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Celebral .. other And Seven -Children Face Eviction SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 --.... INSIDE THIS EDITION Job Fair For ' YoutH Planned. ... SEE PAGE 2 USF HireSa'New Dir. Of Comm. R818tions SEE PAGE 11 . SuggestiOns Made Fof Gene's Bar Site SEE PAGE 11 Man Charged For Lewd Act SEE PAGE 27 ..:...-., HIV/AIDS IN COMMUNITY Beulah Institutional Baptist Church was the location of recent meeting to bring awareness about HIV/AIDS to the African American community. The meeting addressed the alarming and ever-increasing number of the disease in the Tampa Bay area. Sponsored by Pastors On Patrol and the City Of Tampa Housing ari d community Development, meeting called for involvement on' a .. level. Among those in attendance at meeting fiom left to r _ight guest speaker, Rev. William Gillison, Chairman Ecumenical-.. Committee Leadership Commission on AIDS, Ms. Deborah A. Levine, LCSW, Vice president of the Natio n!ll Black leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc., Ms. Sharon West,Manager of .the City.ofTampa Housing and Community Development Offi.ce, and Rev; W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor of aeulah I. B. Church, and President of P astors On Patrol. (Photograph by Jerry Brunson).

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r--0 0 N FEATURES 6 N J: .() Job Fair For v outh Planned Mother Of 7 Facing THA Eviction a: a: w > w c w :I: .en ::J m :::) D. z i= w ..I ..I ::::::) m _j w z i= z w en a: 0 ..I LL City of Tampa Clean City Thursday, 7:30 a.m. until Division are curre11tly seek3:30 p.m. ing youths for summer To qualify for the positions, employment.Several young-the applicants must be sters will be hired to work enrolled in the Hillsborough part-time during the summer. County School System. The The job fair will be held otl' applicants will work with the Saturday, March 24th, from 9 Clean City Division to help a.m. until 12 p.m., at the keep their communities clean. Jackson Heights NFL YET Applicants must also reside Center, 3310 E. Lake Avenue, ( f E L k A within the East Tampa corner o a e venue b d f H'll b h and N. 34th Street). oun anes o 1 s oroug Thirty-six students between Avenue on the I-4 on the ages of 16 and 18 will be the South, N. 56th Street on hired for summer employ-the East and I-275 on the ment. The period of employwest. Abraham Brown Honored On 80th Birthday More than 300 guests attended a birth day celebration Saturday recognizing the 80th birthday of Reverend Abraham Brown. The event was held in the Fellowship Center of the First Baptist Church of College Hill, where R ev. Brown is the senior pastor. Tameka Johnson served as the mistress of ceremonies. Among those who spoke of the role Rev. Brown played in their lives was Lloyd Mumphford, who played on the undefeated Miami Dolphins football team hack. in 1972: Mumphford played for Brown at Middleton and then went on to Texas Southern University before entering the pros. Also, former coach and fellow minister in the gospel, Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr., pastor of Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, spoke highly of his former co-worker. Also spotted among those in attendance were C oach Chuck White, Geraldine Williams Smith, Gloria Lomas P hilmore, C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. and Leroy "Radio Red" Porter. Rev . Bro.wn was a standout center for Florida A & M Unive.rsity. As a freshman, he knocked All-Am-erican center from Bulldog Gary from his spot as the top-center Rev. Brown coached at Middleton, Blake and Chamberlain High Schools before retiring as a high school counselor. While winding down his career as a coach, Rev. Brown answered his call in the ministry and went on to found the Prison ,Crusade Ministry, now known as Abe Brown Ministries. The ministry was begun after Rev. Brown visited one of his former players in prison and saw the need to reach out to those incarcerated. He began a ininistry to transport the fam. ilies of those incarcerated to visit at least on a monthly basis . The ministry still provides that service. This is the situation Ms. Starla Williams found herself in last W(lek: The 36-year: old mother has a 20-year-old daughter, children ages 1, 3, 6, 9, 11, and 13, and her preg nancy is conside_red high risk. To add to her woes, Ms. .. Williams' 3-year-old daughter is a severe asthmatic and must take 3 different kinds of medication a day. Now, she is hoping to be allowed to remain in public housing because she has nowhere to go. Ms. Williams said the evic tion follows on the heels of a missed court date she didn't know about. She said the situation began in 2001 when she was arrested in Polk County for grand theft. After going to court for nearly two years, she was placed on probation for the charge. But she was later violated and an arrest warrant was issued. '"It was a technical violation, not a new charge. I was violated because I didn't have the money to pay the probation cost," she said. Ms. Williams was arrested and transported to Polk County. When she appeared in court, she to do the time, rather than be placed on house arrest. Ms. Williams said she served 10 months in jail and that her daughter, who was 19 at the time, cared for her children. "I always kept my daughter on my lease and I had to give her power of attorney so she could keep the apartment while I was gone. I told the manager everything as it hap. pened. I didn't keep anything CON-GRATULATIONS 2007 GRADUATES .-.. \ High school or college graduation is a that deserves recognition. Davis Printir:'g can help make ordering your easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations, and name cards all for l9w price .... and inclt.!des a photo of the graduate. your -choice from several cover designs and verses, and personalized With your photo your invitations can be as special as your accomplishments. Call or visit Sol Printing today .. .. for high quality invitations with fast service. I 5205 N. Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Phone: 813 MS STARLA WI L LIAMS ... Facing Eviction From Tampa Authority them." She acknowledges that she received eviction papers in February. "I knew I had to stay on top of this, so I did everything I was supposed to do. But I never received a court date and I checked my mail everyday." she was released from prison, she didn't immediately come in on time for re-certification, there have been a co'u'f>le of fights, and other problems. When asked what happens to families evicted from public housing Cunningham said, "Once we evict them, they no longer qualify to live in public housing. It means they didn't follow the rules and regulations of public housing. They : have to go out there and deal with the private sector them selves," Gu_nningham said. Subpoenas are served by deputies of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, Civil Division. When contacted by the Sentinel, a spokesperson for the said according to their records, Ms. Williams was served on February 15th, and had 5 days to respond. No writ of possession had been served o n her as of press time. Ms. Williams sai'd she learned about the court date Ms. Williams said the hearing was held before Judge Cheryl Thomas last. on Friday when her manager Thursday and the judge ruled asked why she had .not in favor of the Tampa appeared in court. Housing Authority because After learning of the missed she (Ms. Williams) didn't court date, Ms. Williams said appear in court. she filed for a motion to stay When contacted by the and must now wait to see if Sentinel, Wence Cunning-Judge Thomas will issue a ham, Director of Public re-hearing. Housing for the Tampa Judge Thomas was out of Housing Authority said, "Two her office on Monday. years ago she appealed the her administrative eviction and then two months assistant said the judge could she arrested 'fcir .... nqt 'com'inent on a peiidi'rtg of probation. After case. j HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A I Were You Hurt! Need Your Car Fixed! NHd A Good Doctor And .. Need A Ride To The Doctor! Someone Who Will Properly Document Your Case! ,., Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Ariswered YES TQ Any Questions, Then You Need To Call Me Now .:1 .. ""Having Been In Several Accident s 1 Know Just What To K?o To Get The Best Results For Vou"ll Before You S ign Up With Anyone E lse, Call M.;:-My S e rvices Are FREE And Can Help K-p You F rom Making A Cost l y Mista k e! Must be 21 y ears of ase have ill credit card & a valid driver's llcens'e, while we do your work. Minimum $1,500.00 Estimate. Provided By: CLASSIC PAINT G-BODY

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FEATURES NAACP Board Considers Moving Empowerment Center BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tampa NAACP President Curtis Stokes confirmed the report that their board is looking for a new location for their Empowerment "I think locating the center in the TIF and redevelopment area would better serve its purpose and the community. I think that way we can help create jobs_ and the area." Stokes said the board had been looking at moving the center before the suggestion it be located at what was for merly kn.own as Gene's Bar on : 22nd Street. "W e had looked at several areas in East Tampa, and pos sibly setting up an office at Tampa Park Plaza. The location of the center is an important issue to the NAACP and the community." Stokes said Joe Robinson, recently appointed as Chairman of the Empowerment Center's Advisory Committee, has been :5pearheading the devel-CURTIS STOKES ..... Tampa NAACP President opment of possibly moving the center to the Gene's Bar site. "I think because the building is in the TIF area and accessible from the Interstate and other roadways makes it ideal," said Robinson. "It would also be in the .heart of an area being redeveloped." Robinson said even if the existing structure is torn down, he still feels that spot is perfect for the Empowerment Center. "Being accessible to the What's awen Miner for yoU? AccQmp)J.shments as your City amncil Woman: and Widening of 40th Stmet District 3 Police Substation Highland Pines Park New 3,000/sq. Foot Facility Grant Park Neighborhood Improvement Cyrus Greene Park Facility Lake Avenue Beautification Central Park CRA and TiF Centro Espannl Project Gene's Bar Prop_erty Purchase Endorsed By: Tampa Firefighters JOE ROBINSON ..... Empowerment Committee Chairman community is very important. We need to be where can actually empower people, and what better area than on 22nd Stre e t and at a location that's seen it's share of problems." The Advisory Committee Members are: Henry Ballard, Carole Colvin, George Davis, Pat Dix, J.D., Gregory Hart, Gretchen Hunter, Earl Kegler, Joel McElroy, II, Sharon Niblack, Joyce Russell, Greg Stallworth, Joe Robinson (Chairman), and Brian Washington. Hillshomugh County Fircfighh!rs C.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor Statn Senator Artlwnia Joyner Early Voting Begins: State Betty Reed State Rnpresentiltive Michael Scionti Tampa City Councilwoman Mary Al\'arez March 19tlr24th Hillsborough County School Board Member April Griffin Hillsbomugh County School Board N!cmbcr Susan Valdez Julie Jenkins or Vote on Election Day: Local Liaison Aims To Inform Elderly About Medical Options BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Zangela Montgomery knows firsthand that many people don't know all of their medical options. She admits that many patients, especially the elderly, are either uninformed about'their medical alternatives, or have had infor mation intentionally withheld ZANGELA MONTGOMERY from them by people in the medical field. With 13 years of experience, That's she comes in. she now works to educate patients and physicians about IS a haison different options available to w!th Comprehensive Home elderlypatients Care of County, a "I've received great full-service health agency for f th 'ty I ld th ld 1 rom e commum wou .... c: m en c 3: )> :II (') J: 1\) 9 1\) 0 0 -.J ;.8 e er y. 1 th love to help more people. There o many peop e m e area . don't know all of their options are a 9ood of when it comes to healthcare. Amencan physiCians In the 0 My goal is to inform them," area, but ma?,y pe?-:II Montgomery said. pie m my position, said' C The 30-year-old worked as Montgomery. "I want to pro-the Director of Admissions for vide as many people as possible the Fletcher Rehab and Health with proper information about Z Center, a skilled nursing options available to them when ty, before joining it comes to their health. m Comprehensive Home Care For more information, call r;After seeirig families unin-Comprehensive Home Care at formed about their medical (813) 514-5520, or r rights and options, she decided Montgomery at (813) 727 -to help bridge the gap. S543 :::::! ... pmud to be by . Florld_ a Senunel 1 z ., c: CD r (i) :I: m c m < m :II -< .... c: m en c > z c ., :II c Frank San.chcz Rick Bim:ena Newly Elected Councilman Rev. Thomas Scott March 2 7th r-.,. ;-_,...,. .r. ,_ Paid l'olitii:al Ad paid for and appron'cl b) ;\Iilier Candidate li1r rt-:eltction Cit. y Council District 1.

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,... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS 0 N :I: (J a: w c w :I: en ::::l a:l :::) FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, TaJ'T1la Fbrida33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 211nd Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. C 1990 CP Timelnlemaliorial POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florid a Sentinel Bulle tin, P.O. Box 3363 Tempo FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tafll)a, FL W.W. Andrews 1874 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions$44.DO-Per Year Both Editions: $87; 00-Per Year One Edition. Opinions expressed on editorial p ages of this newsp a per by Colurmlsls or Guest Wrlttn, do oot necessariJy reHecl the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Gwen Miller VOTE MAR. C H : 27th / . Is . rhe Beginning. .. rt I L ... 18 .,., .. ; 'l;)!jj:: .. :it seem our mi?d. 1:r ,@Either tJtat or the AdJmmstrat10n Is movmg ':' '''f:into a darker chapter of totalitarian politics, one year before it steps out of office. What has happened would seem to have been unprecedented in American history. Pres. Bush,' by executive order, has fired" eight U.S. attorneys from the Justice. Department. Sources believe Bush's actions were politically motivated. Southern Violence Against Civi. l Rights Never Acceptable (Series) "With the pathetic Black voter turnout in recent elec tions; including Tampa's last Tuesday, I. sometimes wonder why the Selma marchers bothered to get their heads cracked 42-years-ago." Joseph H. Brown Columnist, Tampa Tribune us be assured, vioce aga{nst Black exercising-their rights as civil participants anywhere. in this former Confederacy is never condoned. The remarks by :Tampa Tribune columnist Joseph Brown and must not ever be acceptable. It is and was highly unlawful for be abused par ticipating_ in demonstrations in a peaceful manner. Unfortunately, such citizens have been shot down like wild dogs, especially during the historic Rights Movement over the South. Back during the 1960s. here in Tampa, an 18-year,. old Black yohth,_ Martin Chambers, was shot in the back with his hand r aised high after running from a Tampa police officer. Even though nothing happened after that murder, it was and shows devaluation of Black life in such southern communities. The. last thing we as an oppressed people need is for our own leadership to be lit erally condoning such action against us: Central Avenue in Tampa went up in flames as a result of the Chambers murder. I might add that the 1960s was a most violent decade: (A) "1960 August 27: race riot in Jacksonville, Florida, after ten.,days of. demonstrations; 50 people reported injured." .-v', (B ) May 15: Bus with first group of 'Freedom Riders; bombed and burned by segregationist outside Anniston, Alabama. Group was attacked in An.niston and Birmingham." ( C) "1962, September 11: two youth involved in voter registration drive in Mississippi were wounded by shotgun blasts fired through the window of a home in Ruleville. (Reference: ' Before The by Lerone Bennett. (To be continued.) IDo YOu Really Want To Be is always some ., allow you to accept the call, phone, or. having enough plan O'n the horis end it_ to voice mail, listen in change to make .a call. n that promises. to on voice mail, etc: The sys-Everything is at arm's reach! make life easier . And each tern even tells you who is And now someone wants to D. z i= w ...J ...J :::) No doubt, should be outraged. However, we're reminded Pres. Clinton may have done something similar while he was in the Oval Office, nr so the So, what are we to think? and every one of them claims calling before you answer it. make all of those things a:l w z i= z w en a: g u. Washington and the international news media are in an uproar.-To make JQ.atters worse, none other than Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez himself apologized, to the nation's 93 remaining for the obviously brusque dislni;sal of their eight colleagues. Once more, we ask, what is America tO'think? What is going on? Is this the beginning of a sneakY left-hook coup d'etat? Or. is it simply federal business asusual? . :Experts sayPres. Bush had reasonable right to relieve 8 u. s. attorneys or even more, if he so chose. Say certain processors. The' reason why Bush hasn't done anything unlawful is because Congress, as a matter of policy, has trusted presidents to exercise this in wise and legislative ways." That may be so. But critics "This is not something that has any precedent in recent"-administration, and it reflects a failure to recognize institutions' damage to the U. S. attorney's office." . Yes, it is typical for U. S. attorneys to lose their jobs, when a new president takes office. But there's a problem. This president is not new. So, why change u.s. attorneys in the middle of his second administration? Furthermore, why fire seven of the eight attorneys on the same day in December, which happens to be one month after midterm elections? It is said, Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Is Bush another Nero? And if so, is the smoke' we're smelling 011:t coming from the ashes of Washington on fire? We are W concerned. How many more U.S. Attorneys will be C!J fired and for what reason? Then what? Martial law? Somebody tell us, is America burning? to be "State of the Art;" It's not available every-'work in unison." They want to Well, the newest kid on the where-yet! But in all like-.make .ail of the bells and block is a one number telelihood, it will become the latwhistles ring and hlow.'at 'the phone system that promises est craze in the near future. same time. to locate you for a caller-: It's ironic that everyone is As it stands now, your tele-no matter where 'you are! looking for a way to less com.phone numbers are spread This new. system is called plicate his or her life. But, it all over the country through Grand Central and is sup-' was just a little while ago business associations, family pOSedly in its final weeks of that folks willingly CQIDpli-' and friends. ,, 14 testing. cated their lives. : But few have' all of The general idea is to have After growing increasingly .the numbers.'I:rffact,' only one telephone tiumb.er that tired of waiting at home on a family and close' friends may anyone trying to reach you telephone call, it seemed like have all of the numbers:. can call. The system will a good idea to get We all have those days "find" you. whereveryou are The _only problem with the when peace. and quiet is by making all your tele-, pager was finding change, a ranked right up there with phones ring at the same, telephone to return_ the call our desire for good health time! or both. and longevity. So before you The idea is to eliminate So, then comes the need for fly to the computer and sign your having to give several a cellular telephone because up at www.GrandCentral.telephone nuii:tbers such as it took care of itself. You no com, you might' want to !lsk residence, cellular, work, etc. longer have to worry about a yourself: UOo you really want The system is also equip to pager, looking for, a pay to be found?" ) .J c -..; !! "\k;;. i c.-:>.,__, r c:.:: .. o Tnn-t u. n. i r:v ... (:813)

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ing! And so, I followed iny son's progress. Yes, he did, indeed, t"earn about pyramids and geometry. All of a sudden, he got "A's" on his tests. As a matter of fact, he came home one evening and told '.me his teacher had dresed tip like an Egyptian head-dress and VOTE MARCH 27th COLUMNS ., r-0 :D i 0 m z -4 z m r;m c: r rm ....,. Risi ng To The Occasion! z c: m r-c;; ::t m c B. Wells- : is best . :; : : : !i for her work a agamst lynching; b) for public housing; c) against woman suffrage or d) for temperance. Who resigned from the Daughters of American Revolution (DAR) in protest, after the DAR refused Marian Anderson permission to sing in a DAR hall?" Was it "a) Martha Washington; ,b) Eleanor Roosevelt; c) Edith Wilson or d) Mary Church Terrell?" You got it! It was "against lynching" and "Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt." Women have influenced their children, but have also brought about change in political, social and religious arenas outside of their homes. Specifically, "throughout U.S. history, women of every race and. cla'n"liVe made contributions that have helped to. shape and strengthen the country. In .1987, Congress declared the month of March Women's History Month to recognize these contributions and to promote the teaching of women's history," CNN "the became Student News. the most exploited 'member' .The discussion of Black of the master's household. American w 'omen and our She scrubbed the floors,_ roles have been swept under dishes, cared for the the rug along with honest children and was often and straightforward converjected to the lustful advances sation about' slavery in of Miss Ann's husband." America. For sure,' Black There are those who argue discuss it all the that Women's Liberation time. But, do we sincerely isn't and shouldn't be impor believe that anyone has seri-tant to Bllick American ously "gotten down to the women. Truth is, "the real nitty-gritty" when exploitation of women racism today still exists in goes deeper than that of the hearts of men, women white women ... take a look; at and children. It'll be a colour problems: medical care, lective and studious effort housin:g, jobs, police 'represthat'll heal th. e wounds sion, child ciue, abortion." caused by centuries of dehuTo be liberated simply manization. means to be "free from In celebration of Wo:rnen's tional Social' restraints." History Month, The Florida Rev. Jesse Jackson elosentinel Bulletin continues to make available Black quently stated, "We received America n history facts. the proclamation; but not the Because nothing much out-side of God Almighty able America has por to stop the course ofhistory-trayed Black women long making events, we believe enough. In order that Black that Black American history Americans be totally liberat is much too rich and impor -' ed, it will be the Black . tant to subscribe it to merely woman who must rise to the m < m -4 c: m 0 c l> z c ., :D 6. 28 or 29 days -in any given occasion for her husband, )g year! children and: community. Therefore, we submit that Peace Be Unto You.

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,... 0 0 N 0 N J: () a: <( :IE c (/) w ::l .... c ii: u. c z <( C (/) w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) ::i a:l ::l a. z tu ...J ...J ::l a:l I ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c 0 ...J u. _ NATIONAL Three. NY Officers Indicted In Groom Shooting, Lawyer Says -NEW YORK --A grand jury h as indicted three of five New York City police officers involved in the shooting death of a groom hours before his wedding, one officer's attorney and their union president said Friday A person with knowledge of the case said the other two officers were not charged. An official announcement of the grandjury's decisions will be 11 a.m. Monday, the Queens district attorney's office said. : 'r. . B1,1t attorney Steven Worth said-Michael Oliver, Gescard Isnora and Marc Cooper were indicted by the grand jury. Worth represents Michael Carey, who he said was not indicted. Paul Headley is the fifth officer. attorney Paul Martin had-told CNN tha-t his client, Cooper, had been indicted. "I'm disappointed .... I'm shocked," Martin said. Neither attorney able to say what the exact charges are. The president of the offi cers' union disagreed with the grand jury's deci sion. Sean Bell and fiancee Nicole pose. with their daughter. Bell was shot to death by NYPD officers hours before his wedding. MARC COOPER MICHAEL OLIVER "I do not _think that the actions of the officers rise to the level of criminality," said Michael Palladino, presi-a strip club. The five officers dent of the Detectives' were at the club, undercover, Endowment Association. investigating complaints of In the early morning of prostitution. Novemoer 25, hours before Guzman, Benefield and his wedding,. Sean Bell, 23, other members of the bache an.d friends Joseph lor party say they were on Gqzman, 31, and' Trent their way home after the Benefield, 23, were at Bell's party when the officers began bachelor party at Club Kalua, firing unprovoked. Man Beat 75-Year-Oid To Death . MOUNT LAUREL, N.J.: _ --.A motorist from Hu.mble beat a former Soviet cal prisoner to death with a rock Thursday at a New Jersey highway rest stop after the victim declined to buy his religious CDs, police said. Brian K. White, 26, was arrested after a 90-mile chase and charged with murder, eluding police and weapons violations. The victim, Michail J. Makarenko, 75, spent 11 years in prison for antiSoviet agitation and propaganda, said his interpreter and secretary, Gregory Burnside. He lived in Hillsboro, Va.; and owned an art gallery that' exhibited works of banned a rtists, Burnside said. Authorities said White approached Makarenko at a rest stop along the New Jersey Turnpike .near Moorestown and began striking him in the head with a roek after he declined to buy the religious CDs. Then White got back in his car and headed toward New York City, police said. 7More Americans Killed_ln Iraq BAGHDAD--U.S. com manders in Iraq report seven more Americans have died in Iraq this weekend, four of them killed Saturday by a roadside bomb. A statement Sunday said the bomb targeted their patrol in western Baghdad. Another soldier was wounded by gunfire that followed the explosion. The military said their battalion has been con ducting patrols as part of the security buildup that began last month. An explosion in Diyala province northeast of Baghdad killed another sol dier Saturday and' injured five. A U.S. Marin e also was killed in fighting in Anbar, according toa separate statement. A seventh service member died Saturday in a non combat related incident, the military said. Sunday's statement said only that the -cir cumstances are b e ing investi gated. Four Teen Brothers, Mom, Grandmother Arrested ATLANTA-Four teenage brothers have been arrested and so have their mother and great-grandmother. Police say the boys are behind a series of beatings, robberies and burglaries in Snellville. '!'heir mother and great-grandmother are accused of letting the boys keep a teenage girl in their home against her will. MARY HERNDON Snellville police say the four brothers have been ter-great-grandsons, it was the the. for beginning of a niglltmare. . mojlths so -they are glad to -. boys -'ranging from get them off the streets. The -age 1 3 to 17 -are charged boys' great-grandmother told with. four counts of strongChannel 2 all the charges armed robbery, against her family .are lies of burglary and gang activi-and harassment. ty. Seventy-four-year-old "Gabriel spent-most ofhis 'Maey Herndon said when time in the house with his Snellville police came to her music . 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-----ALLABOUTYOU! ------Jet Set Hudson (Entertainer/Consultant), Gabriela Germino (Manager/Owner), and Kenneth Rushing (CEO, President) History was made in Black History Month. On Thursday, February 8, 2007, House Hustling Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. CEO, Kenny Rushing closed on Jet Set Hudson's property house sale in 6 hours for close to $100,000. History was made. The house closing was at All Real Estate Title Services, Inc., Tampa. On February 15 Jet Set became a House Hustling Movement member. : (Photo By: Dolmar Cross, Director of Field Operations.) Grand.fOpcMeiaig "The Salon for the Goddess in you" 6800 N. Dale Mabry Hwy I 1 Suite 188 Tampa, Fl. 33614 / 813 I '"'-.. Prince 1 I \ 1 i Clark 1 I Stylist 1 ; {'/ I l l. ,-,pot Seeking Tampa's Top .Stylist Nail Technicians Pedicurist & Make Up Artist Call 813 340-9038. Tums5 Today ADAM ANDREWS Happy birthday wishes are sent to Adam Sean Andrews, who turns 5 today, March 20th. Adam is the son of Mr. And Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III. His siblings, Blythe, IV, Ayla, William and Hermione will help him celebrate in Orlando. Also wishing him a happy birthday are his grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Adam attends Richardson Academy and likes to ride his scooter and hang with his Dad. Happy Birthday T. K. Wonderful memories last a lifetime. From the Heart. 10118. High School Plans 5th Annual Talent Show c: m CJ) c 3: l> :a 0 :t Students at Howard W. Blake High School will host the 5th Annual "Blake's Stars Of The Future Talent Showcase" on Friday, March 30th, at 7 p.m. The event will be held on the campus at 1701 N. Boulevard. ble performers to the beauti-ful decorations on stage. We N are going over and beyond o with this one. It's going to be a site to see." Students of the Sports, Entertainment, and Recreation Marketing classes, in partnership with Blake DECA, are producing the show. It will be held in the Don Thompson Theatre. This year's show will include more than 20 different acts form both the Liberal Arts and Performing Arts Program. Students enrolled in the Marketing Program are Mrs. Varneese Tramel, DECA Advisor said, "Honestly, we out did ourselves with last year's show, everything from the incredi. responsible for all aspects of the show. They are learning to book acts, audition, work with sound, staging and lighting personnel, and develop their promotions and public relations for the show. eote,s Beautq & Barber Shop Gwen Smith, Operator New Clients Onl Specials Relaxers Cuts Color Up Dos Press-N-Curl Wash-N-Set For Appt. Call Gwen @ 504-1666 Shop: (813) 242-8763 3407 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. cdc Stepping Stones Job Readiness Training '+' OF TAMPA, 11\JC. C.CH'(JV\!1(1N TOLJ.._Vl.Lll Career Resource Center Is This You???? Ex-offender, Transportation and Childcare Problems, Sketchy Work History, or Interview Troubles!!! Stepping' Stones will enable you to overcome employment obstacles by teaching you to: Master the application Express confidence at the job interview Explain work history and background Write a winning resume Dress for success WIN THAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When: March 26-29, 2007 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Cash incenthes to grnduates!!! Cash incentives to graduates!!! Location: 2631 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, Florida 33610 Contact: Karen Daley (Behind the Nehemiah Laundry Mal) Building Lives. Building Community Phone: (813) 248-9738 Ext 106 Space Is Limited. Register Today! G)..At.[IJ 0 :a CJ) m z ::! z m r I m c: r r m ::! z "'tJ c: m r c;; :r: m c m < m ::c -< -t c: m CJ) c l> z c ., ::c c

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Q a: u. Q z c( >iCC Q 0 w ::J t-w > w Q w l: 0 :::i m ::J Q. z ..J ..J m ...J w z w 0 a: 9 u. REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL Holy Outreach For Christ 2818 East Osborne Tampa, FL (813) 238-2212 Dr. A. F. Nelson-Vickers, Pastor/Founder ** .. 2-Night March 22-23, 2007 7:30P.M. With ELDER JULIAN JONES of Riceboro, GA. Come Expecting Great Things From God. Pastor Menyan A. Adams And New Dimensions Of Faith Fellowship Church Present "Great Expectations Great Man Revfvalist REV. JESSE CRAWFORD Elim International Church Brooklyn, New York or. Jackie McCullough's Home Church Come And Join Us. We're Believing For An Outpouring Release. Dynamic Increase And A Super-Natural Move Of The Spirit!! Your Will Never Be The Same!!! . 1". SHOW .EM WHAT WE GOT!! fYOUTHJ YOUTH CONFERENCE Church Is For Old Folks I Jus! Go To Church To See MY Fnends Church M;Jkes Me SleePY Mama. I Don'T Wanna Wear Thai Lone Dress I Wish I Can SinE The Sones I Wanna Sme. Dad. Thai Tie Is Too TiEhl Some MarY MarY Would Be NICe Well. Join Me March 22nd-25th 1:30 P.M. Ni!!htiY t t @ TemPle Crest Association lf) 4242 Miller Rd. TemPle Terrace Between 40rb Srreet & Rluerflllls Contact: Youth Pastor Bwd f813J 2'l0-65'l LOCAL \) _rChurch Plans 100 . Distinguished Men Celebration DEE MERRI'IT-BELL REV. HARRY DAWKINS Greater Mt. Cannel A. M. E. Church announced plans for its annual celebration to honor the unsung her-oes of Tampa Bay, to be held on Sunday, March 25, 2007 at Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church, 4209 N. 34th Street, Tampa at 10:30 a.m. Accolades will be extended to more than 100 men who have made a difference in our commu nity Mr. Harold Hall, President of the Son's of Allen at GMC, and Chairman of this year's cel ebration said, "Our church family wanted to pay tribute to these 100+ men for their service, commitment, and contribution in the development of our community." Demetria Merritt-Bell, the founding Chairman, added that her vision has evolved since the initial event, which honored 100 Black Women in 1998. It has become a celebration of our com munity's unique diversity, which deserves our recognition. Ms. Bell said, "Our desire is to bring together men from every walk of life who are serving God in their service to humanity." The Rev. Harry L Dawkins, Senior Pastor, has extended a warm welcome to the family and friends of our celebrants. This time of recognition is also open to the public. BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Family would be honored to have the community join us as we continue honorin our on their ::c-l'ii' St. John Progressive 2504 E. Chipco Avenue Dr. \r\( .James Er First Lady Ann If interested, please call the Office @ (813)247 -2345 Favorite : Sunday, March 25 -3:00p.m. Featuring: The Exciting Gospel Warriors The Gospel Miraclettes Male Chorus of Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church Crusaders for Christ Praise Team of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church & Others For ddldonllnformdon, plese contct the Church Office 813 251-3382

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LOCAL School District's .Diversity Office Hosts Networking Event When it comes to comll).unicating and fostering networking opportunities for its Small -Business Encouragement Program vendors, Hillsborough County Public Schools' Office of Supplier Diversity (0SD) has hosted several suc cessful events to ensure -small business owners maximize their potential for success in 2007. An Informational Holiday Mixer was held on December 18, 2006; the Florida Minority Supplier Development Council (FMSDC) West Coast Chapter Meeting was hosted on 'February 21, 2007; and Mike.Garner, right, and Derek Holmes, left, were among those networking at the Black History program. recently, the Office of Supplier Specialties, Inc (Ron also the late Calvin Brown Diversit! and the Donaldson, President) and and his daughter, Darele Tampa/Hillsborough Branch of RW Tymewell (Ronnie Brown-Campbell of College the NAACP its 2nd Williams, President). Hill Pharmacy, in his pre-Annual Black _Month The theme for the 2nd. sentation on Compel-Program Celebration. Annual Black History itors/Strategic Partners ... School Board Member Month .. Celebration was "The Legacy Continues." Valdez; Deputy. "Dared to Dream ... to The program ended with Ken Otero'_ Highlights of the recognition of longtime advoand (repre-program included a "piece of cate and NAACP Economic sentmg history" from Black Pioneer Development Committee E!la); Chief and Legends who shared a Ch'air, Gretchen Hunter, for lnf?rmatiOn & few words about their.(or their her .commitment to "The Jack Chief parents) dream to become a Partnership" and the estab-Facihties Officer, Cathy business owner . lishment of the NAACP : . ... :. .. ;; .... . ........ :.. .. Bob Morrison, Jr., MBE Consult_pnt, Gretchen Hunter, NAACP, -Henry Ballard; Jr., MBE Managel'; and Jack Davis, Chief Information and Technology Officer. Mrs. Hunter was recognized as a longtime advocate and NAACP Economic Development Committee Chair, and for her commitment to "The Partnership" ana the establishment of the N.AACP Empowerment Center. In.the background left, and Lorian Williams, OSD'Community Com.inuriications Coruiultant. ; . ., . V ld d MBE M . a es, an . Program speakers included Emp.owerment Center. Officer of Suppher Diversity Rubin Padgett of Padgett Followillg the program, the "[was glad when they said unto me, us go into the house of the Lord' ::D 0 :J: 1\) 9 N c c ...., "" 0 :!! en m z :::! z m r;m c: r r m -1 z "0' c: m r (j) ::I: m c m < m ::D -< -1 c: m (/) c )> z c "" ::D c

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,.... 0 0 ('\I LOCAL L0 -_ --. Zetas Host Annual Sir Debonair/Sir Lord Kick-Off Brunch (.) a: <( >-"'. en w :J t--a: LL c z <( c en w :J t->a: w > w c w l: en ::::i m :J D.. z i= Parents and contestants at Sir Debonair/Sir Lord Kick-Off Brunch: left to right front row, Ms. Toni Clark, Juwan Walker, Mrs. Remeka Taylor and Wesley Lewis. Second row, Mrs. Chevelle Lynn, Handle Eugene, La:nce Diggs, Austin Queen and Rosa Fleming (guest). Sir Lord 2006, Rivers and his mother, Ms. Tracy ...1 Snell. Front row, left to right: Dr. Julia Barnes, Earnestine Marshall, Betty Kinsey (chairperson), Curtiss Wilson, and Reginald Kenneth Cameron, Jr. In the rear, Frances Johnson, Ella Cusseaux, Cynthia Brady, Tony Jones, Carol Stewart, Augusta Thomas :J -' m ...:. w z i= z w en C3 a: 0 ...1 LL The \YOmen of Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, are in the midst of."Debonair Season," planning for the 26th Annual "Sir Debonair/Sir Lord" presentation and reception, featuring ''Men of the 21st Century." Recently, a Kick-Off Brunch was held at the Zeta The scene was beautifully decorated in royal blue, white and black, with high hats, canes, balloons and robes, Parents and their handsome sons were warmly greeteq by the Zeta sorors. Everyon.e enjoyed a delicious meal, then settled down for the "Getting To Know You" and interview ing process of the young men who aspire to wear the title of "Sir Debonair and Sir Lord 2007." The presentation is designed with Zeta's national theme in mind, "Helping Other People Excel Through Mind, Body and Spirit," implemented by recognizing and showcasing young males who have the potential to become leading citizens. o Successful Black men are invited to serve as role rriodels to the contestants. It is also a f activity that provides for scholars and funding for community service projects sponsored by the sorority: Highlighting the afternoon was the introduction of Sir Debonair 2006, Sir Windell Nelson, Jr. and his mother, Mrs. Iris Nelson. His father is Mr. Windell Nelson, Sr. Windell is an active student at Hillsborough High School. His ambition is to earn college degrees in marketing and education He is a member of Reborn Christian Fellowship Church. (co-chair). Sir Lord 2006, Sir Trent the brunch were Rosa Rivers is the son of Ms. Fleming, Lillian Wilson Tracy Snell and Mr. and Bobby Antonio Rivers. He attends The event will beheld on Jennings Middle School and is Sunday, June 10, 2007, 5 p. a member of pleasant Chapel m., at the .West Tampa AME Church. He aspires to Convention Center, 3005 W. become a veterinarian. Columbus Dr. Both young men will. take The sorority continues .to men, grades 9-12 -to compete for the honor of Sir Debonair and boys aged 8-13 to compete for the title of Sir Lord 2007. For additional information, please call 872-8809, 870-0546 or 621-3919. Gretchen Hunter is Basileus. (Photos by Ricky Roberts) their last stroll and relinquish accept applications of young the royal titles at the presen-__ ...;;..;;_ ____ ;____;;;._ _____ -:---:----tation. Chairing this elegant charitable benefit is Zeta. Betty L. Kinsey. Assisting with details are-zetas Augusta Thomas and Ella Cusseaux. Among guests at 3602 7th Avenue- Tampa. FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 -Keys Made 69 and Up Now Cooking Thurs ... Sat. Latex Flat White Paint .... .' ..... $5.99gal. Oil Outside White Painf ........ $11.99 gal. For All Your Seafood Delights, Marvin Has Just What You Need. &: Smoked Mullet. Trout Snap Shnmp Sheap Head Live Blue Cra Roller Pan Set ............. ... .. .... $2.49 ea. 3 .. Brushes ............... .... .-.: ....... 99 ea. SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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LOCAL Former Legislator Is New Community Director At USF BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer For the past 10-1/2 years, Leslie "Les" Miller has served as the Manager For Minority Business Development and Governmental Relations .at Tampa General Hospital. Beginning March 30th, the former legislator will assume his new post as.Director of Community Relations at the University of South Florida Miller said he has been conversing with the last 3 presidents at the school about .the image of the university as it pertains to the community. "Current President Judy i .. G e n s h a f t al committees, and other understands groups that can impact the what I've.been schoolandcommunity. trying to say "My goal is to do the best I a .nd undercan to make.sure USF can be stands the need the best itcan. I can't do it by to unite the myself. This will take everyLESLIE school with the one, and we have to work "LES" community so together: As a former USF Mll..LER' everyone will student and legislator,I will know how the bring that experience, and school can better serve them." perhaps have an opportunity Miller said after meeting to teach a class occasionally with Pres. Genshaft,'he put in government." :-" somethin g for .her;-'. :Miller said he will also and was informed he'd been. .serve as Student Omsbuden hired. : .. :.: : ... :.-.' .. and will be' responsible for "I'll be workin g .handling. tough on civic assoCiatiori:s; social: belialf of the students; a role groups, all: the chambers, he said he really is sororities, frate:r.nities, severforward i Annual Percentage Yield* good for consumers and businesses 1,. Yoawork hard; : .. : N O W let it return . . the favor. lsn't'it time your money did serio us work of its .. 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Community Makes Suggestions On Future Of Gene's Bar Site 'ED JOHNSON During a monthly meeting of the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership last. Tuesday, the future of the Gene's Bar site on 22nd Street was the major topic. Citizens and community groups presented suggestions on what. they' feel should replace the troubled barf' ; The-City of Tampa's Manager' for East Tampa D evelopment, Ed Johnson, they are currently deal ing with asbestos :. REV. W.G. D IX O N MARVI N ,KNIGHT. issue. -' tunity to decide his own fate, "Right now; a Phase' n enVi-ronmental assessment: is whether he owns the property being done; Because ,of the a dry cleaning business next space. We 'need something door, we want to make. sure that will generate empow e rthere isn't a contamination ment. As -far asHARTline.is pi:oJ;>lem. We want coilcerned : think\ha' t sure :we know what' we have : . . b fi tart' k' 1 .. would be beneficial to the e ore we s rna mg pans 't 0 th b t h t t() d 'th th commum y,. n El as es os 0. w 1 e I think that should ''W. .1 1 d t kn. h have been. used to shut the e w1 nee o ow ow d 1 -. . bar own years ago." to address any problems, and R D. d 'th T . ev. IXon sat wt ax Increment Finance (TIF) dol ttons the engl.I)eers gr'{e us. 1 b d th Th' -. . .11 ars emg use :e commu ts assessm ,ent process wt 'ty t b fi. t fr h t .. m mus ene om w a -take at least two weeks." .. . J h 'd h fi It ll t '' h ever happens to the property. onsonsat eea e .. B M t d t th ustnessman arvin sugges tons -rna e a e K ht 'd h t h ld be 'd d n1g sat t e property mee mg. S OU cons1 ere : shouJd .stay coriunercial. "Internally, we've been h' k . th HARTl' t "I t mk the Idea .of haVIng wor mg WI me o 't b th 1 create a transfer center. 1 h nVIng comp ex "Wh t h th. t at cou serve. the commu. a ever appens, e 't ld b M b fi 1 d . .11 be d b m y wou e great. ay e na ec1ston WI rna e y th' 'th ta t th E t T p t h' some mg WI a res uran e as ar ners tp attached .. would be nice. group and the c1ty. We -have a A th' th. t ld t . .. .. ny mg a wou crea e stgned contract to close on or b h 1 th th th b fi M JO s or e p e you m e e ore ay ... 4th on pur-area would be a plus." chase of the property. Kn' ht .d 'f th b 'ld' C 0 A c 1g sa1 1 e u1 mg ; . .H. Foundation t d 't 1 d b f d R W .11. G t s orn own, 1 cou e an oun er ev. 1 1e. t ty fi t' b D d h fi 1 d' oppor um or exts mg ust. 1xon sat e ee s an a t I th t b 0 ld B nesses o re ocate to at usmess, a oma s ar-area. B-Que, should be allowed to "A lot of good ideas were ... stay on the property . : d d k "R dl f h t h passe aroun and I n ow : egar ess o w a ap.. th' d .11: : t th b \ 1 'th. k some mg goo wt come -out pens o e ar, tn f th d' w t C 1d f h Jd ta' db' 0 e lSCUSSIOns. e wan a on as s ou s y an e 1 d h h t h d $1 t 1 to 1ee go o t at w a ever ... c a,rge -per-year a h th 11 k Ii' h'"'en th fi th. appens ere. w1 rna e e s e ere or more an everyone happy." 50 years, and should have a 'Oth t' t h f h.. . er sugges tons were o C otce o ett er. staymg or b 'ld l'b t leaving . ; L : u1 a._. 1 rary crea e a "I also think Joe Robin-multi-purpose center for .. suggestion (jf .inovi'ng seJ1iors, an'd_ an the Empowerment. Center to center for ktds to get thetr that location was good, but it GF:D : .and job placement' should also inc.lude a one-stop . agency for job training and The East'Tampa Revitali zalife skills training." tion Partnership will ll'old -1 c: m (/) c :5:: )> ::D (') :::t N 9 N 0 0 """' r 0 ::D g U) m z -1 z m t;" aJ c: r r m -t z "tJ c: aJ r en :::t m c m < m ::D -< -1 c: m U) c l>. z c .. c As far as Caldonia's is con their next meeting Apr il lOth cerned, Rev. Dixon said if :at St. Matthe w M. B.. Church, Ci) the city cause him to move, .3708 East Lake Avenue, a t m h e s hould be given an oppor 6:30 p.m.

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LOCAL SPORTS .. -t c m CJ) c ACC Tournament Games In Tampa (") Tampa played host to the Atlantic Coast Conference CACC) playoff games last week. Several Tampa residents had the privilege of attending many of the sessions. Games were held at the St. Pete Times Forum. (Photos by Ricky Robert"s) CARLOS BLAKE REGGIE MADDOX HALL'S TAX SOLUTIONS 2700 N. Mac Dill Ave. #112 504 E. Baker St. #2 Tampa, .FL 33607 Plant City, .FI 33566 (813) 87f?-0125 (813) 752-1239 HOME FOR QUALITY INCOME TAX PREPARATION WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THIS COMING TAX SEASON . We Offer: r Express RALS (3 Minutes) RAL (Refund Anticipation loans) RAC (Ref.und.Anticipation Checks) Electronic Filing .. Direct Deposit L_F R E E P i c k_ u....!,p & D e _li_ v e __ r_.:!y_-.--___ We Specialize In: Personai'And Small Business Returns Discount For Return Clients Tax Returns Start As Low As $30.00 Tax Advisors: Arsund Randolph, Elouise Burnett, Elizabeth Randolph Padgett Antionette Randolph & Arth-ur Hall Fax In Info Faster Service (813) 876-0748 Tocha Hartsfield and Warrick Dunn were-among those who attended the ACC Tournament at the St. Pete Times Forum. ARTHUR COLE GEORGE GREENLEE ,._,, ,HThe of Our Community Speaking for 813 248-1921 A-URAN 9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M.-5:30P.M. 9 A.M.-1 P.M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rates Friendly You're A-OK With Us DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town STEPHANIE-AUTO INSURANCE KEISIIA-C0:\11\lERCIAL .\UTO T A X : s E R V/ C E S 8713 Nol"th 40th Street :I: 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 ""-I "T1 r-0 :a CJ) .m z -t z m r-1 llJ c r rm ::j z "tJ c llJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m :0 -< -t c m CJ) c )> z c "T1. :0 6

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SPO .RTS SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY Buccaneers Active _Free Agency football seaso n Florida On Track For NCAA Title The Florida Gators are the defending NCAA basketball champions and they are on track to win the title again. runs short of becoming baseball's All-Time Career Homerun hitter. Bonds came to camp in better health than he has been in for the past two seasons Bonds seems to be more relaxed, mo r e at ease and he is already hitting in mid-season for m Bonds is with both consistency and with power. I have no doubt that barring injury, Bonds will break Hank Aaron's homerun record or set a record for intentional walks that will never be broken. The Joe Torre Watch Joe Torre is one of the At the rate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going, they may not need the draft. At best, the draft will only be icing on the cake. The Bucs have brought in. offensive linemen, defensive linemen, an_ all pro linebacker, a wide receiver, a quarterback and a defensive back. In view of the Bucs activi ties in the free agency draft, the big question is what will the Bucs do with their #4 pick overall. There is a good possibility that they may trade it for a middle to late 1st round pick plus a round early pick. The team is hitting on all best managers in baseball, cylinders and winning by a but he rriay be unemployed margin of 26 points. The-after this season. T9rre Gators have only to get by works for an owner who evalButler to be in the Elite uates the team's success by Eight: whether or not they win the The Gators are so strong World Series. because they have all five The owner is George starters back from last ear Steinbrenner and the team arid have a strm1g bench. . is the New York Yankees. For sure, the Bucs have put themselves in a position t o wheel and deal on-draft day. If the Bucs can get quarterback positiOI). worked out, they will next Barry Bonds Ready For Home Run Chase San Francisco Giant outfielder, Barry Bonds is re.ady for the home run chase. Barry is 26 home Florida Beats Purdue &7To 74 NEW ORLEANS --Al Horford flexed his biceps and offered an imposing stare as he posed fol:" television cameras. Florida's most physical player had rea.Son to show off a little bit. nament experience. They Horford had 17 points never panicked and made and, nine rebounds and several clutch shots down helped the defending nation. the stretch to advance to the al champions withstand a round of 16. game effort by plucky Horford had three big Purdue in a 74 victory buckets in the final minutes, Sunday in the second round and Brewer hit a spinning oftheNCAA tournament. -jumper. and then made six "I guess they felt like they. consecutive throws to were going to .make AI score seal Florida's 14th. consecuone on one," teammate tive postseason win. Corey Brewer said. "They "We knew we had to make made a bad decision:". plays down the stretch to Ninth-seeded Purdue win," said Brewer, who finplayed just "about how it ished with 17 poiq.ts and wanted against the 'Gators -eight boar!ls. "We couldn't slowing down the tempo, get frustrated because they rebounding 'wen' with a were going to be physical; smaller lineup and keeping they were physical the whole the game of the game. We just took it upon way. ourselves and just made But the top-seeded Gators plays." took advantage of their tourEspecially Horford. Florida Sentinel Advertisers .. "If I'm in a rhythm and I'm feeling comfortable, I want to get the ball and I want to. make plays for the team," he said. The Gators (31-5), trying to become the first team to repeat as champions since Duke in 1992, advanced to' play fifth-seeded B1,1tler in the Midwest Regional semifi. nals Friday in St. Louis. Nothing matters to George, but winning the World Series. The Boss, as he is called, will spend the money. In return he expects a world series championship. Gets Four Months In .. Tank Johnson outside an Illinois court on Dec. 22, 2006. SKOKIE, lll.-Chicago ;. Bears defensive lineman Tank Johnson_ w&s senThursday to four months in jail for violating probation in a 2005 gun case. Johnson immediately was taken into custody. He could have been sentenced to up to a year behind bars. Johnson, who pleaded guilty to violating his proba tion, also must pay a $2,500 fine. Johnson was arrested on. misdemeanor weapons charges Dec. 14 after police raided his home in the Lake County. town of Gurnee, about 40 miles northwest of Chicago,. and found six unregistered firearms. BEAUTY UNLIMITEDsHAUNA We are hoping to heat up someone's spring by introducing the gorgeous Shauna as this week's Unlimited Feature. This young lady is. a fan favorite; and it is easy to see why . Shauna loves traveling, meeting new people, exercising and spo.rts. The man in Shauna's me must be good-looking, intelligent, ambitious and confident. Congratulations-to Shauna. on this Beauty Unlimited Feature, and we look forward to seeing you. again in t he future.

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.June Leaves Indianapolis For Bucs TAMPA --Cato June apparently has moved on to warmer pastures. Les s than two mo.nths after helping the Indianapolis Colts win their first Super Bowl in nearly four decades, June on Saturday signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed June, 27, recorded a career-high 142 tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles and three interceptions last season, his fourth with the Colts. The 6-foot linebacker had seven tackles in India:napolis' 29.-17 victory over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI. A Pro Bowler in 2005, June became the third member of the reigning champions to leave via free agency. Cornerback Nick Harper signed with -Tennessee on Wednesday and running back Dominic CATOJUNE Rhodes signed with Oakland last Friday. In Tampa Bay, June figures to inject youth into a veteran defense which features Pro Bowl linebackers Derrick Brooks, 33, and Shelton Quarles, 35. A sixth-round selection -in the 2003 draft, June has 399 tackles and 10 intercep tions in 56 career games. Subscribe Today! .. find You A corner And Make Quick ln A couple 01 Hoursl Cost-. Prollt $5.00. $2.50 _$10.00. $5.00 $15.00 $1.50 $20.00 $10.00 $25.00 $12.50 SPORTS Judge Scolds Strahan For Failure To Pay His Ex-Wife MICHAEL STRAHAN NEWARK, N.J. --A judge scolded Michael. Strahan, defensive end for the Giants, because he has yet to pay his ex-wife $6.5 million, according to a newspaper report. In January, Judge James Convery awarded Jean Strahan $15. 3 mil lion and set child support at $18,000 a month. Strahan has paid more than half of the money but he is arguing that the remaining $6.5 million is too much. "We believe that $6.5 mil lion is well in excess of what should have been awarded," Robert Penza, Michael. Strahan's attorney, said in comments published by The StarLedger of Newark. The football player did not attend. the Friday court hearing. Eagles Re.Sign Buckhalter. CORRELL BUCKHALTER PHILADELPHIA -Correll Buckhalter's past knee problems limited his options outside Philadelphia. Coming off his first healthy season since 2003, the free agent running back signed a two -year contract to remain $50.00 $25.00 with the Eagles on Friday, a -----..... 1 d a y afte r v e t eran Ron $100.00 $50.00 $200.00 $100.00 220721st ave. Tampa, Fl33605 [8131 248 .. 1921 Dayne visite d Philade lphia. "The process was kind of different with my knee history," Buckhalter said of b ei n g a free agent. A lot of t eams w e r e questioning my knee .. eve n tl).ou g h I had a s u ccess ful s eason Tampan Balkman Helps Knicks Against Raptors NEW YORK --Eddy Curry sat down, and the New York Knicks' energy level promptly went up. Rookie Renaldo Balkman replaced the foul-troubled Curry and sparked dominant third quarter with his rebounding an d defense, helping the Knicks beat the Toronto Raptors 92-74 Sunday. Balkman made all seven shots he took and finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds, with his play on both ends fueling a 27-5 run that turned a two-point deficit into a 20-point lead. "I love what I've seen from Renaldo the-whole year," Knicks coach Isiah Thomas said. "Defensively he can change the game, his rebounding. Whenever we give him 30-plus minutes, he normally has double-figure rebounds and double-figure points. He's just a guy that somehow finds a way to change a game. Stephon -Marbury scored 14 of his 21 points in the third quarter. Channing Frye added 20 points and RENALDO BALKMAN Nate Robinson had 12 for the Knicks, who are playing without Jamal Crawford, David Lee and Quentin Richardson, three of their top six players. They snapped a two-game losing streak that had dropped -them into a tie for ninth place in the Eastern Conference. Curry went to the bench early in the third quarter with his fourth foul and finished with only five points and one rebound. But Balkman was a superb replacement before leaving to a standing ovation late in the game. Amaker Fired ANN ARBOR, Mich. Michigan basketball co ach Tommy Amaker was fired Saturday following six seasons leading the program without an NCAA tournament appearance. "I'm not going to make excuses/' Amaker said in an interview before h e was scheduled to appear at a news conference. Amaker's firing was first reported Saturday by the Detroit Free Press, then con firme d by SI.com's Seth Davis. Befor e this s e ason started, a lot o f ways ." Amaker said it was fair to The Wolv erine s finished expect the Wolve;ines to 22 -13, with an 87-66 loss reach the NCAA tourna. Florida State on Thursday ment. The y ended up playing night. in the NIT for the third time "The r e w ere moments of in four y ears and w e r e e l imid e li ght and s ucces s (this s e a nated froni that tou r n a m ent s on), Martin said. "But we two days ago. didn't m a k e t h e NCAA -f c m (/) 0 }< s: )> JJ (') :I: 1\) 9 1\) 0 0 ....... ., r o JJ (/) m z -f z m r I OJ c: r r m -f z ., C: aJ r-u; J: m c m < m -f c: m (/) c < )> z c "Letting Tommy go was nament and that was the the toughest decision I've goal. To that extent, it was a had to make in s e ven y ears disappointm e nt." . as athletic director," Amaker's career r e c ord at Michigan athletic director Michi gan was 109 83 ov e r a ll Bill Martin said. H e too k"--with three 20 win seasons ov e r a progra m that need e d and 4 3 53 in the Bi g T e n. help, and h e helped it in a lot He was unde r contract of ways But at Michig a n, w e through the 2 010 11 s eason, have a tradition of winning but the s chool could fir e him Big Ten and n a tion a l c h a m -without c a use by gi vin g him pio n ships and w e h a v en't $900,000, according t o his been clo se to doin g in contr act.

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---------Your Futurescope ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr1l20) How efficient you are today! Yol!r busy mind focused on productivity and achievement. Bot come easily to you, so take your advantage press forward. Affirmation: Hope is future's way of shining on me today TAURUS (Apr. 21-may 21) regarding fai ness may pop up today. Use your patience and li ten to both sides. You'll be doing yourself a favor you listen with love. Don't forget to take you daily small step toward your dream. Affirmation: Money opens doors for friendship to enter. -. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) Be open to a n friendship that could. bring public recognition," a new assignme -nt; or a raise in income. 'To nigh you'll also be p leased with romantic vibes tha come from far away. Call. Someone special is waiting to hear from you . Affirmation: I fill rriy mind with visions of love today. CANCER (June 22-July 22) All planetary i tors lead toone conclusion, Party! Get togethe with scime friends for a gab-fest and snack focid feast. It doesn't have to be fancy to be loads of fun for all involved Affirmation: The search for: fun oq:upies my evening this evening. LEO (July 23:Aug 22) Today is your day to ... shine! Let noth.t n g get"in the way of your light. You inside of you that can light the path at work: Now i s the ..ttrrie to let your in_!le .--' glow radiate out to coworkers. are i.n need your i nner strength._Make love tonight Hope is future's way of shi n i ng on.ffle today. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) Listen carefully and follow good adyice that will come from someone you 've often regarded as foolish You run into diffi culties with one of you r projects; don't worry, it's only fjow you manage your mind will affect ttie-eventual outcome. Affirmation: f. give thanks for who. I am today. LIBRA (Sept. 24 -oct.l.3) Get out and enjoy the sunshine today Remember that the sun is C) shining somewhere on our big island tiome so u your imagination if the weather isn't. perfect where you are. You can still enjoy .your day and the sun that is shining-whether you see itor not! -. Affirmation : All things work to gether for good. SCORPIO (Oct. l4 -.Nov. 22) Roaqblocks are everywhere today. Don't panic. They have been placed in your path as a test to see how badly you want what you say you want. (jiving up is a temptation today,. but meditation will let you see that roadblocks are stepping-stones. Affirmation: I get joy fro_m giving good things. _. (Nov. 2.3 -Decs.. 21) Playing you cards close to your vest has. served you well in the past, but you've always had the urge _to take sonie chances. Today would be a good day to aim fo being y 'our biggest, highest self! Reach .. your grasp Let hope and love guide you. Affirmation : /let worry fly away. .....,.,.,...,...,.......,.,-.,.....,..., CAPRICORN (Dec 1,2..-Jan. 20) Take some of(for family matters: Work has occupied much of your Family matters are n most in need of your attention. Your attention mOSt in need Of a fOCUS On the emOtiOnal :>f't':>,.Mo-1 ments that family relationships involve. ., . " Affirmation: I celebrate freedom of mind today -. Ac;;ti;JARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) Strong vib a series of drar:natic interactions with today. Practice your charm. Let it come from heart, and let your energy carry you upwards '-"-"""""''""-...;...;.,;;.o;;.;.o . your best, highest self , Keep emotions calm Affirmation: Light from my squl.shines i n many directions Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers telling your .stories and_ celebrating ourcommunity. E-mail the editor, Gwen Hayes at ghayes@flsentinel.com COLUMN c m (/) ASK DEANNA! You guys are on the right c t_rack as you've realized early }:( on that there is strength in numbers. You need to care-(Real People, Real'Advice) True Reality & Cutting Edge Wisdom fully document all the agreed ::c upon activity within the 0 group and her :I: Ask Deanna! 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c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ::J 1-: w > w c w ::I: CJ) ::::i a. z tu ...J ...J ::J a:l I ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: o ...J LL co ,.... w (!) = FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS = MR. ADAM JEROME DAWKINS Mr. Adam Jerome Dawkins of 3201 N. 24th Street, passed away Wednesday, March 14, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, March 21, 2007, at 10 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Dr. T. W.' Jenkins, Pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Mr. Dawkins was a native of Tampa, and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County where he graduated from Hillsborough High School. He furthered his education at the University of South Florida where he received his Bachelor degrees in Journalism and Sociology. Mr. Dawkins was baptized and reared at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Reverend John Willis. . He to cherish his memory: a loving mother, Gladys D. Washington; a devoted sister, Deborah L. Washington; a devoted brother, Reginald H. L. Washington, Sr. and wife, Cynthia; nephew, Reginald H. L. Washington, Jr.; .great niece, Regine S. washington; uncle, Miller J. Dawkins, Jr. and wife, Nancy 'and family; aunts, Tinye Dawkins and family, Rosalee Jones and family, and Minnie Greene Brown and family; cousins, Charles Dawkins, Mamie Lee Floyd and family, Grace T. Bowden and John and family, Buetha Trimple and family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 4-8 p.m. ONLY on Tuesday, March 20, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at the Chapel.' Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Harmon MR. RICHARD A. POWELL, SR. Funeral services for Mr. Richard A. Powell, Sr., 1903 W. Gray Street who passed away in a nursing home in Quincy, will be held Friday, March 23, 2007,. at 10 a. m. at Olive A.M.E. Church, 1747 W LaSalle Street, with the pastor Rev. James C. Givins, officiating. Interment will follow at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. He leaves to mourn his passing: wife, Mary L. Powell; children, Richard A. Powell, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia, Tyrone Powell,-Charleston, SC, Moira C. Powell, Lujuana Dale Powell, and Linda Darlene Powell, all of Tampa, and Olivia Rivers and husband, Raymond of Jacksonville; grandchildren, Toya Shellman, Chevon Tyson, Tirria Powell, Kisha Powell, Duval Powell, Johnny Tyson, Zachary Powell, Melvin Gunn, Jr., Faye Reed, Tasha Robinson, Darrell Hall and Franklin Hayes; a host of great grandchildren; sisters, Alice Mae Jackson, Quincy, Irene Nichols, Pensacola, Arodine McLain and' husband, Clarence, Pensacola; brother, George W. Powell, Jr., Miami; brother-inlaw, Abdul Latif Bilal; sisterin-law, Rosetta Hadley; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Palmetto, Mr. Powell grew up in Quincy, and went to school there. Mr Powell was a graduate of Tuskegee College and he was commissioned into the U. S. Army where he served for 6 years before he was honorably discharged as a Captain in the U. S. Army Reserve. He began his teaching career. at Progress Village Elementary School, he. later went to Howard W. Blake High School where he was the DCT Coordinator. After receiving his Master's Degree from University of South Florida. Mr. Powell was appointed as Supervisor t'br Marketing and Distributive Education for Hillsborough County Ppblic Schools. Mr. Powell retired Hillsborough County Public Schools after 30 years of service. Mr. Powell was a faithful member of Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church were he served on Tru.stee Board until his health failed. He was a life membe.r of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, life member of the NAACP, a member; organizer and officer of the North Hyde Funeral Home Park Civic Association. John W. Harmon, L.F.D. The remains will repose from FREE QUOTES. 5-7 p. m. on Thursday, March Owner/Manager 5002 N. 40th St. 22,, 20.07, at the funeral home. 626-8600 In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Mt. Olive 1 A.M.E. Building Pundin mem-ory of Richard A. Powell, Sr. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AT THE SERVICE. Includes Casket, Limo, Lead Car & Hearse Morning .Glory Funeral Chapel 236-1309 Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Friday at approximately 9:45 a. m. "A WILSON SERVICE" HAPPY BIRTHDAY COOKIE VALEREBOYD God gave us something special in you -a love that will neverend. From, your Family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. ODESSA FAIRFAX DAVIS 3/19/1921 5/19/2000 Happy birthday Mom. We, your family, all love and miss you. You were a shining star to us. Love, Davis family. HAPPY BIRTHDAY. LEONA HICKMAN 3-19-41 I Lee Lee, it is another year without you. It's been hard, but we know you are with the Lord. Our, love will never fade for you. God gave us you for a mother, and we thank Him so much for you, and the life you lived. Love always. The Hickman family and friends. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Av,nue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: ( 8 13)251-4912 Email: raywms ttij.ne t Middleton Class Of 1966 The Middleton class of 1966 will be meeting Thursday, March 22; 2006, at the NFL Y.E.T. Center, 34th Street and Lake Avenue at 6 p. m. Middleton Class Of 1965 The Middleton Senior High School graduating class of 1965 will be holding a meeting on April 2, 2006, at Middleton Sr. High School at 7 p. m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss plans for the 2007 Class Reunion. Please make a special effort to attend. Your input is very important. Melvin D. Nelson, Class President. Fund raising .Cook-Out Planned The Community Advisory Board for College, School of Human Services (SHS), Tampa Bay campus, is host ing a fundraising cook-out on Saturday, March 31st from 9 a. m. 2 p. m. Proceeds from the event support the.Student Assistance Fund; including two partial scholarships for needy and deserving adult learners. Springfield College, SHS Tampa Bay campus is located at 225 W. Busch Boulevard, Tampa 33612. Undergraduate concentrations are offered in Addiction Studies, Community Youth Development, Early Childhood Education, and Criminal Justice. Master degree concentra tions are offered in Mental Health Counseling, Organizational Management and-Leadership, and Youth Development throughSports ... something unique in the academic environment! AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Sherdine Montford, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Adam Jerome Dawkins, 3201 N. 24th Street., Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Gay, Columbus, OH. Mr. Howard Hepbuin, 1748. W. Beach Street. Ms. Joe Ann Reed, Tampa/ Mr. Samuel Williams, 4002 W. River Place Drive. R. .J. DERR Jesse Comer,. 2309 .E. Linebaugh Avenue. Moses Dunlap, Clearwater. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Richard A. Powell, Sr., BROTHER'S .... ''-""" GRApHIc s -,; ; : : "; __ ,, .. ,; : 1248 E. Hillsborough Suite#206

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r I ss -i c: rn en c !: )> n :I: LEGAL NOTICES N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 508415 Case ID: 06-DP-0522 Division V IN THE INTEREST OF: PARRISH, Malachi 05/10/2006 NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDING .. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE 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: Unknown Father Residence/Whereabouts Unknown YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Term i nation of ., Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in an for Hillsborough County; Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the abovenamed child is dependent child al)d by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment to .the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adopt !on.. YOU ARE' HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 8th day of May ; 2007, at 9:30, before the Honorable Katherine G. E$srig, at the Edgecomb Courthouse aoo East Twiggs Street,5th Floor Tampa Florida 33602 to show if any why parental rights shall riot be terminated and said child shall not be permanently committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding DATED this 1st day of March. 2007. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ LINDALEPELLETIER DEPUTY CLERK SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS of Public Hearing ON MAY 17.2007 AT 10:00 A.M. IN CITY COUNCI L CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR, CITY HALL, 315 E KENNEDY TAMPA FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PETITION(S) TO PERMIT THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES : File No. WZ07-59 Petition of Rocky Point Village Corporation for the sale of alcoholic 4-COP-X, at 2500 Rocky Point Drive Legal Description: A portion of the Northeast quarter of ttie Section 14, Township 29 South, Range 17 East, Hillsborough County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows : COMMENCE, at the Northeast corner of. said Section 14; thence N88'42'W., 190.35 feet along the Northerly boundary line of said Section 14; thence S26'48'W., 116.16 feet to the Southerly r i ght-of-way line of COURTNEY CAMPBELL CAUSEWAY, S.R. 60; thence continue S26'48'W., 1618 .37 feet ; thence S63'12"E., 430 .33 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence N31'54 "E., 67.96 feet; the.nce S70'43 ''E., 66 .56 feet; thence S36'09"E., 50.11 feet; thence S11'17"E., 51.07 feet; thence S26'52"E., 46.90 feet; thence S54'12'W., 30.90 feet; thence S12'10"W 23.73.feet; thence S0l035'31'W 3)0 feet; thence S05'18"E., 1.32 feet; thence S20043' 36"E 45. 00 feet ; thence S6S016'24' W., 24.59 feet ; thence S07'31'W., 28.68 feet;thence S61'42'W., 69.22 feet; thence N87'26'W 76 .21 feet; thence 0 .16 feet; thence N87'26'W., 9 .67 feet; thence S78'36'W., 28.90 feet; thence S20'36"E., 1 .41 feet; thence S69'24"W., 27.90 feet ; thence N87'25 W 38.07 feet ; thence N20"43'03'W., 15.65 thence N83002'28'W., 0.09 feet; thence Ni?011 '05'W., 13.94 feet; thence N23'19 "E., 88.10 feet; thence S68'19"E 1 1 .87 feet; thence N21'50"E 13.07 feet; thence N81 '33"E., 40 .82 feet; tnence N13'52'W 19.18 feet; thence N62'21 "E., 8 5 4 feet; thence N80'51"E., 42.74 feet; thence N57'25"E. 27.68. feet; thence N38'49"E., 21.42 feet ; thence N12'17 "E., 27.91 feet; thence N15'05'W., 17.49 feet; thence N 03'1. 8"E 24.47 feet; thence N63'59 W 41.55 feet; thence N31'54"E 3.89 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 47 744 square feet More or Less ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED ARECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PRUPOSE, 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 APPPEAL IS TO BE BASED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECT !ON 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILiTIES NEEDING SPI;CIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING . INTERESTED PARTIES. MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD' AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK Mortgage BrokersAnd Loan Officers Wanted FT/PT Great Commission!!! No Experience Will Train : Fax Resume (813) 436-5108 Or Call (813) 933-5097 AVON . To Buy Or Earn, Very Small ln vestment. Now With More Options To. Earn More Money (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@verizon.net Seeking Serious Minded Individuals Who Are Interested In Making $5,000 Plus Per Month. Must Be Trainable Call (813) CNA's/Med-Tech 2+ Years Experience, Must Have Current Certifications In First Ald/CPR Assistance With Medications Evening Shifts Available Background Check Required Leave Message 813-454-5722 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for furnishing of all labor and mater i als and performing all work necessary and incidental to the construction of Athletic Tracks Asphalt Pavement at: Armwood High School, 12000 E. US Highway 92, Seffner, FL 33584; East Bay High School, 7710 Big Bend Road, Gibsonton, 33534; Coleman Middle School, 1724 South Manhattan Avenue Tampa, FL 33629; and Van Buren Middle School, 8715 North 22nd Street, Tampa, F.L 33604; and Parking Areas Asphalt Pavement at Kenly Elementary School, 2909 66th Street, Tampa FL 33619; Lake Magdalene Elementary School, 2002 Pine Lake Drive, Tampa, FL 33612; Adams Middle School, 10201 N. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33612; Greco Middle School, 6925 E. Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace, FL 33617; Webb Middle School, 6035 Hanley Road, Tampa, FL 33634;and the Bus Transfer Depot at the Instructional Service Center, 2909 N. 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33605 received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM, Tuesday, April 17, 2007 (The mailing address is P 0 Box 3408, Tampa, Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 3 :00 PM of the above date Bids will be opened _and read aloud In the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Cen.ter. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to a n Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents ... I . .. There will be a mandato;y Pre-Bid Meeting on Mondav, APril 9, 2007 at 8:30 A.M. at the Maintenance Operations Center Conference Room, 4805 E Dr Martin Luther King Jr.; Blvd, Tampa FL 33605, phone (813) 636-1133; followed by a site meeting at East Bay High School, front office at approximately 10:30 A.M.; followed by a site meeting at Armwood High School, front office at approximately 11:30 A.M ; followed by a site meeting at Kenly Elementary School, front office at approximately 12:15 P .M.'; followed by a site meeting at Instructional Service Center, front office at approximately 1 :15 P .M.; followed by a site meeting at Greco Middle School, front office at approximately 2:00 P.M.; followed by a site meeting at Van Buren Middle School, front office at approximately 2 :45 P M.; followed by a site meeting at Adams Middle School, front office at approximately 3:15P. M ; followed by a site meeting at Lake Magdalene Elementary School, front office at approximately 4:00 P.M.; followed by a s ite. meeting Webb Middle School fro rot office at approx i mately 5 :00 P .M.; followed by a site meeting at Coleman Middle School front office at approximately 6 :00 P .M. . . . IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO TI-lE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED ,WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. '" NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building, therefore, visitors will be required to obtarn a Visitors Pass prior to entering ttl. e building. A photo will Plans and specifications may be obtained from the at a of (Ten dollars) $10 a set per site Complete information regarding bidding documents and other information may be obtained from the Kls .lnger Campo & Associates (KCA) Engineering Inspection Planning Scott E. Stevens P. E. P.O. Box 25261 Tampa, FL 33622-5261 Phone (813) 871-5331 Fax (813) 871-5135 E-mail address sstevens@klslngercampo.com \ No bidder may withdraw his bid for a,period of thirty_ days after date set for bid opening THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL,S Highly Motivated Professionals Wanted Make At Least $351 +/Month Part-Time Call (813) 569-0589 Live-In Care Giver For Small Group Home 2 Days Off-Plus Pay No Convicted Felons Apply Robin@ (813) 837-4843 Childcare Now Hiring FIT & PIT Teachers For Infants, Toddlers And Pre-K Morning And Afternoon Shifts Available Call (813) 910-4163 Building Maintenance Person Needed Full-Time Posit ion And Some Weekends Building Ma i ntenance Experience Required Progress Village Academy 8616 P .rogress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Call (813) 677-5988 Wanted . Experienced Janitorial Supervisors Cleaning Technicians And Floor Technicians Must Have A Clean Criminal Backgrourld : Call813-775-8540 Between The Hours Of 6:00 p.m.-. 9:00p.m. Leave Your Name And Phone Number wo N 0 0 ...... "" r-0 c )> en rn z :::! z rn r-1 m .c: r rrn :::! z ., c: m r-c;; :I: rn c rn < m -t c: rn en c )> z c "" c

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0 u. 0 z < 0 .t/) w :::l .... i:t: w > w 0 w X t/) ::i m :::l .... w _. _. :::l m _. w z t= Z W t/) 0 _. u. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION H Case No. 07-000192 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually (Plaintiffs) vs. HATTIE DAVIS, Individually, JOHN WATSON, Individually, THERESA I. WATSON, Individually, a/kla THERESAWATSON ATKINS, CARRIE MAE WORTHY, Individually, and HArnE BELL McLEOD, Individually (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Hattie Bell Mcleod, Individually, Last Known Address of 350711th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 And Defendant's Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Judgment Creditors, And All Other Parties Claiming By, Through, UndeF Or Against Said Named Defendant YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -that an action to quiet and confirm title in the following described real property located in Hillsborough County, Florida: North Yz of the South 2/5 of the East Y, of the SW Y. of the NE Y. of the SE Y. of Section 8 Townsh ip 28 South, Range 20 East, Hillsborough County, Florida, less the West 30 feet fnr rinht nf th e "Property" has been filed by the Plaintiffs Parsram Khublal and Naimoon Khublal against you. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses,if any, to the Verified Complaint to Quiet Tax Title on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA R GERACI, Esquire, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont, Florida 34711, on or before April 23, 2001 and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on. Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter. Otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. In accordance with the Americans Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing sh.ould contact the A D A Coordinator not .later than seven '(7) days prior to the proceeding at 813-272-7040 or via Florida Relay Service at 1-800 955-8770 : Dated this 1i1b day of March, 2007 PAT COLLIER FRANK Cler.k of the Circuit Court By: /s/ H ENRY SUBER, JR. DEPUTY CLERK INVITATION TO BID SEALED BIDS FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE FIRE ALARM AND/OR INTERCOM SYSTEMS AT: BING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HUNTERS GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LINCOLN MAGNET SCHOOL ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Intercom System Only) STEWART MIDDLE SCHOOL DURANT HIGH SCHOOL (Fire Alarm System Only) will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 3 : 00 PM, Thursday, Aoril19, 2007. (The mailing address is P 0. sox 3408, Tampa Florida 33601). B ids will not be accepted after 3:00P.M. of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. There will be a mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting at 10 : 00 A.M. sharp. on Thursday, April 5, 2007 at Hillsborough County Public Schools A/C & Energy Management Deoartment located at 4905 E 32nd Aye., Tamoa FL 33605 IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID THERE ARE .NQ EXCEPTIONS. Each Bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of not. less than five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee the Bidder if awarded the Contract, will within ten (10) calendar days after written notice being given o f such award enter into a written Contract with the Hillsborough County Public Schools Florida, in accordance with the accepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfactory to the Hillsborough County Public Schools equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Amount. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after date set for bid opening The Hillsborough County Public Schoo l s reserves the right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received . NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: The School Administrative Center Is a "security" building, therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. A photo identification will need to be presented at this time Plans and specifications may be obtained from the engineer. C omplete info rmation regarding bidding documents and other informat ion may b e obtained from the Engineer: KBA Engineering, Inc. 201 Flagship Drive Suite 106 Lutz, FL 33549 (813) 909-1845 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS LALS Inc. Now Hiring Full Time And Part-Time CNA 's, HHA's, Caregivers And Sitters. Phone (813) 377-5574 Or Fax Resume (813) 672 1659 Email alockhartprovider@yahoo.com 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 Ap. plication Childcare Teachers Needed 40 Hours CPR/First Aide Full Time Positions Available Will Train Call (813) 237-8771 Full-Time Openings For The Following Positions In Groufl Home Environment: Secretary: Ex c customer s v c skills., Min. typing speed of 60 wpm 'arid knowledge of various software packages preferred Cook: At ;Jeast 1 year s experience in food preparation Residential Care Techs: Prior related exp. and a sincere in children We offer exc. health benefits and 401 (k) plan Apply at: FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS 0 CALL LaVORA @ 813-248-192 1 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 Background Screenings D ; ug Free Workplace Eq!Air N w Email Your Ads To: ledwards@flsentinel.com . Qr .Fax. 24 /7 To: . .. .!. SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID Sea l ed Bids for Progress Village Middle Magnet School Renovation Project will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing ; Third Floor, Schoo l Admi nistrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida unt il 3:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 11, 2007. (The mailing address is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 P.M. of the above date. Bids will be opened and.read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Friday, April 6, 2007 at 10:00 A.M at the school located at 8113' Zinnia Drive Tampa, Florida 33619. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders: The School Administrat ive Center is a "security" building; therefore, visjtors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need : to be presented at the time Each Bid must be accompanied by the following : 1 . A certified check or bid bond in the amount of not less than five percen t (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder if awarded the Contract, will within ten (1 0) calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in acc:Ordance with ttie accepted B i d and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent (100%) ofthe.Contract amount. 2. Contractor Qualification Statement 3 Public Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirty days (30) days after the date set for the opening of the Bids Cont ractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement.Affirmative Action Piar as identified with the b idding documents Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the offi ce of the Architect: Reliable Group Architects 309 South Wiilow Ave. Tampa Florida 33606 Attn: Shannon Smith The School Board of Hillsborough County reserVes the right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or best Bidder to waive any informality or irregularity in any Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FL ORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS LEGAL CLERK (OFFICE AUTOMATION) U .S Department of Just ice Tampa Florida The Office of the U S Trustee has a position for a permanent full-tim. e Legal Clerk (OA), Grade 6 or 7 ($32,172.o'O-$46,478.00) in the Expecte d Service who will provide clerical support in the of daily routine office duties as it relates to the administration of bankruptcy .cases One year of specialized e xpe rience, '!'hicb includes at least six months of bankruptcy exp_erience, is required. APPLICATIONS IN GOVERNMENT :. POSTAGE PAID ENVE LOPES ; FAXED ORE-MAILED WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED; Applicants will not be solicited for further information if your application is incomplete Applications must be postmarked no later than midnight on MC!rch 21, 2 007 Applic ants may obtain a copy of V acanc y Announcement TAM 07-21 18 95, qualif ication requirements and applicatio n procedures by goi .ng to OPM's web site, www usajobs opm.gov, click on Search Jobs and enter the vaca ncy announcement, TAM 07-2118 95, in the keyword search PLEASE READ THE FULL VACANCY ANNOUNC E MENT An EO/Reasonab l e Accommod ation E mployer

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION F Case No. 06-06099 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually (Plaintiffs) vs. DALTON UTSEY, Individually, and JAMES N. THOMAS, Trustee, Individually (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Dalton Utsey Individually Last Known Address of 6428 Brandy Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607 and Defendanfs Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Judgment Creditors, And All Other Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Said Named Defendants YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to quiet and confirm title in the following described real property located in Hillsborough County, Florida: South 113 of NW Y. of NE Y. of SE Y., less right of way for Dale Mabry Highway, less West 300 feet recorded in the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, all lying and being in Section 21, Township 28 South, Range 18 East. the "Property has been filed by the Plaintiffs, Parsram Khublal and Naimoon Khublal, against you. a copy of your written defenses, if any, to the Complaint to Quiet Tax Title on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA R. GERACI, Esquire, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont, Florida, 34711, on or before April 16, 2007 and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter Otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing should contact the A.D.A Coordinator not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at 813-272-7040 or via Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770. Dated this 1.!th day of March. 2007. PAT COLLIER FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Is/ HENRY SUBER, JR. DEPUTY CLERK PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday@ 3 : 00P.M. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3 :00 P M FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS . CAULaVORA@ .. -... : Childcare Teachers Needed 40 Hours CPRIFirst Aide Full Time Positions Available Will Train Call (813) 237-8771 Help Wanted 1st & 2nd Shift In Person No hone Calls Wednesday-March 21st 9:00a.m. 12 noon 333 S. Franklin Street Child Care Now Hiring FIT & PIT TeachersfFor Infants, Toddlers, And Pre-K Morning And Afterrnoon Shifts Available Call (813) 910-4163 Tele Marketer Wanted Start Today I! Temp Work Must Be Punctual And Highly Motivated Monday Friday Weekends Optional Call (813) 630-9827 TJVA Boarding Home Recovery Now Hiring Dependable People To Work In Home Setting Environment Several Shifts Available Please Call (813) 965-8148 PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION Consultant (64060540) Great Benefits, Competitive Salary NO WEEKENDS OR HOLIDAYS The Hillsborough County Health Department is seeking an Inspiring nutritionist. Must have L.D and R.D Requires experience in nutrition programs. In the event of an emer gency employees may be required to perform emergency operations functions. Must be willing to work during/beyond normal work hours/days in any shelter, and/or assisting with recovery efforts at other county health departments. Successful applicant must pass a background investigation. Submit application to https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com by 3/27/07. EOE/AAIDFWPNet's Pref .I -..... 5908 Palm River 4 Bedroorn/1 1/2 Bath Completely Renovated New Electrical, Plumbing, CHA Also New Roof $155,000 Call (813) 621-7493 HUDHomes 4 Bedroorn/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 Custom Homes Built By Pro-Fit Development, Inc. 2408 E. 19th Ave. 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Lanai, 2 Car Garage 1,709SqFt -$185k 2410 E. 19th Ave. 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Front Courtyard, 1 Car Garage 1,650 Sq Ft-$180k 3502 E. 9th Ave 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lanai, Large 1 Car Side Entry Garage On Large Comer Lot $185k All Homes Come Wrth 10 Year Structural Warranty And Upgrades, 42" Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel, Appliances, Ceramic Tile, And Tropical Landscaping, Seller assists with 5,000 towards closing cost L .E.x.lt t:Jtitreme Realty ... ,jt '.Jj. 1 :&13-716-GMO --. ---Valrico Area -Pool Home 3/Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car Garage $10k Below Market Value Easy Financing Call 813-842-6015 Homes Special FHA & VA Program$ One, Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Some New Many Areas & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer MIDLAND REALTY 766-2033 For Sale $500 Cash Back@ Closing Buying Incentive 0 Down Deals With 25k+ Equity Tampa Heights 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Master Vaulted Ceilings + Front & Back Porches, CHA, Nice Backyard Appraised @ $190k VVhole Sale Price @$163k 34th Street 3/1 Currently Rented Great 1st Time Or Investment Property Zoned Other Deals Available BUY 0 Down I .(fall,il13t :-1014.::. I I Home Ownership 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 Neighborhood No Money Down $1500.00/Month Call (813) 716-8252 WHY RENT? When You Can Buy A Home From MM&MAnd Have Your Down Payment And Closing Cost Paid lnFull 1-800-760-2409 Ext. 777 $116.00LM,onthly 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths FORECLOSURE 4% Down, 30 Years @ 8% APR Call 1-800-749-8168 xRS92 2-3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Homes With Garage No Money Down Newly Remodeled Stop Renting !!! Call (813) 936-5516 Ext. 210 Or (813) 716-8252 MUST SELLII Real Nice 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Bring All Offers Move Today All Credit Welcome 5/3 W Huge Pool! Call (813) 630-9827 Home4 Sale Temple Terrace $160,000-Nice 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Large Yard, Fenced 1 CarGarage 100% Financing Seller Pays Closing Cost Up To $7,000 Call (813) 270-1188 -t c m en c s:: )> ;;o 0 :I: N N 0 0 ...., ., ,.... 0 c )lo en m Grant Park Area z Section 8 Okayll -t Newly Remodeled Z 211 With Den For. Sale $110,000$100% With Closing Cost Seller Will Help With fianancing $800 00/Monthly 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath J!l Big Yard, CHA to $1,200/Monthly C: $99.00/Deposit I= On 2 Lots One Buildable Call (813) 936-556 Ext 210 !:!l Or (813) 716-8252 -z (813) 270-1188 3606 E. Comanche 2 /1 Completely Remodeled New Laminate, Carpet, And Tile Newer Appliances, Cabinets, Roof And More Only $129,900 Realtor/Owner Will Assist With Closing Costs Mike Williams Signature Realty Associates (813) 731-7283 realtonnikewilliams.com 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 Attention Everyone Make Cash Fast Ill Bring Buyers Fo r Our Homes For Sale 3/1 Central A/C $99,000 OBO 3/2 % Acre Land $115,000 Section 8 Welcome 6502 N. 34th St. 3/Bedrooms/2 Baths Available 4/15 For More lnfonnation Call Hearken Properties, LLC 813-766-7540 3706 N. 55th Street House for Rent 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, Fenced Yard $850. CO/Monthly +Deposit Call (813) 621-5410 Or (561) 584-1288 East Tampa Spacious 2/1 CHA Fireplace, Sprinklers Fenced, WID Hook up Water Included $950 00/Monthly + $950.00/Deposit Call (813) 451-9624 USF 2 Bedroom Townhome Vault ed Ceiling, Carpet, Tile A/C, WID Hook-up, Patio Water Included Section 8 OK $750 00 Call (813) 220 3633 4/2 Garage Huge Lot Sulphur Springs Area $ 189 000 2 Bedroom/1 1/2 Bath 4/2 & 1/1 In Ground Pool Townhouse For Lease $194 000 GatedCommunity A Low $720 .00 4/2112/2 Section 8 Welcome Screened lanai Security Deposit $350 00 $249,000 $25 .00 Application Fee ( "" : I \ -., ,.. ........ ,. a..:. ..:...; ;..;. -:..::.. ___J ... J .. ..... "V c: aJ ,.... c;; :I: m c m < m -t c: m en c )lo z c ., c

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..... iN il il ill I I 0 0 N 0 N :I: House For Rent 908 E. Humphry Section 8 Only Section 8 Welcome Fully Remodeled (J 4 Bedrooms/1% Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Duplex -Move In Special 2/2804 E. Linebaugh Ave. Rooms For Rent a:: $160.00-Weekly c( Section 8 Accepted CHA, Remodeled 3 Bedrooms 2/110001 N. Annette St. :& $800.00/Monthly Nice Area, CHA 3/1-8415 N 18th St Call 1-800-890-7639 >-"' Call (813) 62 1-7493 $800.00/Deposit Washer/Dryer Hook-Up 3/28603 N. 15th St. ic( Large Fenced Backyard 3/28605 N 15th St. West Tampa c SeCtion 8 Welcome Call (813) 453-0123 en Call (813) 789 -3 879 For More Information Rooms For Rent w 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Remodeled ::::) Newly Renovated Call .... Hearke n Properties, LLC Full Kitche n Furnished P l e ase Call Ron Move-In Special 8 13-766-7540 $80 .00-$100. 00 (813) 447-48 56 Section 8 Accepted Weekly + D e posit Efficiencies & One Bring Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Won't Last Temple Terrace Beauty B e droom Apartmarents 2/1 CHA Huge Yard Close Just Like Home 7701 Leon Avenue Some With River Views To Downtown Leave Message 3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms Call Today (813) 245-70 0 9 Immediate Response Complete Remodeled Call For Current Specials Rooms For Rent First Week Rent 813-237-3984 i +SecuritY:.' $1,300/Monthly River Place Apartments .. Duplex Nice And Clean$1 oo. o o '$'t5o:oof\ii/eekly Call Now! 1504 E. 138th Avenue CHA. Drug Free Furnishe d And Unfurnished (305) 652-9393 2 9 12 E. Columbus Drive 3/1; CHAW/D Hook-Up $125. DO/Weekly ( 813) 319-5646 $125.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Unit2 $795.00/Month 6502 N. 34th St. 2 BD/2BA Apartment $500 DO/Deposit Call (813 ) 624-8540 Fixed Income Section 8 Accepted Room Special c 3/Bedrooms/2 Baths 877 Sq Ft, Ron (813) 920-10 8 5 Nice Unfurnished Rooms 1010 E. 22nd Avenue ii: Available 4/15 No Pets, Deposit And (813) 690-6664 CHA, House Privileges u.. $325. DO/Month c For More Information Call 1st Month Rent Males Preferred Includes All Utilities z Hearken Properties, LLC $850 00 Grant Park. $200.00 Deposit Washer And Dryer c( 813-766-7540 3413-B 53rd Street $400.00 Per Month On Premises 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Phone (813) 661-4292 R.B. (8 1 3) 770-2025 c House For Rent 2106 W.Beach St. #A Washer/Dryer Provided en Newly Renovated w 3711 N. 35th Street Apartment Security Bars, Fans Room For Rent Chr i stian Person Has ::::) Available March 1st $725.00 /Month .... 2/1 New Kitchen/Bath Hard $725.00 Deposit $100.00 Per Week Rooms For Rent rr: 3/1 Large Fenced Yard Tile In Both Call 813-505-7266 + Deposit, Air Condition $110 00/Rent w $850.00/Monthly Hardwood Floors Kitchen Privileges $110.00/Deposit > $500.00/Deposit Alarm Sys t em Central A/C No Drugs Or w Washer Hookup 3215 North 49th Street Call (813) 285-8147 Illegal Activities Allowed c (813) 767-3185 $700 00/Monthly w $40 0 00 Move In 2 Bedroom/1Bath Call Mike :I: (813 ) 770-2266 en Busch & 40th Street 1st Month Free Newly Remodeled 3104 E. MLK Blvd. ::::i Call (813) 237-5990 Water Included m New 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $750 00/Month Wanted Roommate Rooms For Rent ::::) Concrete Block, CHA $500 00/Deposit Male Preferred ll.. WDH, Fenced, Alarm For Boarding House 4 Year Old Home z No Section 8 I 2 Bedrooms i= No Pets $500 00/Monthly $150.00 Each w Section 8 Only ( 813) 758-5386 ...J Call (813) 784-0508 1 Bedroom ...J ::::) Call (813) 949-3482 Hyde North Bathroom Included m Section 8 Perferred $185 00 North Fremont Avenue 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex & North B Street Nice Quiet Room Call (813) 846-3947 ...J Nice Area w Den, Plus Living Room, Tile Floors, Large Yard z Bring Deposit Utilities Included t= Security System W/D Hook Up Kitchen Privileges East Tampa z Burglar Bars, Fenced Yard Cute 1 Or 2 Bedroom Males 50 Years w $1,300/Monthly (8 1 3) 230-8968 Duplex Apartments & Older Preferred Spacious 2/1, CHA en Electric & Water Included Quiet N eighb orhood $145 00 Per Week & Up Fireplace, Sprinklers c( Call (813) 417-2065 East Tampa $550.00 & $650.00 Fenced, W/D Hook Up c Ready 3/1 (813) 927-2878 Water Included ii: Mr. Jones Spacious 2/1, CHA, $950.00/Monthly 0 Fenced, W/D Hookup Call (813) 966-3926 + $950.00/Deposit ...J 2917 East 21st Avenue u.. East Tampa Water Included Spacious 2/1, CHA $950 00 Monthly 3813 34th Street B No Drugs, Very Nice Phone (813) 979-0868 +$950 00 Deposit Fireplace, Sprinklers Section 8 Accepted Completely Remodeled Neighborhood, Cable, Fenced, W/D Hook up Central A/C, 2928 N. 18th Street Duplex Cozy, Very Quiet $140 $150 Per W eek Water Included (813) 451-9624 Property. Includes Utilities Room For Rent $950.00/Monthly 55 Years And + $950.00/Deposit Duplex-Busch Area APO Enterprises Older Preferred Call (813) 451-9624 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Small Two Bedroom/One (813) 495-9757 $120.00/Weekly W/D Hook-up Bath Tiles In All Wet Areas (813) 516-2763 $120.00/Deposit Bedrooms Carpeted Rental Sulphur Springs Area Refurbished Kitchen Call (813) 770 3277 Section 8 Welcome Of The Premises Includes : Frunished Rooms 2 Bedroom/1 1/2 Bath Great Deal Refrigerator, E l ectr ic Range Townhouse For Lease Call (813) 26 1 -7538 Range Hood, Aluminum Queen Sized Bed Furnished Clean GatedCommunity Or (813) 503-0493 Blinds. 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'-0 Couple Faces Drug Possession Charges Man Charged With 'Lewd i -: And Lascivious-Molestati :t1 : t I. I' ROBERT STEWART KELLEY STEWAR'F . On March 15th, crack cocaine from an earlier of the Hillsborough County investigation as well as pos. Sheriffs Office Major session of with f Violators Unit conducted a intent to deliver, possession search warrant at 12707 Old of a controlled substance, Tampa Police arrested a man Sunday on a charge of lewd arid lascivipus molesta tion. According to the report, Guy Edward Barnes, 52, has known the victim's mother for 3 months. On Monday, the victim, her siblings, and her mother went to dinner with Barnes. After dinner they went home . Police said Barnes told the victim to go change into her night clotpes. She went into her bedroom and Barnes allegedly followed her. Barnes touched the victim over her clothing on her buttocks and in her Village Square. and of crack cocaine During the search, approx-Kelley Stewart was -uncle Sandy imately 92 grams ofmarijua-charged with of a na, 2 hydrocodon-e pills and 7 con'trolled substance, 2 . Says morphine pills were found in counts of possession of marithe sleeping area of Robert juana with intent to deliver, 'Stewart, 27, and Kelley and possession of drug para-Stewart, 30. phernalia. Robert Stewart was The drugs seized have a charged with two counts of street value of approximate possession and delivery of ly $500. Suspect 1 _., sexual Assault Arrested ST. }lETERSBURG -The Pinellas County Sheriffs Office arrested a man Friday in. a assauit. Virgil Debose, 42, was picked u:p by St. Petersburg Police in connection with the' sexual battery being investigated by the Sheriffs Office -and two similar cases under investigation by. St. Petersburg Police, VIRGIL DEBOSE were able to establish a pos, sible identity to compare finBased on a tip, Debose was found riding asa passenger in truck i.p the vicinity of Field around 4 :lie was arrested atthe at the crime scene. Debose has been charged with sexual battery .and burglary battery . "Surround yourself 3, 7, 9, 11 with only people 13, 15, 21, 23 who are going to 25, 29, 35, 37 lift "ou hi her." "The Voice of our Comm. unitv Speaking for Itself' 813) 248-1921 Investigators said using evidimce, they' were 'ableto establish that Debose could have used the public bus on the day he is alleged to have sexually assaulted a 78-year old female in the -Paradise. Shores complex. -_ :With the cooperation of the local transit authority, detec tives recQvered photos of the suspect fr touch her buttocks and pl: L his hand in front of her shorts. Police said. Barnes is a registered sex offe nder and spent time in prison for sexual molestation in 1989 .. Records indicate he was released in 2000, but GUY BARNES private area. He then left the ed again in Hillsborough County in 2003 for 'sexual molestation. Teen :still Missing After 20 It's been nearly a month, and Ms. Lula Petty still doesn't know the whereabouts of her 14-year-old-daughter, Tiffani. -On March 1st, Ms. Petty dropped Tiffani off at hex school. However, Tiffani 1 and 3 other teenagers w 'ere later seen getting into a vehicle and leaving the campus . Ms. Petty got a call from the 1school. at .11:55 a.m. telling her Tiffani had left campus. She later found out that two of the girls had returned to school, but Tiffani and another. girl were still missing. Tiffani's-aunt, Mary Lane, said Thursday will be her niece's 15th birthday. "I love her I hope she comes home. This is very .. painful to all of us. I'ni try-. ing my best to support her. I just want her to be safe. I don't want anything to hap-pen to her." Anyone who knows her TIFFANI PETTY whereabouts is asked to contact the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office an.d ask for Deputy Phillips at 247-0897. Eric T. CRIMINAL DEFENSE A_I!TOMOBILE ACCU)ENTS EMINENT DOMAIN ... NE:W-LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 259-4444 -Former Asst. Attorney Gencral for Florida Former Hiiishorough Prosecutor 1l1e lJi;ing of a is' an decision that should not be bused solely upon Before you decicde, ask us to send you ti e e \\1ittcn inli.mnation uhout our and expe1icnce. ., r-0 :c c )> (IJ m z -i z m r;m c: r rm -i z m < m Jl -< -i c: m (IJ c )> z c ., :::0 6

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