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... -.. ... 62 Years In The Bay Area t -----1 Wee end Shoo -tings Leave 2 e Dead SEE STORIES ON PAGE 23 INSIDE THIS EDITION Residents Say 'No' TO Townhouses SEE PAGE 3 Health Fair Plan1ned For East Tampa SEE PAGE 9 Fraternity Hosts Forums For Males SEE PAGE 10 Driver Charged In Fatal Accident SEE PAGE 2 ARCHITECTURE BUILDING NAMED FOR DR. SMITH Numerous Tampans were among those whotraveled to Tallahassee to witness the Building Naming Ceremonies at Florida A & M University. Four were named during the ceremonies. The Agriculture Building was named m honor of Dr. Walter L. Smith, left, the 7th President of FAMU. The Honorable AI Lawson, right, State Senator, District 6, presented the Legislative Act naming the bulldlng In honor of Dr. Smith. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::::i ID ::::) D. z iii ...I ...I ::::) ID ..:.. w z ;:::: z w en a: 0 ...I LL FEATURES Driver Charged.ln Ki.lled Teenager bn Christmas Eve a 16-year-old youth died from -.injuries sustainef;i in an auto mobile accident The driver of the other vehicle reportedly fled the scene on (oot, leaving the car. behiQd. -. However, last Wednesday, -Tampa-. Police ..... charged Cornie Antwana 22, with leaving the scene of an accident involving a death. Ricardo Roman was killed in the crash. . Ms. Andrea Davis, spokes person for the Tampa Police Department said Johnson admitted to being the driver of the borrowed vehicle She further stated that Johnson was identified through personal items left inside the vehicle. Johnson was in the Hillsborough County Jail on unrelated charges at the time. He is currently being held without bond. Roman was a passenger in the vehicle-driven by his mother, Ms. Leticia Roman. His cousin, 4-year-old Casey CORNIEANIWANA JOHNSON ... Charged With Leaving The Scene Of An Accident Roman, was also a passenger in the vehicle: They were at the interse14tion of N. Florida Avenue and E. Floribraska when the accident took place. The driver is alleged to have jumped out of the vehicle and fled. Police impounded the vehicle, which Johnson had reportedly borrowed. RICARDO ROMAN ... Died in Chrisbnas Eve Hit And Run Accident The Roman family was transported to St; Joseph's Hospital, where Ricardo, known as "Ricky," was pronounced dead. Ms. Roman and Casey were treated and released. At the time of the accident, Roman's aunt, Ms. Kimberly Fernandez came to the Sentinel to issue an appeal for the suspect to sur render to police. She said, "You spent Christmas Eve with your family, but my sister spent Christmas Eve at the hospi tal. You spent Christmas with your family. While you were home enjoying Christmas with your family, my sister was mourning the loss of her son." 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 Ricky was a native of Tampa -and a junior-at Hillsborough High School at the time of h .is death. His family SQ.id he erijoyed playing video games and planned to attend a Culinary Arts School after graduation to be come a Chef. r--.-Tampa, FL 33602 He was Ms. Roman's only child. Phone #: (813) 223-3900 Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com. CONGRATULATIONS 2007 GRADUATES -High school or college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves Sol Davis Printing c:an help your invitations easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations, envelopes and name cards all for one low price . : .and includes a photo of the graduate. With your choice from several cover designs and vers e s, and p e rsonalized with your photo your invitations can be as special as your ac. compli,shments. Call or visit Sol Davis Printing today .... for h ig h qualitY invitations with fast, service 5205 N Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Phone: 813 353,3609 I Mother Faces Charges For Encouraging -Fight On Bus A 26-year-old Tampa mother is accus(ld of getting onto a Hillsborough County School bus and allegedly orde'ring her daughter to attack another child.' The took place. at the . corner :of 17th Avenue and 25th :Street, aboard a bus eri route '-.'to Booker T W ii-shiitgton Elementary Schoo) . ; -According to police, Ms. Shayla A. Muldrow allegedly entered the school bus around 7:30a.m., Friday to determine the identity of the child her 9-year-old daughter had foughtwith the day before. Once SHAYIAA. MULDROW ... faces misdemeanor charges; this photo is _from a 2005 atTest. other child was identified, part of the case. It will not Ms. Muldrow allegedly become public'until after the ordered her daughter to fight case is closed. the other child,-who is 10-"I didn't see the video, but years-old. I was told by the officer that The driver reportedly it. was pretty violent. asked Ms. Muldrow to Towards the end, the girl's leave the bus,' but she sister also got into the fight." refused. The driver then Ms. Davis said the depart-called the police. ment is not planning on fit-There were no injuries as a ing criminal charges against result of the fight. Police the girls. said parts of the incident Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokeswere captured o n the bus for the Hillsborough video. Ms. Muldrow .was County School District, said charged with battery, con-the school will discipline the tributing to the delinquency 9-year-old girl. But she could of a minor, and trespassing. not discuss the disciplinary All three charges are misde-action that will be taken. meanors and she was The 9-year-old did not attend released at the scene on her school on Friday. own recognizance. The investigating officers Ms. Andrea Davis, attempted to contact the spokesperson for the Tampa mother of the 10-year-old., Police Department said the but were unab:te to make video has t>een forwarded to contact. The officers. reportthe Hillsborough County edly left a message for the State Attorney's Office as child's mother, police said. CRIMINAL LAW .221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. The Hlrlnq 01 n Iawve r lsAnlmportaniOeclslon Thai Should HOI Be Based Solely Upon Atlverbsemenls. Before Von OecltlP Ask Thr.lnwvrr Tp SP.nll V o n Free fnformallon Abo !II Thm Qnallltr.allons Qntl hoenenr e

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FEATURE -f c: m C/) c Community Says 'No' To Proposed Town Home Project 3: )> ::0 (") ::::t sn N 0 0 ...... After getting supp ort from the various East Tampa asso. ciations, developer Navpreet Randhawa was confident his proposed town home and con dominium project only needed the approval of Tampa's City Council. However, after a petition was passed around the community, the project has been put on hold. Randhawa purchased 'land in the 1900 block of East Palifox to build a gated complex that would contain 32, 1,300 square feet town homes. He. paid $300,000 for 3.6 acres. AI Barnes, whose backyard would be exposed to the pro posed townhomes, started cir culating a petition among his neighbors, and said at least, 75% of them sigried it. "We don't appreciate them putting these buildings practically in our . backyard. I've lived here 36 years and wanted to buy the property behind me. When I was told I couldn't remove any of the trees, I decic;led it should stay as it is." Barnes said they aren't against progress, but they fear the proposed project may not sell out all of the units as expected. "We fear the wrong people SAM KINSEY will move in and cause prob lems in our quiet community. We have a right to stand up for what we believe in. We fear our taxes would go through the roof and a water collection a r e a will have to be put in, creating a mosquito problem we don't need. This is not the place to put this kind of development. There are only single-family homes in this community, and that's what.we would like to see more of." East Tampa Partnership Chairman Sam Kinsey said he understands some residents are opposed to the pro ject. "The news I get is they fear the units could be converted HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A WeN You Hurtt NMd A Good Doctor And Someone Who Will Properfr Doannent Your C.S.t Need Your Car Axedl NMd A Ride To The Doctor! Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Answered YES To Any Of Thes. Questions, Then You Need To Call Me Now .. Having Been In S everal Accidents Mnelf. I Know Jus t What T o Do To Get The Best Results For Vou"ll Before You Sign Up With Anrune Ebe, Cell He. Hr Se rvices Are FREE And Cen Help KP You From Hllkfna A Coslb Mistake ED JOHNSO N to Section s housing if they don't sell. "With any development, there will be an impact with property taxes. I think the increase. makes communities more desirable." Mr. Kinsey said he hasn't had an opportunity to meet with the residents. "We want to get the resiqents with the developer in an open discussion to address their concerns and see if a compromise can be reached. Affordable housing is a dire need in East Tampa, and that's what we want to see. FRANK REDDICK "We want all of the families in the area to sit down with us _and the developer so we can develop a win-win situation for everyone." East Tampa Redevelopment Manager Ed Johnson said he feels more dialogue is needed between Mr. Barnes and the developer. "A 60-day redress was requested and granted by the City Council to look over the issue again. We will return April 26 before City Council and I think things will even tually be worked out." Interim Councilman ALBARNES F r a n k Reddick confirmed that his colleagues decided to delay any decision on the project until the issues can be resolved. "The major concern is the townhomes aren't needed in a single family area. They were "T1 also concerned about the trees b being removed, and I share :!! that concern." g Mr. Randhawa is out of the country and couldn't be reached for comment. !!j Reporter Leon B. Crews z can be reached at (813) m 248-0724, or e-mailed at 6; leon@jlsentineLcom. c: r r-gf z "'0 c: m r c;; % m c m < m An Experienced Leader With Vision And Results! -f c: m en c )> z c Thomas Scott ... e Sp ear head e d E a s t Tampa redeve l opment, bringing in ov e r $5 million annually t o th e community C ham pioned the 40th St ree t B ridg e Project with $8.8 million to reduce congestion and improve safety Obta in e d $250,000 for the N FL YET. Center, improving the qu a lity of life for children and yout h in the community Florida t bllne ::0 c I C) Pol. pd. adv approved by Thom as Scott, Ta mpa City Council, Dist. 5 m .. ______ -------.-----------------------------------------------------------------T .Cfl ,.. .

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c -c: LL c z ffi > w c w :::z::: U) Ill ;:) 0. z i= w ...1 ...1 ;:) Ill I ...1 w z i= z w U) C a: g LL EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINE L (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st Avenue TarT4Ja Florida 33805 (8t3) 246-1921 Publbhed Every Tuesday a nd Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper PU:>lisher.1 Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishtm, Inc., New York. C 1990 -94 CP Timelntemational POSTMASTER ; S end Addtosa To: Florldl Sentin el Bulletin, P.O. Box 3383 Tim,_, F L 33ao1 PeriodicaJ Postage Paid At T llfT1lll, Fl .. W.W Andrews 1874 (1919) c Blythe Andrews 1D01n (11145) Founder C BLYTHE ANDREWS JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, ED I TOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERT1SINO DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptlons$44 .DO-Per Year Both Editions: $87. 00.Per Year One Edition .. Opinions expressed on edllorial pagea of thi s newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editoria l stance of ; The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. State On Black Men Underfunded! year, we commended Rep. Frank Peterman introducing legislation that established the Council on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys. It was designed to study and issue strategies for improving the status of Black men. Senator Frederica Wilson of. Miami co-sponsored 'the legislation. Rep. Peterman's life experiences and the death of young Black men with whom he grew up, influenced his decision to introduce the legislation. Sen. Wilson's life experiences with the Dade County School System, and her work with the 500 Role Models Program in Miami, probably motivated her to co-sponsor the legislation. The Council has been organized, and held its first meeting last week. Attacking the problems of high I . (Series) I acial injustice is pro rooted in every aspect of political and economic life in this nation. This is true especially, .. .in all things that' are purely infamous words were. spoken' by the Black educator; Booker T. Washington in Atlanta in 1895, on the heels of the "Plessy vs. Fe .rguson" Supreme Court case condoning racial segregation in this nation. Actually, the Civil War has not really .ended in many . cities and counties of the Old South. As long as portraits and political symbols and fashioned in the faces of Black people, especially Black and white generations, those unreported hangings, such symbols are in court-: sometimes two or three a day houses, city and county gov-in the South. Washington ernment halls, and was trying to beg for domes. places of public business, the tic then challenged by racism will continue
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c: .-"' m I I I I I -I I S: The Sentinel Editorial Board has conducted_ : interviews over the last several weeks. The candtdates were I ::r: asked questions appropriate for the office they are seeking. I !". Whether or not you agree with our choices, we I -N our readers to VOTE on March 6, 2007. I 8 I nearly 15 years, I officials. concerns Mayor Of Tampa Pam Iorio with Senator Those are some serious In order to make the I ,.,.._..,.,.&""J "Les" Miller to accusations that call for some Caucus work, Blacks on the : try to form a local Black immediate action on the part county commission, Blacks on City Council Dist. 1 Gwen Miller City Council Dist. 2 ... . Mary Mulhern CitY Council Dist. 4 Julie Brown ... City Council District 5 Rev. Thomas Scott City Council Dist. 6 Charlie Miranda I City Council Dist. 7 1 . No Recommendation I we finalize our young Black Americans even : month-long celebration decipher the acronym, of culture, tradition NAAC.J:'? "Gordon says that and heritage, what next? Do while the NAACP is an advoour 'young know any more cacy organization, it needs to than they did before we start-be more focused on service ed 30-day walk, dan2e and finding solutions." and stroll down "Times Crl>ne Did you know that this By" Highway? There used to month is "Women's History be a time when Black Month? Ainericans took great deliberStill, what about the rest of at'ion and opportunity in the year? Should we be about recalling and summbning up the business of celebrating past historical events. Now, our ,history as often as possi some of us see it one level up ble? from "Oh well, it's Black Yesterday morning as I History "Month-what can we traveled to work, I listened to do this yea;?" While others The Steve Harvey Morning find new and creative meth-Show . Steve's Toda,y's Top ods to extract' our history Ten topic was suggestive new from the inrierni:ost borders names for the NAACP that and margin s of his would send people running to tory so that the rest of us will join the organization. My experience "Oh my God I favorite was "DSNWBN; Inc." didn't know that Black people Okay, give up?_ It's "Don't did that!" Start Nothin', Won't Be "NAACP President Bruce Nothin', Inc." I laughed s o S. Gordon is quitting the hard until I came up with one civil rights organization, leav -of my own that even one of .ing just 19 months at the Kings of Comedy hadn'tthe helm. Gor.don cited or, was it because he couldn't growing strain with board air it? Anyway, it's members over the group's "NMNGH, Inc." You gUessed management style and future -it-"Nobody Move, Nobody operations." 1 Gits Hurt, Inc." Unlike yesterday when Some would have us not Black Americans flocked to explore it. Others would have the organization not for pres-us forget it. Then, there are tige and popularity; tQday's those who would have us young Black s are clueless to overlook our American-ism. this organization'S' contribu-But, WAHl, Inc. ("We Ain't tions to American justice and Havin' It, Inc.)." That's solutions for all people. another one of Steve's gems! Unl ess one is bol'fl before, oh F oremost, w e are Americans! let's say, 1965, then can Peace Be Unto You. Caucus. Unfortunately, it of elected officials. The city council, Blacks on the never happened because answer may be in forming a county school board, and Black elected officials were Caucus composed of elected Black members of the state too busy to find a common officials. I have suggested legislature must all be dedi time to meet. To this.date, we that each elected official be cated members. All of these still don't have a local Black able to appoint two citizens to elected officials must put Caucus, even though we need seive as non-voting members aside their big egos to make one more than ever. of the caucus. the Caucus a success. A local Black Caucus would The non-voting members No member or members can be a vital instrument for procould provide additional input be bigger or more important \riding effective and united into discussion on issues._. then the Caucus. Instead of leadership for the Black com-They can bring impo.rtant diminishing the p owers of munity. : It. would be a tool Black issues to the attention each individual Black elected that the Black community has of the Caucus. They could do official ; it would make each of never had before There has research and ii1formatiori them stronger and more effecnever been a local issue gathering, and they could re-tive by being a part ofa where all the Black elected present the Caucus at func"strong chain of political officials stood together, and tions where elected officials power provided consensus leader-can't attend. Not only would it make for the Black community The Black Caucus will for Black elected office holders We -live in a time when .the first time.allow Black stronger, but it would earn Black voters are saying there elected officials to be real them niore respect among the is no need for them to vote. leaders, and earn the respect non-Black power structure. They are.saying no elected anc;l confidence of the Black Black elected _leaders, the officials repres 'ent their intercommunity . It will a lso pro'time is now for a united and est. They are even saying that vide a foruni. for Black people effectiv e Black Caucus. At the:r. don't trust Black elected to meet with and voice their least sit down and discuss it. Welcome To Stanto._, Floridal

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.. NATIONAL ,-.. Vid&o ,shows Adults,.: -_:Toddlers Doing WATAUGA, Texas -A 17-year-old .. faces. a felony charge of injury: to a child after police found a videotape that appears to show and another man teaching his 2and 5-year-old nephews to smoke marijuana; police said. : .. The video shows two : being : taught to smoke marijuana and the m en encouraging..--: them to "get high," police said. A man can be seen placing a marijuana .. Cigarette into a baby's mouth and, in another part of the video, a different :-bo y is shown smoking on his own. "The disturbing video contains images of the Police believe the child iri this photo is being taught to smoke marijuana from a marijuana cigar. young children being badgered into smoking a marijuana cigar, commonly referred to as a 'blunt," 813.985.4747 . re ng your stories and celebrating our comm-unitY. ,.,-.: E-mail the editor Gwen Hayes at ghayes@flsentinel.com .INVESTING..IN,.CH NAACP Resigns = l !' NEW YORK' NAACP

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ENDORSED BY THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN RE-ELECT IORIO MAYOR OF TAMPA Dear Tampa Voter. Since becoming Mayor four years ago I have focused on the redevelopment of East Tampa. Working with the community we have been able to accomplish so much. We created a community redevelopment area in East Tampa so that the tax revenues collected within the seven square mile area can be reinvested back into the community. This year we have $5.2 million to reinvest in East Tampa. There has been $125 million in private investment and $31 million in public investment. The property tax base of East Tampa has increased 87%. Work is underway to widen 40th Street. We iust completed the improvements to Lake Avenue from 22nd to 29th. We purchased Gene's Bar so that it will no longer be a public nuisance. We have h1red environ-mental detect1v es to help stop ille&{ll East ,,. <' I ........ __ ,_. ""' .... 0:..00 ':., _. : : Rezon:i'ng and a established witht}te of America the redevelopment of Central Park Village Crime is down, and there is stronger code enforcement. The District 3 Police Station is under c onstruction. W e completed the Cyrus Green Recreation Center and the Cuscaden Pool proiect. We hire East Tampa teenagers for summer work with our Clean City Division. Construction has started on Fast Lan e Clothing, a n ew manufacturing compa ny. W e partnered with businesses to improv e the Belmont Heights Little League Fields. We have set aside $1 million for qualif1ed home owners 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 c ontinue to make East Tampa a priority-making it safer and a place wher e busi nesses can thrive. I would ap p reciate your vot e on March 6th. Sincerely, ;L Pam Iorio I ,,. . Pam Iorio Campaign P. 0. Box 24955 Tampa, FL 33623-4955 813-2511546 www.pa:miorio.com Pol. paid for and approwd by Pam Iorio for :\Llyor "T1 r 0 ::D (/) m z ::! z .. m r I m c I . m"' ::! z ., c m c ,(/) ::::1: m c m < m -f C m (/) c )> z c "T1 <

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"""' 0 0 C\1 ALL AB.OUT YOU! f I Congratulations J UJ w :::;) 1-MR.. And MRS. MCNEAL l, . KYLAZA'NAE MCNEAL. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. McNeal on their mar riage and. the newest member to their family, Kyla Za'Nae McNeal. A ToastTo. New .. "-Beginnings a: I.L. c z a: w > w c w J: UJ ::::i m :::;) a. z t:i ..J ..J :::;) m ...:. w z i= z w UJ : a: 0 ..J I.L. MR. And MRS. RODERICK (TAMMY) GRACE With Son, CHANCE Congratulations to newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick (Tammy) Grace, wed on Valentine's Day, '2/14/07, in front of family and friends, including 5 old son,. Chance Alexander Grace.. We would like to thank everyone for their love and sup port, for all thing are possible with Jehovah God . Peace and love. The Grace family. DARIELLE LA'MIYAH JACKSON Birthday wishes going out to Darielle La'Miyah Jackson, who turned 3 on 3/5/07. Love, mommy, nanny, Steve, Iii sis, Sa'Mira and family. MASTER DONNIVIN .. r. SMITH.,; ' Happy birthday to the #1 boy in my life, Boopee, who celebrated his 4th birthday on March 5th. Love always, mom, Danielle, Mema and Grandlady. ,., 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 If Interested Please Contact: RIA M. PILCHER-SHAW 81J-94J-2281 Or Call The Church At --LOCAL== Youth Program Aids Robinson Senior In Getting Scholarship : :: :. :: : :. :: . = :: := : . .: ,:: .: : : : :. Romey Battle stands as Brian Ellingson (left), sits with his son, Greg, as he signs to attend Florida International University. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer and got on the phone contacting schools all over the area. Greg Ellingson, a senior Thanks to Battle, at Robinson High School, Ellingson received a full led Hillsborough County in scholarship attend receiving yards. He finished .. Florida Internation!il the season with 48 recep-University. :. , .. tions, 13 touchdowns, and "This young man being 1,000 yards. white made no difference to However, after me," said Battle. Ellingson's.senior season, "I worked-jJJ.st as hard to he got no scholarship offers find him a school as l,.liave or visitS scheduled. with the African Because he is a member of students. This shows you the 100 Youth Leadership how far we have come in Movement Program at the this country that an-African CDC of Tampa, someone American male can help quickly came tO his aid. : someone of another;race Romey Battle, Comm-have his dreams come true. unity Youth Advisor, imme-I thirtk Dr. King would be diately met with Ellingson proud." .... -.:-.'""*:-.'''' .. :-:. U, eole's Beauty & Bafier Shop Gwen Smith, Operator New Clients 0 11 Specials Relaxers Cuts Color Up Dos Press-N-Curl Wash-N-Set For Appt Call Gwen @ 504-1666 Shop: (813) 242-8763 3407 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.

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h LOCAL New Ma cedonfa.M.B. 3402 E. Deleuil Ave. Tampa, FL33610 \.:: Presents YB JFBST Jll1 Hea.th F&ir Unites Sorol'ity, .. : Boys Club .. : -i ... Membe;s of th' e Tampa_:.: said, "We have a Fiye-Point screep.ings. 'Metropolitan Alumnae .Thrust -that includes : blood p 'ressure, diabetes, Chapter of .D.elta Sigma Physical and Mental childhood immunizations, Theta Sorority, Inc.; 8.n.d the "As part of this, we try to ;.lead poisoning, and cfloles Wilbert Davis Boys & Girls go into various communities terol. -' Club will partner .to host the : and bring awareness :to In addition to the health Fir:st East' Tampa. com. sere'enings, will be sevCommunity Health Fair. The .. munity . We are focusing on erai vendors on hand iilclud. ,-,'PASTOR PAUl. 'event .is planned for prevention, and ,. ing the Tampa Hillsborough _Wednesday, _Ma_._rch 9, -2007 . Ma,I"ch lOth, froin -providing healthy informa-Action Plan, United' Way of :10 until 2 p m., at the tion. We -hope to make this Tampa Bay, Police _(services start at 7:30 .. --_..Boys & Girls Club, 3515 an annual event." .. -. . Department, Tampa Fire Nowremain,faith, hope and lave; but the greatest is LOVE!' Street. Dur-ing the health fair, Rescue, .. Moffitt . Cancer 1 Corinthians 13:13 :'.Ms. Bagley, in; l}ave Center, American Heart _; ls ; ... : Public an. opportunity .to. 'take .Association, Sickle Cell '--------. :-',_ . .;.., ... .,;.:r .... _;..._ ... '"'" .J : ... .. < t. son_ .. for the _Delta chapter .. advantage of. free health Anemia. F .oundation, (St. . . . : ::_ . : --:' .,. :: chaptef); -------..,.-. ----..,...,.__,..---....,...--_:' ,: :. Coinmuirlty. Health: Advocacy ,, FAMILy .. :._ .. "" < : :. : Partnership, Dr. Erica' DEVELOPMENT ---... Y Bethune (Chiropractor), ... z. Bowen (Podiatrist) and _..-___ ... the. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: : . Planner," among others. . Bachelor's from an accredited c ollege/university in a human There will also be activities services or related discipline and 2 relevant experience. planned for' children. The _JOB SKILLS & ABlLITIES: -Tampa Bay Bandits will be effectively in attendance; and 95 . 7 The . Ability t o work independently . BEAT will I>e on hand to pro- 'AbilitY to complet e taskS ;vithin clearly established deadlines vide and according to state legislated guidelines and standards. Ms. Bagley further stated -'JOB DESCRIPTION: (!' that while there are no ven-FDS c_arries a full of licensed foster homes and is dor fe es. are limited. responsible for on-going assessment and assuring re-licensing Anyo n e interested in obtaincompliance; placement, advocacy and family support. -' iilg additional info -rmation . can contact Ms. SALARY RANGE: 24K-28K depending_ upon experience, kn 1 d k 'Us d bTfes. T Pimento, Physical and Mental Health Chairperson ..\pplicants must fax their resume to (813) 231-7196, Attn: Kcsha Nixon at cpimEmto@hotmail.com. ., Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) or by e-mail at:. iris@jlsentineLcom. Saturday Workshops March 10th Start @ 9 A.M. The Importance of Wilrs: and Living Will s SIS.JOAN WOODY . -Brown's Memorial COGIC . New Mount' Zion. ..... ..... .QfTampa,. FL,Inc. Atiilual .--. -Revival March ; '12th -16th ,..r -, 7pm Pastor S t M B Church, Clearwater, : Moderator: Uriion Foreign Baptist 1 (; Di s t rict Association : Single Women You CAN Keep Yourself MIN. MARVA LEITMAN -New Vision, New Birth M inistries . ., The -_. B U INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH . 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. W James Favorite Pastor Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Family would be honor ed to have the community join us in our "Pastor'S 12th Anniversary Celebration" . : . Services @ Beulah Spea ker E lder Charles Davis College Hill Church of God In Christ Wedne sday, Mar. 7th -7:00 p.m. . I. : . ; 5 @ B e ulah Speaker . Bish 'op Eddie Newkirk . St. John Cathe dr a l \ / Saturday, Mar. 10th TBA ... Pastor's Appreciation Banquet@ Beulah, Lowry Centw Speaker Matthews, For additional .-Services @ < : Speak e r . Rev. Eugene Sanders VIc tory Tabernac l e Mission a ry Baptist Church Sunday, Mar. 1 _!-9:45a.m. Serit i ces @ B eulah Speaker Rev. 11;1omas Scott 34th Streei Chur c h of God ,:; contact the Church omce sb 2514382 ':11 ro :D 6 )> .en m z -4 z \ m r:UI c: r r-!!l z "'0 c: Ul r-(i) :l: m .. c m < m :D -<.--4 c: m en c )> : z c ., :D 6 -. -'Y,

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. Q a: LL Q z c( Q U) w ::::) t:-w > w C w :c tn ::::) ll.; z --LOCAL Emanuel Chatters is a Bryant Sells a seni9r at Robinson High King HighSchool .. .. School. :/;' . . .-. .. ),_ : for the 'Men of Tomorrow' is . 24th. The fraternity is .. : recruiting stitdents 'to. parti-. 7 .. in the program. Those'. .. needing more infoxm.ation .: -.: Chapter's ::..,_ ,: I:.efttorlght, Attorney Julian and Kawin Parker; Director. :of. Edu'cational 1 _;_: -;Activities, M ichaef: : .. : : : 1 stanisiaii' s ; : :at (352f 650-. .' Zeta .. Lainbda, the:. Smothers discussed the gram _is open to. high school 7064 or Alpbofise Tampa Alumni Chapter .. legal field and conduCted the.: freshmen, sophomores, AJ.pha:-Phi .Alpha speaking .session. juniors and seniors. This at. C8'i3 ) More \.: lnc._along. wi .th. th. e ozv:smothers is anattorney program is geared toward information c .an. .. Ed.u c -ati"onal Fou n 'da'tto n -Inc. State Farm I.nsurance . obtained 'at . . . . helping students succeed in phas .... ....... .... _, i .conducted a for ,:_Company.: Brother school and .college. The Kahl' P k freshm : : ... ::. high scho,ol studentson ,Anthony Satchel, J>rogram vrorkshops t arHigherSclSha 1 --:an .o... -..... ... .. ... :: . h bli ak D A '7 f h II a er oo careerc. mces, pu uector . or rea-t e toptcs .or co ege prepara--.. . -resume Hill,sborough Cou _nty S_chooJ_ tion such !LS goal writing and IPJ:'_ofessional District, conducted the ses.: management, .. career annual scholarship program, ,_ This" sia:rion skills; -.. choices, financial aid, study where outstanding workshop waif to -Broiht'ii..-, :ii-.-;;:._ Michaei skills, interviewing skili's, ing seniors that have exhibit-,,,: students .iii the Stairlslaus, fraternity direccollege life, test taking skills, . ed noble character, high fraternity'.s o'f \: tor of Educatic;mal Activiti'es, financial responsibility and aptitude and Tomorrow' program and was . _;;managing money, as well as. improvement, and leadership held aftlie writing and prbfes-: 'socia'toutings. -.. ,' : apility will be recognized. Community MarCh . sfc;lnal'l:>eha .vior arid The workshops began in with the top students, win-3, 2007. ;w.-_,-., .. .. quette . ::. -. '. c : October 2006 and will,culmi. ningscholarships. '.::; : _>,, :'"'.:Attorney .. :-'Julian : The'Men'ofTomorrow'pro-.nate in May 2007 with the .. The . ' . ..... .!'.. .. A Local Church has an opening ior a Christian, dedicated and committed musician (piano primary). Some reading ability is preferred. Salary negotiable. Please call (813) %48 .: f .... .,. l';. : / . -. ;"' . DIVINE INTERVENTION ,MINISTRIES , Presents .. ': -. ._-:_: OI .. _" 3 a6o7 -, z .,. .. .. t .:: ...... :. ." .. ON-QUE! MAGAZINE .: (813) 32sqo1s :--'.? . .. .:, ... .. ,: Oa: -s E co-ND . ... .:-;I', . IL : :ANN:rv.E:RsARY'l' ,. ' 0 ,... w c.: '' .. ; ; :. ON"SUNDAY/ ._MARqH .. iS., BIG JOHN'S AlABAMA .. > ... 620-0603 ..... ., HARMON FUNERAL HOME ;{ '.' , ..-(813) 626-8600 .' -. : .. .' ... ..... and .. "'.: p -i, I (. DON AND MARIE AUTO GLASS & .. . t.''' '-... TINT SHOP .'. . .. (813) 770-2424 ., ,, _'... ... Hon_oree WHITE, FIRST AD. .:.. . : And His Mother, MRS. MARY WHITE. -1i ... \oo .._. J t l:J I : -. -,;.. .. ... "''.' ... ..': ,,.---: : .' -. . .-. '.. .:. ;' I 'I ' : > ; -.' . : .. : :_ .. : : . . _. \ _. :-: . ? ' .... : : For PASTOR LARRY WHITE And FIRST LADYVIVAN WHITE .. .., .... 'i 4 .. ... .-.. ' .saturday; . March 10, *. .: .. F.IRST .BAPTIST:CHURCH. OF LINCOLN GARDENS ... .. . .. DR. T Speaker . -. r------. REV. A GREENE DR. C. T. Pastor .,, ':. ;, Speaker Program Participant '? For lnfunnation Call {813) 32>l078 {813) 948-2046 sister Ruth,jones.

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LOCAL Sheehy Elementary Has Black History-Month Program Paul L. Sheehy Elementary School held its Black History Month Program o,n Tuesday, February 20th. The program began with the Club pres-enting "Keep'ing". The Dream Alive, followed by. .the traditional singing of.-We Shall Overcome by th. e -Sheehy Roy ,al Chimers. Sheehy students sang. the Negro National Anthem, Lift Every Voice And Sing. .-: ;. Ms. Varady's kindergarten class presented the Bla.ck History Museum, where the youngsters portrayed well-known African American. And, Mrs. Hollingshed's :Kindergarten did a tribute to "Black History: Past, Present And Future." Ms. Carolyn Hill, Principal, gave the closing remarks. -These students a Civil Rights Protest left to right, cedashe Dunit, Kayvorina Lewis, Kennedy Hayes, Kierra Bryan't, JaShayla Moore, Noah Sheehy, Kachauiu&a Brown, Shakeria Baisden, Danajai Waymon and Qujuan Spradley. ; . W ,--... _,_ . e -.. re n::" o -_;w ____ ., -,_ ;-.. .. -_.-. l : ,_. :;-:; ,:" : . : .-:. ., :\. C, : > ,, ,., .- 'I i. ., . -.,... .. i Prevention & Education Extri1ctions Root .. ___ : ,/,, '-;'';", ' : { t' I ,, ,, '' ,1 .;I : :, ' .' ._'": ... J Br_idges:& ... :,: ,-, : >, '.; ');' .. \ .l,''' ,_.; ,,;<, :-o.'' Relines ... : J' .:.

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). > a: .. u.. C z ,. a: w > w c W :::c 0 :J -ID :::::J 0.. w ..J ..J , :::::J m ..:. w z i= z w 0 < c a: o : ..J u.: .C\1 'I'"'" w CJ L OC:AL -Salad Luncheon And Lecture --Tampa of The Links, IIic. and David A. and Mary Irene Fund within the Coinmunity Foundation of Tampa Bay were the co-sponsors of a Salad Luncheon and Lecture. The event was spon sored by the Henry B. Plant Museum, Ms. Cynthia Gandee, CEO . Over 200 guests enjoyed the beautiful salad lunch and lecture and presentation by Ms. Rosemary E. Reed Miller, author of the book: The Threads Of Time, The Fabric of Mrs. lecture was about. Tampa's famous Black s _eanistres.s, A -nn Cone Lowe. Mrs. Lowe was the designer and seamstress for Jacqueline Bovier, the young bride of JohD Kennedy. She was also well-known for creating soine 'of the most elaborate Ye Mystic Krewe gowns during the early days. Two of Ms. Lowe's gov\rn's are on display at the Museum. .Two gowns were on display at the lun. cheon. One was a creation by Ms. Lowe, and the other was the wedding gown of Johna Andrews Treadwell. Johna's gown was furnished her mom, Link Nancy Andrews: Johna's seamstress, Mrs. WainWright was an apprentice of Ms. Lowe's,. and became well-known for her work. Link Evelyn Beth chair of the Arts facet for the Tampa Links, Inc. was the coor -dinator of the luncheon. Ltnk Frances Sykes, a niember of the Plant Museum board assisted. (Photographs' by Jerry Brunson) ..,. Seated left to right, Tampa Litlks Sonja GarCia, Graee Dr. Juel Smith, Demoris Rhodes, Brown, Nimcy Andrews; Evelyn and Marie.Beard. Standing 'left to right: Jacqueline Cotman, St. Petersburg Chapter; Tampa Links, Maisie Reddy,. Kay Dr. Miriam Stamps, Gwen Myers, Frances Sykes, Ollie Hunter, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Marlina McClure, Dr. Harvey, Rhonda Rhodes, Paula-Snow, Little and Dr._ o:liaJilar'8H8lllJiah Not were Patsy Greene, Ruth Bell, and JaJilice Collier. -. Seated Links Rhonda Demoris Rhode8 Reeder. .Standing, Nancy Henderson, Phyllia Kimbel,.l.ink Frances Sykes, speaker Rosemary Linlt Evelyn.Be.th.une,'_ Chairperson of the Arts Facets for the Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc., and LinkArthenia Joyner.-. _, --.. . : Abrams and wei e ,among who attended the luncheon. ,._.. . ""' \"

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PICTURES FROM THE PA,ST -:;'" ,. Attending a fan club meeting in this photo from the' past were Margaret Toriy Garner, and Freddie Cusseailx. / . rn from' the past, a local church group got the Front Veola Pope, 'idelle Sturrup, W:alheli'n.ina McDonald, Back Charles McDonald, Cleveland Jones, Willie Mae 'Coleman, Rose Lee Shellman, DeWitt Sturrup, and Harriet .. :. . '- J In this the the Village Litue League field dedication Val Edwards; DeVin Ray, Height, Rhonda Bonita Bradley,' Sabrina Height, Cathy Bodison, Carolyn Jackie Jones, Chevelle Burgess, Michael Burgess Eddie Anderson, David. Shearick Cedric -! :. . . : .. ' . . . . { . ':.: .i< c: m en c s: )> :a 0 :I: 9 I\) 0 0 ...... :.

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-. . ... SPORTS . j Broncos Reach Agreement With RB Henry On 5-year Deal DENVER -The Denver Broncos and running back Travis Henry have reached an agreement on a five-year deal Monday with $12 million in guaranteed bonuses. Henry was released by the Tennessee Titans on Saturday after the two sides couldn't restructure a contract that an $8.3 million bonus that was due Monday. He rushed for 1,211 yards and seven touchdowns last season for Tennessee. The Broncos did not announce the signing, which was disclosed by someone 'familiar with the deal who TRAVIS HENRY requested anonymity because it had not yet been signed. Wade Put Off Surgery, Will Try To Retum This Season MIAMI -Dwyane Wade's dislocated left shoulder is so fragile there's a risk of aggravating the injury when he sleeps. But come April, Wade figures he might be up to the rigors of the NBA'playoffs . The All-Star guard said Mondayhe has decided to delay surgery and rehabilitate his shoulder with the goal of returning to help the Miami :Heat defend their league title. "It could have been easy for me just to shut it down,'' DWYANE WADE Wade said at a news confer-ence. -You don't know if you're going to be able to way. I'll find out after theraattack the same way and py and rehab how my body dive on the floor the same responds to things." HALL'S TAx SOLUTION$ 2700 N. Mac Dill Ave. #112 504 E. Baker St. #2 Tampa, FL 33607 Plant City, Fl 33566 (8!3) 876-9125 (813) 752-1239 HOME FOR QUALITY INCOME. TAX PREPARATION WE APPR ECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND LOOK FORWARD TO YOU THIS COMING TAX SEASON We Offer: Express RALS (3 Minutes) RAL (Refund Anticipation Loans) RAC (Refund Anticipation Checks) Electronic Filing Direct Deposit . FREE Pick-up & Delivery -We Specialize In: Personal And Small Business Returns Discount For Return Clients Tax Returns Start As Low As $30.00 . Tax Advisors: . Arsund Randolph, 'Eiouise Burnett, Elizabeth Randolph Padgett Antionette Randolph & Arthur Hall Fax In Info Faster Service (813) 876-0748 Art est Arrested RONARTEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. Sacramento Kings forward. Ron Artest was arrested Monday after a woman called 911. from his home saying she had been assaulted: Placer County sheriffs deputies -responded about 9:30 a.m. to Artest's fiveacre estate in the Sacramento suburb of Loomis, where they found a woman who had suffered injuries, offidals said. She declined medical attention. Deputies arrested Artest on suspicion of domestic lence and using force or vio lence to prevent the woman from reporting a crime, sheriff's spokeswoman Dena Erwin said. "He and the female were in the house and separated,'' Erwin said. "The deputies interviewed them and took Mr. Artest into custody." Artest was booked into the Placer County Jail_and released later on $50,000 bail. _49ers Sign Clements NATE CLEMENfS The San Francisco 49ers satisfied Clements' desires, signing the star cornerback Friday to an eight-year, $80 million contract believed to be the richest deal for a defensive back in NFL histo ry. Clements said the 49ers "not only showed the most interest, but I felt that they w e r e moving i n the right d irection." Patriots Release Dillon After Three-Season Run FOXBORO, Mass The New England Patriots released running back Corey Dillon Friday cutting ties with the top active runner in the NFL on the first day of free agency Dillon, 32, split duties with rookie Laurence Maroney last season and has said he was considering retirement. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said the team appreciated Dillon's contributions in his three seasons With New England. Those contributions extend beyond his individual on-field achievements and his integral role in a championship season. They also include three years of veteran leadership and positive relationships throughout the team, he said Dillon, who spent his first seven NFL seasons with Cincinnati, is the top active runner in the NFL with 11,241 career yards in 10 seasons. He had three years remaining on his current contract and was scheduled to count $4.4 million against the salary cap in 2007 Texans SignJohnson HOUSTON The Houston Texans signed Pro Bowl receiver Andre Johnson to a multiyear contract extension Saturday. Johnson had 'two years remaining on his current contract. Terms of the deal were not released, but he was scheduled to make $5.25 million next season and $7.75 million in 2008. ANDRE JOHNSON Johnson, the third overall pick in the 2003 draft, was selected to his second Pro Bpwl HOUSTON The Houston after catching a career-high I 03 .Texans agreed to tem1s with passes for 1,147 yards last freeageiltrunningbackAhman season. Green on Sunday . Davis Gets Biggest Bonus In Dallas HistorY IRVING, Texas Leonard Davis and the Dallas Cowboys finalized a nearly $50 million seven-year deal Monday for the free agent offensive lineman to come home with a fresh start Davis wasn't re-signed .by the Arizona Cardinals, who took him with the seconp overall pick out of Texas in 2001._ The 6-foot-6, 372-pound Davis is from Wortham, Texas, about 80 miles south of Dallas "It's a new chapter in my life, Davis said. "I want to win games .. Avoid The Wait ... Call Ahead & Place Your Order Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions and Large Orders Now Cooking Thurs ... Sat For All Your Seafood Delights, Marvin Has Just What You Need. Fresh & Smoked Mullet.Trout Snappe Shrimp Head Blue Crabs ., r 0 JJ c )> en m z =! z m r 1 OJ c: r r m =! z ":tJ c: OJ c en :I: m c m < m -f c: m en c )> z c ., JJ c

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\ 5 J -Whitaker, Hudson Win NAACP Awards rr:;; >=< 0 (/') w ::J 0 a: u.. 0 z < > tJ) w ::J > . a: w > w 0 w ::z:: tJ) :::::i al ::J D.. z ...1 ...1 ::J al ...:. w z i= z w tJ) C a: o ...1 u.. LOS ANGELES -Oscar winners For est Whitaker and. Jennifer Hudson kept their winning streaks alive Friday, while Anatomy" star Isaiah washington claimed a best actor prize at the 38th annual NAACP Image Awards. "Ugly Betty" took top televi sion honors. Hudson, a former "American Idol" finalist, garnered a best supporting actress award for her role in the musical-"Dreamgirls," the same category she won at the Academy Awards on Sunday. "There is nothing like being recognized and honored by your own," said Hud s on. Whitaker, who won a best actor Oscar for "The Last King of Scotland," earned the same prize at Friday's cere mony, which honor,projects and individuals who pro mote diversity in the arts. "Doing this role gave me so many blessings," said Whitaker, who plays a Ugandan, dictator in the film. "Orie was being able to go back to Africa and touch my roots." Washington, who has been sharply criticized for uttering a gay slur on the set of his hit show:. scored best actor for a drama series. "I'm humbled and honored to be recognized by the NAACP," said Washington, who announced earlier this year he would seek help after r eceivihg a torrent of negative publicity for his com ments. "The first 'time I was up here I felt deserving of some thing," he added. "This time I feel privileged." "The Pursuit of starring Will Smith and his son, won best picture honors : Keke Palmer n _abbed best F OREST WHITAKER actress for i'Akeelah and the Bee," and Djimo n Hounso u took best supporting actor for "Blood Diamond." "This film means a lot to me for the simple reason that I'm from Africa," said Hounso u to loud applause. Rapper LL Cool J hosted the awards. "I won't ask you why the chicken crossed the road," Coo l J joked, telling the crowd it was his first time as a host. "I just ask that you bear with me. I'm going to try to carry this thing with dignity." Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama won a literary nonfiction' linage Award for his book "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream." Obama, a U.S. senator from Illinois, did not attend the ceremony; Vanessa Williams got the nod for best actress in a comedy for' "Ugly Betty," which also won for best television comedy series. The show is "a'.story about family, abo ,ut feeling like an outsider, &nd as AfricanAmericans in this business know, -often we feel like an outsider," said Williams. Simply Tax provides complete outsourCed Bookkeeping, Accounting and Payroll Services to small and medium sized businesses a s well as Self Employed Individuals Go home and spend quality time w ith and friends Leave the tedious bookkeeptng and accounting to us. We do it cheaper and more accurate than "In House or you. Call Or Stop By With Any Questions Look Forward To Working With You ENTERTAINMENT Combs Accused Of Battery ln. Hollywood DIDDY LOS ANGELES-Sean ''Diddy" Combs was accused of battery at a Hollywood hotel the day of the Academy Awards, police said Tuesday. Police took a report from someone who accused Combs of battery at the famed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Sunday, said Officer Jason Lee, a police spokesman. The hotel is across the street from the Kodak Theatre, the site of Sunday's Oscars ceremony. Combs was in to.wn for Academy Award events. Lee did not release further details. Seal Loses Court Appeal Over Payments Seal LONDON Seal lost his. bid Wednesday to overturn a British court ruling ordering the Grammy-Wim1ing singer to pay his missions on earnings from his first two albums. Cpurt of Appeal Judge Roger Toulson dismissed Seal's challenge to a High Court ruling in June that his former manager John Wadlow was entitled to unpaid commissions due under a 1995 agreement Both of the albums in question were recorded before that date. In June, the court had ordered Seal to make an interim payment of$922,000. ... The appeal court cited an earlier management agreement and the 1995 settlement signed by Seal, whose real name is Henry Olusegun Adeola Samuel, when he severed his links with Wadlow. .Kelis Cliarged With Disorderly Conduct MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -Kelis was charged early Friday with trying to disrupt an undercover police operation by screaming racial profanities and rushing toward two female officers posing as prostitutes, authorities said. Kelis Rogers-Jones, 27, was detained at 4:30 a.m. and charged with the two misdemeanor charges of dis orderly conduct and resisting arrest without violence, a Miami Beach police arrest report said. The singer was released o n $1,500 bond hours later, Miami-Dade County jail spokeswoman Janelle Hall said. K elis publicist, Tracy KELlS Nguyen wouldn't comment o n the arrest, and it wasn't immediately clear if the singer had a lawyer Travolta,.La1Nrence Debut At No. 1 The biker buddy comedy "Wild Hogs" and its ensemble cast of J ohn Travolta, Martin Lawrence,William H. Macy and Tim Allen was the weekend box office champ with a $38 mil lion take, according to estimates Sunday. It was Walt Disney Co.fs biggest March opening ever. It was also the largest-ever debut for the 53-year-old Travolta as well as_the best non-animated movie debut for Allen, who is also 53 Macy turns 57 next week and Lawrence turns 42 next month. "It's so easy to see in the material how much fun they were_having together. The audience was looking for that first great comedy of the year," said Disney president of distributiqn Chuck Viane. J OHN TRAVOLTA And MARTIN LAWRENCE Wild Hogs" performed well beyond expectations, said Pau l Dergarabedian,.. president of box-office tracker Media By Numbers. lt had been expected to be No. 1 with earnings in the $25 mil lion range, he said. "It's just astonishing," Derga.rabedian said. "It was the perfect vehicle for these four stars. A combina tion of star power, great concept and great marketing was responsible. 3602 7th Avenue Tampa. FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 KeysMade ...... 69 and Up Latex Flat Whi .te Paint ... : ...... $5.99 gat. Oil Outside White Paint ......... $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ......................... $2 .49..ea. 3 .. Brushes ................................ 99 ea. SALE PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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............ -.-. -................................ .,. ............... ............. ....................... .., .... 4 ....................... -..................... -........... - ..... - ..-. .,. .................................. ............... .,. ............ .. __ "' ___ ............... ... ; ................... ................ -.... ,. ... ._"" .. a .. ._.._ t.aa..-a&-a..- a.t6 --: 1 Your Futurescope it. (Mar. 2.1-2.0) Involvement in groups will be favorable and lead to valuable information. Don'ti let others bait you into arguments. You 'will be in the mood to socialize. There are ways of making extra cash if you put your mind Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Thursday. TAURUS (Apr. 2.1-may 2.1) You could have a tendency to spend too much on your home or entertainment Much knowledge can be obtained through the experiences you have. Large organizations may try to talk you out of your earned cash Family get-togethers will be interesting. Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Thursday. CiEMINI (May 2.2.-June 2.1) Children may be demanding, and entertain could cost a lot more than you can really afford. You can make it up to them later You can convince one of anything. Situations in your personal life are moving a little lately. Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Sunday. cANCER (June 2.2.-July 2.2.) Travel will promote new romantic en counters lack of support and negativity have been the main .. problems. Changes in your home will be positive. Hassles with female colleagues may lead to J>roblems your boss r luckiest events this month will occur on a Wednesday LEO (July 23-Aug 2.2.) Don't deny yourself this month. Hide your cards and learn to say no. Deception and doubts may s urround your involvement with friends and relatives. Don't be taken advantage of by any fast talking salesperson try-ing to part you from your cash : Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Wednesday VIRCiO (Aug. 2.3 -Sept. 2.3) Educational pursuits can bring interesting, helpful people.' You may find that depression is causing you to feel lonely and insecure. Deception and doubts may surround your involvement with friends and relatives. Raise your self esteem and your confidence if you want to get back into the mainstream agail'). -Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Monday. LIBRA (Sept. 24 -oct. 2.3) Trips, educational pursuits, or projects that coul lead to new outlooks should be on your agen Relatives may not. be telling you the whole trut about a family situation Advancement can b e yours are assertive in your approach. Don't let your emotions inte with your professional integrity. Yourluckiest events this month will occur on a Saturday SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.u) Ciet busy doing all those things at home that you have been putting off for so long. You mustn-'t take on other people's responsibilities or you may find you irritable and exhaust ed Minor h e alth probl ems will cause setbacks if you haven't taken proper care o f yourself Don't let others put unreasonable demands on you. Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Sunday SACillTARIUS (Nov. 2.3 -Dec. 2.1) RC?mance and social activity will be a promising com bination. Communication will be your strong point and you should be able to persuade others to see things your way Red tape could be impossible to clear up this month Don't let your partner goad you into wearin g your heart on your sleeve. Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Monday CAPRICORN (Dec 2.2..-Jan. 2.0) You may want to take a trip ; however, be f ore : do, make sure that your car is serviced prope Extravagance will be a problem. Your partner will b situations out of proportion. Mayb e it's time to into w a y s you can improve your health. Your luck iest events this month will occur on a W ednesda y AQUARIUS (Jan. 2.-i-Feb.19) Enlist th.e aid of family members and consider feelings-of your mate. You. will inspire confidence i others. You will find that or relatives may your needs. Sit back and observe, regard less of how hard might be. Your luckiest events this month will occur on a Sunday. PISCES (Feb. 2.0-Mar. l.O) You might just a s well let others do their own thing. Time spent with family, children, or good friends will be regenerating and positive. Go out with close frie nds who underst and your situatiop and your needs. You ar.e best not to discuss your personal life w ith others Your luc kiest events this m o nth will occ ur on a Thu rsday Presents SLOW DANCE For _Orders: Any Book Store Ask For "Slo w Dance" And Use ISBN 142595877x www.authorhouse.com ZoeBoe spizz@ verizon.net 813-244-0109 Fax: 813-972-1578 COLUMN -ASK DEANNA! (Real People, Real Advice) Tru e Reality & Cutting Edge Wisdom Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to realitybased subjects! Ask Deanna! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3:00pm in Los Angeles, CA. Dear Deanna! I found out that my husband was having an affair but I didn't say anything. However his mistress isn't too bright. She approached me at the grocery store and thought she was doing me a favor by telling me all about it. I was fine and laughing at her until she called me stupid. I took it uport myself at that point to slap her a few times and she pressed charges. My husband will be with me in court but I'm not sure what to do with him after the legal battle. Strong WifeSt. Louis, MO Dear Str<)ng Wife: After slapping the mistress, your next step. should be your husband. Yes, he was wrong for his actions and even more so for .selecting someone ignorant to have an affair with. After the legal battle you need to do an assessment of your marriage,' find out why your husband had an affair and determine together what you'll do next. However, make it known you will not tolerate cheating and divorce is an option if he decides to do something this dumb again. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdean:: na 1@yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website:_ www.askdeanna.-. com Tampa-Hillsborough Public Libraries Celebrate First Teen Tech Week Tampa-Hillsborough Coun-, ty Public Library System presents its first Teen Tech Week, March 4-10. Teen Tech Week events will be held at two library branches throughout the county, which focuses on attracting teens to the library to use the latest technology resources avail-able. .r Seminole Heights Library Tues. March 6, 4711 Central Endorsed by: Ave 4 p.m. 78th Street Community Library Wed. March 7, 7625 Palm Rive r Rd. 4p. m. Teen Tech Week is a national initiative aimed at teens, their parents, educators, and other adults. The purpose is to encourage teens to use technology tools currently available at their library including computers, DVDs, audio players, audiobooks, FlORIOA. SENTINEl BUL THB TAMB\ TRliJl'.lNE databases and more. "Technology plays an importari t role in teen life today and this is a wonderful oppor-. tunity for us to share with our teens what our libraries have to offer," said Joe Stines, Director of Libraries. For more information about the local Teen Tech Week events. and other FREE programs @ your library(r) please call (813) 273-3652, ext. 2 or visit hcplc.org. "TT. r-0 ]J 0 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 llJ c r-1 -m :::! z ., c llJ r-u; :::t: m 0 m < m ]J -< -f c m cn 0 )> z 0 "TT :a 0

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. ">< c a: LL. c z <( c UJ w ;:) 1-fi: w > w c w :::t: UJ ::l IXl ;:) Q. z ..J ..J ;:) IXl ..:.. w z ;:: z w UJ a: 0 ..J LL. .. _ FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS _ -MR. HENRY. "HANK" ROBERTS A farewell service for Mr. Henry Roberts, affectionately called "Hank," of 3712 E. Shadowlawn Ave., who passed away Wednesday, February 28,-2007, will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2007, at 10 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M.L. King Jr. Blvd., with Pastor Bartholomew Banks, officiating. Henry was born July 22, 1916, in Winter Haven, to the late Henry and Ca.rrie Roberts. His family moved to Tampa when he was very young. He served and was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army during World War II. Hank lived most of his life in New York City and moved back to Tampa in 1970. Mr. Roberts was preceded in death by: both of his parents; his brothers, Joseph and William Roberts; and sister, Carrie Lee Saunders. He leaves to cherish fond memories: a loving daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and Ernest; grandson, Ernest, Jr.; sister, Hattie M. Swinton and husband, William; sister-inlaw, Julia L. Roberts; nieces and nephews, Mr. Earl Roberts and wife, Dolores, Ms. Alice Roberts, Mr. Ralph Roberts and wife, Pamela, Mrs. Olivia Hamilton and husband, Alfred, Mrs. Vera -Warren and husband, Leonard, Mrs. Tia Rodriguez and husband, Caleb, Ms Brenda Roberts, Mr. Leslie Roberts and Ms. Shirley Swinton; and a host of great and great, great nieces and nephews. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" MARY ALICE WALKER-YATES June 29-1961-February 20, 2007 Graveside services and interment for Mary Alice WalkerYates, a.k.a., Bowe and BeBe, will be held Thursday, March 8, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Rest Haven Cemetery, 43rd Street and Hanna Ave., with Pastor Willie J. Cook, officiating. Mary Alice Walker-Yates (Bowe) was born on June 29, 1961, in Tampa. She was a funloving person who loved her family. Bowe always said, "Pm all about my family." She was one-of-a-kind and will be sadly missed. Mary attended the schools of Hillsborough County. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Bailey, Sr. and Vera Walker; father, Willie Pozo; aunt, Willie Mae Lewis-Jackson (who raised her as -her own);-and cousin, Michelle Jacksop. She will be sadly missed by: her mother, Margaret Walker; sons, Daniel Yates, Ill, Darrell Yates and Carl Walker; daughter-in-law, Sharissa Julks; granddaughter, Karianna Julks; a very devoted friend, Jerry Burton; uncles, Curtis Walker, Sr., Benjamin Walker, Sr. and wife, B _renda, and Bailey Walker, Jr.; sisters, Vera Walker, Carla Polite and Reneita Johnson; brother, Irvin Singletary; cousins, Helenenor "Pookie" Baker (like a sister), and busb_and, Tommy, Sr., Curtis Walker, Jr., Benjamin Walker Jr., Keith Walker, Kenneth Walker and Rhashan Walker; nieces, Ashontaye McGhee and husband, Kenneth, Kennetta Walker, Tomika Baker, Erica Rogers, Ebony Baker, Ashley . Talley, Quanisha Singletary,. r=::::==========--; Shalana Johnson, Shalana Johnson, Arkia Scott, -Fan_zilyOwnedandOpetrlled-La'Triecia Johnson and Barnisha Polite; nephews, Demetrius Walker, Deonte 2708 E. DR. HARTIN UllMER KING, JR. BLVD. TAMPA, R. 33610 Ph. (813) 232-. Fax (113) 231-0521 Harinori Singletary, Walker, Tommy Baker, J r Barry Polite, Jr., Irvin Singletary, Jr., Aaron Scott, DiMario Jackson, Johnathan Singetary, and Rhashad Polite; special friends, Patricia Wingo, Funeral Home Precious, Danita Graddy, John W Hannon, L .F.D. Sherrell Oliver, Helen, Tracy, FREE QUOTES Rhudine, Edward, Trina, Alvin Owner/Manager Berkhall, Bubbie Haywood, 5002 N. 40th St. Eartha Nelson, Come-Clean, Pam, Charlie, Taika Joyner, Colleen Carter, TaShima and Natalie Cruz; special families, the Keeton famlly, Alice Alexander and family, the Yates family, the McCauley. family, the Hanford family, the Dixon family, the Singleton family. Marva Blue and falnily, and the McClaury family, the Crumity family, the Beasley family, the James family, the. Jackson family; and the list goes on and on. The repast will.be held at 414 W. Amelia Avenue, immediately following the interment. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. ALMA TROTMAN Today it was 3 years ago .when you left us and you have been sadly missed by your family. Your husband, Johnny B. Trotman; son, William Trotman; daughter, Deborah Ann Trotman; sisters, Gloria Smith and family, and Cecelia Camry and family; sister-in-law, Charity Curington and family; and the entire members of yo\lr family and friends. Sleep on take" your rest. We will meet you in heaven one day. -IN MEMORY .WILLIE LEE (SHEP) SHEPHERD . 1110/49 3/6191 It has been sixteen 'years since you left. We remember your smile, your laughter. You are gone but not forgotten. Your wife, Olivia; daughter, Frances; grandchildren, Olivia De'Shea and Ke'Shawn, the Baker Family, Davis Family and Morris Family., REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK. A Community Pride" 4615 E Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 ... IN MEMORIAM MR. DAVID D. ALLEN Born: 12-15-27 Died: 8-15-99 MRS. SYLVIA J. MELHADO-ALLEN Born:1-13-31 Died: 3-07-05 -It's now been 7 years for you daddy, and 2 years for you mother, since you've gone to be with our Heavenly Father. Still today you're in our hearts, minds and souls and there you'll be always. We love you and give thanks to God daily for blessing us with you as our parents. You taught us the mean: ing of family, to love and respect one another. You may no longer be here physically, but we are always and forever fami-. . With all our love, your children, Donna and Denise. REMEMBERING YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY SHIRLEY BUSH 31614811111106 Love and missing you. You'll always be remembered. Never be forgotten. Your baby girl, Ann; and Baby Doll. IN LOVING MEMORY OF LUTHER BOSFIELD 2/15/1919.315/06 It's been a year since you've been gone, but you didn't go alone, a part of us went with you the day God called you home Sadly missed by Mandy, family and friends. 9241 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. -1 P. M. (813) ?85-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rr: tes Friendly Atmosphere You're With Us DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town .B.1onoH. sn S I'EI'II \l"J' O J,EISII \-C0\1\IEI{CI \1. \l"J' O NEED GOOD SECRETARY Must be experienced with above average computer knowledge. Pay and benefits with experience. Call (813) 221-1800 and fax Resume to (813) 221-1802

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--C ..,. .. ,..,.,--... f m tn c s: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JUVENILE DIVISI9N FFN: 508415 Case ID: 06-DP-0522 Division V -IN THE OF: PARRISH, Malachi (dob 05/10/2006) -MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHII,..D . IF Y permanent commitment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. . ., r-0 c .. > tn m z -4 z m r-' Ill c r rm ::::! z -a c Ill r-c;; ::t m c m .. < m -4 ffi ... tn C > z c ., c 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 Honorabl e Monica L. Sierra, at the Edgec omb Courthouse, 800 East Twi ggs Street, 4th Floor Courtroom #400, Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, why parenta l rights shall not be terminated and said c hild shall not be permanently committed ta th e F lorid a Department of C hildren Families !for subsequent adoption . You are entitled to b e represer}ted by an attorney this proceeding. Date d this 1Z.tb day of February 2007, . PAT FRANK C lerk of the Circuit Co urt 'By: /s/ LINDA LEPELLETIER DEPUTY CLERK ..a. c.o

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 c c N ui :a: o 0:::. c( ( ...; . ) :IE ,t: ,,,.,, .. '. . INVITATION TO BID SECTION 00020 -INVITATiON TO .811) .. BEREAN ACADEMY c ... -.: ... Sealed bids for INSJALLA TION OF FIELD LIGHTS FOR en Bids for MONROE MIDDLESCHOOL, BUILDING #6 THE SOFTBALL FIELD AT ARMWQOP HIGH SCHOOL . A Classical : AND #7, HVAC MODIFICATION PROJECT wilf.t)i'(ecejved wilr be received by. the School Board of Hillsborough ... C hri'Stla n Educati. O n ... ( tby the School Board of Hillsborough County, florida in the County;' Florida in .the 'Office of the Superviscw of Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor; : schoOl '.: Purchasing, Third Floor; School Administrative Center, 901 Located At: 10948 cimtral N. Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Bou!evard, East Tampa, Florida until 3 :00PM, Tampa,33612*(813)932-0552 .. 1 Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM .Tuesday, March 27 2007. Tuesday. 27. 2007. (The mailing address :is p 0.. headniaster@bei'eanacac:iemy.org {The mailing address is P ; O.Box 3408, Flo.rida .. : Box 3408, Tampa Florida 33601) Bids will r:10t be: Berean Academy.aamitsstudents of 33601.) aids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the .. .after. PMof the above date. Bids will be : opened any race, color, nationality or ethni c < above date: Bids will be opened and read aloud in the and rea'd alouc:rtn Pu rchaslng Department, located o.rigin to. all the privileges, \ .,. .. Purchasing O'E!partrrjent, located on the third floor of the on the third floo-r of the School c.-nter; programs and activities, generally SchOol Ad t f c t . .. accorded 1 Ql' made available to. tve. .. _; ;>;, ..;, :1 .-. '. : contract6rs bid this preje.ct subje : ct :e .<:. be a Pre-Bid Meetihg on Monday Encouragement Affirmative Action PlaR as identified within color, nationality.or'elhnicicirigih in' . :. March 191 2007 .at 1 O:OO AM at the school located at the bidding documents. ... :<'>':,, ... :> ... administratiqn of educational, 4716 Montgomery Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33616. . . ,policies, admissions . ',,: .. be . a Non mandator:y Pre-Bid scholarships and loan pi'ograms, -... IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE J"uesday,ll!' .arcte 10:00 am at Armwood High School, ... .. :: BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPART12000 E . US Highway 92, Seffner, FL 33584. -.. . u _t::.:, ... :, ; MENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID . . .. . .. :' \ .. MUST BE-SUBMITTED WITH BID. : .. THERE IT IS THE BIDDER;S RESPONSIBILITY. TO SEE .. .., ARE NO . . . : THAT BIDS ARE DEliVERED TO THE PURCHASING ,_,; ' :::; AS REFERENCED ABOVE.:: BID "' .. ,. Notice The Sch ool Administrative Center is SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. -,THERE . . '. a "security" building, therefore, visitors will be required to : ARE NQ EXCEPTIONS. : ; : : ,; ;. c obtain a Visitors Pass prior .to. entering building A -photo identification will need to be presented at the time. NOTICE TO .All BIDDERS: The School Administrative ,Sell pq:_workers : ; u. ._. .. Center .isa"security"building;therefore,visitorswill .. :: Each Bid must beaCcorripari'ied Qy thefoiiOwirig: '' .,.. .. be requir,ed to obtain a VIsitors Pass prior to entering . 4( ./; . \< . . . ... :: thebuilding..Aphotoidentificationwlllneedtobe .. 1 . A : certified 'ct1eck or bid bond in the amoLht of not less at time. -. .. -' 1'/. ttian five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as -' en a guarantee that the Bidder,., if awarded the Contract," wm may be obtaine' d from the ., Live-In Care Giver . .. -: :-" ... ::.: .... w within ten (1. 0) calendar days after_ written notice of-being Engineer; Complete information regarding bidding For.S mall t;tome .; given such award, enter into a written Contract with the , documenJs and other information may be obtained from pays .Off S.cho _ol Board of Hillsborou' gh County,;.Fiorida,. in .. the Engineer :.. . ; ... No Convicted -. : ffi accordance wit,h the accepted Bid, and give a suretY. : bond ..:.: ... :..:. ,. ,, . . :, > satisfactory to tne School Board of Hillsborough County .. Anston:.Greenlees, Inc. ._, : Robin@ (813) : 837;4843 : w equal to bne. hundred ;percent (100'%) .of the -.. J?. ... ... "' .,. fil Contract C!mount. . Tampa, FL 33612 r. ... .: : .:: ... . 963 1919 . -T?. y! ; :;,,(. ; > L . '' bid for a period ef thi rty days :. :::;:, 3 ; Erltity Crime S.tatement .. -.. ". : :. after set for pid opening . . Buy Or Earn Very Small Investment Now With More Options .To Earn More ,. -'-' Mone y ::. .. <'. 0 -... 1 0. ,'...,.':,', 0 I .,.. ,'"; ,.' .., ,:: f;, .... 0 -,. No Biddei'ma'y' withdraw his -Bid : for_.'a period of. thiftY . {30) .. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF : .. .. r. _:, . . :! -; ... ., -.... .. w days after the Qate set for the opening of the B id s . : . HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA ...J -: ; . . : 5 ContraGt9rs to bid this subject to an MARYELLEN EllA ';. m Action Plan as jdentified with SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Parking Lot Attendant the btddmg documents ;"'"" : . : >.: W .. ; ._ '\ -:.; _: \ r . :,. .. .. i-,_ ! f !' _:..;. i :?: . .. ... ... .. < .. '. ,_ . W ante d Needed 40 Hours CPR/First Aide . i--:-t:--.. --, .. : Full Time . Please Catr .: The School of Hillsborough County reserves right . . (813} 486-5481 ,,: to award the Btd to the lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive Positions Available .': Shirt Presser Will Train Work ,-any irregularity in a .nY Bid and to reject any and all rece1ved. _. ... : . Now Hiring Connie's Place 2916 North 34th Street Call (B1l) 237-8771 Call (813) 77s-a54o Between The Hours Of 'r' ,' THE SCHOOL BOARD OF ,,_ . Dishwasher, Cook ______ ____, _, 6:00 9:00 p ; m. Day Care . Leave Your Name And HII,.LSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA I "J' I : Teachers '' Infants Toddlers And NUf!1ber And Waitress NIARYELLEN EllA .. : OF SCHOOLS \ No Phone Calls Please IIi Pre:.schoolers Wante,d Immediately :. Must Have ExperienCe ''" Plus 40 Hours Training And Supervisors, Cleaning .. ;-Tl'ansportation . ,' :, TechnLcians, Arid : ... .. -c ... F loor Tee hnici aris : Call ,. Must Have A.Ciean Criminal .. ;.. :t NEED \Gobo S ECRETARY -" ' ,. . : . dependable drives as inde6 : 00 p m. -' be above a \(erage computer : .-: ... commensurate with experience. ... :.; ... DL, own .. : . ... . ,._.,. J.. . ' . . ,, . , . -:::'P . ,. 1 vehicle with Insurance ancf .. "' < . .... : ... . ::. .. ,)i: cellphone .y :".FAl(YOURADS2411'.. and : fax: Resume to. (813)' .. -... .. , . . . .. . ,. : . Call Willie. '!" -. E mail. ";", --:, :-7" .:;, .. .:.. ..:.. _.:...::._..:___;,_. '.:...;' , At (813.) :: . '. : ., '.

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. .... .... -XR .. ::c&:! iiiiiiiiiiiiiii -, .. I e: (813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248 9218 ,..., u. 0 INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for INSTALLATION OF FIELD LIGHTS FOR THE SOFTBALL FIELD AT BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL and for the INSTALLATION OF LIGHTS FOR THE GYMNASIUM AT BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM, Tuesday. March 13. 2007. (The mailing address _is P. 0 Box 3408, Tampa, Florida 33601 ) Bids will not be after 3:00 PM of the .above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud In the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor ofthe School Administrative .. l '; .. ''. '! ... C'Qntractors may bid either job or both jobs. The owner reserves'the divide the jobs. . -. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. : : : i : ., Ttiere will be a Non manda.ory Pre-Bid Meeting on Tuesday, February 27, 10:00 am at Brandon High School; 1101 Victoria Street, Brandon, FL 33510. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. A photo identification will need to be presented at this time. and specifications may be obtained from the Architect/Engineer. Complete information regarding bidding documents and other information may be obtained from the Architect/Engineer: Carastro & Associates, Inc. 2609 W. De Leon Street Tampa, Florida 33609 813-87 4-9494 ., ., No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after set for bid opening THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA v -.. -=-4" .':.r ... ... :i: .. .;. ..... .... ,.. MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS tiOI\IJE : ... t Youlhloli>lr.s,y'-Our Credit low Down Payment . lease 2 Purch a se Irvin (813) 965-5413 Temple Terrace Beauty 7701 Leon Avenue 3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms Complete R e modeled Sale Pric e $175,900 Call Now! (305) 652-9393 ..... J;90jl; Palm River :f, 4 B e droom/1 1/2 Bath Completely Renovated New Electrical, Plumbing, CHA ,. Also New Roo f $155 000 ' ca11 Clair Mel Home For Sale 1330 Windsor Way 33619 ::I: Totally Renovated3/1 New Tile/Carpet No Money Down $1,000 Per Call Floyd (813) 727-6728 Homes Special .. FHA-VA Program$: ,;1 . : ow n A Two, Three, . Bedroom Home i Mariy Areas & Sizes l Free Pre-Qualifying i -: :' .. Walter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 New Construction Just Completed 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car Garage 2,166 Sq Ft. Vessel Bowl Sinks Hardwood Floors Gran i te Counter Tops Stainless Steel Appliances Builder Pay Closing Cost N () () .... -n r-0 c > C/) m z $199,000 .. ::::!' (813) 477-6447 : -' z Or (813) 477-6449 : ;; L-----.;__,--'--------'1 I For Sale $500 Cash Back@ Closing Buying Incentive r 0 Down Deals With 25k+ Equity Tampa Heights -. . -. m c: r rm ::::! z "'D c: m r-(j) ::I: large Master, Vaulted m Ceilings + Front & Back 0 Porches, CHA, Nice !;2 Backyard Appraised @ m $190k Whole Sale Price :_ @$163k,. : -t c: 34th Street m 3/1 Currently Rented : Great tst Time Or ?< Investment Property Zoned > Other Deals Available BUY 0 Down Call (813) 7311014 Home Run Real Estate Inc Temple Terrace $ 144,000 Temple Terrace Duplex Section 8 Oecupied $174,000 00 Lie Realtor Ainsley Daux (813) 546 1954 -, p ,:. .. .. www dauxfloridahom e s com z c -n ::u c ?< ':'3/f A/C $99,000 OBO 3/2 -X Acre land For All Your Classified Needs Contact $115,000 4 / 2 Garag e Hug e lot $189 ,000 4/2 & 1/1 In Ground Pool $194,000 4/211 2 / 2 Screened lan a i ;. f. .. ; . (813) 630 9827 LaVora @ (813) 24a-1 $21 o r Email ledwards@flsen tinel.com CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENT RATE $8.00 -1-20 WORDS 50 FQR EACH ADDITIONAL WORDOVER20 :D . T HIS PRIC E IS EA CH iftME'.: -: YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD (j) m N ...a.

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c a: LL c z < c fl) w :;) t-w > w c w ::I: .. (813) 248-1921 . Bloek Home 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Home Warranty 1,800 Sq. Ft. $189,000 Call Laura (813) 546-3552 Ann Thompson & Associates Realty 1815 E. Diana $950 00 Monthly $950 00 Deposit Please Call (813) 310-8399 $234.00/Monthly 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath FORECLOSURE 5% Down, 20 Years @8%APR .Call 1-800-749-8168 xR592 Progress Village 3/1, CHA, WID Hook-up, Ceramic/Vinyl Tile Throughout $860 00/Monthly . Section Welcome Mark (813) 376-9106 fl) ::; m :;) a.. 3416 East 28th Ave z Tampa House for Rent ti 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath ..J Wash/Dryer Hookup S $950 00/Month m $500 00/Deposit ..J Call 813-9&2..0044 w z i= z W fl) Ill( C < Q:. g LL Rent Or Rent To Own 3/1 3414 East 22nd Or. 3/2 802 East North Bay i. : Nice Hous e s Quiet N e ighborhood A Section 8 Welcome! Call813-931-6888 For Appointment Call (813) 245-2073 1 B e droorn/1 Bath Includes WSG, + Electric! $600 Monthly + Security Deposit 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath, Includ e s WSG + E lectric! $800 Monthly + S ecurity Deposit Drive by 9610 N Aster St. Then Call Sanders Realty (813) 263-6460 GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY CALL LaVORA @ (813) 248 1921 FOR DETAIL S USF 2 Bedroom Townhorne Vaulted Ceiling, Carpet Tile NC, WID Hook-up, Patio Water Included Section 8 OK $695 00 Call (813) 220-3633 3923 W. Pine St. Lincoln Gardens 4/2 CORNER -BLOCK $1,1 00. 00/MONTHL Y 1ST & lAST + SECURITY CALL APRIL (813) 506-4363 Rent To Own No Credit Check North Seminole Heights 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Oversized Lot Free Vacation For Two Call 813-333-6886 Beautiful Large 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Like New, CHA, Tile Fenced Yard Bring Your Deposit! Won't Last! Call (813) 245-7009 Today! USF Area. . Spac i ous Townhouse 2 Bedrooms/1% Baths CHA, Utility/Laundry Room Private Patio Available 2/1/07 Rent $750 00 Section 8 OK (813) 968-1168 2 Bedroom Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Screened F ront Porch CHA, Very Nice $850 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Call (813) 690-2833 Available 3/1/07 3102 E Shadowlawn Ave. 3 Bedrooms/1 B a th Laundry Room, Fenced Yard $900.00/MonthiY. Security Deposit 1st And Last Month Rent Background C heck $ 5 0 .00 Non-R e fundabl e Call (813) 789-0760 251517th Avenue Newly Remodeled 2 Story 4/2 Living Room, Dining Room, L a rg e Kitch e n Mod e m Upgr a des $ 7 00/$1400 (813) 248-6753 St. Luke A.M.E.C. Office Hours 10 a m.-2 p.m. Monday -Thursday CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 Newly Remodeled 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath Big Yard, CHA Section 8 Okay Call813-716-8252 Lutz Home 2 Large Bedrooms/1 Bath Spacious Garage Big Yard, Nice area Section 8 Only Call (813) 994-6627 Section 8 Tenant Wanted 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath Family Home Available Now Call (813) 960-4203 Home For Rent 6216 N. 38th Street River Grove 3/1 With New Tile Floors Very Large Lot $1, 100 Per Month Call (813) 727-6728 East Tampa Spacious 2/1, CHA, Fireplace, Sprinklers Fenced, WID Hoo kup Water Included $950 .00 Monthly +$950 00 Deposit Phone (813) 451-9624 Homes For Immediate Occupancy 4/1 3507 N 1Oth Street 4/1 8216 N. B r ooks St $1000 00 Deposit Rent Starts at $1200 .00 Section 8 Welcome For More Information Contact Us At 813217-8906 First Time Home Buyers Call Ainsley Daux (813) 546-19 .54 Home Run Real Estate Lie Realtor Find Out How Much Home You Qualify For Call Laura Williams Mllllnlum Funding Group For Fast Friendly Professional Service (813) 731-7285 Search All Of T he Current Li s ting s !7re e At www realtormikewilliams.com Mike Williams Signature Realty Associates (813) 731-7285 . OPEN HOUSE Tuesday March 6th 10:00 a.m. -1 :00 p.m. Apartment For Rent 2912 E. Columbus, Unit 2 2 Bedrooms/2Baths 877 Sq Ft, Washer/Dryer No Pets, Deposit And 1st Months Rent-$850 .00 Efficiencies & One Bedroom Apartmarents Some With River Views Call For Current Specials 813-237-3984 River Place Apartments Apartment 2406 East 12th Avenue 1 Bedroorn/ 1 Bath N i ce And Clean, CHA $475 00/Rent $475.00/ Deposit Call_ (813) 237-5990 Large 2nd Floor Apartment 4 Bedrooms/1% Baths 1 500 sq ft. Tile Bonus Room Por'cti Separate Laundry Room Ready Mar c h 1st $1,200/Monthly .. $500/Security Deposit Section 8 OK Tele: (813) 973-2341 DUPLEXE Section 8 Accepted Bri ng Deposit Won't Last 2/1 CHA Huge Yard Close To Downtown Call Today (813) 245-7009 Duplex 1504 E. 138th Avenue 3/1, CHAW/D Hook-Up $775 00/Month $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal Call (813) 261-7538 Or 503-0493 Rooms For Rent $100.00/Per Week $100.00/Deposit 55 & Up Preferred Call (813) 241-4158 Fu ll y Remod!aled Rooms For Rent $ 1 10 00 Wee k l y Call1-800-890-7639 Private Room For Rent Kit c h _en Privileges .__ _____ $500 00/Monthly Section 8 Perferred. 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile F loors Larg e Yard W/D Hook-Up' (813) 230-8968 Duplex 2 Bedrooms CHA $65 0 00/Monthly $ 3 00 .00/D eposit (813) 690-2833 Available 3-1-07 2 Large Bedrooms/1 B ath W/D Hook Up, Clean & Nice, Large Backya r d $750 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit (813) 238-6607 Section 8 Only Duplex -In Special 3 Bedrooms Nice Area CHA Wash e r/Dryer Hook -Up La rge Fe nced B a ckya rd Call (813) $200 00/Depos i t .. .. Contact (813) 690-2833 :Fixed Income, Room Special 1010 E. 22nd Avenue $325 00/Month Includes All Utilities Washer And Dryer On Pre mises R B : t a13J77 o 2o 2 5 f \ '\' ,, -. 2917 East 21st Avenue No Drugs, Very Nice Neighborhood, Cable, CentraiNC, $14 0 -$150 Per Week I n cludes Utilities APO Enterprises (813) 495-9757 (813) 516-2763 Rooms For Rent 4 Year Old tfPttW.. 2 Bedrooms $150.00 E ach 1 Bedroom Bath room Included $18 5.00 ,, Cal! (813 ) 846-394 7 1 l

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 IMtrMti i' ;I ;J 3: i -ll-Nice Unfurnished rooms CHA, House Privileges Males Preferred $200.00 Deposit $450.00 Per Month Phone (813) 661-4292 Rooms F _or Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Dnig Free : $125.00/Weekly $125 00/Depos!t Call (813) 624-8540 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Boom For Rent $110 .00-$150. 00 Per Week Call 247-4724 West Tampa . Rooms For Rent -.. Newly .Remodeled Full Kitchen, -Fumished . $ao:oo -$1 oo.oo Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Furnished Clean Quiet Rooms $120 00 Weekly CHA, Cable1Utilit1es ; On Bus Line Honda CIVIS 94' $600.00 Police Impounds For Listing Call 1-800-749-8167 Ext. K027 $500.00 Police Impounds! Honda's, Chevy's Toyota's, Etc. From $500 00 For Listing Call 1-800-749-8167 Ext. 3695 Your Dreams Answered Lifetime Membership To Costal Vacations For Less Than The Cost Of A One-Time Cruise For Two Dream Business Opportunity With $2 '000-$9000 Monthly Income Call1-800-676-0218 Or http : l/earlkdavissr moneytrave l timefreedom com Efficiencies Also Available .. <;.C.'s Carpet Cleaning . .. 1: Call (813) Or (813) 902-1351 Just Like Home Leave Message Immediate Response First Week Rent .' 1-3. Rooms ONLY-No Hidden -ca11 (813) 626-7303 C +. Security < ... $100.00-$150.00/Weekly Furnished And (813) 325-4330 Cell .. I . js13) .. . : ... 2928 N. 18th Street Room Fo r Outstanding Cleaning I?-, : ,. ..,55 Years .A.._ nd Older Preferre d $120 00'/Weekly $120 .00/Dep<;>sit ,.. -... No Job Too Big Or Small Outstanding Cleaning Do e s It All . . i -Residential, Commercial, Construction etc. Call Christian Perspn Has Rooms For Rent., $110 00/Rent $11 o DO/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed .Call Mike (813) East Tampa 2 Rooms For Rent Weekly Bi-Weekly Monthly Call (813) 988-7361 Licensed & Insured Letarell's Cleaning Service Commercial, Residential And Construction Clean Up Hou s e Cleaning & Party Cleaning Top Notch Cbmputer Service Repairs, Upgrades, Virus Control And More "Service You Can Trust" FREE Piano Must Pick-Up Call Tony (813) 695-7813 MAKE YOUR NEXT VACATION OR FAMILY CE,LEBRATION A CRUISE CALL GLORIA FOR GREAT RATES !11!1 813-973-1 080 'WV-f'N.lhesunandfuncruises.com FREE DENTAL Adults & Children Cleanings, Fil .lings Extractions I '""' "' 813-980-9070 All Mighty Stone & Fencing Offering A Complete Line Of Stone And Fence Work Including Stone Fireplaces, Chain Link Fences, And B O.B. Fenc, Etc Call (386) 532-8080 Harris Flooring Laminate Tile And Hardwood Floors Professionally Installed Rates Call For Free Estimates (813) 516-0153 Licensed & Insured Facing Foreclosure! We Have Loans ForYou And You Can Stay In Your Home Call 813-833-5097 Avoid Foreclosure Behind On Payments? Save Your Credit! . We Can Help ': Caii.Today (813) 728-4182 DON'T LET THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL . YOUR HOUSEl. We Will Buy Your Junk Cars, Trucks And Vans Call Penny (813) 621-0163 We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ For Junk Cars, Trucks Vans And Motorcycles Running Or Not We Pick Up Any -Junk Metal For FREE! Phone (813) 695-2438 "We Do Best For Less" MAC DADDY Lawn Service Hauling And Clean-Up Phone (813) 245-9761 $750.00/Monthly We Buy .... .. CaU (813) Forclosure Homes ... rL--___., ___ ---Cash In }. I> .. .-. -DNA Paternity Testing -seeour Full Page A(f'ln .. ;...--_ B-, a;:;:..y_C-ity_E_Ik-'s-L-od_g_e _ _, : Legal or personal The Sentinel ; ':'... : 29th Street & available . Results in just ww\v.rehabberSsuperstore.com c;olumbiis Drive -.. 3 DAYS.' No Collection Fees (813) 227-9240 ;; .RentaU:tai( : .. ._: '. Available_ in Tampa.,. , BLOOD! paymentoptiof:ls, '.: Buy Houses (813) labl '" -:-. ... Th G d. T h B d ava1 e ,.,. .."' . e oo e a http: //dnatestingsolutions .com ,, & The Ugly .... -'l,, DNA Testing Solutions_ 972 N. Florida Avenue (813) 915-0000 POWER-ONE ELECTRICAL SERVICES All You r E lectric a l Needs Free E stimates Lighting Wiring Circuit Breakers STOP FOREClOSURES! >. You Keep Your Home .. Estate Sales & Lea se Options Call Us Today! Homeowner Consultant 813 245-2580 813-630-9008 ' Lingeri e Models Needed Please Call (813) 873-9402 -And Leave A Message . : For All Your Classified Needs Contact LaVora@ (813) 248-1921 Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com .. PUBLICATION DEADLINES: 1 1 F umished/1 Unfurhished No Drugs, Utilities Included, Washer/Dryer Kitchen, Living Room Access, Near Busline $500 Down/$500 Month Per Room For More Info Call (813) 728-3538 (813) 900-6802 Convenient Servic e Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p.m. t 813-416-1184 :,. .. .. Or 954-559-2232 Llcesnsed, Bonded. & Insured Lie# 182832 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENT RATE $8.00 1 -20 WORDS 50 F OR EA CH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2 0 THIS PRIC E IS EACH TIM E YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Call Marcus Smalls (813) 625-6699 Llc#470392 Friday Edition Tuesday@ 3:00 .. . I "' o ' :-_, ' \ .. J. FOR ACCEPT . r AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE I c: m CJ) c !!1:: )> ;:Q 0 :I: en N 0 0 ...... .... G) m N w

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX ( 813) 248-9218 > 02-I.L.' c z c( c 0 w '. ;:) Loans .EA.ii Money Good Credit/Bad Credit No Problem Call Van Stephens 1-888-25$-0314 Sage Properties Group, LLc Cash In 3 Days For Your House Ready To Sell Promptly Call Floyd 813-727-6728 100% MORTGAGES Bad Credit OK Consolidate High Interest Credit Cards Save Hundreds Monthly *We Have The 50-Year Mortgage *Interest Only Available Call Today And Have A Loan Offer In Hours (813) 597-3290 -... t> .: .0:: . H And T Masonry 2 w 0 Sidewalks, Patios, . en Ceramic Tile And ::i Plumbif1g ID Call Ell (813) 325-4643 z t= : L ic #022650 --w ___ __.J j :::J ID - N '" DJ's HOME REPA!R -,. .. : Give UsACall No Job. Is Too Small Notary Service Drywall '. Ceramic Tile, Driveways Plumbing Home Additions And Morel ... 112779 : .....----....;.._ ______ . PAINTING & l ns!alled Low Prices. .. !40 Years ... .. l 813-626-2463 813-300-4100 Cell# Lie# 122337 ,, HOME REPAIRS c arpentry ; Sheet Rock Doors, Locks, Windows .. Painting, Tile Room Addition RemOdelin -g, etc Call (813) 416-6183 . Or Lie# 2110004117 t' : TRYU FIRST HOME REPAIR HOME IMPROVEMENT DOOR LOCKS BATHROOM REMODELING ROOM ADDITIONS WINDOWS REPLACEMENT ROOF/SOFFIT ECT. 813-643-6594 OR 813-270-2611 Lie.# 16714500002 Micros Short Hair : : $65 Micros Long Hair $85 Body Plaits $95 Com Rows $65 Weaves $65 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 SPECIALS Full Sets Pedicures $15 00 $15.00 Eyelash Extensions $30. 00 Pony Tails & Wraps $20.00 Body Wraps $25.00 Superior Hair & Body Studio (813) 930-2361 Ebonlque Hair -'-& Braids Micro's $85 & Up Relaxer j .. $40 & Up Quick Weave $40 & up_ Wash-N-Set $25 & Up Sew-Ins _$50 & Up Pony Tails $2 5 & Up Braids & Up Call For Consult (813) 900-141 4 Don't Be Fooled : By Others Cash In 3 Days For Your House Phone (813) 72"1-6728 I, The Home Investors Group Inc. We Buy Houses Cash You Can Have The Cash You Need In 4 days _, Pho!'e (813) 7.63-(SOLD) 1-'. 7653 tl w i 1.__. _.r . ,, \ WARNING!!!!! Since running my "3 Days Cash For Your Home" ad there have been reports of other copy.-cat real estate investors trying to manipulate people with empty offers of _quick cash and fast closings. There are few legitimate Tampa companies that can honor such offers.-Rehabbers Superstore is the real deal. Before you lose any vai!Je in your home ask the investor to-provide the following: / 1) References: As I< to talk with. people who have recently sold them their home. Spiritual W9rker 1-800-648-2993 Luck, Love,Money Remove Evil Spells Bad Luck, Witch Craft Cross Conditions Unnatural Sickness Money Blessings Donation $25.00 Maste( All Cases Help In 24 Hours GET COLLECT CALLS FROM JAIL On your cell phone, home phone, or neighbors phone. Get $25.00 in FREE Collect Calls you sign up. Public Assisted Households Get home phone service for ONLY $18.49 +tax & fees . Ne_w Service $38.00 plus Rev.Henry Jackson processing P.O. Box 17049 ' Ch I .... : No credit Cttttckl '-----a_r...;..ott_e_,_N_C_2_8_22_7_---J _.' . -. Call .. Jamaican West .Indian -Father Samuel : _, 2121 W. Colonial Drive Orlando, Florida 32804 Known Around Ttie World .. 222 ; 095 : .... .. o;orop.By .. 3922 N. Central Avenue . MetroPCS Talk All You Want> LOcal Only 2) Proof of Funds: Ask them to prove they have the cash to close quickly. Many investors use a "Quick Cash Fast Closing" tactic to get you to sign on the line, then they run around town trying to find someone to buy their contract As The Best! IfI Can't Help You, It Can't. Be Done Specializing In Court Cases, Jinx Removal. From The : 3) Occupational License: Are they legitimate? Ask for a copy of their occupational license. Af the Rehabber's Superstore_ we have the cash to buy; -and we can close all deals in 3 d _ays. More importantly, we can provide you with our credentials. See our full page ad in the Florida Sentinel to learn. more, or visit our website at: Www.rehabbersSuperstore.ciorri (813) 728-8107 Kenny Rushing DON'T LET THOSE : OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSEl we Buy Forclosure Homes ca sh In 3 Days ...... See .our. Full Page Ad In. The Florida Sentinel. www.rehabberssuperstore,com (813) 227-,9240 Sister Davis Spiritualist Healer Solves All Problems, Reunites Lovers, Remove Evil, Bad Luck Spells Re stores Nature, Luck, Health, Happiness Gives Lucky N umbers Call For A Free Reading . 1-888-353-2149 . Body, Restores Health; Happiness, Peace, Love And Finances. Remember "With God All Things Are :Possible". : If You Truly. Want To Be . Delivered, Meet Me At . The: \ ; . .. Ramada ln n Trash Cleanup .. . Tree Trimming And : .. Removal Or Any Other Hauling CheapestRates No Job Too Big .:,, Of Too Small :;, \' Calt'(S13) 285-4674 -: ,1 . 11714 Morris Bridge Road .11"1 lt,xi}i fJI I'll Be In Tampa On The ... , 9th & 10th of March 2007. SeeYou .Therel '. Sage Properties ; ; t.. Group, LLC Need To Sell '(our. House? THE HIGH PRIEST . Cash Deals In 3 Days OF BLESSINGS www: sellpromptly.com (REV. DR CHAUNCEY) . .. -P. 0. BOX 1167 . _Call Floyd GA 30903 '. .. '' ._ (813) 727-6728 HELP LINE . . ..., .... ( 706 ) .. THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSEl .: Cash In 3 Days For Your House 1 Way 1 Day Guaranteed Blessings. I Can Help You, If You First Help Yourself. Call God's Man With : All Problems, Luck, Money Blessings, Love, CrossedSee Our F ull Page Ad in The Florida Sentinel. Conditions, : Witch Crafts I'll Answer These Questions: Can I Get My Wife Or Husband Back? Can My Luck Be Changed For The Better? Can I E!e Blessed VIJith Big .. Money? '!' www.rehabber5superstore.com . (813) 227-9240 :: Call oi;_ Write me TQday1 -r :: -!!"""' I Can mMU things Through: ., If Christ Wtllch Strenghtens Me Runs 'Dry PHIL4:13 I _See What i Say I Say What I See. I Handle All Cases Luck Package Donation $!18.00 : .... 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t BUSINESS DIRECTORY -t c m (/) c > .:< !: )> ;;a 0 :I: en ATTORNEY ATTORNEY ATTORNEY The Law Offices of WARREN DAWSON BRYANT A,. SCRIVEN, ESQ. WHIDDEN BROWN P.L. ATTORNEY AT lAW Personal Injury Wrongful Death ,;_ Criminal Law , CIUitUNALDEFENSE FAMILY PERSONAL INJURY DIVORCE ':VOP's DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG !RIMES MODIFICATIONS DRIVER'S LICENSE ISSUES ALL MISDEMEANORS ALL FELONIES CALL: (8 m 454-4189 24n I CONSULTATIONS AVAll..ABLE ATTORNEYS AT LAW MIAMI-TAMPA Criminal Defen se Bond Motions P Probation Violations State and Federal Drug Offenses (813) 27 2-2200 Sex Offenses DUIIBUI Appeols 3.850 3.800 11 W. D(. M.L.KiNG BLVD: STE. 100, TAMPA, FL 33607 Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando County 402 East 7th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33602 n)e hirU.lgof a lawyer is an impctta.nt decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. you decide:, o.sk. us to scud you free written infonnation about our qU.alificatiom and experience. Freelnfonnation Concenoing Qualifications & Experience Awilabie Upon Request. TI1e Hiring Of An Atton>ey Is An lmpm:tant Deciswn 1l1at Should Not Be Based Solely Upon Advertisements. Before You Decide Ask Us To Send.You Wriuen fnfonnatiou ... 1[ Sentinel Bulletin AMERICA'.S FOREMa<.i' SEM I'NEEKLY "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' (813) 248-1921 ATTORNEY ATTORNEY AT LAW 1112 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33602 info@jjhlaw.net JOYNER &-JORDA-N-HOLMES 813.229.9300 Bond Motions - Felony Traffic Warrants VOP Personal Injury 3111 W. MLK Ste. 100 Tampa, FL BONDSMAN .. l: Credit Available -24 Hr Service Federal County Traffic DUI" Drugs PERSONAL INJURY I WILLS & ESTATES I REAL ESTATE I MEDIATION 813) 774-1800" chuckgreene@hotmail.com [=) The hirtng of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based upon adevertlsements. Before you decide, us to.send you free wr1tten about our qualification and ldYMiscn\U\b. Bel.xe )OU dec:i:dc. ut Ul to sCild you !me '!'11m Wlbmaalca ah:u BONDSMAN BONDSMAN BONDSMAN .CharlesRussell BAIL BONDS Courteous & Confidential 24Hour -. . . Dependable (813) .. GEORGE.E SHAW IL BONDS 1,' Hillsborough County (813) 247-5092 . Polk County 328 Dorsett Ave. (863) 678-077 Lake Wales, FL 33853 Toll Free 1-877-437-2663 BONDSMAN HOME INVESTORS Free Your Body! Will Follow Annie M. Lockley Agent I Owner 7402 N. 56th Street Office (81.3) 980-1600 Swite-8-1 0 Tam FL Cell 624-5625 -;cash closing 4 oav Closfnil Same oav oner We will put up a non.ftrundlble deposit or $2500.00 to show In g?.'d faith lhat WI closevour proiJirtv. Dont wail, call or email Todav! The Home Investors Group, Inc. I I FREDDIE WILSON Managing General Agent 5006 E. B..Oadway Cell-(813) John 3:16 For God so loved lht world, that He gave hls onb beiOittn Son, bell..th In him Should not perish, but hiVI .-tasttnalfw. .... N 0 0 ...... 'TI r 0 :!:! c )> (/) m z ::! z m r .I m c r r !!l z "tJ c m r Ci5 ,:I: m c m, < m ::z:J -< -1 c m (J) C )> z c 'TI ::z:J -c """

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New-Initiative Puts Man 'In Pnson For 15Years "Project Safe Neighborhoods," aU. S. Department of Justice initiative,. played an important role in the sen tencing of a Plant City man last week. ; : . . ; Tahonie Joyce, 27, ed guilty December 15, 2006 to charges of possession of a controlle:d :suhstance .with intetit -tb ,.distribute an p6s-session. of a : TAHONIE JOYCE . CRIME NEWS ., . -;;:-.:;---Victim In South Tampa Shooting Dies . died : --------Arrest Made In Thonotosassa Murder .. . .. ... . JUUAN'CARVER JOHNNIE DEE JACKSON,'m In :Min-ch 2006, searched a home and found marijuana., cocaine. and a handgun; The. home belonged to Joyce, authori ties said . Project .Safe Neighborhoo . Whim police arrived, they yard :on Lewis ::.Road in .. in a shooting.':' . . < found Tedric Maynard, 25, Thortotosassa. .. --Fa:riiHi rti'embers :-of z Man Arrested for Keeping Girl n . -..':.Car:For2 Weeks_. laying in the roadway with. Authorities arrested Carver didn'Vwant to com-gunshot wounds to. his Johnnie JS:ckson, ill,: .nient oii the shooti:p.g," m .. upper body. ; 22, o:ri a charge of second-. have contacted Everett-Derr r" Ma:Yn.ard was transported degree murder. and Anderson 'Funeral Home' ST. PETERSBURG Acc o-rding to the St. .Petersburg Beach_ Police I .... .-' .. ':i ,.,..,.._ ...,:7 a .loc!llliospitaliuid Accordin(.to ... r-. reported to be .in critiCiu but. . . J;; ... a.-.17:-year-old girl sp'eiit rin1ch of the 'last . two weeks imprison ed in' her' ,. boyfriend's car: : : : .. . .. : Police s .aid Kenneth Brown,. 20, worked 8-hour shifts at the Trade Winds Islands Resorts in the hotel housekeeping .. while he his girlfriend to wait in the bac'kseat of:the car -i ...... .. . Police said Brown beat KENNETH BROWN th girl. severely and. on . Friday morniilg, she couldn't bahery. He is. walk. : Later that day; the bei;ng held on $50,000 bond. tim called out to a passerby Police said the victim had who ca!ried her out of the living with Brown for car and called police. .. 5 months and had been . Brown. was 'arrested eri several times before Frid!iY She is being treated .... .. : ... ;. ... false' :'arid': at a 'local i, .. .' CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN . :NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 259-4444 Former Asst Attorney for Florida Former Hill"borough County Prosecutor . The hi_ring of a lawyer i s an that not be ba.-:ed solely upon advertisetnenlll Before you d&1cde, to send you free written infonnation about our qualifications and experience. .... stable condition. However : ;: .. ta(officials .:.In :ACC. id8iit. ., Black' male,. medium . X : _"::. . . ifi height; medium build; and ST. PETERSBURG tow-c last seen wearing a ted hat .. St., Peters.ourg Police ing_.a._ta: n-m and red shirt. . . :: Tr8ffic Section dem wheel rii . > reports a teenager .wilshit oy:!. t r a iJ e r killed. ... '.:s: so.uth 'li! o n ''forey. A Hull, 'i7, 'was .the: saine C: .... .., ........... : walk:i .ng with a frien. d 6n th. e street. m sidewalk of 43rd Police said C : So\\th. Donald L. B r o o m made a wide TOREY )> right turn IJULL .. : .. onto. 8th: . ':1'1 "Avenue, 'so.uth: Hull's friend ll saw the truck turning in 6 fr.ont of them and stopped, _,...,,.,"" ;. but Hull did not. : ot ... Hull wasknocked to the ... ground and run over by the rear 4 tire' s of the iraiier bei:Qg towed 'He_, was traris- porte d to B ayfront Hospital -and was pronounced dead later that night. : Hull was a Boca Ciega High SchooL i No charges have fii e d in the accident.

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