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, 62 Yea r s In The Tampa Bay Area --- Days On Woman Delivers Baby -. SEE STORY ON PAGE 1 0-A INSIDE THIS EDITION -. ---. . r.taller vs. Redner: -_ .:votlrs TO Decide .. SEE PAGE 2-A -. -.. --. :-... : Bilrick Obama To Visit Tampa Area SEE PAGE 5-B Trio Hurt In Car Accident --SEE PAGE 11A 3 llurcler Suspect Pleads Guilty SEE PAGE 23A FORMER NFL GREAT CfiEDITS COACH WITH SUCCESS Lloyd Mumphford, standout center for the NFL Miami Dolphins, left is shown with his high school football coach, Reverend Abraham Brown. Mumphford was among the 300 guests who attended the 80th birthday celebration for Brown. The event was held in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church of College Hill, where Rev. Brown is the Senior Pastor. Mumphford, who was a member of the 1972 undefeated Dolphin team, credits Brown with making him the man he is today (Photograph by Frederick Harris)

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,.... 0 0 N N :X: 0 a: c( :!!: FEATURE Miller -Vs. Redner: . -, .. :-' > >= a: u.. The Politicai; "Fight OfHer Life GWEN MILLER Incumbent for District 1 During the recent election Les Mil-have representation. We have conscious, to pursue them on March 2nd, only 16% of the 1er, Jr., got to go to the polls to get only if I am making the most registered voters cast ballots. M r s representatives. of the opportunities I have to However, candidates seeking M i 11 e r' s "People are talking about a provide them with strong, to represent City Council husband park Redner has in West local leadership: District 1 and District .7 did and cam-Tampa, but he still owns the "I feel confident that when I not gamer enough votes to be paign man-land. He could put a building approach C.ity Council lat(!r declared a winner and a ager was on that land tomorrow. We this spring, I will receive a runoff will be held on incensed by have to look beyond ourselves fair reception. I am expecting Tuesday, March 27th. the com-and look at what's best for the Gwen to be among But unlike elections of the ment. "I LES MILLER community." Knight said. them." past where even a lesser voter really don't Ms. Yo-But not everyone is in favor turn out is expected, the know what Manager 1 a n d a of re-electing Mrs. Miller runoff election between Joe meant Anthony Ms. Ton-incumbent Gwen Miller and by that. But it is a slap in the said, "I ya Lewis challenger Joe Redner,' has face to Gwen and the Black absolutely said, "Joe drawn national attention. community. It was a belittling don't think k n o w s And according -to the and derogatory remark to her that it's a about poli-Hillsborough County Super-and to Black people. It was racial issue. tics and has c visor of Elections website, the totally disrespectful. It's just But it has b e e n a: number of early voters has unbelievable that he said everything MS. YOLANDA around. He u.. surpassed those during the that." . to do with ANTHONY knows the C earlier election. Some residents spoke in who's qualiSupports rules and I Miller Z The controversy began when favor of re-electing fied. think he's a
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_ FEATURES HCC NamesNew VP Of Stud-ent-Services BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Hillsborough Cortmiunity College (HCC) recently selected Kenneth Ray_ as their nevv Vice-President for Student Services and Enrollment Management. The Philadelphia native will wo.I:k to contin,ually i.ni.prev e student servieeB: a 'nd ties, -and . ,; increasing was .interim:' provost ror Palrri 'Beach' Community College's Boca Ratori Campus. lie .has worked within the Florida . \ Co'mm\Jnity College System for over 19 years. ,. "It is quite an. honor to be--. selected; I know that this was ... Recently named HCC s Serv:tces and h .1 t. d . : 1 Enrollment Management. a eav1 y con este pos1t10n.. ,. want to develop a model' of increase enrollment arriong build the student that otherfirst generation,. African-student poptiiatidn. schools are going to follow," American and Latino college : "One parl prescntativt' Detty Hned Sdonti Tampa City Councilwoman Mary ,.March 19th-24th Hillsbomugh County School Board Member April Grirnn or Hillsbomugh County School Board Member Susan Valdez Vote on EleCtion Day: . "T1 J:l c THA Board Votes Chair To Second Term (') Dr. Hazel S. Harvey has been unanimously elected as Chairman for the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) Board of Commissioners for a second consecutive term. "I enthusiastically look forward to another term as : Chairman to continue improvements to the quality of life for the residents," said Dr. Harvey'."! sincerely believe that all of our efforts will not only imprpye the iives -of our residents, l:)ut will DR. HAZELS. HARVEY impact. our entire community ". .. Named Chair of. as :.: :: . :: Housing Authority Board of Dr. been Commissioners for sec.ond -the board since Juneof 1998 term. ; ,,. ,; after. b.eing appoihted by for. Other THA Board mer Tampa n1ayor Dick include Manriy Alvarez, Jr;; She saysthe Board of Rubin Padgett, Karen, Commissioners has plans to Peoples, Sophia. Sorolis, rebuild Meacham Alternative Gerald White and Robert School,' which is' likely to.be Shim berg;,. who. _will also torn down becatrse of new serve as .and Central Park Redevelopment son on the C,eP,trai' Park redePlan. '.. velop!llent "We have plans to rebuild "It's an honor'to serve on Meacham. The school is such the housing said Dr. a vital part of the African-Harvey. "Its .. also;great that history in the City people think enough of me to .<:>f said Dr. Harvey. elect me as chai-rperson." .. .. "The positive. continuation of Reporter /-Writer Antione Central Park Yillage is also a: Davis can rea-ched at' pertinent for me; ani:F : (818) He can also I'm sure .the other members of : be reached at adcivis@jlsen-board:" tinel.com. .. --, ,:-. .:.. ..: ::I: 1\) w 1\) 0 0 """' "T1 r 0 J:l (J) m z ::! Z m c: r r !!1 z "0 C: m r-'l1(i;' :::t: m c m J:l < -f C: m (J) c :r> Z c "T1 J:l C Julie Jenkins Fronk Rick lla rr.cna Newly Elected Councilman Rev. Thomas Scott Tuesday, ,.. J : ... ; .. Paid Political paid for and approved by G\-ven Miller Candidate fot' t:itr j. -.

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-..... 0 0 N (W) N :::1: 0 a: a Florida 33805 (813) 248-1921 Publshed Evety Tuesday and Friday By Fl.ORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newsp"""' PIA>Iiahero Aaooclatlon (NNPA) and Amalgamated PIA>iaheno, Inc .. New Vorl<. C 1990 CP POSTMASTER: Send Addresa Change To: Florida Senllnel Bulletin P O Box 3363 Tampa, Fl 33601 Periodk:al Postage Paid AJ Tllll1Ja, Fl W.W. Andrewa 1874-1931 (1910) C Blythe Andrews 19DH9n(1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS. JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS IU, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptlons-$44.oo-Per Year Both Editions: $87 .ooPer Year One . Opinions expreued on editorial pages of thia newopoper by Coii.IMiata or Guest Wrltera do not necesaarity reflect: the edHoriaJ s tance of The F lorlda SenUnel BulleUn or the Publiaher. At Last, Swift .Justice For Martin Anderson! ........... t is laudable that Gov. Charlie Crist has acted quickly in urging the state legislature to accept responsi. .bility for its share of the $10 million sought by the Anderson family for the death of son, Martin Andersop. The 14-year-old inmate at the now-Closed Bay County Boot Camp, died at the hands of boot camp guards while a nurse looked on nearly two c years ago. While no amount of money could compensate a: for the loss of the'child's life, at least Gov. Crist appears u.. .willing to-cut off a long, drawn out court battle. His Give Us. Reparations reparations. who .have never qualified by Here today we still find our-ancestor slavery arv:l racism selves calling on America to, rendered upon them like ijons. as Dr. Martin Luther King, Blacks. We, as posterior of The word first attracted Jr. put it, "make good on a Black slavery in this country, attention in Congress during promissory note marked seek economic-oriented repa. Reconstruction, a political insufficient funds." The idea rations. We do not oppose Period in American History f t d II other ethnic groups who have o pu tmg any an a ClVl recel ved such dl'vidends Take from 1865 through 1876. It ht d d t d ng s s m o a repara-those Japanes e who were was after the Civil War, an k h b wheri federal troops were bon pac age lS w at IS emg compensated for what their withdrawn from the South. suggested here. We are talk-ancestors suffered,_ being Under the leadership of ing an econqmic .taken from tlieir. h .orri.-e..s-:-and Congressman Thaddeus aging ofall compeh.sation reri-placed iri American Stevens, a wily Republican dered to,.J3lack during World War rt ancestors suffered 450 years Today, there are more leader and vigorous suppo er of a stern policy toward the of slavery, 'segregation and asians in graduate school South, according to historian racial discrimination in this and medical school via affirJohn Hope Franklin, slave country. mative action than Blacks reparations W()uld be given What about other minoriThey, and others using affir-. birth. Stevens' counterpart ties? Well, let us make it clear mative action are not quali. in the u. s. Senate, fellow that we as Black people can and cannot use the. Republican Charles no longer afford to have our claims of ancestor slavery and Sumner, who alao was white, legitimate-claims under-racial segregation. Only championed the idea of "40 minedt Affirmative Action has Blacks can truly qualify for acres and a mule" for each been made a joke of, deceived affirmative action. (More to slave. Such was the forerun of and undermined by others. come.) C decision is a breath of fresh air. ...... Z Though it appears some legislators may be inclined to . vyhere 0 -loeailectslative and _encourage to sup-. soar; The of sljtp's . s -c port Gov.-Crist's request-for the Andel'80n family. They advice are -read tlie small c:Ondition dicftt't improye, her )!.' expe_rt_ s . ... of_ the _ of have ulfered. on the tickett ... .: ; .. ; ;: thei :. build 0 .,,: '' ,-_, ; : : .. .1 abo.arq ships, -tbe!r :-sPJp r . ,;::_. .-:J f?Wid 'h'nd, j.ust ( :The' &JZe __ And ::Health lnsurancel ,-. one day, Americans will value people .who "ahead of their time." Whether it is a mass . :: system for.Hillsborough County, a need to address global warming, or a national health insur-ance plan, perhaps some day, society will say, "They told us so!" Remember, more than ten years ago, experts and visionaries pointed out the need to address these and other issues. No doubt, local celebrity Ed Turnachik, nationally known Bill and Hillary Clinton, former Vice President AI Gore and other globalwarming experts are shaking their heads and asking, "Why didn't people listen to us back then?" The answer is simple. People never listen .. ,' until it's almost too late. .Now that nearly 1/5 of all Americans (46 million to be exact) are without health insurance, the debate over l how to proYide healthcare for America's uninsured is w moving painfully to the top of the agenda for both CJ Congress, and the national business community. A of states have already the lead on the -httle umfo1111 are .--and flew the child home. Qnce '_;, ; . :,; ... .... ,: required hy the cruise lines / ,back onland; it was 1 M _any people,have In orie instance, a physiCian _ ered that the child's appen dix and will continue to do suffered a heart attack and ,had ruptured; But as a result 'the future: But, yo u must died after leaving 'the pool.' An the misdiagnoses, the child admit this information is defiinvestigation revealed that will have health issues for the nitely food for thought. a b_een used, rest of her life. health insurance issue. Massachusetts and Vermont have already implemented State health insurance plans while more than a half dozen other states have begun to craft plans to address their state's uninsured. (Unfortunately, Florida is not amoD;g them.) Moreover, the inability of the working poor to be able to afford health msurance has long been a nagging issue. Even now, recent data shows nearly 25% of households earning less than $25,000,21% of.households earning $25,000-49,000,and 14% of households earning $50,000 74,000 'are uninsured. Thus, health insurance premiums the so-called middle class have escalated beyond their ability to pay. While many working Americans .lack coverage because they can't afford insurance premiums, many more are uninsured because of abrupt unemployment to compa. ny downsizing, increases in income that make them ineligible for Medicaid, conditions that prevent them from getting affordable coverage on the individual mar-ket or failure of employers to offer insurance coverage as a benefit. Sadly enough, only 61% of American companies offer health insurance coverage to their employees. When the Institute of. Medicine concludes that at least 18,000 Americans die each year because they lack insurance, the fact we are a nation unmindful of its health insurance responsibilities becomes an issue past critical. needs a national health insurance plan!

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_________ ._._..__... ____ ... _,.._..,. ______ --_________ .... ___ ---...... .. ---........ ... -------------.-.--., ----COLUMNS Gwen Miller in Tampa have I dream that one day accumulated the money to a long way, but Tampa will have_ a bank purchase nice homes. still have a long owned and--operated by a Wouldn't it be nice if Tampa way to go. We hold elected group of-Blacks. This city had a Black-owned subdivioffice, sit on benches in' and .county are ready for sion that was a gated comcourtrooms as honorable these things. 'The dream for niunity for those who could judges, sit on seats of board this city doesn't stop there. afford I dream of a of directOrs of large corporaBlacks spend millions of dolcommunity that is_ and tions; accumulated:wealth Iars a year having banquets, relatively free of drugs and } I;. .. ._ j . -" : . . ,. '. . . . _VOTE 27th ,_(; God. Save ,Us Liberal, Fitendsl and achieved high levels of 'dances. and group meetings. crimes, : education.-. .: -Blacks need to own a facili-< This 'dream is not coni-In spite of this;' we still ty that to host . pletely Bl:ac:k: All Of have much to'be-;done andso. :these ktnd of events for at people wou:ld be welcome to _I have a dream for least a _peqple. participate ventures Tampa. l dream of a day Tampa.has, a few Black--as customers. It is 'the ownwhen Blacks will own and: owned businesses that are ership that matters. Other operate a Class One A hotel. capal;>le of hiring a races of people own and I amtalking about a hote] n\lmber Blacks. We: need ate these aforementioned that can compete with the more of this type vendors. The time ha_ s come -F1 h Sh-b' 1 h h t 1 but we also need some bus1-Bl k 1 t b .. iberalism is as Chip etc er, awn 1g, c assy c am o e s. 10r ac peop e o ecome 1\o) 0 0 """" Fr k R dd' k I h d th t Bl k nesses cap_ able of emploYing -. extremely harmHamson, an e IC ave a ream a ac s owners. --d M AI .d .11 d d t a couple of hundred of peoI -d tht fi t 'TI It is a corro-an ary varez. are s1 -WI one ay own an opera 1 am convmce. a rs r slve.-mentality ing with Gwen. Miller. But a large classy on peA Black-owned shopping class and efficiently run 0 which disrupts_ In those on their way back in the of a Berns Steak mall would add to t,he beauty businesses wfH-attract all other words, it deprives the are not as quicktojump into House .or an Steak of the dream for Tampa. It races of customer.s.' I know revoluiioriaryranks of com-this We ask, "Who House. I dream of a restau-would be even more reward-that tltere out en pact and disci. might that They, ._:rant a national reputa-ing if it could be done in East there who look forward to. pline," said Mao zegong: answer, "Linda Saul-Sena,';. tion that will attract people Tampa. that day. Time_ for somebody -t. But what did the former John Dingfelder, Mary from everywhere. We have Blacks who have to move. of the Chinese Mulhern and Charlie ,, ;:: communist'-Party -know Miranda are-waiting. on the '.. \. .. / about liber-alism? What does sidelines to see who their c: anybody .kn'ow about liberalfuture council mate will be." ,,; '. ,,, ,,, '' ism? WHAT DID YOU SAY? the with. so All .of a sudden, a word, RUN PAST ME many high-level politieians z .... :which 'most of us thoug,ht Did I hear you say and business leaders raking ., was humanitarian arid good, > Linda Saul-Sena, John in billions from tJie war:; it 5j SJ.lfgery: _:\ Dingfelder, ' .... .. won't stop : ., r Now It's remtroduced as a Mulhern and Char he '. en concept somewhe:r:e some of the most You have to asking, ffi phlegmand Jell:.O; and ]egendary Liberals since w. Wh_. ---. _._It G _ whatisthepri!Jeofahuman c to-.what God Mick Jagger and the .life? Is it worth the lives :of m ai,>9ut backRolling Stones; and sup-jl!if!.'. gfthere is one lesson this it'sown people. F,oreigners your soils and to. ;ii sliders wi1en he warned, "I posedly four of ll itlcountry should have bring thei:r to the lllake millionaires ri;cher !illd :a -shall s 'pewyo u out Of niy Gwen ,:: ::'Wiearned by riow, it's the United States out of anger the government look li);te it's mouth-iike Miller's staunchest allies consequences of. war. The: and injustice. )?'ou can't acting m the best mterest of .C: _<'} .. since the X-Men and Power ... history of:the United States .. rectthatby se1;1ding troops to its'people? -/ .! fl ,: ;: rn -adopted a is mi;ed . __ no i than ... ___ ... ., .. .-< <-: . .>;.:: . .. ... . -,_, ..... ;. 1 ,., nothmg .. . _.' ; : ...... ;,. Noth_IJ:\g ;has1ever: It act comfilitted .. upo:a i a::people c 't' .. come. out of:,any-of these. .don. t<. Withone 'TI ., So, : Is there a,ny wonder surpnsmg-hst .. says_ .ta. .. wars and that 'includes the want U S troops on their. h th d th :a that' a briefe4itonal.'in Scott, who'.''G i w Th-e I .. _.. .1 .. s dd m ow ai!-' e e;: \veek's .Liz Guceta has':settheendorsed Miller 'IVl' .... ; \HSQI . a a ---nk . f -.1.b -Jd .... fir--n... : ... --. a,ecom!H-IS .-Is, e._. as een_ Q>Ver-. 1.tdoesn!t ..... __ ... __ ,_., ._"" ::.Fa so I era om1')n er 1 : afte-r hewon -nis Cit ; ... :-, .... --. .. ... I.t . 1 1 b < -... Y. _ .... .. Y destruction of.t_owns and. thrown and hung, and now If you ml'li'ta ry a egan wen a ven-c il Th H . . --. 1 . :..-:. -, >. .. :-. e_ ... _homes,_and the of it's up_to the -to: .,.-: i .: .-: ... : 1 erable .editor out .. editor .. did no-t -ment.1on --'IIi f. .1 .. -tab'l' th h .-1 .. d d ,. _they wiiJ smile and :- '11'!-' , .. -_, . . .. m1 ons o peop e . s 11ze e1r orne an an .. to see newly-elected 1 Col:uity ' . .. __ : ...... fee! supportmgDistnctl:mcum-.... ...... ,.Itspamfultohsten.:to .. .. :,-<>' .... ,....., .... :d .... I' TT. t'f" . Kevin d ffi 1 d h Th. . . .,_" ._ are o1ng m J;"aq .ou I y:ou bent Gwen Miller :o_ver . . . . . electe o c1a s con one _t e _ere were never. _any. t I-k t .. th t ..... d th .-: .. . . White, whose verbal support 1r All th' h to . f d tr cti. a o e roqp$ an . Distnct 1 contender Joe . . . war m aq. I:; r nc o, es .o?-, : .-f il' . . .... 11 h :Redner. what La could m a_s and "freedom" !'lnd the war -and Osama bm Lade.n IS ... fls. t ":':the date :"against terrorism is .. window -still doing.his. Amenca. n s be called "a nest :fuil of cock27th looms on the l:tOrizon. dressing for what's really what's really going on here? when_ roaches aro<:k!" But t!te of who going on. . .. h), ... .The. -editorial b-egins; have to The mosfdangerous terror. the United States is aware of . control, hpw "There has been' a lot of throw a punch IS somethmg ist in .the United States are that' .. but with a vested enough? : end:OrsemEmf talk jn the that few expected. .. Gwen Milier 1 Joe &dner But does it matter? Does it rtinoffrace. Former candi. matter once more date.s : have. on Tanipa reminds U!> that this either side,".says the 'is the 'south, and in the. al.-That we expected. South, Liberal is just a suit _But it's what-comes next some people wear? Does any: .... that t,ongOes wagging all one care that there seeins to .. over town. : :'"' 1.. : : be a of toilet paper .... Writes our Latino counter-ielatioilships in _Tampa parts, Council memwherein too often, so-called hers on their way out, Liberals are your friends ... .. _until the paper has. been soiled and the toilet C:oun.cilman :Bob Buckhorn W.liert he has been flushed? : Could it be that in this be ateve:fy)31ack ch6.rcb on eyerY, tOwn, there-are still two different definitions Sunday,':and was' once overheard tb s 'ay in' for friendship and loyalty? Did Chairman Black dialect, "I ain't rio tireq} : !3UT Mao kn:ow what he was talking about after _HE LOYAL!And Il'!"Y all? We mean not to make enemies. What we'. have _we go!? I the beginning of C) need are answers and honesty! . our "GOD, VE m Yes, people used io laugh at former City OUR LIBERAL FRIENDS!" _,

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,. LOCAL Tvvo Precincts Focus Of Runoff Election senator Chosen As AFL-CIO '200. 6 Legislator Of The Year' "WE'VE "SEEN BLESSED OVER THE YEARS WITH HER MELODIOUS VOICE As SHE MINISTERED To us THROUGH SoNGS, AND WE'RE BY THIS NEXT MovE OF Goo IN HER MINISTRY.". ... {eaturing The Bible Man. Hfink Hatiegraaff WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 .".?PM Baptist :_.::-_:-< .... i ... .:-.:. Church. (?::: Tampa, Florida :>:= h .. 1006 Cypress Street Tampa, FL 33606 > ... ... ... . .i . . -::... Hanegraaff's message; "Reading. The. Bible for All It's Worth" Make ,plans. to attend as a LIVE Q & A and book signing will immediately the program. For more intormati9..n,. call (813) www.bayword.com Dr. W .James Favnrite Senior Pastor Chri< Gould WTBN Historic Beulah GREATER MT. CARMEL A. M. E. CHURCH 4209 N. 34th Street Tampa lOO. DISTINGUISHED MEN SERVICE :. Sunday,.March 25, 2007, 10:30 a . :m . . . FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE DISTINGUISHED GUESTS ARE INVITED Guest Speaker REV. CLARENCE HONORS REV. HARRY L. DAWKINS Senior Pastor St. Mark A M .E. Church, Clermont AGAPE MINISTRIES -CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT :.?> Presents -4Ji1)] lllflf.Jml1} .......... 1 "Covered By The Word OfGo!I" MARCJI l5, 2007 5 P. M Speaker District Missionary . La Verne Dunbar District Missionary of the Greater Palmetto District '.1st Lady of Amazing Grace Church of God in Christ ---------------------------------------' ., 6 :!! c l> tn m z -f z m r-1 m c: r r-z c: m r(i) ::c m c m < m :a -< -f c: m (/) c )>' )> z c ::0 c

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c \ ji. u. c z a: .w C w .:I:;, --en ;J IXl ::::) 0..' z j; W -', _J 0 ; m I ...1 w z f.: z w en -. . . . . Music will be provided by St. Paul's Choir and the Reverend Arthur Jones Mass Choir of' Bible-Based Church messages to the world will be same kind of program. Of national funeral will be held missed .by Christians everycourse the new person com'-Saturday, March 31st,. at la_ Bishop coning in will bring his ideas. l'.'a.-m. the state,funiiJial. w!lt' eluded: -. . . Church of _God in_: be Friday; Chnst shollld.prf!.y {or .the,.,,1a!t-7 p. m the 'local Bishop's family:_and COGIC,", h -:1.. f -b.,: h ld h l d d c uner-a w1 e e e cone u e George.Streets on March 29th at numer.o:us :'of 7 p. m. All will be Bishop duringth!;! held ih Memphis, headquarman,y .. visits _.he m"ade t.o _ters.oftheCOGIG. His last. Visit was in ., i Char:les E, Bla;ke 2003 .. < . -. _'',_.; : .a for : :until _special pastor of College Hill on.e-of:our Convoc-ations, is :. 1;. .. :. --. ,_. ;.=--_:e_ ..... s .. A (\ Dwa)'lle Evans; Herman Usa Mc..>Cray, Jolm Devora Solomon, John Huggins, Shevawn Spencer, Samuel Welch, Martin, James Martin and Bobby Hamilton NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHlTRCH 2nd ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT And CHURCH'S 101ST CELEBRATION 11()06-2007 \ Sponsored By Outback Steakhouse -J. J . . . . . WHEN . : Friday, April 6th* All Day Practice Round, ParingParty,-SilentAuction 7 p. ni; Saturday; April 7th, 7-8 a.m.'* 8 a.m. SHOTGUN_START [H(lk i n One\\ CHlilLI<' 1:r n m Ed :\J,,r ... I lll1de in (Jtll' \\in .... 11 :.200-[),l(kt' Fr !ll11 .l,rr 1 Um DtHkt''l : ." Ceremony immediately following the golf
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. LOCAL Tampa's Morehouse Alumni To School's Retiring President BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Staff Writer DISTRICT WOMEN'S HOME OVERSEAS MISSIONARY ... v ....... You To Our Annual Pr-Ogram WOMEN IN WHITE. MEN.IN BLACK . The Anointed DYnamic SPeaker .Win Be REV. DR."WINSTON PRESC01T The New Pastor Of Hood TemPre A .M.E.Z." Church Various C)Jolrs Will Provide The Music : ; -, MRS. LUCY A. FUTcH. President REV. SAMUEL ZAKAY. Presidio.!! Elder BISHOP JAMES. E MCCOY, Presidio.!! Prelate New Progress M. B. Church Shadowlawn Avenue PASTOR R ev C. R ASST. PASTOR THE ME: Jes u s b r oug ht u s all the way. I sa i a h 53 : 4 .. > . I J : O u r Special Gues ts: Brandl Ri c hard, Fion a Wh ite: & N emls h a Saffor All of Tampa Honorary Pr e sident Pittman from 1986 to Curr ent President D ea. Jame s Williams Vi ce Pre sident Si s. Ba rbar a Gra n h '.: , Dir ector and M C fo. r Progr a m Bro F red Blac k ..... Florida Sentinel Advertisers . Author Releases . -. First Novel ..... ' I .._1

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Q a: u.. Q z W Q w :I: tn -::J r:D ::: a. z .... ..I ::: r:D ..:. w z 'i= z -w tn a: 0 .... LL t wi(l be served beginning at 8 a. m. Are you hurting? Have you been physically abused? Have you been mentally abused'! Do you live in fear? Do you feel rejected? Do you Jcel inadequate? How _do I break the that my loved one is hurtinl! me Where can I I!O to l!et assistance ? Does God b'i:ar my cry? Does Goo the agony of my bruises? Why me God ? What did I do to deserve this? Is there help for my lov;ed one that is abusing me'Z If you have answered yes to one or all of these questions. this conferenc c is for you COME AND SEE THE ANSWERS GOD HAS FOR YOU!!! Directions : Go east on Fowler Ave. 1:,ke Fnwlcr Ave. 1111 th..; wayoot to Highw;y 30J : Make a left on Highway Go appwximatdy a mil" to Jack;>on Rtl Make a lel t un Jackson RJ. Continue on Jackson Rd The Church is IOCilletl on thc right hand side 1/3 llf a mile) : Hope Opens Pathways to Education Theme: ''AWAKENING HOPE" . -25, 2007 11 A:-M. MR. LABRAWN SAFFOLD ' MR. Will Guest M.C. Everyone is invitf!!d to come out and be blessed! BRO. CASSIUS CRAWFORD, HOPE Ministry Leader SISTERS LUCILLE FRANKUN, EUNICE GIPSON, PAMELA GRAY, SHERIKA HISMITH And MARTHA STEVENS

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t THE STEWART FAMILY Pastor's Message & Sunday School 12 p m Morning Worship 1 p m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 :30 p. m. Youth Sign language & Tutoring Directions: 1-275 to Downtown West Exit (Ashley Drive) Turn Right o Kennedy Blvd Turn Right on Oregon Avenue . www.tabofhope.org pastor@tabofhope.org Your Lifl! Is By Cho ice> You .. ,pA & (;EORGIA SALMON Suru.lay SchtMJI@ 10 a.m. Morning Wul'lihfp & Children's Church@ I I a. Evening Wol'lihip El'cry 4th Sunday@ 6 p. m. Study@ ti p m. (:.[: ouR visi(JN : A PENTECQI,I AL Oll!RC11 "Ttl See Emptmertirl/11.411 Aren.v Of Their Lite.v & Wllnt Wn v 011cl! Ltnl. ResttJred" Please Join Carol D : Morsani, Honorii'J Chair and Linda Simmons, Chair For A Conversation With ,., -. "" . NIKE DAVIES OKUNDAYE and KIM .. Chair of USF Department ofWomen's Studies and Author of . . . The Woman with the ATtist .. A Ute History of Yoroba Batik Artist Nike Davies Okundaye Thurs., March 29. a.m.* USF Hail* Tampa Juel Shannon Ph.D.* :.., RSVP to or call (813) 974-9646 ; .. .' by Monday, 26,2007. : : : Please notify the university within five days of the event 'If a reasonable accommodation for is needed. LOCAL Head-On Collision Sends 4 To Area Hospitals The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is investigat ing a head-on traffic accident that occurred mi 78th Street Wednesday. Deputies said a Toyota, dri, ven by Toddricks Grant,. 20, was traveling north on .. 78th Street and was attempt' ing to pass another vehicle. A GMC Public Works vehicle, driven by William PASTOR DONNELL & MIN. TANYA WILLIAMS Founders .. 6501 N. Nebraska Ave. {John Calvin Church) Bible Study Wednesday :)7 P M Worshtp Serv1ce Sunday 6 P M Contact l nfo: 546-2751 TODD RICKS GRANT . driver of vehicle in serious condition Bechtelheimer, '46, was traveling south on 78th Street. Deputies said both vehicles swerved to avoid hitting and : made contact: off the road-way . -. Grant was taken to Tampa General Hospital and is list ed in serious condition. -' Two passengers in his vehicle, 'Henry Williams, 22. is listed as being in critical con. dition, and Johnny ,;-.. . .......... _. ) .;.. JOHNNYMCCULLER t. passenger, treated and released . ; . McCuller, 18, was taken to. LOVING .HILL P. B. CHURCH :as "'_-10040 Joe Ebert Road Seffner 33584 Bechtelheilner;_ the driver if>Pir; 1 .24, . !p . We. Are Inviting All Choirs, Singing Groups And To And The Lord 4 -Any Questions Please Contact Deacon Green (813) 238-1739 Or Deacon Sams (813) 623-1700 . For ELDER MICHAEL J. TOBY, Pastor MISSIONARY VANESSA TOBY . . .... .. MARCH 21-25 2007 7:30 P. M. Nightly Them .e! Matthew Chapters 9-38 Saturday Night GLORIOUS CHURCH FAMILY MUSICIAL PROGRAM SERVICE Sponsored By SISTER CAROLYN JOHNSON And SISTER JANNIE FIPPS of St. Pete Sunday at 12o1deck R WALTER ROSS, Pastor .. Will be closing o .ut the servke. Eldar Ross Is from St. Pete .. Dinne r will b egin a t 3 o'clo c k after s ervice Ass i stant P astor Mothe r M ary Toby Apostle C. Apostle Eld e r M h: hael J T Pastor Churc h M othe r, Mothe r H emm r-:; {JI . J . 1 don't want to comment at , .. : I '' . A : . . "' this K ; . i ; : .. : . A. Man InJured In . .y : ; Program Participants : .. ,... p d trl Allin The Family Mime' Ministry Zion Hill Youth Choir Mt 8 88 &ni CJ\LVIN IYORY -: ..... .. Tamp a r eport:-a miur wasstruck by a vehicle a s h e eross.ed Fowler Avenue:: -\>;.: : IV:oey, 30, was East Fowler nl'i d hlock and was s truck vehicle driv erl by .. John Rogers of Brando n > T h e acci d e rit l e f t Ivory with a leg and possi ble back injuries. Ho s p ital PASTOR JEROME GRIFFIN, Presiding offici als s aid none of his EVENING STAR TABERNALCE : inj'uri e s:are life ; MISSIONARY BAP T I S T CHURCH . . : .:: . .. . .,. : .. :,-.': PASTOR T D L EONARD It is our pray e r that you w i ll join u s in this c e l ebration with praise and worship service . Rogers was not c h a r ge d in the 'TI ..... 0 :a a ,. 0 m -t i m t;" m c:' -.... I"'* ,I m -t. i c: m ..... Ci5 .. _ :r:: m 0 m < < -f c m CJ) 0 ,. z 0 "< :g C) m ... ... I )> ;

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Q .-a: u. Q z .. c(. Q 0 w ::l .... ti w Q w :c 0 :::i ID : Z ffi _. _. ::l ID ...:. w z z w 0 c( o a: 0 _. u. ,. -LOCAL Volunteers-Pitch In To Paint Home On Wednesday morning, volunteers and members of Bible Truth Academy gathered outside a home in the 9000 block of Pawnee Street. Thef were there on behalf of the homeowner and the City of Tampa's Department of Housing and Development Coordination/Standards and Enforcement Division. The homeowner, who diciri't : want to be' identified, has lived in the house fot 31 years and said it all started with a phone call. ,...,., "I got a call from someone in Mr. Harold Scott's office. They told me they had ed my house to get a free paint job." Rev. of Bible Truth Academy, said they have volunteered on a lot of cleanup projects all over the city. "This is our .fourth .time working on a project with the city: We normally do our own volunteer w-o'rli .. up areas and. other tasks. It's our .\Y,ay: !>(belping the communit:t'rn:id: giving back. :Rev:nean said they're also working on a project in the 4000 block of 22ntt Street: : : The home iJi the 9ooo blcick-of Panee Street. .. : : '". I : l f. . ':'We have .after pro-:" sai. d ;esidents grams and we teach kids how can't afford to have exterior to play chess and do a lot of repairs done to their homes, other things. We teach them or have them painted. the importance of helping out "I want more people to know wherever they can t.hat can help them, espe. Harold Scott said his office cially orr-projects they can't was proud to offer this ser-afford. We understand how vice, and will continue to give the economy has set us all back to the community. back, so the city is tl-ying to "Normally people think all do its part." . we do is force peop!e out of >'.Bible Truth Academy is their homes -code :vio-. entering their 6 .th year; and lations. What we really do is ; Rev. Deiui saidthey've only ; work with residents to help -just began to volunteer on-them keep their homes and futl!re projects. . get the repairs they need: Reporter Leon B. Crews Everyone can't afford to make can be reached at (813) repairs to their homes, and 248, or e-mailed at we _can offer them assistance." leon@flsentine[.com. .,. 'I an Communlty: "' ..... i ,'.', ;S;;-"<'-' .. ,. !Javf:i amoral civil responsibility to exercise -_{, . . ... .. -::our rights to, register and to vote. However, :: r!ot our ChrsJtian vo'ting. .. othe iwise \ .. 4 -, .. .. --E ndorsem ent Pa id For By: B i s hop J a m es H How e ll In The Spotlight . : \. ::TIVIA -. .-. . -I .. ........ . : . Spotlight gbt a p Uttle bit hotter this spring with the return of. the stunning Tivla. Uvla _has been requested lately sc .it Is pleasure to have her grace our pages. Tivla is no stranger to th,e young modeling, dancin g, traveling and new. people Fellas, in .order to catch,:Tivia's attention you .-. must be respectful, confident, intelligent and goo.d-looklng. Congratulations: to Tlv.ia. on .. being this week's Spotlight. Uriflmlted Feature. > .. .. : -Crossroads Seffner .. A Concept in Charactc r .. .. . '... . Thursday; March 29ib';:: .. .... ... .... ,. .:'; -,.,_ t . , ,. ,t \' # I Character Bascd Education <. ;:-ot":' ::. Low Teacher/Student Ratio '"'" . . : Nurturing E;I1vironnient Now Enrolling for 2007/2008 School Year! c ;o ssro 'ads. Seffner serves students .... itav c llOl been able .tO achieYe S U CCeSS in public or trad i tion'al pri vate scho o l sett ing! ,._ ' --McKay Sch o l ars hip s Availabtc. . F o r mo re inform a tion pl ease contact .,. Ms. 66 1 -4462 5 2 3 1 Couitty Roa d S .79 Scff; t er, FL 33558 : ,.: .. ,, ; .-.--;, ; .tff.t ... . '.' -,.:-:. .-: > . ;: ....

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LOCAL E .Rst .Tatnpa Group Wary Eye_ On Barrio-Latino Group East Tampa Revitalization ly said they applied for an Partnership CEO Sam application last year to the Vendors Wanted Women Of Zion International, Inc. 9th Annu.al Mighty Women Of God Conference And 13th Annual Testimonial Banquet And Pageant Kinsey said his group is well state for a grant to hire a con-aware of what's going on with sultant to go into the National www.womenofzionintemational.org email: wozint@netzero.com the Barrio-Latino Group and Landmark District to re-L..-___ R_e_v_._P_a_u_li_n_e_L._C_o_le_,_F_o_u_n_d_e_r_/_P_r_e_si_d_e_n_t __ ___, are keeping a close eye on any inventory the area north of news. Columbus Drive to near 21st The Barrio-Latino group Avenue and Cuscaden Park. has applied for a grant to do "We wanted. to come up with studies, based on their efforts an assessment to see what's to extend their Historic changed in that area as far as Preservation Area boundaries new construction and demoliwithin the CRA district of the tion." East Tampa Partnership. .-:: Representing the Barrio Mr. Kinsey said he Latino Commission are: Levi know exactly where the grow Kapla:n, chairman; Joe is now; byt they are aware the Howden, Vice-Chairman; PartnEfrship is opposed thing going 0Iijh. East Costantino, Ybor City kind of transition they ar e Tampa. r want him. to work Chamber of Commerce and proposing. . with us <;losely." realtor; Jon Michael "This will not be an issue. Mr. Kinsey said they are Callahan, Landscape archi-that snea.ks through the City fully aware of what the group teet; Gina Grimes, CounciL I don't know if we're is trying to do, in spite of Stephen Marl?we, Yb?r Ctty getting all the information, reports to the contrary. Museum.; Wilson but we're watching this very "There is no misunderstand-Versagg:t, Archttect; Robert closely ing about :their Grunke, and "After he takes office, l plan That's why it's important we Portela, Staff to sit down with Rev. keep track of what's going on Adn.umstrator, Architectural Thomas he can stay and make sure nothing gets'' RevieW.' on top of th1s tssue and every-past us." Reporter Leon B. Crews . . I Historic Preservation can be reached at (813) Florida _Department ee 248-()724,_ ore-mailed at Of Health .. Denms Fernandez leon@jlsentmel com. ... Recognizes World __ ,.;._i ___ _ __ ,___ ____;;. __ Tuberculosis Day ,.....A-=--_:--. n .. 1.:--n---. t---e-County. Branch NAACP observes With Saturday, 24 : 2007 :88 < Worlcf erB) Prophetess . The of TB w. M. Harris Day -i'!; t6; fr' about TB; : educat4:dndividu als aboj.lt a potentiaJly deadly disj!aSe that affects people E.LOC:KH.IU{T At . worldWide i iuld irifotln peopie .. that curable. . Hill:sb.orougq >County B .ranch NA.AQP taking .. .. meastires 'by :.: irtfonri.ifig Citizehs of th hisMiracle Faith Revival Church 2726 E. 15th Ave. Tampa March 28-30,2007 8 P.M. Nightly ... tory, s)'mptams. a'r)d effects or l-. A Service You Can't Afford To Miss! . .:-thj. s_''4J ,::;,ease: .'This day ofL..-_ __;. ___ A_po_s_t_le_E_._L_o_c_k_h_a_rt.:...,P_a_s_t_o_r_ _....:.......___J back to . a ccr:i tury after Dr: Jlobe.rt .Kbch annot.mced .the' TB bacilluS; \ :A!. discovery_ importao.t step . : taken towards the control of this dead. ly aisease. . : ,iiiii Day-was sponsored! .by the flea}th -0rganization the International, Vnion Against Tuberculosis d!Luog Disease (IUATLD>. was intended' to public -about the deva.Stating and ecOnomic consequeric.es of TB, )tS' on developing coun.. t;ragic 'imp' act on global heillth. :_. TB remains a threat to the .:.h-ealth and well-being of ped: -ple .. atouhd the world, the -States and -in ) lond.a : . ._., infectious '.TB. remains .the $econd leading killer: of nd. ults-in the ':Wq rl d, with Jnor e than 2 mil" lion deaths each. year. Tickets Available At Stew art, Twine & Campbell, PA 221-4454 Colle Hill Pharm 248-2767 Sterling Casino Cruise Line April 6 .. 2007 Port Cananral. FL ;, SJO PP Trip includes bus transportation, complimentary buffet and drinks during the entire cruise, slots, game tables and, a Las Vegas style show. For rcsct\'ations, contact any Charml'th.', m call (NIJ) 621-276(1 m (NIJ) 2J7--U25. r; . Thursday, March 29th 5:30 7 P.M. Middleton High School Media Center . .4801 N. 22nd St. www.FredHearn s.com E m ail: F r e d@fredhe arns .cbm 813 866 -520 5 ... ., 6 :JJ en m z m r:-aJ c: r.r z c: aJ r c;; :1: m c m < m -f c: m en c l> z ., > :JJ 6 C) m .w I l> ).-

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l ,... w CJ LOCAL _ . --Church Says Plan Now Son's Death Marks Family's 3rd Tragedy In 7 Months For Your Child's .success BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinei Editor The 2006-2007 school year is approaching its end. The Women's Planning Council at the First Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev. Abraham Brown,Senior Pastor, has planned an event to help parents. plan 'now' for their child's success in middle, high school and beyond. dents, get. them on the right track and follqw them through high school and even into college. Speaking for the Women's Council, Ms. Purify, says the group believes that if they start working. with the chil dren in grade school and iden tify their strengths and weak nesses, then direct them into an area where they can be .. PAUL GRANT BREWSTER GRANT, JR. at Faulkenti:.U.g :-., , ... Died, February 24, 2007 on Ms. Alma R. Purify, President of the Women's Council, said, "more and more African-American s are not graduating from high school. We want to stop this trend now. We believe we can do that if can get parental invoh:ement earlyt she said. "When we leave it up to the child,. they get lost in the shuffle and the end results is that they don't graduate from high school." : successful. "Without a high school diploma, very few doors can be opened," Ms. tieS. -Purify siated. '-' -:-..:. . : ;:::j. f ,'. -:. . . t motherleariled on .. :wednesday, . that her son died while an inmate at the Hmsborough County Jail.-His death the third tragedy for the family in seven months. The event will be held "We need to increase the Saturday, March 31, 2007, number of high school gradu10 a.m. to 12 p: m. at' First a ted, especially AfricanBaptist, 3838 N. 29th St., American students, who seem Ms. Elmer Booth, to be more affected," the Guidance Counselor at retired educator said. Middleton High School, For more informationon will facilitate the event, "Planning Now For Your which is open to all students; Child's Success ... ," please call regardless to race, creed or First Baptist, 248-6600. color. Mrs. Mildred Grant, the mother of 6 children, said police detectives notified her of the death of her son, Paul Bernard. Grant, 52, on Wednesday afternoon. I was . told it was possibly a heart attack, but we are waiting Planning and preparing for the future, the women's organization, has planned an interactive program to provide information needed to assist parents and students to open the doors to 'opportun. i. Ms. Booth says she has some tips to assist parents, as well as senior parents who are rearing their grandchil. dren, to help in planning for the future. The coun cil plans to identify the stu-Let The Tax Doctor Put SSSS In Your Hands' Don't Be So rry Later Call The T ax Doctor Today' ."Quality Service Is Our Golden Rule 'Yea;Raiiiiiit;' .... . 103 Hami!ton 13) 239-2787 . (2 Blocks N Of Sligh Off Flonda Ave From Pioneer Cleaners HALL'S -TAX SOLUTIONS 2700 N. Mac Dill Ave. #112 504 E. Baker St. #2 Tampa, FL 33607 Pjant City, Fl 33566 (813) 876-0125 (813) HOME FOR QUALITY . ,.... . INCOME TAX PREPARATION WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS :_ AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THIS COMING TAX SEASON / We.Offer: Express RALS (3 Minutes) . .. RAL (Refund Anticipation Loans) .: RAC (Refund Anticipati _on Checks): Electronic Filing : .,. Direct Deposit.FREE Pick-up & Delivery s.. 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Parashis; spokesperson for. then my brother-m-law, th T p 1 B G J e ampa o Ice SA VAN rewster rant, r., (also D t t B t -known as Muhammad epar men er NAH, Akbar), was -beaten in Grant, Jr., known as A convicted Carver City last month and child moles-died 3 days later," Mrs. was found at the ter ana his Grant said: of Hubert and Arch around 8 'father took CHRISTOPHER According to Ms. Debbie on the of turns MICHAEL Carter, spokesperson for the Fe?.ruary 21st. . ally assaultBARRIOS Hillsborough County He .was found s emi-con ing a 6-year. Sheriffs Office Paul Grant scious the road and taken old boy while the. molester's who had been' to St. Joseph's Hospital,: mother watched, then they. since October 30th; . was a ; where his condition steadily. choked the boy to. death, at thejail. worsened. It was later according to an indictment "He worked at night doing he issued Wednesday. things that can't be done" w.It?m his head his. conThe indictment charges all during the. day so ii is not ditiOn_ turned critical and three. family _members wit. h uncommon for them to sleep life-threatening," .she late. But when he didn't Mrs. Grant said he died 3 murder child molestation d 1 t go to lunch, one of the ays .a er,_.q,ever.regammg. in the slaying of young inmates went in to check on consciOusness. His funeral Christopher Michael hiin and: called the : -3rd. The Barrios, whose body was . "The medical staff was mvestigatlon,mto the found last Thursday inside a .called and he was rendered .' is continuing. . .. . trash bag dumped by a road-medical assistance before .--.Funeral for side. being transported to Tam.pa > Grant. were as of District Attorney Stephen GeneraJ Hospital; he;, :: : D. Kelley said he will seek. _-was p ronounced .. Holton the death penalty against 32arrival," Ms. Carter can (813) year-old George David -:. Grant = 248-1921:1:0r.. Edenfield, who has .a prior made in ;. irls@flsmtineLcoin.' .:_ : child molestation conviction .. .,:l .. : :,,, ,., :. : -.... ..' . from 1997, . and parents; David and Peggy Edenfield. The. indictment says Christopher died from asphyxiation March 8 -the day he was reported missing -:-after the susP.ects choked him "ignoring his com plaints that they were hurting him." -_It also claims George Edenfield and his old father sodomized the boy and forced him to perform oral sex while Peggy Edenfield watched and mas turbated 21 ........ ..... 151.11 .... S2UI ...... U1ll' SUI .. r ... ....... -.... S1UI -SDUI ...... 22072111111. Ta R 33805. l813J 248-1921 ..<

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LOCAL 5th Annual HCC Presidential Showcase Planned On Thursday, March 29th, 300 special guests will be on hand for the 5th Annual Hillsborough Community. College Presidential Showcase. The event will "take-place from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., at the Hillsborough Community College, Ybor City Campus. Entitled, "A Night 1n Ybor," the annual event will 'benefit': 'the' Hillsborough Community_ ----College .. 'l'his year, "'li'}lf,;;l'---. oS1 . '" ' -. Colleg:g": Presi.d'e 'rit; Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, -and Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio will serve as the ho'stesses . The event will feature cuisine and libations reminiscent of "Old Ybor," live entertaimrient, a tal ent show, and -other events by some of the college's most talented students. Those in attendance will PAMIORIO Tampa Mayor have an opportunity to participate in a silent auction that includes sports,. art, _entertainment, travel, jewel. ry, and gift items. One of the more sought after gifts is a special dinner at the home of President Stephenson and her. husband, Steve. DR. GWENDOLYN STEPHENSON President ofHCC Anyone wishing to obtain additional information about the event or ticket availabili. ty can contact Ms. Sarah Morgan, Annual Fund Coordinator of the HCC Fou.ndation at (813).-253-7114. Historic -Preservation committee :-To..Decide Fate Of -Sch-ool. -, Fir more lnlormauon. please call 18131 m-5931 : DeeJav: "Siul Pai1v CreW" 1188.5 FM Photos Bv: Geuri_ e Streets -======== STATE "T1 :Jl 0 Black Caucus Promises To Protect FAMU_ 5i . n During Financial Crisis REP. CURTIS RICHARDSON -. Fun-Party . MoonwalkS. are the . latest party craze, Regtstared, Ucensed, so let our Juinplng and lnsuiad . : : Ballooias be the hit Birtllday parties,. -:..._ .-at your next event : .. r-Rodet Shtp dlun:bes, ;:' .. lllinlonS. fwldraa.s, -. -'-eb:. . AskaMIIe Uc.# 03-57 0785141 . ..... Ul: I ')>

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Trash talking in sports seems to be on the rise and getting out of hand. Sports are right to try_ to eliminate it on the field of play. Trash talking has its place, but it should not be during a con test. Before and after J a contest is the more appropriate place. In football, all of the funky dances the athletes do after a good play should 1;>e stopped. It is also a form of trash talk-ing, and should be rewarded with a 15-yard penalty. It has gotten so bad that trash talking has led to fights, criminal charges, threats of lawsuits and it sets bad exampies for young kids. called by friends, said he will always be a Jefferson fan, and will attend games in the future. Coach Washington was a colorful and dedicated coach. Jefferson will miss him. Durant: Smart And Articulate Kevin Durant, the. 6'1i" power forward at: University of Texas is one of the most after players by every prp basketball. team. Not only is he a suJ)er. star player, but he is intelligent. and articulate too. Durant is the odds on favorite to win the Player of the Year award. After lost in the Jefferson Cager Coach NCAA basketball tourna-Resigns ment, Durant was asked Jefferson High School boys about' his future plans as a basketball coach, Henry pro. The freshman calmly Washington, 'Jr., has replied that he deemed the resigned, and will no longer question io be' inappropriate support the team. The coach at this time. His major ccin-. is the son of popular former cern was the future of the athlete, and now school team and his teammates administrator, Henry hurt for losing the game. 'Shake' Washington. Very well said. Young Washington told this.. Ohio State Greg Ogden writer that he re signed to go and Durant, without a into private business. doubt, will be one and two in. "Two Boy," as the is the upcoming NBA J?raft. Coach'sWife ln;"'Finals Of .Dunk And Dip' SPORTS Two Weeks Later, W a de's Still Alllng Michael Fined For Comments CHARLOTTE, N.C., -The NBA fined Charlotte Bobcats part-owner Michael Jordan $15,000 for discussing Texas freshman Kevin Durant dur ing an interview last week. Team coaches and execu tives are barred from talking about underclassmen who have yet to deClare for the NBA draft. But in ari interview with The Charlotte Observer,, last' Tuesday, The Miami Heat have won u .. Jord8n.Lstid he interestof 13 since their star player;. 'ed in versatile players and Dwyane Wade has been "The kid who may pre- . sent that is the kid in Texas. (He) may have that because MIAMI -Dwyane Wade he has all the right signs." . ., I I ': ( MICHAELJORDAN sat before a bank of microA Bobcats spokesman phones on March. 5, saying Tuesday confirmed the fine, he would need at least two which is at least the second in weeks of rehabilitating his a week for an NBA team dislocated left -shoulder involving Durant, the 6-foot. before .deciding whether to 10 forward who is expected to return to the Miami Heat be the first or second overall this pick_ {f he declares forthe draft. . The Boston Ccltics were fined $30,000 after general manager Danny Ainge sat next to Durant's mother dur. ing the Big 12 tournament. It's been two weeks. Still, no one knows for sure when the NBA finals MVP will be back. NFL Hopeful Tweaks Hamstring Durlni Pro Day And if a timetable exists, Wade isn't saying just yet. Defensive end Charles "Physically, I'm 'Johnson pulled up with a good," Wade said Monday on "twe_llked" left hamstring a : conference call to after finishing his second 40-announce. his plan for yard dash at Georgia's Pro upgrading his :old high Day on Tuesday. There was school gym at Richards High no pull or tear of the muscle, in Oak Lawn, Dl., a Chicago Johnson said, but he will suburb. "I've been working receive treatment and told out every day and doing to be cautious before the what they're telling me to April 28-29. NFL Draft, do. So I'm doing all right." where he is expected to be somewhat surp:iisingly, so the first Georgia player are the Heat_:-who; even selected. without their leading scorer, Adam Davis, NFL draft have rallied nicely to rise in expert from Consensus Draft the Eastern Conference play-Services, is -projecting off chase. Johnson as a second-round JOHNSON pick, and he has the possibility of working his way into the late first round with gQod workouts. . f. ; Ron Artest Charged ._,.With 4 Misdemeanors::-::: I Attest took a phone from the '.:woman first time she tried to cau9n. . l When she reached 911, the _woman t : that the family Hummer the home, accordipg to a re!!_ ord ing of the call released by the sherifrsdepartment. The woman then told a dispatcher .. that her finger was cut and, -her leg sera tched, and tlia_ t she broke the. windshield of the vehicle. . I .

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Harding Accepts .Invite To U.S. Women's Player Pool .Duke guard Lindsey Harding has accepted an invitation to join the 2007-08 USA women's senior national team pool, PSA Basketball said Tuesday. inclusion of Harding brings the U.S. pool for inter national competitions in the next two years to 22 players. '1'here ate; so many players on teilm thaLJ've watched as I gro,;;ing ui).; I WaS just was excned, 'it's-like a dream come true. This is something I've always wanted to so siiice .I started playing bas-LINDSEY HARDING ketball," Harding said in a ahead and we needed to get release issued by USA her into theinix." Basketball. The U.S. women's team is Harding, a 5-foot-8 senior scheduled to tour Italy April guard from Houston, has led 7-19, with a game against Duke to two ACC tourna-the Italian National Team, a ment. titles, two Final F.ours pair of professional teams and ,last,year's. and. a final'game against a championship game. regional all-star squad. "Her play this year, her Lindsey's college team, leadership abilities and the the Duke Blue Devils made success she's had in leading the Sweet 16. after defeating Duke this season really stood the Temple Owls on Tuesday out in the Coinmittee's' eyes," night. Lindsey scored 18 said conin1ittee chair and points in the gaine. This is WNBA the. 10th year the Blue Devils operations-Renee Brown. have made it to the Sweet !- :::c (") :::t 1\) 1\) 0 0 ..... my mind and in my heart, I Word is Kobe Bryant has felt that it was time for me to already called University Of move on." Texas basketball star, Coach John Brady said GLEN 'BIG BABY' DAVIS Kevin Durant on behalf of last week the 290Nike. The reported shoe deal pound jmrlor had been meet-and hoped to. build on that ranging between $30 million 1"ng w1"th agents. and was thi U t l h s year. n1or unate y t at .and $50 million simply leaning toward turning pro. didn't happen." needs to be presented. DaVI's averaged 17.7 po1"nts D h d "th av1s as s1gne w1 Durant, is a 6'9 freshman, and 10.4 rebounds th1"s seaH t b d J. h ous on; ase agent o n who has many speculating son, missing several games Hamilton of Performance his early entry into the NBA. late in the year because of a Sports Management but will Durant was selected. as strained quadriceps. He is reniain enrolled at LSU until the 2006-2007 Phillips 66 the only LSU player other .. the end ofthe semester : The f! Big 12 Player of the Year than Shaq uille O'Neal w"th. NBA' d. ft fr 0 an.d received numerous other s pre-ra camp lS om :::c career totals May 2g to June 5 in Orlando, 1,500 points, 900 rebounds _tahnedre.r;>avls e xpects .. be and 100 blocks . Davis was VI runner for National Player ari 'AP second team B d "d h d d m of the Year honors. ra Y sal e a Z America selection during the Davis to turn ;pro unless he .:::! Barber Slgris With Texans SHAWN BARBER Unrestricted free agent linebacker Shawn Barber, a nine-year vete_ran who revived his career with a strong performance. for the Philadelphia Eagles iii 2006, on Tuesday signed withthe Houston Texans. The contract is for three years and about $5 million. Barber chose the Texans over the Tennessee Titans after visiting last week with officials from both teams. Barber, 32, will be joining his fourth different franchise. His stint with Philadelphia last season was his second with the Eagles. After i-njuries limited Barber .to just 11 games with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2004-2005, he re-established himself last season as one of the NFL's best .cover linebackers last season, as he appeared in 13 contests. Playing primarily as a weak side linebacker in nickel sit. uations, Barber notched 60 tackles and posted a best nine passes defensed. 2005-06 season, when LSU was. fu1ly ;committed to went to the Final Four. returning t'o LSU for his r "Last' year, the team had senior year:.The coach told m great success. I was part of Davis not to .. his deci? only four [LSU] teams to sion purely on scouts' projec-J;; .make it to the Final Four," tic;ms abou,t how high he'd ; :::! said. "I decided to stay picked in the NBA draft. Z ,:. :J. f' Nevv Basketball Coach. At. Princeton? .. ., c: m r c;; :::t m c The hot name to take over m for Princeton coach Joe will be Sydney Johnson. Johnson' the for--1 mer Princeton point guard C: who led the Tfgers to their rn monumental NCAA win over C UCLA in 1996. as the team -captain and helped them )> back to the NCAA SYDNEY JOHNSON Tournament. the 1 ., season. Johnson is current-He brings to the Hoy as an :::c : ly an assistant coach to for-acute understanding of the 6 mer Prl.nceton coach John. game of basketball that is a Thompson, III at : George. direct result of legendary town. ' accomplishments . at Johnson is in his-third Princeton and extensive year as a member of the professional career on the Geo .. rgetown coa h. t ff international circuit. . e mg sa Driver's License Suspended?. REVOKED FOR 5 YRS ?? Get a VALID License Within 2 Months Call CAPS (813) 250-0227 Now Also Assisting with: ACCIDENTS wiNO INSURANCE and o er --, I

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c a: u. c z <( c en w ::::) ..... i:t w > w c w l: en ::::;. ll'l ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) ll'l ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. _ FUNERALS MS. SHERDINE -MONTFORD .. '.oi.., Graveside services for Ms. Sherdine Montford.:of 311 W. Wilder Ave., who passed away, Thursday, March 15, 2007, will held, at 11 a. m. on Saturday, March 24, 2007, at Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery, Thonotosassa. Sherdine was born February -2{-1960, in Jacksonville, to Barbara and Bill Montford. She was a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist'Church, Thonotosassa. Ms. Montford was the caterer and o'wner of Minnie's and Sherrie's Catering-and a retired assis' taD.t pastry chef at the Hyatt Regency Westshore. She leaves to mourn. and cherish her memories: her daughter, Carolyn Ronette Cole and spouse, Anthony, both of Tampa; grandchildren, Alexis J a mil Cole, Tatiana Kelis Cole and Antonette Sharon Cole, all of Tampa; parents, Barbara Hart, of Tampa and Bill Montford and spouse, Bea, both of Macon, Georgia; brothers, Leon Adkins apd spouse, Angela and Larry MR. ROBERT LEE. JOHNSON, SR .. -;: : MRS. GERALDINEn:na for Mr. THOMAS-JOHNSONrfT '.. ' Robert Lee John.son, Sr., . ,,. who p_assed away on Funeral services' for 'Mrs:: Tuesday, March 13,2007, wU,l 'Geraldine be conducted on Saturday,. will be held Saturday March March 24, 2007, at 1p. m. at 24, 2007, at 1 p.m. at The Harmon Funeral Home Center For Manifestation, 'Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, 3104 E. Lake Ayenue, with Tampa, with Pastor Robert : Apostle Mark Jones, pastor, Johnson, Jr.; officiating; officiating. There will be a Interment will follow in private-Interment following Sunset Memory Garden, the service. Thonotosassa. :. .... ,, Geraldine Thomas-Johnson Mr. Robert Lee Johnson,'. was born on June 26,1968, in. Sr. was born on March 21 St. Petersburg, and relocated 19h, in .Treutlen County:. to Tampa, during her child-. Georgia, to the late Mr. and .. hc;od. S_he graduated from Mrs. Walter and Jannie Lee Kmg H1gh School and fur-johnson. '. thered her education in He was preceded in death Medical A;ssisting and by: his. father, Mr. Walter Health S_he enJOYt;d Johnson; his mother, Mrs. m Jannie Lee Johnson and his such areas. a_s. American Heart Association and Feed brother, Mr. Luc1ous th Ch'ld F d t' e 1 ren oun a Ion. Johnson (Pee-Wee). She-leaves to cherish her He t? cherish memory: husband of 24 memo?':. his wife, Mrs. Annie years, Phillip Johnson; chilLee Wdhams Johnson; sons, dren, Nicole Johnson and Pastor R?bert Johnson, Jr. Nyah Johnson; brothers and and Wife, Sharon of sisters, : Johnny Fred Clearwater, and Mike Thomas Yolanda Thomas _Gordon of Dublin,.Georgia; Daniels of. st: daughters, Charlene Petersburg, Theresa Jinks, McCloud and husband, Christine Valdez and MRS. DOROTHY "DOT" MATTHEW" ., GAINOUS : -.:
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FUNERALS North Babylon, NY, Frank Cail (Marian), George Cail (LaBertha"), Gregory Hepburn (Linda), and David Hepburn, all of Tampa, Bristol Ellington (Brenda) of Henderson, NV, Michael Ellington (Wylene) of Ft. Lauderdale, JUlius Ellington (Eunice) and Matthew Courtney Ellington (Shoranda), both of Atlanta, GA; nieces, Barbara Hepburn Ford (Ben) of Prince George, VA, Josephine Williams Triplett (Herman) of Annapolis, MD, Ruthie Williams Johnson -of Annapolis, MD, Alva Cail Williams (David), Veronica Cail Ramirez, Dreanan MRS. ELIZABETH ANN GAY -MR. SAMUEL WILLIAMS, JR. MR. JESSE B. Williams Knight and Shawn Inc. of First Baptist Keystone Cail A wan, all of Tampa, Mrs. Gay was preceded ;n Church and was employed as Tawanda Ellington of -death. by:_ her parents, a Senior Financial Officer at Funeral services Mr.' / MR. HOW'ADD __ Burlington, NJ, LaTasha Lonnie and Willie Mae Ross Tampa College. We will Jesse B. Comer of 2309 East- ..tU'-Barnes of Mobile, AL, Tonya Lattimore; husband, Herman remember Sam's words, "I Linebaugh_ wlio .IIEPBURN i! 1 Thorpe -(Tony) of Atlanta, Gay, Sr., daughter, Naomi won't complain, because I passed-. away 1. ;:, GA, Melanese CristwellAile:q Stevens; brother, Neal am leaning on the everlast-March 10, 2007, 'at James A. Mr. Howard Hepburn of (Darryl) of Leesburg, VA, Lattimore and sisters Mary ingarms". -Haley VA Medical Center, West Tampa passed away Carelia Lucret (David) of Bell An'derson Rachel He was preceded in death will be held Saturday, March Tuesday, March 13, 2007, at Marietta, GA, Nonnetta : Wilcox Lorine Robinson and by: his parents, Samuel 24, 2007, at 1 p. m. from James A. Haley Veterans Porter (Christopher) of Ft. ,-Willie Mae Davis. . Williams, Sr. and Margaret Deeper Life Ministries, 3300 Administration Hospital. Lauderdale, Natasha She leaves to cherish her Williams; grandparents, North Nebraska Avenue, Funeral services will be conRichmond '?f Greensbor? 'memories: her son, Hei-man Tommy Hayes, Sr. and Lillie with the Bishop M. B. ducted Saturday, March 24, NC; cousins, Freddie _(Sonya) Gay, Jr.; daughters, Mae Carolina Hayes; and Jefferson, pastor. Interment 2007, at 12 noon at Mt. Sinai Hepburn of Hollywood,_ Grace (Julius) Bryant, Kathy great, great grandparents, wm be in the Florida AME Zion Church, 2909 N. of Miami, Gay cox, Shirley Gay, Daisy Peter and Mattie Brown National Cemetery, Bushnell, Nebraska Avenue, Reverend Cannon_ and Sarah Gay Willis, Elizabeth Ann Carolina.. on Monday, March 26, 2007, Samuel Zakay, pastor, Wh1ttmgton; and of Gay, and-Lula (Edward) He leaves to cherish his at 11 a. m., with full military Reverend Dr. C. T. Kirkland, close r_elahves and Wormley; 21 grandchildren, memory: brothers, Michael honors given. eulogist, and Reverend frieJ?-ds, to Include, the 28 grandchildren, and Williams, Sr., Eric D. Mr. Jesse B. Comer was a Aaron Hobley, officiating. Colhns, Russells, Lesters, 17 great, great grandchil-Johnson and ,. fiancEe, native of E'nterprise, Interment will be Monday, Taylors, dren; many ';lieces, including Katrail, and Ernest Johnson, Alabama, born December 27, March 26 at 11 a. m. at Wdhams,. Burtons, special nieces, Karen all of Tampa, Charles 1940. He attended the public. Florida National Cemetery, Aliens, Whitson and Daisy Cooper; Williams and Dexter schools of Enterprise, Bushnell, with Military Wh1ttmgtons, nephews, ncluding special Williams of Queen, NY; 'sis-Alabama, before moving to Honors. Elhngtons,_ Coffees, Gathers, nephew, Johnnie Whitson; ter, Valerie Williams and Tampa, in 1957, where he :Mr. Hepburn was preceded Johnsons, Josephs, Jones, cousins other relatives andfamily of Tampa; nieces and attended high school in in death by: his-parents, Mr. Myers, Harris, Smiths, friends.' :' nephews, Miya D. Williams, Hillsborough County. He met Henry Hepburn, and Clarks, Greens, THERE WILL BE NO PUBMichael Williams, Jr., and and married Vera Hasmson Camille Hepburn; and Hemmingways, and LIC VIEWING. their mother, Marlene, all of Comer in 1958, and to this. daughter, Katherine B. countless others.,;.. Arrangements entrusted to Tampa; uncles, Tommy union 5 children were born, Hepburn. -The remains will repose RAy WILLIAMS FUNERAL 'Hayes, Jr. and wife, Juanita, Jesse B., Jr. (deceased), He leaves to cherish his after 5 p.m. today, March 23, HOME Rhodes & Northern and Charles Williams and Helen, Alvin, Timmy and memory: his wife of 64 years, 2007, at Ray Williams wife, Claudia; a host of Tyrone Comer. Leola Lester Hepburn; chil-Funeral Home, 301 N. cousins, devoted friends, Jesse served faithfully for dren, Dr. Carolyn Hepburn Howard-Avenue, and' the Wayne Robinson, Kim his country in-the United Collins {Norris), Malcolm A u. American Legion MR. SAMUEL Walker, Beverly Roberson "States Army from January 6, Hepburn (Angel), Mark C. Legion Post 167 Ceremony JR .and Gary Presley. 1967, toSeptember 28, 1971, Hepburn, Debra H. Taylor will be at 6 p. m_ . The family WILLIAMS, The remains will repose when he was medically-dis and Matthew D. Hepburn will receive friends at. 1748 after 5 p. m. on charged with an Honorable (Carolyn E.); brothers and W. Beach Street. Mr. Samuel Williams, Jr. of March 23, 2007, at Ray Discharge f\lietnam War). He sisters, Henry Hepburn of Arrangements entrusted to 4002 W. River Place Drive, Williams Funeral Home, 301 was a faithful member of Florence, SC, Harold RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL passed away Wednesday, -N. Howard Avenue and the Deeper Life Ministries. Hepburn of Columbia, SC, HOME, Rhodes & Northern, -March 14, 2007. Funeral ser-family will receive friends H d d d th M h H b C 'I d 0 vices will be conducted e was prece e m ea art a ep urn a1 an wners. -from 7:30-8:30 'p. m. at the by: his first wife. Vera Mae Camille Hepburn Williams; Saturday, March 24, 2001, at Chapel. Comer Woodard; parents;-grandchildren, Norris 3 P m. at Mount Tabor -Arrangements entrusted to James and Mozel Murray; Howard Collin_s, Jr. MRS. ELIZABETH Missionary Baptist Church, RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL son, JesseB._Comer, Jr.; (Esperanza) of Tallahassee, ANN GAY 2606 W. Grace Street, HOME, Rhodes & Northern, granddaug,hter, Telicia Katherine -Hepburn of ReverendT. D. Leonard, pas-Owners. -Comer; and. grandson, Dallas, TX, Michelle Walker Mrs. Elizabeth Arm Gay, 83 tor, with Reverend Barron Timothy (Tom) Comer, Jr.-(Tyrone) of Tampa, Dr. Corey Madison, officiating. J-1 t h" ) formerly of Wimauma, and a Interment wi'll tiollow in Rest esse eaves o mourn IS Orel (Dr .. Gwenes1a resident of Columbus, OH, demise:, 'wife, Leoretha -. of Ht;Ights, MI, for 62 years, passed away Haven 'Memorial Par:k Claybourne Comer; children, Jermarne Xavier. Saturday, March 10, 2007. .Cemetery. Helen -Comer, Alvin (A b ) f Col bra SC -Mr. Williams was a lifelong m er o urn Fimeral services will be CDD d (VcDonna) Comer, Timmy Tamara Danik.a_ Taylor ducted Saturday, March 24, resident of Tampa, an was Comer, and Tyrone (Renita) Jefferson (Qumton) of 2007, at 12 noon at Ray by the School ,., Comer; grandchildren; MD, Malcolm Williams Memorial Chapel, 'District of Hillsborough Bridgette Comer1 Shenca A. 11! 301, N r Howard_ Avenue. County. He was a 1979 grad-Comer, Alfred Johnson, 'Jr.,-Hepburn; S1r Michael Interm-ent wUI follow in uate of Leto High School. James Williams, Rashad.:. Anthony Hepburn Russell, Garden of Memories Mr. Williams was a member Williams, Demetrius ', Hepburn; C . Marcus : Yashica Hepburn Roseboro,.emetery. f Cater C .omer M k H b J D I ., Mrs. Gay wasa member o TimothY. Come;; j".,_ Asahlr Mep .. G rl., X.vRefuge Baptist . r > o , ey, arJone, ona, an C 1 b OH h h Comer, i. Amad ,Hepburn, alP > of o urn. us,. ere s e Tyeisha Comer Tyrone T t d h"ld -served 10 the. ch01r. She was Comer j 'r. ''l'yneshia Jfea 1 .,,an honorary Elk_ Member Conier'a"host of great ..l..andodrriis ohwaor 1 c0 1 11 .s, f' and was employed with I -15 an saJa re 0 IDS 0 s 't ell d M children his siblings Fannie T II h L k" S tt f umm1 ase an acy, a a e 1a co o Murray-Wright . z c "TT ll c

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c a: u. c z c c 13 :;:) .t-w > w c w l: 0 ::i m :;:) Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 :;:) m ...J w z i= z w tn C c a: 0 ...1 u. I. FUNERALS ----1 Ray Williams [ ---' MRS. HORTENSE l Death IN MEMORY OF I Notice : -----------------MS. JOE ANN REED OLIVIA BRINSON MR. TONY WILCOX WHITAKER .. : Ms. Joe Ann Reed. of Mr. Tony Wilco,C of 2710 E :, Tampa, passed away, Funeral services for Mrs. Columbus Drive, passed Sunday, March 18, 2007. Hortense Olivia Brinson away on.l\farch 11, 2007. Funeral services will be'con-Whitaker of 3015 East Sligh. Funeral services will be in ducted Saturday, March 24, Avenue, who passed away at Chiefland. 2007, at 10 a.m. at Beulah home on Monday, March 19, If you need more informs-Baptist Institutional Church, 2007, will be held Saturday, -tion, call Cora at (813) 325-1006 W. Cypress Street, with March 24, 2007, at 1 p. m. at .. 3090. Reverend Dr. W. James Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, 7401 Favorite, pastor, and with Kissimmee Street, Port I .. I Reverend Whitney, Tampa, with Rev. Dwayne IN.:.. officiating. Interment will .'Gaddis, officiating. Interment . .. M. E.-MO. Rl AM -.: follow in Rest Haven will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park' Cemetery. Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Reed was a lifelong Mrs. Whitaker was preced-resident of Tampa, and was ed in death by her husband of. educated by the School 36 years, Leroy Whitaker in District -of Hillsborough 1996. County. She leaves to cherish memo-She was preceded in death ries of her: a loving by: her mother, Inez Reed; devoted daughter, Pamela father, Thomas Reed; grand- Hayes-Austin and husband, mother, Precious Howard; Edward; a loving and devoted grandfather, .AJihur How&rd; son, Attorney Carl R. Hayes and two brothers, -Ronald and :wife, grandchil Reed and Thomas Reed. Jr. dren, . Harrold, She leaves to cherish her Harmonica Burns, Crystal, memory: son, Ronald Walton, Carl, II, Kaylen, Camryn and Jr.; daughters, Rhonda Kyndall Hayes; great grand-Walton and Rolonda children, Eric, Leroy, and friend, Frank Greene; Larisha, Leander Harrold five grandchildren, De' Andre and Ahmad Kennedy; 3 devot-Christopher, Lorenzo ed brothers, Ernest Brinson Marchman, Biousha Greene, and wife, Emma, Panama Thomas Kegler and LoMario City, Louis Brinson and wife, Marchman; great grandchild, Gynita, and Ronnie 'Brinson; Adriana Arocha; two sisters,. a host of devoted cousins, Florrie Jones and husband, other relatives, extended lam-ST January 10, 1982 January 5,-2007 .. Gerald of Thomasville GA, ily and friends. and Brenda Howard of Hortense was born in Port 'I thank God for bringing you back nto my life. Only Tainpa; two uncles, Roy Tampa, on October 23, 1933, He knew you'd be leaving 8o Howard of Tampa, an_ d Bis_by to the late Fannie Derotha --soon. I cherish every minute Howard and wife, Marzel of Brinson and the late Louis spent with you. Yo:u are the Alberquerque, NM; great Brinson, Sr. She attended and love of my life . aunt, Ruby Humphrey of graduated _: Loving_ you.:...and_missing -" -Thomasv-ille, a very Douglass Junior High School, you. Enodsiaand Lyric devoted friend, Charles Port Tampa, and Middleton : Williams; a.nd a host,. of other Se:qior High School, class of' ,----------------. relatives and friends. l'r'. 1951. She was a lifetime mem-_ -- chapel. fun era!; Owners.. . .Will arrange fro m -l-( ..... 8111811 li!ll!liil illll l !illlill!l;lll!illlll!lilllil l lllillll ... rumm:::m:em::mm : JJ Sligh Avenue and mends are J as'ked to assemble .-th' e church at approxim&'tely 12:45 p. m. at the church. "A WILSON SERVICE" "Remember Them They lVere" -Creative Eye Catching -Realistic M'!numents Quality Products At Great Prices rior Engraving Doni! By Experienced Mastercraftsmen Our loving Dennis passed away on at25/2003. 'Left: her husband, daughter, sons, nieces, nephew a.nd friends to mourn her loss. 1 May her soul in peace MRS. ZENOLA PUGH DAVIS -August 17, 1929 -March 21, 2006 We thought of you today that is nothing new. We thought of you yesterday, and days before that, too. We think of you in silence.We often speak your name. But all we have are memories and your picture in a frame. YoD.r memory is our keepsake with which we will never part. God has you in His keep-ing, we have you in Qur heart. Loved and missed very, very much by: your daughters, Evelyne L. and Anna M. Davis-Ivery; your son, Robert (Bob) L. Davis, Jr. and their families; and your sisters, Hattie and Annie Laura and their families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM Eight years ago, I placed an ad announcing your sweet -16. This family never would have imagined that for your birthday, instead of an announcement, it would be a memoriam. Ronnette, we miss and lo-ve you more than words can explain. Happy birthday, sweetheart. Love always, Mika, Tom, Val, Tamara, Tiara andL. 'T. -;-.

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MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM ffiiS JACKSON It's been five years since you passed. We still love you .and think about you. Your family. ' "'" .. MRS. MILDRED .... CLARK Sunrise: October 21, 1927 Sunset: March -25, 2005 ;--[ . .. :-: .... You. are God alone, the only one. No of His greatness your,, mercy in everlasting. Mill it'!l been two., years since God called you home. God lead you all the way . from earth to heaven. To live in His kingdom in paradise We bold precious memories, you will always be sadly missed but never forgotten. Love everlasting. Your loving family and friends. 'BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM RICHARD KNOTT Today we celebrate your birthday: Everyday :we celebrate you. Your laughter and sense of humor are truly missed. Happy birthday to my son, our brother, our loved one. The family. IN MEMORY OF. O.UR BE ,LOVED SGT. EPHRIAM v-. RANSOM, SR. March 25, 1941-December 12, 2003 Happy 66th birthday! "Give thank to the Lord, for He is good. His love endur!i!S forever! We love and miss you very much, Yogi!" From, your inother, Carrie Family -Omega, Pauline, Beta, Sophia, Jimmy, Pete, Teddy, Sharon, Ephriam,'Jr., Valerie, Ebony, Matt, David and family. . ... :: It been one year .since ., MARY .W. . , you left us, yo.u went hom.e' SPANN-CAMPBELL to rest and 1t broke my M h 24 1942 heart. We know you are in a arc better place now, no more' 20,2004 pain and no more sorro:w. .. God took you home to be Death leaves a heartache with Him, there's not a day "no. one' CaD heal. Love leaves that goes by that I don't a memory no one can steal. think of you. I love and miss : Gone, yet not forgotten. you so much and the sound Although we are apart, of your voice will always be your spirit lives within me, in our hearts. you are forever in my heart. We love you. Your broth Happy 65th birthday sister! ers, sisters, your children With love. Your niece, and all the family. Cynthia V; Spann-Bootb, and Your mother, Constance the Spann, Settle, Dupree "Mrs . Connie" Polite. .: . and Jackson families. IN MEMORY OF A LOVING HUSBAND AND FATHER GEORGE MACK JOLLIFF With each memory our hearts are reminded that nothing can ever take away the beauty we have known . For your love remains a part of us forever! Love, your wife and children. CARD OF THANKS A THANK YOU MESSAGE MR. ALBERT DAVIS .. . The of the late Albert Davis would like to express their sincere gratitude for your many deeds and sym-.. pathetic expressions. Thank you for your prayers, visits, telephone calls, flowers, cards and other acts rendered during his illness and our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Rev: Dr. C: P. Epps and the Mt. Olive M. B. Church family, all friends, LifePath Hospice Red Team Staff and Harmon Funeral. Home. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered in THANK YOU DAVID 'MOSES BROWN Pastor Moses Brown and family would like to thank everyone for the kindness and generosity you showed us during the death of David Moses Brown; -CARD OF THANKS our hearts. May God bless and. keep each of you. : J The Davis Family. THANK YOU FANNIE MAE / JOHNSON .... NADINE I. SEAY. We, the family of Nadine 1; Seay, would like to acknowl edge and thank everyone for their many acts of kindness. A special thanks for the love and support that was shown as each of you opened your hearts to us during this time of mourning. May God bless each of you and your families. . . ..... .. .. MR. ALONZO F . The family of the late Fannie Mae Johnson would like to thank the wonderful and caring people who really went out of their way to be helpful in so many ways; As always with kindness and a smile. Perhaps, you gave flowers, food, and cards or gave money it was real ly appreciated and we pray that you know that beyond a doubt you all are wonderful people. The family of the late, Mr. .. Special thanks to the nelgh Alonzo F. Barnes, Sr. would like bors on' 79th Street, Croton to express with gratitude the Avenue and Endive Avenue. To prayers, cards and other acts of., Rev. Joe Gay and his congrega kindness shown ,to the family, in tion of St. James Church ourhourofbereavement. : and most of all to Rev. James A .special' thanks to. First : Givins and the wonderful con .. Baptist. C,..urch, of ofeMt. Olive A.M.E.: 'Villap ud St. John CathedraL Church Wilson Funeral : May Go4 to ilbower His . liOaat; aaci tbelr 8taft. ;: t blliPaPODJOaaiL' ., '. From ttieeatirei.Johaoa,' Betty .. 'Andrew, and, WatenfamllieS..-:, The family of Tedrick Maynard would like to thank everyone sharing in the loss of our dear loved one. We appreciate all your prayers, visits, cards, food, and gifts oflove. Special thanks to: From The Heart Min. Pastor Curtis Swaft'ord and all our church fam ily. Also Rev. Murray, Greater Friendship and church family. Our family at Lee Davis and USF, Rev. James Bivens of West Palm Beach, and Min. Melvin Bivens .. Also Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. Love and thanks to everyone, too many to name. : Sincerely, the Knowles, Bivens Maynard families. .. . has provided the highest standqrd ... in funeral services for over 70 years. 1 Ray Williams. Funeral Home ,.. Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813). 253 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net . ., r-0 :c (/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c::_ r-m -f z "C c:: m c CJ) ::I: m 0 1 m < m -f c:: m (/) c )lo z 0 "'I' :a 1 "<.

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!:; 0 N (f) N J: () a: < R&B Singer-Songwriter Luther Ingram Dies NATIONAL Don King Gets -Front Rovv Seat For Pope ST. LOUIS -Luther Ingram, the R&B singer and a: best known for u.. the hit "If Loving You Is Louisiana's Gov. Blanco Won't Seek Another Term c 'i:t u.. c z < ?( c U) w I-ii: w ru c W .:::t: ,tJ) :J m ':::J Q. z :ffi ...J ...J m w z i= z w tJ) t 0 ...J .u.. '. Wrong (1 Don't Want to Be Right)," has died. He was 69. Ingram died Monday at a Belleville, Ill., hospital of heart failure, friend and journalist Bernie Hayes said Tuesday, He had sqffered for years.from diabetes, kidney disease and partial blindness, his Jacqui Ingram, said. Ingram .performed w.ith Ike Turner at in E:asi St. Louis, roomed with Jimi Hendrix in New York' and was the opening. 'act. for lsaac recorded' the and. per-formed in concert until the mid-1990s, when his health began deClining. Siavery;.Museum Says __ ro Request -._: To Retum Donation .. GOV. KATHLEEN BLANCO BATON ROUGE, La. -Gov. Kathleen Blanco, whose popularity plummeted after two hurricanes devastated Louisiana during her term, announced. Tuesday that she will not s .eek reelection. Blanco has been burclened FREDERICKsBURG, Va. this donation, .the m:useum is by the. sluggish pace ofrecov-An anti-smoking group joining forces with a compa-ery and by pressure. within called on the' U.S. National ny that continues to target the Democratic Party, but Shivery tO return a children for another form of she said she wanted to push donation from tobacco giant slavery," Myers wrote. through important Philip Morris USA, saying The museum, which is in tives without having to the company children the midst of a $165 'million worry. about _political consid"for another form of slavery." capital campaign, does not erations. : . __ : .: Matthew L. Myers;. pres-plan to return the $200,000 ani do;ing this so we can ident of the. G all!pa,ign for< donation, spokesman Matt 'work without interference Tqbacco-Fre"e ;Kfds,' sf:mt Langan said. : . . from election 'year politics," letter to the :pJus{mm's Museum officials ha:Ve. she said. in a televised tive direetor ; Vonita Foster, i called. on: indus-tries like appearance from the goverlast week. the ; tobacco that originally benenor's mansion Tuesday -' .. with the nation's fited from slavery for sup-. evening. largest cigarette manufactur-Langa_n dismissed She had already broke n 'er 'Would 'muse-Myers' claim that accepting the news in phone calls to urn's goal of chil-Philip Morris' "tainted legislative leaders, a meeting boxing's. most successful promoterDon King Ainerican, Vatican and Itruian flags in St. Peter's square while attending Pope Benedict's weekly general open-air audienCe at the Vatican Wednesday, March 21, 2007. VATICAN D'on .. In Rome to discuss J)ossible King got a front row seat at 'boxing matches in Italy, Pope Benedict XVI's ge0:-King had expressed his wish eral audience Wednesday. to meet with the pope. . The usually flamboyant box-"Faith is the thing that car: ing promoter, wearing a blue rles us through," the 75-year_ suit with his preferred_ high old Kingsaid as he walked hair style primly flattened through St. Peter's Square,_ for the papal event, gave waving Italian and Vatican pope a boxmg flags and signing auto-a handwritten letter graphs. for prayers for !'eople Don King Productions_ rangmg from spokesman Alan Hopper Bush to the worlds siCk and d th v t" t d sa1 e a 1can v1s1 was age "I th d to b th arranged through a boxer was r1 e e ere. K. . I 1 I t d t 1 1ng represents ta 1an was a eep sp1n ua expe. . King told. The super Associated-Press after the on Luca Messi, wl?-ose a'lldience Al'essandro ,is'\t in St. Peter's Square. Catholic priest.;' Bemie._Mac-_ To Retire: -. dren. --: /.,. , money" could discourage with her Cabinet secretaries Bernie Mac says. he plans : "This is indeed a la:udable other companies from donatand in a letter to her staff. to retire on. his stand-up r g oal, but by' taking -receipt of. i ing. : . ,.._ Blanco, a from d come y act after 30 year!!l in ... _, ,, the state's Cajun country, the business. Mac 'told;_ ,.,,,,_,,.,,,.,",'"'':,.,, r:r f!.:;t fall's' election -including :quits. after he finishes . . . . :, ,. ,_: . '. popular Republican .U.S. ing the comedy film 'The __ ... .. Rep. Bobby Jindal. She Whole Truth, Noting but the ... I _f" .. defeated him in 2003 with 52 Truth, so Help Me Mac this of the vote to :become fall. ,, : ; I > first female gov.. Mac, 4'9, said on the Monday night. show ,/ Tm . going to put it in theaters, and it's going be 30 years for me, and l'tU going to call it." . BERNIE MAC. 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Woman Pleads-Guilty To 1983 Murder ROSEMARYDAVIS pleads gu1lty to 19$3" ingdeath LISA DAVIS . killed in bar shooting In 1983, Rosemary D'avis violence at the bar. The bar fired a gun that killed closed in the early 1980s, but teenager. It took 23 years now is knowri as the Audrey before Tampa Police Cold Spotford Center . Case detectives arrested her: Police said Davis was After spending 298 days in involved in a fight with jail on a second-degree mur-:.ari.other woman over clothe s . der charge, Davis, now 48, She said she felt threatened plead guilty Monday to the by a group of women and crime. Sentencing will be fired into the air to scare held May lOth. Prosecutors them away. said they would cap -her Lisa DaVis, 15, was hit in prison time to just 30 years. the cheek by the bullet. Slie The 1983 shpoting occurred left behind an 8-month-old outside a bar known as the I Rabbit's Foot on Lake said Davis had gone Avenue and 28th Street. It to an older sister's house to also was known. as the talk about turning herself in "Buckets of. Blood when an informer alerted ofrepeated of police to her whereabouts. Robbery Suspect Sought ....... :.__ ............ ..:_ : : X ... Tampa Police are lookj.ng hand concealed in his ho.oded for'a :r:nim they said robbed a), sweatshirt's front pocket, restaurant Thursday morn::-. making her believe he was ing. armed. According to said. the-suspect. ,---: .. the night mamiger told. h.er to give him the .for Hungry Howie's Pizza at._ money; and she complied. 15359 Amberly Drive; was: The suspect then fled on foot -leavi'ng the the .into a nearby wooded area. nightdeposit when shewas The suspect is described as confronted by, a man in.the a Black male, 5'8" tall, . lot her car. . weighing 180 pounds with a Police said> the man muscular build and appear. approached Jier. :with.'hne ing to be in his early 20s. ..,;. ; . "J BAIL BONDS Job r Referrals For Re-establishing Convicted Felons Voting Rights (813) 664-0404 5005 Martin Luther Ki Jr. Blvd. (I block east of 50th ) .... . "We'll Get You Out Quick: .. So You Won't Have To Sit" 7628 N. S6th Street, 1 3 Tampa, FL 33817 Office (8131 988. Da.rrell lngra Owner -CRIME NEWS Suspect Arrested In Sexual, Battery Of 3-Year-Oid JERIS BRUNSON On Wednesday, Tampa Police arrested a 25-year-old man for committing sexual battery on a 3-year-old girl. Police said Jeris Hr'UIILSOil/l was charged With felony capital sexual battery on a child younger than 12 after he allegedly. masturbated in. front of the child. Police s 'aid the alleged offense occurred on. December 22nd and 23rd. Brunson is. being held with no bail being set at this tinie. _Reward Offered In Hit And Run Fatality Crime Stoppers announced a $1,000 reward for anyone who can help identify the driver who struck and killed a woman on February 28th. Christine Hodil, 28, died after a car hit her at 2:27 a.m. at West Cleveland Street and Moody. Witnesses reported the car as a dark colored, 4-door vehicle with front-end dam age, a ,broken headlight, a broken driver's side mirror and a damaged lnvestigat,ors said the car could be a dark green Toyota Camry. Anyone with information is asked t9 call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477. Uncle Sandy .says There some 3 5, 9, 13 people that 15, 17, 18, 23 if they know 38, 34, 38,42 you can't tell them. Auto Theft Suspects Arrested After Accident SAV ARIS MERRELL ,. JEFFREY ZACCANTI On Tuesday, a .Hillsbo-players. rough County Sheriff's Although they were injured deputy spotte_ft a vehicle in the accident, Savaris speeding on West Village Merrell, 19 t and Jeffrey Drive. Zaccanti, 20;were charged. When the deputy reached Merrell was charged with the vehicle, it had just been grand theft auto, grarid theft, involved' in a on collireckless.driving, :having no sion with. another vehicle. valid' driver's lleebse' ; burThe vehicle the deputy fol.glary of iin un occupied lowed was later discovered dwelling, and violation of stolen from a residence. . probation on a: concealed Items found in the stolen firearm 'and burglary charge ; vehicle were 2 _laptop com-.. Zaccanti was charged. puters, digital video camera. with grand theft auto, grand 2 large speakers, a bucket theft, and burglar'y of an coins .and_ 2 DVD unoccupied dwelling. . '""i:-. Man Charged In Sexual .Assault Of Student:ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police arrested a man accused ol sexually [{''':'}\' ' ' /}::<)\'' assaulting an 18-year-old student walking home form school Tuesday afternoon. Travonti 19, has. been cha:t:ged with sexual battery and strong armed robbery ,. Police said Debose approached the teenager as he. entered the reserve at Lake Point Apartments on 54th Avenue, South. Debose wrestled the teenager to the TRA VONTI DEBOSE . ground, pulled down .the stu-1\>0)\ '-. ; dent's pants and touched ''. : -.:: Debose .. fled with the vic him, police said. .. . . . The incident was witnessed s wallet and by a maintenance worker,:. the .worker other intervened and stopped ht-;n the attack. held htm for pohce. .... , ::c c )> ::c 0 :I: N (,) N 0 0 ...... .,. r-. 0 2J g rn m z m, r-. ID c rrm -t z. ., i r-.. en' :I: m Q m < .. m -t c m .' rn .. c )> z c .,, ::c 6 -)lo < Llo ,,. ; -" LET-,.-: F REEDOM < G ,-< :. . li AMOS < BAIL BONDS. FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs 308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Tele: (813) 933.0444 J of,.,; .. \

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An 80th. birthday celebration was held recently for Willard Moore Taylor, a former Tampa resident who now resides in Crescent City. The affair was' attended by her 9 children," 24 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. . A well-planned program. had Ms. Taylor in stitches as the family performed for her. (Photos by James McAllister) The WillanJ Taylor Cheerleaders consisted of the grand and :great granddaughters:. Zykiah, Kamia,Auria, Laleal, Kaliak, Lccsha, Alexis N)iah and Lear. , ':':' ::. ; r .' ,; The. Dream Girls and Dreamettes: in front,, DebraMoore Wright; left to right, Doris Smith Jackson, Kashunta Summi; Twanda Backhus, sicori"drin Briggs and ; TiffUm Cole :. "" -. ,l' .. . Onmdson Jes8e Wfight played the saxophone for Mrs. Taylor: : : ""c : ... .... :Birthday honoree,, .Mr5. WiUard Moore Taylor, seated center, is shown with left to right: Ivan Knowles, Willie (Bot) Anderson, Leroy Moore, Jr., Jimmie Moore, Ronald Anderson,"Alyce Knowles, Debra Moore Wright, CarOlyn Moore RigginS, Mildred Gilyard Jackson, Doris Smith. JackSon and Sabrina}'aylor Robinson. --.. Kneeling, Keon, Mrs. Willard Taylor, and ktthony Col.;; jr.; Ambe'r," Kuwaren, Twanda, Darrell, Rodrick; T roC\; I.ee, 'Jeremeal, Jock, and Stace\. .. .. .... . . . .. . ... ....

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,...... 0 0 N M N X 0 a: <( == >;' a: LL c a: LL c z <( C U) w :: .... i:i: w > w c w X U) ::J Cll :: a. z ti _, _, :: Cll ...:. w z i= z w U) 0 _, LL CD I "' w CJ BIRTHDAY GREETINGS BEVERLY, DORIS And NICOLE Happy Belated Birthday This Is the Way I Live J . "' . , ': I .Year Happy birthday to a mother, sister and We hoP.e :. I you have a wonderful day and many more. She is unspoken for but loves it that way. Being single makes her life worth sC> much more. RAVESHA ... . < . ,, Love, family and fr1endst-: '; t l You're sweet 16 and get -ting sweeter every year. We love you very much. P. S. Daddy; hurry up and come home so we can shine together. Grandma Nan, just chill we're going to shine, too. But ladies, don't worry, you don't have to clutch your man. She doesn't want them. birthday Cole. Love, your family. Happy .birtkdak"Bear. We love yot(aJways; ; BEAR . .. .... Support The Florida .. Sentinel Advertisers. _--: Th Collif' Counst-lor ;" .<-Providn PriVat. Audtmic, Car.rand Counstlinf + P!l'-(oll!l'f AdiriAy + (mtr T11tiny(ffi8n) + Adllliui011r (opns!finy + Hiyh killol (ouns!linr + (ol!l'f lll!j01 S!l!iln + Pr!-(OI!I'f l!td!ltili + Slllllfl' Pll'.{oll!tr + lo1!1'11Uid EXCEL rRUARATORY A ''' ttentton . I CNA, HOME MAKER COMPANION, MED TECH, CPR, FIRST AID & ALL MANDATORIES Join our New CNA/HHA, & MedrTech (Prep Courses) Starting March 31st 2007 FOR ONLY 6 SATURDAYS!. a '1!S ALL AND BOOK AVAILABLE . 2801 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL33607 813-802_-2833 Payment Plan Available. Love and kisses. Mom, Grandma, your sisters, Erika and Teela, brother, Elliot, all your n_ieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and all your friends. Run And Tell This Birthday wishes go out to Jeanette on 3/23:. .'., Goming frorri :her and soon-to-be husband, Jerry. EDDY KANE .J Everyone is in vi ted to cele-: brate his birthday party at the Elks Lodge #268 tonight. We love DJ Eddy Kane Keep doing your thing. Love, family and : Happy birthday : : -,: .. hr. This Is Why . We're Hot SHAWN And DRE Love you Boo! I : . Happy 'Birthday LARRY Happy birthday wishes are .. going out to Larry on 3-24.\ 07. family and'frier-ids. , I love y(m Tony, more than KERRICK AndCADEDRA No words are nee(fed, this picture says it all. I want to wish the love of my life, Kerrick, happy birthday . From, your wife, Cadedra. Woe llnlniiM WEmiDE S.D.A. CHURCH 110:1 E. ,....., n. 33610 (IDt 23u7o&.. . you know I know my feelI don't always show, but there's one thing for sure, to you I will say. I love and miss you more nnd more every day. Happy hirthday! Love always. Big '-. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements -. 1 Week In Advance . Call: 248-1921. For More Info

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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS MARLON DORSEY, SR. And Fiancee,RHODDA MARLON DORSEY, SR., RHODDA, CMTI.ANA, DEMARLON, MARLON, JR. And MADISON citi.t"e:2m.; partner: and m y passion. : ) : ' Daddy, y o u 'are the truth and I will alwayslove y ou. ,. : ,"'::-1 ..... ":' ..,,.. .... .. . Love, your wife7tob e a n d . MIKE, CED, MARICO, WH09DIE and Happy birthday Wboodie. .Hugs a n d are bei n g sent to sweeti e o : n his March 22. Baby, e very momen t eve .ry smile, e very kiss make s m e reali ze that y ou are everything I've beenlooking for Yo u 're kids Marshannon, Doobie; --' Fro. m the West Boys. . Happy bi'rthdn)' Whoodie. F r om a very s p e cial #1 Fan . TOYIA ,:;: ; ... Happy to CED And WHOODIE homi e !'riend. God ... . .,.., ... has U&', w1th another. ,. .. o f s tapding.strong. ,;.;.. c:: St. Mary Missionary . I lov e you a lways, Tim . Baptist Church : =-1840 State Road 60 City. A01ida 3356 7 -:(GospeJ,. C 0 m -;. z-4 .r z m I I m c: rr-!!l :, z c: llJ r-c;;. :t. m c m ::o--< -4 c: m .... 0.,. C--l:a! ... "< ... .)>_ z-c .. "T1-::o a "< ... : : .... :-. ... > '" r .. -: -' "' --.,.,.;.-v ; -'"" '' -..... 1 ; ,..t. . .. .. J Lo ca t e d at: 402 3 N A rmenia A v e . : -suite 4so -<. <:H ealth 0G,upationsJ. ;CNA _, ; ,,' :. 1'1'u+1 \ P aintin g .. _,. '" . .), O F T AM PA. ??. ? ,,. ; Plum ba"ng .,..,. . O I A I Th" v. ? . .. .. .-:' : --... MS :. ;. :5\ ::.::. : .;,; ... : . Sketchy Work Hi s tory. o r Intenie w Tro ubl es!!!. ', : h irthda; t'd: m e .' .: .:-::; Earning a high school d i ploma o r .QE[) t o cmpltl\'lll!:lll '. ci. h lnc<: ilih c : .--;, 'From 'And yes, i t's/ a'. . : Le a mirig einployabi iity skills . j : .. --: n y ym ; tn . 0"1.: ,,. r ye11r s o doing big R . e.ceiving fre e hous ing, h ealth ca. r e, M I h r . . .. ... I ...:g e r things .So come h!in g out a s capJ)_!.Callon """' . :1.. ... w i t h your. :gir{ a _nd . : her.{ .. -:_ s;\.Veek l y 'livirig aii .OWanCeS -. Expres s ..:o nridcncc at the joh intcr\'icw .. $ . ho.mies tonight . Hollyw o o d .,..: . .1 : ._. .. ... ... -., '. Exp . l:w ..:_!:gro_ut1d" ,_ : _ :_Nitl.'s! : ;: ... . Wnlc a . :, ; . .. .. ,.. c a l DrC!\'4 ;. .. . -. . suPPORT . I WIN THAT .JOB-t!!t!!!!!!!!!!!!!m!m!rf. '" ..for Mo re .. ,nforma tion -20r7' -.. . ." .:T H E :. :::. 813.;876-4969. Tiine: 9 :00 a rn: io 3:00 pm : : ::. . -. : 1 .Lm.:a t io n : 1.., ,. ; Contact:'Kar ren :.'' FLORIDA. 2o3J. E L a k e Ave. Phone: (8131 2489738 Ext 106 Tmnpa F I6Fida 1 3 610 Is Limit e d R eg i s ter T oday! . .'._ S ENTINEL . !lkh i nlllh c NciJCmial L a u ntlry aaa;. lf....:.l AD V ERTISERS .

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=====ALL ABOUT YOU!==-== JON'TAVIUS And JESSICA -BEU BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH ... --1006 West Cypress Street Florida33606 813 251-33.82 Dr. W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor Dr. W. James & First Lady Ann Favorite Sunday, March 25 -3:00 p.m. ._ __ Featuring: t f. J . . Tf1e Excjting Gospel Warriors 1 The Gospel Miraclettes Chorus ofPiJgrim Rest M.B. Church Crusaders for.Christ Team of Beul _ah Baptist lnstitution, al & Othe.rs w . For additional Information, please contact the Church Office . : . 813 251-3382 . .. RELIGIOUS ... :. := ::: : :. L : :;: thing you do. When you love God, you follow His rules, advice, counsel, and commandments. Following His com .mands speaks to your faith that you -have in Him as It is difficult to love God ifyou do not have faith in Him. If you are not .sure that God loves you, it is also hard to follow His command. When God .-. _S-t- __ s.:..._s-=-iv_e_. _, : Missionary Baptist Chipco Avenue Ifi nter e st ed, please call the O ft ice .. "I, th cr si1 iclullfo mc. 11s n(lh e l.nn/' ,.. . lisi lm 122:1 C. 1. c 19 0 4 E: O s bo rne Ave.f. Tampa, FL-33'61 0 Elder Robert Douglas, Pastor . Would Like To Invite You To Their 6th Annual-Come And Join Us In This Grand Event.

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LOCAL Code Enforcement Officials Happy To See Bar Closed Popular Presidential Candidate To Visit Tampa Area Barack Obama, the Democratic presidential canBY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer didate, will be in town next month for two events. One will be a highdollar event at a private Harold Scott, Supervisor home, and the other a recep -of the City of Tampa's tion with tickets starting at Standards And Enforcement $25. The location _for the Division, said he and his col-reception has not yet been leagues were happy to hear decided. that Gene's Bar had been According to Frank closed, and that'the city was 11 Sanchez, a of the buyingtheproperty. Tainpa. Bay Fr-ie .nds of. Scott:said th-e bar was Oba,m.a Commitwe. and Sen. having so rnany : pioblems he Obama's local advisor on had oire 'of his inspectors D practically spending most of Latin America, the high-dol. his workweek handling comHAROLD SCOTT lar event will be held on plaints about the bar or per. April 15th from noon to 1:30 forming re-inspections Scott said Gene's Bar tied p.m. The public reception. "This isn't the first time up a lot of manpower hours, will be from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 this has happened. I've had both from his office and the p.m. Sanchez is the CEO of inspectors tied to specific Tampa Police Department. .Tampa's Renaissance Steel, areas .with problems over a ""Problems created as a : will als, o sen'e on long period of time, but result.ofthebarextendedto': never on one building. . a a to 4 block radius. Ail of < > "We wanted to makethe "None of the issues the illegal activities and reception accessible to every-warranted the bar being criminal. acts were a direct one. I am sure that he will be :shut down . Most were law result of the kind of people back as the campaign enforcement issues, and the bar was attracting to the gresses," said Sanchez. wlienever an inspector found "This visit will definitely. a problem in the bar, it was "If that had been allowed broa_ deQ his. appeal. Sen. corrected." . : "to continue; it would have Scott said Leon's Package . ruined the entire neighbor, Obama draws large crowds S h S h l-' wherever he goes. The more .. tore on 29t tteet a:; a People became feart\il similar history, but things to enter the area, and th.e ; people see hiin .and hear arc improving at that }oca: qtiality of life in that. area they support hi's candidacy tjon. was suffering tremendousfor president." \"' "The owner has ve)y Ty:" . .Sen. Hillary Clin'ton is .. Scott. 'Said':whatever Sen. Obama's biggest c oni "'oiteJing in front t>f'his rephi:ces -the bar wiWbe an .petition for the Democratic and calling law improveinent and he's sure presidential bid. However enforcement. whcnev.cr a will benefit all the residents Sanchez believes the popuproblem arises.";" in the area. Jar Illinois senator has nar-Se ... ...._el Bulletin "-: m CJ1 I m

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.. m I cc w (!) n.: CHURCH DIRECTORY GREATER BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N. Jefferson St. T.mpa, FL. 33602 (813) 229-1390 I Car. Do AI Things Through Chrbt Which Strengthanelh Me. Philppians 4:13 -REV. OSCAIIIOHNSON,IR. Paslor/Teacher HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER INC. .. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238-2213 . . OR: A. F. NELSON-ViCKERS, Pastor & Founder .. "ONE SE.RVICE CANCHANGE YOUR LIFE". Order 0t .: .,. Sunday School a.m. ;-: ... SIK!day Morning Worship n a.m: -:. . Tuesday 7:30 Bible StudJ . : 2nd Wednesday Night : ...... 7:30p.m. SUbstance Abu,se Miftlstry .. 3rd Wednesday Night 7:30 pm. Singles Ministry 4th WednesdaY 7:30 p.m. Marriage MiniJtrJ ThVrsdiiJ Night 7".30 p.m. Worship Servlau Friday Night 7:30 P.M.' Youth Sanke :..,,_ : Saturday 11a.m. Sabbath S.rvke GREATER HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH REVEREND DR. W. J. HAYNES, Pastor I Teacher .,, voti To woRsHIP WITH us :(''. '"""'' At A Temporary Location WORD ALIVE CHURCH ,, 1024 78th Street South, Palm River Area . :' ; --c8-13) 785-3877 or (813) 887 : .. , -. .. ...;;.: a.111. Church 11130 a.m. Wonhlp service . 7 (WednesdaW) Prqer Service ra11111e Sb .. tw ) . OUR PURPOSE To advance he Kingdom of God by leading lost souls to an acceptance of Jesus Christ liS Lord :, and Savioui, nurtUring them to maturity and equippiftg tllern;lo be ambassadors for Christ. . OUR VISION . "To Build A Biblical Family of Lovinsi Relationships Whose Mefnbers Daily and DeYOtadiJ Love, -:" FollOw anCi Model Christ. -.;-n "" .. .. If JIOU are looldng for a church home where JOU,I receive Biblical preaching and teaching, geared to help elich member Grow In their Christian Walk with'the Lord, tben came Join us! NT PLEASANT .. .. I .... ;2002 N. of a _nd' St.). :f:. :" Box.4724. Tampa .. : .. tJi.. r Dr C. T. K1rkland, Pastor . .-,_ (813) 254-1441: : ''":.(; .. . ;. 1 .. .... . : .. :. .. MORNING WORSHIP,AT 7:45 A.M. -' . SUNDAY:SCHOOL: 9:30A.M .. 11 A.M . 1ST SUN' DAYf .'.. : .... I i. 5 PM .famUi s;ries Hour (B.T.U . ) : 6 PMLor.d's Supper (Communion) . /!.' ::",..,,. t. TUESDAYS .-. ,::. 'if. . 't . ; 6 PM PraYer Service 7 7 PM Geli'eral Bible Study "' -Study < ,,. Pastor ;-TAPE MINISTRY . -c ..... . : .. Order. Gn Line At Web Site Or can Church .. MtPieasantMBChurch.org : . -St. Mary M. B. Church 3910 W. Laurel Street 813-872-6254 PASTOR WALLACE Z. BOWERS .'Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 11:00A.M. Wednesday Night: Prayer Meeting-7:00P.M. Bible Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon Day P1ayer Noon to 1:00 P.M. & Evangelist Eric W. Doss Come Share Jesu s viiith Worship & study Su'nday : BAM. Early Bible School 10;45a .. 2ndM.orning .. Sp Evening Worship .. :; Wednesday ; 7p-Bible study (all ages) ":.' i: 2511 E. COLUMBUS DR. (813) 248 OR (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS. Pastor. Early Momlng Wor.hlp 7:55 A.M Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 Morning wO.;hlp :55 A: M. Wed., Family Night" 7 P.M. Dea . John c. Lovett, Chairman Board _Of Deacons 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School9:15 A.M. Momin9 Worship -10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Oass -5 P.M. Worship 6 P.M. Laura Street Church of Christ .. IACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 Eat Lluril Street MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE. SR. Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 ORDER OF SERVICES WOllam Karrison, Minister IIUMIIJr S-.ci!IIW Homing Bible A.M. Sc:flool For AI Aaas 8:30 11.111. Mo....m.a Worship S.rvb 9:45 11.111. EVMinll Worship Senice 5:00 p.m. Homing Worship Worshlp ........... n A.M. Evening Bible StudJ ...................... .S P.M. ........ Evening Worship .... -:--------P.M. Bible OIISSC _For All Alles 7:00 p.m. WedllesdiiW Homing Bible StudJ ...... ............. 10 A.M. 3817 E. UrdeU A11111 Tampa. FL 33610 (8U) &&4-9&& jhchurchofchrist@eoLcom Evening Bible StUdJ ....................... .7 P.M. I - St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M.._:-:>.'-.. Church School9 :30 A.M. each Sunday_ ... .. Bible Stu .Cfy i_ ei:kh Wearresday ::1:J : 52o2 86th Tampa Take Progress Blvd. to S 85th St.,, turn North, go to Ash Ave.turn E. follow the curve to the c' le" (S. 86th St.) and the church Is pn the right. Join Us Sundays .At .. 11 A. M. At Co .mfort I r1ri 820 E. Busch Blvd. . Tampa; Fl: 813-2483. j -... ..;;.:,!' . ... .... ,! .. -i ...... ,.; : .. JJ .! : _r' First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc 1302 N. Willow Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607 ,\.. - l sunday SchooL .... .. .. 9:30 A.M M ,omiitg WorshiP:: .... : .. : : I M. : ":. ;,_ --.. Prayer Service, Tuesday ... ; .... 7:oo-P.M. ..... . __ .. ,:!, . ./. : --:-_ .Y- Bible Study, ..... : ... 7:30: P.M: : ''I; .. _:;,, : ... ,., .. ... :. :: ; ,. .; . ';'t.. .. ; 't: ... l".im. . < A.('c/!1 Di1 tiff gil 1\'hil'h Me.'. . l'hilippians k'-' .. TAMPA, f:L<)R < . worship.:sertit \ : ':<",;. ., ' I .First Fruit '.,"' 7:30 A,: M. / Celehration A. flit, Thursday At 7:30 P. M. !>

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_ CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH First Missionarr Baptist Cllurcll JelltDie Crest Church Of Christ Of Highland Pines VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. & CHURCH 2101 LoweSL 4711 21st Ave. \ REV. WILLIE J. COOK, PASTOR Prayer Meeting & Bible Study .. 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M . Church Van (813) 627..03338 J-4. Wonhip Adivties: _-. .. Early Wonhip 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9;30 A.M. .. :.: Homing Wonhip 11 A. H ... Bible Study 6;45 P:H." Tuesday . .< . College Hill Cllurcll Of God In Cllrist New FriendShiP --M .a. Church 6414 N. 30th St. j . ... -Elder Charles Davis, Pastor : Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Horning Wonhip 11 A.H: Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M Evening Wonhip: 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. 3107 E. lake Ave: 248-4127 ... Rev; H.l. Daniels, Pastor .. / \" : SllldaV Ch .. chSchool 1:30 A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Evonlnowiirshlp 5 P.M. Wednosdav Praver MeeUng 7 P.M. B lble Sbldv 7 :30 P.M Mt. Zion A.M.. Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Comer of Hn}. 301 And Wednesday Night Ptayer Setvice And Bible Study 6:30 J>. M. Church School Service "i ) 9:30A.M . 1 REV. RO\ALI> FOR'IT\E,\nd FIRST 1,,\ U\', SIS. :\_!OZELLE FORTl '\E Worship-Ser:vice . 11A. M . "/Uc.1: J Tlil'.{)lnf 011 tllr Soul 1\m/ All T/wt Is \\'it/1i11 Me .. 1'/?rai,I,;T/u; /.lini:1 Holy Ncii/u". CHURclioF-ooo INCHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. -(813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 . WEEIJL'I WORSHIPSCHEOVlE I t SUndav SclloOI t\ . ,; Sunclav Morning wo ... hip ... 11 A.M. . Sund.V Evenlntl WO...IIp .. :.7:30 P.M . ; ,. Morning Praver :,, .... 9 A.M. ,. Weclnelcl-. Nigllt Wonlllp I .. P.M. wWw.brownmemotiiilcogic.otg < _. ':4 Church Whem The love Of' God Flows And The Holi Ghost Is In Full Control. : JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Hom: Bibll! Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Hom. 10:30 Sun. Evening 6:30 P.M. Pastor Sunday School -10 a.m. Sunday Homing 11a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 P."! 4413 35th-Sl Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Horning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship : 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Hid Week Bible Study Wed. 7:30 P.M. "II Church That Embodies lind., Tuesday" 7:30p.m ... Eve one Welcome Exemplifies Viuxmditlona/love" Visitors Are Welcome! .. ELD_ER THO HAS J. REED, Pastor ; Early Homing Worship 8 a.m . Sunday School 9-.30 a.m. .. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. : . Bible Study, Wed. ?:30 p.m THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ...., SAM MAXWELL Pastor/Tea!< Sunday Schunl "' 9:30 1,1-m *. :\lunling .. .' Gnn 37lli 7tli .-\\'cnuc East 7:30A.M & 10:55 A.M.'<. :\luruing :\i:uuia 9 a : Ill. -< 4:1!:J!JjiiiJI!t. '' . ' --. Sunday :45 'A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Fur 91!6-9SU.J Tuesday ; 11 A.M. Adult 1--...;._ __ ......;.__;_...;._.....:.....:;;;._ __ ___;_.....J Wednesday 7P.M. Youth/ Children . -7:30 P.M. Adult . FridaY Noon USF Campus -A Satellite Campus For Faith .c Bible Institute o.Owins The ChurCh For Global Chanse (Ads 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,. OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 Nortti 29th Street, .. 248-6600 '. Early Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Homing Wqrship 10:45 am. for Cell SISTER BARBARA MCGILL lit 621-1155 Tuesdu PraYW SIII'VICI8 6:30p.m. Study 7;30 Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a.m. st and 3rd Saturdan Visit our Website or E-Mail us: \ www.fbcch.org info@fbcch.org .' The New Palm. River COGIC; .. Inc:. __ 1304-S, 58th Street, Tampa, FL 33619 r Elder Willie L : Fowler Pastor i# "The Church Where Everybody Is Som-;body" Early Morning Worship "'' a 9:30 A.M. '-: . Sunday Sch0ol""'" __ .:_"_"9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Morning Service ... : ........................... 11:30 A.M . Wednesday Bible Band ........... : ................. 7 P.M.' Friday YPWW .... ................................... 7 P.M . Friday Pastorial Teaching ................... 8 P.M. Ducon D.Vid C. Jorden, Deacon eo..:.:. Chairman Chun:h (813) 62'J.6764 Home (813) 654-1950 Fax (813i 3401 E. 25th Awnue, Tampa, Fl. 33605- (Corner 34th StNet & 25th A.nue) Ph: (813 248-3737 or 248-3651 Carellne: (813)-HELP OBC: 247-3205 N _oah 248-4408 Fax: (813) 2.42-8078 .BISHOP NE\KIRK, I, \1/eekly Activity Schedule ... 9 a.m ... Classes '. SundaY, a.m. .Sunday School/Orientation Sunday, 10:45 a.m. M-.Sundu AM Worship TliesciU, 12 nooft ,_M,Noon PriYW . . ) J ) 11/ednesdu: 5 p .m. --TIIIurlal Plogl'llft (fREE) Wednesdu, fi:45 P.IIL -Bibll stUdy w/Pralsl Worship Thundu. 11:30 p.m. ... M .. Min's Minim . Email: stJmlnlstrles@IIOI.com Wed: www.stJohnmlnlstrles.com NEWKIRK and PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK :::c 0 l< s:. )> :::c n ::J: 1\) 1\) C) C) """ .-: .. .,, )>. G) m ....., I tiJ ..

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NEW--MILLENNIUM CHURCH 905 East Skagway (One Blo ck Soulh Of Busch Bl vd.) 9:30-10:15 A.M.* Bihle Classes For All Ages 10: IS-II A. M. Refreshments and Fellowship PASTOR MICHAEL & II A. M. -12:45 P. M. Praise and Worship Service C SIS. TONY A NEELY a: u. For more infonnation. <:all (813) 728-3723 Visit: Email: mnccly2(qlTampaBay rrxom New st Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 813 242-6268 sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am Sunday Morning Worship @ 11 :OOam Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ @ 7 :00 pm SHOW 'EM WHAT WE GOT!! rYOUTHJ YOUTH CONFERENCE Church Is For Old Folks I Just Go To Church To See MY Friends Church Makes Me SleePY Mama. 1 Don't Wanna Wear That Lon!:! Dress 1 Wish I Can Sine The Sonl:!s I Wanna Sine. Some MarY MarY Would Be Nice Dad, That Tie Is Too Ti!:!ht Well. Join Me March 22nd-25th 1:30 P.M .. NightlY t t @ TemPle Crest Association :: 4242 Miller Rd. TemPle Terrace ,. Between 40th Street & Riverhills . Youth Pastor BYrd f8l3J 270-6576 ---WOMEN'S. RETREAT ==----'When Women. Surrender All' Retreat BY SHERNA BLAIR RICH First Baptist Church of College Hill's Matrons Ministry will host its 2nd Annual Women's Retreat beginning this evening, March 23rd, at 7 p m. For years, this Ministry and its congregation have attended many retreats at various churches. With that, they have been taking notes and are extremely grateful to those who offered assistance and. counsel along the way. FBCCH Matrons' Ministry and its members have long been inspire d to create workshops that enable and empower women. The event kicks off with their adopted theme, "Humbleness and. Bondage" and for their title, "When Women Surrender All," taken from Isaiah 66:1-2. The evening continues with a dynamite praise introduction by the Light of the World Church's own, Evangelist Taranja Sampson. By popular demand, Reverend Ayakao Watkins, of Victory Christian Center Church of St. Petersburg, will be back again. She's the evening's speaker and for those who can't forget will r emember her from year and her "extra baggage" me s sage Saturday's workshop has received the most requests. PASTOR JULIA MCMILLAN REV. DELORIS CAIN upcoming album . This young lady and her band were featured on "Americcmldol." 'PASTOR SHONDA COOPER REV.AYAKAO WATKINS lilating events aren.;t fin a n cially taxing. The cost for the entjre weekend includes reg istra.tion and admissiqn, four (4) a complimentary gift bag and don't forget, the SURPRISE.
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. ..... LOCAL :r: .... Progress Village request, write: P 0 Box 4618, Tampa, or call (813) 516-6'780.'.-: ... . Family To. Florida Prisons BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS Welcome Home Anderson Embress Call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Family Ties at (813) 476-2964. . Family, friends and neigh. Latimer, Danyel Parmer bors are very pleased on the and Kendra Robinson, 1st .. Achievem,en. ts! safe return of Mrs. place; Black Monologue -Awesome Job! Henrietta Sanders, who Cameron Robertson, 1st Peter James Jones, Sr. is recently spent some time in place; Creative Drawing -studying to take' a test with the. Carolinas visiting with Reginald. Barrett, II, the Department of Education daughter, Mrs. Michelle Participating Ribbon; and to receive 50 houf'scredit David and family. Mrs. Norma Salam is the towards his AA Degree The Covenant Of God qo; Juneau Street Y.P.D. Director: Substance Abuse Counseling. He has completed two -March Celebrants Bible courses a nd will gradu-Well Soon Our' prayers go out to Mr.$. Sandra;:. Jackson for a after recently undergding surgery. You. are all missed, get well soon: .Bro. Wilbert Johnson, Sis. Mabel Perry, Sis. Mildred Reese, Sis. Elaine Johnson, Sis.. Bert Graham, Dea. and Sis. James Murphy, Dea. and Sis. Ja.ybest Coffee, Sis. Georgia Johnson, Willie Ed Chaney, Betty and . Helen Roberson. Happy b'irthday to the ate .from a Faith Based March celebrants: Laquen: Program in .. March' and McClendon, James College Studies in April. Perry King, Daisy .Games,. Bryant has been Rhonda Grant, Ethel tested on 12 Bible courses and Ston.e, made 100 every,one of Kellie Blake, Carrte them. Und:erwood, Sarah Yusuf Shakir El-Amin, Lancaster; Crysial Brown, who's in a Georgia facility, Eleanor Harris, Melissa has earned his Paralegal Roberts, Shirley Degree , .Computer Lane.' Susie M. Application and several Johnson, Louise Thomas, ness certificates. He is .cutGeorgia Johnson, rently enrolled in Electrica] Rose, :Shirley Ann HdlWiring programs. Deepest Sympathy W,alters; Kristen Joseph, .Kenneth Mills received his We extend our deepcstsym-Eugene Lockhart, Alile Cerfificate of Achievement for pathy to our ncighborl Mrs. completing.: a 10L .esson Camille H. WilJiams and Hillman, Maxme Damels, : series. ., family on the loss of her Patricia Walker, Joyce Eddie Bryant received. a brother and their: loved one, Felton, .Shakeria Collins, certificate for. rea'ding the Mr. Harold llepburn. :Marie Wllder, Michael. New Testament in or:te month: Deepest l:iympathy is sent' to . Strong and Rashandria He is an Ordained Minister M .rs. Olga A. Thompson Hall. by the Universal Life Church and Mr. Bobby L. Happy birthday, March in California, -and has Thompson in th-e loss flf Mable Hall from your certificates .. for their :sc)n ; .Mr. Rod family and Love ya! si'nging in the choir and com-who t : : : :: . plet.ing acourse for better liv izcd March :: ing . 2007 . .. _,_.:;. .. _.,, . . our Mrs .. : .!farris Tc mple YMCA Teen. Thought For Today :_. Wil.son and .Ms. :. Success Center presented_ Mr.": -':;,The best wayto jmi pare for : Willie-and EJJ!anuelP. Johnson With a life is to learn to'l ive." . famj)y in the -loss .tf Lifetime Achievement. Award : "": M' rs: : on March 9, 2007, in honor of F. Y. I. .:-; . . .. . . to the R emember our servicemen Community, and .women: who p-ut their. .: BlackHeritage"Wcekcnd-. his family,Jus ch.urch, and. livesori thelinedaii.Y'fur. .us. ; Th 4 $all ie l\ i Hoi nic:'; -, the "i1viCA. Thestaff and chil -.-.Remember .the helpers in .Yc, iung: : Pcople ':f>cpartnwnt iif dr cori1petition an_ d the residents of the 1:: \\'atlr s Progress community. Call, -your. news Through his words of encourIradean London-Biggs 'R. t to mir \, in agtmcnt he has helped to (813) 677-60'71. Be blessed! Ol'rs : S ridli'l1_g B dc\:elop,.strong --:,---------. v e ry'' ... . .. : '; m . : ... : : p a cc .'\ --:.. r-.-.. o "'"' .. : . ., AI :---" . Or. To (813) 849-0904 or (813) ... . PASTOR JARVIS .BALL; Founller God's Side Progressive Missionary Church, Inc. Double Tree Guest Suites 11310 N. 30th Palm Ballrooms l & 2 Worship SeJ;"vice .. :-::_ Sunday. 9 "' . -;. i . I Tampa, Florida Professional Chapter of Inc .. Informational Membership Meeting "! .. :' ,f . The .Tampa Professional of a community service Will -ihformational membersh meetin at . Robert W. Saunders Library 1505 N Nebraska Ave ., Tampa Tuesdily, Milrch 20th, 2007 (7:30p-8:30p) ilnd Silturdily, Milrch 24,2007 ('11:30il -12:30) We would like to Invite women whQ are Interested In membe':5hip .with our organization to please attend. If you have any questtons .. please feel free to contact us at or visit our website at www.slstuhs.org Information forward to meeting women who want to.., in the. mu and erson' ; .ligent, lc,yal hum. HURCH 3 rd ... p ding . and a 1 r!!:.. Ave. ) !Junior ,,_ Ashlcigh ninny (if look up to. .. 248-6753 'W -Anderson, Deinoni Jones, Hl idways prnrtic(ls what he . <:Ji..Hh ... Embl"ess anu prcachc.:;, which makes him a '. ... Kenda R.Objnso n, J :st plan; gnnt teader to. A . 1 ViiJage c-omm 'unityi h 'is ., .; ,._. f) .. All:ysj. a Baxter, Cierra fl:!.Jl1ily. ;.'fh.e: ' :C Bland, I...atoya: Douglas, ;Ha.rris Teen Suc<:ess; ._, Hicks, Dominique_:_ ; ci. rrtcr .. .Inmon, Alexi Robinson and ::' bcrs .,t' his cljurci:J, mmm1.1nity Kandy.ce Wilkerson, 'is( aild \ ra:nily place : Vocal Solo -Reginald riatii"m a rid REV.RONALDD.HIZER.PastQr' .(; Barrett; .II,. 2nd. plncl; what I :: .. Instrumt: rital Soli, -Derrick! is;:-: . : Su11e1aws .. : : 2n(J; : .. :,)I nrr: '; lirigli' t is the Sit'k Eaiiy Mol!;ing Wo;shlp !Gil'lsl -Shad e Director . at the. HRrris T('mple .,.t 9 a.m.-Breakfast Served ' Brown;. placr.>: TPt'n . . , ::IT!!, 9:45 a .m. thu..Ch SchopJ':.: 1 Boy s 1 Douglas Bailey :.. )h.m; Worship Sunday School9:30 ... .Morning a.m. Service Wednuda11 7 p.m. Study of the Bible .,: '. \, REVEREND -t, .. .,., ... Child,., & Youth Blble;Stuc:lll Wednesda11 7 -8:30 p.nf.' . ...... :-. ; Satu.r : . [ .. Pra Service & Bible stuctv 10 a.m. . YoUth Bible Institute- 12 4 p.m . T...,-NI;hl befoN the 2nd Sunday ii . .. : : 7 11 p.m. ., 5 ::IJ 6 > en m z =! z m r-1 m c r-': rm ..... z c m r-u; ::::t m c m < m ::IJ -< .... c: m en c > > z C .,J :!! c Do h I J d I M y Brothers . WeC111' Clils . :-. ns ay. nmon _,:.. -. ; : .. Ki'ckba II . -: : Cainer.on. { 2 Keep Ministry .. ; MHtln!ll .Robertson. :3rd p l m t '; Dane ;. . For FREE Bible s nnd 7 And Bible Wwdnudllll '7:30. 1:30 p ; ... : : . Praise & .Worshlp .servb 3708 E Lake Avenu e Tampa, FL 33610 (8131 628-0752 )f: :e> 'ft. J<:. m bl!'tH . Ashhigh to inmatr> s upon thtir ShareBoxProgramAvallable .. : 1 :30 9 p.m! ", Websit e : www. stmanhewchurch.com E m ai l : rsims@tampabay. rr.com m CD OJ

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,.... 0 0 N M' N ::I: (.) a: < LOCAL FAMU Faces Audit, Criminal Investigation From State Due To Financial Problems :lE Florida A&M University administrators have about a ( month to explain the school's financial problems to the state's auditor general. If they do not, the school will possi bly face a criminal investiga tion, and be shut down if the state decides to cease funding for the historically Black uni versity. c .a: u. c z < c Senators Ronda Storms (R-Brandon) and Jeremy Ring (D-Margate) have sug gested that the state launch a criminal investigation into FAMU's ongoing financial' problems Sen. Jim King (RJacksonville) arid Sen. CASTELL BRYANT Interim President of Florida University ATIORNEY HOPE WARREN DAWSON Evelyn Lynn (R-Daytona both the university and the "Florida wouldn't be Florida Beach) have both threatened as we know it if there had not State. It is now our responsi, to cut funding of Florida's bility to provide additional been a FAMU ," said FAMU only historically Black public detail and explanation and alum and local attorney university if financial prob-propose how we will make Warren Hope Dawson. "It lems are not solved. -any needed alternations in is necessary that FAMU and The Auditor General of the its administrators be account-our systems," said Bryant. State of Florida completed an "We certainly will"try to have able for the funds that it operational audit on FAMU, our response back to Auditor receives. At the same time, finding over $50 million in General William Monroe people of Florida will not tol-undocumented and unex-. before the 30-day deadline." any to either the plained expenses and rev_-Audit. Manager Ted or to the enues. The 35 findings and Sauerback has presented o! Flonda A&M recommendations were deliv. the school's audit report to Umversity. . ered to interim p 'resident the Joint Legislative Auditing Rel!orter I Wnter Anhone c 11 B d b Davu can be reached at aste ryant, an must e _Committee, and says that (813 ) 248_1921 He can also addressed before a 30-day. FAMU has begun submitting be -reached at deadline. .. information for the final "This is good process for report. adavis@jlsentinel.com, 0 ----------------------------------------------------------w :;) ,.... w > w c w ::I: 0 :J ID :;) n. z t= w ..J ..J :;) ID ..J w z t= z w 0 g -a: o ..J u. ID 0 ... w <.:) ,. Shriners Ofmr 5 Harram Temple No. 23 Prince Hall Shriners (www.harram23.org) is a charitable, benevolent, fraternal and social organization, dedicated to the welfare and extension of Prince Hall Freemasonry. The annual scholarship program was established to assist high school stUdents in Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk; and Sarasota Counties. Annually, the Shriners award up to five $500 scholarships. Candidate requirements are: must be high school seniors who will graduate in the current year; must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0; must reside in or attend high school in the territorial jurisdiction outlined and served _by _Harram Temple No. 23 Prince Hall Shriners; and enroll in a full tim e course of study at ari accredited college, university. or a trade/vocational school program. Interested applicants should visit Harram Temple No. 23 Prince Hall Shriners website at www.harram23-.orl for scholarship application and guidelines. Applicants can also request an application packet by mailing all requests to: Harram .Temple No 23 Prince Hall Shriners, Attn: Ed u ca ti on/Scholarship Committee, P. 0. Box 5315, Tampa, FL 33675 Application postmark deadline is May 15, 2007 No exceptions! Career Centers Deal With District's Dropout Problems Trying to deal with Florida's dropout rates, a House committee is considering legislation that would send would-be dropouts through vocational or job certification programs before they leave school. The legislation would apply to student;S: -16 and-17 years old. _,; In a p'itblished report, the measure would also have to identify at-risk students in grades 6 through 9 and put them in success centers for special tutoring and career LEWIS BRINSON counseling. when they complete the The Hillsborough County course, they can go on into School District deals with its soCiety productively." dropout problem by the use Brinson said not eve.ry of Career Centers. kid is interested in attending Lewis Brinson; Assistant college Superintendent For Admini-"That's why these stration, said the career cen-ters were created for kids. are so crucial. D. W. Waters not interested in regular and Bowers Whitley in school and on the verge of North Tampa have been dropping out. vital 'in giving potential "I think we're a step ahead an option ." of what others are doing in Reporter Leon B. Crews the state. The kids graduate can bt reached at (813) from the centers, get into 248-0124, or e-mailed at one of the programs, and. leon.@flsentinel.com. @=aq TRANSMISSION 14743 Nebraska Ave. /,,Tampa, FL, 33613 (813) 972-0070 Fax# (813) 972-0338 www.cottman.com Don't Let A Minor Problem Become A Major One. a one-page letter Oldng Wny I Need A Rebuil Transmission. The l ette r must in dude the year of the vehlde. it's make and model. mieage. The contestant must also have cliiTl!nt FL Driver's License and registration In your Millie. 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" o 0 N C") N :::t: (.) a: < :5 > < c -a: u. > < c a: .-u. c z < > i3 en W .::: t-> a: w > w Q w ':::t: en al_::) -D. i= ..I ::: aJ ...J "" W .z w en < 0 -a: 0 ..J u. ,.1 I aJ I N W D. .. LOCAL L&ukemia Patient Still .In Need of Donor BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Last wee.k, Joseph Grimsley and his family traveled to the campus of Duke University Medical Center in Raleigh-Durham,. North Carolina. After undergoing tests .for leukemia, Joseph's mother, Mrs. Ethel Grimsley, said he's doing well and didn't any transfu-sions. However, while doctors are. currently testirig. Mrs. Grimsley, and. Joseph's older brother, Larry, they are still seeking a full. bone marrow match. Mrs. Grimsley said that while Larry is not a full match, doctors are opti.: mistic about Larry becoming a donor. Mrs. Grimsley _said, "The doctor at Duke University said that he is' extremely pleased that Joseph's brother is a good donor-candidate. ,The -doctor said there are risks' involved in all of the' options available to Joseph. However; those risks are mini. mized if Joseph's brother 'is the donor." She-further stated 'that with a trari'splant from his brother, Joseph has about a 40% JOSEPH GRIMSLEY ... Battling has been located. She has held several bone. marrow drives in the Tampa Bay area since her son became ill. She's now in the process of organizing a marrow drive iii the Raleigh-Durham area. Mrs. Grimsley_ said she hopes to draw attention to the need for bone marrow dona. tion 's and is trying to reach the masses. ,. Officials said there is a low _percentage 'of African Americans on .the National Bone Marrow Registry list. Mrs. Grimsley further stated that Joseph's "Boss has chance of survivaL However, really been exceilent. Joseph without any transplant at all, still goes in to work on light his chances of surviving for a duty when he feels like it. Not year are slim. .. many employees would have Joseph, 35, is married to kept him after he became ill." Mrs. Adriana Grimsley. Mrs. Grimsley said the They are the parents of 3 chilfamily will return to Raleighdren. Last August, Joseph Durham after they receive the was employed at .A..PSCO, (the test results. "All of us are both Appliance Parts Service prayerful and hopeful. God is Company) when he became ill ... _a miracle worker and we conHe was diagnosed with tinue to be in prayer that His Acute Myeloiq Leukemia will be done." (AML) .. The' disease is a cancer Anyone wishing to contact ofthe 'white blood cells. Mrs. Grimsley can reach her His mother said Joseph is\" at her home (727) 530-,1566; registered with the N a tiona! her cell phone (727) 7 42-0020; Marrow Donor Association. or by .e-mail at But date, no donor match ley68@hotmail.coril. Family Needs Help To Bury Loved One_ BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer H a r d e n attended the p u b 1 i c Funeral services were held -schools of on Saturday, March 17th, for Hillsborough Mr. John Dennis Harden, County. Prior Jr;, at Greater Bethany to becoming Missionary Baptist Church; ill, Mr. However; after the service, his H a r d e n body was returned to. worked as a Harmon's Funeral Home s e c u r i t y JOHN because the family didn't have guard_, she JR. ugh money for his burial. .,;., said.. . . ;. Marclt :tst Now, the family hopes the John .. 9,i'Harmoq's 'Yill provide assis-_ Fune. ritl Home tance m ra1smg the remaining have been contributing. We.:. $775.Jor .his interment. The-.. have received some donations. "' family plans to bury Mr But, we need to get him Harden at Rest Haven buried as soon as possible. I Memorial Park Cemetery. -just hope that the community -Mr. Harden's mother, Ms. can find it iii their hearts to Judy Jacqueline "Jackie" help this family Ol,lt. Brown said her son died in "The other portion of the his sleep _on March 1st. "I was funeral has alreadybeen paid. told he died from cardiac But the family doesn't warit a arrest.'.' . cremation. They just' want to Ms. Brown said her son, nave him buried,". Harmon who was 43-years-old, was on said. disability and did not have He further stated that anyany insurance. one making a donation According to. Ms. Brown, receives a receipt showing the Mr. Harden was diagnosed amount of the donation and. with high blood .pressurein the balance for 'the. 2000. Ms. Brown said while burial. her son didn't talk about his .. Anyone wishing to obtain health problems, she knew additional informatio-n may that his blood pressure John Harmon at" up and down a lot." Ha:rmon's ,Funeral Home at A .. Tampa native, Mr. (81'3) 626-8600. .. "1 l'j."' . ., I ; BRANDON DODGE----....... I $3.SOO.Cash -:. .. :equity : -... $3,500 Trade Equity. $5,000 Rebate $500 Farm Bureau Rebate .,... ,{. ... ..

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HAZING CASE -\ 'TI ::0 FAMU Frat Brothers Avoid Prison Ter111 For Hazing c l> < s: l> ::0 (') Kappa Brothers: Brian Bowman, Cory Gary, Michael Morton, Marcus Hughes and Jason Harris during their first trial that ended in a mistrial. Since that time, Morton and Harris have been convicted and sentenced to 2 years in prison . Bowman, Gary and Hughes pleaded 'no contest' on Monday. arid were gi\'en probation. TALLAHASSEE--Three Lauderdale, they still could fraternity brothers accused in get almost a year in jail if a case. that tested Florida's they violate probation. law against hazing avoided ''This is your chance to stay prison by pleading no contest out of jail, and I hope-I sin Monday to a lesser charge in cerely hope -you do not blow the beating of a prospective it," Dekker said. "You need to member. be perfect citizens." Each received probation, A no-contest plea means the including 30 days in a sher-. defendant does not admit or ifrs work camp, after entering deny the charges, but agrees the pleas to misdemeanor to a punishment as if guilty. hazing. Prosecutors offered The five Kappa Alpha Psi the plea deal only. after two brothers were. the first people -mistrials on felony hazing charged with violating a new charges. state law that makes it a Five Florida A&M felony, with a maxi University fraternity brothers mum, to commit hazing that _were tried together. The: sec-results in serious bodily two; and injury. each was sentenced to two.. The victim, Marcus Jones, years in prison. T .hey are 20, of Decatur, Ga. was appealing. struck on the bottom with Circuit Judge Kathleen wooden canes and in the head Dekker accepted the plea : w_ith .fists and boxing gloves l).u.t .warned :Br.ian .,._during unauthorize d ini.t ia'. Bowman, Oakland, tion rites last year. A doctor Calif.; Cory Gray, 23, of operated on his buttocks to Montgomery, _Ala., and help heal a large bruise. -Marcus Hughes, 21, of Fort Jones also suffered a brok e n Repairs No Joh Too Sniall Or Too Large 20 Years )Years E'tahlished In Seminole lleighls Communi ty DARRYL STARKES Roofin g Contractor License# R C!l0672 7 7 -. Licenscd Bnntled lnsured (813) 477-0108 Fax: (813) 236-7325 I>ARR\'L. sTARKEs 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, F L 241;..2301 or 247-3719 Key. s Made 69 and Up . ...... Latex Flat White Paint .......... $5.99gal. Oil Outside White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set. ... ...................... $2.49 ea. II B h 3 rus es................................ 99 ea. SALE ,PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ear drum. He was not present but his father, Army Master Sgt. Mark Jones, was in the courtroom Monday. "Whatever the court wants, whatever the court says," the elder Jones said afterward. The two defendants convicted in December, Michael Morton, 23,. of Fort Lauderdale, and Jason Harris, 25, of Jacksonville, are be in g held in the county jail pending rulings by Dekker on motions for a new trial. Defense lawyer Chuck Hobbs, who represented all defendants except Harris, called the plea deal "bittersweet." Most important for the three defendants is that they no longer face felony convictions and will have clean records if they complete probation he said. "As they mature and grow, it'll be just a speed bump," Hobbs said, "as opposed to something that will have a detrimental impact on their future." NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This public hearing will consider requests for changes to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map and Element . Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter 97-351, Laws of Florida, and Chapter 163.3197 Florida Stat utes. the Hillsborough County City County Planning Commission intends to consid er changes to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan for the purpose of making a recommenda tion to the Tampa City Council, at a public hearing to be held: TIME: DATE: PLACE: 5:30p.m Monday, AprilS, 2007 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 2"d Floor County Center Building Tampa, FL The proposed Future Land Use map amendments described below potentially affect the areas shown on the map PAOS-18: Future Land Use Map Amendment-from Residential-10 to Community Mixed Use-35 -in the vicinity of Busch Blvd., between 33'd & 341 h Streets (approximately 1.0 .. The public is invit!Mi to attend the public hearhig T h e Planning Commission may consider alternative proposals whic h may affect all or parts of the land iden tified . Any pe r son wishing to appeal a decision made by the Planning Commission .will need a record of the proceeding s, and for that purpose need to arrange for a verbatim record of the proceedings that i ncludes tl:le testimony and ev i dence upon which the appea l is to be _"". Reports wrll be availab l e for review one week i n advance of the he aring dat e. A copy ; ofthepro_ posed am e ndments may be inspected at the Planning Commission offices. 18th Floor 601 East Ken nedy Blvd. T ampa, F L 33602, between the hours of p m M ond a y -Friday, exc ept holidays. or on the Planning Commission at WNW thepl annrng commtsssion org Wntten comments or for additional -infoff!latic:>n ., should be drrected to Robert B Hunter FAICP, Executive Director phone (813) 2725940 you reQuire $ pecial aceommodatrons to partic ipate in this meeti .ng, please call Tony LaColla at 27 3 3774 ext. 350. a t least three workrng de3ys before the meeting :' ,.,. 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' ...... 0 0 N (f) N :I: 0 a: <( a: 1L RECIPES ptiMf 3 s SllttBOII From Tonia Turner Asparagus is Spring's most luxurious vegetable. It was once cultivated for medicinal purposes a s a natural remedy for blood cleansing and. diuretic properties. During the Renaissance, asparagus was also promoted as an aphrodisiac and banned from the tables of most nunneries. . Asparagus comes in a variety of colors including white, violet-green, pink and purple. If you must .: store any variety of asparagus, treat it as you would treat a cut flower. Trim the stems and stand them in -' : a glass with one to two inches of Cov:er with a plastic bag tc;> or until ready to use. .-.. ,. . . : > :---.... ... Asparagus is low in ca. lories and provides substantial amounts of two antioxidants-vitamin A C. It truly shines as a source of folate and has a goodly amount of fiber. . , ' . . .. ' '''. ' ltJ11t01t JisA WitA_ Aspataf114S ,------'--------., . ;, 5 medium lemons, divided 1/2 cup Sun-Dried Tomato Vinaigrette Dressing 4 firm-textured fish fillets (tilapia or salmon) 1 lb. asparagus, trimmed. Squeeze juice 1 of -the lemons; mix with the dressing. Pour half of the dressing mixtore into large plastic bag. Add fish fillets; seal bag. Marinate in refrigerator at least 15 min. Cover and refrigerate remaining dressing mixture for later use. Preheaf oven. Cut each of :the remaining lemons into 4 slices 'Remov_ e fish from marinade; discard bag and marinade. Place 8 of the lemon slices in pan and top with the fish Brush with reserved dressing mixture. Cook .fish 5 1 0 min. Add remaining 8 lemon slices at)d. 'cook ari add.itional -5 :min . or until Jish flak e s fork and' asparagus is : crisp t e n der, brushing with the rese!'Yed mixture. ' '\. ' ... ,": ':' ... I, l:'lo ,. 1 /2 cup Classic Marinade 1 lb. boneiess beef sirloin steak (3/4 inch thick) 2 lb. spear tips 6 flour tortillas, cut into 5 strips ---'. ( . DIRECTIONS: Pour 'marinade_. over steak in large resealable plastic bag or glass baking d ish. Seal bag or cover dish. Refrigerate at least 30 min. t o marinate. Meanwhile, preheat grill to medium heat. Remove s 'teak from marinade; discard bag and marinade . steok 13 to 16 min: for medium donene.ss (.l60F), turning occasionally. Meanwhile steam osparagus 8 to i 0 min. or until c risp -ter)der Cut steak into thin strips. Place 2 to. 3 steak and about 2 asparagus tips on -each tortilla strip ;:roll secure with frilled toothpicks or red b ell pepper. ties. Serve warm.: Co'ver and refrigerate any lefto. v _er wraps. ... ,_ .. . .. y! . ; ; : ... Roast OAie4tJII --: _... --.. -. "( .. .. . .: ... 1. .. : , 5 asparagus spears, cut Into pieces 2 Tbsp. Sun-Dried Tomato .' Vinalgrette Dresslng 1/2 cup chopped cooked chicken 1 oz. Monterey Jack Cheese, -cubed 1 tomato, cut Into wedges spears on plate with 1/4 cup water; cover and '(ent. Microwave on HiGH 1 'min. Spoon dressing into individual s alad bowL Top with . cheese, osparagusend Toss lightiy. . '-i .-. ..... "' t -. .. 1 -."";_ l!' ';_... q :-.... ... : I ..... For All Yolir Seatoocl Delights, Marvin Has Just What You Need. Fresh & Smoked Muliet -Trout Sna .... Shrimp sheap Head live Blue 2 Tbsp. Italian Dressing 1 lb. asparagus spears ; ,._ cut into 1 lengths ' a eggs '' 1/4 CUp 'nillk 1 cup Cheddar divided .. "\ ' . . . .-_.. : DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 3500F. Heat dressing in large nonstick ovenproof skiilet ori 'medium-high heat; 'Add asparagus: .. cool< : s minutes, stirrin9 occasionally: Beat eggs. .milk of the cheese inmediurl\.bowl until well blended: Pour stir.: until w e ll blended>:Bake 20 minutes> or until center is .s.et: Sprinkle with f . .. \ ,"- .. remaining l/2 cup cheese; continue_ bakin:g.S oJ until cheese. ' . '(.0.:'. . ' ,. 'i ' .' '' I /o 1s melted. Cut 1nto 4 wedg_ es .to : >:;_ ... : .. .:::i .: .. <
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RECIPES spriltfJ 3s 7Ao 1or ... AsptttttfJ14S 'I' ' . Asptttttf114S, S4tiHtp l. Pttsta l bunch asparagus spears, cut into pieces 1 /2 .cup prepared Garlic & Herb Sell ad Dressing & Recipe Mix, divided 1 lb. cleaned medium shrimp . 1 large red pepper, cut Into thin strips 2 cups pasta or ziti pasta, uncooked . 1 pkg. (4 oz,) feta Cheese : DIRECTIONS: Coqk asparagus in Tbsp. of_ tl:l. e prepared dressing in large nonstick skillet on_ m e dium heat 3 minutes. s t i rring A9d shrimp and red pepper: Cook 5 m i nutes or until shrimp turn p ink cind vegetables -are crisp -lender. s tirrin g occasionally : Meanwt:Jile, pasta as directed on pockage. Drain past a; p lace in large s er.ving bowl.. Add rema i n ing dressing. <;Jfl d cl1eese: toss lightly 1. . ;.;-I ,;, ._ -':> : .. ,. :_. 4 Si.rlbin. .. .-.. ._ Publix Pre m ium Ce rti f i ed B ee f ; U S D A C hoice, ; (M a v e r ic k R : m ( h ".Na f q r;Jlit e,He.r; f I n i n ... l b (,_9'/) -. .Sf. .. tiP -1' () 1 !)(.:: .. E} -. ' -BBQ ,:.,-.. -Rotisserie -C h . k .. L L4n IC e n . : : .. .. .. . . . Hot o r F res h C hill e d .. fr6m t h e: . P u b li x Del i ; each .....:. -Agpt;ttttf114S, l. OtttltftJ Sttlttd ,_ 2 heads lettuce, washed, torn 1 large red onion, sliced, separated Into rings 2 large seedless oranges, peeled, cut crosswise Into slices . lib. fresh asparagus spears, blanched. 1/2 cup Creamy Poppyseed Dressing DIRECTIONS: Cover large serving platter with lettuce; top with onions and oranges Top with.-dsparagus: drizzle with dressing. f5,11b . \ _ .. ) :-t . .',., :: r ; ... : ( ; J (_ ..__.... .. 2 pkg. Cream Cheese, softened . 1/2 cup sugar,: . 1 grated lime peel 2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice 1 /2 tsp. vanilla .o. 2 eggs < c :_ 1 Graham Pie Crust ( 6 oz.) 1 cup DIRECTIONS: Preheat -oven t o 350f . Bea t cream cheese_, sugar, peel, ju i c e and ,.,._, vanilla with eleCtr i C mixer on medium ;!! : _speed uritn : well blended; Add eggs; mix o just until blended. ,,, ._. Pour ihto crust l>' Bake 40 minutes 6 ( until center i s 6 Jrnos"f . set. CooL ho_ u r s orove(nigb.t. Zc:' Top . whipped topping "just. before . :::f .. s er:Ving.. .: ;-;-7 . Store leftover in reJrigf?rat6r. _. r;-: .=. _, : . : . -t.. : ::' : , : ... -.f' : ;-., : .-r.' r : ; . .._. --. ; .:;,..

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. c a: u. c .z < > .ic:( c UJ w '"1-c w -l: UJ. .-::::i m :::l D. z i= w ..:I ...J ':l ., I ...J w z i=' z .. w .UJ C(' Q a: 0 ...J LL ,._ :_ .. < .. . w .. <( : a.: STEPHEN A. WilliAMS, M.D., P.A. (BOARD CERTIFIED PEDIATRICIAN) .. Call For Flu Shots Sie Kids From Age 0 Years T -Same Dav Appolntme_nt Walk-In Patients Welcome I Melllnld, HMOs, Cish-Onlv I Mon., Tues. Thurs. 9A.M.-6P.M. Wed., Fri. 8:30A.M.-5P.M. 714 w. Martin Luther King Blvd. FL33603 .. '-: Tal (813) 223-6222 Fax(813)223-6020 Hilve'A :Great "Smile!! :;,_. :. -_. .. For Children & Adults . Monthly .. .';):, ; :k :' ,.,. :.:-,_ .-. '. .. .. :_ 7 NeviPatients Welcorfle .., Complimentary Initial Examinations ; William F. Marsh;'-o.o:s., P.A. ,.,_' .. :v_;::,:: :; : .... ,. J'allaferro Ave at 1-275. N) Tampa, FL: It is our office 'policy that the patient and any Other responsible 'ror paynient h .as right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or to be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or trealment which Is performed as a resuft of and wnhin 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted-fee, or reduced lee seryice, examination or treatment. ; HEALTH ;-Regional aum. .. ... :. > .--. Receives High --lines to achieve this status. The only other The burn care service at Tampa General Hospitl:u has once again received the highest honor a burn center can receive: Verification by the American Burn Association (ABA) and the Committee on Trauma (COT) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). The hospital voluntarily met criteria that ensure burn center capability and institutional per -Jormance, providfng optimal care for its verified bu_rn center in Florida is at Shands : ... : in Gainesville. patients, TGH became the first burn centerin Florida to be verified in 2003 . and recenj;ly went through another rigorous :review process, meeting the most stringent guide-jointly by the American College of Surgeons and the American Burn Association in 1995,. the Bu"rn Center Verificatim;liConsultatipn for hospi. tals promotes the development of burri cen_ ters in which participants provide the hospi: tal resources necessary . for optimal care o( burn patients. This spectrum of care extends from tQ.e prehospitalphase through'the reha-bilitation process. .: .... ,; ,, Black Children:Get i Slcker ... Than .oth'ers __ From secondhand -Smoke "" I Over the past decade,. Black Americans have been living longer and Iorig'er. Race may be a factor in determining whether a child gets sick from .secondhand smoke, suggests a study pub. lished in the March issue of.. : CHEST, the Journal. Qf the American ColJege. -of Chest Physicwns (ACCPJ. .. } . While-there is still much work to be done, i( current trends continue, :a new study suggests, the gapjn lifeexpectancy between, Blacks and Whites could vanish before long. Researchers said American children witn asthrna who are e'xposed to sec. such as ondhand smoke have signifi' infant death syndrome, and cantly higher toxin levels .low birth weight, and we rieed '.' than White : c:hilqren . ,to .; "African-American children -St_epp_en Wj.lson,\!'. suffer from high.er rates of M:p, :of'theUnivers-ity or.;:::, tobacco-related. disorders Cincinnati: ... ..:..>., "' ,.,..."; The report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, based 'on ari analysis of 46 million deaths over two decades, shows that White males lived on average .6.3 years 'longer. than African-American males in 2003, a drop from 8.4-year 10 years ear lier. Life expecta'ncy ty among women dropped from 5.6 years t'o 4.5. years over the same time period . However, Black medical experts' say 'tha.t there's no of the gap ing as long as Blacks suffer f:ro.m : )n!l.deqiua te .. and unequal acce'ss to, health. _._:.: ., .. Kidney Moreco ... mon :: n-BJacks' -. '' Almost 10 percent of the American population has a r .elative _with Renal'. Disease (ESRD>, _) ' . -which is kic;lney damage that requires either dialysis pr a And In a those that' do .are more likely.: Journal _t(idev.elop .the condition. of .. : 'a '. '-': th.emselves, -according to a AdoJescent study out of, Emory. researchers )l.f: M.ic.higan :,J)jsordcr: University iri Atlanta. But State University 2CCD>: Thc for African Americans the Iistied a link betwe en 'smok-effe'ct' .o{ is even more severe ... ing bx mothers .and,,''s trio _kihg ESRD is .. twice as common troubled behavior in children ;;, wa s in de. . '.i. .. ... ..... in thEm in. a ccording :to The. . p c :nderrt Wh_ it'e AQ-tcric;ans. :Famny: : : :::'' : .;:' ':if. i1_ ttict history also seein'ed tQ be. .i: "The r esearchcr:dnund r.clatcd 'to other hlgh-risk fac'i mo .the. rs'. fact1irs; ; s -; tors fi'1r kidney ... "'' .. .. high' blocJd. dl.'veloJ'nH>r,t 1 .of : hot h ./NiurntJnn' and aleolwl. or. ., sugar., Oppc,sition!ll' : .. ;, .--:.'.

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HEALTH :. -. .. Poor Health.care lilack -Prostate .cancer Risk Culture May Stop Slim: D _own Of Overweight: Black .Women Culture may play a role in by a doctor according to worn-why so many African enshealth. gov Some medical 1\l Poor access to decent health ;, car e I s a major culprit i n A fr ican American men's high : e r rates.of prostate cancer, according to new research to Americans are overweight, and health. p rofessionals o according to the American admit that they rar ely broach Obesity Association . the topic of of For example, Black culture-fear that' it will be perceived be published in the April says it's OK for Black women as culturally insensi tive. Still, to carry a little extra weight, health care providers know issue of Cancer. Although .researchers found that Black -American men generally know about prostate .and its r.isks, they are more and it's even regarded as that being overweight or sexy, experts say . Also, cui-obese is a path to life-.threat'two and. a half times more to.,Q;ie .. thal;l White_ nien. Wpy? ,The. cuiprit se'ems to b e : that African-American men are less likely to have consistent health care from ;a. regular provider, which,, i n turn meflnsthey ate less likely to have_ early detectiqn, diagno_ sis and treatmen' t of the turally, foods such as fried that 78% of women are ening diseases. The Centers chicken,. and,.,. that includes for. Di'sease. Control and greens made With fatback are;_ the 50.8% who are obese. And Prevention report that Black rath.er_ than; 'yet, Blacks are two __ to three women .suffer higher rates shunned. The association says times more likely than Whites. and-more s'evere cases of dia:j to say their weight is avetag'e 'betes,' cardio-ease. ;. Prean!l.jt-'lllack : mants_Neecl More VItamin o __ .. : .I . Black women . and infants, stm may not be getting enough. Vitamin D, accor_ding to a new study. published' in the March issue ., .. of Annals of Epidemiology ...... The disparity arises. darker-skinned people have to be exposed longer to the sun to make vitamin D andBlg_cks are less likely '"" than Whites to take vitamin /: ;;; eat ceftain :Vitamin foods, ;6 such: as milk. One reason. is that researchers have found that Blacks are more intolerof la_ctose, a sugar foup.d > irl-'-milk.=--_ .. --rilultiv (tai:1'in-. ___ ., . Milk Does The BODY Good!! -Black .Women Have Highest : Colorectal -_; Cancer -: :Death. Rates-. Although Black women are at the highest risk of any -for developing and dying o[ cancer, the vast ll:lajority of them do not feel they are at risk' for the. -disease. The report, which is basedon a recent Harris poll, cites that. 96% of Black wori.1e n mistakenly believe they are not at risk for CRG, resulting in 70.% of those who at:e 45t. not getting )ifesavin g GRG screen-. i _ngs. In .response,-_ the Blacll W01ilen s Heciltli lniperatiue has joined force. s with the Nation'al Women's. Health Resour'ce center in launch-ing-African American_ Worri.en Dare' to be Aware, a program designed to promote early CRC screenings among Black women. rllalce . _s,..-&t __ ; ;$ift'. -. '' 'Skin lnfections/i=ungal Na1.s ' m a ck m en marc l ik Q ly than' tb' :die of. @ Ingrown Nails br:cast:cancer, a -c: ;: ,, that rn.-t;re:: t1J Pain .. -.__ research. into' raCial di_ s _pni-1' .. -tics. in male bi;cast canter. \!i Bunions ( Hammered Toes 1\la .le_brenst eani.;er ac, -i" l Socks counts for less than 1 percent :.. . . . of nli breast cancers and less -i: .(t Most Insurances -,.,:. than 1 all canc e ... C/'1 Commitment To Excell ence .. ',';;-, > _.: in . ground int',;rmntion in 'i{ i'i 0..\\'li::_r:.c] l' a s c al>-ci u t;:.:.-.the ." study. In :j Stales, and the diseasp kil.lld about 400 men. In the s_tu .. .. _, F Jve:yenr 90 perc ent _t'mthc : 456 .. : men in : the: study : perccn. t 34: -. J>laclt mcll . .... : ... l :. n re i n the March 20 issue of thc of Cl inimf" O;milog) SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Contact Us For Easy, Affordable Access To A Podiatrist: www.AccessFootCare.corn 1-866-435-FOOT (866-435-3668) Town-N-Country 6101 Webb Road Suite 309 : l..oiic at Up To 20 Lbs.A : Women Stop Shaving! End Cl,.lulilc! '!\len. End lnj.lnnm Hair /l'achil Humps! Phvsiclan Monitored Program! j .f,:.' ''' F:.t Biitiwr. i :.iss -l. "' 1 ; Stit)nll:mts. -.: FI>AAppnwcil Appel til ; Suppr..-ssotnl . 1-:R .. Bntly Cnmpn_sili;n 1\nul\sts (BC/\r.ls!'m Flnritla & lsi in Tampa'lby :tn:a: ;i;u uhligulinnln s1:1rt a wcighl lnss prugr:nn. J :L' z c 'Tt c -( : t.' .. ="> ': .. -;-" .. ' ,

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,.... 0 0 N ENTERTAINMENT cw) N :::t: (.) a: <( :E > <( c a: u. R. Kelly Previews New Album On The Phone R. Kelly is back with a new album titled "Double Up," set to hit stores May 29 via Jive, and he's asking fans to preview it by dialing in to a hotline (312-278-3965) for song snippets. "Since y'all called, I'ma give y'all a few Iii snippets. Here's what I'm about to hit y'all with," says the Pied Piper himself in a tele-. phone greeting before going into five-second snippets of a few featured on the album. "Blow It Up," featuring Young Jeezy and Young Dro, is the first track he plays, and "they're killing it," Kelly assures of his choice for guest features. "Leave Your Name," a track based on an answering machine greeting, follows, as .. -Kelly. :croons, should be on your ringtone." Other songs on themessage include the title track, featuring Snoop Dogg, '"Freak I{ in the Club," "Rockstar" featuring Ludacris, "Pull Your Hair," and "Put Some Money on.It, featuring Rick Ross. "Unfortunately. I',m. 'sleep, been out partying all night, and 'rm blasted off that Hennessey. Le-ave your name after the beep, and Kelly also claims that ,; during the message 'recording, he was in the middle of working on a track called "Hook It Up". featuring Kanye West. "We're doing vocals on it," he:says before .. going into the music, "but I guess I can play a little of what I'm working on a: u. sureto get oack with c you if I'm not a 'sleep or : smoking on some trees.'.' As the verse comes to an end, 'Kelly. "That c i_; ; ., . . UJ. . .:'![ w ::) ..... > a: w > w Q W :::t: en :::; m ::) Q. z tu .... .... ::) m w z .:. i= z w en .< c a: 0 .... u. m 0 N .,_ w -, (!) <( Q. . :" ""Si.mPsOns Shock -Book:''lf I Did It' Will ''Be Auctioned LOS ANGELES, CA -A judge ordered Tuesday that.: rights to O.J. Simpson's aborted book, "If t Did be sold. at auction to helpsatisfy a civil judgment against theformer football star ....:... meaning the book could find its way stores. The ruling comes four months after Simpson's bo6k about. how he could have committed the 1994' murders of his Nicole Brown and her -friend; Ron 0. J. SIMPSON ,,.-(]oldman, was scrubbed by Goldman's la"';yer, David News Co rp. mc.dia_ tyc9on Cook, said Ru.pe. r t M u rd_oc. h . . . "0 J tl bl > k JS now on 1e 1 c . Los Angeles s uperior On right hand we get to Co-urt sell the book, af)d on the left R.qsenber.g's decision we get the money.'1 c(nlleS at the .request of Ron Cook said Goldman did Goldman's fath.cr, Fred not necessarily W
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ENTERTAINMENT 'Grey's' Washington Makes Donation LOS ANGELES --Isaiah Washington, who traced his ancestral roots to Sierra Leone through DNA testing, has donated $25,000 to a computer animation project that aims to detail the Atlantic slave trade. "Grey's star startEid a founda tion the lives West ... "The stories of innumerable Sierra Leoneans that I ISAIAH WASHINGTON were forced into slavery and its details to see what have yet to be extensively Africans 250 told," Washington said in a years ago. L statement. "I believe this "Our computer animation ,project will begin to shed project will allow us to go some much-needed light on beyond the imagination, and. the region, both past and actually see how the Atlantic present." J>lave trade was carried out," The con1puter project which ds crudal beca'use focuses on Bunce Island,. an evfants t:Qen could not be doc. . 18th-century' slavc-irading uinented by photography, : castle that sent African capOpala said in a tives io North America. washin-gt'on's donation Joseph Opala and Gary 'was. made through his Chatelain, professors at GondobayManga Jan'ies Madison University Foundation and the Friends in Virgini:a, are directing th.e of Sierra Leon .. e; a project, 'vhich will show the spokesman s;aid Wednesday. castle aH it appeared in The star of ABC's hit med1805 ical drama came under fire They hope to create an. this year for using an antieducational CD that will let gay slur,for which he later students to look at the castle apologized Subscribe Today: BROTHER'S GA: A ,PHIC: S --. 1248 E. Hillsborough Suite#206 Busta Wraps Up Shooting Movie Forrester'. Star Finds Nevv Lead Role Busta Rhymes has wrapped shooting his scenes for the Tom Berenger flick "Order of Redemption" -in New Jersey. The rapper was due to film his '_i.ceries in New York last weekend, but the New York Police Department wouldn't allow him on the set, citing security concerns. Another. 'American Idol' Contestant Axed "Finding Forrester" star Rob Brown has been cast as the first AfricanAmerican football player to win the Reisman Trophy in the new Universal film, The Express." T-he actor will suit up as Ernie D .avis, an athlete who was raised in poverty in Pennsylvania coal-mining country. He never played one day in the NFL because he was _diagnosed with leukemia shortly after his draft day. Davis' coach and father fl.gure, Ben Schwartzwalder, will be played by actor De,nnis Quaid .': In themeantime, Brown also stars in the upcoming ROB BROWN Paramount film "Stop Loss," about a soldier who refuses to return to duty in Iraq, and will appear this year in "Live!," an in die pic co-starring Eva Mendes ana Jay Hernandez .. Producer Tlmbala'nd wal,its To Help BRANDON ROGERS NEW YORK ---Timbaland, who"s crafte_ d hits for Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado, wants to help Britney Spears NEW YORK ;__ Brandon reclaim her once-stellar .. IJ!;:'@:{i'J}::j Rogers, who forgot the words career, -to his .song on Tuesday's "I feel her pain, it really' "Ame1;ican Idol; had a feeling bothers me," the 34-year-old he wo'U1dll'nast:He got con-.' :rapper-producer says in an firma. J;!on . Wednesday. interview in Entertainment Rogers," a former backup Weekly magazine's March 16 singer from Angeles, issue I'm the type ofperson became the first of the final who tries to save the world. I dozen to be voted off the top-just want to take her away, TIMBALAND rated Fox network sing-off. go overseas, and .wOI'k (it) -"lhavenohardfeelings," out.".,._. ; .. -:.. Rogers, 28, said before do it with me?"' ; ing the st11-ge . I kind of. -Timbaland says he invit. d T ... b 1 k h' "b t In dramatic d 'isplay,-pop expe cted it." e 1m er a e, 1s: es Rogers said he committed a friertd'' arid Spears' ex-princess Spears shaves her "cardinal by stumbling boyfriend, to be .part of that head and gets new with some of the lyrics of the plan. . . . Motown classic "You Can't "I asked 'How . .The 26 year-old $exyBacll Hurry Love. Judge Simon . .would you feel about me .. singer said he would, a:ccord Cowell, who has routinefy,: k 'th B ?, 1 ing to. Timbaland, who t .. d R fi 1 k f wor mg w1 r1 ney., .. en ICtze ogers or a ac o : h , notes: gotta be charisma, said h is -perfor. ha. d to _ask. 1m .that, T b I d d serious." rriance was dull' and unin: tm a an IS ,quote as spired .', : . ,SO.PflfSTICAT PRtlOUCTlltNS PRESENTS: .. :: BY JOHN, DEE JAY, AND MR. .... ,:::. :aT< :JR..-:r:ta: ,-!i . . ,r V C P J S : 21':AND .UP lADIES IN-FREE & , ..' .DRINK FREE UNTit l.lPM: ...... . :' . OfJVS DRINKS UNtil UPM' .. MABRY uwv., TAMPA, fl (ala) soo-234s ,w.whisewulrth BRESS lU IMPRESS . . Nil SNf..A.fRS I NO : . "T1 ::0 c )> < s: )> ::c (") :::t 1\) w 1\) 0 0 -....,! r-, 0 ::0 a )> en m z -t. z m r.-: m c: .. r-r-!!J z "0 c: tD r-c;; :::t m c m < m ::u < -f C: m en c )> < ')>. z c "T1 ::0 a )> < "0 ' )> G') m 1\) ...1. I Ill

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ALL MY CHILDREN: To get back at Adam for his tormenting of Krystal, Tad, Jamie, Aidan and Jeff made it appear as though Adam was losing his mind. Adam was taken to the sanitarium, where he encountered Janet and cut a deal with her. JR triumphed when the Chandler Enterprises board sided with him and ousted Adam from the 'company. Coming: The "old" JR hasn't gone away. in order to make Carly jealous and prove that she still loves him. Coming: Jason s decision haunts his every move. GUIDING LIGHT: Following Reva's incriminating testimony Josh was found guilty and sentenced to at least 15 years in pri son Determined to wake Alan up by any means available, Cassie got hold of a risky drug, but it was Reva who administered the shot. Ava wanted nothing more to do with Alan-Michael after Olivia presented in court a video of him walking Coming: Alan-Michael won't give up on Ava. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Learning that Craig had obtained the company by get ting Lily's signature, Dusty quit. Craig told Lucinda that the price for getting her com pany back is Johnny's location Later, Faith a despondent Lily deny to Lucinda that she has a drug habit. Coming: Gwen is shaken by her attack. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Donna encouraged Phoebe and Rick to be together, and reserved the honeymoon suite for them, then secretly had the bill e-mailed to Ridge. After promising Brooke that he would never lay a hand on Rick, Ridge found hi(Tl and Phoebe alone together and hit Rick, knocking him out. Coming: Taylor's ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Natalie was crushed when, after she accepted the presumed marriage proposal, John confessed that wasn't his intention Starr and Cole tried to run away upon learning he was being sent to military school, but Todd caught them at the bus station and started strangling Cole. Coming: John and Natalie decide what their future will be. fears of being second choice might come true DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Max and Kayla headed to Italy, where they snuck into Stefano's hospital room and Kayla photographed Stefano's surgical scars and obtained his fingerprjnt$. Philip and EJ cut a deal whoever finds Shawn first will tell the other J On the island, Shawn got into a bar fight and Gabby, with her own motives, prevented _hi. s Philip arrived on the island, and Shawn spotted him PASSIONS: Luis, framed for killing Rae broke into an apartment to retrieve evi dence and was caught in a fire started by the real killer Fancy and Sam responded to Simone's 911. call and shot at Luis, believing the arsonist is the man inside. Eve was forced to give Jared medical clearance to marry Theresa after the blackmailer threatened her with never seeing her long-lost son. Coming: Is Theresa finally out of options? YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Kevin hacked into Ji Min's e-mail and discovered that Jack tried preventing Gloria from doing the reality show. Gloria surprised Ji Min when she turned up for the shoot. Unaware that the cameras were rolling Jill blabbed to Ji Min about Cane being her son, Cane to tell Jill that this video could hasten his deportation. Coming: Daniel tries to hide his Internet pas sion from Lily. Coming: Kayla's alarm. .., GENERAL HOSPITAL: Mr Craig used a threat against Patrick to make Robin and Nikolas act like they've fallen in love. However, Robin managed to get a sample of Nikolas' blood to the hospital for analysis. Amelia put Sam on edge by bringing up her past. Jax admitted to a furious Carly that he pretended to slept wit h Alexis IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK .. the next five to six months will bring complex romantic decisions and lasting social change After mid-April, key relationships will expand to include plans for relocation, new financial budgets or revised family goals. ARIES (March 21-April 20). Financial partnerships, home rela tionships and large investments will drain your emotional reserves. Expect roommates or younger friends to challenge yo ur opinions or demand revised home budgets. Offer detailed suggestions and new social outlets,_:serious information and bold discussions will bring the desired results ', TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Business and social invitations may be postponed Expect a close friend to discuss v i tal changes to security, finances or family expectations. l:.ong-term career and home aspirations may be central themes. New ideas will soon prove reliabl.e;.remain attentive and watch for meaningful improvement. GE;MINI (May 21-June 21). A close friend may reveal ongoing ..-romantic problems or lingering social fears Key relat ionships and trusted friendships will steadi!y deepen, so not to worry. At pre. sent, howeve r, loved ones may be reluctant of commitment. Remain sensitive to the private needs of others; powerful doubts will soon be resolved. CANCER (June 22-July 22) Unexpected business cancella tions or sudden job changes may trigger bold family discussions If possible. schedule extra private time in the home and wait for a calmer atmosphere; fresh ideas and renewed career ambitions will soon become a top priority. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). A close friend may boldly announce new lifestyle goals or a risky career plan. Private financial agree ments fast investments or complex land documents may be cen tral themes. Workable ideas will be exposecj as challenging but inspired. Remain optimistic; your experience will help secure last ing contracts VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Money promises and revised employment strategies are pos itive but potentially scattered. Expect loved ones to unknowingly provide misinformation or mis place key documents. Clearly define new expectations; close r ela tives and romantic part!'lers may need extra guidance or structure. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23) For many Librans, rekindled romance and new sensuality are highly distracting Expect friends and lovers to compete for your time, attention and loyalty. Although all looks positive, loved ones may still lingering doubts or anxieties Stay minQr disputes are best quickly and permae nently resolved ;-;_ SCORPIO A relati v e or friend may request persona l information l)rivat e rom a : nti c details : Routine family plans, social expec t a tions or establislied group activities m ay a ll be affec!ed. Ask pro.bing questions but expect a delayed respons; loved ones may need extra time to process difficult emotions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Team assignments and grc.LOp plans may be unexpectedly canceled F riends colleagues or close relativ es may provide faulty social il1formation or mistaken facts Predictable patterns may not be easi ly estab lished ; if possi bl e w ait for clear before taking ris ks . CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20) Confi d e nc e and socia l opti mism will bring lasting change .to stalled relationships Many Capricorns will expand their emotional influence with friends, colleagues and older r e lativ es. Use this time to clarify short term career goals or-foster n e w friendships. You won't be disappointed. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Although reluctant to ask, a friend or lover may need extra guidance and support Business expe nses minor disputes with colleagues or rev ised assign ments may all be bothersome E ncourage creative so lution s ; decisive action and a firm commitment to new procedures will ensure last ing confidence. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Bosses or managers may improve established policies Daily instructions, financi a l promises or job promotions may a ll be affected Workplace change will b e a con tinUing theme for several w ee ks; remain patient but r espo nd ly to permanent docum e nt s For some Pisceans, limited job advancement will soon trigg e r bold decisions. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. The Departed, Warner Bros., R 2. Stranger Than Fiction, Sony P ictures, PG-13 3. Babel, Paramount Van-tage, United International Pictures, R 4: Man of the Year, Universal Pictures, PG-13 5. The Prestige, Warner Bros., PG-13 6. The Guardian, Buena Visa Pictures, PG-13 7. Flags of Our Fathers, DreamWorks, R 8. A Good Year, 20th Cen tury Fox, PG-13 9. Flushed Away, Paramount Pictures, PG-13 10. Tenacious Din 'The Pick of Destiny', New l.:lne Cinema, R . TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Daughtry, Daughtry, RCA 2. Not Too Late, Norah Jones, Blue Note 3 Konvicted, Akon, Konvict/Upfront/SRC/Universal Motown -4. Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island 5 The Evolution of Robin Thicke, Robin Thicke, star Trak . __ 6. FutureSex/LoveSounds, Justin Timberlake, Jive 7. Loose, Nelly Furtado, Mosley/Geffen 8. Dreamgirls, Soundtrack, Music World/Columbia 9.' Corinne Bailey' Rae, Corinne Bailey Rae, Capitol 10. Taking the Long Way, Dixie Chicks, -TOP POP SINGLES . 1 This Is Why .I'm. Hot, Mlms, Capitol . 2. Don't Matter, Akon, Konvlct/Upfront/SRC 3. The Sweet Escape, Gwen Stefani, featuring Akon, lnterscope 4. What' Goes Around ... Comes Around, Justin Timberlake, Jive 5. Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, RCA 6. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island 7 Cupid's Chokehold, Gym Class Heroes, featuring Patrick Stump, Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/ Atlantic 8 Glamorous, Fergie, featur ing Ludacris, wlll.l.am/A&M 9 Break It Off, Rihanna and Sean Paul SRP/Def Jam 10. Say It Right, Nelly Furtado, Mosley Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. Greatest Hits ............... ............................... The Notorioas B.I.G. 2. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................... RobinTh .icke 3. Konvicted .-............................. .-............................................... Akon 4. In My Songs ............................................................. Gerald Levert 5: FutureSex/LoveSounds .................................. J!Jstin Timberlake 6 The lnspiratio!'I ......................................................... Young Jeezy 7. Corrine Bailey Rae ........................................ Corrine Bailey Rae 8. Last Night Special... ............................. : ...... : ............. ftretty Ricky 9. Soundtrack .................................................................. Dreamgirls 10. We Got This ........................ B.G. And The Chopper City Boyz 11. Soundtrack ........................... Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls 12. Clara: The Evolution ....... : .................................. ..... Ciara 13. Like Father, Like Son ............................... Birdman & Lit Wayne 14. Hip Hop Is Dead ........................................................ : .... ........ Nas 15. Reflections (A Retrospective) .................... ; ......... Mary J. Blige 16. B'Day .............................................................................. Beyonce 17. 21 ................................................. .... ............ .... .... 0marlon 18: Kingdom Come .................................................................. Jay-Z 19. Press Play .................. ; ...................................................... .. Diddy 20. Alter Ego ................................. ... .................... ; ......... : .... Tyrese ....... Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Lost Without U .......... ; ....................................... : ...... Robin Thicke 2. This Is Why I'm Hot ............................................. ; ................. Mims 3. You .................. .. ... ............................. Lloyd Featuring Lit' Wayne 4. ThrowSome D's .. ; ............... Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 5. Buddy .. : ........................... ............... ............. ;Musiq Soulchild 6. Ice Box ..................................................... : .... : ...... ./ ....... ; ... Omarion 7. .................... .... : .............. Chris Brown Featuring Jay Biz 8. I'm A Fllrt ...... ,.:Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and T-Pain 9. Promise..................................... . ................................. .... :.Ciara 10. On The Hotline ...................... ..... ...... ... : ...... . :.Pretty Ricky 11. Go Getta ................................... Young Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly 12. Last Night ................................... DiddyFeaturlng Keyshia Cole 13. Please Don't Go ... ....... ................................................ ; ... ; .. Tank 14.' And I Am Telling Yen: La Not Golng .............. Jennifer Hudson 15. Runaway Love ...... ; ............ .... Ludacrls Featuring Mary J. Bilge 16 2 Step .................................................... ........ ................... Unk 17. 1st Tim ...... : ..... Yung Joe Featuring Marque Houston & Trey .: ..... Songz .. . 18. Rocl' Yo Hlps ............... : ...... Crlme Mob Featuring Lll Scrappy 19. Walk It Out ............................................................................. Unk 20. Like A Boy .... .... .-...... : .................................... ; ..... -. ............. Clara. . \ S entine l's Top 10 R a p Albums 1 Greatest Hits ............................................. ;. The Notorious B.1.G. 2. The lns_ plratlon .......................................................... Young Jeezy 3. Last Night Speclai .................................... ; ................. Pretty Ricky 4. We Got This ............................ B G. And The Chopper City Boyz 5. Like Father, Like Son .... ......................... .. Birdman & Lll Wayne 6 Hlp Hop Is Dead ...................................................... : ..... .. : ....... Nas 7 Kingdom Come ......... ... .. .. ............. ............ ... ... ...... : : ........ : ... Jay-z 8 Press Play ................................................. : .. : .................... Diddy 9. Alter Ego ............................................................ .................. Tyrese 10. The Price of Fame ................. ......................... ........... Sow Wow S entine l's T o p 10 Rap Singles 1 Tb s Is Why I'm Hot. .............. ........... .............. ....... .. .. .... ... ..... Mims 2. Throw Some D's .......... : ........ Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 3. Runaway Love ........................ Ludacrfs Featuring Mary J. Blige 4. Make H Rain .................................... Fat Joe Featuring Ul Wayne 5. Walk It Out. .................... .' ......................................................... Unk 6. Go Getta ....... : ............................ Young Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly 7. I'm A ....... Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and T-Pain 8. We Fly Hlgh .............. .-... .-................................................ Jim Jones 9 2 Step ............ .. ....... ......................... : ....................... : ............. Unk 10 Rock Yo Hlps ............. .......... 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Residents from Tampa and throughout the state were on hand at the ceremony that honored Dr. Walter L. Smith by the Architecture Building at Florida A & M University after him. Dr. Smith was the schopl's 7th president. During his tenure as presi dent, Dr. Smith fought for the development of. the Architecture Building .and opposed government officials who felt the school didn't need the building Dr. Smith served as president of the historically Black school of higher learn ing for 8 year-s. He is credit ed with the development of five academic buildings the upgrade of Bragg Memorial Stadium,. and spearheading the development o( four schools and colleges. Several residents from Tampa were on hand for the. joyous occa. sion. (Photographs by" Ricky Roberts and Lomax Mcintyre.). Little Andrae smith stands in front of the new sign the Architecture Building at FAMU in honor of her grandfather, Dr. WalterL.Smith. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, of Tampa were among those who witnessed the ceremony honoring Dr. Walter L. Smith. MR. and MRS. WILLIAM (SHIRLEY-FOXX) KNOWLES Dr. Walter Smith is shown with several of his family members who traveled to Tallahassee for the dedicatol')' ceremony. DR. RODNER WRIGHT Deari of School of Architecture at FAMU MRS. MARY WHITE DARBY President Tampa Chapter FAMUAlumni MRS CAROLYN HEPBURN COLUNS Among those in attendance at the ceremony were Rev. Willie Cook, pastor of Allen Temple AME Church, who gave the dedicatory prayer for the Opening Ceremony, Dr. Castell Bryant, the Interim President of FAMU, Dr. Walter L. Smith, Dr. Rodner Wright, and Senator Al Lawson. Some of those attending the ceremony-were: Alan Kay, Rhunette Willis, Walter Smith, III, Dr. Walter Smith (the honoree), and Earl Jones. Shown on the back row: Richard Van Landingham, Mayor of Cairo, GA, Rev. Henry Flowers, and Dr. Ann Flowers. ., ---.. Several residentS from Tamj,a were on hand at the dedication ceremony honoring Dr. Walter Smith.

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' LOCAL 'Bartender Of Th e Decade' Retums To Receive Award On April 14th, former Tampan Randy Graham will be returning to receive an award as "Bartender of the Decade." Graham is currently the general manager of Club 35 Sunset m Beach, Florida. While residing in Tampa, Graham bartended at the Trip To Get Gas Has Changed Woman's Life BY. LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer refused to drop the opposing an officer charge. "I don't feel I did anything When Ms. Almarether wrong standing up for my Curtis came to Tanipa from rights. I called the police her native ChiCagQ...in that night, and as it turned she was seeking better job out I was the one charged opportunities andlooking to with a crinie .. call . . . Ms. _as .1:\ Old Manilla's, Sey Lou's, : However : an of her arrest, . all. Uptown 21, Double Decker, November 22, 2006;. has. of her id,entificwthm do1::u-and He. also soured her desire to remain ,; ments were and not managed .the 001,1ble Decker in Tampa and has launched returned: '.,;.'. l i .. .-1 and the Celebrity Night her into a battle to correct "I have a as a certiClub. what she considers a great tied LPN, a security guard's Graham participated in injustice . license, and othet: important the 1,000 Man March held ii1 Ms. Curtis had stopped at identification. None of that Tampa, and because of his a Chevron gas station near ALMARETHERCURTIS was returned to me by police, oratorical and poetic presenRANDY GRAHAM -Nebraska Ayenue i.md Busch "I was able to get an apolo-and I had to spend of tation at that event, he was Boulevard tO fuel her vehicle gy from the company that money getting those docuselected U? represent Tampa was elected State President She gave the attendant $20, owns the station and they ments bac\t. No one seems to at the Million Man March in of the NAACP Youth and arid a 'sked for $13 worth of reimbursed me my moriey care about that." Washington, . College Chapters, served as gas. That procedure didn't go Ms. Curtis plans to hire No stranger tO the political Senator and Vice President As {t turned out, Ms. exactly the way I would have an attorney to help her get c structure in : TaiD;pa, .. the HCC Ybor Campus of Curtis only got $5 worth of liked, but I put that part the final charged dropped .: ii: Graham led marches and Student GovernmEmt, Vice gas the attendant had put behind me." and possibly file a Civil-suit rallies on City Hall and the President and President of the remaining : _$8 on . What is still for the time she lost from her z Federal:. cOurthouse __ in the NAACP Hilisborough pump. -.upset about and calls an job and the hardships she's C response to Community College Ybor As a result of her dispute injustice has been her inabilfaced . crime and 1,1nsolved murders. Chapter, President of ':'lith the attendant, Ms. ity to get the charges against I think I'm owed more He was a regular e.ttendee at. Tampa's Ambassadors and Curtis her dropped. -than just an apology and . W the City Oouncil was the first Black Mr. Ybor trespassing, resisting arrest "I was able to get two ofthe $20. This 1s not the w _ay peo-speaking abo'ut probleins,, City . . . charges dropped, but they ple should be ffi . : : . Q the Bay Sharks The . . . U ./i. Players League, that includ; will be held at the Doubl e en ed 12 .bars and night dubs . Lounge, 100i'West CITY OF TAMPA SECOND MUNICIPAL ELECTION jl from the ; :-: . _'_. Cass Street for the two-day :l While in event. t;.; a.. .. .... --. -.. (Tampa Run-off TUESDAY, MARCH 2007 COUNTV, : FLORIDA z ffi ...1 ...1 i ..:. w z w U) a: g &&. /, .... "" .... BLACKWOMEN. _: BU$1NESS OWNERS, : J ..:.:'" 4 ENTREPRENEURS . .. :. -' .. 'L : 'r ../ '" DISTRICT .. . . .: CIT : Y COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 CITY.COUNCIL .. DISTRICT 7 -.. (Vote For One) . ""' ... :.. (Vote For One) Joseph .. caeta no . Gwendolyn "Gwen" Miller Second Annual Mlllloftalre . . sP..I Guest . .... ;_R_edn e_;.r;__ _ ::' : ... Own of AmeriSpec Inspection Services, .. , : Frank J .. .. . ," Long Island, New York and New Jersey . . . . , ,. : ;?\M-... . ,. : The 31-Nar-old MiDionaire is a sraduate ot FAMU,. . . .. .:.. .. * IMPORT ANT FACTS FOR VOTERS * n woa .. Y i t . SchoolotBusinessandamemberot": . .. . ... ; ; . . _-_ . .... r : . Delta Siama Theta Sororb :; .. : .;. ... Only voters who registered on or February 26, 2QQ7 are ; The "Madam C. J. Walker Spirit Anrd" to vote in this election . : : : . . WIU be presented to a local Black Woman : .: '" .. : .. J Business Owner who has exceeded ':, tlf yout do not p1robpe11rtPhoto and Signature 10, you will be allowed >:; 1 a IHioft sal o vo e a prov1s1ona a o ,_ . . . . . . . .-. in es revenlie ., .over the peit three rears. : ': ' \ tisit the Hillsborough County Supervi sor of E lections website at wWw. votehillsborough org and use the Precinct Finder to locate .. -I'IIURIDAY, IIMCN 29, 2007 '10145 A. M .; 12145 P. M. Ybor tlstDik 1M And ............. (Ybor Cllr) i .... 1915 ....... de CUb8 : ,...,.., FL. 33605 ; o; .1 -: . $35 NOft.M_;..b.n .$45 .. ; Reserved Tables (10) $400 ... M -e..H: bwbaaa@nhoo.caM Jpedel GIMit: '. ;-. Pleese RSVP Brlhundar, March 26, 2007 Pluse lllllka t0 BWBOEE P. 0. Box 310796, TMipa, FL. 33680 ' o '' o 0 I t 0 o o o o I 0 o I 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 1 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 > I 0 I o I your polling place. -If you have any questions or need further information please call (813) 272-5850. .._ . "' . ' 1-!: . .. Buddy -Johnson S UPERVISIOR OF E LECTION S HILLSBOROU G H COUNTY ... .. t ,.

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LOCAL COLUMN Please don't forget to vote in the City of Tampa Municipal Runoff Election on this Tuesday, March 27. The Florida Sentinel Bulletin endorses Candidate Gwendolyn "Gwen" Miller. Happy Birthday -March Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! Diamond Alexander, Patsy Greene arid Louise Hitchman on March 23, Eloise Smith on March 24; Bruce Wilsoti,.Jr., Lizzie Smith and Lola Cox on March 25, Sarah Lacy on March 27, Rev. Walter L. Turner, Sabrina Hart and Rixene Hall on March 29. Belated birthday greetings to the!?e very special March celebrants: Mary Stephens, Mildred Johnson, Ashley Thomas, Mamie Turner, Dr.-Paulette Walker, ,Janice Owens, Donald Whitehead, Rev.11-nia S. Bozeman, Kaylin Taylor and Kristin Thomas. :::D Thinking Of You Wishing you sunshine, lol lipops and rainbows ahead! c loved one, Mr. Roderick W. },;: Thompson. Rev. Walter L. Turner, Betty Johnson, David Jones, Margaret Thomas, Archia Mae Wright. Be not dismayed whatever betides, God will take care of :::D you. Our prayers go out to each of you. Scripture Of The Week: "And now abides faith, hope, love, these three, but the great est of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13 Thought For The Week: "The thing about the truth is, it will always come back to bless you if you fight [for] it long enough or if you defend it long enough." Berry Gordy, Jr. Please submit any news of interest that you would like to appear in this. column. Contact Frarikcene FavorsDaniels by phone @ (813) 843-3258, or by e-mail at tk. liuampabq,y@aol.com. '!'hank you. r 0 :::D a )> en m z :::! z m r I Ill c: ., r Fifth Third Money Market -Savings Account. ... s -. Balances of $50,000 or more: 5.00% APY Balances$201000to$49,999:4.QO%AP'r'. _:. .:;. 1.,. .,., .... _ Now you can earn a great interest rate that reacts to the market and still have to your savings WJ,tl;l. c;:h,e.ck.writing There are no minimum balance fees, YC?Ur first order of checks is free. Get it all from one great savings account. . .-... .. : J "' _., o .' \ ..:1. I';.,. ::..."';,' "' .,.. -.:-Call 813-306-2553 or_ walk in any Fifth Third Banking Cente. r location today.-, ,, .. 'd' --.... .. ....___,;._ . i FIFTH-THIRD ... : 1' -www.53.om "'... . .,., 'Anlllal Perceniage Yield (APYl acarrate as of 3/15/07. Rates may change the aa:ourit is opened. Fees mav redu!l! earnin!li SSO minimum' to open -an imllrt S25 fee if a:mut isdosed\Whi191 openilg. No interest medon balances belcltl $20,000. Retllred dECkard Cllefdraft feesappt( to al aa:D\IliS with dleek acress. A toto! of six free rxe-illlthorill'd or atmmatiiwllllrawcistlhreeol whkh may beched!s) creai!JNI!d lllllltlt "free dECk orde!sc4 illitedSG-pack-all Otln!l cildl DllSs are lUI P!i!l!. fttfl Third reserves the to reMe any cEPDsil firth Third and Ffth Tlird Bali ere servi:P nwks of fifth Third Baoonp. Ml!llber fD( -. r m :::! z -g c: Ill r c;; ::1: m c m :a -< c: UJ -< ,.. z C ., .:a 6 ,._ . ., ;g Ci) m Co) I 0

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""' 0 0 N LOCAL _Tampa Police Department's Black History l Program Features 'Ladies Of Distinc;:tion' .. C a: u.. : :l .,. r The Tampa Police Department held its 19th Annual Black History Program on February 22nd at Ragan Park Community Center. The program featured "Women" Ladies of Distinction." Assistant Chief of Police Gilbertina Wright served as the Mistress of Ceremony. Police Chief Stephen Hogue gave the welcome. . ... Members of the planning 'committee included: left to right, Margaret Butler, Lydia Pizarro, Ida Walker, Tina Wright, Beverly Harvin and Brenda Hunt. . 4 . . Enjoying the program are Officer Lawrence White. and his wife, Vivian White. .. .. ' !. : ,. . .,, .. .., .. i_ .. . .... ,. :.,..i <'': -Fo r_lite' -... ,,, go __ with-so-meone:you. :>. (.) I oo:t W 9241 56th st; Tampa, FL .. -M-F 8:30A.M.--5:30P.M. .. Saturday 9 A.M.-1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 (813) 988-8980 . Low 'Rg.tes F rie ndl y A tnwsplze r f .You're A-OK \Vith Us D UI Friendly, :uardship LiceQse, Suspended License,-.. ,State i!ing Owners and Non Owners .. Lowest Rates In Town S l EI'HA:\'IE-.\l' TO 1:\'Sl'l{ ,\:\'CE KEISHA C0:\1:\IERCIAL AUTO ..-;.,: .. Essay contest winner, Amanda Westo'n and her mother, Tracy Wcstof! . Ms. Harvin is shoWn serving some of the soul food dishes. ... ,' (. :, .. '!:. '. : .. ..... (!.:::.: .... ;: Call_n1e and I'll help you'get the i-ight tife .-'for you <1nd Y
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200'7lnnocence Networ on .. March 2001 Harvard LaW School cambridge, MA 'fhe annual conference which brings together the 30 ]JlUS innocence projects frotn around the countrY and this yr:Zf 50 wronglY convicted wen and worilen wi\\ a\so be attending. .. www.lnnocencellroject.org. ''/ '! 0 :::D c l> CJ) m z ::I z m m c: r r z "C c:: m r u; :::t m c m < m :D -< -f C: m CJ) c . l> z c

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!;; 0 C\1 C') C\1 %: 0 a: < == c a: LL c a: LL c z < > Oct c en w .::) 1-ft w > w c w %: en ::l m ::::: Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::::: m ...J w z .; j:: z w en C .a: o ..... LL LOCAL Practicing Law In: Ct:iminal Defense Family Personal Injury Atiorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 School District's Diversity Office Hosts _Netvvorking Event Tampa, Florida g When it comes to communicating and fos(813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 tering networking opportunities for its Small n .. Iowyer ;, on imporraur decision rhor should uor be Business Encouragemen. t Program vendors, hased solely upon advertismetns. BefOre-decide. a .. k us ..end ,_ . ,,_,_ .. _.,,, .. ::.:- Hillsborough County Public Schools' Office of The Law Offices BRYANT A SCRIVEN, ESQ. CRIMINAL DEFENSE FAMILY PERSONAL INJURY . . ALL FELONIES DRIVER'S UCENSE ISSUES ALL MISDEMEANORS ALL PERSONAL INJURY CASES DUI DIVORCE VOP's DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG CRIMES MODIFICATIONS AVAILAIIU! 24/J I CONSULTAnONS AVAILABLI! 3111 W. Dr. M.L KING BLVD. STE. 100, TAMPA, FL 33607 Serving Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando County Jeraldine Williams Smith 'Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa; FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone (813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: *Property* Criminal* Appeals CHARLES GREENE P.A. /\tlonJcy /\t La\\ . Bond Motions Felony .. Misdemeanors Traffic Warrants VOP Personal Injury r" -3111 W.MLK 100 Tampil, FL (813) 774-1800 .CE: chuckgreene@hotmail.com t=J 111L'ltilg
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:_ .show-yo u my level of commitment with action . .Now No Smoke and Mirrors Tampa i s my home. I work to make this city to live. ;airc:ih 119 -. ., ::c c }< s: )> ::c ,(") :I: 1\) !N 1\) 0 0 ...... ., r-0 ::c en m Z -1 z m r;m c: r rm :::1 z "tJ c: OJ. r-u; ::z::: m c m < m ..... c: m en. c l> z c .,. ::c c "0 m ...... 0

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--Gabbing MthGioria 1209 Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 (Odom) Bing who was funeralized in Lynn, Massachusetts on Friday, March 9 2007, from Zion Baptist Church. The Rev. Viola P.. -MorrisBuchannan, of Beth-el A.M.E. Church was the offici ating pastor. Annuai .BethuneCookman University Day March Celebrants Earl BOstic. Happy birthday and happy anniversary to the following March celebrants. Mae Bing was a faithful and longtime at Bethel. She was born in Dunbarton, SoutJ:l Carolina and was educated in South City Of Refuge News Carolina. She attended col-City of Refuge Church of God In Christ, Walter R. lege in Bridgeport, where she Jenkins, pastor, 1105 N. studied management. She New Jerusalem Ruth Avenue Women's Day was well known for her mis-. M B Ch h Program will be held March sion work, and was a member ..urc of The Lay Organization at Dr. J. L. Downing, pastor 25, 2007, at 11 a.m. B h 1 ECCO d Th and members send birthday Jurisdictional Women's et e an e wishes to: Eddie Engram,. Dept. meeting with Mother Church Womeri United. Jr., Rev. Jimmie L Baker, will be on March 24; Her children are: Felicia Downing, Sr., who celebrat10 a m. -12 noon at Brown Fleming, Jasper Bing, Jr. ed his birthday on March' 4, Memorial COGIC, Tampa. and Kenneth Bing, all of 2007, Shirley Smith, Southeastern lnterjurisdicLynn; brothers are Willie 0 Sebrina Lee-Mcintyre, Dr. tional Youth Fellowship Odom (Bessie) of South Pamela Wilson-Hughes, Conference will be Mach 29-Carolina, and JohnOdom 0 Dorothy Fleming, Dea. 31, Florida Night will be held (Gemary) of Delray Beach; { Z -Roy Moore, Gloria on March 29. All services will devoted sisters, Bernice. c( Adderly-Moye, be held at Brown Memorial Wright (Jessie), Deloris Mae Carson and Gladys. Church. of God. In Christ, Haggins, Earlease Baker of C Dennis. . .. Bi'shop Matthew Williams, and Gladys f3-Happy anniversary to the'Host Pastor, Tampa. Norris (Joseph). following couples: . City of Refuge COGIC, The entire family will forev-> George and Linda Nalls, Pastor Walter R. Jenkins er cherish her memories. a:. Bro. and Sis. .Milton and congregation would like Mrs. Mary B. (Odom) Bing (Voncem Lewis, Azell and... to offer sympathy and condo-Spring: March 24, 1945 W Irene Cornist and Blanie lence to the family of the late Fall: February 28 2007 .. 0 iuid BrotherKing: : 1 ', ' Presiding Bishop G E. -._,, '. -Patterson of the. Church Of tn Eiut BaPtist JDii.' Churcli God In Christ famlly. He Rev. Harpet:>, Sr., passed away on Tuesday at pastor and congregation send the. age of 67. He was beloved 0. birthday accolades to: Sisters by everyone. He led over 6 Tamika. Perkins; Shirley million members and was a ti Kins-ey; 'man of great thought and Anderson, Courtney Silas honor. ::;, and -Ariel Wright, and Brothers Irvin Strickland,,. In Sympathy i:rl Jesse Kirby, Eric Bryant, Belated sympathy to the z Lonnie Flowers and D'ea. family of Sister Mae B .. i= l .. ' z 0 c( Q Gloria's Things -& Other Things The 93rd Annual Session Progressive M&E Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc., is now in session in The Polk County Chapter of the Bethune-Cookman University Alumni Association (Collins Smith of Muibeiry is_ President and Tanya Matthews of Lakeland is Program Chairperson), proudly announces its annual BCU Day Observance. Beginning at 4 p. m., it will be held on Sunday, March 25, 2007, in Branscomb Auditorium on the campus of Florida Southern College, ill Lake Hollingsworth Dr., Lakeland, 33801. Admission is FREE. Featured throughout this afternoon will be the much acclaimed and highly renowned Bethune Cookman Concert Chorale. Under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Walker Steele,(a native of Lakeland, and graduate of the. former Washington Park High School), this outstand-ing group of musicians,. vocalists, and. spiritual .dancers always renders _an unforgettable performance. Lakeland. It commenced on March 19th f!_nd will continue through March 23, 2007. First Baptist Inst. Church family, Rev. Alex Harper, a: O ,<;r ...J Felony ADd Mbdemew-Defense Drug Trafficking, Delivery and Posses s ion Murder And Attempted Murde'r ; GIBBS& P.A. Possession of Firearms Battery, Aggrevated Battery and Assault Burglary and Theft VOP's and Bond Hearings Whit e Collar C rim e DUI and Traffic Offenses Habitual Offenders -. ..... Practice Also Handles: Wrongful Am!sts Juvenile Offenses Wr:ongful Termination Former Hills. County Assistant State Attorney Former Hills. County,. Sheriff's Deputy At Law (813) 975-4444. 1-800-711-5452 NE\VI L PERSONAL INJURY:-_ AND WRONGFULDEATH All Bethune-Cookman University Alumni, friends and supporters throughout Polk and Hillsborough counties are asked to lead the way in attending this event, and encourage others to. do likewise. All churches -and youth organizations are also asked to bring .your children, so that they. n:iay expand their cultural awareness, while also learning more about the legacy of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Remember, the. seed to attend college is oftentimes planted in young minds during this type of program. Br!lnscomb f\uditorium has a seating capacity of 1,500 and with your supp'ort, we cari have a full house. "Enter to depart to serve." Don20ell . Floyd, Chapter Director of PR; Collins Sinith, Chapter President (Mulberry); (863) 425-3489;. and Tanya Matthews, Program Chair (Lakeland), (863) . Sr. are hosting this grand event. The Rev. Bartholomew Banks is the Esteemed State President of the State Convention. THOMAS E. PARNELL, EscJ. . -. Divorce And MOdification Of C hild Support Excessive. Use of Force by law Enforcement &pungement and Sealing of Records ZOYearsOf . '(.'. _ Auto. Truck :\lotorrydr or Boat An:i dcnts. Slip and Falls. \ursing llomt or \ltd. 'lalprartin .-\LL SERIOrs 1\.JrRIES. ..... Our Finn Is Rated "AV" By Mai1indslt-HubbeU, 'rhe Highest.-. : .. Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard, : I 1 I , n o 0 I t ) o !o t' I '' 0 1 o ,1 O t 001 1 t II 1 I' o t ,._ The hlrtg of Is ialmporbat decbloa lhalt shouht aot be bllsed llllldy u.,O. '.' 1 Before you decide, lllik ciR to !lead you FR:E wrtttolaformadoa bout oar qullllftaltou ltd

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_ FINANCIAL FOCUS .. >. Knowledge Is Key To Buying And Selling Real Estate What Ten (10) Events Can I Expect If I File Bankruptcy And I Have A Mortgage DispUte Or Face Foreclosure? Definition Remi.nder: the mortgagee is the creditor and the mortgagor is the debtor. First _and foremost is the automatic stay. Upon the filing of a voluntary bankruptcy, federal law imposes an automatic -stay which pre-. vents the mortgagee or any. lienor .from evenlrecording a mortgage, continuing any foreclos-ure action. Simply put, every thing comes to a halt. The creditor may seek to lift stay and if so, the debtor must estabJish necessity of the property or the trustee must establish that they have no interest in the property. Second If a state court action is pending, the debtor should file a suggestion of .. 1'hird -Attend the 341 meeting also known as the meeting of the creditors. 10-MONTH CD Here, the debtor meets with the trustee to .review the debtor's schedules -Fourth the mortgagor/debtor cannot change the mortgage on the principal residence of the debtor. Fifth -The debtor can see to value the property. Sixth -If the mortgagee or creditor files a proof of claim, the debtor must review it and if necessary file an objection. Seventh -The debtor may challenge the extent. and validity of the mortgage or for that matter any secured interest on the property. Eighth -The mortgagor/debtor must continue to pay the monthly payments on the property, keep current on 'the taxes, maintain insurance on the property and pay the 5.20%* .. Annual Perce_ ntageYield* o'ffer good for and .YOU\Nork-ha-rd .. :-t .. 'fol-;Your mori.eY. . N -Ow let it return ,' -. 4 ' '"( I t: , _, the . tavor. } Isn't it time yo.ur money did work of its owri? That's why. we're proud to offer this competitive CD J rate a very special investment t_hat can help you meet your Hurry in to take advantage of this great rate. The sooner you do, the more you'll earn. --. . . . ?i; ::-'stop by branch today, or catl 8ss:ss2.3006 . "' J .. i: -. .... SUNTRuSI' Seeing beyond money ' "limited time Offer is non-transferable and may not combined w ith an y off: rs Annu a l Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as df 3118/07 and the term/APY is subject to cha11ge at any time -. : and without 110tir:e. Minimum opening deposit is S2,000; maximum opening deposit is $1,000 ,000 per household Offer good for consumer and business accounts. Not available for public funds . ThMe is substantial per1111ty for early withdrawal. ' . ;., Sun TrUll Bank, Membet' FDIC. C2007 SunTNSt Banks, lni: SunTIU8t and Seeklg beyond money ., fed erally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, Inc f'!'kt 52312. . -1 LEGAL EASE By ATTY. RODERICK FORD I Workplace SUrvival Tip #51 ] : Have you been subjected to harassment or a hostile work environment at work? If so, then you may be able to file a claim for the tort of "intentional infliction of emotional dis tress." Successful intentional infliction of emotional distress claims are commonly found in sexual harassment cases, where there has been physical contact between the harasser and the victim. To prevail in court, you must prove four elements of this claim: (1) intentional or reckless conduct; (2) that the conduct was outrageous or went beyond all bounds of decency; {3) the conduct caused emotional distress; and {4) the a physician has diagnosed the distress as "severe." Williams u Worldwi de Flight Services, 877 So.2d. 869 (2004). For additional information, please contact Roderick 0. Ford, Esq., P.O. Box 173057, Tampa, Florida 33762, (813) 223-1200. . trustee the plan payment. Ninth-The debtor 'must comply with the terms of the mortgage. Tenth and final, the debtors may-still sell the property free and clear of the mortgage lien. : You can file bankru_ptcy without a lawyer . However, you must kn.ow the 2006 Reform Bankruptcy Law. If you ,have any questions, please. Attorney Miriam Sumpter Richard at (813) 387-7724 or visit us on the web at www.ffeh:: startlawfirm.coln. 'T1 0 c ,... en m z ::f. z m r;OJ c: m ::f. z ., c: OJ, 1: m c m' < m --1 c: m en c )It, z c \.'

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. '-.I ;iii z : i= z w UJ -c( c it: 0 ...1 lL 0 NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to subsection 713.785. F S the below Mobile Home will be aucoff on April 6, 2007 8:00 a.m. to .satisfy towing storage liens. Address Is: Triangle Mobile Home Services Inc., 5131 Waller Catfish Trail Plant City, FL 33566 Located in Hillsborough County, FL .:Phone: 813-754-9521 The mobile home is a '1992 Make-Meri, ID# FLHMBSP41632744-A and FLHMBSP41632744-B IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 97430 Case ID: 98-DP-2173 DIVISIONS. IN THE INTEREST OF: MERZIER, Dominique (dob 01-30-1998) MINOR CHILD. NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ONA TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS F,AILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD . IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THiS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN. THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. .;. TO: Michel-Fils Merzier ;.,., (Father) Residence/WhereaboutS Unknown YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition''for termination of Parental Rights has. been filed .in the Circuit NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority hereby requests, pursuant to the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act, Florida Statutes 287 .055, Letters of Interest from Environmental Laboratories desiring to render Professional Services at Tampa International, Peter 0 Knight, Plant City. and Vandenberg Airports : ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING LABORATORY SERVICES. This Agreement provides for analytical services in support of environmental testing and sampling which include sample analysis of groundwater, surface and drinking water, soil, sediment, _sludge, asbestos, lead-based paint, mold and other media . The laboratory must have National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program and Florida Department of Health certifications and be capable of delivering analytical data electronically in the format specified by the Authority Environmental Laboratories desiring consideration for thi s selection must give written notification in the form of a Letter of Interest to: Dan Noettl Manager Development Program Services Hillsborough County Aviation Authority, Post Office Box 22287 Tampa, Florida 33622. The Letters of Interest must be received at or before 5 :00 p m Local T ime, Friday, March 30; 2007 For more information regarding the RFP, please access the Authority s website at www. tampaairport com/Quick links/Airport Business/ RFP/RFQ. The RFP wiil be posted on the website on or after Monday April16, 2007. A mandatory Pre-Proposal will be held in the Authority Boardroom, located in the Landside Terminal : third floor, blue side on Wednesday April 25, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. Details of this conference and a more deta i led seope of services will be included in the Request for Proposal . NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY .. . The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority he. reby requests to the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act. Flor ida Statutes 287.055, Letters o( Interest from Engineering firms or i ndividuals desiring to render Professional Services Tampa Internat ional, Peter 0. Plant C ity, and Vandenberg Airports : , .. . . . . lhttlo:/hrww.watemUJtttmi.<>rgll>roc:urelmentl : Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICES AND RELATED WORK requesting packages the District will be charged ng iuid, .shipping/handling in accordance with 13-2Administrative Fees . ( -. District reserves the right to any or all responses received or without cause. -: ..: ;"! ':;t.,.'' .. t:fudson, CPPB Contracts h and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination o f -parental rights and permanent commitment of the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. This Agreement provides for consulting and environmental engineering services which iriclu des, but not be limited to,-ei1vironmental audits ; site remediation planning .. design and construct ion oversight for sites contaminated with petroleum and/or non-petroleum products ; underground and aboveground fuel storage tanks and hydrant fueling system compliance ; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure plans updates training, and implementation ; other environmental ma'nagement and. compliance programs; wetlands mitigation and stormwater management systems maintenance and monitoring; wildlife hazard assessment and wildlife hazard management plan updates, im.pler_nentation.. and training; asbestos, lead-based paint and assessment, sampling, remediation design and abatement oversight; and y 0 u ARE HEREBy other environmental services as requested by the Authority A more detailed notified that you are required to scope of be included in the formal Request for Proposals appear personally on the 17th day of. April, 2007, .at 10:30 Engineering desiring consideration for this selection must give written a.m., before. the Honorable .. notification in the form of a Letter of Interest to: Dan Noettl, Manager. Moriic a L. Sierra,_ at the Planning and Development H i llsborough Cou.nty Authority Post ,. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 -Office Bpx 22287,.-Tampa, Florida 33622 . The letters of interest must be East Twiggs Street, 4th FloQr, received at or before 5 :00 p m local time, Friday, Mau:h 30, :2oo7. For ,__....,..,. _______ _. .. Courtroom #400, Tampa' more information reg,arding the RFP, please access the Authority's website at SUPPORT THE FLORIDA Florida 33602, to show cause, www. TainpaAirport com/Quick Links/Airport Business/RFP/RFQ The RFP SENTINEL ADvERTISERS . if. any why parental .rights shall not be terminated and said will be posted on the website on or after Apri116,'2007. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE .. ,; $8.00 -1-20 WORDS . 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD . OVER 2Qi' .. .. .THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH .. YOL!RAO CALL LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR MORE INFO OR Email: . ledwards@flsentinel:com I child. shall not b e . .. permanently committed to the A mandatory ':"ill be held in tile Florida Department of Children ., Boardroom, 1n the Lands1de Term1nal, th1rd floor blue s1de, on and Families for subsequent, Wednesday Apnl 25, 2007 at 2 :00 p m Details of this conference will be adoptiO!l ; .You are enfitled to be included in the Request by a n attorney at , .... this proceeding . . :-. ... .. .. I Dated this iztb.da y of : .' February, 2001. .. .. 4-:..... .:_.:: . ,. 'i: ., .. PAT FRANK . ... AVON ofthe . ., Circl,jitCourt To. Buy Or Earn, Very Small ._ :_. .. ..:. 'Investment. Now With More By: /s/ LINDA LEPELLETIER Options To Earn More DEPUTY CLERK . . Money. FAX YOUR ADS 24n (813) 832-4282 TO (813) 248-9218 Deshongg@veri2:on.net EXPERIENCED Shirt Presser Needed Work Apply At:: Deluxe Cleaners 1 _622 West Kennedy Blvd. (Corner Of Rome & Kennedy) INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the follow ing will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his ofUce until 2:30 PM QN 4/9/07 LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION OF 20TH STREET PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30 AM ON 3/29/07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are availa!>ie a t the Purchasing Departmenr (Phone No. n .,.. t. Dated: 3/23/07 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director cJf Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 INVITATION TQ-. BID Pursuant to chapte. r 69-.-1119 Special Acts: Laws of Florida, sealed'Bids will be receiVed by the Director.of Purchasing, City of Tampa, il_l his office until : 2:30PM ON 3/30/07 FORD F-250 4X4 XL CREW CAB . PICK-UP TRUCKS, .. SPEC. NO. 13.7 ,, . 3:00 PM ON 3/30/07 HERBICIDES AND INSECTICI!JES . t PM Ol'f 413/07 FORD F-550 CAB & CHASSIS WITH FLATBED STAKE BODY, . SPEC. NO. 20-07 3 : 00PM ON 4/3107 ... FORD F-450 CAB & CHASSIS WITH FLA."[BED STAKE BODY; . SPEC NO, 18-07 2 : 30 PM ON 4/4107. ; ... .. FORD F-150 XL TFU.iCKS, SPEC. NO. 9-07 . : ''' ;: 2:3Q PM ON 4/11/07 . BUS, 29 PASSENGERS, SPEC . : t NO. 40-07 ; .: PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30AM ON 4/3/07 :. then and thereafter to publicly opened and read ,Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351).'_ It i s hereby made a.'p a rt ofthis lnvi tation for Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a .. B.id .made under the same cond iff0;0$ :ifo(. the : same contract price
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. Telephone System The West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is seeking bid proposals from qualified vendors to replace the agency's telephone system. Instructions for this Request for Proposals, including the telephone system specifi cations are available beginning March 23, 2007 from 9:00 a .m. to 4 :00 p :m. at the office of the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, If) C., 5905 Breckenridge Parkway, Suite F Tampa, FL 33610-4239. The documents can also be accessed at the agency's website: www.agingflorida.com (click on the drop down menu under Information at the top or Quicklinks at the and select Request for Proposals). In order to be considered for this award and to receive notice of any changes or addenda to the RFP documents, a Notice of Intent to Submit a Proposal must be submitted to the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Sealed bid are due by 3:00 p.m. on April 23, 2007 at the office of the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc 5905 Breckenridge Parkway, S1,1ite F, Tampa, FL 33610-4239 Public opening of the bid proposals will be at 3 :01 p .m. on April 23, 2007. The West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. reserves the right to reject any and all bid proposals, imd to re-advertise for bids. Public ., -HillsboroughCounty Notice On State-Funded Local Housing Assistance Plan The County Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP) for state fiscal years 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009:2010 is available for public review and comment through April 6. 2007. The LHAP is the document that outlines how the County will spend its State I lousing Initiatives Partnership.(SHIP) funds for the next three. state fiscal years beginning on July I, 2007. I The proposeu t.ilAP can be obtained at the County's Affordable !-lousing Ollice whose address is listed below or online on the Afford;ble website at: w\vw.hillsboroughcounty orgl a!Tordablehousingl. .The tiscnl years 2007-2010 UIAP is scheduled to be adopted by the llillsborough Co\1i1ty B(lard of Couhty Commissioners .on April 18. 2007. The LHAP is due to the Florida Housing Finance Corporation by i. 2007. . Please submit any "ommentS in wrlting .by April 6. 2007 to the Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Ollice. Attn: Lanette Glass. 1208 Tech Blvd .. Ste. 300. Tan1pa. FL 33619, by fi1."' at (813) 635-8134, or email at: glassl@hillsboroughcounty .org. If ;ou have anv uthcr .questions. please contact the Allbrdable Housing :. : .. ..,. "-:; ... .::; --:- HIUSBOROUGH COUNTY Bf1411do/ Help Wanted 1st & 2nd. Shift Apply In Person No Phone Calls Wednesday-March 21st 9:00a.m.-12 noon -. 333 S. Franklin Street T jvA Boarding Home Recovery .. Now Hiring Dependable People To Work In Home -. Setting Environment Several Shifts Available Call (813) 965-8148 Tele Marketer Wanted Start Today!! : 1 TempWork Must Be Punctual And Highly Motivated Monday Friday Weekends Optional : Call (813) 630-9827 Mortgage BrokersAnd Loan Officers Wanted .. ; FT/PT Great C<;>mmission!!! No Experience -Will Train Fax Resume (813) 436-5108 Or_ Call (813) Highly Motivated. Professionals Wanted Make At Least $351 +/Month Part-Time Call (813) 569-0589 CNA's/Med-Tech 2+ Years Experience, Must Have Current Certifications In First Aid/CPR Assistance With Medications Evening Shifts Available Background Check Required Leave Message 813-454-5722 Building Maintenance Person Needed Full-Time Position And Some Weekends Building Maintenance Experience Required Progress Village Academy 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Call (813) 677-5988 Full-time Openings For The: Following_ Positions In Group Home Environment: Secretary: Must have exc. Customer svc skills. Min. typing speed of 60 wpm and knowledge of various software packages preferred Cook: Must possess at least 1 year's experience in food preparation Residential Care Techs: Prior relateci experience and a sincere interest in children We offer excellent health benefits and 401(k) plan. Seek'ing Serious Minded Individuals Who Are Interested In Making $5,000 Plus Per Month. Must Be Trainable. Call (813) 777-1648 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ARTIST IN SCHOOLS PRO.GRAM COORDINATOR (REDUCED HOURS) $15.15/HR BUSINESS ANALYST II $43,097 CONSTRUCTION PERMIT TECHNICIAN TRAINEE ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN II FIRE INSPECTOR GREENSKEEPER II LIBRARY AIDE $23,316 $33,862 $55,348 $20,924 $15,828 PERSONAL CARE AIDE $19,822 PERSONNEL ANALYST $35,838 PRINCIPAl BUSINESS ANALYST(REAL ESTATE) $53,435 SENIOR PLANNER -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 Established Detail Shop & Used Auto Sales -Now Hiring Detailer Great Bonus Earning Potential For Motivated Applicant 1st 90 Days can (813) 22o-s634 Or (813) 620-0926 LALS Inc. Now Hiring Full-Time And Part-Time CNA's; HHA's,' Caregivers And Sitters. Phone (813) 377-5574 .. Or Fax Resume .. (813) Email alockhartprovider@yahoo.com, Wee Care Child Care Looking For Qualified Directors Fo' r Our Center Please Apply-In Person At Our Center Located At The Comer Of ,. 13th And Juneau ... For More Information Call Ms. Jessica . Or Ms: Kathy : .,. (813) 933-7688 . Wanted Immediately: Experienced Janitorial Supervisors, Cleaning Apply At: 8052 N. 56th St,. Tampa FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To .-. Technicians; And $46,238 ,: Floor Technicians 813-914-8873 Or Mall To: P.O. Box 9451, . Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings Drug Free Workplace Equal Employer Deliver AT&T formeriV Bell South Telephone Books_. Must Have Insured Vedhlcle -Must Have Valid DriVer's Ucense -. Must Be Minimum Aue Of 18 CllliWORI 1813 1 241-2069 -. SENIOR PLANNER (TRANSPORTATION) $46,238 SENIOR SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST (RUSKIN) (RESTRICTEp) $31,512 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST II (SERVER ADMINISTRATION) $53,435 TRAFFIC SIGN/MARKING TECHNICIAN II $27,976 WATER/WASTE WATER PLANT OPERATOR TRAINEE $24,876 .. See our web site -at http://www hccsb org or contact Job Newsline 272-6975 (TDD 272-5623) or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, .Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR DETAILS CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248 Or Emallledwards@flsentlnel.com Must Have A -Clean Criminal Background .,: cali 813.:ns-s54o Between The Hours Of 6:00 p.m:.: 9:00 p .m.' Leave Your Name And Phone Number ; CNA .. Starting 'p,n :t 3 $9.75' -$10.75 3-11 $10.75.-$11.75 Full Time Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 181.8 E. Fletcher . Mirmie's Day Care Centers I & II :. 1609 E. Louisiana Ave. Tampa, FL 33 610 Is Now Hiring Experienced Child Care Providers. Must Have Child Care Credentials. Please Call ,: 813-239-2111 813-234-4200 Or Come In And Fill Out An Application 'T1 I 0 c ,.. en m z ::! z m r a, ? r m -1 z m r u; :z:: m c m < m -1 C m .en c ,.. z c .'T1 :::a. c G')' m ..a. ., ..... 0

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c a:: u. c z c( c en w :l t->IX: W > w c W ::1: en ::i m 0 a:. z ti ._. .;.J :l m .;:.J w z z w UJ 0:: 0 _. u. ....... .. :.'. Childcare Teachers . Needed .. 40 Hours CPR/First Aide Full Time Positions Available Will Train' -call (813) 237-8771 Maintenance Tech For Apartment community General Maint. Knowledge. DFWP cait'(813) 248-5544 . . Wee Care Child Care Looking For Teachers To Work With Our After Schoolers Must Be Able To Communicate And Control 20 Students Ages 6 Y/0-11 Y/0. Hours Will Be From 2:oo p.m. -6:00 p.m. Call Ms. Jessica Or Ms. Kathy (813) 933-7688 . ""'"'. Technician ;:--: c'6mputer LaboratoriesDade City Campus --Required: ,AS-: Degree iri Information Technology--or closely related field; satisfactory' : criminal. background--check; must be able tp _ _work some evening hours . Degree mLis(be from a regionally accr_edited (nstitution. Preferred: Some experience in working with computers .Starting : salary is $28,0'00 annually/$1 ,076.92 biweekly. Th e application process can. begin with copies of transcripts,, but official transcripts must be received prior to ttie, interview. SEND OR FAX LETTER OF INTEREST, cURRENT ... RESUME, PHCC APPLICATION, AND (MAIL) OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS TO: : Jenrlifer curtis --. Pasco-Hernando Community College . 1 0230 Ridge Road : New Port Richey, FL 34654-5199 : ' Phone : 727 .. . ___ ..;.., .:. Fax : 727-816-3301 MUST BE REC E IVED BY MARCH 29,2007 : .. : \ __ -Applications available; -., www.pbcc.edU/adl'ninistration/hr/employment.php . . . I . I .. :} __ : E OE/ADA Compliance ,. 7 -Website: www.phcc.edu ._ ..l _Jt;- .-. _, : Big Big The UDivenity 9( South Florida is one of America's leadin_g nationai institutions' and the njnth largest university in the nation with campuses throughout the Tampa 'Bay region. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan options, tuition program generous leave programs advancement li!ld more! .. :: 1 . ADVI50R/COU1'JSELOR liSIOO, Services -or Englneerlog. Seeki ng chari smatic individual with experience in higher ed uc ation to bec ome a member of our highly energized student service team. Functions include providing academic advice and services, tracking progression of students, and ilSSisting the administration and of targeted retention programs and dJversJty Jruballve JD the USF College ofEng10eenng . SENIOR ELECTRICIAN #3525 Physical Plant REQUIRES : Completion of an appniVed electrician apprenticeship program ; or a HS diploma and 4yrs electrical related exp. of w!llch one year mdst have been in hi g h voltage. Apprl)priate voc a tionalltechnicill tr aining may subs titute at an equiva l en t rate for requued exp Possess valid Florida Commercial Driver's License ( Class B). Drug/Background Check. PREFER 5yn exp in oper a ting bucket truck and 3yrs ex p in high voltage distribution. Annual SalaJY: $40,455 -$46,980. Apply by (J3f30 / 07 to Rebe cca Michaeli.-OPM 100 4202 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa Fl. 33620 or Michaeli@admin.mf.edu Be a p art of a dynan:Uc diverse environment that bold and creative solutions Join us to make a differen ce : For_ information regarding these s hould visit : www.usr .eduljobs or. cal l th e Job Line at (K13) 974-2879. . -. -':. :>- > ':.. USFis in Equal Opportunity/Equal University. :. ,; UNIVERSITY.
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-Clair Mel Home For Sale 1330 Windsor Way 33619 New Tile/Carpet N o Money Down $1,000 Per Month qall-Floyd (813) 727-6728 Homes Special FHA .: .VA Program$ One, Two, Three, Four .. Bedroom Home --someNew Many Areas & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer MIDLAND REALTY 766-2Q33 3606 E. Comancfte 2 /1 Completely Remodeled Laminate, Carpet, And Tile Newer Appliances, Cabinets, Roof And More. only $129,9oo Realtor/Owner Will Assist With Closing Costs Mike Williams Signature Realty -Associates .... (813) 731-7283 realtorrilikewilliams.com :.. New Construction Just Completed 4 Bedroonis/2 Baths 2 Car Garage : .. ,'. 2,166 Sq Ft.-. Vessel Bowl Sinks _., :-Hardwood Floors Valrico Area -Pool Home 3/Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car Garage $1 Ok Below Market Value Easy Financing Call 813-842-6015 2 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Homes With Garage No Money Down Newly Remodeled Stop Renting!!! --Call (813) 936-5516 -_. Ext. 209 . .... -Palm River -.. _. .. .;r 3/2/1 --. --. Block.-:CHA, .: .;. No Money Down Call (813) 716-8252 .WHYRENT? When You Can Buy AHome From MM&MAnd Have Your Down Payme nt And Closing Cost Paid lnFull M 1--800-760-2409 Ext. 777 Grant Park Area 2/1 With Den ForSille $110 ,000$100% Financing With Closing Cost Seller Will .' Help With fianancing $800. 00/Monthly On 2 Lots-One Buildable Granite Counter Tops ,y (813) 270-1188 ... Steel Appliances -:_ -"-.Builder Pay Closing Cosf -Homes Built By :,-$199,000 ._ : ;;; . Pro-Fit Development Inc. (813)'477-6447 .. 2408 E. 19th Ave. Or (813) 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths $3,500 Casf:l Back @ Buying ,..,. .... ,I 0 Down De a Is With ,_ ""'. 25k+ : _Equity ---. -" ..... Lanai, 2 Car Garage -., 1-,709 Sq Ft -$185k "':. .:. .. 2410 E. 19th Ave : ;'. 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Front Courtyard-. 1' Car Garage .. 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CALL 813-600-5090 VIIVVW.REALPROP'ERTYWORX.COM 2 Bedroom Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Screened FrontPorch CHA, Very'Nice $850.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit Call (813) 690-2833 House For Rent 3711 N. 35th Street Available March 1st )11 Large Fenced Yard .. $a 5o oo/M6nthly $500.00/Deposit (813 } 76;-3185 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Yard Carpet Washer/Drier Hookup Section 8 Only Call Kenny (813) 630-0839 Or (813) 416-6183 Homes For Immediate Occupancy 3/1 -3507 N 10th Street 4/1 8216 N. Brooks -St. .. $1 ,ooo.oo!Deposit ' Rent Starting AT $1,2QO.OO Section 8 Welcome For More Information Contact Us (813) 217-8906 : : 2912 E. Columbus Drive Unit 2 "T1 2!:!. C 3: > ;;a 0 :I: N N 0 0 ..... .. "T1 r-2 BD/2BA Apartment 0 877 Sq Ft, Washer/Dryer 2!;! No Pets, Deposit And c 1st Month Rent > $850.00 ._ en m z -. 2 Bedreoms/1 Bath . Availabl e Now :"--Section 8 Call (813) 951-6563 Efficiencies & One Bedroom Apartmaretits ... . Some With River Views ::! z m m c: r rm ::! z ., c: m l en .:I: m c m < Call For current Specials 813-237-3984 -River Place -Apartments .. ,-(. 1 & 2 BedroorrisAI1ailal;>le. University Area .. .::: .gJ Low security Deposits : . ; .. < c aii. 813-600-5090 ..:. . . z 3706 street -VIIVVW.REALPRoPRTYWORx. co'M c PorGhes, OHA ": On'Large Lot .' ., .r: _ Sq.Ft- Call (813)'220':"3633 ,._,.. ..... . ; House for Rent ; ,. "T1 2!:! .' .. @ $1 ,., .. ... 1 0 )'ear Sfructunill_ Warranty Whol e Sale .-. :And Upgrades; Maple r-----'--...:.:... ____ ..;:.____, Priced@ $163k -Cabinets, Stainless Steel. 4207 Wallis Place :} _ . Appliances Section Preferred . 34th Street Seller Assists With S5,ooo' 3 Bath ---"" 3/1 .: Currently Towards Closing Cost Newly :< 1 $t T.iJTle Qr $1, 150.00/Monthly :... Exi t Exitreme Realty Pr.operty Zone d :-813-716-0160 -... .-. : . -o Down 1 Call (813) .. Atten,tion Everyone Make Cash Fast!!! Bring Buyers For Our Homes For Sale 3/1 Central NC : $99 000 OBO 3/2 -Y. 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Or (561) 584-1288 Sulphur Spritigs Area ,:: ' 2 Bedroom/1 1/2 Bath Townhouse For Lease GatedCommunity A Low $720 00 Sect ion 8 Welcome Security Depo s it $350 .00 $ 25 00 Applic atio n ,.Fee Call (813) 740-0384 Home For Rent With . Option 'To Buy (Rec:'eiv! A Free Gift Card) ' ',_. u . -3 Bedrooms + Bonus Room, Big Back Yard Quiet Neighborhood $1,10 0 00/Monthly Sorry No Section 8 Please Call 813-735-5456 River Pines Apartments _: ,. : ... COMMUNITY . .. i i Active living for 55+; .quiet park::.fike. setting, _.: : : shopp(ng; :.; social activities, li'(ing. Efficiencies and 1 bedroom apartments . starting at. : $36o .oo per_-: mo_nth: : (813)600-5090 .:-;>!. DUPLE ."!. Williams_ and_ 301 .:.1 .,. J '" SpaCious Duplex 1 B e droom/1 Bath -:: Quiet WID Hook Up Wate r .. Sewer & Trash InCluded SeCtion 8 OK .. $610 00/Rent $ 250.. 00/Deposit (813) 968-1168 w 0

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0 0 N ROOMS FOR REN N :r: 0 Section 8 Accepted IX c( Bring Deposit Won'tLast c 2/1 CHA Huge Yard Olose iE To Downtown >-ii: 'LL c z c( c en w ;::) .... w > w c w :r: U) :::i m ;::) Q. \ Z Call Today (813) 245-7009 Section 8 ONLY Duplex :.. Move In Special 3/1 Nice Area, Washer/Dryer Hook-Up, CHA, Large Fenced Backyard. j Call (813) 789-3879 . Duplex 1504 E. 138th Avenue -. 3/1, CHA, WID Hook-Up $775.00/Month : : $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Available 3,-1-07 2 Large Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-Up Clean & Nice, Large Backyard $750.00/Monthly $300: DO/Deposit. :(81l) 238-660{'. Dup lex_ Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath ... .. WID Hook-up ,. . Refurbished Kitchen : Section 8 Wetcome-:t. , Great Deal i= . . Call (8. 13) 261-7538 ..J : Or ;::) m East Tampa ',' :+ .:.. . .. .,-. .< . w 2/1 t GHA : . Grant Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Provided Security Bars, Fans $725.00 /Month $725.00 Deposit Call813-505-7266 Hyde Park North North Fremont Avenue & North B Street Cute 1 Or 2 Bedroom Duplex Apartments Quiet Neighborhood $ 550.00 & $650.00 Ready 3/1 Call 966-3926 Room For Rent $1 oo.oo Per Week .. + Deposit A i r Condition Kitchen Privileges : Call (813) 285-8147 . Large Rooms For Rent $100.00 -$125.00 'Per Week Please Charles (9 17) 365-67 43 Furnished Rooms Queen S ize Bed $175 00/Weekly Full Size Bed $150 DO/Weekly $150.00/Deposit . Fiffll)la ce. Sprinklers :; --. W/D Hook.Up w ;;; -Wate[ Included ; .. Call (813) 900-6926 _Or (813) 817-2677 "'c $95o.601Monthly C "" + $950.00/Deposit Christian Person Has 9 --. .:.. <.'<:. Rooms For Rent. .-. _, ... .. $1: 10.00/Rent -. .u... : 3o21 . . Fully Remodeled Rooms For Rent $160.00Weekly Call1-800-890-7639 Rooms For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125.00/Weekly $125.()0/Deposit Call (813) 624-8540 3104 E. MLK Blvd. . Wanted Roommate Male Preferred FQ.r Boarding House $500 00/Monthly Call (813) 784-0508 Rooms For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125 OO!Weekly $125 DO/Deposit .., Call (813) 624-8540 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred $120 .00/We. ekly $120.00/Depos i t Call (813) 770-3277 West Tampa .. Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeleti 't Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00 -$100. 00 Weekly + Deposit -Call (813) 477-7734 Nice Unfurnished Rooms CHA, House Privileges Males Preferred $200.00 Deposit $400.00 Per Month . Phone (813) 661-4292 .. ,, . . : ... . No Drugs Or . 2 Bedr()qm/1 Bath: :, :, Illegal Activities Allowed Jackson Area ;,., Duplex .. ; . c 11 Mlk ROoms For Burglar Bars . a e ; s595 00 Per Month (813) 770-2266 $125.00 Weekly Deposit : 1St Month Free ':""' _,._ .. .. ...-,.,...------__;...-..,.. : Kitchen Privileges Call (81l) 238 -6353 Utilities Included '. 3813 34th Street B completelY Remodeled Duplex Coiy, Very Quiet 1 ,.,. -. Property. ;:. '. Small Bedroori1/0ne : Bath. Tiles In All Wet Areas Bedrooms carf>eted. ,Rental Of The Premises Includes : Refrigeflltor, Electric Range Range Hood, Aluminum Blinds. Utility Rciom With Washer & Dryer Hook -Up Central Air And .Heat.. No section 8 : No Programs, No Pets :. Rent $700 Per M_onth . .. Plus Security Deposit '1: .. ';'! Clean, Quiet, CHA No Illegal Activities Near Ybor & Downtown No Credit Check But Must Have Job $125 00/Weekly .. Phone (81l) 236..4s1& $125 00/Deposit (404) 839-4629 . EastTampa _. : 2 Rooms For Rent 1 Fumisht!di1 Unfurnished No Drugs, Utilities Included, Washer/Dryer Kitchen, Living Room Access, Near Busline Nice Quiet Room Nice Area Utilities Included Kitchen Privileges Males 50 Years & Older Preferred .. $150.00 Per Week & Up (813) 927-2878 1216 E. 12th Avenue Ybor ,. Full Size Bed $11 0/Weekly -$440/Monthly . Twin Bed CJ ...; W a ter $500 Down/$500 Month Per Room $95 Weekly/$380/Monthly $100 Deposit & $15.00 Application Fee. 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