lament of his female fan-basi(, the R&B superstar with the six-pack abs will be leaving his bach:elor days behind after getting engaged to his girlfriend, stylist Tameka Foster, sources confirmed No w ord 'when. -met back in 2004 when Usher, Foster, Usher popped woi.:ked wtth such the que.st'infi or. \vhen the .stars as Toni Braxton and. two1'ome will tie the knot. A 'Lauryn Hill, joined rep fo:r the 29-year-old as a stylist on his Truth tour singer has declined to comsupporting his last multiment on various media platinum album, reports that the two decided Confessions, which spawned to get. hitched on the mega-hit "Yeah!" Valentine's Day. Apparently, not everyone The flrst clear sign that is thrilled by the prospective Usher had taken himself off nuptials the market came during last According to the New York Monday's NAACP Theatre Daily News, Usher's mom, Image in. Beverly : Patton, who also Hills, where he accepted his serves as the Grammy winSpirit Award by thanking ner's manager, is "flipping Foster and introducing her out" over. the union, having as his "fiancee Foster, 37, previously fired Foster has also been spotted about because ."she didn't think she town recently sporting a 10-was dressing him according carat rock on her ring finger. to the caliber of star he was." The couple have been an Well then. perhaps she'll -item for a year. They first do -better as his wife. Ice Cube To Co-Produce New Comedy ICE CUBE Ice Cube has signed on to co-produce and star in the urban comedy "First Sunday," playing half of a duo that bungles an attempt to rob a church 'and ends up getting con-. vinced of the error of their ways by their hostages. Agreement Reached On Brown DNA Samples COLUMBIA, S.C. A lawyer for James Brown's partner says an agreement has been reached over obtaining DNA samples from the late soul singer's body, Lawyers for Brown's trustees wanted DNA samples to help sort out pat'ernity claims made against the singer since he died two months ago. Brown's partner, Tomi Rae Hynie, originally didn't like the w.ay the trustees wanted the DNA collected, her lawyer, Robert Rosen said. But both sides have reached an agreement on how to collect the samples, leading to the cancellation of a hearing s cheduled for Tuesday, Rosen told The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle. Instead, the lawyers plan to present an order for the judge to sign, Rosen said. Brown, who died Dec 25 at the age of 73, has yet to be buried. 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"I will admit there is 'so stupid it's funny,' but there is also 'so stupid, get out of my face,' and that's what.this movie is." The Razzies are held each year_ in Hollywood one day before the Oscars. "Basic Instinct 2" won for worst pic-SHAWN And MA.RLON WAYANS ture, worst actress for Stone, worst screenplay and worst prequel or sequel. Other Razzies went to filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan ("Lady in the Water") for worst director and worst supporting actor; Carmen Electra for worst supporting actress ("Date Movie., and "Scary Movie 4" the latter featuring her as a character that spoofs Shyamalan's "The Village") and Robin Williams' roadtrip comedy "RV" as worst excuse for family entertainment. Filmmaker Sues HBO's Over Footage African-American filmmaker Matthew McDaniel was shocked to see video footage he shot during the 1992 Los Angeles riots as part of the recent HBO documentary "Bastards of the Party," espe cially since no one involved with the film asked him if the clips could be used McDaniel, who says he's spent the last 20 years documenting the condition of blacks in America, has filed a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles against HBO, Antoine Fuqua, Fuqua Films, and Cle "Bone" Sloan_ for copyright infringement, fraud, breach of contract, and unfair competition. The lawsuit seeks both monetary damages and injunctive relief. The footage in question was also used, with permission, by Dr. Dre in his groundbreaking 1992 rap album, "The Chronic," as well as in McDaniel's award-winning documentary ."Birth of a Nil,tion: 4-29-1992." "Bastards of the Party," directed by former ganghanger Cle "Bone" Sloan and executive produced by Fuqua, takes an in depth look at the history, prolife'tation and future of the Crips and Bloods in Los Angeles. SLOW DANCE For Orders: Any Book Store Ask For "Slow Dance" And Use ISBN 142595877x www.authorhouse.com ZoeBoe_spizz@ verizon.net 813-244-0109 Fax: 1578 Janet To Star In New Movie With Tyler Perry JANET JACKSON Janet Jackson has agreed to star opposite Tyler Perry in "Why Did I Get Married?" Based on Perry's stage play of the same name, the movie will follow a couple that goes on vacation every winter with friends to reexamine their marriages. "Dreamgirls" cast member Sharon Leal and singer Jill Scott will also star in the film. Subscribe Today! Bulle M()klo:_.,I::S: uThe Voice of D_ur Comnzunity Speaking for lts _elf' 813) 248-192 Rapper Tells Her Side Of Fla. Arrest NEW YORK --Foxy Brown turned up in a Brooklyn church to tell her side of the story of how a visit to a Florida beauty supply store went awry and ended in her arrest. The 27-year-old rapper said she was dragged half-naked out of the store's restroom and then picked ori by police officers because she is black. FOXY BROWN "I was exposed from the waist down on the toilet," she said Monday at Brown Memorial Baptist Church in the Clinton Hill neighbor-Pines, Fla. hood. Brown said she was only "The only crime I'm guilty going to the bathroom, but of is being a young black the store owner refused to let woman," Brown said. her finish and then dragged Brown, whose real name is her out, still undressed Inga Marchand, could face Store owner Hayssam jail time if a judge decides she Ghoneim said he asked violated probation after she Brown to leave the restroom got in trouble for hitting two because .he was closing up manicurists with a cell phone shop. But he said she spat on in 2004. She has to go back in him, and that a surveillance front of the Manhattan judge video shows that the rapper this week. left the restroom door open Police in Florida have said the entire time. that Brown spat on the Brown was charged with store's owner and then got resisting an officer and sim into a scuffle with an officer ple battery, police said. in the parking lot. The inciThe rapper is known for her dent occurred Feb. 15, when sexy outfits and racy lyrics. Brown and a friend stopped Her albums include "Ill Na at the shop in Pembroke and "Chyna Doll Residential & Commercial Leak Repairs .No Job Too Or Too 20_ Years 5 Years Established In Semmole He1ghts Community DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contrador License# RC0067277 Licensed-Bonded-Insured (813) 477-0108 Fax: (813) 236-7325


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But the police burst in on Cassie and Josh and hauled him back to jail, the victim of a setup Beth was shown to know the whereabouts of HB's AS THE WORLD TURNS: Fearful that Jade's stories indicated that Adam may be alive, and after Gwen got a package containing her wedding ring, Gwen and Maddie dug up the grave but Adam wasn't in it. Later, Gwen got a mysterious call from Adam asking her to meet him in the woods. Coming: Dusty's meddling may gun. Coming: Dinah is forced to face something from her past. lead to big trouble. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Stephanie overheard Rick and Phoebe's secret plan to meet at Big Bear and told Ridge, who followed them. Brooke arrived at the cabin to find Ridge about to use physical violence against Rick, and stopped him. Brooke finally convinced Rick to cool things down with Phoebe. Coming: Ashley's arrival has an unexpected impact: ONE LIFE TO LIVE: John tracked down David Vickers, who finally admitted killing his brother. 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Reflections (A Retrospective) ................................. Mary J. Blige 9. Soundtrack ...... .-............................................................ Dreamgirls 10. The ,Inspiration ....................................................... Young Jeezy 11. On'Ce Again ......................... .................................. John Legend 12. Kingdom Come ........................ :............................. ... : ....... Jay-Z 13. B'Day ............ .... ................................. : .................... : ...... Beyonce 14. Jill Scott Collaborations ............................................. Jill Scott 15. Alter Ego ........................................................................... Tyrese 16. Ciara: The Evolutlon ........................................................... Ciara 17. Hip Hop Is Dead ............................................................ : ........ Nas 18. Like Father, Like Son ............................... Birdman & Lil Wayne 19. Writer's Block 4 ......................... ..... ; ...... ....... ........ :.: .. JR Writer 20. Kingdom Come. : ................................................................ Jay-Z Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Lost Without U .............. ... ....................... .. .............. Robin Thicke 2. You ..................................................... Lioyd Featuring Lil' Wayne 3. Runaway Love ......................... Ludacris Featuring Mary J. Blige 4. Throw Some D's .................. Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 5. Poppin' .. ..................................... Chris Brown Featuring Jay Biz 6 On The Hotline ................................................ ; .......... Pretty Ricky 7. Promise ........... ....................................................................... Ciara 8. Ice Box ....... :.............................. ..: ............................. Omarion 9 This Is Why I'm Hot ............................................................... Mims 10. Buddy ................................................................ Musiq Soulchild 11; Make It Rain .................................. Fat Joe ring Lil Wayne 12. lrreplaceable ............................ : ......................... ........... Beyonce 13. Top Back ........................................................ T.I. 14. Go Getta ................................... Young Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly 15. I'm A Fllrt ....... Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and T-Pain 16. Walk It Out. ................... :.' ....................................................... Unk 17. Last Night ................................... Diddy Featuring Keyshia Cole 18. And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, ............. Jennlfer Hudson 19.1 Wanna Love You ........................ Akon Featuring Snoop Dogg 20. Take Me As I Am ................... : ................................ Mary J Bilge Sentinel's Top 10 Rap Albums 1. Last Night Speciai ....................................... ; ............. 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c a: u. c z < c en w :::: t-ii: w > w c w ::J:' en .:i m :::: Q. z i= w ..J ..J :::: m I ..J w z i= z w en i -a: 0 ..J u. LOCAL Workshops Geared Toward Assisting Fathers In Carver City Area BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The City of Tampa and a local faith-based organization are working together to host a workshop series .aimed at helping Carver City and Lincoln Garden families. The Fatherhood Assistance, Lifestyles & Legal Services (F.A.L.L.S.), along with the city's Department of Community Affairs, will be holding free Responsible Fatherhood Workshops and Computer Operation Classes from arch 6th through April 12th. FRED HEARNS Workshop Speaker JULIANNE HOLT Workshop Speaker JIMMIE'GRAY Founder, Fatherhood Assistance, Lifestyles & Legal Services (F.A.L.L.S. The workshops will include speakers from the USF Black Life Institute, the YMCA and'local family resource centers. Fred Hearns from the city's Department of Community Affairs, and Hillsborough County Public Defender Julianne Holt will also be aniong the speakers. These workshops will not be The workshops will be held at the just for fathers, but for entire fami. Loretta Ingram Complex a 1611 N. Jimmie Gray, founder of Hubert Avenue. Workshops will be to prepare these young men for job interviews so donations of men's clothing would be appreciated." Participants will get computer training, and a free computer at the completion of the series of workshops. the F.A.L.L.S. held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. FA>r more information, or !<'> register. for this event, please call Jimmie L. Gray at (813) 401-4876, or email him atBayGray@netzero .com. The purpose of the event is to pro"We would like to. have health "We are optimistic about this mote responsible fatherhood. screenings, service agencies, busiFathers and families will be eligible nesses and church choirs donate for year-iounq parenting assistance their services to make this event' a for registering for the workshop success," said Gray. "Also, we want 1. Reddick successfully led the efforts with other members of the City Council to close a public nuisance bar in East Tampa. 2. Reddick successfully coordinated with citY staff to preserve the Centro Espanol (Urban League Building) in West Tampa for community purposes. 3. Reddick 'successfully secured $1,270,000 in recurring funds for neighborhood projects in District 5 including $50,000 for improvement of Belmont Heights Little League. 4. Reddick was instrumental in closing a and modifying a rock and gravel company's operations in Northview Hills community resulting in reduced air and noise pollution. 5. Reddick was instrumental in creating the East Tampa section of the Clean City DMsion and creating environmental detectives to crackdown on"'""',..,,,..,, .. .. Thomas Scott -1. Under Scott's ten years of leadership and community,' Tampa General Hospital went pd-J'tite'di:ifiying. many low-income residents in the city of Tampa access of receMng adequate medical care. "' 2. Under Scott's leadership and vision for the community, We longer have one of the inost historical organizations around, the Uman League. 3. Under Scott's leadership and vision for the eominunity, the. original plan for the ffHievelopmen_t of Central Park Village went debunked.. ... ,... ... :t, 4. Under ten years of leadership and .vision as a ,__ ..-County Commissioner, African Americans are still "begging' for contracts and the opportunitY to do business wffh the county. WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT! Vote to keep Frank A. Reddick on Tampa City Council, District 5 Political Adv. Paid for and approved by Frank A. Reddick Campa ig n for City Council, Dist. 5


:::rJ LOCAL COLUMN A City of Tampa Municipal Election will be held on March 6, 2007. Don't forget to vote for the candidate of your choice! Happy Birthday -March Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! Freddie Surratt on March 3, Annabelle Woodard and Thelma K;. Williams on March 4, Jasmine Graveley on March 5, Alison Odom and Donovan Carley on March 6, Louise Burton on March 7, Anjorie Sledge on March 8, Hazel Hitchman, Sallie Holmes, Naomi Cliatt and Leomi Thompson on March 10, Mercedes McNair and Earl Oliver on March 11, Cassie Wilson and Victor Young on March 12, Mekai Griffin on March 13, Samuel Hines on March 14, Dr. Pocahontas Davis on March 15, Harriet Watkins, Shari L. be held on March 20, 2007 from 6:30 p m. to 8 : 30 p.m. at United Skates of America, 5121 North Armenia Avenue. The event will be sponsored by The Tampa I Hillsborough County Chapter of The University Alumni Association and its proceeds will benefit The Future Miss BethuneCookman University Pageant and Contestant, Miss Whitney Savage. For tickets and additional information, please contact Andrew Kevin Mathis @ (813) 2483052 The Doctor Is In Accolades and congratulationsto native Tampan,' Dr. Felecia Austin-Tolliver, who was profiled in a recent article that appeared in The Times Community News of Angleton, Texas, where she now practices. In honor of Black History Month, Publisher/Jour.nalist Butch McReynolds, paid tribute to Tampa's Dl'. Felecia AustinTolliver and described her as "a credit to her profession. Her work ethic, efficiency, visionary leadership attribut es, and courage and compas sion for others were chroni cled. Dr. Austin-Tolliver Austin-Tolliver's primary concerns in life, beyond caring for her many patients, is to see that legislation passes which will provide assistance to people who cannot afford medical help. Additionally, Dr. Tolliver is Vice Chief of Staff at Angleton-Danbury Medical Center. Dr. Felecia AustinTolliver is the daughter of the late Mrs. Josephine Smith Austin andMr. and Mrs. John (Joyce) Austin. To_read the entire article, please visit NAYBRZ. COM on the Web. Black Heritage Weekend Black Heritage Weekend was held F'ebruary 16-18, 2007, at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, : Florida. The' Black Heritage Weekend is an activity that is sponsored by the 11th Episcopal District Young Peoples and Children's Division (YPD) of the Women's Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. It is a weekend of activities designed to promote high self-esteem, academic achievement, and spiritual growth, while focusing on our African-American and Bahamian heritages. Reverend Willie Cook and Allen Temple AME Church congratulate the following Black Heritage c Weekend Winners : Bradfield is President of The Julius Denson, Jr. & Allen Temple WMS and :!:: Carly Jackson 1st Place Reverend Willie J. Cook, l> Essay Writing Competition. Master of Divinity is Pastor. :::rJ Jacquelyn Oliver -1st The Reverend Theodore Place Solo Musical Andrews is Presiding Elder Competition Instrumental of the Tampa District of the !)i Piano 0 Nancy Mizzell & Jasmine AME Church; Mrs. Melvin ...., Oliver 3rd Place Musical Morgan is Episcopal WMS Competition Instrumental President; Dr. Courtney S. Ensemble. Lamar is Episcopal YPD West Coast Conference Director; Ms. Shayla Hogan Girls Basketball Team -1st is Episcopal YPD President; Place; Kayla Bell, Tiffany Dr. Dorothy Jackson Bolden, Tassney Bolden, Young is Episcopal Leah Coleman, early Supervisor of Missions and Jackson, Nicole Bishop McKinley Young is Rodriguez. Resident Bishop of the West Conference Eleventh Episcopal District of Varsity Cheerleaders -1st the African Methodist Place: Episcopal Church (Florida Jasmme Obver, Quaneisha -and the Bahamas). Pressley. West. Coast Conference Junior Varsity Cheerleaders -1st Place; Ranita Holland, Sydnie Miller, Jacquelyn Oliver and Destini Paxton. West Coast Conference Boys Basketball Team 2nd Place. West Conference Kickball Team -3rd Place. Creative Drawing Competition (2-6 year old category): Brandon Pressley, Ranita Holland, Tykeem McCord. Ms. Leslie Brown is YPD Director at Allen Temple AME Church; Ms. Coreatha Larkins is Conference WMS President; Mrs. Clara Thinking Of You Mittie Hayes, Jewel Kirtz, Katie Mack, Arc hi a Mae Wright. Condolence Deepest sympathy to Ms. ., Victoria Primus and Mrs. r Maria Mitchell and Family, in the loss of their father, Mr. .Jeremiah Primus of Union City, GeOrgia. 0 Please submit your news of m interest that you would like to appear. in this column. Z Contact Frankcene Favors-J!! Daniels by phone @ (813) dJ 843 -3258, or by e -mail at C: littamvt:ibczy@aol com Thank you. m Taylor and Imani Wilson on March 16, George McNair and Brianna Wharton on March 18, Elder Garland Phillips, Sr. and Freddie Coley, Jr. on March 19, Peggye Jones on March 20, Gladys Allen and Clinton Simmons on March 22, I..ouise Hitchman on March 23, Bruce Wilson, Jr and Lola Cox on March 25,. Sarah Lacy on March 27, Rixene Hall on March 29, Karawn Garvin and Cisco Taylor on March 31. discusses her Tampa upbring-:::t z ., Happy Anniversary Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs; Jimmy L. (Linda) Gilchrist, who will commemorate their March 5, 1971 nuptials on Monday. May peace and prosperity surround you and yours, Jimmy and Linda (Hitchman) Gilchrist as you celebrate 36 years of marriage! Gospel Skating Party A Gospel Skating Party will ing, her family, the challenges Sample Ballot of being a black female doctor, as well as transitioning from City Of Tampa Municipal Election an urban environment to a rural setting. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2007 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA The first black Valedictorian from Hillsborough High School in 1989, Dr. AustinTolliver is an alumnus of The University of Florida, and The University of Miami Medical School. Subsequent ly, she has moved to Houston, Texas, where she completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine prior to setting up her office in Angleton, six years ago Her successful practice now speaks for itself. One of Dr. I want to tackle the problems facing our city. Unfair taxes, environmentally destructive growth, bad roads, crowded schools and more. DISTRICT RACE CITY -WIDE RACE MAYOR (Vote for One) CITY COUNCI L DISTRICT 4 _(Yote for One) 1 Julie BROWN Aria Ray GREEN .. Joseph V .GITRO Pam IORIO John DINGFELDER Marion Serious LEWIS DISTRICT RACE CITY -WIDE RACE CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 lY_ote for One) CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 (Vote for Onel Lynette "Tracee JUDGE Rick BARCENA Frank A REDDICK Randy "Red" BARON Thomas SCOTI Denise CHAVEZ DISTRICT RACE Julie JENKINS .. CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6 Gwendolyn "Gwen MILLER _{Vote for One) Joe REDNER Charlie MIRANDA Lisa TAMARGO CITYWIDE RACE CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 DISTRICT RACE (Vote for Onel CITY .COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Shawn HARRISON .. JVote for One) Mary MULHERN Joseph P. CAETANo Frank J. Charles "Charlie" PERKINS IMPORTANT FACTS FOR VOTERS ... Only voters Who registered on or before February 2007 are eligible to vote in this e lection. If you do not have proper Photo and Signature 10, you will be to vote a provisional ballot. Visit our websi t e at www.votehillsborough.org and use the Precinct Finder t o locate your polling place. 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0 C\t N' New Children's Board Chair Is :.E Focused On Making A Difference u.. c a: u.. c z < c (J) w ::: .... > _a: w > w c w :::r:::: (J) :::i m ::: a. z i= w ...J ...J ::: m w z i= z w (J) < c a: 0 ...J u.. It was just recently that Valerie Goddard was appointed as the new chairperson of the Children's Board of Hillsborough County's Board of Directors. She joined the Board in 2002 and wilr assume her new role on March 1, 2007. She is the first African-American to serve as Board Chair. "I am honored to have been appointed to serve as the Chair of tlie Children' s Board, she said while traveling. "My life's work has been -committed to working in various capacities to improve the quality of life of children and families. I believe all children can succeed, regard less of their -economic status, ethnic background or life's circumstances," she further stated. Mrs. Goddard has worked as the Deputy Director of -Child Development for the Department of Defense at Nellis Air Force Base and lAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)386-5730 Former Hillsborough County ProsecutorDeputy Chief The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisement. Before you decide. ask me to send you written information about my qualifications and Attorney Eric T. Taylor ----- CRIMINAL DEFENSE ., AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320.W. Kennedy Blvd. ,Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attomey General for Florida Fonner Hill'iborough County P1osccutor -' The hiring of a la\Vyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements Before you de<.icde, ask to send you free 'Mitten infonnation about our cjualilications and experience. :The Law Offices :: ::-: of :, .. : '. Andrew Shein, P.A> VALERIE GODDARD During her tenure, Mrs. Goddard will not only focus on implementing the Board's 2012 Strategic Plan, but she hopes to focus on increasing the community/citizen awareness of the Children's Board; increasing the capacity of community, faith-based and grassroots organizations that serve the community and help the agency become partners for success. "We recognize that resources are limited, put when we join forces and collaborate to address community prob-lems, we not only maximize developed innovative pro-revenue but we gain from the grams for children with spe-collective wisdom of all cial needs and a support involved," Mrs. Goddard group for the children of explained. Desert Storm. "At the Children's Board, Currently, she serves on we not only have the opporthe Board of Directors for the tun"ity to make a significant National Association of Child impact in improving outCare Professionals as Vice comes for children and famiPresident. She travels exten-lies through the. funding of sively as a keynote speaker, -quality programs and sertrainer and workshop facili. vices in our local community, tator on prevalent early care but also to educate and influand education care issue. ence policymakers, both locally and nationally, to ratify policies that will make a difference in the lives of children and their families," she further explained. For more than 10 years, Mrs. Goddard was the Executive Director of Helping Hand Day Nursery, a non-profit, United Way Agency serving families throughout Tampa. Mrs. Goddard is the wife of Anthony Goddard, and the mother of Avia and Christian. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Ronald (Josephine) Hubbarda _nd granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine Brodie. Also elected to the Board on February 8th were: Judge Katherine Essrig, Vice-Chair; and David Kennedy, Secretary/Trea-surer. f Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or emailed at edi: tor@jlsentineLcom.


ENDORSED BY THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN RE-ELECT IORIO MAYOR OF TAMPA -I .':,'. ) ; :. .Tantpa Voter, Jt, ./ ,_::j Mayot fbU:! ...... : .......... t&ffin{U:idfy collected seven square mile area canbereinvested back into the community. This year we have $5.2 million to reinvest in East There has been $125 million in investment and $31 m1llion in public The property tax base of East Tampa has increased 87%. Work is underway to widen 40th Street. _We ;ust completed the improvements to Lake Avenue from 22nd f:o 29th. We purchased Gene's Bar so that it will no longer be a public nuisance. We have hired detectives to help stop illegal dumping in East Tampa. Rezoning was approved and a partnership established with the Bank of America for the redeveloprrient of CentJ-al Park Village. Crime is down, and there is stronger code enforcement. The District 3 Police Station is under construction. We the Cyrus Recreation Center and the Cuscaden Pool project. We h1re East Tampa teenagers for _summer work with our Clean' City Construction has started _on Fast Lane Clo.thing, a new manufacturing company. Wepartnered with businesses the Bdmont Heights Little League Fields. I We have set aside $1 million for qualified home ow:ners to make improvements to their homes. We have started a $400,000 storefront improvements program for small businesses. Working together; we can bring many more improvements to East Tampa I will continue to make East Tampa a priority-making it safer a place where b_usinesses can thriVe. I woul.d appreCiate your vote on March 6th. Sincerely, 11. .. Pani-lorio .. ,, I Pam Iorio Campaign P. 0. Box 24955 Tampa, FL 33623-4955 813-251-1546 www.pamiorio .com Pol. adverHsement paid for and approved by Pam Iorio for Mayor "T1 ro ::c c :x> fJ) m z ::! z m r-1 Ill c: r rm ::! z "'0 c: aJ c fJ) ::J: m c m iii -{ c: m en c :x> z c "T1 ::D a G') m CJ1 I 0


0 "' LOCAL N' :X: () a: Woman Has Mechanic Arrested For Destroying Her Car c( On January 29th, Leticia :::E Allard needed her car >"' ht: a: he'd used before. The car sat u. at the shop for 9 days, then the mechanic took it to a com pany where it was crushed. c a: u. c z c( That mechanic, Jhe.tor Martinez-Rodriguez. was arrested by Tampa Police and charged with grand theft auto, because he was never authorized to have the car destroyed, and was never in possession of the car's title or a document from the owner giving him permission to have the car crushed. ., HECTOR MARTINEZ:-RODRIGUEZ ... mechanic charged with grand theft auto. "I'm a s,ingle and, 2.ofher. children's now I don t ,have a car. Not birth certificates. only .. my car but "As. far as. the birlh certifiof th.e contents. were cates are concerned; I'm in removed." fear someone may use them Ms. Allard said when the as a form of identity theft car went the shop, it con"I had items in the trunk of tained 3 car seats, clothing, the car and I wasn't' able to jewelry, expensiv_ e audio recove; anything, including Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury c Attorney & Counselor At Law en Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 1-. Tampa, Florida 33618 > (813)269-9706 Fax :(813)960-0641 a: w > w c w :X: en ::::i m ::l a. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ..:. w z i= z w en C 0 ...J u. () I CD w <-' 1l1e hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely up:m advertisinents. Before you decide, ask us to send .. .-. you written information about our qualificatiom and experience. -' Clvii/Pesonal InJury Guardianship PrQbate Wills lmnil51ration &Ill M IPe F. Kemi Ogunebi Attorney at Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, Fl, The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decision that should not be based soiely upon advertlsments Before you declcde, ask us to send you free written Information about our and Felony ADd Misdemeanor Drug Trafficking, Delivery and Possession Murder Attempted Murder. Possession of Firean11s Battery, Aggrevated Battery and Assault Burglary and Theft VOP's and Bond Hearings White Collar Crime DUI and Traffic Offenses Habitual Offenders Practice Also Handles: Wrongful Arrests Juvenile Offenses Wrongful Termination Divorce And Modification Of Child Support Excessive Use of Force by law Enforcement Expu!"gement and Sealing of. Rec;ords -Former Hills. County State Attorney Former Hills. County Sheriff's Deputy 20 Years Of Legal Practice FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATION Convenient Hyde Park Location With Free Parking 602 1/2 South Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33606 813-254-1712 The hinng of a lawyer os an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements Before you dec1de, ask the attorney to send you free written mformation about his qualifications and' expenence the tag." Ms. Allard said she's contacted the company that destroyed her car, and they've offered another car and $1,000. "I turned it down, because they can't give me a car as new as the one they destroyed. I know they were liable, because they should have demanded the proper documentation before destroy ing my car." Allard said she'll. always believe the company WHY? that destroyed her car should be held liable for the contents missing, and is considering civil action against that com pany. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentineL com Frank A. Reddick's Experience And Vision As A -Councilman Is About Getti_ng Results And Not 10 Years Of Promises!. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (Feb. 16, 2007) ((The Board feels Mr. Reddick, who is serving as the in ted in J councilman; has gotten things done in a vety short _time, and deserves some positive ink. We feel he was knowledgeable about the issues and has done a good job as interim .. councilman." *TAMPA TRIBUNE EDITORIAL'(Feb. 18, ?007) ((Reddick is studious and quiet. He doesn't grandstand, but he gets things done. He would make a fine CQuncilman." ... Voters can't go wrong with Reddick, in District 5 : ... (Reddick) has worked to)mprove fordecaqes .. : .LA GACETA (Feb. 23, .. ((Frank Reddick has proven to be a competent, thoughtful city councilman since he was appointed to replace Kevin White. In his short time,. he accomplished'the goal of removing a thorn in the neighborhood's side by having the city buy Gene's Bar, wh,ich was a magnet for drugs violence and trouble. Reddick is prepa red_for public service." :t. .. -More-..... Reddick is the only candidate in D(st. 5 for the ballot by petition. Reddick is the only candidate serving as president of a neigborhood association. -1 Reddick is a proven leader and not_ a showman


. Jeraldine Williams Smith LOCAL King Freshman Nomiliated As National Scholar Attorney-At-Law }:: ANQUENNETI'E SHULER In a letter dated January 30, 2007, Ms. LaNetria Hicks was notified that her daughter, Anquennette Shuler had been nominated to represent the State of Florida as a National Scholar at the 2007 National Young Leaders Conference. The conference will be held in Washington, D.C. this summer. Anquennette said she didl\'t find it diffi cult to stay focused on academics. "I enjoy helping my classmates when I can, and I have done some tutoring. I'm very proud of this honor, and it means a lot to ( me." Ms. Hicks said her daughter has been an "A" student her entire life. "I stress that, and I .try to make it easy for her to stay focused. "Being a single mother, I learned you have to persevere and keep going. It's the only way to be successful." Ms. Hicks said Anquennette wants to attend Spelman College to become a pedi atrican. I love working with children," said Anquennette. The family is looking for sponsors to help finance Anquennette's trip to Washington, D.C. "I've never been to the nation's capitol before, and I'm very excited about the trip." Ms. Hicks said at home, they talk a lot and she noticed right away AnqueJJnette really learning. "I started with her as a small child and stayed on her so she would understand and accept her potential. Now,I come home and find her sleeping with her books on top of -her. She prefers studying than hanging out with her peers, and I try to keep her from being distractea. When it comes to our chil dren, they are dependent on us and I encourage them all to establish careers so they won't have worries later in life." The family attends Jesus New Covenant Church, James B. Crews, pastor. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentineL com. 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone-(813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate Property Criminal Appeals Dear Friends, .. As a life long resident of District 5," I have seen great changes in our District; however, there are more changes needed to help ttUlke our District greater. _As your City Council representative, I wiU be committed to securing the resources District needs to ensure positive growth. FOCUSING ON: Safe Neighborhoods Neighborhood Beautification Safe Affordable Housing Economic Development Infrastructure Improvement" Pa i d Pol. Adv. Paid for and approved by the Lynette 'Tracee" Judge campaign VoTE _MARCH 6 MARION 'SERIOUS' LEWIS MARION SERIOUS LEWIS 26Y EAR VETERAN TPD L I FELONG TAMPA RESIDENT. SAINT L E O -UNIVERSIT Y GRAD UAT E MARRIED FATHE R OF FIVE FoRMER PoLicE CAPTAIN PAsT PRESIDENT -AssociATION oF BLACK LAW, ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS FoR TAMPA MAYOR As your Mayor, I will be a strong advocate to get Tar:np a on track and moving in th e ri ght direction. The poor and middle cl a .ss are b eing price d out of th e city T ampa needs a strate gi c vision that works for the entire city and not the current plan of rubber-stamped developer led growth. Affordable housingmust be a priority in Tampa' s growth management plan. The current, adminstration has adopted the adage, "if the tax payers sent it, we'll spend it. I will property taxes, and provide property owners with meaningful tax relief. Our infrastructure is falling apart. Poor sewage and drainage must be addressed. Improving and m aintaining our roads is critical to get our c itizens safely around town. We need a r egional bus syste m augmented by a light rail system in the future. And finally, our environment, we all need a ciE!an one to live in. I will work-hard to protect the environment for us today and for our generations 1 to come. REDUCE PROP.ERTY TAXE S IMPROVED RoADs MANAGED GROWTH REGIONAL Bus SYSTEM LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM HI-TECH Joa CREAT{ON TECHNOLOGY CORRIDOR ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AFFORDABLE HousiNG PLAN DRAINAGE'IMPROVEMENTS FREE CITYWIDE HI-SPEED INTERNET ACCESS I need your vote to make a dif f e r ence in Tampa t o d a y I am S erious About YOU! VoTELEwis.coM I 813.7 81.7034 Paid Advcrtisc m cnl Paid for by lhc Marion Cumpaian for Mayor. Approve d by Marion Lo wia 3:: )> ::D 0 ::::t N 0 0 ......, 'TI 6 :a 6 > en m z ::! z m r;al c: ... r-g} z "a c: al r-(i) ::::t m c m < m ::D -< -f. c: m CJ) c )> z c ::D 6


c a: LL c z c( c en w :J 1-w > w c w :I: en ::J m :J Q. z w ..J ..J :J m I ...J w z !Z w en a: 0 ..J LL. 0 I co w !: ...:.._. THE HI UE AT" HOWARD W. BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL By CLARENCE JONES What's real Jackets? Welcome back to the return of the Hive at W. Blake, with senior Clarence Jones. Welcome to the second day of March. This is the spot and this is the buzz, now let's see what's happening in the Hive. Jacket Buzz Jackets, the FCAT is finally over! If you're interested in your scores they will be available in May 2007. FCAT Reading and Math retakes will be held Monday and Tuesday! If you need to makeup a test, visit our Guidance Counselor today! Students, Blake High has been placed on "Zero Tolerance" due to the loss of our AP staff for Student Affairs. Skipping and Code Yellows will be taken very serious Students, please .help and follow the rules! New APs arrive Monday! Be aware! Students, the end of the grading period is March 9th. Exams will be administered March 8th and 9th, both days are half days and will have an early release of 12 p. m. Upcoming events: 3/5-6th FCAT Reading and Math Retakes, _3/8-9th Semester Exams, 3ffl FBLA Competitions at Blake. Performing Arts Buzz "Articulate" the exhibit was held in the Hive this past week! rile exhibit was fo. cus. ing on "WORDS" of Art! Special thanks from Mrs. Winston, Arts Coordinator, Blake S.A.s.s,, Poetry and Literature Clubs and all Art students. Upcoming events: 3/25 Spring Film Festival at 7 p m. Unity Assembly Blake's 2007 "THERE'S NO UNITY WITHOUT U &I." Unity Assembly will be held today in the Hive. The Unity Assembly will be focusing on the spreading of Diversity, Uniting Unity, and Implying Respect. Special thanks to Blake Gospel Choir, Negro Natwnal Anthem, Bernard Jackson, Solo Saxophonist, Blake S.A.S.S., the H.W.B. House Band, under the leadership of Mr. McKay. And to all S.A.C. members! "Lift Up The Hive!" Senior Class Buz SAT Prep Classes will be held at Blake tomorrow, March 3rd from 9-10 a. m. The classes will take place on the 3rd Floor. Upcoming Events: 3/9th ACT Deadline. Sports Buzz Jackets, let's play ball! The Blake BB/SB is off and ready to get back on the turn The. BB/SB takes on Robinson tonight at Robinson at 7 p. m.! Please come out to support. The B/G Track and Field track stars will meet at the Nash Higgins Relay tomorrow kicking off at 9 a; m. Shout outs to: VA VA, 0. T. Wilson, Renaldo Muldrow, Lance Diggs and Antonio Newell. Upcoming events: 3/5th Tennis vs. Jefferson at Blake, 3/6th, BB/SB vs. Jefferson at Blake, B/G Track vs. Durant/Armwood at Armwood. Shout Outs Dora, Brittney Jones, Keith, Lady Jay, G. I., Willie Hopps, Duck Man, Kiara Dale, Scooter (Blake), Mrs. Gilliam, Lianishia, Terri Berry, Ericka Burnett, Bu, Levi, Mike, Chris (BG), Ronnie, Linda Reeves (Young Middle) and to the class of 2007. Jackets, that's all from the "Hive" ... and the Buzz for this week. Don't forget the AAU Basketball Extreme Shootout! Get it, got, it, GOOD!. ITS TIME FOR A .STRONG VOI .CE TO. MAKE THINGS BETTER ;. FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. Fighting for Lower Taxes-Your family shouldn't be taxedout of your family home Afford_able Housing -We must demand affordable, high quality, safe housing Safe Neighborhoods-No one should feel unsafe in their home or neighborhood Respect and Compassion -Denis e cares about your community and needs DENISE CHAV E Z AT A GLANCE Three Children 4th Generation Tampan Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from University o f Florida 15 y ears of business experience managing and owning businesses D e v e loped and implemented the Expressive Arts Program at M enta l Health Care, Inc POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY DENISE CHAVEZ, NONPARTISAN FOR TAMPA CITY COUNCIL, DISTRICT 1 1350 South Howard Avenue Tampa, Florida 3-3606 Phone: 251 1 500 Fax: 251 -1578 www .de ni sec h a v ezc ity co un cil.com COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Tampa Independent Business Alliance Hillsborough County Arts Council Junior league of Tampa Sustainer Mental He alth Care; Inc The Tampa Museum Pavilion, Inc. Committee member lowry Park Zoo Gasparilla Sidewalk Arts Festiva l Chairman Easter Seals Guild, President Children's Home, Committee member Corrie Elementary School, PTA, developed and implemented the after school program, the Discovery Club. Nominated for the Eddy Award .Tampa Tech Titans' Territory BY ANGEL NEAL Hey there Titans, now that the big hurdle of FCAT is over it's time to focus bn school work Hope you guys did your best and passed the test. Seniors, with less than 70 days left in our high school career, some of us are getting senioritis (for those who are not familiar with this term it means laziness and the big head that we don't have to do anything because we're seniors). Seniors although senior year is suppose to be the year of fun and excitement, that doesn't mean you can skip school or show up late. School work is still the first priority Tech Talk Congratulations to the, Indian Dance Group for taking first place at the first annual TBT Talent Show brought to us by senior HOSA. Also a shoutout to others who showed a great performance: Caleb's group, Angel, Tara and the awesome rock band, Snook. Titan yearbooks 2006 -2 007 are now on sale. If you are interested in join ing the PTSA, fill out the form that was in the administrative newsletter and return it to Mrs. Carrier in the main office. Anyone can join! We\1; that's the news for this week; till next week stay young and focused. Shoutouts: Happy birthday to Ching, TT, Nae, Mike, and JaRodney. Roar By LA'MECHAMINGO Hey Lion fans! Well, it's been a while and rm back with some news! To start it off, I just want to say.that Stephanie Saffold, you will be truly missed by all. FCAT is now taking place February 26 -March 7, so let's get plenty of rest" and nutritional foods to get the body going! Well, Spring sports are now in session. Baseball holds a record of 3-1. Let's take it to the ship this time boys! I want to give recognition to some of the baseball players: James "Theo" King, Nick Oterling, Hector Torres and Travis Reynolds. Good luck guys! Also, Lady Lions softball holds a record of 1-3. Don't give up ladies, we've got it! I just want to give a special thanks to Coach Franklin, Coach Houlb and Coach Tarte. Attention all seniors! Time is winding down and if you haven't applied to any col leges, please do so ... also congrats to all seniors who were accepted into a college! Class of '07, it's almost that time! May 15 will be last day, followed by graduation May 24 at 3 p. m. Also seniors mark down the dates for our upcoming class If you don't have the dates see Mr. Iiartwig our class spon.sor in Room 316. So, class of '07, are you ready for Prom? Well,' I am! April 21st is King's prom. I will have additional information in March. Until then, stay tuned ... 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POLK COUNTY NEWS Lakeland PAL Unveils. New Bus One of the reasons Lakeland is such a great city is due to the tremendous support provided by local organizations to meet various community needs. As a result of that support, the Lakeland Police Athletic League was able to unveil their new bus recently at ceremonies held at Simpson Park. ,Special guests included Mr. L. B. Scott, State of Florida Executive Director of PAL, and Mr. Lerric Boyd, National PAL President. The Lakeland-PAL program serves nearly 1,000 youth in various sports programs, such as football, base ball and cheerleading, men-toring, after-school tutoring and computer training programs. The program is staffed by two police officers, over 100 volm:iteers, and an executive director The program was in desperate need of reliable transportation to get children from various schools to after school tutoring and computer programs at Simpson Park. That need was filled due to many local organizations including, Lakeland Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, North America Communities Foundations, Inc. Clara Warsaw Fund Advisory Council, Community Emergency Response Team, HSBC, Team Hammer Screen Printing, Superior Screen Printing, Publix Super-market Charities, Ms. Barbara Hart, Neighbor-hood Association Coalition, Belks of Lakeland, and Phantom Graphics. Additional financial supporters include the City of Lakeland and the Police Department. The bus seats 28 passengers, which now provides the much needed transportation to get children to and from the various PAL activities in Lakeland and around the state. It is wrapped with colorful graphics that depict Lakeland PAL members par" ticipating in a wide range of pro_gram activities. A 12-passnger van is also on order and should arrive for service (L-R) Janice Williams, Janet -LaFond, Catherine Diane Palmer, Christine Davis, Martha Wood and Mickey Edgar. These ladies are members of local organizations including Neighborhood Association Coalition; City of Lakeland and the Police Department. State PAL Executive Director L. B .. Scott, Officer Greg Hardee, Officer Jamey Henderson, (Past) Lakeland PAL Executive Director, Sgt. James Roberts, and State PAL President Lerric Boyd. (Front Row) Lance Johnson, Jarneisha Barnes, Devonte Tillman, Tyson Henderson, Crystal Wilson, Brierra Edmondo; and Trey Simmons. (Back Row) State PAL President Lerric Boyd, State PAL Executive Director, L. B. Scott_and Officer Greg Hardee. Lt. John Thompson, LPD and Hawthorne Asst. to the City Manger, City of Lakeland. (Front Row) Officer Jamey Henderson, Devonte Tillman, Tyson Henderson, Lance Johnson, Trey Simmons and Jarneisha Barnes. (Back Row) Deandre Wilson, J. R. Freeman, Officer Greg Hardee, Brierra Edmonds, Juaneisha Barnes and J arneisha Barnes. GIBBS& P.A. Attorneys At Law (813) 975-4444 1-soo .. 711-5452 NEWT; L PERSONAL INJURY THOMAS E. Esq AND WRONGFUL DEATH Auto, Truck J\tlotorcycle or Boat Accidents. Slip and Falls, Nursing Home Neglect or Med. J\tlalpractice. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES Our Firm Is Rated "AV" By Martindale-Hubbell, The Highest Rating For Legal Ability And Eth!cal Standard, Worldwide. The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisemenL Before you decide, ask to send you FREE written information about our IJUalifications and experience. "TT JJ c "):lo s: )> JJ (") ::::t N 0 0 ....... ;g G> m .... .... I 0


POLK COUNTY NEWS c a: .u.. c z c( c U) w :::;) ..... i;: w > w c w U) :::J ID :::;) Q. z ti -1 -1 :::;, ID ..J w z i= z w U) g a: 0 -1 Ll. Gabbing 1Nith Gloria March Celebrants Happy birthday to the following March celebrants. 2007 Spring -Greener, fresher and lovelier each year. The flower for the month is the JonquU and the birthstone is the Aquamarine. Birthdays are a blessing from God. Happy birthday wishes go out to: Mrs. Jeanette Clemons, a Rochelle grad (1955) who's at-Tandem Nursing I Rehabilitation Center; and Mr. Dwight Melise Watson, Master Barber I Owner Of Anointed _Cuts By Dwight. NewMt.Zion M.B.Church Dr. Joe S. Hardie, Pastor and Sen1:inel supporter and members send birthday accolades to: James Scott, l)orothy Davis, Edna Mitchell,' Rose T -aylor, Dea. Joe Hayes and Evelyn Tomlin. ... -1209 Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 was a victim to burglary on January 2, 2007. The program is mandated to serve victims of crime in the following categories: Adult Victims of Sexual Assault; Aggravated Battery, Arson, Auto Theft, Burglary, Child Victims of Physical Abuse, Child Victims of Sexual Assault, DUI Classes, Elderly Abuse, False Imprisonment, Home Invasion, Homicide, Kidnapping, Larceny, .Robbery, Simple Battery, Stalking and several other wmamed types of crimes Program function areas are: Call-Out Response Program-24/7, Court Support Program, Phone Contact/Mail Contact, Referral Program, Training Support Program, Victim Compensation Claim Program and Victim Support Group. Types of services to victims of crime and/or their survivors as follows: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week availabi1-ity of staff or volunteers to New Church go to the crime scene, hospiA couple of members celetal or other designated brating their natal days are: points ; Crisis Intervention -Valda H. Browning and at the crime scene/hospital, Master Rapheal Davis. Assistance in completing Other birthday celebrants restitution requests, Child are: Mr. James City care for court appearances of Lakeland, and Mrs. Ida related to initial victimizaJohnson, Coleman Bush tion, Court escort, Criminal Boosters. court orientation, .. Greater St. Paul N. S. Sanders, Pastor, and congregation extend birthday greetings to: Joe Stanley, Martha Cooper (Past President of Coleman Bush Boosters, Inc.), Thaddeus Speed,:. Willie Mae Hargrett, Sulene Ponciexter, Rosa Lee Johnson and Mrs." Janie Jones, celebrating her 90 something birthday on 3/25/07 Victim Assistance Program In 1992, the Lakeland P?lice Department established the Victim AsSistance Program to assis t crime victims and theirfamilies to regain a leve l of normalcy enjoyed by them prior to their tragedy, and to ensure compliance with the Florida Victim/Witness Rights laws. Transportation for services related to the initial ization, Assistance in filing Yictim compensation claims, Assistance with property return, Assistance with property repair, Assistance. with hindlord, employers or schools, Accompaniment to line-ups, interviews and photo pack review, Emergency financial assistance, Body identification and death notification. 123rd Church Anniversary On Sunday, February 25, 2007, First Baptis t Institutional Church held two services to commemo. rate their 123rd. Church Anniversary. The Pastor is Rev. Alex Harper, Sr. The theme w as: "Making Christ Top Priority." Matthew 6:33. 0 Th e program to date has 40 I The 10:45 a. m. service was as follows : Devotion Deacons and Praise Team, Processional, Doxology, Theme S ong-Christ Is All, Worship In Song-Choir, N volUilteers ,.. w Unfortunately, yours truly, Gloria Jennings, a.; Scripture Minister; Rentz, Pastor, Teacher, Announcements and Preacher, husband, father, Welcome-Sis. Linda Silas, brother, grandfather, friend In Memorial, Tithes and and most of all a child of Offering -Deaconess and God. Trustees, Worship in Song-The celebration was as fol Choir, Presentation of Guest lows: Master of Ceremony -Minister -Rev. Alex Min. Louis L. Rentz (son), Harper, Sr., Consecration Opening Song -Blessed Hymn Choir and Assurance (favorite hymn), Congregation, Gospel Prayer .Rev. Howard Message -Rev. G. I. Clarke, Scripture, John Bradley (Providence 14:1-4 -Rev. Joe Rentz Baptist Church, Palmetto, (brother), Welcome(daugh-FL), Invitation to ter-in-law) Deborah Rentz, Discipleship, Intercessory Song -(granddaughter) Prayer, Remarks -Rev. Paula Patterson, It's Your Alex Harper, Sr., and the Time," Tribute from Benediction and Grace Children -Chris, Verleen, Rev. G. I. Bradley. Pat, Vett, Eddie and The 3:30 p m. service was Patricia Ann, Tribute from as follows: Devotion -Guest Sisters/Brothers, Daughter Deacons, Theme Song -and Daughter-In-Law Christ Is All, Welcome and Estella McCray; Games Occasion -Sis. Shamekia and Prizes -Gloria Davis Davis, Theme Address -and Deborah Rentz, Sister Paula Ball, Blessing -Min. Louis L. Presentation of Guest Rentz, Dinner Is Being Church New Jerusalem M. Served -Leroy Selmon, B. Church, of Lakeland, Presentations Thru The Rev. Jimmie Downing, Years, (grandson) Stanley. Pastor -by Rev. Alex _Joseph, Tribute from the Harper, Sr. Church Blessed Hope M. B. Surprise Party A surprise birthday party was held for Rev. Dr. Louis Church -Sis. McMillian, Tribute from the College, Blessed Hope Bible College -Min. Eddie C. Watkins, Games & Prizes -Gloria Davis and Deborah Rentz, Closing Remarks -Rev. Louis Rentz and Sister Polly Rentz. 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0 i: LL. 0 -z c( 0 UJ w ::::: t->-.Q: w > w 0 w ::I: UJ :::i m ::::: 0.. z w ..J ..J ::::: m ..J w z z w UJ c( 0 Q: 0 ..J LL. (..) I CD .... w C) as-sifie A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00a.m., March 23, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Continued Petition VAR 07-0546-ER, Jessica Gould is requesting a Var i ance to the accessory dwelling requirements for property located at 940 Charlie Griffin Rd., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 07-0547-USF, Jason Hamilton is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 1 5007 Deer Meadow Dr., zoned PD. Petition VAR 07-0548-RV, Luis Miron-Torres is requesting a Variance to the accessory dwelling requirements for property located at 12410 Elnora Dr: zoned AS-1. 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) working days after the conclusion the public hearing. Petition VAR 07-0549-LU, Timothy H Powell is requesting a Variance to the wetland setback and to the height requirements for .. property located NE comer of Van Dyke Rd & Calusa Trace Blvd., 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 zoned PD-MU P etition VAR-07-0550-ER, Gabriei Homes, Inc. is request i ng a to the wetland setback and easement requirements for property located W/S of Cork Rd. 1,000 S/0 Sam Allen Rd., zoned ASC-1. PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM Petition VAR 07-0551-CW, ANKI Enterprises is requesting a RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL Var i ance to the FAR requirements for property located at 12208 N THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH Florida Ave., zoned CG. SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. These petitions will be heard beginning at 9:00 a.m.: VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 07-0254-VR, Beverly B & Jacqueline J. Patterson are requesting Variances to allow easement in Urban Development Area, easement to serve four lots and three lots on septic for property located at 2706 Ranch Rd., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR.07-0467-TNC, Stephen B. Ransom is requesting a Varianee to the setback requirements for property located at 5926 Yorkshire Rd. zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0470-TNC. lsmael Tavarez is requesting Variances to the setback requirements and rear yard coverage for property located at 5919 George Rd ., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 07 -0498-TNC, Niurys Aguilar is requesting a Variance to the assisted living facility requirements for property located 6517 Johns Rd., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0503-ER, Phillip Baird is requesting a Variance to the flaglot requirements for property located at 3004 Young Rd., zo ned RSC-4 (MH) Petition VAR 07-0512 TNC, George D. Leon is requesting a Variance to the setback req(Jirements for property located at 5905 Yorkshire Rd., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0516SR, Shafiq Mohammad Chaudhry is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements tor property located at 11211 Lithia Pinecrest Rd., z on ed C N & AS-1. Petition VAR 07 0519-CW, Albert C. & Charlotte R. Blackburn are requesting a Variance to the fencing requirements for property l oca t ed at 13315 Lake George Place, zoned PO-H. Petition VAR 07 -0520-TNC, Ronald J & Heather L. Dial are requestin g a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6739 Twelve Oaks Blvd., zoned Petition .VAR 07 0537 EGL N es tor E. Pradera is requesting a Variance to the setback. requirements for property located 6910 N Gra dy Ave., RSC -9. Petition VAR 07-0539-TH, Tony C(!lemanis requesting a Variance to the buffer & screening requirements for property located at 11301 N. U S. Hwy 301; zoned Petition VAR 07 0543 -BR, Eleonora Pierre is requesting a V ariance to the assisted living facility requirements for property locat e d at 118 Mitch e ll Or., zoned RSC-6 -. Petition VAR 07-0554-RV, Petrona Galo is requesting Variances to the easement and utility requirements for property located at 10924 5th St., zoned RSC-2 Petition VAR 07-0561-SS, Betty Hartshorn is requesting a Variance to the setbaCk and lot size requirements for property located at 3103 Hillsborough Lane, zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 07-0698-RV, Lloyd E & Despina E. Greene are requesting a Variance to an easement in the Urban Development A rea for property located at SIS of Winn Rd., 650' W/0 Potts Rd., zoned ASC-1 Petition VAR 070715-LU, Engelhardt, Hammer & Assoc., Inc. is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for prop e rty located at E/S of N. Dale Mabry Hwy., 600' SW of Wilson Circle, zoned ASC-1 These petitions will be heard beginning at 1:30 p.m.: SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 07-0221 NWH (AB), filed on 11/1412006 by SZM, I nc represented by Mark Bentley, Esq GrayRobinson P.A., 201 N. Franklin St., #2200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-273-5041, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-CoP:Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed pr' emises (package sales). Presently zoned PD-MU (92-106), located in all or parts of Section 15 Township 28 Range 17, 9524 W Linebaugh Ave Contains 2,349.4 sq.ft. Petition SU 07-0523-RV (AB), filed on 1112/2007 by MTN Boyette Partners, LLC, represented by Pressman & Associates, Inc., of 28870 U.S. Hwy. 19 N #300 ,-Ciea rwater, FL 33761, ph 727-726 8683, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-RX Beer wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. _Presently zoned PO (88237) & (03 976), located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 30 Range 20, 200' N/0 Boyette Rd., 900' W/0 Bell Shoals Rd. Contains 13,993 sq.ft : Petition SU 07-0524-RV (AB), filed on 1112/2007 by MTN Boyette Partners, LLC, represented by Pressman & Associates, Inc of 28870 U.S. Hwy."19 N., #300 Clearwater, FL 33761, ph 727 726 8683, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP -RX Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. Presently zoned POe (88-237), located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 30 Range 20, 200' N/0 Boyette Rd., 800' W/0 Bell Shoals Rd Contains 13,993 sq. ft Petition SU 07 0553 -RU (AB), filed on 1/23/2007 by The Guin t a Group, Ltd., represented by Mark Bentley, E sq., of 201 N Frank lin St. #2200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-273-5041, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 3-PS-Beer, wine !'lnd liquor to be sol d in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales) Presently zoned CG, located in all or parts of Sec tion 5 Township 32 Range 19, 10 23 N. U.S. Hwy. 41. Con tain s 1,200 sq ft s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 97430 Case ID: 98-DP-2173 DIVISIONS IN THE INTEREST OF: MERZIER, Dominique (dob 01-30-1998) MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL. TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Michel Fils Merzier (Fat her) Residence/Whereabouts Unknown YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental R i ghts has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judic ial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parenta l rights and permanent commit ment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 17th day of April, 2007, at 10:30 a m., .before the Honorable Monica L. Sierra, at the Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, 4th Floor, Courtroom #400, Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, -why parental rights shall not be t erminated and said child shall not be permanently commit ted to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entit led to be represented by an attorney at thi s pro ceeding. Dated this 27 th day of Fe bruary, 2007. PAT FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court ... By : /s/ LINDA LEPELLETIER DEPUTY CLERK _, -.


(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 INVITATION TO SEALED BID Tampa Bay Water, A Regional Water Supply Authority (Tampa Bay Water), is requesting written sealed bids from vendors who are able to provide Well Abandonment, Pipe Removal and Site Restoration Services, Contract No. 2007-046, according to Tampa Bay Water's specifications. Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by Tampa Bay Water and bids will be received until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, March 16, 2007, at our Clearwater office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, Florida 33763-1102, at which time the sealed bid will be opened. Specifications and may be obtained at Tampa Bay Water's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, Florida 33763-11 02 or by contacting Tommy Brown at (727) 796-2355. A Pre-bid Conference will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 5, 2007 at the Tampa Bay Water Cypress Creek Regional Operations Center located at 8865 Pump Station Road, Land 0' Lakes, Florida 34639. Attendance at the Conference is mandatory for all prospective bidders. Bid Security in the amount of five percent (5%) of the proposed total contract price of the Bid submitted must accompany each Proposal in accordance with the Instructions to Vendors. LANDSCAPE, HARDSCAPE & AESTHETIC LIGHTING MAINTENANCE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION-BASED PRICE PROPOSAL TAMPA-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY EXPRESSWAY AUTHORITY The Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority ("Authority") requests qualification-based price proposals ("RFP") from qualified firms to perform Landscape, Hardscape, and Aesthetic Lighting Maintenance activities (the "Project") for the Authority's Brandon Parkway and Meridian Avenue Gateways. Interested firms must have an established reputation for experience, reliability and ability to provide services as required. -Firms wishing to be considered shall submft a sealed price proposal package consisting of one (1) and nine (9) copies of their .proposal and one CD copy by mail or hand delivery to the Authority at 1104 East Twiggs Street, Suite #300, Tampa, Florida 33602 by 12: 00 noonon April 12, 2007, subject to any extension of the deadline as provided for in this request. This Project is subject' to the' Authority's Small Business Enterprise (SBE) policy, which strongly encourages the solici tation and utilization of SBE firms and requires nondiscrimina tion on the basis of race, color, sex and national origin 'in its employment a'ld contracting practices : For a copy of the SBE Pol icy or information regarding SBE certification, please see the Authority's or call the Authority's SBE consultant at 813-207-0003. The RFP package, which provides additional instructions, scope of work, schedule of events, and other information related to the project is available on the Authority's website EGAL NOTICES HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 9:00 A.M. if not claimed by the rightful owner thereof. Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa, Florida. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sold to the highest bidder: DATE IMP# YEAR MAKE VIN# ABANDONED 45125 2001 Honda Civic 1 HGEM22921 L013058 01/01/06 45515 1989 Nissan Maxima JN1HJ01P7KT220252 07/03/06 45543 1992 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup 1 GCCS 14R8N8222557 06/10/06 45568 1986 Chevrolet Cavalier 1G1JC35P5G7165961 06/19/06 45569 1997 Plymouth 1P3EJ46C2VN705050 06/21/06 45572 1992 Chevy 2G1WP14XON9120082 08/10/06 45581 2003 Honda Motorcycle JH2RC44553M7057.50 07107106 46501 1993 Buick Century 1 G4AG55NOP6441762 07/13/06 45593 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix 1 G2WJ 12MOTF229118 07/23/06 46513 1997 Nissan Sentra 3N1AB41D4VL034334 08/01/06 46522 1988 Chevy 1G1AW51W7 J6198943 09/29/06 46528 1992 Buick LeSabre 1 G4HP53L4NH411 049 08/16/06 46541 1982 Datsun 1 HZ06S3CX427687 08/19/06 46543 1990 Mitsubishi Galant JA3CR56V8LZ000488 08/23/06 46547 1998 Ford 3FAFP1137WR172531 10/15/06 2004 1988 Honda 2HGCA5639JH507969 01/01/04 46560 1996 Dodge Neon 3B3ES47C2TT264479 09/19/06 '46600 2000 Ford Focus 1FAFP3839YW184150 10/08/06 46008 1992 Subaru SVX JF1CX3530NH102300 10/18/06 46007 1995 Mitsubishi Montero JA4MR41 HXSJ005698 10/18/06 44773 1985 Honda Prelude JHMAB522XFC067 494 10/21/05 The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., r eserves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any t_ime and to reject any or all bids. Vehicles w ill be sold "AS IS AND WITHOUT A N Y COV ENANTS OR W ARRANTY O R OTHERWISE O N THE PART'OF THE HILLSBOROUGH CO.UNTY AVIATION AUTHO RITY/TAMPA MACHINERY A UCTION, INC. Vehicles Will be on .display from 7:30A.M. to 9:00A.M. on the day of sale. Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Linda Jetton at 813/870-7855 no l ater 2:00PM on the Friday, March 9, 2007, or the Tampa Machiner'f Auction at 813/986-2485 on Saturday, 10th, before 9:00A.M ... ... Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Avenue,. Tampa, Florida, and in the Administrative Office l obby areas on the third floor of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Service Building at Tampa Airport, W. Spruce Street, Tampa, Florida. Louis E. 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,... 0 0 N (813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) :I: 0 0::: c( INVITATION TO BID ::E >.;' C( Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, C Special Acts, Laws of Flor i da, ff: sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: '' c a: LL. c z c( >C( C C/) w ;:::::) .... > .0::: w c w :I: C/) ::; lXI ;:::::) a. 2:30 PM ON 3/9/07 FORD EXPEDITION SSV, SPEC. NO. 69-07 2:30 PM ON 3/13/07 COLD MILLING OF EXISTING ASPHALTIC CONCRETE ROADWAYS 3:00PM ON 3/13/07 LOW CAB FORWARD TRUCK WITH CARGO BODY, SPEC. NO. 29-07 then and thereafter to be public:;ly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). i .. It is hereby made a part of this Invitation for Bid .that the submission of any. Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 3/2107 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 z t= w ...J ...J ;:::::) lXI ...J w z t= z w Cl) 0::: 0 ...J LL 0 I 00 'I"" Teaching Positions Creative, compassionate, and dedicated teachers are needed to empower lowperforming high school students to succe'ed rn a non traditi onal learning program in Tainpa. Students want a Math Reading, Language Arts, and Exceptional Ed : teachers who can inspire them in an intensive, small class size learning. V al id Florida teaching certificate required or commitment to obtain certificate Full-time position w/ benefits. Teacher Aide Position Full-time teacher aide position is available. Must have high school diploma and experience working with youth. Email resume To: ican_cec@yahoo.com Or Fax To: (813) 849-5597 Fax Your Ads 24 HRS To (813) 248-9218 LEGAL Contracting & Procurement RFP# FY2006-61 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR AUTOMOBILE/FLEET INSURANCE COVERAGE In accordance with the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-1, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) formally request competitive proposals from licensed, qualified, responsible firms interested in providing Automobile/Fleet Insurance Coverage. Proposals shall be received until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Monday, March 12. 2007 at 1529 W Main St, Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607. Proposals received after this date and time will be rejected. .: Copies of this Request for Proposal are available electronically by contacting the Contracting Office at 813-253-0551, ext 317 or by pick-up at the above mentioned address. 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'The University of South Florida is one of America's leading national rcsean:h institutions and the ninth largest university in the nation with campuses duoughoot the GRatqTampa Bay regioiL We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan optiolls, tuition program. generous programs, career advancement and more! COORDINATOR l{{}).\.iAN SERVICES (KINSIUP NAVIGATOR) #15060, School of Social Work F1orida Kinship Center. Administer the Kinship Navigator program which includes connecting kinship caregivers to resources in the community, developing relationships with community agencies, marketing this program and coUecting data regarding the effectiveness of the program in Hillsborough County. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in Social Work or related field and two years experience in human services. PREFER master's degree in Social Work or related field and two years expepence in iluman services. Fluency in Spanish a plus. 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