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Celebrating 62 Years In The ....-.... --.--. ;., I o m : ,e. issing Teen's F ear s F r Her Safety SEE STORIES ON PAGE 23-A E. Tampa Clean-Up Set For llarch 14th SEE PAGE 1 0-A 'Top. Model' Ha Tampa Connection . SEE PAGE 12-A Hospital Imposter Being Investigated SEE P AGE 23A Suspect Sought In Stabbing SEE 23A GARY AD ULT H I GH SCHOOL CELEBRATES DIV ER S ITY . Anyone visitlng' the campus of Gary Adult High School on Friday, February 16 2007 would have been surpri s ed to see faculty and staff adorned in their ethnic attire, s etting the table with ethnic food and severa l classroom s and tbe main office were dressed with artifacts from vario u s countries. This was the school's first Multicultural, Food, Fashio.n Artifact Festiva l The event was introduced by Assistant Principal, D r Shirley Harvey center, who was also Coordinator. She Is with Todd Bowden left, Principal and Elsa Tuggle, Director of It Educ a tion (Pho tograph by S ylve ster Harris)

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..... 0 0 N FEATURES a) :I: 0 a: < :E Scott Elected To City Council; Miller Prepares For Citywide Runoff . . BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Hillsborough Commission. County Rev. Thomas Scott and 0 incumbent City Council fE Chair Gwen Miller both Gwen Miller will face Joe Redner in a runoff electio:p for the District 1 citywide seat. Redner has run for public office six previous times unsuccessfully, and Miller has been on the Tampa City Council since 1995. 0 a: L&. 0 z < c en w :;:) ..... > a: w > w c w :I: en ::::i m :;:) a. z t= w ...J ...J :;:) m ...:. w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J I.L. < I N w e, realize that they have hard work ahead of them. Rev. Scott won the race for the Tampa City Council District 5 seat, defeating Lynette "Tracee" Judge and interim City Councilman Frank Reddick. His focus now .turns to improving District 5, which includes East Tampa, an area he served for 10 years on the" "I'm proud that I was elected to be in the runoff. I've already started working and getting prepared for the runoff election," said Miller. "I expected there to be a rurioff simply because there Official Accused Of 14 Election Violations BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Last month during their regular meeting, members of the Florida Elections Commission found probable cause that a Hillsborough County Commissioner had violated 14 election laws during his campaign for office. As a result of the civil ruling, he couLd face up to $38,000 in fines. According to the Florida Elections Commission website, its me.mbers voted 7-0 that Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White lied about using campaign contributions to pur-chase clothing. White purchased clothing valuedat more than $6,000 while campaigning for office . When questioned about the purchases. in which some of the checks were made payable to Bob Robins, of. Belmont Clothier Men's Wear. White said at the time that he felt the purchases were within the guidelines. However, he later repaid the KEVIN WHITE Hillsborough County Commissioner money. In a July 2005 campaign finance report, White report edly wrote some of the checks to Robbins Consulting or Robert Robbins When contacted by the Sentinel, White said, "I am seeking legal advice. I'm look ing forward to getting this behind m e and focusing on bigger issues." He has 30 days to respond to the findings. The Commission launched the investigation after receiving a complaint from Lawrence R. Schuler.. WARREN .DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. Tlte Hiring 01 A I s An lmponant Decision That Should Hot Be Basad Soletw Upon Adverdsements. Before Youoaclde. Ask The send You free Information About Their Qualifications And (Mpertence. THOMAS SCOTT .... Elected to Tampa City Council, District 5. were a lot of candidates. Now its time to get out, and let people know where I stand on the issues that face our city." GWEN MILLER .... Will face Joe Redner In March 27th runoff election for District 1 citywide seat. Miller received 7,333 votes (27%), and Redner gathered 6,304 votes (23%). A candidate needs 51 percent to have an outright victory. The Let your home give you the lift y _. . other candidates, Rick Barcena, Randy Baron, Denise Chavez and Julie Jenkins didn't receive more than 15 percent of the vote. Scott received an outright victory by gaining 51 percent of the vote, with Reddick receiving 36 percent. "I feel very good about being to the Tampa City Council. There was a lot of hard work put into this campaign, a lot of knocking on doors, but I :.am thankful the people ofthis.district saw fit for me to be named tO the City Council," said Scot( "I want to meet with the East Tampa business community to see how we can bring more economic development and jobs to the area." fifth Third Equity FlexlineM Prime Minus Now, you can turn all your ha .rd work into a better tomorrow with a Fifth :rhird Equity Flex line. Borrow up to 100% of your home's equity to off .high-interest bills, for home improv ements, higher education or a long-awaited vacation. I t's a well earned bonus. Call 1-813-306-2553 or walk in any Fifth Third Banking Center location today. FIFTH THIRD BANK www.53.com to
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FEATURE 'T1 ::0 c Mayor's Disparity Task Force Committee. Concludes Meetings s: > ::0 0 ::::t On Thursday night, the Mayor's Disparity Study Task Force Committee had their last meeting on the 35 recommendations, and preparing a final draft to present to the City Council. SOL DAVIS, JR. formally requesting this Task Force to do so." Robinson has signed with the City of Tampa in 2002, 2004 and 2006 guaranteeing him contracts, but has gotten no task orders. "The ordinance should have some. penalty for violators of the ordinance: In addition, there should be some requirement in the city staffers job descriptions so when annual performance reviews are done, performance and adherence to the WMBE ordinance be considered in the employ ee's performance review. "I think what you'te doing is great, but I speak for my firm and the fact that we are being discriminated against. A race conscious program for construction needs to be put in place now." City of Tampa Manager Darrell Smith said they are committed to helping small and minority owned businesses and they want dialogue from anyone on how they N do their job better or what o they're doing wrong. "The City Attorney and staff will respond to Mr. Robinson's concerns immediately." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentineLcom. be listed for the selection .------------------'-----------------------'----, City of Tampa WMBE Manager Greg Hart, said he hopes they will be able to reach resolution on the comments from the recommendations. "Our purpose was to respond to' the recommendations proposed by the study and discuss strategy for implementation. I think we accomplished that." Hart identified 6 areas of concern that the committee gave special attention to. Those concerns were: to make sure participation is maximized and all procurement i:s analyzed; minimize financial barriers that hinder participation; enforce program monitoring; legislate accountability; a management system,. and increase outreach and marketing to the small business community. Hart said the comments made during the meetings by the committee will be the actual guide for preparing the ordinance. process, and they be able to work on the. specific project being bided on. "That would down on the amount of time we spend trying to select the right subcontractors for projects." Hart pointed out that when the committee received the recommendations, they began to address some of them immediately. "Issues such as reducing insurance requirements on some projects, and cutting back on excessive coverage as it pertains to risk management were topics we dealt with first." H .art said 'now they will take the comments, work with the city's legal staff to craft a draft or proposed ordinance; and by the end of the month, the draft should be ready. "Early April is our actual b,lrget to get it before the City Council." "f Committee member -Anthony Padilla inquired about sub-contractors getting paid before the priinary con-tractors. "We have to make that payment" is verified and vali dated." Committee member Joyce Velitschkowski said subcontractors need to know they are entitled to be compensated on projects : iiJk At the conclusion of the meeting, businessman Joe Robinson addressed the committee on. issues of discrimination and the need for reme-dial action "I have been listed with the WMBE program since 2002, Hart . the_ WMBE office will be responsible for oversight monitoring and instructional training would be made available to sub-contractors at no cost. "Extra steps are being made to make sure WMBE participants are notified of all bids and projects/availability through the Demand Star and I haven't gotten one con tract. I think you should be addressing remedial action .. against discrimination on current contracts'and allow for a resolution procedure when a problem or dispute arises. Penalties should also be initiated for violation of the ordi nance." .;,... System." Committee Sol Davis, Jr. brought up the issue 'of bids less than $25,000 Robinson s aid the final or4inance should allow for a problem resolution procedure when disputes come up about a problem with a firni and the .. on projects. "I want to know if we will be notifi e d of those bids, because r some projects may not reach that threshold figure. We need assurances we _will still be notified about those pro jects." Padilla said it's impor. tant availabl e sub-contractors administration or city in the administration of the ord,i nance. "The Task Force needs to consider immediate remedial action for firms that had prime contracts and received .no work orders due to dispari ty/discrimination. Specifica lly RHC and Associates, is. CONGRATULATION S . ., : 2007 G RADUA TES High school or college graduation. is a wonderful.accomplishment deserves recognition. Sol Davis Printing can help. make ordering your invitations easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations, envelopes and name cards all for one low price .... and includes a photo of the gradu.ate. your choice from several cover designs and verses, and With your photo your invitations can be as special as your accomplishments. Call or visit Sol Davis Printing today .... for high quality iiwitations with fast convenient 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Phone: 813 353-3609 t THANK. YOU For Your Vote And Support. On E l ecting Me To Represent You On City council' District 5 I W ill Work Hard on Your Issues And Our Coinmunity. Sincerely, I Pd. Po l. 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COLUMNS Gwen Miller recent election was low-key affair that ayor P a m Iorio won in a landslide. It was giant" like Pam Iorio. It is no accident that Mayor I orio only drew two Black oppo nents. Term limits will cause her to leave the office That will mean that there will be no incumbent mayor and there won't be a candidate with the popularity,ofMs. Iorio. VOTE MARCH 25TH adx:nirable what Aria Green and Marion S. Lewis did as candidates. Pam Iorio did not beat these two men because they were AfricanAmericans. In fact, Marion Lewis ran a very good and serious campaign. Not Dick Greco, not John Sykes, not Frank Sanchez, not Rose Ferlita, not Linda Saul-Sena and not any oth ers who harbored deep ambitions to run for mayor chal. lenged Mayor Pam. It was clear from day one that nobody was going to stop Mayor Pam from serving a What does this mean for Marion S. Lewis? It means that he has four years to prepare himself for a second run at, the Mayor's office. He has three years to do his home work, prepare an appealing platform, and three years to make himself known to the voters and donors of the city . second term. I dust Can't .See ltl Lewis was professional, knowledgeable and represent ed himself well. The problem is Lewis was a running against an incumbent, popular mayor. He and Mr. Green ran against a mayor that has been accessible, sensitive to the needs of all citizens and one who has in general, done a very good job. Running for Mayor was a learning for Mario n Lewis. It didn't matter what he did, he was not about to beat Pam Iori o. She takes her job very seriously and she truly enjoys doing her job as this city's mayor. Beginning with the next election, there should be no more races for 'governmental offices that do not include an African-American. L _et us remember that candidates need to be groomed and not just show up on _qualifying day. you vote, .. yestidd y?" "Did I i WHAT??" "1. sAID, did you VOTE, YESTIDDY?" Yes, it was me, once again, with my favorite adversary, the local cab driver. After going to the polls and found I was the oniy person line, r simply didn't have the strength to take myself to work, the next day. So, I called a _cab. And_ they sent. me Mephistopheles! "So,' did you vote, yestid dy?" "Yeah, you no-talking rascal, I voted, YESTIDDY!!" That's what I wanted to say. I'fi'stead, I simply said; "Yes, I did. Did you?" "Did I what?" The cabby snapped! "Did you vote, last Tuesday?" I calmly responded. as-heck did," he grinned, .witli his twenty gold teeth! "And did you vote for?" he asked. An z c ., c : I was thunderstruck? The run-off District 1 incumbent Coupcilwoman Gwendolyn Miller and businessman contender Joe Redner had ceased to be a political race, and had become a question of Good yer::;us Evil? However, I had the _last work, I said, "Without telling you who I'.ri-t going .to vote i'll Knovv Better In regret i s your constant companion. It looks back at you from the mirror in the morning when you think of the hundreds of .places you could be outside of the box you now call home. How can a person live an entire life and not regret one decision made? Tliere are days when I've regretted get-. Next Lifetime ence and the strongest track about all the people affected record for representing the by your crime, that is exactly 1 d . what he means ... peop e an gettmg things -,. Regardless of activity done." About that time, we you're involved in, your mind pulled up to my place of constantly reflects on every work. I got out, and gave the decision made, every place cabby my money along with traveled and every person a balefulloo]t. But before he met throughout the journey drove off, the cab driver -that was your life. Chances are that if you've looked at me with his one ever had any type of relation-good-eye, and yelled, "I -15hip with an incarcerated perJUST CAN'T SEE IT!" I had son, you've probably crossed to admit. I couldn't see it, their minds a thousand times. .either! For me, friends and enemies share equal billing during my moments of introspection. First I remember a face, then a name, and finally an event or circumstance will come to mind that corresponds with the particular memory . Inevitably, I find myself confronted with questions like, "What if?" and statements beginning with, "If only." For every instance, my brain computes what seems like a million different scenar ios, all of which are' better than the original. It's during these moments that I began to question everything I've ever heard ting out of bed, not to mention most things I did between the ages of 15 and 30. Life is full of mis steps, bad decisions iust plain stupid ones. When I fantasize about where I would start my life over if given the' chance, I always end up back inside my .mother's womb .. it's the only place I can go to do it all over again. and change everything. Clarence Bal'r, II (43110-018) at Edgefield Federal :g Correctional Facility, P. 0. C) Bo:-c 725, Edgefield, SC, 29824. l>

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LEGISLATURE Legislation. Filed To Address BlaCk Infant Mortality Issues Se-nator Arthenia Joyner, (D-Tampa), and Representative Betty Reed, CD-Tampa), have part nered to introduced a bill in the Legislature which addresses the high rate of black infant :r;nortality in the State of Florida. Senate Bill 2120 an z c ., J:J" C G') m """" I >

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LOCAL City Council Candidate Disappointed With. Election Results. Serving as an Interim City very disap-C Councilman gave Frank pointing." this time. Of his accomplishments, Reddick said the closing of Gene's Bar, working with city administration to preserve the Urban League Building in West Tampa, and being a voice for the people topped the list. 0: Reddick an insight into city Reddick U.. government he'd never experisaid his expe-c -a: LL.. c z <( C en w ':::J 1-> .a: w > w c W ::z: en m ::: a. z i= w ..J ..J .. :::. m ...J z j: z w en -<( c a: 0 ..J LL. ' al <( I co w (!) enced before. Having sought rience servpublic office on two other ing as an occasions, Reddick was confii n t e r i m dent entering his District 5 Councilman race against Rev. Thomas was valuable. Scott and Lynette Judge. "I'm thank-After the votes were count-ful I had aa FRANK ed, Rev. Scott prevailed with opportunity REDDICK 51% of the vote. Judge picked to serve the up 13% of the votes people of District 5. Of course, "I feel very low right now, I would have liked to see the but I congratulated Rev. election turnout different, but Scott and wish him well. that doesn't mean I won't con-"I think we, as a whole, tinue to be a voice in District need to work harder to get 5. I will continue to work hard people to vote. I think the for the community." numbers reflected a low voter Reddick said he's undecidturnout in District 5, That's ed about his political future at "I feel I was able to get some things done. I only wish I had the opportunity to conbecause I felt things were beginning to change for the better in District 5." Reddick will return to his duties at the Sickle Cell Association. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, ore-mailed at leon@flsentinel.com. ANOINTED WORD ACADEMY Corner of Rome & Columbus Dr. (813) 254-5271 PASTOR ROY HAYES, Principal Principal ... PASTOR ROV HAVES SANDY HAVES Administrator ANNA LOVEn .. LENORA COVINGTON : . NOW. iEGISTERING Foi 2007 SCHOOL. TERM EXCELLENCE IN A LOVING CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENT K4&TH Grade ABeka Curriculum Fully Accredited Certified Teachers FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIPS ACCEPTED ,. cOmputer Lab (Enhancing classroom learning) Extra Curricular Adivities Basketball Step .... "SUPER SUMMER. 2007" IUNE 4TH THRU IULY 2nH 3 vEARs oLo. sTH GRADE WITH OUR PREPAID PLAN THE COSt BE AS LOW AS $32 PER WEEK For tllis great price vou will receive: 8 weeks of Super Summer Fun froin 6:30 1. m. untO 5:45 p. m Field Trips (Some with additional costs) Lunch and afternoOn snack Peace of mind that your chP'i is being cared Tutoring for by 1 dedicated Christian staff Other payment options are available DON'T DELAY, MAKE YOUR SUMMER PLANS TODAY! Candidate Feels Voter Apathy Should Be A Priority After months of working the campaign trail, Mayoral Candidate Marion Serious Lewis lost to incumbent Mayor Pam Iorio. However, Lewis said the election has been a learning experience for him. "We are g 'oing to have to work on getting our people out to vote. This needs to be a huge effort nationwide. I'm going to put together some type of plan of strategy to fur. MARION LEWIS .. : ther. educate the people on the number of people are disenentire political process. It is chanted with the process and really a sad state of affairs think that their votes don't when there are 179,000 regis-count so they,don't come to tered voters, yet only 16% the polls. I didn't know just bothered to vote. how bad it was. Once you "There' has been nearly enter the process, you see 30,000 new registered voters what a hugehurdle you have since the 2003 election. Yet, to overcome in orderto be suenot even 30,000 voted ih this cessfui." election. He also stated that he has "I congratulate Mayor not become bitter b y the Iorio on her victory. But the process andplans to enter the more important question is political arena again in the -why the majority of registered :. future. voters stayed away Although "My family and I have made she can't run again in the next sacrifices because I saw a election, that should be a con need for change. Although the. cern of hers as well. She was city s 'eparated rile from my elected by a very small minor:employment, I pursued my ity of voters and that's cer-. conviction to become a change tainly not a win-win outcome." agent for this city." Lewis, who turns 49-years. Now that the election is old today, (Friday), __ Lewis.plans to concenstated that camprugiling is no trate on his employment situeasy job. But his 'experience ation. I fully expect to return tells him that Tampa has a to the police department at long way to go in many areas. my. position of Captain," "We had.many doors closed Lewis said. . iri our faces in the .white eom.Reporter Iris. B Holton munity just Marion can be contacted at (813) Lewiswasrunningformayor, 248-192l.or by e-mail at r also learned that a large iris@flsentinel.com. ... '. Bles'd Productions preSents ..... '" .: All My Children! (A Black History presentation) Featuring bay area children Where? Adams-March 14th 9:30A : M :., Young Middie Magnet School : April 5th 5:30 P.M. -: MLK Recreation Center, Plant City April 21st P.M.-6:00P.M . Admission: Free For more information call (8 .. 13) 258-9275.

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LOCAL -. -.. ------. Ministers Call For Involvement -In AIDS Crisis BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer On Wednesday,.March. 14th, at 1 p.m., members of the community will meet at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church,. 1006 W. Cypress Street. The meeting is designed to not only bring awareness, but to call for involvement in the fight to address HIV/AIDS among African Americans in the Tampa Bay area. Ms. Sharon M. West, Manager of the City of Tampa Housing and Community Development Office and Rev. W. James Favorite, President of Pastors On Patrol, will host the meeting. Rev. William Gillison, Chairman, Ecumencial Committee Leadership Commission on AIDS, in Buffalo, New_ York, will serve as the guest speaker. Rev. Gillison is the Senior UNITY Welcomes You To A Night Of Praise Sunda, March 11, 2007 3:30p.m. 5706 N. 40th Street Rev. Jacob Jordan, Pastor 0.. Protlr ... 1 The Bryant Family Singers Pooh & The Young Inspirational Singers, The Traveling Stars, Northside Choir #2, Unity, Destiny Creative DMcars. Brothers Of Hannony, The Sisters, Eddie & Company, New Birth, Valnqueer From HaHie, Wanda and The Goldenaires, Prophet and Soul Survivors and more . Jacob Jordan Jr., Foc.inder/President Henry Fluker, Vice President James Floyd, Musk Director Alonzo Goodson, Advisor OPEN DOola LOVING HILL P. B. CHURCH 10040 Joe Ebert Road, Seffner, FL, 33584 . ELDER LEROY TURNER, JR., PASTOR MISSION & WOMEN'S MINISTRY Presents Come and join in the FUN We will have a fun filled Church Bazaar Clothes from the clothes closet, a nd a variety of food to eat MOTHER WANDA GIBSON Ch C/) m z z m r;-ar c: r r-z "tt c: ar r-u; :J: m c m < m -4 c: rn c )> z c l3 0

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LOCAL a: u. c a: u. c z < > < c en w :::: t-> a: w > w c w l: en ::::i Dl :::: D. z i= w ...J ...J :::: Dl ...J w z i= z w en i3 a: 0 ...J u. < I 0 ,... w (.!) and you are invited.... Harvest Time Ministries 2007 FOUNDERS CELEBRATION CONCERT 9340 N. Florida Avenue Tampa -=L Presenting some of the Greatest Groups in the Tampa Bay Area Saturday March 1 0, 2007 DRS. DAVID AND HARRIET BOYD Doors open at 7 p.m. MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH, PORT TAMPA 7401 Kissimmee Street Tampa, FL, 33619 (813) 837-0129 AIIUAL OBSERVAICE OF TBE IU.IIIE B. SAliS IIISSIOIARY SOCIETY MARCH 18, 2007 11 A. M. Greall!r HI Carllll!l A.M. E. O.urch REV. D\1/AYNE GADDIS Oflldallllll Paolor The Public In Cordially Invited : . SIS. EVELYN MASHA, President SIS. RUBY L JACKSON, V"IC8 President A Well-Rounded SeNice Is Planned UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3111. Ybor Street Tampa, FL, 33605 ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor Celebrates FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY .. Sundav, March 11, 2007 11 a. rn. Service Theme: We Are More Than Conquerors: For Nothing Can Separate usFrom The Love Of'God." ROMANS 8.:37-39 Guest Speaker: Sis. Estella Love Of First Baptist Church Of College Hill, Rev. Abraham Brown, Please plan to attend! City Code Enforcement Launches 'Operation Spring Cleaning Ill'. In Terrace Park In an effort to empower residents to Improve the quality of life in their neighborhood, the City of Tampa's Code Enforcement Department will launch "Operation Spring Cleaning III" in East Tampa beginning Wednesday, March 14,2007. Mayor Pam Iorio will visit with the Sta'ff of the Department of Code Enforcement, the volunteers from Caregiver's Helping Hands and other City staff at the kick-off event at 8:30 a.m., at the home of Ms. Debra Shula, 10416 Pawnee, Tampa, FL., who is being assisted by Code HAROLD SCOTI .. .Area Supv. Code Enforcement NEW MILLENNIUM CHURCH 905 East Skagway (One Block South Of Busch Blvd.) , 9:30-10:15 A.M.* Bible Oasses For All Ages 10:15. 11 A.M.* Refreshments and Fellowship PASTOR MICHAEL & 11 A. M . 12:45 P. M. Praise and Worship Service SIS. TONY A NEELY For more information, call (813) 728-3723 Visit: www.newmillenniumchurch.com Email: mneely2@TampaBay.n.com COllE. COllE. COllE '1'0 A NIGB'l' or SONGS AND PRAISE Fridav, Marcil 9tll 7 p m. NEW MT. SILLA. M. B. CHURCH 5706 E. 32nd Ave. REV. FELIX WALTERS,-Pastor All groups, choirs and soloists are welcome. For more information contad Pastor Marion Crawford at (813) 740-8241 or Anita HeyWard at (813) 928-1390 FREE FREE \ FREE Enforcement's Diversion Services Program. The four-day clean-up program will take place between 50th Street on the East, 30th Street on the West, Fowler Avenue on the North and Busch Boulevard on the South. The last day of the effort is Saturday, March 17, 2007. The city's Solid Waste Department and the Clean City Division will participate on VVednesday .and Saturday in order to help citizens meet code requirements. Crews will canvass the area to remove bulk items, old furniture, junk and debris that have been placed at curbside. Residents who lfve in the area who have bulk items for removal should place them at curbside no later than Tuesday evening, March 13th and Friday evening, March 16th. In addition, Tampa's Clean City Division will clean the main thoroughfares and residential corridors within the designated area. Volunteers who are interested in participating on Saturday, March 17th, the final day of "Operation Spring Cleaning III," should contact Harold Scott, Area Supervisor, or Mike Peterson, Senior Code Inspector at (813) 274-5545. Volunteers will be provided refreshments. All The Way From Jacksonville, FL "The vbice of Titus Harvest Dome Church Presents 1111 22nd 23rd Our Communitv Speakin.gj'Exr; ltse'lj" Sunday Scllool @ 10 a.m. Morning Worship & Children'S Church @ 11 a, m. Evening Worship Eve.-,. 4th Sunday @ 6 p.m. Mid-Week Bible Study@ li p.m. OIJR VISION o See God'S People Empowered In All AreiiS

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[Xf[L mlARATORY i LOCAL Computer Mentors Offers Internet Access To Apply For Assistance 3: )>' Attention!!! In recent years, both the government and the private sector have begun using the Internet to conduct business. However, many residents of East Tampa don't own computers and have no access to the Internet. Ralph Smith, Executive Director of Computer Mentors said .!D CNA, HHA HOME MAKER COMPANION: MED TECH, CPR, FIRST AID & -ALL MANDATORIES Smith also said that there will be two assistances on hand to answer questions, and clients will also be able to copy and fax their documents at no charge Beginning this month, clients who use the facility to apply for public assistance will be eligible to win a desktop computer. The Join our Classes: New CNA/HHA, & Med Tech (Prep Courses) , Starting March 31st 2007 FOR ONLY 6 -SATURDAYS! r ALL MATERIALS AND BOOK AVAILABLE fall for r.:gistration and Orientation Details However, an East Tampa organization has made access to the Internet available to those residents. Computer Mentors Group, 2802 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd is now recognized as an ACCESS Florida com-names of two lucky winners 2801 N. Florida Ave.Tampa, FL33607 813-802-2833 RALPH SMITH munity partner location. An Executive Director of the will be pulled during a ran-Payment Plan Available. dom drawing at the end of each month ACCESS Florida commqnity Computer Mentors Group partner is a designated area where clients of the State's Group computer lab Department of Children and We are entering an era Families can apply online where conducting business for benefits online offers organizations a Clients can log onto the great reduction on the costs ACCESS Florida website to for document processing and apply for food stamps, paper handling, and it's not Medicaid, Medicare, Social going to change even when Security, and other types of it comes to applying for pub public assistance. ACCESS lie assistance. So this is an hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., excellent chance for resiMonday through Friday in dents to learn this online the Computer Men tors process free of charge," Christian Businesses Sponsoring: Residents need not be pre. sent to win; the only requirement is that Computer Mentors Group has the winner' s contact information on file for notifi cation pill-poses. For more information, call the Computer Mentors Office at (813) 236-1191. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@jlsentinel.com DIVINE INTERVENTION MINISTRIES Presents ON-QUE! MAGAZINE (813) 325-7078 BIG JOHN'S ALABAMA BAR-B-QUE (813) 620-0603 HARMON FUNERAL HOME (813) 626-8600 and DON AND MARIE AUTO GLASS & TINT SHOP (813) 770-2424 SIS. RUTH JONES CoordinAtor SIS. MARIE TARVER WHITE On-Que! Magazine Sponsor For PASTOR LARRY WHITE And FIRST LADY VIVAN WHITE Saturday, March 10, 2007 7 P.M. FIRST .BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS DR. C. T. KIRKLAND, Speaker DR C. T. KIRKLAND PASTOR DONALD WH MR JOHN HARMON, Ill Speaker Sponsor And Sponsor Program Participant For lnfonnation Please Call (813) 325-7078 or (813) 948-2040 Coordinator: Sister Ruth jones TWENTYNINTH PRE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION FOR THE UICTORY TABERNACLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2716 N 34TH STREET TMIPA, Fl, 33605 SPONSORED BY THE YOUTH MINISTRY MARCH 11, 2007 I 4 P. M. THE EVENING MESSAGE BY ATTORNEY H. BENNETT LAKELAND, FL SISTER RUTH M. JEFFERSON, DIRECTOR REU. EUGENE SANDERS, JR., PASTOR "YOUTH IN ACTION" Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church 1605 N. Nebraska Ave. Pastor, Elder T. Lane ... ,.,. ... of Deacon Boardr Deacon Allltert Wlls011 Chaii'IINin or Trwtee Board: 'l'lleodls Lane, 11 Cllurcll aerta Sister ......... Ford Public Invited Come Join Usfn Pastors 13thAnnzversary sundav, Marcil 18tll, 2007 at 10:30 a ..... Thematic Scripture: Rev. 21:4 Theme! "The Best is Yet To Come" Tuesday March 13, 2007 7:30pm, Elder Arthur Green, Pask>r House of Resto radon Elder T'-odls Lane Thursday, March 15.2007 Friday, March 16, 2007 7:30 p. m. Shiloh of St Pllte 8 :15 p. m. St Johft, Medulla Elder "->honso 11/are Pl'st6r Elder Rob..t Townes Pastor Wednesday Pastor First 14.8. Church Of Highland Pines Friday, March 16th, 7 p.m. "Hour of Love", In-House Auxiliary Presentation Public Relations: Sister Caryle Lane Spedal Event Coordinators: Sis. Patreda McWhorter, Sis. Beverly Harvin and Sis. Tommietta King 'TI r 0 :::rJ en m z -t z m r I m c: r r !!1 z "tt c: m r c;; ::t m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c 'TI :!! c G') m ..... ..... I )>

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0 a: LL. 0 z w 0 w :t: C/) :::i m :::) Q. z tu ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w C/) i a: 0 ...J LL. LOCAL America's Top Model Contestant Has Tampa Connection When America's Next Top Model aired on Wednesday night, Whitney Cunningham survived the cut. She will go on to compete during the next round. Whitney is the 22-yearold daughter of County Judge Sheree D. and Attorney F. Malcolm Cunningham, Jr., of West Palm Beach. Whitney, who was born in Tampa in 1985, returned here last year to audition for the show. While in Tampa, Whitney had the opportunity to visit with family' friends. She was the house guest of the Honorable Charles R. (Belinda) Wilson during her visit. Whitney graduated from School in West. Palm Beach. She is currently a senior at Dartmouth College. Whitney is one of only two plus size on the. show. WHITNEY CUNNINGHAM 'Rep Yo School' Was Created For Kids Candy Lane developed a concept she felt would promote a national event for kids. "Rep Yo "School" a dance, step and group competition business Lane created. want. to send them the message th;'lt staying in school is' mor e important than anything. This will be televised, and a magazine will be published at a future date." An awards show for the kids to vote on the best school, teacher, and dance team will be held April 15th at Jefferson High School. CANDY LANE zine, "Rep Yo School,"' is scheduled for release this . month, and the television show is being formatted. "We will be conducting interviews with children at area schools," ages 11 to 18." Students are asked to register for a dance, step and group competition event scheduled for March 17, 2007 at the .Lowry Park Bandshell. It will stflrt at 1 p.m. with check in at noon. "It took me 2 years to put this .. together," said Ms. Lime. and we came up with the idea of creating a television show based on this concept. We think this will be a posi tive event for tlie children." Registration fee for the event is $20.000. For more information, you can contact Ms. Lane at (813) 872-7600, or (813) 850-4115. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (818) 248-0724, Qr emailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. "We figured there were a lot' of step teams out there, Ms. Lane said the maga-BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. W. James Favorite, Pastor Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Family would be honored to have . the community join us in our "Pastor's 12th Anniversary Celebration" Sunday, Mar. 11 9:45 a.m. Serv i ces @ Beulah Speaker Rev. Thomas Scott 34th Street Church of God In The SpOtlight YOLANDA This young lady is sure to be one of our highly requested females this spring. We are please to introduce the gorgeous Yolanda as this week's Spotlight Unlimltect Feature. Get used to this face because we are certain that you will be seeing more from this stunning young lady. Yolanda enjoys modeling, writing and spending time with her friends. Guys, in _,. order to get to get closer to Yolanda you have to be Intelligent, handsome, respectful and have a great sense of humor. Congratulations to Yolanda on being this Spotlight Feature. ces ms. Come And Show love To The New Falthfulalres Gospel Singers. For Additional Information, Call Pastor Marian Crawford 13 830-2398

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LOCAL 'Because You Deserve It' Is Motto Of Adult Living Facility .. ' ....... . ... : .. Ms. Pierce sitting and chatting with her In 1990, Anita Pierce was who had a great impact on my living in California and enjoY,-life. ing a pretty successful career "I love what I do, I enjoy in marketing. However, it was being around my residents. I during a trip to Paris, France transport them to their doctor when the Tampa native said appointments, and meet with the Spirit told her to buy a their family members, who piece of property in Tampa. enlighten me on the care of "fve always enjoyed caring their loved ones. for our senior citizens, and Ms. Pierce said to operate felt operating an Adult Living an ALF, you have to be caring Facility would be .a great and compassionate. She cur idea." rently has 3 men and 7 Before she got started, Ms. women in her facility, and Pierce had a lengthy conver-said they all get along quite sation with the first Black well. woman in Tampa to operate "Serving the people in the an ALF, Ms. Roberta .inner-city ismy passion. I Burke. remember. the days when We want to wish you a happy birthday and to a good life. We love you. From, your sister, Val, your kids, Greg, Linda, Leroy, Charles, Donta, Jessica, Unity and Danielle. We are having a surprise party for her on Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 8205 N . Klondyke Street. All friends and family welcome Party starts at 3 p. m. For directions contact Donta at (813) 770-0910. The Law OffiCes of -BRYANT A SCRIVEN, ESQ. CRIMINAL DEFENSE FAMILY PERSONAL INJURY ALL FELONIES .DRIVER'S LICENSE ISSUES ALL MISDEMEANORS ALL PERSONAL INJURY CASES DUI DIVORCE VOP's DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG CRIMES MODIFICATIONS CALL: (813) 454-4189 AVAILABLE 24/J I CONSULTAnONS AVAILABLE 3111 W. Dr. M.L KING BLVD. STE. 100 TAMPA, FL 33607 Serving Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando Count y % 1 : ,, . .. . . . .. ... ' BLACK WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS, EXECUTIVES 8 .ENTREPRENEURS Second Annual Millionaire "Herstory" Brunch Special Guest: Erica Crenshaw Owner of AmeriSpec Inspection Services, -. Long Island, New York and New Jersey The 31-Year-old Millionaire is a graduate of FAMU, School of Business and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority The C. J. Walker Spirit Award" Will be presented to a local Black Woman Business Owner who has exceeded SS million in sales revenue over the past three years. THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2007 Ss>Mial 10145 A. M. 12145 P. M. Don VIcente de Ybor Historic Inn And Restaurant (Ybor .city) 1915 Repubftca de Cuba Tampa, FL. 33605 "When I met her, I started Black folks were turned away. reading information she had There are many people out :md started asking questions. there who need this kind of She prayed with me, and she Members $35 Non-Members $45 The Hillsborough County Reserved Tables ( 1 0) $400 Chapter of Bethune-told me I had made. quite. an place. I love ta,lking to my residents and listening to them impact on her and she gave Cookman University. (800) -382!tl Alumni. Association's meet-Emalt bwboee@nhoo.c:Dm me her blessing." recall their younger years." Ms." Pierce went into a None of the residents are training program on operat-under 70 years old, and some ing ALF, and during the have been at the facility since process, she said she saw the it opened. ing will be held at the College Hill Library, 2607 Please RSVP BY Thursday, March 26,2007 East Dr. Martin Luther Please make check payable to BWBOEE King, Jr. Blvd The meeting ....._ _____ -P_._o_._B _ox_3_1_o_796_,_Tam_pa_,_F_L ..,...3_3_68_o _____ __, completed vision Ms. Pierce employs a staff will. begin promptly at "I made it a reality, and of 4, 3 of which have been that reality became Ruby's with her since she opened. Residential Care, Reporter Leon B. Crews Incorporated. I decided to can e be reached at (813) name the facility in honor of 248-0724, or e-mailed at my grandmother, Ruby Bell, leon@jlsentinel,com 7 :300pm, on Thursday, March 15 John L.C. Douglas is president. For more information, please call (813) 786 -3489. Tau Pi Zeta Pnselds . Contestants . t. r-""' .t; Tau PI Zeta of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. proudly the presentation of Its First Annual Blue Rewe The scholarship dinner and pageant will be held on Saturdav, March 24, 2007 &:00 PM. @ Double Tree Hotel on Cypress Stree t This elegant affair will showcase the Zeta Archonettes that are shown below, as well as Sensational Senior contestants from our community. Dr. Alma S. Hires Is the Praldent and Dorotlwe B. Reed Is the Program Chairman. For ticket Informa tion please contad any member of Tau PI Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc .. ToJia 5M111nan ........._ B...eon IOinbeltr Coclpw Nko .. Nichols tllllbaroullllllh Sdlool lllhap Bon IIIII Sdlool "-dam Hllll Sdlool Robbon Hllh Sdlool / AlulaM.dcu Blaka Hlslh School Ariellbompson Blake Hlah School March 16, 2007 7:30 p, m. Ms. Dunn will be a guest speaker at ProJect care Unlimftecl at tile COmfort Inn-. 2003 Frontage Road, Plant (ity Ms. Dunn, a.k.a., Marjorie D. will be doing book slgnlnas Saturday, March 17, 2007, 12 p. m. at Books for TIIOutJIIt 10910 N 56th Street, Tampa Saturday, March 17, 2007 3-4:30 p. m. Cllrlsttnes carllltean cuiSine 13352 B. Uncoln Rd., Riverview Her book Is available at Books For Thought, amazon :com, abebooks.com, barnesandnoble.com, borders.com, chapters.lndlgo.ca, amuon.co.uk, www.powellbooks.com and www.ebookmall.com. Altho1111h YOU may have l ost JOUr waY, never lose YOU dream. A. M. Dunn Is Looking forward to seeing you I ., :D c s: )> :D () :::r:: JO N 0 0 "' ., r-0 :!:! (/) m z -f z m r;a:l c: rrm ::! z "'0 c: a:l r-c;; :::r:: m c m < m -f c: m (/). c )> z c ., :D c

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0 N a; :1: () a: <( == c a: LL 0 a: LL c z <( c tn w ::) t-w > w c w :I: tn :J m ::) a. z tu ...J ...J ::) m ....:. w z t= z w tn <( c a: 0 ...J LL LOCAL SPORTS Upcoming Golf To Raise Money For Scho-arships The committee for the New Salem Baptist Church includes from left to right Include:. Dwayne Evans, Herman Gilchrist, Lisa McCray, John Price, Devora Solomon, John Huggins, Shevawn Spencer, Samuel Welch, Mattie Martin, James Martin and Bobby Hamilton. New Salem Missionary Baptis t Church will be holding their 2nd An_nual Golf Tournament to raise scholarship mpney for local high school graduates. Over 80 golfers participat ed in last year's tournament, and many of the sponsor's from last year's tournament have returned this year. Chris Martin, former cornerback with the Chicago Bears, as well as former and present Tampa Bay are expected to attend the event. "Education is the theme and focus of this tournament. We want to raise funds for our high school graduates, and emphasize them the importance excel in their education. educ-ation," said Deacon This tournament is all about Dwayne Evans, chairman them," said Evans. "This is of the annual'tournament. our second year. We had "We look forward to seeing great success last year, and people from all over the we will be having the tour.: Tampa Bay area come and nament every year in April participate." so we can help as many high The tournament will be school grads as possible." held at the Rocky Point Golf For more information on Course located at 4151 Dana the golf tournament, please Shores Drive. There will be call Martin, Jr. at. anentryfeeof$100perper-(813) 766-4447, Dwayne son, $400 fora foursome and Evans at (813) 335-1906 or $7 5 for junior golfers. The tournament will be held on April 6-7, 2007, but participants are to register before March 31st. "We hope to a great turnout. We want to encourage our young people to New Salem Missionary Baptist Church at (813) 2513389. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be. reached at (813) 248-192), or, at adavis@jlsentinel.com. Young Lions Announces 4th Annual Basketball Camp The Young Lions Youth Organization and the Police Athletic League will present their 4th annual Basketball Camp with fitness and health mini sessions. The event will be held Saturday, March 17th at the University of Tampa Gymnasium from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Young Lions founder Dexter Bryant, and Josh Penny representing the P.A.L. will host the camp free of charge for youth ages 5 and up. Acting as camp directors this year .will be. John Hightower, Apopka High School graduate and former Bethune-Cookman standout; and Ruthie Bolton, former WNBA player for the Sacramento Monarchs, a 2time WNBA all star, 2 time Olympic team member, and 4th all time in 3 pointers. made. Camp instructors will be Jerry Howard, who coached Wymore Tech to 3 state championships and current head coach at Jones High School in Orlando; Adrian Johnson, Tampa Bay Vo-Tech head basketball Left to right: Tampa BayVo-. Tech head basketball coach Adrian Johnson, Ruthie Bolton, and Dexter Bryant. coach; Coach Lewis, Coach and Pamela Leslie, health and fitness instructor . Also, the Young Lions coaching staff will be participating. Registration will be held the day of the event, begin ning at 8 a.m. anci ending at 9 a.m. All participants are encouraged to bring money. for food as the university will be in charge of concessions. Anyone interested in sup' porting this event can contact Josh Penny at (813) 876-9363, Dexter Bryant at (813) 237-3807. 14743 Nebraska Ave. Tampa, FL, 33613 (813) 972-0070 @=aq TRANSIVIISSION Fax# (813) 972.0338 www.cottman.com Don't Let A Minor Problem : Become A Major One Submtt a one-page letter outling "Why I Need A Rebuit Transmission. 'The lettenrust indude the year of the vehicle, It's make and model, mfteage. The contestant must also have current FL D!lver's License and registration In your name. The letter should also Include the name of the person, addres,, and a daytime telephone number. The letter can be submitted by mal (must be Jl!!Simarl
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LOCAL SPORTS Former H illsborough High Star Help$ Albany State Win Championship Former Hillsborough High School basketball star Tyrone was a key component in Albany State University's winning the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champi onship. Albany State defeated Ft. Valley State University 54. 50, with Evans contributing 7 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. While attending Hillsboro-ugh High School, .Evans was recognized four times as their 'Most Valuable Player.' Now a"junior, Evans said the championship game was a defensive struggle. "We started the season 312 and I started the first 17 games out of position at power forward. The second part of the season, we had a 6'4" player .join the team and that helped us match up better and put me _back in my natural position. I performed much then, and I held us together during the tour-. nament, averaging 13 points and 7 rebounds." Evans said throughout the season, Albany State stayed together through a lot. of adversity never complained about-being undersized. TYRONE EVANS "We never made any excuses and we prevailed in the end." Tyrone's mother, Phyllis Dukes, said she's very proud of her son, and excited they won the championship. "I think Tyrone helped bring new life to Albany State. "I was able to attend some of his games, and I attend his homecoming games every year along with the rest of the family." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 24B-0724, or. e-mailed at leon@flsentinel. com. 9241 N. 56t h St., Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M .: 5:30 P M. Saturday 9 A. M. -1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 .. 'LQw Friencif.v lltmo.\phere You're A-OK With Us -. -. DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, .. State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Own e r s ,_ Lowest Rates ''fn Town STEI'IJA:-;IE. AUTO 1:'1/SURANCE KEISIIA-COMMEI{CIAL AUTO Driver's License Suspended? R EVOKED FOR 5 YRS ?? Get a VALID License Within 2 Months Call CAPS (813) 250-0227 Now Also Assisting w ith: ACCIDENTS wiN O I NSURANCE and other .JUDGEMENTS ----lJ c Tampa Natives Sign With Indoor Arena Football Team s: > lJ () :::r U) BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The Sarasota Knights, the newest team with the National Indoor Football League (NIFL), is loading up on players from the Tampa area . Fifteen players from the Tampa area signed contracts for the newest NIFL fran. .... chise. The National Indoor Vidal Mills has played for Football League has been in the Tampa Bay Storm, and existence since Oct,ober of has been highly considered by 2000, and has 20 teams _the Tampa Bay Buccaneers throughout the nation. Jacksonville Jaguars. The newest members of the Knights team compete on a national stage. Robert Warren (DT), Vidal Many of the guys on the rosMills (LB/RB), Corey ter have excelled in college Jackson (QB), Cedric Jones football, the AFL (Arena (WR), Lenny Leonard (DB), Football League) and in the Bryant Leonard (WR), NFL (National Football James Perry (WR), .. League)," said Walker. "We Christian Davis (DB), f b M h 1 C 1 (DB) M'k are a new ranch1se, ut we 1c ae o es 1 e . Rodriguez (DT), John have a lot--of talent on th1s Yan.cey (QB), Rafael team. We're looking to showGonzalez (RB/LB), Wayne case to this league, and other Wilcox (DE), David Allen leagues what type of talent we (DB) and Alton Walker have, and maybe some or all (WR). of us can take our skills to the Walker will also serve as the offensive coordinator for the Lamont Caldwell will coach the team. "This is an opportunity for guys who have great talent to next level." The Sarasota Knights' regu. lar season begins on Saturday March 31st when they travel to South Florida to face the Miami Vice. For more infor-Robert Warren' has been considered for. the AFL's Lakeland Thunderbolts, Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos and played years with the Tampa Bay Bulldogs. 1\) 0 0 """' 6 lJ tJ) m Coach Lamont Caldwell, and player / 'Coach Alton Walker z recently signed their con-m tracts for the Sarasota r;Knights. m c: r r ination on the Sarasota Knights and the National Indoor Football League, go t.o www.sarasotaknights.net, or www .nifl-football.com !!l z "C c: m r Ci) :I: m c Checker Players From Around Nation Flocking To Tampa For Event will continue to grow These guys just want to hang out, m talk trash and shoot the 3! breeze and have a good time -f East Tampa will be abuzz this weekend with guys stating their claim as expert checker players. Self-proclaimed checker specialists from throughout Florida, Texas, New Jersey, Georgia, Illinois, Connecticut, Missouri and Washington D.C. will be a part of the 4th Annual Arthur "Moochie" McCarr Checker Fellowship and Birthday Party. The annual event is becoming well known among checker circles, and brings people together ARTHUR "MOOCHIE" MCCARR strictly for the love of the..----="'"=",..,..., =-== game . "1 want guys to have fun playing checkers, and not have all the stress of a tourplaying checkers. So I believe it will be a great event." tJ) The event will be held on C Saturday, March lOth at the NFL Yet Center located at > 3310 E. Lake Avenue from io a.m. to 9 p.m. Reporter I Writer-Antione :!;! Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, :or ::< nament. There will be no gambling. This is just a bunch li of guys who love the game," t.; .... ..--.. said Arthur McCarr. "Nobody will leave saying that they didn't have a great time McCarr says the word about the checker party spread quickly because of the Internet. Friends and col leagues from throughout the nation are expected to meet and have a great time playing checkers this weekend. "We' ve had things like this in the past. I figured that _ if guys had the chance to play without the pressure of a tourhan'lent setting, they would enjoy it," said McCarr. "It's growing, and I believe it G) m ....... (J1 I l>

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...... 0 0 C\1 a) J: SPORTS dets Finalize Deal To Acquire RB Thomas dones U a: c:t :lE NEW YORK --Thomas Jones is bringing stability to the New York Jets' running game and providing a bona C fide replacement for Curtis ff Martin. on Tuesday, acquiring the running back from the NFC champion Chicago Bears for a second-round draft pick; "I had a great time in Chicago, and it was a great experience playing there and making it to the Super Bowl last year with those guys," Jones said on a conference call. "But I'm very, very excited to be here in New York.' > c:t c a: LL c z c:t c UJ w :;:) 1-w > w c w ::z::: UJ ::J m :;:) D.. z ti ..J ..J :;:) m ....:.. w z w UJ c:t c a: 0 ..J LL The Jets, quiet during the first few days of free agency, finalized their deal for Jones THOMAS JONES PROGRESS VILLAGE PANTHERS FOOTBALL 6 CHEERLEDERS ORGANIZATION 2007 IEGISIIAIION (Returning Players/Cheerleaders ONLY) Hi Parents, Our 2007 Registration is herel Registration dates are as follows: March 10 RETURNEES ONLY April28 OPEN Registration March 24 OPEN Registration May 12 OPEN Registration April14 OPEN Reaistration May 26 OPEN Registration a.m. p.m . Progress Village Panther's Office Registration must be paid in full. NO PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS!! After these dates, registration will be on a first come; first serve basis. .There will be "No Refunds." Price Per Child 1st Child 2nd Child 3rd Child 4th Child 5th Child FLAG $125 Ages 4-14 (Football) (Cheerleader) $190 $150 $180 $140 $160 $130 $150 $120 FREE FREE MASCOT $125 There is a $10. discount for multiple children. Discounts _will only apply for sisters & brothers in the same household. Any questions, please contact Dwame Sanders at (813) 728-9232 (cell) or Tyrone Timmons at (813) 986-8106 Looking for Cheerleader Coaches. Newcomers must bring birth certificates at time of registration. Deposits will be accepted on two or more children in the immediate household. I Respectfully, DWayne E. Sanders, Sr., Athletic Director I Owens Recovering From Another Surgery On Ring Finger IRVING, Texas -Terrell Owens can run routes while recovering from a second postseason operation on his injured right ring finger, but he's not expected to catch passes until training camp. "Doctors told me they can devise good protection for that," Cowboys owner JeiTy Jones said Monday. "But yo'u don't want to do anything foolish. He will still be able to do all .-----...., his other work, conditioning, running. He can run routes." Jones said he has spo-. ken to Owens TERRELL since the OWENs r eceiver had the additional surgery Thursday. . Jama_ l Lewis Agrees_ To Deal With Browns. CLEVELAND. --The Browns finally tackled Jamal Lewis. the Ravens, who elected not to pay Unable to reach a deal to their career remain in Baltimore, the free agent running back signed a . one-year deal on Wednesday with ClevelMd, the team he r u s h in g leader, a $5 million bonus. He'll now join the. JAMAL blistered for an NFL singleB r 0 w n s LEWlS game record 295 yards in. B al ti . .. 2003. AFC North rival, who were Lewis was released last last in the league in rushing week in a salary-cap move by in 2006. / : < : :. ?:' Falcons. Sign . Veteran Hom To Add .. Experience At. ReCeiver ; ATLANTA-The Atlanta The 3 5-r----==----.., Falcons reached agree-y e a r o 1 d.' ...... . ment with veteran free agent Horn missed receiver Joe Horn, who is nine games expected to play a lead role the last two in new coach Bobby seasons with Petrino's efforts to balance groin and the offense. hams t r i n g in}urie.s,' JOE Team spokesman Reggie. Roberts said a news confer-including six ,-' HORN .. games last' -: ... : ence was scheduled season. Negotiations with, Thl.!rsday to introduce Horn, the Falcons gained momen-the former four-time Pro tum after Horn pa'ssed a Bowl player with New physical exam-administered. Orleans. by the team . Nuggets' Anthony And Have Baby Boy DENVER Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony became a father Wednesday afternoon when his fiancee, actress La La Vazquez, gave birth to a son Kiyan. Kiyan (pronounced kaiann) weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18 1/2 inches lorig Anthony stayed in Denver and was not play against the CARMELO ANTHONY AndLALA VAZQUEZ Golden State Warriors on W ednesday night. S ubscribe Todav! ..

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FUNERALS _-_ --: -:MR. JAMES BARBER, SR. MR. ALONZO FELTON BARNES, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Alonzo Felton Barnes, Sr., will be held on March 10, 2007, at 2 p. ni. at First Baptist Church of Honiegoing services for Mr. Progress Village, 8616 James Barber, Sr., of 4902 E. Progress Blvd., Dr. Sam 8th Avenue, who passed Maxwell, pastor; with Minister away Saturday, February 24, David Hill, officiating. 2007, will be held Saturday, Interment will be in Rest March 10, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Haven Memorilll Park Aikens Funeral Home 'Cemetery. Chapel, Rev. Samuel Alonzo passed away on McQueen, officiating. March 5, 2007, after an extend-Interment :will be in Orange ed battle with colon cancer. Hill Cemetery. He was born on February 20, James Barber, St:., was 1944 in Tampa, to the late born November 26, 1931, in Theodore and Agnes Barnes. Tampa. He loved to socialize He graduated from Middleton with his family and friends, Senior High School in 1962. talking about old times. He Upon graduation he served also enjoyed fishing and talk-and was honorably discharged ing about his life experiences from the U.S. Army. He later such as being one of the first received his Associate's degree Black foremen at his place of from the University of South employment. Florida. He had a successful Mr. Barber was preceded in career in management and death by: his wife, Margrea; sales that spanned over 30 daughter, Helen Barber years. After living fn various Young; son, James Barber, places throughout the U.S.,-h e Jr.; and their mother and for-. returned to Tampa in 2002. mer wif;'e, Mary B. Barber; Mr. Barnes was preceded in and former wives, Rachel by. : both of his parents; Barber and Ella Bari;Jer. . Hand. Sarah Nell He leaves cherish liis ;i ayes. memory: devoted daughter, He will be greatly missed and Norene Copeland Miller and. he leaves to cherish the memo-. husband, Arthur; grandchil-. ry of his life: wife Betty dren, Benisha Jackson -Harris-Barnes; three children, (Dedrick), Kina Copeland daughter, Leslie Bell (O'Neal), Kisha Copeland (Andrew); son, Alonzo F (Eugene), Chantel Copeland, Barnes, Jr. (Sharice); and Decla Young and Deleena daughter, Valnrie De Pass Young, all of Tampa; 10 great (Michael); stepdaughter, grandchildren, Destani and Tomekieo Baldwin (Dossey); Dejah, Jackson, Kanyia two grandsons, Jared Copeland, Deonte Young, Burdgess and Jevon Bell; three Tyrohn and TaQuohn step granddaughters, E-lani, Alexander, Jahara Simpson,. Kiari, and As hi a Baldwin; Jasmine McKinnie, Kahliah mother-in-law, Florida Harris; Mallett and Damiyah Young, aunt, Thelma Bland; two sis-all of Tampa; brother, Henry ters, Hazel Johnson and Ester Dickson (Florine) and family; Mae Barnes (Anthony Simons); sister, Helen Parker; nieces, three brothers-in-law, Charles Betty Burt and family and Harris (Lora), Robert Harris Katie Russell and family; (Charleen), and John Thomas brothers-in-law, Earl Miller Harris, Jr.; three nieces, and family, Ervin Miller and Brenda Couch (Tensley Jr.), family, Robert Miller Nadine Mitchell (Larry), and (Shirley) and family, Cynthia Baker; two nephews, Theodore Miller family; Edward Cannon and Terrance sisters-in-law, _Evelyn Miller Cannon (Wyndale); great and family, Sandra' Miller nieces, Shareca Barnes, Erica and family, Carolyn and: Copeland, Andrecia Baker, Theron Golden and family, and Britt.any Baker;. great Butler, Harris and Buckely nephews, Larry Mitchell families of Arkadelphia, AR; (Tameka), Terrell Wallace devoted goddaughter, (Brenda), Cedric Barnes, and Antonia Barber; devoted Cory Copeland; and a host of friends, Dorothy Sneed, other relatives and dear Clyde Jennings, BlackGal, friends. class of 1971 and Prayer The wake will be held on Group; Larry, Avant, Friday, March 9, 2007, from DeCosta, Nelson, Pirant, 5:30-6:30 p. m. at Aikens Williams Edwards, Miller, Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Wilson, McMillian, Cook and M.L.King, Jr. Blvd . Reddick families; and many AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. other sorrowing relatives and friends. MR. EUGENE EDGAR HENDERSON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Eugene Edgar Henderson, of 1325 W. North B Street, who passed away, Sunday, March 4, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 11 a.m., at New Salem M.B. Church, 405 N Oregon Ave., Rev. Dr. Henry J. Lyons, servant/teacher, Rev. Ronald Fortune, officiating. A lifelong resident of Tampa; for 80 years, he was born to the late Frank, Sr. and Nina Mae Brown Henderson on February 3, 1927. He was a faithful employee of Gulf Eagle Supply Roofing for 50 years as a clerk until February 1, 2007. He was a faithful member of Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church and sang in the Men's Choir until his health began to fail him. He was preceded in death by: both parents; and 4 brothers, Frank Henderson, Samuel Henderson, Lh:lZell Henderson and George Johnson. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted wife of 7 years (March 27th would have been 8 years), Barbara Turner Henderson; 4 stepchildren, oscar Hills, Torya Hills, Cornelius Washington and Riva Washington Duff and husband, Eferm; 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren; sister,. Mary Griffin; brot}Jer, Charles Johnson; and a host of other sorrowing family and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) from m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1325 W. North B Street; Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 10:45 a. m. Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd Tampa, 33610 Ph. (813) 232 Fex 1813) 231.0521 le1 ourfimu1ylnke cnrt?o()rmr fii rmlo: -rre nil!' ,;;..Ice : 1o tt_fi11e n11d .-. ,-e;r;,.,. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5. 8 p. m. on Friday evening (today). The family will OVER 75 YEARS OF SE: RVlCE receive friends from 6 7 p. m. The funeral corte g e will arrange from 1911 E. Chelsea St. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. F amily Owu e tl & Op e rat e d verett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Hoine 511 7 North 22 nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 We Offer Crema tion -Personalized Funeral Serv ice s -Shipping 813 237-5775 W e provide affordabl e wit h In l'rofessi onalism 1\nd lliKh Sta11dards ll'ith a 1 Funer al S erv ice. MR. ROGER EDWARD TOLLIVER, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Roger Edward Tolliver, Jr., affectionately called "Boo Boo", of 1701 E. Maple Ave., who.passed away, Wednesday, February. 28, 2007, will be held Saturday, Marcli 10, 2007, at 2 p. m., at Center for Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Ave., Apostle Mark.Jones, Sr., pastor, Rev. Edwin Woodard, pastor of Fruit of the Spirit Ministry, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Roger was born August 9, 1963, to Patricia and Roger Edward Tolliver; Sr. He enjoyed spending thne with family, working out imd listen ing to music. He was preceded in death by: his father; and aunt, Martha Johnson. He leaves behind to cherish loving and fond memories: his mother, Patricia Savage and husband, Lloyd; a loving and devoted companion of 25 years, Ernestine Walker; 8 children, Roger Tolliver, Ill, Joy Tolliver, Grecham (Booshea) To.lliver, Ronisha Tolliver, Andron McKinney,-Keyanna Bacon, Rita Girven and Tiffany Walker; grandchildren, Ethan Larry, Ill, Romika Walker, Komia Rivers, Alvin Williams, Ill, and Jamila Williams; brothers,-Joseph Tolliver (Karen Tolliver) and Robert Tolliver (Tamara Mullens); sister, Janet Tolliver (Albert Bridges); aunts, Mary J.ane Graham, Delois McKinnon, Betty Scott, all of Tampa, Eddie Mae Mack and Sara Brown, both of Miami, Adena and Bonds, of Roanoke, VA, Anna Doris and Ben Dinkins, of Detroit, MI; uncles, Marcellus Mack and Ruth, of Arlington, GA, Otis Graham (Joyce), of Demascus, GA, Tommy Lee Graham, of Tampa, Melton Lee Graham and wife, Rene, of Bluffton, GA, and Adolph Graham and wife, Diane, of Albany, GA; nieces, Shawana Sherry, Anjerrica Isaac, Joel JJ c s: )> JJ (') :I: 1\) 0 0 ""'-I lsa Perez, Aisha Tolliver, Kemi Tolliver, Kamari Tolliver, La Monique Tolliver, Viterious Applewhite, Alexia Baker and Sierra McDuffie; nephews, Joel Elkanah Sierra, Jr., Jabari Tolliver, Rolando (Twan) 'Tolliver, Joseph Tolliver, Jr., Robert Tolliver, Jr. and Hakim Shabazz, of New Jersey; cousins, Bobby Graham, Sr., Algenon Graham, Anthony McKinnon,' Robin McKinnon, Tyrone McKinnon, Harold Scott, Jr., Eric Scott, Patricia Davis, Annie Larry, Shawn Bannister, of Roanoke, VA, Charlie Johnson, Edmond Johnson, James Johnson and Choppidot Johnson, all of Georgia; a devoted mother-in-law, Ellen J. Duhart; devoted 1 friends, Pastor Edwin 0 'Woodard, Stephen Johnson, JJ Reginald Wright (Red), C Gregory Wright, Keyin )> 'Johnson, Allen Johnson, (/) Rudolph Johnson, Cuban m Bobby and Kelsey Joe Hughes; Z friends of sws Contracting :::! and devoted friends, Gw-eh Z Thornton, Yolanda Parchmont," m Darlene York and Lisa; and a r;" host of other sorrowing family aJ members and friends. C: Visitation and wake services J= will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) from 5-8 -, p: m. where the family will z receive friends at that time. The funeral -cortege will arrange from 6507 N. 15th St. asked to assemble "tl c: aJ r(i) :I: m c at the church approximately 1:30 p. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. m < m HARMON !fUNERAL HOME I JJ -< -4 c: N. Street, Tampa, -(813) 626-8600 "WE SERVE TO SERVE YOU AGAIN" rn c )> z c c

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""' .o 0 C\1 a; :I: (.) a: <( :E > <( c a: lL c a: lL c z <( c U) W ::::: .... > a: w > w c w U) :J m ::::: Q. z t= w ..J ..J ::::: m ....:. w z t= z w U) <( c a: 0 ..J lL MR. JULIAN ANDRE CARVER Homegoing services for Mr. Julian Andre Carver of 9717 Lewis Road, Thonotosassa,' who passed away Friday, March 2, 2007, at Tampa General Hospital, will be held Saturday, March 10,2007, at 11 a. m. from the First Missionary Baptist Church of Seffner, 6720 County Road 579, Seffner, with the Reverend Nathaniel Love, interim pastor, and Reverend Willie Jackson, Pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens.. Julian Andre Carver was born May 11, 1981, in Ft. Lauderdale, to Mrs. 'Carver Knight and the late, Mr. Wayne McBride. In 1992, as a young man, Julian accepted Christ and was baptized at Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church in Ft. Lauderdale. While serving the Lord at Evergreen, he was a member of the Junior Usher Board. After moving to Thonotosassa, in 1994, where he attended Armwood Senior High School, he was the quarterback for the Armwood Junior Varsity Football Team in 1998. In 2000, he graduated from Santaluces Community High School in Boynton Beach. He furthered his education in Computer Design at New England Technical Institute in Boynton Beach. In his later years, he worked with his father in Thonotosassa as a roofer for Knights Roofing until his time of departure home. Andre leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and devoted parents, Willie and Deborah (Carver) Knight, Thonotosassa; 2 sisters, Stephanie Bullard, Misawa, Japan, and Anitra (Carlos) Knight, Thonotosassa; 4 brothers, Ed (Fran) Knight, Ft. Lauderhill, Timothy Knight, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale, Demetrius Knight, Thonotosassa, and Joel (Tisa) Carver, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale; 6 nieces, Timeshia, Simahj, Nia, Tia,-Aiyanna and Aniya; 3 nephews, Timothy, Jr., Tyler and Joel, Jr.; a spiritual sister, Deidre Barron; a spiritual niece, Terra Barron, both of Tampa; a host of loving and caring aunts, uncles, cousins and very close friends. The viewing for Julian Andre Carver will be held on Friday, March 9, 2007, from 5 8 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church of Seffner, 6720 County Road 579, Seffner. The funeral cortege will leave from 9717 Lewis Road, Thonotosassa, on Saturday, March 10,2007, at 10:30 a.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFTER THE EULOGY. Services by EVERETT DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. The homegoing service for Mr. Tedrick Maynard, who passed away Monday, March 5, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 2:30 p. m. from Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 4413 N. 35th Street, with the Rev. M. Murray, pastor, Rev. James Bivens, eulogist, Pastor of Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, West Palm Beach, and Minister Melvin Bivens, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Tedrick was born in El Paso, TX, June 4, 1981. He moved to Tampa and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was enrolled at FMU at the time of his death. Tedrick was a scholar who spoke several languages. Tedrick was a very loving person. He was pre"ceded in death by his father, Thaymon Maynard. "' He leaves to cherish his memories: mother, Betty Knowles; -stepfather, Matthew Knowles; sister, Lawanda Langston; twin brothers, Lamar and Jabbar Maynard; grandmothers, Lillie Bivens of Tampa, Jerry and Josephus Mosely, GA; aunts and uncles, Bridget Henry, Frank and Reama Scott, Nick and Tamenia Bellamy, Martin and Samantha Mulero, George and Faye Parker, Archie and Sunday Reese, James and Lydia Haynes, Rev. James and Freddie Bivens, Minister Melvin and Sandra Bivens, Rose Buggs, GA, Ronnie and Bett Bell, and Chris Coleman; nieces and nephews, Natalia, Natalie, Markisha, Nathaniel, Cedric and Zion; cousins, Atiya (Bryan), Michael_ and Diana Bingham, Dontae, James, Latesha, Quintin, Ashley, Clarissa, Jay, Jiffy, Jarvis, Olivia, Martin, Demeshia, Alre, Marshae, Nickeyla, Leroy, Missy, Tangie, Tasha, Doveta," Clayton, Pervis, Pernell, Nanette, Alfred and Renee Thornton, Orin, Cedric, Almeka, Nikki, Shea, Kimberly, Cherese, Kelly, Jimmy, Jr., Melvina, Lila, Jasmin, Chris, Gloria, Joan and Lesley; special friend, Kimberly; best friend,. Twan; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing for. Tedrick will be held on Friday, March 9, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. Everett Derr & Anderson Funeral HoDJe, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. . The funeral cortege will leave from 4668 Ashburn Square Drive on "Saturday, March 10,2007, at 2 p.m. Services by EVERETT DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. MR. EARLY ROBINSON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Early Robinson will be held on Saturday, March, 10, 2007, at 1 p. m., at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with Rev. John Jeralds, officiating. Interment will follow in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, on Monday, March 12, 2007, at 11 a. m. Mr. Early Robinson was born on April 1, 1920, in Tampa. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William (Olivia Taylor) Robinson. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was a WW II U.S. Army Veteran, serving in the army from 1944-1946. He was well known and respected throughout the community and V.A. Hospital. Mr. Robinson was very independent; he would walk or ride the bus wherever he needed to go. He took pride in taking care of all his affairs until his health began to fail. . On Monday February 27, 2007, Mr. Robinson departed this earthly life. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William (Olivia Taylor) Robinson; and nephew, Theodore Robinson. He leaves to cherish memories of liim: brother, William Robinson, Jr., and wife, Carol of Miami; 6 devoted niece, Paulette Barb and husband, Bishop W. C Barb, Gwendolyn Leno and husband, Charles, Linda Hawkins and husband, Albert, Rhonda Jackson and family, Brenda Wilson and family,. and Margaret L _owe and family; nephews, William Robinson, III and family and Reginald Robinson and family; great' nieces, Regina Mobley and husband, Jimmie, Anika Simmons, Crissy Robinson and Takenya Jackson; great nephews, Darrell Barb, Michael Barb, Leevance Thomas, HI, William Robinson, Christopher Leno and Jimmy Jackson; cousins,'. Audrey Williams and family, Russell Person and family, and Edwin Person and family; a devoted in-law, Hattie Robinson of Miami; friends, Zerdine Jackson and family,. the Pringle family, Frances Pasco and family and Marian Robinson, and family; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Visitation for Mr. Early Robinson will b e held on this Friday e v ening, from 6-8 p. 'm. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa. John Harmon, L.F.D. and James Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. BETTY JEAN TUCKER HALL A memorial service for Mrs. Betty Jean Tucker Hall, who passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2007, will be held :. PATRICIA LOUISE JOHNSON on Saturday, March 10, 2007, A homegoing celebration at 11 a.m., at Harmon Funeral will be held on Saturday,Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th March 10, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Street, Tampa, with Rev. St. Paul Missionary Baptist Charles Grant, officiating. Church, 14518 7th -Street, Betty was born on October Dade City, with Rev. 1i, 1950, in Hillsborough Nathaniel Sims, officiating. County to the late Ella Interment will follow in Dade Frazier and Samuel Tucker, City Cemetery. Sr. Her stepmother, Lillie Sister Patricia Louise Belle Tucker, loved Betty as Johnson was born April 10, her own. She was the grand-1936, in Dade City, to Ernest daughter of the late Mr. and W (Jack) Johnson and Vivian Mrs. Willie (Jesl!lie) Pearce, Louise Johnson (both and was married to the late deceased). She was a lifelong Hall. member of St. Paul Mrs. Betty.Jean Tucker Hall Missionary Baptist Church was educated in the public where she served in many school system of Hillsborough capacities, including County and she was employed Superintendent of the with St. Joseph's Women's Sunday School, member of Hospital. She was also A mem the Sanctuary .Choir, of her of the Mt. Moriah which she .was the President Primitive Baptist Church. for many years, member of Betty was a loving sister, the Senior Missionary aunt, cousin, and friend. SJ!e Ministry of which she was a loved spending time with fam Past President, l)eaconess, ily and friends. Her loving Ministry, and Director of' spirit touched everyone Vacation Bible School. She around her. She would always was married to Curtis keep you smiling. : Cannon, Sr. .. ,. ,f ...-She leaves to cherish her She was proud of being a memory: caring aunts, Jackie lifetime resident of Dade Jones, Betty Frazier, L eola City. She attended .Moore and Roberta Pitts; 4 devoted Academy. Later gettmg her brothers, Samuel Tucker high school diploma from--(fiancEe, Marie), Carlton .Pasco County Adult (Clarissa) Burrough, Michael Education after which she Thompson and Johnnie attended St. Leo College. She Brown; 6 loving sisters, worked in the Pasco County Barbara (Michael) Johnson, School System as a Head Venita Mungin, Jackie Start and Pre-K Teacher at (Anthony) Green, Sharon Rodney B." Cox Elementary (Larry) Lee, Yvonne Blount School, retiring in 2003, and Amy Ramos; 13 nieces, after 33 years of ded1cated Latonya, Stephanie, Jumera, service. Sister J?hnson also Carratonya, Tiffany servedas a foundmg member -Lakeshia, Arneisha, Shante, and Chairperson of the Whitney, Alexis,_ Clara and Moore Academy Tamia; 12 nephews, Paul, High School Alumni Leonard, Tony, Joseph, Association, of which she was Joshua, Mario, Isreal, Arnold, proud to be a part. Derek, Marcel, Sean and She was preceded in death Willie; special cousins, by: a daughter, Pamela 'Rhonda (Kenny) and Yvette Gentles; and_ 3 sisters, Linda Holt; 7 great nieces and 6 McDonald, Hazel White and great nephews; best friend, Charmaine Johnson. Betty; and a host. of other sor-. On February 26, 2007, her rowing friends and family, Father called.her Her including the Pitts and memories 'Will be c)lerished Tucker families. by: four sons; urtis (Rusty) John Harmon, L.F.D. and Cannon, Jr., Gregory Milton James Harmon, L.F.D. Cannon, Mar.vin (Chubby) A HARMON BURIAL Johnson and Cisco Johnson; REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Pride" 461 5 E. Hanna Tampa33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626 2332 six daughters, LaFran Darlene Cannon-Reddin, Cheryl Renee (Pineapple) Cannon, Pamela Gentles (deceased), Marva Louise Johnson, Lucy. Marlene (Wilmon; Jr.) R eddick, and Leola Johnson; twenty-six grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren; three brothers, Michael (Sallie) Johnson, Stephen B. Johnson and Gary 0. (Maxine) Preston, Sr.; seven sisters, Annette (Joseph) Booker, Delsia Smith, M elanie Mack, Tanya Johnson; two devoted aunts, Maizie Gibson and Martha Lewis; and a host of devoted cousins, nieces, nephews and other sorrowing friends, including Mrs. Neudie Scott. MILTON FUNERAL HOME SERVICE.

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i Glory SISTER ARi..EATHA DANIELS .;J.:. A celebration of life for Sister Arleatha Daniels will be held on Saturday, March 10,'2007, at 11 a. m., at The Highway Church of the Apostle Faith, 3218 N. 40th Street, where Elder Alfred Belle is the pastor and eulo:-' gist. Participants of this glorious service will include Pastor Ronald Ellis of Exalted Word Ministries of Seffner and Elder James Ellis of Prayer and Faith Outreach Ministries, Chicago, IL. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Sister Arleatha Daniels was born June 11, 1940, in Tampa. She was the 4th of 11 children. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Rev. Aaron Ellis and Lubertha Ellis; and sisters, Emma Lee Cobb and Mary Lou Wright. Sister Daniels resided in New York fo}:' 16 years and later was united in .Holy Matrimony to Mr. Jam,es Daniels for 38 years. Sister Daniels was an employee at The Children's Lighthouse for over 10 years. \Sister Daniels was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost under the covering of the Highway church of the Apostle Faith. She went home to glory on March 1, 1 2007. W e the family are confident in knowing that while we who are still home in the body, Sister Daniels is present with the Lord. Sister Arleatha Daniels leaves to rejoice: her beloved husband, Mr. James Daniels; her daughter, Sheila WalthourWalker and husband, Gregory; grandchildren, Brittany Cassell and Myosia Kahende; her sisters; Ms. Carolyn Sledge of Tampa, Mrs. ... Eleanor Flourney of Tampa, an'd Mrs. Sheryl Sharp and 'liusband, John of Tampa; brothers, Mr. Aaron Ellis Jr. of Tampa, Mr. Matthew Ellis and wife, Lowuan of Mr. Warren Ellis and wife, Susan of Washington, D.C., Elder James Ellis and wife, Shirley of IL, and Pastor Ronald Ellis and wife, Annie Ruth of Tampa, and a hos t of many other r elatives and friends. Visitation will be held at The Highway Church of the Apostle Faith, 3218 N. 40th Street, Tampa, on Friday March 9, 2007, from 6 8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. Place A Fllrida Sentinel Newsrack In Great Place (813) 248 MRS. OSIE BELL COLBERT Funeral services for Mrs. Osie Bell Colbert will be held Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 11 a. m., at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 N . Lowe Street, Tampa, where Rev. Willie J. Cook is the pastor and Rev. Robert Wiberley, Pastor of Abundance Life Deliverance Ministry Center of Miami, will be the gist, and Rev. Byron Pressley will be the officiant. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Colbert was a native of Tampa. She was also educated in the Hillsborough County Public Schools. She was preceded in death by: husband, Julius Colbert, sister, Avis Williams; and her son, Tony Harper. She leaves to cherish her fond memories: a devoted daughter; Fawn Colbert and Jay Green of Tampa; 2 sons, Andrae and Shawn Harper of Washington, DC; 3 devoted grandchildren, AntOnio, Daja and Desiree Wade of Tampa; 4 sisters, Jessie Mae Jones of Tampa, Evelyn Roan of O .klahoma City, Willie Mae Wiggins of Baltimore, MD, and Gloria Moore and Keith Johnson of Tampa; 2 brothers, Bernard Andrews and wife, Wanda of Miami, and Harry Andrews of Tampa; friends, Betsy Davenport, Wanda Walden, and Shantel Weems, Nieces Ronda, Pebbles Holder of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will he held at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on Friday, March 9, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. FUNERALS (Columbus, GA) MR. LOUIS VALDEZ, JR. Memorial services for Mr. Louis Valdez, Jr. will be Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 11 a. m. at St;. Mark Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Charles A. Perry, Sr., pastor, officiating. Mr. Louis Valdez, Jr., of Columbia, GA, passed away Thursday, February 22,2007, at Muscogee Manor Nursing Facility. He as 77 years old. Born in Tampa, on March 7, 1929, Mr. Valdez was the son of the late, Louis, Sr. and Essie M. Johnson Valdez. He was employed with the City of Louisville, KY, Sanitation Department. He was a member of St. Mark Baptist Church in Tampa, and was an U.S. Air Force veteran. Mr. Valdez was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Dunson Valdez. .Survivors include: 3 sons, Michael Valdez and Steven Valdez of Carrolton, GA, and Lawrence Valdez of Louisville; daughter, Tonya Mahoney (Juan) of Columbus, GA; sister, Evelyn Flagler-Shank of Tampa; 6 grandchildren, Rachel Valdez and Nicholas Valdez of Carrollton, Michael Valdez (Kristen) and Mitchell Valdez (Crystal) of Germany, Tiara Mahoney and Taniah Mahoney of Columbus; 9 great grandchildren; 2 nephews, Rev. Phillip Ballard (Marie) of Forrest City, AR, and Keith A. Flagler (Helen) of Tampa; sister-in-law, Ruth Moreland (James) of Dayton, OH; 3 brothers-in-law, Lebron Dunson '(Herlina) and Reuben Dunson (Minnie) of Dayton, OH, and Robert Almon of Thomasville, GA; a goddaughter, Kandace Flythe (Jimmie) of Dallas, TX; 2 god sisters, Joyce Reddish (Tyrone) and Hazel Gardner; and a host of other relatives and friends that include the Ballard, Brady, Cohen, Farmer, Flagler, Mahoney, McFadden, Milligan, Shank and Simms' families. Creative Eye Catching -Realistic Monuments Quality Products At Great Prices Superior Engraving Done Experienced Mastercraftsmen Always D e p endable & R eliable MONALIS ... MONUMENTS: (813) 810 -0301 Fax (81 3 ) 2 4 2-4 194 32 0 2 Eas t M .L.K. Blvd Tampa Serving The Tampa Bay Area For Ov e r 24 Y ea r s Cre dit C ard s MRS. BESSIE JANE JENKINS Mrs. Bessie Jane Jenkins of 6103 I. St.reet, Wimauma, passed away Friday, March 2, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 12 noon at First Prospect Missionary Baptist Church, 6012 Edina Street with Reverend Phillip Garris, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Mrs. Jenkins was a native of Pender, North Carolina, and a resident of Wimauma for 50 years. She was educated by Pender County Training School, Pender, North Carolina. Mrs. Jenkins was a member of First Prospect M. B. Church and was employed as a Custodian for the School District of Hillsborough County. She leaves to cherish her memory: two daughters, Beverly Levins (Fred Sr.) of Omaha, Nebraska, and Patricia Jenkins of Bradenton; three sons, Otis Jenkins, Jr. (Lena) of Tampa, Rufus Jenkins and Roosevelt Jenkins (Sharon Jordan) bothof Wimauma; mother, Mrs. Retha Robinson of Hampstead, North Carolina; brother, Mr. Earl Robinson of Baltimore, Maryland; two sisters, Mrs. Eddie Mae Clenvinen of Bronx, New York, and Mrs. Bernice Callier (James Russell); aunt, Sister Goldie Garnett of Wimauma; eight grandchildren, Fred Levins, Jr. (Tracy) of El Paso, Texas, Yolanda Hemphill (Brian) of Hampton, Virginia, Michelle Jordan of Bradenton, Otis J enkins, III, Leniqua' Dominique. Jenkins, Angelica' Janae Jenkins of Tampa, Reginald Jenkins of Bradenton, and Veronica Jenkins of Tampa; ten great grandchildren; special cousins, Mr. James Garnett and Mrs. Thelma Berrien (James); sister-in-law, Mrs. Kelsie Smith (Rowland); special friends, Mrs. Ora Bell Levins, the Jordan and Jackson families; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, March 9 2007 at Ray Williams Funeral. Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrang z c "TT ::D i5 ?< ..... cp l>

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f_t )l (, MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS IN LOVING MEMORY OF FREDRICKA LOWE JACKSON 11111/59 3/9/85 They say a sister's bond can't be broken and that is true. We still miss you like it was yesterday. Love always, your son, Jessie Jackson, Jr.; parents, Cleo and Freddie Lowe; sisters, Kathy (Ron) Derr, Gail (Archie) Harrison, Lavonne Anderson, Karen (Leonard) Hart; and a host of family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TERRENCE T. NICHOLS, SR. March 6, 1968 -March 12, 2001 It's been 6 years since the angels came and carried you home to be with our heavenly father. But your spirit and the loving memories of you will never be forgotten. Love always: kids, Terrence, Jr., Terrencia and Antwan; parents, Kitty and Alphonso Sheppard, and the late, Eddie Thompson; brothers, Sam and Cedric Hicks; also the Lowe, and other family members and friends. OWNER Serving Tampa, St. Pete and Snrrunnding 8'lt lii'!nt CHARLIE ARCHIE 2-21 IN MEMORIAM DENNET ARCIDE 2-18 Sadly missed by the family. Wife, Inez; sons, daughters, grandchildren, great grandchildren, daughter-in-law, mom, sisters, brother and other family members. You will forever live in our hearts. We love and miss you all. The Archie Family. CARD OF THANKS LEROY WILLIAMS The family of the late Leroy Williams would like to thank the community and everyone for all their acts of -kindness, for prayers, cards, flowers, food and drinks during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Praise Outreach Bible Study Church Pastor Gloria Johnson and Elder Reed of Grace Mary M. B. Church and Harmon Funeral Home; sisters, Frances, Freddie Mae and Mildred, and the Brookins and Blakely fami-. lies. SYLVIA THOMPSON COLEY The family of the late Mrs. MRS. PAMELINA BEVEL Sylvia Thompson Coley would like to express thanks for all acts of kindness to The family would like to everyone who thought of us express our thanks and grat-during the time of our loss. itude for all the prayers and Thank you for your acts of kindness shown prayers, visits, food, cards ing our time of sorrow,' and love you showed. Special thanks to: Mr. Special thanks to: Pastor T. Jones and the Morning Glory W. Jenkins and the New staff, Rev. Bart-holomew Hope Family. We are grateful Banks and the St. John for the love you showed to the Thompson family. And, Progressive Church family Wilson Funeral Home and and the management and staff for your services. May staff at GAF. God bless you all. The Bevel, Wesley ., r 0 :0 UJ m z ::! z m r;IJJ c r r m ::! z "tJ c IJJ c UJ ::I: m c m < m :0 -< -t c m UJ c l> z c The Thompson Family. and Guilford families. "11 :0 CARD OF THANKS JOHNNIE FRANKLJN. .. ,. TEMPLETON The family of Johnnie Templeton thanks you. From: Patricia Williams, Johnny Williams, Jrome (Sylvia) Jackson, Tyren Thomas, Anthony Owens, Anthony, Jr., Antana Richard and Nyla Gavin. CARD OF THANKS ARCIDE LEE MOND The companion and the family of the late Archie Lee Mood, .can never repay your kindness and generosity ... Special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rev. Louis Jones, Rev. Bobby Patton, Minister Semmie Anderson, Rev. Joseph Reed, Rufus Arthur Smith, Earnest Calhoun, Bobby Wilds, the Martin Luther King Choir, Melissa Anderson, Ella Johnson, Nettie Green, Joyce Corbitt, Janice Sturks, Shirley Johnson, Sandra Hargrett, Brotherly Love of Loretta Ingraham Center,Melvin Gunn, Organist/Pianist, The friends of Cal's Place, members of the Kappa Alpha Psi. Fraternity, Tampa Golf Club, 1956 Class of Don Thompson High School and LifePath Hospice and Lewis Corbitt. Our sincere love and appreciation, Betty Henderson (com-panion) and the Mood family. : has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (8.13) 253 Fax : (813) 251-4912 Email : raywms@ij net c .. G') m 1\.') .... l>

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A special thanks to: the Beulah Baptist Church family and Minister, Rev. Dr. Favorite and to the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and Minister, Rev. Dr. Kirkland for the comfort extended and for all services rendered. Grace Mitchell, Bivens and Jefferson families. CARD OF THANKS A beautiful and blessetl homegoing celebration service for Ms. Lucinda Snoddy was held on Feb. 15, 2007, at the Garden of Memories Funeral Home, with the Rev. JoeL. Gay, Sr., the'Pastor of St. James AME Church, offi ciating. .. We the'family wish to thank all attendees and program participants with special thanks to Rev. Joe Gay, Mother Mattie Mills; Sister. Sallie Holmes, Lnda Brown, Shaundra Brown, Dian Inmon, Mr. Ray Moore and family, Mr. David White, the staff of the Home Association. We thank GOd for blessing her to live for 104 years. We miss you, "Aunt Lu" but we take comfort in knowing that ou are safe in the MS. LUCINDA SNODDY Shepherd's Arms. Rev. Gloria Asbury Hinds and family. LOCAL Son Of Chaplain Moses Brown Found Dead The 21-year-old son of Pastor Moses Brown was found dead in his home in Portland, Oregon. Pastor Brown received the call early from his daughter, Monique, w..ho also resides in Portland informing him of the death of David Moses Brown. music. Pastor Brown stated that he had received two letters from his son over the past 2 weeks and they were upbeat and happy letters. "He was talking about his walk with the Lord. They were very upbeat letters. "He loved music, was very adventurous and very spiritual-minded," Pastor Brown: explained. Pastor Brown said investigating officials have ruled out suicide. An autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of death. Young Brown was also in good health, his DAVID MOSES BROWN Funeral services are planned for Monday in Portland. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Feed The Children, P. 0. Box 290415, Tampa, FL 33667 father said. Pastor Brown said his son attended King High School and had been gone from the city about 3 years. He was in school in Portland studying NATIONAL Fire Kills 8 Kids NEW YORK-An extended family trapped in their burning Bronx house screamed for help in the night, and one womantosse d children from a second-floor window to try to save them, witnesses and authorities said Thursday. Nine people died. Eight of the victims were children including 7-month-old twins and boys ages 4 and 9, according to authorities and relatives. A woman in her 40s also died, and 10 people were hospitali ze d. Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned the death toll could increase. Twenty-two members of the extended family from the west African nation of Mali liv e d in the house, the mayor said. A space heater or an overloaded power strip may have started the blaze, the city's deadliest since the 1990 Happy Land nightclub fire, not including the September 11 attacks, he said. Outside. the charred house; a few blocks from Yankee Stadium, neighbors described how a woman had hurled children from the broken window s amid the blaze. .A.mong the dead, according to family members, were Fatoumata Soumare and her three children: a son, Dgibril, and 7-monthold twins, Sisi and Harouma. Their father, Mamadou Soumara, was driving his cab in Lucky To Be Alive: A young survivor peers up at an EMT worker as he is carried on a gurney to an ambulance from last night's horrible Bronx Fire. Manhattan_when he received a frantic phone call from his wife. Boy, 16, Inspires others As Entrepre-neur H OUSTON A southeast Texan is the CEO of his own foundation, writing a book and At a recent seminar, the crowd was riveted listening to what Davis had to say. "As a young entrepreneur I continue to aim for the top every day. rm faced with different obstacles," h e said. "I b elieve why not work for yourself. Why go and. work for another person when you can bene fit yourself by_ ing your own company or doing something positive for "The Voice Of Our Co mmunity Speaks For Itself; 5en t .. lnel -. B -uiE-on-. . : ; : . . . . : . : ,. . . . . . . : .... (813) 248-1921 Name: Mailing Address:_ -----------------City:_ --------,.,,.---'State:....,.;;..-,---:Zip : _ ....,.__ _6 Months $44 1 Year $87 Mail Or Bring Payments To: : E. 21st. Ave., Tampa, FL 33605 KEITH DAVIS works part time as a motiva. tiona! speaker -:-all as a teenager,. Keith Davis, 16, is spreading a message "Stay focused and have the drive and things can be done even a t a young age," h e said. "fm doing motivational speaking, modelin g; acting." The entrepreneur is known as a star student and a stellar athlete. But at a young age, his dad knew he was destine d for something big "He'd been trying to b e an entrepreneur since h e was 3 years old," father Keith Davis Sr. said . "He was always trading Pokemon cards, always telling me, I had soine bubblegum and made .a profit." yourself." .. .3 He.is GEO : -ofthe Keith J. Davis. Jr,.:_Foundation and his first book. ': ...... Suit Ac;cuses Drug Chain Of Racial Bias _. ST. LOUIS-The federal government Wednesday sued Walgreen Co alleging widespread racial bias agains t thousands of Black workers throughout the nation's largest drug. store chain. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged in a class-action lawsuit that Walgreen,. based in. Deerfield, Ill., makes decision s about. employee assignment and promotion based on race Most of the complaints that l ed to the lawsuit; fil e d in U.S. District Court in East St. Louis, m : came from employees andformer employees in St. Louis, Kansas City, Detroit and Tampa. But EEOC officials in St. Louis said they have found evidence of the same trend around the country. Walgreen released a statement saying it is c9mmitte d to "fairness, _diversity and opportunity" .and that it was "sad dened and disappointed" by the EEOC action.

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l ... !uthw Pears For Health Case Of Driver Charged In Of Mlaalng Daughter 1m,!::::*:! .... 8 Accident With lnveatlsated 1 O.Y 8t} alde1 t t\mght bfick lii% tt\lk M::a:w:h Mi. P@tty dt\ughttn, fii Spoto High .. :sfitd TU:'ftmi UI:Rt :alllty-bus hmne. Thursday, Ms. %13.\d stm1Mne at the :s:aw htu along with 3 get into a "'n\is happened during the when should been in class," said Ms.' in the West Tampa area." Ms. Petty said Tiffani may "1: got a call from the school also be in the Sulphur at 11:55 a.m. who told Springs area, although she about the incident." has no family or friends in Ms. Petty said she later that area. found out 2 of the girls had "She left with no money and returned to the school, but only the clothes on her back. Tiffani and another. girl are She's very aqemic, and has a still missing. chronic asthma condition. She "'' talked to the man who hasn't taken her medication drove the girls away, and he since she. disappeared. said he dropped them off at Ms. Petty said Tiffani hasthe malL The two girls who n't contacted her or any ofher eame back said the same friends, but the girl that left thing, but they didn't know. with her contacted one of what happened with Tiffani their friends and said she and and the.other girl." Tiffani were fine. Ms. Petty said Tiffani has Tiffani Petty is described Ueft home before, but has as 5'7" tall and weighing 109 l!llewer been gone this long. pounds. "'The Jlast time she did this, Anyone who knows her d!te was gone 3 days. I found whereabouts is asked to con\OOJllt -wB:uen she came home she tact the Hillsborough County Bn:md'-'been suspendt!d' from Sheriffs Office and ask for SJdlnool and was scaied to face Deputy Phillips at (813) me. That time. she was found 24 7-0897. For Information Leading To The Capture Of : .. CRYSTAL MARSHALL Please Contad:. Against All Odds Bail Bond 5006 E. Broadway Ave. (813) 300-9107 E., BAIL BONDS Fne Services Offered To Clients JoiJ lefrerrals Referrals For Treatmtent .._.blisblng Convicted Feloru Voting Rights / 664-0404 .5005 Martin Luther Ki Jr. Blvd. (lblock ,FREE BoNd I NW'U @@t You Out Quick ... V@Y WOfl't Hove To Sit" 7821 ft .,. .., 81#. 1 J Darrell I ngra Owner On Thursday morning, otfi-g cials at St. Joseph's Hospital discover a woman pretending to be a new employee spent Sheriffs Monday night helping team to 18th Street a:nd Bear9FS!i members with basic tasks in Avenue at a,m, the Emergency Department. Thursday on a report t!llf Her identlty is known, but someone being :sltnllek by a won't be released due to her vehicle. medical history. A d' h ..,...,..jf-Initially, the woman escorted ccor mg to t e rer""""' patients and visitors from one Meryam EI-Noursi,,. 9. was area of the department to crossing in the Cro&S walk in another. She was asked to front of Mort Elementary. take a patient's blood pres-with the crossing guard in sure, but was relieved from the middle of the crossing.. that responsibility when it At that time, deputies said became apparent she was not Edger Anthoney Hilton.. accustomed to their equip-44 went through the crossment. She later was asked to prepare a patient for testing, ing, striking the child. She but was also unable to accom-was transported to a local plish that and again was hospital as a precaution and relieved from duty. is reported to have non-life Those observations led staff threatening injuries. to believe the woman was too .. -Hilton was a.rresmd amd duuged with Dill with lmdffi... ly injmy. mnniDg a red lighlt, and failure to yield to a pedestrian. Hilton's bail is set at $750. .,. r new at the job to be involved directly with patients, so she was asked to simply observe a patient care technician at work. The woman spent 10 hours at the hospital, and was asked for her identification badge by other workers. She told them it had been lost, but she was getting another one the ne."(t day, according to hospital offi cials. Suspect Sought In Stabbing Death 0 ::u g U) m z ::j The Tampa Police Department is investigating the incident and said they can't release a report or the woman's name, but did say she was a Black female in her 30s. "We are investigating and interviewing everyone to see if a crime was committed," said police spokeswoman Andrea Davis. FREDERICKWVE ..... stabbing victim "We're investigating health issues she may or may not have had at the time she came in contact with the patients." ST. PETERSBURG -The St. Petersburg Police Department has arrested a LET FREEDOM' RING -. AMOS BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24-hrs For Information leading to die arrest & conviction of personlsJ responSible for die deadl af Kwane Doster on December 21, 2114. canbct TIIIPI Pallce letecllll_._ @ 18131 216-3559 z m r-1 m c:: r II .. ..... z c: 1111 ,... c;; :::r: m c MALCOLM DANFORD m being sought by police for < JJJU1'der m titan in the stabbing death or another man Thursday morning. Police were called to the 3700 block of 18th Avenue. South about someone being cut. ..... c m UJ c )> z 0 Poiice sa1d Frederick "11 ::u Love, 24. anCi Malcolm 0 Danford, 24. had been involved in a physical altercatioti and Love was stabtJed in the chest. Danford fled the scene and Love was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Police said Danford is not in custody and is being sought on a charge of murder. '" clon'lsee things as .., 1 14, 19 wnheln by 22, as_ 29, 33, 35., 37 as we..._"' Q m t

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B I NAACP Chair In Town ToHelp Wlth Fundralser l Julian Bond, Chairman of the NAACP Board of Directors, was in town recently to assist the Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Library Foundation fundraiser. The funds are -being raised to rebuild the Ybor City branch library renamed in honor of Civil Rights warrior, Robert W. (Bob) ; Saunders, Sr. (Photographs by Ricky Roberts) Fred Hearns, right, served as the chairperson of the banquet. He is shown with the featured guest speaker Julian Bond, Chairman of the Board of the NAACP. City Council Gwen Miller and State Senator Arthenia Joyner were among those in atte'ndance at the ban-. quet. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy (Claybra) Selmon attended the banquet where Julian Bond was the guest speaker. Machelle Manor and NAACP State Official, Leon Russell of County. 11 .i I Left to right: Jesse Patty; Mrs. Helen Saunders, Julian Bond and Elder Michelle Patty. Mrs. Da'Rel Campbell provided entertainment for the evening. Willie Robinson was among the guests at the banquet. Mrs. Shirley Lowry attended the banquet that benefited the Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Library Foundation Mrs. Gloria Philmore and State Representative Betty Reed. Julian Bond stopped at the Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Library and posed with tWo of the staff members, Darlene Harris, left, and Carrie Hurst in the photo above. In the photo below, he stopped to talk with Joy.

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c a: L'-c z < Q en w :) fi: w > w Q w l: en ::; Ill :) L z ffi :::t :) Ill .!I w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Ill I N w e, BIRTHDAY GREETINGS 'Y'all Not Ready For The Business' SHAWN, CHARISSE, MS. TOYA, NIQUE And CHRISSY . ... Happy birthday to Ms. Toya, 3/12. Big Bag 3/10 at Tillie's Sports Bar, Port Tampa. SHAWANAAnd JERMAIN ; Special birthday wishes go out to the most important woman in my life. Enjoy your day Baby, I'll be home soon and we're going to celebrate till death do us part'... Keep your head up out there and stay strong. Iiappy birthday Baby. ya, Loc. SHONDA And HUGH Yes, I would like to send a special birthday shout out to a wonderful mother and lady, Mrs. Roshonda Roqinson. Love always, Uniquia and Hugh. Also, happy birthday, Mrs. Ida Mason, 3-10, Uniquia, 3-22-04, Otayvion Dixon 3-29, Chari, 3-27, Robert Lee, 3-30 and Lil Rose, 3-31. FAMILY oQ,..., DEVELOPMENT Family SPECIALIST Center JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university in a human services or related discipline and 2.yeais experience. JOB KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES: Communicate effectively Ability to work independently Ability to complete tasks within clearly established deadlines and according to state legislated guidelines and standards. JOB DESCRIPTION: . FDS carries full case load oflicensed foster homes and is responsible for on-going assessment and assuring re-licensing compliance; place ment, advocacy and family support. SALARY RANGE: 24K-28K depending upon experience, kn I d k 'II d bTf must fax their resume to (813) 231-7196, Attn: Kcsha Nixon MS. TOYA And MS.NIQUE Mama said there will be days like this ... and a true Dime is hard to find. Happy birthday Big Cuz. Love, NiQue. SHAWANDA, RO, MEEK And COCOA Wishing my favorite {fiend a happy birthday and many more. Love,Ro. MRS. KATHRYN ROSS-MERRI'M' Happy 49th birthday to my beautiful wife, Kathryn Ross-Merritt. I love you. From your husband, John Merritt. NEED GOOD SECRETARY Must be experienced with above average computer knowledge. Pay and benefits commensurate with experience Call (813) 221-1800 andfaxResumeto(813) 221-1802 FRED FRED And SIMONE (Mom) Happy birthday to my #1 man, Fred. Love, Mommy. My Leather's So Soft TUAN And CHON I would like to wish the #l lady in my life a very happy birthday. Love, Tuan. P. S Birthday bash at the Zanzibar, 3/10/07 for Chon, Shawanda and Tiffany. Everyone's invit;.ed. The Family CHON, ZOOGIE, TUAN, LIL TUAN And SAKIYAH We would like to wish our loving mother a very happy birthday. Love, the kids. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS

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ALL ABOUT YOU! ., :a c Happy Birthday Roshar'Zanae Jackson 4 Months Old 1 Year first time around, she'll be celebrating with family and. friends on . .; Love, Latoya and Roshard (mommy and daddy). SYMPHANY J. LYRIQ MONTGOMERY -. I. #-. who turned 2 years old. Happy belated birthday. From, family and AARON Arid VICKIE To my lady, Ms. Vickie, happy birthday, 3-7-07. With love, your man, Aaron. We're telling your stories celebrating our coin'munity. E-mail the editor, Gwen Hayes at ghayes@flsentlnel.com People's Champ #7 RICKY PARKS, JR. Happy birthday to on March 7th: He will have an exotic party on March 9th with family and friends. We love you. JADE ERICKA MARTIN. Happy birthday Jade, and may God (who can do all things) bless you with many more birthdays to birthday to our mother; our friend and our blessing. We love you, always and forever. From your loving family and a very special friend Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info 1congratulationsl )> :a OCTAVIA, BOY SHAUNAnd CHANELLE Happy belated birthday Nelly, I love you. Love always, your friends, Octavia and Shaun. ARIANA J. GARY Happy 1st birthday; From your mother and the family. Love always. TERENCE AndBRENIA To on her birth. From, your '#1 man, Terence, and kids, Carlos .and Brianna. Happy birth-. day. Love you. : FELICIA' VIOLAMACK . The life of Felicia Mack, she was born August 24th, 1983, one of 7 wonderful children. to Leon and Patricia Mack. We would like to thank God for her and all that she has accomplished in her life. Felicia completed high school in 2001 with a 3.0 GPA. She then attended FMU where she completed her degree in Business with a 3.0 GPA in 2004 and went on to attend Tampa Bay. Beauty Institute for cosme tology. She graduated there this February 2007. Felicia celebrated her accomplishments by traveling to Atlanta, GA, .for a week and to her surprise we the proud parents will be giving her a surprise party this week, March 9th, 2007 at .. 7 p. m. at 1708 E. Columbus Drive, wi. th. family and friends. Well done Felicia. 'rruly. with God all things are possi ble. Continue to strive; don't stop now, your life is just beginning. With love, your Family. Theme: "50 \'ears Of Service For-A Better -With .. JUSTICE PEGGY A. QUINCE. Of The Florida Supreme Co&Wt Saturday, March 10, 2007 A.M Hilton Hotel Airport 2225 N. Lois Ave. Donation Of$30.00 0 ::I: _!D N 0 0 ...... ., r-0 :a CJ) m z ::! z m r;-aJ c: r r m -t-. z "0 c: aJ r-c;; ::I:. m c .. m < m :a--< -t c: m CJ) c )> z -:. c ., :a.-c C) m w I m

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""" 0 0 C\1 ALL ABOUT YOU! 0) :I: (.) a: <( :12: c a: LL. TRACEY, CHAISE And CHAD MS. CHAISE And CHAD Now that you're turning 2, everyone says you're going to be Now that you're turning 2, our love for you is still growing until forever. Now that you're turning 2, you're more independent, yet still our 'baby.' My, my time really does fly, but you're still Tracey and Chad's 'little lady.' Now that you're turning 2, family and friends want you to know they love you a bunch. c a: LL. c z c:( c (/) w :::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::::i m :::> 0.. z j:: w ...J ...J :::> m ...:. w z .. j:: z w (/) c:( e a: 0 ...J LL. So, happy 2nd birthday and know mommy and daddy love you twice as much. Love, mom, Tracey, dad, Chad, and family and friends. JUAN, MAME And JAYLEN I would like to .wish my 1st born a happy birthday and you know you can have anything I own, work my fingers all the way to the bone. Ha, ha, ha! Duh. I love you. JUAN, MAME And JAYLEN w (!) I would like to wish myself a happy birthday and g lad to see another xear, bette r than the last. Wedding Celebration MR. And MRS. DEREK (TATELSHA) HOWARD Mr. and Mrs. Derek (Tatelsha) Howard celebrated their wedding on February 24th. Our love seems to grow stronger and stronger every day. They are members of Mt. Zion Methodist Church of Tampa, Rev. Dwayne Gaddi's, Officiating Pastor. JOSH And MIRIAM, a.k.a. MR. And MRS COLEMAN I just want everybody to see what time it is between my husband and I. Love you, Boo. Just Married Just watch and learn. Port Tampa. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call : 248-1921 l\lount Olhe African Methodist Episcopal Church I 747 La s alle Str eet Tampa FL 3307 8 13-254 5045 UFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Worshipping At "The Church With A Vrsion" WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Shadowlawn, Tampa, FL, 33610 (813) 238-6706 9:30A.M. Church School 7:45A.M. Worship (First Sunday Only) 11:00 A.M. Worship Bible Study Wednesda 7 P. M. New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 50th street Tampa, Florida 33619 813 242-6268 w .. "Believing, Teaching, And Using The Bible To Forever Impact lives By Evangelizing The Sinner And Educating The Believer" sunday Morning Church School @ 9 :30am sunday Morning W orship @ 11 :OOam I CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY I Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for christ @ 7:00 pm Of.Tampa-391o vi. Laurel Street Tampa: FL 33607 PASTOR Z. BOWERS TWENTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY ON SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2007 ::. \

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RELIGIOUS EVENT _ -.Tyer Temple United Methodist Church Hosts Valentine's Day Service Tyer Temple United Methodist Church men hosted Valentine's Day Service, featuring the Florida A & M University Concert Choir. The theme "for the evening was "Songs of the Spirit." The F AMU Choir featured spiritual, classical and gospel songs that moved the souls of all who were in attendance. Mrs. Jacqueline Wilds, a proud alumnus of FAMU,'. was the mistress of ceremony for .'She also sang in the concert choir . -Tyer Temple United Methodist Men are "Men of the move for Jesus," this is one of the many events planned for 2007. Charles McDonald is the chairperson of the group and Geraldine Christopher is the pastor. (Photos courtesy of John Strong) Mistress of ceremony for the Valentine's Day Program, Jacqueline Wilds, and her nephew, Johnny Williams, Jr., who is the Assistant Director of the FAMU Concert Choir. She received flowers and a plaque from the Men of Tyer-Temple for her assistance with the Valentine's Day program. Covenant Mi!i!iionary Bapti!it Church 4610 Ea!it Hanna Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Installation And Welcome Service We, The Members Of Cov enan t Invite You To Come And. Share With Us I!'L Thi:i S e rvice For Our Newly Called .Pastor And Wife, PASTOR CARNELL And SISTER BETTYE UPSHAW Man And Woman Of God !iunday, March 11, 2007 4:00 P.M. So Come And Share With Us In This Glorious Worship Experience. Mt. Z1on A. M. E. C (Formerly Of Hyde Park) nnual7a1Hil'f & ])a't March 11, 2007 Come Worship,Praise & Fellowship With Us In Our N e w Home RONALD R. & MRS FORTUN E Pastor Speaker JUANITA EBER ::. Of Atlanta, GA 11:00 A M Worship Service Theme: Family & Friends Are Working For The Good Of All Or Only For Our. Own Good. All Are Invited Speaker E LDER MICHELLE PATTY 4:00P.M Worship Se rvice Loc ation: 592 0 Robert Toll e Dr. Riv erview, FL 3 3569 Evelyn Daniels received roses and a plaques in recognition of her assistance with the program. Support The Florida Sentinel -Advertisers New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. lake. Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 5 03 9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR F IRS T LADY MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. 11 A.M. Morning Worship Tuesday 7 P. M rayer Meeting & Bibl e Study r 0 ::D en m z ::! z m r;-The Tyer Temple United MethodistMen: front, left to aJ right, Tyrone Brown, George_ Wilds. Back, left to right, c: Charles McDonald, Chairperson, Java Royal, Horace r Anderson, John Strong and John Christopher. m United Methodist men present plaque to Pastor Geraldine Christopher for her leadership at Tyer Temple, while her husband, John Christopher, l _eft, presents roses. z ., c: aJ r en ::t m c m < m ::D -< c::. m en c ?:( )> z c ::D c ?:( C> Kimberly McDonald receiv e d roses and a plaque from m h e r husband, Charles McDonald, Chairperson of the U1 Unite d M ethodis t M e n of Temple. m

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0 N or. .. -2: (,) a: c :e c a: I.L -a: I.L c z c c en ... w > w c w ::J: en :::i m ::::) D. z ;:::: w -l -l ::::) m .!I w z i= z a: g I.L ';: m cD w D. CHURCH DIRECTORY G-nR BITHIL MIHIONARY : BAPTIST CHURCH . : 1207 N .llfhnon St.. T-.., FL. 33602 : (813) 229-1390 I Can Do Allhlrqp Throutllt Christ Which StNnglheneth Me. Phllpplans 4:13 HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRSI HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238-2213 DR. A. F. NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "OtiE SERVICE CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE" Order Of Service: sunc:1u School 10 l.m. S!Mu Morning Worship -11 a.m. Tuesday 7:30 p.ni Bible Study 2nd Weclnasday Night ; 7:30 p.m. Substance Abuse Ministry 3rd Wadnasc:lay 7:30 pm. Singles Ministry 4th Wednesdu 7:30 p.m. Marriage Ministry Thundu Night 7:30 p.m. Worship Servlau Frldu 7:30 P.M. Youth Service Saturdu Morning a.m. Sabbath Service GREATER HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH REVEREND DR. W. J. HAYNES, Pastor I Teacher WELCOMES YOU TO WORSHIP WITH US At A Temporary Location WORD AUVE CHURCH 1024 78th Street South, Palm River ANa C813) 78wn or C813) -208 tk30 a.. CIIIII'CII Scllool 11130 a.. Wonlllp Service 7 P CWaclnesclaV) Praver Service 1 Bible OUR PURPOSE ro lldva-. the Kingdom of God br leading lost souls to an ICCIBPtiiiCIII of Jesus Christ as Lard aftd Saviour, nurturinsr them to maturitr and equipping them to be ambassadors for Christ. OUR VISIOII "To Builc:U Biblical Famllr of Laving Relationships Whose MM!bers Daily and Lon, Follow and Model Christ. -. If are Jooldnil for a church hoine wheni rou'U NC11ive Biblical preaching and teaching, gearad to help each I'Miftber Grow In tMir Christian Walk with the Lord, then Join usl 1Excelling Towafd Excellence" :,: MOUNT PLEASANT .. M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Avenue (Comw of Ronie Ave. .,.d St.) .. "' ., P.O. _Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: Fax (813) 254-1441 E-inail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com ?let. iDIUU4e EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT __, SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PH-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service .7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study . TAPE MINISTRY DR. C. T. KIRKLAND Pastor Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. B. Church 3910 W. Laurel Street 813-872-6254 PASTOR WALLACE Z BOWERS Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ll:OOA.M. Wednesday Night: Prayer Meeting,7:00 P .M. Bible Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon Day Prayer Noon to 1:00 P.M. & Evangelist Eric W. Doss Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Study Sunday : 8 A.M Early Worship; 9 :45A.M. Bible School 10:45a-2nd Morn ing Worship Evening Worship Wednesday: 7p Bible Study (all ages) Tel : 813 -985-557 8 or E-mail:nchrist@tampabay.rr.com 2511 E. COLUMBUS DR. (813) 248 OR (813) 247-3899 Laura Street Cllurcll of Cllrist 1a'd1U 'ACKSON HEIGtn'S CHURCH Of CHRIST 1310 East Laun sar.t P11n1 Cltr, FL 335&& (8131 752-2858 MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE, SR. ORDER .OF SERVICES WWiaril JCarrlson. Minister ....... 1-.diiV SundBY Sdlool For AI Ages 8:30 Moming Bible Studr ............ 9:.S A.M. Homing Worship S.rvb 9:45 a.m. Momlng Worship Worship ......... 11 A.M. Enning Worship Service 5 : 00 p.m. Evening Bible Sludy ...................... .5 P.M. ......... Evening Worship ....................... & P.M. Bible aasses For All Ages 7 :00 p.m. WednesdQ Momlng Bible Studr ................... 10 A.M. 3817 E. Undell Ave Tampa, FL 33610 (813) &&4-98H ihchurchofchrist@aol.com Evening Bible Study ................... ... 7 P.M. St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Church School9: 30 A.M. each Sunday -Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Take Progress Blvd. to S 85th St., turn North, go to Ash Ave. tum E. follow the curve to the lett (S. 86th St.) and the church Is on the right. Join Us Sundays At 11 A.M. At Days Inn 2901 E. Busch Blvd. FL 813-980-2483 First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc 1302 N. Willow Avenue, F L 336 0 7 Sunday School ........ : ............. 9 .:30 A. M. Morning Worship ............. .10:45 A. M: Prayer Service, Tuesday ........ 7:00 P.M. Bible Study, Tuesday ............. 7:30 P.M. REV. RAYFORD HARPER REV. WALTER J. Putor Pa.\'tor early Morning wOrship. 7:55 A.ft'!. 1 Can Do All Things. Through Christ Whic h Strengtheneth Me. su ... y Mornlq Worship. 9:30A.M ...__ _____ __________ P hi lip __ p_ia_ns_4_:1_3__. Morning WDrahlp 10:55 A.M. Wad., Family Night 7 P.M. JESUS PEOPLE FAMILY WORSHIP L....;.._------1 I CENTER-CHURCH.'.; .. 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School 9:15 A.M. Momii'1J Worship -10:30 A M Evening Bible. Class 5 P.M. Eveni11J Worship 6 P.M. Community Bible Class Wednesday, 10-nA.M. TAMPA, FLORIDA 4802 GUNN HIGHWAY CARR&LWOOD'' (IN THE TOWNE CENTER SHOPPING CENTER). First Fruit 7:30 A. M. Morning Celebration 11 A. M. BIBLE STUDY Thursday At 7 :30P.M. ...

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CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH Fint Missionarr Baptist Cllurc TeiDie Crest Church Of Christ Of Highland Pines .. VlaORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. a. CHURCH 2101Lawe SL :: :: ,.,. REV. WILLIE J. COOK, Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday ... ,, College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414'N. 30th St. .. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday Sch9ol -9:30 A.M. Morning Worship-11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship -7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service -7 P.M. 4711 21st Ave. REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627-03338 New FriendshiP M.B.Church 3107 E. lake Ave. 248-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activities SllldaY Ch .. ch School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. uom EwnlngWorshlp 5 P.M. Wednesday Prayer MnUng 7 P.M. Bible Sbldy 7 : 30P M Mt. Zion A.M.'E. Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 t C o mer o f Hw y J O I And "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" . Invite You To Attend Our Service .s: REV. RONALD FORTUNE And FIRST LADY, SIS. MOZELLE FORTUNE Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6 :30P.M. Church School Service 9:30 A.l\1. Worship Service 11 A.M. "Bless The Lord Oh My Soul And All That Is Within Me" "Praise The Lotd's Holy Na!11e" MBMORiflL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEE/fl'l WORSHIP SCHEDVLE sundav Scllool ..... 9:30A.M. sundav Morning WorslliP ..... 11 A.M. Sundav Evening WorslliP 7:30P.M. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesdav Ni!lllt worsllip ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW \IIILLIAHS PASTOR Www.brownmemorla/coglc.org Church Whem rhe love Of' God Flows And rhe Ho!J Ghost Is In Full Control." JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30A.M. Sun. Mom. Worship :30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Everyone Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Early Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED SAM MAXWELL Pastor/Teacher Adult/Children Worship Thnes 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. Pastor Sunday School a.m. Sunday Homing Worship -11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. "//Church That Embodies lind Exemplifies Vncondltlonal love" M.B. CHURCH, INC. REV. JACOB JORDAN, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Early Horning Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Horning Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening Pnoll'flr Meeting & Bible Class 7 p.m. NEW BEGINNING CHURCH SERVICES 7:45A.M. Service 11 A. M. Service 6 P. M. Hip Hop Genre Empowerment Service Bible Study-Wednesday Night at 6:30P.M. Thankful Thursday Fellowship Thursday at 12 Noon. 4413 35th Sl REV. H. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School -9:45 a.m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship -5 p.m. Prayer Meeting .Tuesday. 7:30. p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! "To K11ow Chn: rtllltd To !lfake Cltdrt lVtowtt FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 w. P .. l_tto st. aJeH1 Pas lor Sunday School -9:30 A.M. Homing Worship -11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday-7:30 P.M. DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, III Pastor One Clmrr:ll Two Locations Main Location 10511 Main Street Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Study (Wednesday) 7 p.m. Hurricane Gym 3715 7th Avenue Easl Morning Manna 9 a. m. :jj;j! Jitij.Jj g; Sunday -9:45 A.M. -Adull & Youlh/ Children _____ P a..;.st o_r ____ __. For Transpot1ation, Call (RI3 l 9116 Tuesday 11 A.M. Adull Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Ollldren 7:30 P.M. Adull FridaY Noon USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" lAds 1:8, Rom. 1 : 8, 1 Thes. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE MILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m Sunday School9 :45 a m Homing Worship 10:45 am. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL Ill 621 T..-cfay Prayer 6:30 p.m. Study 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 Lm. 1st and 3rd Saturdan VIsit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org Info@fbcdt.ol'll The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S, .58t.h Street, Tampa, FL 33619-Eider Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody" Early Morning Worship 8:30 A M Sunday Sdtool ... ""'"'"-"""'9:30 A.M. -11:15 A.M. Morning Servlce ............................... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ............................ ;7 P.M. Friday YPww ... : ................................... 7-8 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teadting ........... ::. ...... S-9 P.M. Deacon David C. Jorden, Deacon Board Chairman Church 1813) 621-6764 Home 1813) 654-1950 Fax 18131 51. 'OHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Tampa, Fl, 33605 (Comer 34th Street & 25fh Avenue) Ph: (813 248-3737 or 248-3651 Carellne: (813)-HELP OBC: 247-3205 248-4408 Fax: (813) 242-8078 BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Pastor Weekly Activity Schedule Sunday, 9 a.m .............. Noah Classe Sunday, 9:45 Lm ... -.. School/Orientation Sunday, 10:45 Lm .... -.Sunday AM Worship Tuesday, 12 noon ... NoOn Prayer Wednll3day, 5 p.m. .... -Tutorial PrOgram (FREE) WednllJdaY, 5:45 p.m. .. Bible Study w/Pralse Worship Thursday, 6:30 p.m.. ..... Men's Minim Email: stJmlnlstrles@aol.com Wed: www.stJohnmlnlstrles.com BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK end PASTOR AUbREY NEWKIRK ., c )> .:< s: )> :a 0 ::I: JC 1\) 0 ., r-0 :a 6 )> en m z =!z m rI I:D c: rrm """ z "C C: I:D r-(i) ::I: m c m < m """ c: m en c )> z c ., :a c .;,_;

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> <( c -a: u. c z <( > <( c (/) w t-> a: w > w c w Jl: (/) :J m D.. z w ..J ..J m w z z w (/) <(. c a: 0 ..J m I co w CJ <( D.. . LOCAL I -. Ivy Reading AKAdemy The Ivy Reading AKAdemy celebration was a day filled with fun and festivities. The Extraordinary Service Programs activity was held at the AKA Sorority House and the Ivy AKAdemy Center. Left to right, Sylvia Andrews, Ayla Andrews, Cyril Blythe Andrews, IV, and AKA soror Gloria Andrews. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Pruer Service Wednesdelf 7 p.m. Studlf of the Bible Wednesdelf 7:30 8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service Wednesdlllf 8:30 9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible Studlf Wednesdelf 7 8:'0 p.m. Saturdu Praftl' Servke & Bible Studlf 10 a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 4 p.m. Teen Night Fridalf before the 2nd Sundalf 7-11 p.m. 3708 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmaHhewchurch.com Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com New Mount Zion M. B. C Of Tampa, FL, Inc. 251 I E. Columbus Dr . ** (813) 248-8101 Annual Revival March 12th -16th '?llm Pastor -St. John M B Church, Clearwater, Moderator: Union Foreign Baptist District Association Maria Mitchell is Chainnan of the Ivy Reading AKAdemy Committee. Soror Nola Allen is in the background. AKA soror Sheehy celebrates the event with her niece. Left to right, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorors: Jewel Warren, Blanche Turner, Birdie Underwood and Angie Johnson. Kuumba Dancers drummer, Myron Jackson, center, celebrates with the Kuumba Dancers.

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LOCAL "" c Sheriff Introduces Unique Volunteer Pilot Program }< 34th Street Church Of God Hosts s: )> Annual Co_mmunity Health Fair The Thirty Fourth Street sickle cell anemia testing, in the African American and Church of God located at bone density screen, lead Latino communities. We' o 3000 N. 34th Street, will screening, vision screen, and urge everyone to come out ....,. On Monday evening, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office unveiled a unique pro gram that allows volunteers a first-hand glimpse of police work. The program is known -as the Volunteer Citizen Patrol Program. On Monday evening the first members of the program were graduated after undergoing several weeks of comprehensive training. These individuals will begin working in the Apollo Beach and Westchase areas of the county next week DAVID GEE, Hillsborough County Sheriff ..l host its 6th annual commu-dental checks along with and take steps toward devel-nity health fair on Saturday, many other services. oping a healthier lifestyle March 17th from 10 a. m. to entire community is There will also be free food, 3 p. m. The entire communiinvited to come out and take music, door prizes health ty is invited toattend. advantage of, the services related giveaways and Many services will be made being offered. Those individprizes. available to the residents of uals without insurance covSome of the major health the community at no charge. erage can come out and sign providers for this event Women over 40 years of up for assistance with health include: H. L Moffitt, Tampa age without health insur. care and get information on Community Health Centers, ance will be able to get a where they can be seen for the STEPS program, CHAP, free mammogram on site health care regardless of Sickle Cell Foundation and provided by L Moffitt ability to pay. the Hillsborough County: Cancer Center. Women who The goal ofthis health fair Health Department along desire a mammogram are is to promote better health with many others. These asked to register by calling through early detection of organizations provide these (813) 979-6769. diseases and provide educa-services free of charge to 'the Other services offered at tion on disease prevention. community. For questions Hillsboreugh County Sheriff David Gee said, "This is a very unique way to get community help. The volunteers will be in neighbor hoods that request them. We are not putting thein in the high crime areas, but in areas where we have a lot of calls. (813) 918-2417 Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@jlsentinel.com:. no cost will include screen-Late disease diagnosis has concerning this event, call ings for cholesterol, blood been identified as one of the the Church at. (813) 248-sugar, anemia, III.emory func-primary of untimely 6548 or Elliott, RN tion, "no needle" HIV testing, deaths from chronic diseases at (813) 625-4445 ._ 0 :D "If this program works out, then hopefully we can expand it to other areas of the coun ty. They are volunteers who are h e lping out by b eing the eyes and ears of the commu nity. The volunteers will be given specia l uniforms; police radios and marked cars They will be assigned to designated areas to provi d e assistanc e to d eputies i n non l a w enforc e m e nt-rel a t e d func -Abundant I;if4 (hUh Of God In (h:tiff 4125 Nassau St. W. Tampa, FL 33067 (8131 875-9077 Come & Hear God's Word W'rth God's People AI ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH T""""" Fl 33605 7109 N. 25th Sl (at171h Ave. ). 248-6753 tions REV. RONALD D. MIZER, Pastor Some .of their duties may KAREN BARNES, PASTOR OF OPERAnONS Office Hours M-f 10am. 2pm also include thos e of crossing Sundavs guards and h andling traffic 7:45a.m. EarlY Morning Worship issues. The first graduating 9 a.m. Breakfast Served lntercassory Prayer class consisted of 24 vohi n -Monday. Friday 6:00A.M. 9:45 a.m. Church School teers. . 11. a.m. Morning Worship Bible Institute Wedneild ay 7:30 P.M. Anyo ne interested in ob -Wednesdavs Corporate Prayer EvvY taining additional informa-12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting .. 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. tion about the program can 1 h_, '"''""that ther mlllht have LIFE. 7 p.m. Praye,r And Bible Study con tact Corporal AI bert more ABUNDANT-LY" St. John 10:10 Share Box Program Available Selke a t (813) 24 7 8205, or ..._ __ _._. _____ __. Are you a Sabbath Observer? Looking for a good church with a Pentecostal atmosphere. Well, Come to the BishoD \Villi a111s Ministries (THE HOUSE OF GOD) Church: 813-248-1907 3403 N. 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 Wednesdar 7:30 p. m. Bible Studr Daughters Of Zion Women's Mondars 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Everr fridar 7:30 p. m. Praise & Worship Jor Night Sabbath Morning 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School Sabbath Evening 1:30 p. m. & Worship Service Sundar Available For service Fer Merelnfarmatlan: 113-192-1111 Website: www.HousaofGadl'ampa.arl Pastor Johnnr L Williams, Jr : blshopwiiiiiiiiSternpe@hotrneiLcom BISHOP JOHN NV WILLW4S And Wife, lADY CALQUETTA WIWAMS God's Side Progressive Missionary Baptist Gburcb, Inc. Temporarily Worshipping At DoubleTree Guest Suifes 11310 N. 30th Street Ballrooms 1 & 2 Worship Service Sunday 9 A.M! 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News Front Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS Birthdays Celebrants Happy birthday to our March celebrants: Rhonda Gay, lyada Jackson, Sharon York, Linda OwensWilliams, Carl Lise, Jr., Terrence Williams, Marissa Grant, Samantha Horne, Becky Clark, Brittany Bell, Julie Thomas, Mary Kate Kirkland, Courtney Martin, Angela Dawson, Yvette Kelly, Francia Wright, Sally Holmes, Shirley Sanchez, Mattie J. Johnson, Trinity Murphy, Camille Williams, Stanley Walker Oats (in El Cerrita, California), Timothy Rogers, Mykala Jones, Edward McNair,. Jr., Edward McNair, Sr., Joseph Abrams, Sr., Helena Thompson, Shane E. Anthony, 'Jr., Zenita Sharonda, Anthony, Lutrena McNair, Mary Hamilton and Christopher Miffin. Birthday greetings go out to Maya Holmes who will celebrate her special day, 3/12 at The Seminole Garden Center. Reginald Barrett, SJ.". will celebrate his special day, 3-9 with family and friends. Happy birthday to our lovely daughter and sister, Debra Brown. We love you Precious. Belated birthday greetings go out to former Villager, Dwight E. Anderson, who celebrated his special day on 3-4. Sick And Shut Ins "You are never alone, God is always by your side:" Mae Bell Perry, Elaine Johnson, Mozelle Debose, Carrie Murphy, Jackie Brown, Wendell Pope, Jr. and family, Emily Sampson, Mildred Reese, Eliz Bethes, Dorothy York, Nina Christian, Louise Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen, Samantha Kitchen, Linda Parker-Lee, Kenneth Smith, James Miller, Wilbert Johnson, Lelia Mathis, Rudolph Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Jaybest Coffee, Sarah Armstrong, Margaret Morgan, Della Vickers, Katherine. Morgan, Bessie Dorothy McClarty-Davia, Kathy Kirksey, Walter H. Thomas of Bartow, and Virginia Griffen Condolences Deepest sympathy is sent to the Burney and Benniefield LOCAL families regarding the loss of their mother and sister, Mrs. Lucy Burney-Gadden. Our condolences are sent to the Gallon family due to the loss of their loved one, Ms. Leona Lovett-Gallon. Heartfelt sympathy is sent from the community, Channels 8 and 13 to Walter Thomas and family in Bartow due to the loss of both a sister, affectionately called "Hamford" (Thursday) and mother, Ms. Cora Thomas (Sunday). Deepest sympathy is sent to the Jenkins and Berrien fam ilies regarding the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Bessie Jenkins. We grieve with the family of Mrs. Clarice WilliamsPatterson, due to her recent demise. She was funeralized on March 3rd a t First Baptist Church of Progress Village, with Rev. Dwayne Sanders, officiating. Congratulations! Congratulations to Rev. James (Diane) Murphy on their 23rd wedding anniversary. Welcome Aboard We welcome our newest rid ers, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Donaldson. We hope you enjoy your ride on the Sentinel train. Family Forum There will be a Family Forum on Saturday, March 10, 2007, at 7 p. m. The event will feature Make a career move with an MBA Apply now for Fall 2007 classes! It you want to eam your graduate degree. the University of South Florida offers multiple opportunities to meet your educational needs. To make it easy, we have established USF4YOU. With one call, you can talk tci a conllltant and be guided in the right direction. USF4YOU can connect you to: Grad App !your first step to a graduate degree) c Advising and career counseling World class faculty Affordable tuition Flexible c lasses !on-campus and off-campus) Call1-888-873-4918 toll free to speak to a consultant today. -i:onsultants available Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-7 p m and Friday 9 a m 5 p m . For rnore information about USF4YOU. visit W'NW.usf4you.org the following: Male Chorus, Praise Team and Panelists The special topic will be "Family Unity." They will be targeting families in East Tampa. The forum is to take place at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Blvd ., Tampa, (813) 677-1948. Door prizes and refreshments will be offered. Valentine Luncheon The Community High Noon Prayer Band were Valentine's honorees on Tuesday, February 13th at the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Betty) Reed in Valrfco. The hosts were Betty with the help _of Jo Ann Butler an d Patrice Carswell. They prepared a delicious meal of: Turkey, ham, chicken, mac and cheese, mashed pota toes with gravy, mixed veggies, garden salad, hot rolls, pound cake, chocolate layer cake, strawberry shortcake and iced tea. Everyone received a gift and one red rose from the hosts. Enjoying the hospitality were : l;)orothy West, Olivia Darby, Roesolia Young, Gladis Birkett, Mary Dunlap, Mozella Hester, Archie Mae Wright, Nettie. Jones, Christine . Lawson, Katherine Clark, Lula Parker, Lizzi e Adkins, Bernice Reese, Bessie Williams, Geneva Slaymon, Elouise White, Mercy Johnson, Ernestine Turner, Beatriee Williams and Cora Carswell. Special thanks to Betty, Jo Ann and Patrice. From Olivia Darby, President and Dorothy West, Secretary. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and Cards sent to inmates upon their request, write : P 0. Box 4618, Tampa, 33677-4618 or call (813) 516-6780 Family Trips To Florida Prisons Call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Family Ties at (813) 476-2964: Family Night Lake City CCA Youth Offender Camp hosted Family Night on March 2nd through RDAP (Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program) from 6-8 p.m. There were home cooked meals from the facility kitchen that included: Greens, macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, pizza, Sonny's BBQ, fresh cut fruit, potato salad, cakes, pies, etc., along with great fellow shipping Rodrick J. Sams needs a pen pal. Thought For Today "What we see depends mainly on what we look for." Scripture "There has no temptation taken you but such as is common to mp.n but God is faithful and will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will. with the temptation also make a way of escape, that ye may be able to bear it. F.Y.I. 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/-. lAW OFFICE Of PATRICIA DAWSON; P.A. LOCAL . Northeast Residents Voice Concerns At Recent Neighborhood Meeting BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Over 20 residents from Tampa's Northeast Community gathered at a local church Thursday to discuss the positive; and negative sides to their neighborhood. Late night noise coming from Salem's Gyr.os Restaurant on 40th Street and Hillsborough Avenue, and drug dealing throughout the area are things .that require the im:tpediate attention resi-dents. Two members of the Tampa Police Department District 2 Narcotics Unit answered Officer Charlie George and Master Patrol Officer Mark Brissenden answered several questions from the community alongside Northeast Community Civic Association President Joel Barnum. questions from community Community Civic Association members. Master Patrol had mixed opinions about the Officer Mark Brissenden 40th Street expansion, espeand Officer Charlie George cially a potential roundabout at 40th Street and Hanna . suggested residents call them The City of Tampa recently whenever they witness drug provided $110,000 to the. activity. community t o "The drug dealing is some. improve sidewalks on thi.ng that --is-happening Mohawk Avenue and everyday. The City of Tampa Comanche Street. However, is providing all this money to residents were highly conexpand 40th Street, but we cerned about when and where need money to help improve a possible Boys & Girls Club our neighborhood as well," would be built for the commu. said Arthur_ McCarr, a local niiy. The club is slated to be resident. : named after the late Willie Members of the Northeast Mae Jones, the former presi-' I dent of the Northeast Community Civic Association, once it's built. Robert Scott, President of the River Grove Civic Association, explained that the process would take time and consistent community support. ".This is something that n.e.eds to. happen, will happen, but it's going to take time. This is a process, and we are beginning the process now," said Scott. that we can do to help in the process we will to see that gets done." Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury 3: Cypress Point Office Park )> 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 ::t (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County ProsecutorDeputy Chief Felony And Misdemeanor Defense Drug Trafficking, Delivery and Possession Murder And Attempted Murder Possession of Firearms Battery, Aggrevated Battery and Assault Burglary and Theft VOP' sand Bond He.arings White Collar Ciime DUI and Traffic Offenses Habitual Offenders Practice Also Handles: Wrongful Arrests Juvenile Offenses Wrongful Divorce And Modification Of Child Support Excessive Use of Force by law Enforcement a _nd Sealing of Records Former Hills. County Assistant State Attorney Former Hills. County Sheriff's Deputy . 20Years Of Legal Practice FREE TELE ONE CONSULTATION Convenient Hyde Park Location With Free 602 1/2 South Boulevard 'Tampa, Florida 33606 813-254-1712 '1111 h1nng of a law.l'' 1s an Important dec1 s 1on that should not be based solely upon advertisements B e f o r e you dec1de ask the attorney to send you free wntten mformat1on about h1s qualifications and e xpenence .. 6 :0 6 )>. 0 m z -f. z m r;IJJ c: r rm -t z ., c: IJJ r c;; J: m c m < m -t c: m 0 c )>. z C :!! -<

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c a: u. c z <( > <( c (J) w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: (J) :::i m ::l 0. z i= w ..J ..J ::l m ....:. w z i= z w (J) <( c a: .. 0 ..J u. m I N ,... LU CJ <( 0. SCHOOL COLUMN THE HI UE RT HOWRRD cj W. BLRKE HIGH SCHOOL .. i], By CLARENCE 'BG' JONES What's real Jackets? Welcome back to the return of the Hive at Howard W. Blake, with senior Clarence Jones. Welcome to the Spring Edition of the Hive! This is the spot and this is the buzz, now let's see what's happening behind the walls in the Hive. Jacket Buzz Jackets, today will end semester exams and the first half of the grading period. Students and seniors if you haven't done well in the previ ous semesters and need credit recovery (IMPACT) please plan to meet with your guidance counselor today! Jackets, the time is almost here for the new APs for Student Affairs! The APs will be arriving here at Blake, Monday, March 12th! It is now time to get the Hive in Order! The County FBLA Competi. tion will be held at Blake today! The FBLA organization focuses on leading strong, young adults into becoming Future Business Leaders of America. The event will be held in C241 from 1-3 p. m. F.Y.I. Spring Break holidays will be March 19-23. Students. we on March 26th! Performing Arts Buzz The Spring Film Festival will be held at Blake High Thursday, March 15th! The Film Festival will be held from 7-10 p. m. in the Don Thompson Theater. Please come out and Attention All Band Members! The 2007-2008 Leadership and Drum Line Auditions requirements are-posted and available in the band room. And Band students interested must sign up with Mr. Rosa, Band Director. Also, F.Y.I., Drum Majors conditioning has begun, we're looking for the Best of the Best! Try out today, visit the Band Room in the E building for more information. Blake Stars Of The Future! The Blake "Stars of the Future" Talent Showcase 2007 will be held Friday, March 30! The Talent Showcase will feature the Best of Blake Talented students; this is the show your friends and you don't want to miss out on! Local artist, G. I. will be performing his new sin gle, "Bout Me!" Tickets are on sale until. Spring Break for. $6 in advance and $7 day of event. All high school students are invited! Lights, Camera, Action! Senior Buzz The United Negro College Fund Drive ends today. To learn more information visit www. uncf.org. The H. W. B. Prom 2007 will be held April 21st. Also, Grad Bash will be held April 28th! Please keep these dates in mind. Sports Buzz Congratulations Yellow Jackets Track and Field Program on your success last Saturday at the Nash Higgins Relays. Shout outs to Cindy Stevens and Teron Stewart. The Girls Flag Football is kicking off their season Monday vs. Alonzo at Blake! Good luck girls. Special shout outs to ali the female athletes and Coach Debra Dawkins. A Final Farewell Central Park Village students attending Blake High will be departing the Hive at the con clusion of the school year. The students will transfer to different housing and school locations due to the redevelopment of the housing. Students of Central Park will be hosting a Farewell Party this Saturday, March lOth on Joed Ct. located behind Meacham Alternative. Please come out and attend! REPOS, WE DON'T CARE! FORECLOSURE WE DON'T CARE' HO SPITAL WE DON'T CAREl NEED A CAR, WE CARE!ff Visit UsAt: www.bondautoeast.showauto.com . / Next To Family Dollar Store Between 50th & 40th St 4912 E. Hillsborough Ave., East Tampa Location The Real Wholesale Center Upcoming Events 3/9-10: B/Girls Track at F AMU Relays in Tallahassee. SB/BB vs. Chamberlain at Chamberlain. 3/12: G/FF vs. Alonso at Blake. 3/12: New AP's arrive. 3/12-15: Magnet Programming. 3/13: SB/BB vs. Hillsborough at Hillsborough. 3/13: National Honor Society Inductions. 3/14: History Fair. 3/16: Tampa Bay Treasures at 7 p.m. Shout Outs Shout outs to: Dora, G. I., Veronica and Earl Green, Calvin Fisher, Va Va, Renaldo, Antonio, Cindy, Teron, Devin, Trey Pride, Jahaira, Ryan Davis, Maria, Imoni, Ron Ron, Bae Bae, Ronnie, Bu, Keith, Scooter (TBT), Angel Neal (TBT), La'Mecha Mingo (King), Brittney (King), Duck Man, Armis, Mrs. Gilliam, Aut, Veda, Victor, Nikita, Keda, Drea and Dee. Jackets, that's all from the "Hive" ... and the Buzz for this week! Jackets don't forget about the upcoming events! Also, don't forget to Spring Ahead your clocks Sunday! Tech Tl' f '&lfs' Territory BY ANGEL NEAL This year is breezing by so fast, but don't worry I still have you covered. Hello Titans, what's really going on? Welcome to another edition of Titan Territory with Angel Neal! With that being said, let's get to more impor. tant things. Beautiful Titan Seniors: Seniors if you haven't already, please finish your payments on your cap_ and gown orders. For those seniors who had to retake your .fCA T, administration announced that the scores will be prepared and will be available in May 2007. Don't worry; I'm sure it's before we graduate. In addition to FCAT, think about your future. Don't fret my fellow Titans, go see a guidance counselor today. Time is running out! Also seniors Grad Bash "is around the corner, April 21, 2007. Make sure your paperwork has been turned in to Coach Lawrence. Underclassmen News:' This year is moving fast and sometimes it's hard to keep up with your grades. Well, here's a heads-up. The end of the third nine weeks ends Friday, March 9th, today. I would like to congratulate our NJROTC for placing 12th in the state of Florida at their Competition in Oveida over weekend. Baseball and softball are in full effect. Make sure you show your support for your fellow peers; they would surely appreciate it. Well, time is Precious; and news is brief, but if you have anything you want your fellow Titans to know, hit me up at school,. till next week it's been real. Your gfrl, Angel Neal. Shoutouts: Happy Birthday to Precious and Bow-Wow, Shoutouts to, Chris; Nae, Trigg! Britt, Mommy and Daddy, Jas, Raymond. "Happy are those who dream dreams, and are ready to pay the price to make them come true, will you dare to. dream"? The eighth grade prom is students are permitted to go; approaching. The eighth however seats are limited. grade prom will be one of the Today early release day. last opportunities that the All Mt. Pleasant students will students will to be be released at 11:45. Monday, together before 'their depar-March 19, 2007, is the first ture .to hi.g iy.schools across day of Spring break. There the c1ty .. are currently will be no school the folon sale /'hd must be purlowing .. ... chased by April 25, 2007. The --' The End 'T.he .Year prom .will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2007, Awards Banquet will be held from 6-9:30 p. m. The event on Friday, May 21, 2007, at 6 will be chaperoned and the p. m. Every year Mt. Pleasant dress code will be strictly provides a spectacular enforced. Only eighth graders awards banquet for students are permitted to purchase and the parents. This ban-.' tickets. quet is to award our students The .end of the year field for their achievement .. trip will be to Universal throughout the year and to. Studios located fn Orlando. thank our parents, communiThe-trip will be on May 22, ty, and business partners for 2007, and the cost is $50 per their support.' A full course student. The deadline to tum dinner is provided free of in your money is Monday, charge. We are asking that April . 2007. The costs for you RSVP by Monday, April. the tr1p mcludes transports-30th. When you call to RSVP ti?n, food and entry. The trip please let us know how many 1Wlll be chaperoned by faculty people will be attending with and staff. All Mt. Pleasant you.

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GONE SKIING New Mt. Zion's Youths Spend Holidays Skiing In The smokies -. Staff member Clym Washington with her skis. KAARLBRANDON Mrs. Delores Wheeler, seated, and daughter, Charlotte Powell. Linda Calhoun, second from right,. with Deacon Clarence Fort with his grands: Jasmine Bolden, daughters Jada and Nathalie Fort, Tress Jacobs, Nyla Jacobs Kima Calhoun, and Brianna Humb.ert. and Kofi Fort. "" r 0 :c c l> (/) m z z Youth from the New Mt: m r;-Zion Missionary B'aptist m Church "Saving Our Children C: r Program" boarded a bus the r day after Christmas and trav-Young ladies checking out the ski equip-:.::! eled to the Great Smoky_ Kayla Murry and ski trip were Anthony Donaldson, Louis ment: Georgia Simpson, Kenza Thomas Z Mo"!lntains . T,he trip whitney Bryant. and Richardo _Williams_ S:Ud Bryant.-Of a tour and Skiing at the ll3 Ober Ski Resort in r Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Ci) ::z: Program Coordinatot:, m Deacon Clarence Fort and C staff decided to replace the annual Spring Break trip and introduce _the group to a dif-ferent cultural activity. The trip' to the Smokies was the first time, for many.-of:the CJ) ingsnow. Most of the youth took ski lessons and had an opportuni. c ty to ski on the slopes. Linda jJ -Calhoun, Kenyon and 0 Nathalia Fort, members of ?< the Onyx Ski Club of Tampa : Bay, assisted the young skiers with their lessons. Others duiing the trip included a toUJI of the University of in Ktioxville, and a tour of the Dr . Martin Luther King in Atlanta, GA. In. July, the youth and 'staff will travel by train to Valley Forge, PA to attend the National Baptist Deacons' Convention. The Saving Our Children Program is held every Saturday morning during the school year from 9:30 a. m:. to 12 noon. The program teaches life skills that are riot taught in school and in -some cases not at home. The program is open to youth of the church and the community. Rev. Walter J. Williams is the pastor. w a t th e Florida Center Building Next to the Gardens at the Florida Sta te Fairgrounds Use maps as game & chips for transit scenarios to help build the transit you want! For more information, contact Lynn Merenda at _.(11 Please allow about 2 hours to . complete the Transit Scenarios Game. / T/ Attend either workshop, as each _the same planning Persons in need of special accommodations to participate should contact Allison Yeh, yeha@plancom.org or x351, at least 3 working days in Complimentary parking providecJ courtesy ofthe Florida State Fair Authority. En!er at the Orient Road Security Guard Gate for FREE PARKING! y y. ,. y,

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ENTERTAINMENT Terrence Howard Comments On Naomi campbell Rumors. While promoting his upcoming film "Pride" in Beverly Hills last actor Terrence 'Howard was asked to address recent rumors surrounding his rela tionship with troubled model Naomi "I'm a man," Howard respopded. "Quincy : .! Jones did ask me tolook after her and to talk to her. "And so I called Quincy Quincy. had dinner with NAOMICAMPBELLAnd TERRENCE HOWARD Campbell to Clean'! ri{e and intro.duced me to Supermodel Naomi Naomi, and that's what I'm Campbell will reportedly doing. As a human being, as,. clean a public building in a friend, that's wha:t we're New York City as part of her supposed to do. The media :community service punishmay attack me but my ment for attacking her responsibility is to this black Under her sentencing, she woman who has established was also ordered to pay something amazing and has Scolavino's medical expens opened doors to so many othes and attend anger manage ers. My responsibility is to ment class. my elders and I'm going to lis-The New York Daily News ten to them. repotts Campbell will sweep a city facility during the five "I'm going to keep my days. friendship with her. And Campbell's representative hopefully one day people .will says, "Naomi is ready to at her for her. contrtbu. report 'and complete her comtions and stop lookmg her munity service, no matter for her faults. That s my where or what she will be hope." assigned." Sh.aq Show -on Obesity LOS ANGELES 7 Shaquille O'Neal\vill b e : a shot.at a TV reitlity .. show focused-on childhood .. and health. The ,ABC series will the .Miami imd effort heip children lose we!i.ght, ABC said Mohday. Airdates fot .the six-episode series, yet to be titled, been s;!t. c ., ; 'The series;.being filmed in SHAQUIILE O'NEAL Broward County, will ; track' the lives of the chil. star. ,, involved. O'Neal will. a father of six, has -._ on hand booster and, _been outspoken about the in episodes yet to be shot; issue of children and weight will lobby pbliticians on problems. causes including-school The former Los Angeles nutrition,_ Daily Variety Laker's Hollywood resume reported Monday. includes appearances on the The show is. an adaptation reality shows "Fear Factor" -of the British series "Ian and "Punk'd" and roles in :. Wright's Unfit Kids," which movies including "Kazaam" featured the former soccer and "Blue Chips." ., Re$idential & Commercial ;:r Leak Repaifs No Job Too Small Or Too Large 20 Years Experience 5 X ears In Seminol_e DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractor License# RC0067277 Licensed-Bonded-Insured (813) 477-0108 Fax:(813) 236-7325 'Purple' Role For Destiny's Williams .MICHELLE WILLIAMS CHICAGO :.__ Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child is joining the Chicago prod1,1ction of "The Color Purple," producers announced Tuesday. Williams will play the role of Shug Avery, a sexy blues singer. The stage version of Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prizewinning novel will open in Chicago on April 17. It's still playing on Broadway. Several of the stars of the New York production -including Jeannette Bayardelle, who plays the lead character of Celie, and Fellcia P. Fields, who received a Tony nomination for her portrayal of the feisty are joining the tour in Chicago: Producer Scott Sanders _said ca_sting Williams as ShUg Avery seemed like a natural choice because Shug is the one character in the musical who has "seen the world. n Sean "Diddy" Combs Breached Name Deal, Court Says LONDON --A British court ruled on Wednesday that U.S. rap star Sean "Diddy" Combs had breached an agreement with a London-based record producer 'not to use the alias "Diddy" in Britain. However, the judgment stopped short of ordering the performer to change his stage name or stop using the hugely popular MySpace and YouTube Internet sites, where his pages attract mil lions of viewers worldwide. In a written ruling from London's High Court, judge David Kitchin said Combs had advertised himself as Diddy in a song on his latest album Play," violating a deai reached last year with London-based Richard "Diddy" Dear love. Combs has promised that the offending lyric, "mainline this Diddy heroin," will be removed from the song "The Future" when it is per-SEAN 'DIDDY' COMBS formed in Britain from now on. However, Kitchin found that it was record companies, not Combs himself,. who controlled the content of his pages on popular Web sites, and the were not party to the agreement. A spokesman for Combs called the ruling a Victory for common sense. "The judge has not upheld any injunctions against Sean Combs," the said." deezy, Lil Wayne Fulfill Street Dream The Street Dream Tour, armed with such talent as Young Jeezy, Baby, _Lil wayne and Fat Joe, launched March 3 'in Charlotte, NC and wilL spend: sevifn weeks. in Eastern h'alf ofthe U.S. before wrapping April 29 in. -Los Angeles. Rapper.RichBoy, a new YOUNGJEEZV addition to the -game Via hit ADd LIL WAYNE single "Throw-Some Ds," is arrive at Area 51 ori'. also ori the }?ill scheduled to Friday. -., ::c c )> -< s: )> ::c 0 ::I: 1\) 0 0 """ _., r ::c c )> en m z -1 z m r I tD c: r r m :::! z "tJ c: tD r Ci5 ::::1: m c rn < < -1 c: m en c l> -< )> Z c ., ::c .. a )> -< "tJ, )>' Ci')' m N ...a. I tD i

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,... 0 0 C'll ai' (.) a: < < c a: LL > < c a: LL c z < > < c (/) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w (/) ::i m ::J a. z ..J ::J m ..J w z t= z w (/) < c a: g LL m I C\1 C\1 w C) < a. ENTERTAINMENT Simmons .Jewelry Explains New Green Collection Those green bracelets seen at recent red carpet events on such celebs as Beyonce, Naomi Campbell and Eddie Murphy come froin a new line of "conscious jewelry" from The Simmons Jewelry Company, co-owned by Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons. The line was inspired by a recent fact-finding trip to Botswana and South Africa taken by Russell Simmons and a Simmons Jewelry Co. delegation to see how diamonds were empowering Africa, where they are a natural resource. Upon his return, Simmons and Simmons J ewelTy Co. announced the formation of the Diamond Empowerment Fund (D.E.F.) and the -Green Initiative. The D.E.F. is an international, nonprofit organization, with a mission to raise money for educational programs to uplift the people and communities of Africa. The Green Initiative's mission is to raise funds for the D.E.F. The Green Bracelet, the first Green Initiative piece scheduled to hit retail stores at the end of this month, is currently being promoted on the wrists. of Penelope Cruz, Chris Tucker, RUSSELL SIMMONS Gabrielle Union, T.I. and others. Made from native African materials -genuine green malachite beads and a rough African conflict free diamond, the Green Bracelet "embodies the natural beauty of Africa and celebrates the resources this rich continent has to offer," said a statement from The Simmons Co The Green Initiative jewelry collection is a unique combination of modern, traditional and inspirational hip-hop inspired jewelry in -stainless steel, green rubber and diamonds. The line features the diamond encrusted Ohm Watch and Ohm pendant, as well as bracelets-, pendants, chains and rings priced from $250 -$80,000. Twenty-five percent of the net profits of the Green Initiative jewelry col lection will go to the D E.F. For more information and retail locations where the Green Initiative jewelry collection is available, visit www .simmonsjewelryco.com. Judge Gives Foxy Brown One More Chance Foxy Brown, warned by a New York judge that her next probation offense would be her last, was allowed to remain free (March 1) after she pleaded guilty to violat ing probation by leaving New York without permission. Brown was arrested dur ing a fracas at a beauty sup ply store in Pembroke Pines, Fla., on Feb. 15. Police charged her with resisting an officer and simple battery. Lawyers for the Department of Probation and the Manhattan district attorney's office urged Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Melissa Jackson to jail the 27-year-old rapper, whose real name is Inga Marchand. Both, in effect, called her incorrigible. But Jackson said, "If she pleads guilty to leaving the jurisdiction without permis sio n, I will allow her to con. tinue on probation with the condition that on the next violation, she's getting resen tenced." "I'm going to give her basi cally what is a third chance," the judge said. "I'm goin g to give her one more chance three strikes and you're out. Basically, I'll be giving the keys to the jailhouse to Ms. Marchand.". Mariah Carey Filming Here Mariah Carey will be in town this week filming the independent movie Tennessee. She's picked up a Southern drawl to play a waitress/singer who flees her controlling husband to join two brothers on their journey from New Mexico to Tennessee to locate their estranged father. Lance Reddick plays her husband; Ethan Peck (Gregory's grandson) and Adam Rothenberg play the brothers. ,. "It's not about my character, but she has an important part of the story with" out the whole thing resting on my shoulders," Mariah tells MTV News. (You may recall she was crucified by the press for her starring role in Glitter.) "Plus, I'll be able to get up and go to work and be somebody else for the day, and we like that because sometimes you 'just need to get away." MARIAH CAREY .She's writing a song with Willie Nelson for the project, which is directed by Aaron Woodley and produced by Lee Daniels of Monster's Ball. Diva Mariah balked at the movie's low -budget constraints, which require her to fly economy class. Writes Liz Smith: "Mariah had the last laugh. She did it. She bought out every seat in economy and flew alone in the economy cabin." Ray 'Benzino' Scott Not Guilty Looks like the former owner and cofounder of the Source magazine and sometime rapper Benzino dodged a bullet. No, not literally but a bullet in the form of a federal conviction for failing to file tax returns. Benzino, whose government name is Ray Scott was found not guilty yesterday by a panel of jurors in Boston on two counts of failure to file tax returns. Scott was facing up to 1 year in jail on each count. "I am very happy to be exonerate d and that the judicial system worked," said Scott in a statement. "This is a case that broke through race barriers, considering there were 12 white jurors, and also broke through hip hop barriers, becaus e I was sitting there as a representative of hip hop, with braids and my songs all coming into play." "It makes me think of a lot of other guys that have been trapped by the judicial sys tem. I encourage anyone out there who has legal issues to get involved with your lawyer. I was very much involved from day one in my case. I was offered to do time b e for e I brought it to trial, RAY 'BENZINO' SCOTT but I fought and I won. I'm a fighter, I'm always gonna be a fighter." "I want to my attorneys and Marty and the 12'Jtirors sitting," Scott Scotf was represented in the case by Miami, Florida-based attor. ney Leonard Sands, who was recently selected by the South Florida legal guide as one of the top, lawyers in criminal law. Co-counsel Martin Leppo, is' a leading criminal attorney in Massachusetts. Scott and his Source partner, Dave Mays, have recently founded a new hip hop publication called Hip Hop Weekly. li

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ALL MY CHILDREN: As Babe was about to flee with Josh and Little Adam, Erica told Tad and JR that Babe is alive. While Babe reminded JR of how badly he treated her, JR begged for another chance, insisting he's changed. Krystal.was about to tell Adam her secret in order to protect Babe from JR, who tried convinc ing Krystal that the truth is safe with him. Coming: Adam is not very happy about set up Lulu to be blamed, Maxie, along with Coop and Logan lau nched a scheme to blackmail Scott about killing Rick Webber. Coming: Nikolas does what he must to stay alive. GUIDING LIGHT: Cyrus blamed Dinah for leaving him t9 rot in prison, only to shock her when he then revealed that he loved "Didi Moore. Rick and Mel shared a poignant goodbye, as they agreed to divorce. When Rick then told Beth he wants to be with her and will help raise the baby, she lured him into bed, hoping to get pregnant. Coming: Ava still wants to believe the best Alan-Michael. JR's loyalties. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Gwen admitted to Will that she fears she and Maddie killed Adam, and speculated that Jade could be the one harassing theni. When Will suggested they take off, Gwen agreed, as long as Maddie can go with them An apparently vulnerable Craig made emotional inroads with Meg. Emily's latest john turned out to be Dusty. Coming: Paul dreads that his vision may come true. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Ashley and Rick acknowledged the intimate times they shared in Paris, but decided to keep their current relationship strictly profes sional. Phoebe became jealous seeing Rick and Ashley out together and privately told him she doesn't want them to stay apart Coming: Brooke arid Ridge's wedding is targeted . ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Jessica confessed to Nash 'that even though she loves him, she's staying with Antonio. Jessica was crushed when Nash accepted her decision but said he really loves her. Cristian and Evangeline had a dmicult breakup, after which Evangeline agreed to go to the Winter Festival with Todd. Coming: Britney is about to wreck Starr and Cole's chance at happiness. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Pressured by EJ to have an amnio performed, Sami convinced Nick to forge a lab report indicating Lucas is the baby's father. Chelsea was furious with Nick and Billie after learning of their tryst. Before sneaking into Bo's place, Willow stole Chelsea's hairbrush. Coming: Celeste pressures Sami to keep her baby safe. PASSIONS: Jared suffered a seizure that called a halt to his and Theresa's wedding. When Ethan oiierheard Theresa on the phone with the blackmailer and realized she's marrying Jared to help her family, he begged her to share her prob lems Valerie informed Eve and Julian that she's learned their son was abused. Coming: Fed up with Sheridan, Fancy takes action. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: After Phyllis threatened to tell Victoria about Brad and Sharon's tryst in New York, he realized he needed to keep Phyllis happy and quiet, and agreed to vote for Jack's proposal regarding Clear Springs. Meanwhile, an unaware Victoria told Brad they're going to have a baby. Coming: Amber con-GENERAL HOSPITAL: Mr. Craig injected Ni kolas with a lethal poison and demanded to be set up with a new identity in exchange for the antidote. Having spires behind Cane's back. MYSTIC STARS BylashaSeniuk IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK .. complicated work pro posals or business changes will require careful study. Legal requirements, financial timing and group permissions are extremely important to the success of new employment pr o jects. Stay focused on detailed regulations and daily expecta tions. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Rising romantic tensions and new attractions offer unique distractions or briefly complicate ongoing relationships. Lovers and long-term friends are no longer willing to silently wait for your attention approval. Watch for passionate disagreements, fast proposals and a rekindled awareness of sensu -. ARIES (March 21-April 20). Canceled social plans and revised job deadlines require added patience. Lovers and friends may feel unusually drained by politics or ongoing financial con cerns Familiar comforts and quiet discussions will help restore con fidence. If possible, lind time to explore cozy activities in the home TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Passionate overtures from romantic or potential' lovers are highlighted. Some Taureans may contemplate a new lifestyle or increased emotional commitments. Remain confident of family support; close friends and relatives will express deeply felt opinions. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Budgets, money habits and family expectations will inspire public debate. Expect family members or close roommates to question the needs or restrictions of others Avoid bold statements or sudden reversals; predictable attitudes and trusted routines will bring the desired results. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Financial discussions will bring clari ty to recent family disagreements. Someone close may wish to explore added expenses o r daily expectations in the home. Compare notes, dates or facts. Loved ones will easily agree to revised budgets, large purchases and new payment schedules LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Sudden impressions or quick hunches may reveal unexpected welings of doubt. Long-term business plans and relations with new authority figures may be subtle themes Revised workplac e roles, although unconventional, will eveDtually work to your advantage. Stay focused and avoid public debate. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) : Loved one s may ask for special per missions concernin-g home improvements, financial changes or large purchases. Thor:aughly study all paperwork Building stan dards, late !'lnd time-sensitive documents will, require extra contracts before April"! 0 and all will be w ell. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Social behaviors and romantic com: ments are vital to the success of new relationships. Potential friends Or lovers may challenge information, C;:lnCel invitations or doubt the private aspirations of loved ones. Minor facts or statements will be accepted as truth.' SCORPIO (Oct. 24 Nov. 22). React honestly to the comment or suggestions of loved ones. At present, friends or romantic partners may be unusually sensitive to feelings of abandonment or isolation Offer support but avoid length y discussions; this is not the right time to reflect on past disputes, broken promises or painful memories SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Moody relatives or family friends may temporarily disrupt daily social plans Business disap pointment, workplace criticism or canceled financial permissions are underlying influences. Revised plans will work to your advantage. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Business records and financia l paperwork may cause unexpected delays. Check legal documents thoroug hly for written errors. Some Capricorns, especially tho se born after Jan. 12, will also encounter canceled applications or a reversal of assignments. Remain attentive to small details and all will be well. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Lovers and long -term friends will ask for special consideration or increased understanding Areas affected include relation s with older colleagues, workplace dis agreeme nts and r a r e fin a n cia l mistakes. Provide detailed advice; your past business experience will prove extremely helpful. -. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Flags of Our Fathers, DreamWorks R 2. The Departed, Warner Bros., R 3. The Marine, 20th Century Fox, PG-13 4. Open Season, Sony Pic tures, PG 5. Flicka, 20th Century Fox, PG 6. The Guardian, Buena Visa Pictures, PG-13 7. Marie Antoinette, Colum bia Pictures, PG-13 8. Flyboys, MGM, PG-13 9. The Grudge 2, Columbia Pictures, PG-13 10. Hollywoodland, Focus Features ; R TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Not Too Late, Norah Jones, Blue Note 2. In My Songs, Gerald Levert, Atlantic 3. 2007 Grammy Nominees, Various Artists, Grammy/CMG 4. Corinne Bailey Rae, Co rinne Bailey Rae, Capitol 5. Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island 6. The Evolution of Robin Thlcke, Robin Thlcke, Star Trak 7; FutureSex/LoveSounds, Justin Timberlake, Jive 8. Taking the Long Way, Dixie Chicks, Columbia 9. Daughtry, Daughtry, RCA 10. Continuum, John Mayer, Aware/Columbia TOP POP 'siNGLES 1. What Goes Around .. Comes Around, Justin Timberlake, Jive 2. Runaway Love, Ludacris, featuring Mary J. Bilge, DTP!DefJam 3. Say It Right, Nelly Fur tado, Mosley 4. Not Ready To Make Nice, Dixie Chicks, Columbia 5. Don't Matter, Akon, Kon vict!Upfront/SRC 6. The Sweet Escape, Gwen Stefani, featuring Akon, lnterscope 7. It's Not Over Daughtry, RCA 8. Cupid's Chokehold, Gym Class Heroes, featuring Patrick Stump, Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic 9. Irreplaceabl e, Beyonce, Columbia 10. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. In My Songs .................. .... ....... .... ......... ................. Gerald Levert 2. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................... RobinThicke 3. Konvicted ...................... ..................................... .................. Akon 4. Soundtrack ......... Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls 5. Last Night Speciai ..................................................... Pretty Ricky 6. Soundtrack .................................................................. Dreamgirls 7. FutureSex/LoveSounds ....... Justln Timberlake 8. The lnsplratlon, ........ ....................... ; : .................... Young Jeezy 9. Corrine Bailey Rae ........................................ Corrine Bailey Rae 10. Reflections (A Retrospective); .............................. Mary J. Blige 11. Kingdom Come ............................................................. .. Jay-Z 12. Ciara: The Evolution ..................... : ................ .................... Ciara 13. Like Father, Son ..................... ....... ... Birdman & Lil Wayne 14. B'Day ....................... : ............................................. ; Beyonce 15. Hip Hop Is Dead; .................................................................... Nas 16. Release Therapy ........................................................... Ludacris 17. Jill Scott Collaborations ................. ............................ Jill Scott 18. Once Agaln ............................................ ............ ; John Legend 19 Alter Ego .......................................... ........................... Tyrese 20. The Breakthrough ................................................. Mary J. Blige Sentinel' s Top 20 Singles 1 Lost Without U ................. ...... Robin Thicke 2. You. : ............................. Lioyd Featuring Lil' Wayne 3. Throw Some D's .................. Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 4. This Is Why I'm Hot ............................................................ Mims 5. Poppln' ........................................ Chris Brown Featuring Jay Biz 6. Ice Box; ..................................................... .......... ....... ...... Omarion 7. On The Hotllne ........................................................... Pretty Ricky 8. Runaway Love ............ ............ L rfacrls Featuring Mary J. Blige 9. Promise..................................... . .................................. Clara 10 Buddy ................................................................ Musiq Soulchild 11. Go Getta ................................... Young Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly 12. Make It Rain ................................... Fat Joe Featuring Lll Wayne 13. I'm A Fllrt ........ Bow Wow OrR. Kelly F=turlng T.l. and T-Pain 14. Last Night ........................... ....... Diddy Featuring Keyshia Cole 15. Top Back ......................................... -.. .-.. . T.I. 16. lrreplaceable ................................................... Beyonce 17. Walk It Out ......................... -. ....................................... ............ Unk 18. And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going ............. Jennifet: Hudson19. Please Don't Go .................. .................. ............................. Tank 20, Take Me As I Am ................. : ........... .-.. ; ..... : ........ Mary J. Bilge Sentinel's Top 10 Rap Albums 1. Last Night Speciai .......... : ... ........................ : ... Pretty Ricky 2. The lnsplratlon ..... : ................ .-... : ........... : ;Young Jeezy 3. Kingdom Come : ...................... .. : ..................................... ..... Jay-Z 4. 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Florida Association Of .Biack-Own8d Media Meets With Govemor, Cabinet, Legislative Leaders The members of Florida of Black Owned Media met with (1) Charlie Crist, (2) CFO Alex Sink, (3) State Attorney General Bill McCollum, (4) Comm. Of Agriculture Charles Bronson, (5) Dan Gelber, (6) Dr. James Hawkins, dean of the School of Journalism at FAMU and some of his staff the Chancellor of K-12, (7J Iris Wilson during a 2-day forum. The FOBOM members present were: Bobby Henry, Westside Gazette, president, Tampa Bay Tammy, NTouch; Dianne Speights, Weekly Challenger, Johnnie Himter, Tempo News, and Kay Andrews, Florida Sentinel. The of the foruin was Gayle Andrews, -of Andrews Plus Consulting. Tallahassee-The Florida Association of Black Owned Media, Inc., (FABOM) met with Florida's political and business leaders during two days ofmeetings in the capitol city. The publishers of Florida's leading black newspapers started their session at Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink's office with a session with Chief of Staff Jim Cassidy. The group led by President Bobby Henry, publisher of the Westside-Gazette in Ft. Lauderdale proceeded to Florida A & M University School of Journalism Media and Graphic Arts for a tour of the new facility and lunch in the President's dining room. FABOM Vice President Johnny Hunter of the Tempo_ News, Sarasota, s Kay Andrews, Publisher of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Tampa, Diane Speight, General Manager of the Weekly Challenger, St. Petersburg; and Tampa Bay Tammy, publisher of N Touch, Tampa were impressed with the facilities shown by Dr. James Hawkins, Dean of the journalism school. The afternoon session began with a meeting with the Florida Senate Chief of Staff, Kathy Mears followed by a meeting with Governor Charlie Crist in the Governor's office. True to form, Crist was person able, candid and sincere in showing an interest in issues in the African American community. Crist also pledged to remain in touch with publish ers and review how the state could do business with the newspapers. Tuesday began with a reception for FABOM hosted by CFO Alex Sink. Sink the lone Democrat on the cabinet also sponsored a resolution honor ing the organization during the meeting of the Governor and Cabinet. She praised the role of black media in informing communities. Lunch at Associated Industries of Florida (AIF) followed AIF is Florida's largest and most powerful business representative. Peter Harris and Jose Gonzalez host that -lunch that was also attended by Iris Wilson Florida's first black Chancellor ofK -12. FABOM members were joined by associate member Gayle Andrews, President of Andrews Plus in Tallahassee, as they visited with Attorney General Bill McCoilum, House Democratic Leader Dan Gelber-and Agriculture Commissioner Charlie Bronson. Civil Rights enforcement, legislation to keep smaller publications included and consumer services dominated the conversation. This was the second Black Media Forum con ducted by the group.

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...... 0 0 N a) :I: (.) a: <( <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ::: .... > -a: w > w c w ::z::: en ::::i a:l :I D.. z iii ...J ...J. ::: a:l _j w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL (.) N w CJ LOCAL Ministers Unite To Aid Residents With Home Repairs . After reading several stories about agencies aiding residents with home repairs due to Code Enforcement issues, "the Covenant Of God Ministries, Incorporated and its founder, Pastor Jarvis Ball, decided to do their part. Pastor Ball has enlisted the help of other ministers in the area to reach out and offer help to residents with Code Enforcement issues. "So many people aren't able to take care of the problem on their own." We want them to know we can help them." Pastor Ball is a licensed electrical contractor and he has enlisted the help of other professionals. "There's a lot of work out there that needs to be done for people who really can't afford it, our Stop Foreclosure & Creditcw's Har'8sslmeratli>: REAL ESTATE .. LAW FAMILY LAW; Bond Motions Felony Misdemeanors Traffic Warrants-VOP Injury :. : : 3111 W.J\1LK Ste. 100 Tampa, FL (813) 774-1800 0: chuckgreen.e@hotmail.com t=1 Th.lr111of.1 llwyaru IOtl'oeNaaJsulcly 1po1 Before )"01 da.:ic:dc. utr. tJ U:Dd yo r,.,., wrltln ARRESTED;. "Know Your Legal Rights Before It's Too Latel" 'Felonies DUI/Trafflc Misdemeanors Juvenile Law .Drug Arrests Sex Offenses Probation Violations Domestic VIolence 1st Appearances Expunge or Seal Records Bond Hearings Outstanding Warrants Appeals/Post Conviction Relief Avoid COI81: Appearances lAW OFFICE Of . VICTORIA A. HOlMBERG CRIMINAl TRIIllnORIIEY Free Telephone Consultation Tampa 813-281-0103 Pinellas 727-736-0402 ly and handicapped residents. "Right now, we need volunteers with varying skills to help address the problems. We're also offering thel?e ser vices at Tampa Park Plaza through Apostle Cynthia Ford." Aside from home repairs, the ministry can assist anyone interested in learning about construction, get. This is one of the houses ministers 'worked on to repair for a family with. code enforcement problems. ting their GED, and needing mentorjng services. 'fW' e'll be giving instruction skills at our Sulphur Springs location for anyone interested," said Pastor Ball. The ministry is located at 905 Juneau Street, and anyone interested in their services or making a financial contribution to help the pro-' . . gram can reach Pastor Ball at (813) 849-0904, or (813). 340-0534. Although the program began the first of February, they already have started work on two projects. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. (ff, ;ff fU"j -2 Political adv erttsment paid lor and approved by Mary Mulhern candidate lor Tampa City CouncH, Olst. 2 (Citywide)

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LOCAL COLUMN Happy Birthday March Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! Hazel Hitchman, Sallie Holmes, Naomi Cliatt and Leomi Thompson on March 10, Mercedes McNair and Earl Oliver on March 11, Cassie Wilson and Victor Young on March 12, Mekai Griffin on March 13, Samuel Hines on March 14 and Dr. Pocahontas Davis on March 15 . Gospel Skating PartyDon't Forget! A Gospel Skating Party will take place on March 20, 2007 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at United Skates of America, 5121 North Armenia Avenue The Tampa-Hillsborough Chapter of The Bethune Cookman University Alumni Aisociatiori will sponsor the event, and its proceeds will benefit The Future Miss Bethune-Cookman University Coronation, and Contestant, Miss Whitney Savage. For tickets and additional information, please contact Mr. Andrew Kevin Mathis @ (813) 248-3052 . Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. After 60 years of dedication to community serv'ice, the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc will reflect upon its lega cy, r ejoice in the present and set standards for the future! Qome celebrate with them, at their 60th Anniversary Celebration Weekend on April 13-15, 2007. The theme is: "Diamonds and Pearls A Renaissance of Today and Tomorrow". All events will take place at the Florida Center and Botanical Gardens on the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. Dr. Marian Lauria-Davis is president. A Sensational Centenarian The weather cooperated the day dawned crisp and balmy. Even a flock of peli cans couldn't resist the urge to swoop by outside, as if to check on festivities inside for the petite honoree. Amid friends, flowers, baskets, bows, balloons and stars, Woodard and Reid Family Matriarch, Mrs. Annabelle Woodard of Orlando celebrated her 101st birthday, on March 4, 2007. Looking regal in a signature pink suit with applique roses cascading down her jacket, Mrs. Woodard was all smiles as she graciously received family and close friends for the occasion "I want to thank everyone who took the time to come to my party," she began. "I'd also like to thank the party givers", she said. Hosts for the affair were her children and grandchildren: Orlando's Mrs. Edith Mills, oldest daughter and primary caregiver, Mr. John Woodard; Jr. of Orlando, son; Mrs. Ruby Henry of Cleveland, Ohio, youngest daughter; Atty. Kay Burwell, of Atlanta, Georgia, granddaughter; and Fred and Rixene Hall, of Haines City, also grandchildren. Among her many guests was one of her two younger brothers, Benny Favors of Tampa. Others in attendance included: The Edge FamiJy, Mrs. _Roberta Faison, Mr Johnny Cleveland, Mrs. Clara Adams and Mrs. Mylvette Gaines. of Orlando, The Kendricks Family and Mr. Chad McKissick of Miami. Forty other people were also present. Wishing the happiest of birthdays and continued blessings to Jet Magazine's 2006 Sensational Centenarian, our own Mrs. Annabelle Woodard on her 101st birthday! Black History Program The Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complex, 1611 North Hubert, proudly presented a Black History Program on March 1 2007 @ 7:00 p.m. Entitled: "Legends From the Past, Who Molded Our Future'', the event played to ari overflowing audience. Some of the individuals who appeared on program were Recreation Leader IV, Ms. Lalita Lovett, who served as Mistress of Ceremonies; and in the role of various legends : Tiana Lewis was Hair Care COZE James Godwin. Owner 5123 E Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd. Tampa. Fl. 33629 (813) 626-7769 Tues-Fri. 2 P.M. -7:30P.M. Sat. I I A M -7 P.M. Closed Mon. & Sun. Magnate, Madam C. J. Walker, Charnae' Davis was Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, Sydney Benjamin was Civil Rights Icon, Rosa Parks, Symone Akiboh was Underground Railroad Conductor Harriet Tubman, Shyla Williams was Award Winning Poet Maya Angelou, and Darius Garland was Olympic Track Star, Jesse Owens. Amari Owens _portrayed Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and Paul Anderson portrayed Godfather of Soul, James Brown. The 4-5 p. m. Dance Class performed a routine to musical accompaniment recorded by contemporary virtuoso pianist, Alicia Keys. Karetta Green, Janell Lewis and Antonisha Johnson performed together as The Supremes; Sierra Lassiter, Jaleesa Daniels and Tiffany Thomas were Dreamgirls. Kaytrina Glenn recited a poem, Willie Mae Gadsen played an instrumental piano selection, Sierra Lassiter and Tiffany Thomas sang a duet, and Jaleesa Daniels also performed a vocal solo The after school participants formed a Soul Train Line for a second dance routine. The Harlem Globetrotters were also repre sented. Recreation Leader III, Mr. Woodrow Walton, who trained many of the young participants, made closing remarks. The Loretta Ingraham Super Seniors generously served those who attended a free Soul Food dinner that tantalized every taste bud. Mrs. Betty Jones, President of The Super Seniors, blessed the food. For complete details about other interesting programs, and upcoming events at The Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complex, please call Ms. Lalita Lovett or Mr. Woodrow Walton@ (813) 348-1175. More Black Heritage Weekend Reverend Willie Cook and Allen Temple AME Church congratulate the following 2007 20th Annual Black Heritage Weekend Winners: Boys Basketball 2nd Place, Rashad Brown; Coaches: Rev. Byron Pressley & Bro. Stephen Miller. Kickball -3rd Place, Kristopher Collins, Artice Holland, Jr., Byron Pressley, Jr., Brandon Pressley, Tykeem McCord, Daryle Floyd, II, Mathew Respess. Coach: Bro. Artice Holland, Sr. Thinking Of You Mittie Hayes, Jewel Kirtz, Katie Mack, Archia Mae Wright Condolences Deepest sympathy to Mr. Young Johnson and Family, in the loss of his loving wife of over 65 years, church pioneer: Mrs. Fannie Mae Johnson. Deepest sympathy to Mr. Fred (Rita) Coley, Sr. and Family, in the loss of his brother, Mr. Robert Coley of Goldsboro, North Carolina. Deepest sympathy to Rev. Oscar (Willie Pearl) Johnson, Mr. Roland H. (Mamie) Johnson, Ms. Frances B. Johnson and Family, in the loss of their sister, Mrs. Helen L. Johnson Our prayers go out to each of you. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: "Today learns wisdom from yesterday, and is thus able to teach it to tomor row Unknown Please submit any news of interest that :you would like to appear in this column. Contact Frankcene FavorsDaniels by phone @ (813) 843-3258, or by at tel littamoabay@aol.com. Thank you. 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...... 0 0 ('II LOCAL O'l J: (.) a: < Sligh Middle School Begins 'Plant For Project := Ross Anderson; an >=' Intensive Reading/Critical ( Thinking instructor at Sligh a: Middle School, noticed that u.. the male students at the school were lacking respect for their female counterparts and social etiquette. Searching for a way to deal with this problem, Anderson said it was one of the student groups that came up with the idea that became ''Plant For Life." The school's "Men Of Vision" Club, along with volunteers from the school's GEM '(females only) Club and other volunteers, started their first project Februaf:"y 24th at the school. "That project involved planting and landscaping along the driveway in front of the school. All of the students came, at 8 a.m. and Marion Lewis (mayoral candidate) came with volunC teers to help out." 0: Anderson said fundraisu.. ers were held at the school to purchase the plants and the < gardening tools were donated by parents, teachers, and C sponsors. en "Another objective of the "Men Of Vision" Club was to 1-get the male students to iJ: focus more on academics.. w There were a lot of factors iri that prevent that' from C pening." w Anderson said there are 35 boys involved in the pro:::i gram, but they erided up m with about 50 students on their first -project. z "All of the .projects are Wt= scheduled events, with the ..J next one March 17th. All of -J the projects take place at the ffi school, and we plan to con. ..J tinue the project in w z Marion Lewis (left), a volunteer, and Ross Anderson. front of the school and work around to the side. The group consists mostly of 8th graders." To be a part of the project, students must maintain at least a 2.5 or higher GPA and officers 3.0 or higher. The overall academic goals are that every member is at a 3.0 or higher GPA until the end of the year. All members are required to dress professionally every Wednesday. Home Depot donated mulch for the projects, and the GEMS sponsors are: Ms. Seleka Blake, Ms. Holmes, Ms. Simone Brookins, Ms. Gia Devore, Ms. Denise Sloan, and Ms. Betty Mann. Along with Anderson, the "Men Of Vision" sponsors are Rory Beauford, Jesse Salters, and Robert Llanos. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached.at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentinel. com. t= z w en Jeraldine Williams Smith < c -a: 0 _,J LL. Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa, FL33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone-(813) Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate. Criminal Appeals Eric T:TayiOr ----- CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENJ,'DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 .. (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attorney General for Florida Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor The hiring of a lawyer an that should based solely upon adverti.<;ements Before you decicde, ask to send you free written information about our and experience Members of the Men Of Vision and GEM Clubs, along with Marion Lewis (rear) and Ross Anderson (first, front row). Men Of Vision member Ramik Wilson comes dressed to do some hard work. GEMS member Deana Rivera waters fresh planted flowers in front of Sligh Middle School. (Aoc.A) THE LAW FIRM OF CAMPBELL, STEWART, TWINE I The firm continues to practice in the areas of: Personal Injury & .Wrongful Death Probate Labor & EtDployment Law ... ,.. Dependency Family .Law Criminal Law: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should'not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide. ask us to send you (ree written information about our qualifications and experience. CAocK' ''

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, .. ---------Faith Bawd Community lntegrateti Project (FACIA) A 21st Century Community Learning Center-Florida Dcpanment of Education Closing the Gaps Did you know that there is a federally funded after program ia your This FREE program is aimed at raisiagyour K-8th grade student's math and reading skiDs, physical activity and social weD being. COMPUTER ACTIVITY-... SN:ACKS and FIELD TRIPS! Ooud of Glory Dewlopment Corpora do a 7002 E. Martin Luther KiagJr. Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33619 813-620-1283 Pas.,r Norhan Toylor Sitt CaDRJia.,or USF Institute on Black Life OF l!rltlJI SOUTH FLORIDA r --.-Faith Based Coanmunit}'lntegrateti Access Projt>ct (FACIA) A 21st Century Community Learning Center-Florida Depanmcnt of Education Clos .ing the Gaps Did you know ttu't there is a federally funded after school program in your This FREE program is aimed at raisiag your K-8th grade student's math and reading skiDs, physical activity and social weD being. COMPUTER ACTIVITY SNACKS and FIELD TRIPS! Emmanuel Cathedral Church of Cod in Christ 6450 County Road S79 Sdfiaer, Florida 33584 BIJ..Q.i M 00 Sloa .. Srul.y. Si c-.IJnomr USF Institute on Black Life OF l!rltlll SOUTH FLORIDA Faith Community lntegrateti Access Project (FACIA) A 21 Century Community Learning CenterFlorida Depanment of Education Closing the Gaps Did you know that there is a federally funded after school program ia your This FREE program is aimed at raising your K-8th grade studeat's math and reading skills, physical activity and weD being. COMPUTER ACTIVITYSNACKS and FIELD TRIPS! Covenant Chapel Chwch 912 East Fairbanb Street Tampa, Florida 33604 813-932-3450 Chrad..; Wodcy S... Coardi.-USF Institute on BlackLife OF l!rltlll SOUIH FLORIDA Faith Community lmegrared Acccss Project (FACIA) A 21 Commw1ity Le1ming CenterFlorida Department of Education -Did you know that there is a federally funded after school program in your This FREE pr+am is aimed at raising your K-8th grade studeat's math and readin& skiDs, activity and social weD being. COMPUTER ACTIVITY-SNACKS and FIELD TRIPS! .. St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church 5202 South 86th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 ' 813-GTl -2-6 11 MU..-Sl c-.llnaw USF Institute on, Black Life OF l!rltlJI SOUTH FLORIDA '. -. ::IJ c s: > ::tl (') ::t CD !'.) 0 0 -...! 'TI 6 :::u c )> en m !i z m m c r rm ::! z "'tt c m c: en :X m 0 m < m -t c m en 0 )> z 0 'TI :2 0

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...... 0 0 N LOCAL g; :::c 0 a: <( City Of Tampa Black History Celebration :!: ft The City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. held 0 its 19thAnnual Black a: u.. History Celebration in c a: LL c z <( c UJ w =. 1-w > Ballroom D of the Tampa Convention Center. The theme was "Celebrating the Comri:mriity: A Tribute to the Black Fraternities, Sororities and Civic Organizations. Numerous organizations attended to make the event a successful. Rod Carter of WFLA News Channers and DeAnna Sheffield of Big Brothers and Big Sisters presided as master and mistress of ceremonies. Bettye Greene Johnson; Black History Committee Chairperson, introduced the master and mistress of cere-monies. Musical interlude and The Coalition of 100 Black Women was represented by Janice London, Marion F. Cole, President, and Ora Chester. musicaf-se.lections were acknowledged employees and offered by. Bernard sponsors. Community Jackson, II. The invocation, activist and businesswoman pledge and Black National Mary Alice Dorsett was Anthem were introduced by the keynote speaker. Chiquita Dallas. Tariq Closing remarks were ShaiTieff gave the occasion. made by the co-chairpersons; Kayla Hill also gave niusi. Carla Jackson and David cal selections. Tampa City McCary, CPM. Council Chair, the Honorable Gwen Miller, greetings and gave commendations. Adejumo Refreshments followed in Ballroom. (Photographs by Lomax Mcintyre)..,.. Rev. Billie Taylor and Mary White Darby, with the Florida A&M University display table. -. W r.---::...._...:... __________ ....... ______ ___, Ivory Thornton (Robinson C I CAN High Cheerleader) and Ricquitta Lomax performed UJ for the audience : SUcceed PrograiD a. z j::: M N'J
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LOCAL City Of Tampa Black History Celebration The Hillsborough County Branch NAACP was represented by from left seated, Alveda Jordan, Pat Spencer and Joyce Russell. Standing, Albert Lee and Robin Lockett. Geraldine I. Twine, President, and Minnie L : Sullivan represented the National Council of Negro Women. These members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. are, from left to right: Yolanda Cole, Mary Padgett, Shirnetha Brisbon, Joyce Russell, Alana Harmon, Marian Lauria-Davi,s (Chapter President), Mrs. Harmon, Doris Scott, Joanell Lawson and Diane Scott. The .organization is cele-brating 6o years of service in the Tampa Bay community. Representing Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. are: from left to right, Natalie Epo, Nola Allen, Betty Baker, Yvonne Long, Evelyn McFadden (First Vice Pre5ident), Gwen Myers (President), Grace Bowden, Lucille Franklin, Gerri Twine and Flossie and Ricquitta Lomax. arch 21th EarlvVotlnu Nlarch119 ., r 0 :::c c )> CJ) m z ...... z m r:m c: r r m ::::! z "tJ c: m c CJ) ::I:m c m < m :::c -< ..... c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :::c c ;g G') m (0 I 0

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"' 0 0 C\1 a) J: () a: <( :E > a: U. c a: u. c z <( c C/) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w J:" C/) :::i m ::J 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m _j w z i= z w C/) g iX 0 ...J u. () 0 ,... w C) FINANC IAL FOCUS Mortgage Tips By Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgaye Broker (81'3) 223-6151 What Does A Mortgage Payment Include? For most homeowners the monthly payment includes: Principal: Repayment on the amount borrowed. Interest: Payment to the lender for the amount borrowed. Taxes and Insurance: Monthiy payments are normally made into a special escrow account for items like hazard inst.irance and property taxes. This feature is sometimes optional in which case the fees will be paid by you directly" to the County Tax Assessor or Property Insurance Company. All Mortgage Questions May Be Mailed To: YOLANDA Y. ANTHONY, Licensed Mortgage Broker, Apex Lending, Inc., P o. Box 21472, Tampa, FL, 33622. Let The Tax Doctor Put$$$$ In Your Hands1 Don't Be Sorry Later Call The Tax Doctor-Today1 "Qu_ality Service Is Our Golden Rule Year Round!" 103 W Hamilton (813) 239-2787 Blocks N Of Sligh Off Florida Ave ) Across From Pioneer Cleaners New Insurance Awareness Website. Unveiled TALLAHASSEE Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink joined General Bob Milligan Monday on his first day reporting for. duty as Florida's new Insurance Consumer Advocate. Pledging to increase awareness of the Insurance Consumer Advocate's office, the two unveiled a new website designed to educate Floridians about their vision for the position, as well as provide contact information for consumers with insurance-related questions. Floridians can now go online at www.fldfs.com/ica/ to access the Insurance Consumer Advocate's office. "As I stated during the campaign, I want the Insurance Consumer. advocate to become a household name in Florida," said CFO Sink. "One of the first steps in strengthening the Insurance Consumer Advocate is educating Floridians about this position and how it serves the people." NOW OPEN!!! . -Resource ,.. . (1-Apply for '-M :edicaid & . Medicare PERSONAL Assistance Medicare Part D . . Food Temporary Cash Assistance Low lncqme S _ubsidy 3527. N 22nd st (across from Lee Davis Health Center) .. (81 3) 241-2470 Becoming-F.I.T.Financially In Tline Ready to flex your money muscle? These simple steps from HSBC's Center for Consumer Advocacy can guide you down the path to fiscal health. Step 1: Get a Checkup -Review your credit reports, current savings and retirement programs and your insurance coverage to see what changes you'd like to make: In the same way that experts recommend you see a doctor before beginning a physical fitness program, Ws a good idea to assess your current financial situation before beginning a fiscal fitness program. Step 2: Set Personal Financial Goals -Identify the things you'd like to be able to afford down the road, what they'll cost and when you'll need the money to pay for them. Group your goals by time frame-short, medium and long-term-and identify those that are the most important -so you can focus on them first. Step 3: Begin Your Workout Program -Start by creating a plan for accomplishing your goals A finan cial plan is more than just a wish list; it's one part plan-iling and one part followthrough: You'll discover that budgeting, saving and investing are essential to financial planning. .. Step 4: Monitor Your Progress -Check regularly to make sure you're on track. If you're not, you'll need to review your budgeting and saving strategies for new opportun ities.

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It's Celebration Time For Deloris Odom-Haggins ,.:A family was presented to the Honoree} Deloris Huggins, by daughter Judith Haggins. A most'elaborate birthday tions and a dinner fit for a celebratign, was lield 'king or queen . Decewber 30.; 2006, at 5. p. . The queen, Deloris m .. at_ the. Ha.ggins was escorted to the Community. Building for a of the through a lovely mother., aunt, rose arch of live roses by grandmother, great grand-grandsons and accompanied mother, .great, grandby son, Jerry Odom. mother, and best friend to all The. program was as fol who Ju!ow her, Mrs. Delores lows: Mistress of Ceremonies Odoni-Haggins, who cele--Mrs. Deborah Odom, wife brated her 76th year on of son, Dr. Russell Odom; November 23,2006. Welcome-Kenneth Odom; The well planned : Prayer -Family Members; tion for this grand lady was Daughters -Doris Banks, the brainchild of Deloris'. Deborah Broome and seven children, namely:. Judith Haggins; Entrance. James Haggins (baby son), of the Honoree, Escorted by Doris (oldest Sons: Dr. Russell Odom, daughter), Russell Atlanta, GA, Jerry Odom, Odom (oldest son), Kenneth Odom, Boston, Kenneth Odom (3rd oldest James Haggins, Atlanta, son), Judith Haggins (baby GA; Presentation of Roses to daughter), Jerry Odom Honoree; Poem-LaDarius (2nd oldest son), and Debra Haggins, Grandson; Solo Haggins-Broome (2nd oldMary Mills; Presentation est daughter). Kenneth Odom, Judy and The colors for this grand James Haggins. scale birthday celebration A family plaque was prewere: red, white and silver . sented to Ms. Deloris. The The entire family, young and huge family surp:r:ised the old were outfitted in black honoree with 2 beautiful or skirts and t-designer suits, monetary shirts with Deloris' picture gifts and other gifts of apprefeatured on the t-shirt. ciation. Family traveled Special remarks -Miss from Boston, Virginia, Premethia Odom, 1st Savannah, GA, Atlanta, GA, Granddaughter; Poem -Mrs. and Delray Beach. Over 200 Linda Parker, Grandfamily members and friends daughter; Closing Prayer for enjoyed the birthday celebra-Dinner -Rev. Dr. Russell tion with chit-chat conversa-Odom. MRS. LINDA PARKER Granddaughter .: (LR) Bessie Mobley, Bernice Wright (sister), John Odoni (brother of Delray Beach) Gertrude Williams (standing): A stretch limo awaited best friends, Bessie, Gertrude and the Honoree. Sunday morning services at First Baptist Institutional Church with family! The Honoree was looking good in her purple designer suit. "11 JJ c s: > JJ 0 :::t ,!0 N 0 0 """' "11 r 0 JJ 6 -> (/) m z -I z m r I m c: r m ..... z "'0 c: m c .(/) :::t m c m < m JJ -< ..... c: m (/) c > z c "11 JJ 6 C) m ..... ..... I 0

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POLK COUNTY NEWS Volunteers Recognized Faith in Action-North Lakeland hosted a Volunteers Luncheon on February 22nd in honor of those who give of their time and energy to care for senior residents of Lakeland. The host site of this event was the Coleman-Bush Center. Beverly Boatwright served as Mistress of Ceremony. The Prayer and Blessing of the Food was rendered by Ametria McMillon. After a motivating (audience partici pation) rendition of "If You're Happy and You Know It" funch was served. Mrs. Roundtree, a senior resiC dent who appreciates and a: supports the efforts of Faith u.. in Action-North Lakeland, @ gave a and Hope Jones, Director of t-Polk County Elderly Services was the keynote speaker. Recognition and presentaw tions were made by Mildred fij McMillon, Director of Faith ::1: in Action-North Lakeland. U) :::i m :::> Q. z i= w ...1 Way to Go Tracy! Tracy McGrady is maturing. Recently, a local news-paper wrote about the huge mistake that the Orlando Magic made, 3-1/2 years ago, by placing Tracy McGrady in a 'leadership role' on the team. In the same article, Tracy's maturity was noted as it relates to his game pro duction in a recent Houston Rockets victory over the Orlando Magic (97-93). Tracy produced 34 points and 6 assists for the Rockets displaying a new leadership role and team player. This was pleasant news for me to read and digest. At the age of 27, Tracy is in his lOth NBA sea'son. Keep growing, Tracy! Voices of Victory Host Banquet The Voices of Victory held its annual banquet in the ... dining hall of Victory Temple Church of God by Faith, Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor, on Saturday, February 24, 2007. The banquet was opened with the marching in aQd seating of VOV members: Elnora Burroughs, Ann Fortson, Wilma Phenister, Anita Stevens, Monroe Jackson and. Florence Davison Afterwards, opening remarks and words of encouragement were rendered by Nora Fortson, President. Everyone enjoyed a delicious buffet-styled dinner that was prepared by Mother Ollie Mae Smart. Service providers were: Jessica-Faith Dickerson, DaLaurean Nealy, Darlene Robinson, Courtney Phillips, Michael Shaw and Michael Shaw II. Some of the attendees at the quet were: Ann Nealy, Mother Princess Fortson, Mother Jennelle Jordan, Dexter Phillips, Albert Phillips, and Joe Potillo. Congratulations Chandra! Effective Monday, March 5, 2007, Chandra Foreman, AICP was promoted from Senior Planner to Principal Planner at the Polk County Land Development Division. As Principal Planner, Chandra is one of three team leaders within the Current Planning Section. Each team leader is directly in charge of the training and development of three subordinate Planners and collec tively oversees the effective and efficient operation of the Section. Specifically, Chandra will be responsible for: Planning Commission Agenda Coordination, Pre-Applications, Four-day work week schedul ing, and the preparation of the scheduling of Plannerson-Call in the Customer Service Center. Chandra is the daughter of MacArthur and Barbara Carpenter of Lakeland, Florida ...1 :::> m ..J w z i= z w U) It's' CelebratiOn Time For Deloris Odom-Haggins a: 0 ...1 LL. 0 I N ,.. w a;; Deloris' Church family from First Baptist Inst. Church of Lakeland, Rev. Alex Harper, Pastor. Annual Bethune University Day Observance The Polk County Chapter of the Bethune-Cookman University Alumni Association (Collins of Mulberry is President), proudly announces its annual BCU Day Observance. Beginning at 4 p. m., it will be held on Sunday, March 25, 2007, in Branscomb Auditorium on the campus of Florida Southern College, 111 Lake. Hollingsworth Drive, Lakeland. Admission is FREE. DONZELL FLOYD Chapter Director Of PR likewise. Ali churches .and youth organizations are also asked to bring your children, so that they may expand their cultural awareness,' while learning more about the legacy of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Remember,. the seed to Featured throughout the afternoon will be the much acclaimed and highly renowned BethuneCookman Concert Chorale. Under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Walker Steele (a native 'Of Lakeland, and graduate of the former Washington Park High School), this outstanding group of musicians, vocalists and spiritual dancers always renders an unforgettable performance attend college is oftentimes planted in young minds during this type of program. All Bethune-Cookman UQ.iversity alumni, friends and supporters throughout Polk and Hillsborough counties are asked to lead the Branscomb Auditorium has a seating capacity of 1,500 and with your support we c 'an 'have a full house. way in attending this event, and encourage other to do "Enter To Learn, Depart To Serve "The Voice of Our Community Spe!1.king for Itself' Don't Mess With My Man Lady In The Street Right Time, iught Place Trapped By A Thing Called Love Tickets Lakeland Club A.. J Enltrprise (1163)-1586 Winter Haven Maxin Beauty Sbop (1163) 199-6!157 Debra Beauty Shop(863}291-3847 Villas liquor store (863)-292 Tampa Soul Man (813)S.8047 MUST BUY 10 OR MORE TICKETS FOR RESERVE TABLE CIJUB KATHLEEN 704 N. LINCOLN AVE LAKELAND FLA HOTTEST CLUB ANU BEST D.JS I N CENTER Saturday 1 otb TICKETS $25.00 ADVANCE S30.00 AT THE DOOR AJENTERPRISE PRODUCnON PROMOTES LIVE SHOWS . BANQUETS, PARTIES,WEDDINGS FAMILY REUNIONS,BUS TOURS WF. MAKE YOUR PF-'liRF.S & DREAM CO.\IF. TRUE 863-512-1586

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POLK COUNTY NEWS Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Stanley Glover of My Mom s Cinnamon Rolls had their ribbon cutting .ceremo n y on January 29, 2007. This was a very special date as it is the birthday of Mr.: Glover's mother, Naomi Speed Glover, who passed_ away on May 28, 1989. Mrs Glov.er was the inspiration for Stanley's new business venture. She had encouraged his love of bak ing and was planning to join him in this venture, until she became ill. Now, 17 years later, Stanley has come to realize his and his mother's dream of opening his own cinnamon roll business in. Lakeland. Others who have helped to make this day a reality by offering encouragements, support and prayers are: Steve Conerly of GHR, cousin, Dee Sweet Smith, sister, Vickie White and "David Spiker. Pastor Trever Allen of Without Walls Central gave the invocation and encouraging words of support to the Glovers for their new bUsiness. Harold and Verdell Silas, who ga-ve StaJiley his initial start in buslness, standing next to Stan's brother and sister-in-law, James and Sandra Bennett. Stan's aunt, Margaret and friends, Gerri Horn and Marie Mungin, enjoyed the festivities. Clvii/Pesonalln.iury Guardianship Probate Immigration Wills &N/ I IDe Mitt ftte/p. F KeMI Oguntebl A ttorneY at Law . 109 N. Arlnenl. Av.nue Tmp, Fl, -The hiring of a I!Myer Ia an Important declalon that lhould not be baled eolely upon lldvertlamente Before you dllclode, .-c .. to .-1 you tr.wrttten lnlonnatlon about and Members of the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce, along with Mayor Buddy Fletcher and Comm. Gow Fields, celebrated the Jan. 29th birthday of the late Naomi Speed Glover by cutting the ribbon for My Mom's Cinnamon Rolls. Also present were: owner/founder, Stanley Glover and his wife, Wendy, and son, Jaylon, along with a host of family and friends, including godmother, Jonnie Pearl Flynn, right. \ stanley Glover and Ashley Hall of the Chamber of Commerce. Standing with the mayor are: Ashley Hall, Lori Martini and Amy Wiggins. "T1 r 0 ::D c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I m c:: r m ::! z -a c m r c;; J: m c m < m c m en 0 )> z c "T1 ::D c ;g Ci) m Stanley's aunts and unclesz John and Claudette Moultrie, Bessie Melton, l.atha Murphy Speed, "_. Martha Speed, Margaret and Joseph Garvin, and cousin, Jackie Zlmmennan. h

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s . IJ s NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APRIL 26. 2007 AT 6:00P.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR, CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BYTHE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING REZONING PETITIONS: FILE NO. 206-06 Petition of Fifth Third Bank requesting to rezone property at 3516 & 3512 W. Bay to Bay Blvd., and 3511 w.. Santiago Street from RM-16 to PD. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOTS 6, 9 AND 10, LOTS 7 & 8 LESS THE NORTH 5 FEET THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY, BLOCK 60, PALMA CEIA PARK, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOFAS REC ORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE(S) 58, IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA . TOGETHER WITH: LOTS 4 & 5, THE EAST 25 FEETOF LOT 12, LOTS 13 & 14, BLOCK 60, PALMA CEIA PARK, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE(S) 58, IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA TOGETHER WITH: LOT 11, AND THE WEST 25 FEET OF LOT12, BLOCK 60, PALMA CEIA PARK, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE(S) 58, IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF l-JILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA . FILE NO. 207-27 . Petition of Schiff Law Group requesting to rezone property at 5103 Crescent Drive and 5107 Crescent Drive from RS-60 and RS-50 to PD. . LEGAL DESCRIPTION: LOT 1 & THE SOUTH 50 FEET OF LOT 2, LESS THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND : FROM THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 1 OF CATHARINE REIDY'S SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO' THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11; PAGE 47, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. RUN SOUTH ALONG THE LINE DIVIDING LOTS 1 & 2 OF SAID SUBDIVISION A DISTANCE OF 51. 54 FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH 10.53'38" EAST, A DISTANCE OF 48.35 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 1, WHICH POINT IS 10.0 FEET SOUTHEASTERLY FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING; RUN THENCE NORTH 65.59'43" WEST ALONG THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 1 A DISTANCE OF 10.0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND: FROM THE NORTHEASTERLY CORNER OF LOT 2 OF CATHARINE REIDY'S ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 47, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, RUN SOUTH ALONG THE DIVIDING LOTS 1 & 2 OF SAID SUBDIVISION A DISTANCE OF 51.54 .FEET TO A POINT OF BEGINNING; CONTINUE THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID LINE BETWEEN LOTS 1 & 2 A DISTANCE OF 51. 96 FEET TO A POINT WHICH IS 50. 0 FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID LOT 2; RUN THENCE SOUTH 89.52' WEST, PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 2 A DISTANCE OF 10 0 FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH 10.53'38" EAST A DISTANCE OF 52.92 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ALL BEING WITHIN CATHARINE REIDY S SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 47, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLS BOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND TOGETHER WITH LOTS 3 & 4 CATHARINE REIDY'S SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 47, RECORDS OFHILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA . FILE NO. 207-29 I Petition of Skinner Family Limited Partnership requesting to rezone property at 3801 Henderson Blvd. From CG to PD LEGAL DESCRIPTION: . . LOTS 1 TO 5, INCLUDING LOT 7 E E SMITH SUBDIVISION, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 11, PAGE 79, IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FILE NO. 207-28 Pe!ition of Dick J. agent, requesting to rezone property at 4820 N Gomez Avenue from RS-50 and PD to PD LEGAL DESCRIPTION: -/.. BEGINNING AT A POINT 330. 0 F EET WEST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE O F THE SOUTHWEST X OF THE NORTHEAST X OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANG E 18 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FL ORiDA, F OR A POINT OF BEGINNING, RUN THENCE WEST 210.0 FEET; RUN THENCE SOUTH 900 0 FEET; RUN THENCE EAST 210.0 FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH 900 0 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND THE SOUTH 675 0 FEET OF tOT 9, BLOCK 2, MAP OF ORTEGA PARK REVISED, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK26, PAGE(S) 11, PUBLIC RECORDS OF COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH (PER SURVEY FROM DELTA ENGINEERING INC., DATED 1-?4-1986 AND MONUMENTATION FOUNIIN FIELD) -. BEGIN 420 FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTHW EST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 3 TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLOR IDA, AND RUN EAST 120 FEET ; NORTH 110 FEET, WEST 120 FEET, SOUTH . 110 F E ET TO TH E PO INT O F BEGINN!NG LESS WEST 30 F E ET FOR THE RIGHT OF-WAY, CONTAINS 9 .21 ACRES MORE OR LESS. LESSA PORTiq1'(9F LOT 9, BLOCK 2, MAP OF ORTEGA PARK REVISED, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOo'K 26, PAGE 11 OF THE pUBLIC RECORDS OF HilLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLOR IDA AND OTHER LANDS LYING IN THE SOUTHWEST X OF THE NORTH EAS T X OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, H ILLSBOROUGH COUNTX. FLOR IDA DESCRIBED AS : COMM E NCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF TI'IE OF SAID SOUTHWEST X OF THE NORTHEAS T X THENCE soooo'OO" E, ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF THE SAID OF THE SOUTHWEST X OF THE NORTH EAST X OF A DISTANCE OF 515 00 FEET; THENC E S90.00'00'.'W FOR A DISTANCE OF 30 00 FEET TO, A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF GOMEZ AVENUE AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE soooo'OO"E, ALONG THE SAID WEST RIGHT OF WAY LIN E F OR A DISTANCE O F 385 90 FEET TO TH E SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID LOT 9, BLOCK 2, MAP O F ORTEGA P ARK ; THENCE S89.37'57" W ALONG THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID L OT 9 AND THE WESTERLY PROLONGATION THEREOF, FO R A DISTANCE OF 510 .71 F EET; TH E NC E sooo2'05" W, FOR A DISTANCE OF 23.40 FEET; THENCE S89. 0 5'06"W, FOR A DISTANCE OF 90.42 FE E T-TO THE EAST E RL Y RIGHT O F WAY O F MACDILL AVE NUE; T H E NC E N00.08'31 E ALONG SAID E AS TER LY RIGHT O F WAY LIN E F OR A DISTANCE O F 110.00 FEET ; THENCE N89.59'12"E FOR A DISTANCE OF 90.21 FEET; THENCE Nooo2'05E FOR A DISTANCE O F 303 99 FEET; THENCE N90.00'00"E F OR A DISTANCE OF 510.46 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 1 ANY PERSON WHO D E CID ES TO APPEAL ANY D E CISION O F THE CITY COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSID ERED AT THIS MEETIN G WILL NE ED A R EC ORD OF T H E PROC E E D INGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY N EE D TO HIR E A CO URT R EPORT ER TO E NSUR E THAT A V ERBAT IM R E CORD OF T H E PROCEEDINGS IS MAD E, WHICH R E CORD INCLUD ES T H E TESTIMONY AND E VID E NC E U PO N WHICH THE APP EAL IS TO BE BASED IN ACCORDANC E WITH T H E AM E RICANS WI T H DISA BILIT I ES ACT AND SECTION 286 26, FL..ORIDA STATUTES, P E RSONS WI TH DISABILI T I E S N EEDI NG s PECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAS T FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE QF THE MEETING -. . . : INT E RESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID H EAR ING SHIRLEY FOXx-KNOWL ES CITY CLERK . ;o c s:: )> ;o ("') :I: CD 1'1.) 0 0 ..... r-0 ;o c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c: rrm ::! z "0 c: OJ c en :I: m c m -t c: m en c )> z c c (j) m ..... 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ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY CQUNC.IL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. IN ACCORDANCE .WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIO R TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INT ERESTE;D PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INVITATION TO BID FOR PLUMBINIG SERVICES TO REPLACE CONTAMINATED PORTABLE WATER WELLS Sealed bids will be received by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Procurement Section, Mail Station #93, 3800 Commonwealth Boulevard, Carr Building, Room 235, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000 until 2:30 P.M . ET on Monday, March 2007 for Plumbing Services i n Hill sborough County to Replace Contaminated Portable W a ter W e lls . Organ izatio ns interested in part ic ipating in this procurement opportunity may view and download the subject solicitation from the Florida Department of Management Services Vendor Bid System. To view the solicitation, go to www.myflorida.com and c lick on BUSINEss Click on "Doing Business w ith the State" Under the E verything for V e ndor s and Customers" heading c lick on "Vendor Bid System" Click on "Search Advertisements" Under the "Agency" search field, select the "Department of Environmental Protection" and click on "Initiate Search" Se lect 2007057C This w i ll bring up the advertisement detail. Scroll to the bottom of the page and c lick on "Click her e to vi ew mor e r e lat e d documents". Organizations must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the solicitation documents. Adobe Acrobat Reader maybe obtained, free of charge, at the following website: http : //www .a dobe com/product s /acrobat/readstep html. . Minority Business Enterpris.es are e ncour aged to particip a t e in thi s procurem e nt opportunity. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1 20 WORDS 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OV E R 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH T IM E YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD .. CALL LaVORA@ (813 ) 248-1921 FOR MORE INFO STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INVITATIONS TO BID (ITB) Sealed bids will be received by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Procurement Section, Mail Station #93, 3800 Commonwealth Boulevard, Carr Building, Room 235, Tallahassee, Florida 32399, until 2:30 P.M ET on Tuesday, April10, 2007 for the following solicitations: DEP Solicitation No. 2007049C, entitled "Invitation to Bid (ITB) for Earthmoving Services in Polk County". DEP Solicitation No. 2007050C, entitled "Invitation to Bid (ITB) for Wetlands Revegetation l?.ervices in Polk County ". Organizations interested in participating in this procurement opportunity may view and download the subject solicitations from the Florida Department of Management Serv1ces Vendor Bid System. To view. the -solicitations, go to http://www.myflorida.com and select "Business". Select "Doing Business with the State" Under the "Everything for Vendors and Customers" heading, select "Vendor Bid System" Then select "Search Advertisements" Use the "Agency" search field to search for advertisements for the "Department of Environmental Protection" and click on "Initiate Search" Select the solicitation desired and follow the instructions at the bottom of each page. Mandatory meetings / on-site inspections for both solicitations will be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2007. The meeting for the earthmoving will be held at 10:oo A.M. ET. The meeting for the revegetation will be held at 2 :00P.M ET, Both meetings will be held at the Tenoroc Fish Management Area Office, 3829 Tenoroc Mine Road, Lakeland, Florida 33805. Directions may be obtained by calling (863) 499-2421 The Environmental Resource Permit and Plan drawings for the earthmoving bid will be available at the meeting/on site inspection. Organizations must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the solicitation documents . Adobe Acrobat Reader maybe obtained, free of charge, at the following website: 1 http : //www.adobe :co m/products/acrobat/readstep html. Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate in this procurement opportunity NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ATLANTIC SKANSKA, INC Is committed to providin g opportunities for qualified Local B us in ess, DM/DWBE Owned Businesses to participate i n the bidding of the Valrico AWTP Expansion in Dover, FL, on March 30, 2007 At lan tic Skanska i s an EO Employer. Please fax letters of interest and include your Cert ifi cation or ability to qualify to: Atlantic Skanska, Inc. Attn: Anne Weingartz Fax: 678-460-2638 ptone: 678-460-2600 REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Sealed Request for Qualifications for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, in his office until 3:00 PM ON 3/23/07 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL SERVICES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 3/9/07 Gregory K Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street ; Tampa FL 33602 ON APRIL 12. 2007 AT 10:00 A.M IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR, CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY BLVD. TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PETITIONS TO VACAT E RIGHT(S) OF WAY : RESOLUTION NO. 2007-201 Petition ofT. Truett Gardner-C07 -01 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All THAT PORTION OF GORDON AVE NU E LYING B ETWEEN AND ABUTIING LOTS 2 AND 3, R E-C ORR ECTE D MA P OF ROMANY TAN, A SUBDIVISION AS MAP OR PLAT THEREOF IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 19 ; PAGE 49 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. RESOLUTION NO. 2007-202 Petition of East Tampa E nterpris es, LLC; YCLand, LLC an d E ric S. Garbo C07 -02 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ALL THAT ALLEY WAY LYING IN BLOCK HELLEKES SUBDIVISION, AS MAP OR PLAT THEREOF IS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 25, PAGE 36, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY D EC ISION OF THE C ITY COU N CIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATIE R CONSIDERED AT THIS M EETI N G WILL N EE D A R ECO RD OF TH E PROC EE DINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOS E MAY N EE D TO H I R E A CO URT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUD ES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISAB ILI TIES ACT AND S E CTION 2 86 26 FLORIDA STATUTES, P ERSONS WITH DISABILITIES N EEDING SPE CIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PART I CIPATE IN THIS M EET ING SHOULD CONTACT TH E C ITY CLERK 'S OF F IC E A T L EA ST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO TH E DAT E O F THE MEETING . INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING . . SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES C ITY CLERK

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 97430 Case ID: 98-DP-2173 DIVISIONS .IN THE INTEREST OF: MERZIER, Dominique (dob 01-30-1998) MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ONA TERMINATION OF PARENTAl,. RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD . IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO. THIS NOTICE. TO: Michel Fils Merzier (Father) Residence/Whereabouts Unknown YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition .for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in arid for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent co mmit ment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City ofTampa in his office until 3:00PM ON 3/26/07 MAINTENANCE BUILDING ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 11:00 AM ON 3/15/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT ADMIN. TRAINING RM 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD TAMPA FL 3:30 PM ON 3/26/07 OPERATIONS AND MAIN PUMPING STATION ROOF. REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00AM ON 3/15/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT-ADMIN. TRAINING RM 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 613/274-6351) Dated: 3/9/07 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 lNVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69 1119, Special ACts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until : 2:30PM ON 3/19/07 TEMPORARY SERVICES FOR THE PARKING DIVISION 3:00PM ON 3/19/07 FORD F-150 EXTENDED CAB TRUCK, SPEC. NO. 71-07 3:30 PM ON 3/19/07 FORD FUSION SE SEDANS SPEC. NO. 6-07 2:30 PM ON 3/22/07 OFF ROAD UTILITY VEHICLES, SPEC. NO. 70-07 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE YOU ARE HEREBY HELD AT 10:30 AM notified that you are required ON 3/15/07 to appear personally on the 2 : 30 PM ON 3/23/07 17th day of April, 2007, at BEACH RAKE, SPEC. NO. 35-07 .10:30 a.m., before the PRE-BIDMEETINGTOBE Honorable Monica L. Sierra, HELD AT 9:30AM ON 3/15/07 at the Edgecof!lb Courthouse, 800 East. Twiggs Street, 4th 2:30PM ON 3/27/07 SELF-PROPELLED Floor, Courtroom #400, Tampa, Florida 33602, to SWEEPER, SPEC. NO. 52-07 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE show cause, if any, why HELDAT9:30AM p arental rights shall not be ON3/20/07 terminated and said child shall not be permanently commit then. and thereafter to be h publicly opened and read Bid ted to t e Florida Department documents are available at the of Children and families for Purchasing Departm e nt (Phone subsequent adoption. You are No. 613/27 4 -6351 ). entitl e d to be represented by tt t h d It is her eb y made a part of thi s an a orney a t IS procee mg. Invitation. for Bid that th e submission of any Bid in Dated this 27th day of response to this advertised February. 2007. request shall constitute a Bid PAT FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ LINDA LEPELLETIER DEPUTY CLERK SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public e ntities in Hillsborough County. Dated : 3/9/07 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 HILLSBOROUGH AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY HART RFP R07001 0 AUDITING SERVICES The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting proposals until 2 : 00 P .M., eastern time, April .12, 2007 for Auditing Services. The RFP documents will be available for download from HART's website at www .hartline. org after 11:00 A.M., ori Monday March 12, 2007. The documents can be located under the Purchasing Section. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications, or any questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Cathy Zickefoose, Purchasing Agent, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605, (813) 623-5835 ext 1170 or email at zickefoosec@hartline.org. Request for Proposals East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area Historic "Blond Brick" House Formerly owned by Dr. Santiago Paniello 1720 E. 15th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 The City of Tampa anq the Commun it y Redevelopment Agency of the City of Tampa (collectively, the "City") give notice pursuant to Part Ill, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, of their request for submission of proposals to offer for sale a residential building located at 1720 E. 15th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 (the "Project"). The City may subseq'uently designate a purchaser and sell all, or part, of this real property, which is located in the East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area Proposals must be consistent with applicable laws, ordinances and regulations governing the location and address Purchaser's plan for the Project. A Request for Proposal Form, proposed Land Sales Agreement and other information applicable to the Project may be obtained by accessing the City of Tampa website at www tampagov net. Department of Growth Management and Development Services, Real Estate Division or by calling 2'74-8624. All proposals must be submitted to the City of Tampa, Purchasing Department 306 E Jackson Street 2E, Tampa, FL 33602 no later than 12: 00 Noon on Monday, April 9, 2007. (Note : Section 163.380 of the Florida Statutes requires proposa ls to be submitted within 30 days after the date of this public notice) Mark the outside of the sealed envelope "RFP Disposition of Real Property : East Tampa CRN B l ond Brick House. Submissions must include sufficient information and evidence of legal and financial capability to carry out the terms of the Proposal. Earnest Money Deposit is required and special consideration will be given to an early closing and occupancy of the historic house by the Purchaser as a primary residence for at least two (2) years The City of Tampa Real Estate Division does not pay any Real Estate brokerage commissions. The payment of any said fees will be the sole responsibility of the Purchaser After the submittal deadline, all propos als are subject to th e "Sunshine Law" pursuant to applicable state law. For additional information or to obtain a copy of the Request for Propos als applicable to the Project, please contact the City of Tamp a Real Estate Division at (813) 274-8624. LALS Now Hiring Full-Time And PartTime CNA's, HHA 's, Caregivers And Sitters. Phone (813) 377-5574 Or Fax Resume (813) 672-1659 Email alockhartprovider@yahoo.com Building Maintenance Person Needed Full-Time Position And Some Week e nds Building Maint e nance Experience Required Progress Village Academy 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Call (813) 677 -59 88 INVITATION TO BID I SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE SOLICITATION This is a Small Business Enterpri se Solicitation under Executive Order 2002-46 for the City of Tampa. For information on becom i ng certified as a Small Business Enterprise firm please call the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Office at 613-274-5522 Sealed Bids from City of Tampa Certified Sma ll Business Enterprises for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa in his office until 3:30 PM ON 3/23/07 JUNCTION CHAMBER #1 BUILDING ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00AM ON 3/13/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT-ADMIN. TRAINING RM, 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA, FL "T1 c 3: > ;;a n :I: (D N 0 0 ...... "T1 r-0 :!! c > 4:00 PM ON 3/23/07 (J) SLUDGE TREATMENT AND MIXED SLUDGE BUILDING ::! ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWT r-' PLANT m PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD C: r:" AT 11:00 AM ON 3/13/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT ADMIN TRAINING RM, 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA, FL rm ::! z c: m then and thereafter to be en :I: m c publicly -opened and rea.d. Bid documents are available at the Purchas in g Department (Phone No. 613/274-:8351).. m Dated : 3/9/07 Gregory K. Speannan CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa ; FL 33602 Established Detail Shop & Used Auto Sales Now Hiring Gre at Bonus E arning Potential For Motivated Applicant After 1st 90 Days Call (813) 220-5634 Or 620-0926 CNA Starting Pay 7-3 $9 .75-$10.75 3 -11 $10 .7 5 -$11.75 Full Time Great Bene fits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher -1 c: m (J) c > z c "T1 ;;a 5 I

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 As a member of our McDonald's Team, you'll enjoy: Rexible Schedules Paid Vacation Free Uniforms Meal Discounts Tuition Incentive Program:s Great Salary & More If you're Iovin' the idea of earning money and having fun, apply in person from at 2 Columbus Dr, or if unable to attend Hiring Day, call (813) 817-5g76 between Sam and I'm Iovin' If EOE www.CaspersCompany.com HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA MANAGER, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Real Estate Department Hillsborough County is seeking a qualified professio-nal to oversee the acquisition and management of County. owned real property 'assets, vacant land, office buildings and warehouses; develop and negotiate contracts leases and license agreements for county-owned propertY leased to others, or tenants of privately owned property; operate accountmg system that accurately tracks and reports and revenues; manage the budget; 1n1t1ate cap1tal requests for existing facilities and participate in planning of new facilities. Position reports to the Real Esta te Department Director and currently manages five employees. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's Degree with in Real Estate, Property Management, F1nance, Bus1ness Administration, Public Administration or a related. field with and five years of progressively complex managenal-level work experience in institutional commercial or public sector real estate, including years at a supervisory level. Salary range $67,932 -$_101,878; exceptional benefits package; position op en until filled. Send letter of interest, resume and contact information tOr five work references to: Human Resources Executive Recruitment P.O. Box 1110, Tampa, FL 33601 or e-mail dahmad@hillsboroughcountv.org Fax: (813) 276-2197 EOE/Drug Free Publication Deadlines Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p.m. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 p.m. Or Emallledwards@flsentinel.com J. R. Blend Master Looking For Licensed Barber Contact J.R. (813) 971-0211 AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money. (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@verizon.net. Minnie's Day Care Centers I & II 1609 E. Louisiana Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Is Now Hiring Experienced Child Care Providers. Must Have Child Care Credentials. Please Call 813-239-2111 813-234-4200 Or Come In And Fill Out An Application Hair Stylist & Nail Techs Wanted Please Call (813) 486-5481 Now Hiring Connie's Place 2916 North 34th Street Dishwasher, Cook And Waitress No Phone Calls Please Ill Vitamin Distributor Easy Unlimited Income Potential! Will Train! Apply: (813) 244-0848 www.drinkbazl.biz/klngcobral Live-In Care Giver For Small Group Home 2 Days Off Plus Pay No Convicted Felons Apply Robin@ (813) 837-4843 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA MANAGER, PLANNING AND TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Hillsborough County is seeking a qualified professional to oversee planning and technical assessment for the Information and Technology Services (ITS) Department. The position is responsible for scheduling and coordinating the bi-annual Strategic Automation Plan (SAP) which. includes the revision of the Technical Architecture, Strategic Business Plan, and department projects in conjunction with the bi-annual budget preparation process. Other duties include developing, scheduling and coordinating the ITS Strategic Business Plan; managing research and development exploration of technological opportunities to improve technical knowledge; project management of ITS centralized projects for the Project Management System (PIMS); and identify/manage internal and customer related ITS projects while concurrently including supporting projects on behalf of capital improveJ!lent projects. Minimum requirements are a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance or a closely related field with major coursework in field of information and technology services. Minimum of seven years qf prog_ressively complex and responsible related work experience required with three years at a supervisory level. Candidate must be proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and possess exceptional writing skills Salary range $70,782 $120,307; exceptional benefits package; position open until filled. Send letter of interest, resume and contact information for five work references to: Human Resources, Executive Recruitment P.O. Box 1110, Tam-pa, FL 33601 Or E-mail ExecutiveRecruitment@HillsboroughCounty.org EOE/Drug Free Workplace GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS Childcare Teachers Needed 40 Hours CPR/First Aide Full Time Positions Available Will Train Call (813) 237-8771 Established Detail Shop & Used Auto Sales Now Hiring Detailer Great Bonus Earning Potential For Motivated Applicant After 1st 90 Days Call (813) 220-5634 Or (813) 620-0926 Wanted Immediately: Experienced Janitorial Supervisors, Cleaning Technicians, And Floor Technicians Must Have A Clean Criminal Background Call 813-775-8540 Between The Hours Of 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Leave Your Name And Phone Number HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING MANAGER (RESTRICTED) BUYER ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN Ill EQUIPMENT $61,110 $35,838 $31,657 FABRICATION SPECIALIST FIRE INSPECTOR (RESTRICTED) OFFICE ASSISTANT : "'" .. li_)nsni-=t ; $31,657 $55,348 $22,131 See .site at or contact Job Newsline 272-6975 (TDD 272-5623) or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer FAX YOUR ADS 24/7 (813) 248-9218 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 Seeking Serious Minded Individuals Who A re I n t e rested In Making $ 5 0 00 Plus Per Month. Must Be Trainable. Call (813) 777-1648 F ull-time Openings For T ti e Following Positions In Group Home Environment: Secretary: Must have exc. Customer svc skills' Min typing spee. d of {50. wpm and knowledge of variou s software ' pa1ckages preferred Cook: Must possess at least 1 year's experience in food pr eparation. Res i dential Care Techs: P r io r related experience and a sincere interest in children We offer excellent heal th benefits and 401 (k) plan. Apply at: 8052 N. 5 6th St,. Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 .. Or Mail To: P.O. Box 9451, Tarnpa,FL 33674 Background Screenings Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer I :t'M!iti 4' ;(iJ! 5908 Palm River 4 Bedroom/1 1/2 Bath Completely Renovated New Electrical; Plumbing, CHA Also New Roof $155,000 Call (813 ) 621-7493 Grant Park Area 2/1 With Den For Sale $110,000 $100% Financing With Closing I I "J ,. ,. Help fiariancing $800.00/Monthly On 2 Lots One Buildable (813) 270-1188 Great Investment Property Tenant In Place Would Like To Stay Property Will Pay For Itself 2/1, 520 Sq. Ft. Heated Great For Single Person Or Plenty Of Room To Expand Buy Cheap And Remodel, Large Lot Call Marcia Miller MBA, Re altor ERA The Polo Group (813) 748-8720 Big Ideas. Big Opportunities. The Univer.;ity of South Aorida is one of America's leading national research institutions and the ninth largest Wliver.;ity in the nation with campuses throughout the Greater Tampa Bay n;gion. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan options, ruition program, generous leave programs, career advancemont and more! ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, RESEARCH PROGRAMS/SERVICES #12964, Institute for Instructional Research & Practice College of Education. This position will report to the Director of the Institutes The incumbent will provide significant direction for the research, development, and publishing activities within the Institutes; supervise Assistant Directors and other managers in activities such as development. scoring analysis, research, a nd reporting drawing upon ps_ychometric, management, statistical and research expertise ; provtd e psychometric and research expertise rlirectly by designing instruments, analyses review, and reporting mechanisms ; work with the Director to develop capability for and obtain external funding andoversee provision o( grant and contract services to external funding sowces; will function for the Director in the Director's absence as required. COORDINATOR, COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (PRINCIPAL WEB APPLICATION ARCHITECT) # it960, Office of Information Technology FMHI. The Principal Web Application Architect (WAA) will be responsible for the development and maintenance of FMHI's central website and architecture as well as for the provision of technical assistance to all web developers throughout FMHI's departments, divisions, and centers. The WAA will be responsible for the implementation of practices that promote data security consistent with FMHI' s secwity policies as well as the impleme ntation of practices that meet accessibility standards. The WAA will evaluate trends and approaches to web-design/production and consult with FMHI web de velopers to identify a ppropri ate solutions to technical problems. In a ddition. the WAA will work collaboratively with all Institute web developers to promote a consistency in technical a pplications and design functions Be a part of a dynamic diver.;e environment that generates bold ideas and creative solutions. Join us to make a difference. For additional infonnation regarding these positions, candidates should visi t: www.usf.edu/Jobs or caU the Job Line at (813) 974-2879. USF is an Equal Opportunitylfqua/ Access University. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG SARASOTA .. MANATEE LAKELAND HUD Homes 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $234 00/Monthly 5 Bedroom/2 Bath $476 00/Monthly 5% Down 20 Years @8%APR For Listings Call 1-800-749-8168 Ext. S748 New Construction Just Completed 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car Garage 2,166 Sq Ft. Vessel Bowl Sinks Hardwood Floors Granite Counter Tops Stainless Steel Appliances Builder Pay Closing Cost $199,000 (813) 477-6447 Or (813) 477-6449 3606 E. Comanche 2 /1 Completely Remodeled New L a minate Carpet, And Ti l e Newer Appliances, Cabinets, Roof And Mor e Only $129,900 Realtor/Owner Will Assist With Closing Costs Mike Williams Signature Realty Associates (813) 7317283 realtorrnikewilliams.corn .Attention Everyone Make Cash Fast I!! Bring Buyers For Our Homes For Sale 3/1 Central AIC $99,000 OBO 3/2 -X Acre Land $115,000 4/2-Garage-Huge Lot $189,000 4/2 & 1/1 In Ground Pool $194,000 4/21/2/2 Screened lanai $249,9 00 (813) 630-9827 Home Run Real Estate Inc. Temple Terrace Duplex $144,000 Temple Terrace Duplex Section 8 Occup ied $174,000 .00 Lie Realtor Ainsley Daux (813) 546-1954 www.dauxfloridahomes .com SUPPORT THE FJ_ORIDA SENTI NEL ADVERTISERS I I [.]M fj 4' ;(ii! ill HOME OW NERS HIP Your Job Is Your Credit Low Down Payment Lease 2 Purchase Irvin (813) 965-5413 Palm River 3/2/1 Newly Renovated Block, CHA Great Nei ghborhood No Money Down $1, 500/Monthty Call (813) 716-8252 Clair Mel Home For Sale 13 30 Windsor Way 33619 Totally Renovated3/1 New Tile/Carpet No Money Down $1,000 Per Month Call F loyd (813) 727-6728 Busch Gardens Area 1817 Seward Street Rent To Own Or Buy Cozy 2 / 1 + Den Owner Helps W/CC $1.18,900 Peoples Choice Realty (813) 3891 068 Temple Terrace Beauty 7701 Leon Avenue 3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms Comp le te Remodeled Sale Pr ic e $175,900 Call Now! (305) 652-9393 Horne 4 Sale Temple Terrace $160,000Nice 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Large Yard, Fenced 1 Car Garage 10 0 % Financing Seller Pays Closing Cost Up $7 000 Call (813) 270-1188 CLASSI FIED ADVERTISE M E N T RATE $8.00_ 1 20 WORDS 50 FOREACH WORD OV E R 2 0 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUB LISH YOUR AD FAX 24/7 TO . (813) EMAIL 2:! c 3: > :::u 0 :I: jD N 0 0 ...... r 0 2:! c > en m z ::! z m r I a:J c: r r m ::! z c: a:J r c;; :I: m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c 2;! c G) m CD I 0

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... ..,..,. (813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 0 a: LL. c z < 0 U) w .... w > w c w J: rn :J [Q ::J ll. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z W Programs Funds AVAILABLE NOW in 2007 lcms or no credit at all. Working strong for our community ... Don't Wait .. FUNDS Available foa you NOW! 6Z 813. 915.0522 a: 0 ..J LL OMES FOR RENT I ----------------Section 8 For Rent Progress Village Newly Remodeled Tenant Wanted 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath 4 Bedrocims/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Big Yard, CHA Family Home WIWCarpet Section 8 Okay Available Now Will Take Section 8 (813) 229-2376 Call 813-716-8252 Call (813) 960-4203 4207. Wallis Place $234 00/Monthly Beautiful Section 8 Preferred -. 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedrooms/i Baths Large FORECLOSURE 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, CHA, 5% Down 20 Years Newly Renovated Wastier/Dryer Hook-up, $1,150 00/Monthly Carport, Patio With Large @8%APR Brick BBQ Pit Call Please Contact Tyrone (813) 516-1135 (813) 223-2030 1-800-749-8168 xR592 908 E. Humphry Progress Village USF 3/1, CHA, WID Hook-up, 2 Bedroom Townhome 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CeramicNinyl Ti l e V aulted Ceiling, Carpet, Tile CHA, Remodeled Throughout AIC, WID Hook -u p, Patic $800. 00/Monthly $860.00/Monthly Water Included $600. 00/D eposit $500/Deposit Section 8 OK. Section 8 W e lcom e $695.00 Call (813) 453-0123 Mark (813) 376-9106 Call (813) GET NOTIC ED PLACE YOUR AD IN TH E BUSIN ESS DIRECTORY CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248 192 1 FOR DETAILS Or E m ail: l edwards@flsentine l.com Grant Park Area 2/1 With Den For Sale $110,000$100% Financing With Closing Cost Seller Will Help With fianancing $800.00/Monthly On 2 Lots One Buildable (813) 270-1188 Homes Special FHA-VA Program$ Own A Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Many Areas & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 Looking For A Newer Home In The Heart,, Of Tampa? Have 1 Got The Home For You 2005-3/2, Privacy Fence Well Maintained Comer Lot 1200 Sq Ft Heated Call Marcia Miller MBA, Realtor ERA The Polo Group (813) 748-8720 Homes For Rent From $900 00/Monthly Available Immediately Call Jaime (813) 434-6287 Lutz Home 2 Large Bedrooms/1 Bath Spacious Garage Big Yard, Nic e area Section 8 Only Call (813) 994-6627 Homes For Immediate Occupancy 4/1 3507 N 1oth Street 4/1 8216 N Brooks St $1000 00 Deposit Rent Starts at $1200.00 Section 8 Welcome For More information Contact Us At 813-217-8906 Rent Or Rent To Own 3/1 -3414 East 22nd Or 3/2 802 East North Bay Nice Houses Quiet N eighborhoo d Section 8 Welcome! Call813-931-6888 For Appointment Call (813) 245-2073 House For Rent 3711 N. 35th Street Available March 1st 3/1 -Large Fenced Yard $850.00/Monthly $500 .00/Deposit (813) 767-3185 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Yard Carpet, Washer/Dryer Hookup Section 8 Only -.J. Call Kenny (813) 630-0839 Or (813) 416_ -6183 3416 East 28th Ave Tampa House for Rent 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Wash/Dryer Hookup $950.00/Month $500.00/Deposit Call 813-962-0044 East Tampa_ Spacious 2/1 CHA, Fireplace, Sprinklers Fenced, WID Hookup Water Included $950.00 Monthly +$950.00 Dep
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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 Busch & 40th Street New 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Concrete Block, CHA, WDH, Fenced, Alarm Section 8 No Pets Call (813) 949-3482 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1% Bath Townhouse For Lease qated Community -.. A Low $720.00 Section 8 Welcomed Security Deposit $350.00 $25.00 Application Fee Call (813) 740-0384 Beautiful Large 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Like New, CHA, Tile Fenced Yard Bring Your'Deposit! Won't Last! Responsible Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 245-7009 Today! Search All Of The Current Listings Free At wilw.realtorm1kewilliams.com Wiiliams "' Signature Realty Associates t . Find Out How Much Home You Qualify For r.' Call Laura Williams Millinium Funding Group F6r Fast Friendly Professional Service (813) 731-7285 Efficiencies & One Bedroom Apartmarents 1 'I --.-. Some With River Views --.-. 1 ; Call For Current Specials 813-237-3984 River Place Apartments River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for .55+; quiet park-like settingn ;, shopping, tra'nsportation,:: social activities, riverfront .,living : Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at: $360.00 month. (813)1100-5090 Apartment 2406 East 12th Avenue 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Nice And Clean, CHA $475.00/Rent $475.00/ Deposit Call (813) 237-5990 Section 8 Perferred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors, Large Yard WID Hook-Up (813) 230-8968 Duplex 2 Bedrooms, CHA $650.00/Monthly $300. 00/Deposit (813) 690-2833 Section 8 Only .Duplex-Move In Special 3 Nice Area, CHA Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Large Fenced Backyard Call (813) 789-3879 Available 3-1-07 2 Large Bedroorris/1 Bath WID Hook-Up, tlean & Nice, Large Backyard $750.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit (813) 238-6607 Grant Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Provided Security Bars, Fans $725.00 /Month $725.00 Deposit ca11 813-505-7266 3813 34th Street B Completely Remodeled Duplex Cozy, Very Quiet Property. Small Two Bedroom/One Bath. Tiles In All Wet Areas, Bedrooms Carpeted. Rental Of The Premises Includes: Refrigerator, Electric Range, Range Hood, Aluminum Blinds. Utility Room With . washer. ..... & Dryer Hook-Up. Central Air And Heat. No Section 8 No Programs, No Pets Rent $700 Per Month .. Plus security Oeposit $700.00 Water Utilities Included! Contact William @ (813) 340-9705 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal Call (813) Or (813) 503-0493 3215 North 49th Street .'2 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly .Remodeled Water Included $750. 00/Month $500.00/Deposit No Section 8 (813) 758-5386 Section 8 Accepted / Bring Deposit Won't Last 2/1 CHA Huge Yard Close To Downtown Responsible Section 8 Accepted Call Today (813) 245-7009 Duplex 1504 E. 138th Avenue 3/1, CHAW/D Hook-U,p $775.00/Month $500.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 ..... ltrU&i i' ;J d 3:; II Rooms For. Rent $100.00/Per Week $100.00/Deposit 55 & Up Preferred Call (813) Hyde Park 1507 North A Street ... W/W Carpet, Kitchen Privileges, A/C Near Busline Deposit-$60.00 Rent $100.00 And Up (813) 293-4883 Furnished Clean Quiet'Rooms $120.00 Weekly CHA, CablelUtilit1es On Bus ine Efficiencies Also Available . Call (813) 505-5400 : or (813) 902-1351 Just Like Home Leave Message Immediate -Response First Week Rent +Security $100.00-$150.00/Weekly Furnished And Unfurnished \ . (813)'319-5646 ,. SUPPORT SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Fully Remodeled Rooms For Rent $110.00 Weekly Call 1-800-890-7639 Nice Unfurnished rooms CHA, House Privileges Males Preferred $200.00 Deposit $400 Per Month Phone (813) Private Room For Rent Kitchen Privileges, CHA $500.00/Monthly $200.00/Deposit Contact (813) 690-2833 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100.00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Fixed Income Room Special 1010 E. 22nd Avenue $325.00/Month Includes All Utilities Washer And Dryer On Premises R.B. (813) 770-2025 Christian Person Has Rooms For Rent $11 0.00/Rent $11 0. 00/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed Call Mike (813) 770-2266 2917 East 21st Avenue, No Drugs, Very Nice Neighborhood, Cable, Central A/C, $140-$150 Per Week Includes Utilities .-. Enterprises (813) 495-9757 .. (813) Nice Unfurnished Rooms CHA, House Privileges Males Preferred $200.00 Deposit $400.00 Per Month Phone (813) 661-4292 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Room For Rent $110.00-$150.00 Per Week Call (813) 247-4724 UNIVERSITY ROOMS Clean, Quiet Large Rooms, Central Heat & Air, Washer & Dryer, Free Phone. Near Busline. Must Be Drug Free & Employed (813) 293-1090 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred .. $120.00/Weekly $120.00/Deposit call (813) 231-6940 EastTampa 2 Rooms For Rent 1 Furnished/1 Unfurnished No Drugs, Utilities Included, Washer/Dryer Kitchen, Living Room Access, Near Busline $500 Down/$500 Month Per Room .-813-416-1184 Or 954-559-2232 Roqms For Rent 4 Year Old Home 2 Bedrooms $150.00 Each 1 Bedroom Bathroom Included $185.00 I ,. ' Call (813) 846-3947 PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Edition Friday @ 3:00P.M. ... _. Friday .. ,, . Tuesday@ 3:00 P.M. .. FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT . VISA, MASTERCARD .. . .. .'. ... AMERICAN EXPRESS AN-D DEBIT -.' ., CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE . . .;; . :: i -Fax Your Ad 24/7 .: . ... (813) 248-9218 . Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com "TI c }< s:: > ::a 0 :::r: N 0 0 ..... "TI r 0 c > en m z :::! z m r I lD c: r r z "'D. c: IJJ c en :::r: m c m < m c: m < en c > > z c "TI c Ci)' m N o. 'i

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,.... 0 0 N (813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 en ::I: 0 a:: c( :i ic( c it: LL ..1 W For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125 00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Call (813) 624-8540 MLKArea Private Room Bath + Entrance $130. 00/Weekly + $130.00/Deposit (813) 232-2477 Leave Message Furnished Rooms For Rent Belmont Heights Jackson Heights Single Male Occupancy (Preferred) :1 Week Plus 1 Week Advance Phone (813) 965-5931 Or (813) 247-3581 RUDY'S REPAIR Complete Air Conditioning & Heating Service On All Makes and Models Call (813) 620-1822 LIC #CAC 1815130 Credi.t Cards Accepted TTORNEY z i= AFRICAN-AMERICAN Z ATTORNEY w en Dedicated to c( -LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAWI . . g Atty. Roderick 0. Ford u.. Call (813) 223 1200 www. fordlaw org BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY Chapter 13 *Chapter 7 Start At $650 00 Atty. Roderick o : Ford Call (813) 223-1200 www.fordlaw org _Roderick 0 Ford, JD, ESQ Ju ris D o c tor U o f llinois C W CP, Michig a n S t ate Harvard Law School Program on Negotiations A ss oc of Tri a l Laywe r s O f Am e r i c a Downtown T ampa Law Office Call (813) 223-1200 TTORNEYS WORKERS' COMPENSATION Get Medical Treatment Change Treating Physicians Collect Back Pay Atty. Roderick 0. Ford Call (813) 223-1200 wviw. fordlaw.org EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION! *Wrongful Termination *Racial & Sexual Harrassment All Employment Matters Atty. Roderick 0. Ford Call (813) 223-1200 www. fordlaw.org Honda CIVIC 94' $600.00 Police Impounds For Listing Call 1-800-749-8167 Ext. K027 1995 Nissan XE Truck Extended Cab, 5 Speed 4 Cylinder, Bed Cover/Liner Excellent Condition 48,000 Miles $4,000 Call 813-227-9727 $500.00 Police lmooundsl Honda's, Chevy's, Toyota 's, Etc From $500 00! For Listings Call 1-800 749 8167 Ext. 3695 Hill Cementary 4900 Chelsea Avenue East (813) 672 0505 . Vault Only Cem enta ry P a ym en t Get Excited!! Work From Home You can't affo r d to m i ss t h i s opportu nity!! Go to: Www. K a r enTa yl o r Ba rtl e y si m pleasa bc. co m Or Call 813 391-9225 For Details 0 I N N w (!) FORALLYOUR CLASS IFI ED N EE D S C ONTACT L a V O RA @ (813) 2 48 19 2 1 E m a il : l ed ward s@ fl senti n e l .com C.C.'s Carpet Cleaning 1-3 Rooms ONLY $24.95 No Hidden CHARGES! Call (813) 626-7303 (813) 325-7330 Cell Outstanding Cleaning Service No Job Too Big Or Small Outstanding Cleaning Does It All. Residential, Commercial, Construction etc Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly Call (813) 988-7361 Licensed & Insured Top Notch Computer Service Repairs Upgrades, Virus Control And More "Service You Can Trust" Call Tony (813) 695-7813 MPC Computers Tamna lntArnatinnal FIA:t Market (Fowler Entrance) Repairs Sells And Designs Websites F ree Dia gnostics . L a y a w a y Av ai l a ble Phone (813) (813) 447-3415 CRUISES MAKE YOUR NEXT VACATION OR FAMILY CELEBRATION A CRUIS E CALL GLORIA FOR GREAT RATES !!!!! . 813-973 1 080 www. t hesunandfuncruises.com FR EE DENTAL Adults & Children Cleanings, Fillings Extractions 813-980-9070 _DNA Paternity Testing Legal or personal testing available. Resul t s in just 3 DAYS. No Collection Fees _in Tampa. NO BLOOD! Payment op t ions available http://dnatestingsolutions.com DNA Testing 11972 N. Florida Avenue 3) 915-0000 POWER-ONE ELECTRICAL SERVICES All Your Electrical Needs Free Estimates Lighting Wiring Ci r cuit Breakers Convenient Service Call Marcus Smalls (813) 625-6699 Lic#470392 All Mighty Stone Offering A Complet e Line Of Stone And F ence Work Including Stone Fi replaces ; Chain u'nk Fences And B O .B. Fenc Etc. Call (386) 532-8080 First Time Home Buyers Call Ainsley Daux (813) 546-1954 Home Run Real Estate Lie Realtor Harris Flooring Laminate Tile And Hardwood Floors Professionally Insta ll ed Rates Call For Free Estimates (813) 516-0153 Licensed & Insured I ih!ii !ti'hJ Facing Foreclosure! We Have Loans For You And You Can Stay In Your Home Call 813-833-5097 Avoid Foreclosure Beh i nd On Payments? Save Your Credit! _We Can Help Call Today (813) 728-4182 DON'T LET OTHER. GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSEl We Buy Forclosure Homes Cash In 3 Days See Our Full P age Ad In The Flori da S e ntinel. www. rehabberssuperstore_.coni (813) 227-9240 We Buy Houses : T he Good, T he Bad. & T h e U g l y .. STOP FORECLOSUR E S You Keep Y our Home EState Sal e s & Le a s e Options Call Us Todayl Homeowner Consultant 813-245-2580 813 630 9008 : CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENT RATE . $8.00-1-20 WORDS .. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER20 T HIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU. P U B LISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday@ 3:00 p.m Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 p.m FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA; MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRE SS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE

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(813) 248-1921 CLASSIFIED FAX (813) 248-9218 INVESTMEN PROPERTIE LOAN REPAIR Micros Short Hair Micros Long Hair Body Plaits Corn Rows Weaves $65 $85 $95 $65 $65 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 Hair Braiding School Get Your Hair Braid i ng License 16 Hour Course Lowest Cost In Town Work Legal StartYourOwnBusiness Call (813) 270-9874 M & M 'Associates Inc. Ebonique Hair Design & Braids Micro' s $85 & Up Relaxer $40 & Up Quick Weave $40 & Up Wash-N Set $25 & Up Sew-Ins $50 & Up Pony Tails $25 & Up Braids $50 & Up Call For Consult (813) 900-1414 WARNING IIIII Don't Be Fooled By Others Cash In 3 Days For Your House The Home Investors Group Inc. We Buy Cash You Can Have The Cash You Need In 4 days Phone (813) 7 63-(SOLD) 7653 SELL YOUR LOT DON'T LET THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSEl We Buy Forclosure Homes Cash In 3 Days See Our Full Page _Ad In The Florida Sentinel. wWw.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 227-9240 . Since running my "3 Days . -Cash For Your Home""" t ad there have been reports zl/f; . of other copy-cat real .s!. estate investors trying to ATTENTION ... manipulate peop_le with FIVE*****RATED empty offers of qu1ck cash and fast closings. There REV MOTHER MARY few Tampa GuaranteedToRemoveBadLuck, companies that can honor VooDoo, Sickness, Evil Influences. such offers. Rehabbers Reunites Loved Ones, Restores Superstore is the real deal. Lost Nature. Why Suffer??? Before you lose any value in can and Will Help You your home ask the investor No Matter How Big or small to provide the following: Your Problems Are. Will Tell You 1) References : Ask to talk Your Lt.tcl
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