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, 0 Celebrating 62 Ye11r" 1--r .. Assistant Police Chief Retires After 26 Years SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A Man Nee d s Help. For Ailing Wit SEE PAGE 8-A Candidates Comment On. Runoff Election SEE PAGE 3-A Man, 49, Killed At Busy Street Corner SEE PAGE 23-A 4 Jailed In Drug Bust SEE PAGE 23-A BLACK W O M E N B U SINESS OW N ERS BRU N C H Members of the t;Jiack Women Business Owners, Executives, & E ntrepreneurs held their Second Annual Millionaire "Herstory" Brunch on Thursday. The event was held at Don Vicente De Ybor Historic Inn And Restaurant. Ms. Erica Crenshaw of Long I s land New York was the special guest Ms Crenshaw shown on the left, is a graduate of FAMU School of Business and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. She is shown with Ms. Janet Brooks, (the organizations creator), center and Dr. Florence Alexander. (Photograph by Jerry Brunson).


FEATURES Developer Said He Was 'BIIndsided' At Public He-..rlrig NAVPREET RANDHAWA Developer ALBARNFS led petition drive SAM KINSEY East Tampa Partnership CEO After Navpreet Rand-to meet with them." shows up to the meeting, Til hawa purchased 3.5 acres of Randhawa said in his consider a lot of the signaland in the 1900 block of opinion, the petition is not tures on the Petition as being Palifox 6 months ago, he worded correctly, especially soft." made sure the community in reference to the project Randhawa said he thinks and community organiza-being apartments. it's unfair for the petition to tions knew of his plans. "We're offering attached call the project apartments. "At that time, I had gotten homes for sale. A City "I think the people may the endorsements of the com-Council representative have been honestly misin-munity and two community noticed the language and formed, and that will be 0 groups." said it was suspect. cleared up in the meeting. That's why during a public "We want to clear the air I'm sure once the community 0 hearing a couple of weeks and misconceptions about understands what we're realZ ago, Randhawa felt he was what we're planning for the ly trying to do, theY'll see < blindsided. area." things differently." It was at that time A meeting has been East Tampa Revitalization 5J Randhawa, who plans to planned for 6 p.m., April Partnership CEO, Sam w develop the property into a 12th at the Cyrus Green Kinsey, said Randhawa gated area, told about a Recreation Center for the has met with the > petition that had been circu-petitioners to meet with Partnership and the East ffi lated in opposition of the pro-Randhawa and the two Tampa Business and Civic > community organizations. Association on several occa-"Previous meetings seemed "The "meeting will be a sions. w positive and we knew noth-hard indicator of the exact "At that time, we endorsed ing about the petition. We opposition to what we're try-the project, because we heard ::J want to know what their con-ing to do," said Randhawa. no concerns from the commuID cerns are now that a petition "We want to reach a comnity. Now after this petition, lias been circulated. We want promised solution. If no one we will get together again to Z 1;======================--"""1 see what the concerns are. i= ARRESTED=--Wewillcontinuetoseeifa compromise can be worked 5 ...... lllts lelerelfs t.ter out. ID Mr. Kinsey pointed out Felonies CUI/Traffic Misdemeanors Juvenile law Drug Arrests .J Sex Offenses .Probation Voolations Domestic Violence 1st Appearances that Randhawa could devel-W Expunge or Seal Records Bond Hearings Outstancing warrants th th al Z Appeals/Post Conviction Relief op e area Wl out approv i= Avald couit An .. ._. for single-family housing, ffi LAW IIRCE because the area is already 0 zoned for that. IICTIRIA A. HOlMBERG "But, since he wants to do a: CIIMIMl TIIAlAniiiiEY condos, he has to have 0 approval for that. Free Telephone Consultation Tampa 81 3-281 -01 03 Pinellas 727-736-0402 it AI Barnes, who led the petition drive, said he doesn't know how there can be a misunderstanding. ""Tt. ........ ef e....,._ .n .......... ....._.. wNl:ti ....... CII'MCM ........ on ...,_.,...,......_ lhf'Dtw pu lied-., ..-._ ....,.... .. ..rMI ,_, .......... ..,..,.. ... .............. One Unique Individual. One Diverse Law .:l-;' \ t'lt H-..1) ,\: C 1 1 '.'!Ilk\ -.r I ,-., JoYNER & jORDAN-HOLMES 1112 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33602 info@jjhlaw.net 813.229.9300 "To me, he's just a developer trying to make money. He The hiring of -..y.r 11 an l,..,..._nt declalon and lhould nat bol bol..cl upon .tvii11Mmenla : Belore you decide, uk ualo .and you tree wrll., lnformllllon bout our ..c1 .,.pen.nc.. Assistant Pollee Chief Ends 26-Year Career With Retirement BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer On September 8, 1980, Gilbertina Harris, armed with a 4-year degree in Criminology from the University of South Florida and an idea that she could make a difference, walked into the Tampa Police Department. On March 30, 2007, a wiser Gilbertina Wright walked out realizing that she had created a legacy within the department. While many African American women have worked at and retired from the Tampa Police Department, Assistant Chief Wright became "the first" in many areas. A trailblazer, she became the first Black female to rise above the rank of Sergeant, continuing on to become the first Black Female Assistant Chief. But her rise to the top was not without its hills and valleys. Less than a year after the birth of her daughter, Latia, in 1986, Chief Wright was attacked by a pit bull. She was a corporal at the time and rumors circulated that she would be afraid to return to the streets. She wasn't. In 1997, she learned that she had breast cancer and bought property and didn't consult us about his plans as far as I know. I'm not against single-family homes on the property. rn attend the meeting and listen to what he has to say." The East Tampa Business and Civic Association will be sending out letters to everyone in the area to inform them about the meeting, including the residents who signed the petition. Reporler Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-rtUJiled at leon@flsentinel.com. ASSISTANT CHIEF GILBERTINA WRIGHT Retires after 26 t/2 Years once again the rumors began to circulate. She proved them wrong. When the cancer returned in 2000, the rumors once again reared their ugly heads. It was always her decision to stay or go. And her husband, retired Sergeant Bob Wright, supported her totally. She decided to stay the course. Chief Wright realized that she couldn't make a difference unless she was there. And she always hoped that what she endured would make it better for those who followed in her footsteps. Today, she can measure how department has grown. There are women and Blacks in places that would have been unheard of in 1980. And that is her legacy. Even her retirement opens the doors for others to move up the ladder through promotions. When asked how she feels about leaving something that has been a part of her life for more than 25 years, she said, I love what I'm doing but Lb.aive-_no regrets. I will miss ijle people l see everyday and those who I see on occasion, rilsee less often. Now, it is all.about family, ch.urch, (From The Heart) debriefing, and finding her next venture. It's been a long time since I've been able to just do nothing but concentrate on my home and family. I have no immediate plans. She eJ\joys cake decorating and may pursue that interest. Eventually, she will probably re-enter the workforce to satisfy her Social Security requirements. But for the time being, the idea of taking each day as it is appealing to her and her family.


FEATURES Citizens Give Views On The Next Four Years Candidates Comment On Runoff Election Now that the City of Tampa elections have concluded, citizens were asked what they would like to see happen in Tampa over the next four years. Mr. AI Davis: "We already have a comprehensive plan. We're looking at the transportation system, road condi tions, better housing, and how to deal with growth. Like Mayor Pam Iorio said, we're looking at Tampa 4 or 5 years from now and what it will need. "Quality of iife items lead the list. I'm excited about the future and. I can't wait to see what Tampa will look like 4 years from now. I want to see the quality of life in Black communities improve, especially when it comes to our children. I'm also looking forward to what the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership will accomplish over the next 4 years." JAMES RANSOM James Ransom: "Considering the City of Tampa as far as what it can do for Blacks, the key interests don't change, 'and that's economic prosperity. That has a major impact on how you can influence your own destiny. That also comes through affluence." Rans.om said the list of Blacks that can provide goods or services hasn't changed, and the f ac t they continue to struggle needs to be addressed. QUEEN MILLER Ms. Queen Miller: "I see the next 4 years through crucial points. First, we need to have every church visit City Council every year. Second, we need Council representatives to attend town hall meetings. Third, we need to mail out surveys to crime watch coordinators to coordinate their needs with those of the city. "Fourth, our elected officials and citizens need to attend crime watch meetings. We also need to encourage citizens to attend City Council meetings to express their needs, especially the clergy. They are supposed to be the leaders." Ms. Miller said we need to attend East Tampa Revitalization meetings, speak out on issues that affect Black people and not avoid the issues, have a citizens council meeting that will include youth that meet in WARREN DAWSON CRIMINAL LAW".<. 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. 1111 Mlrtnu OIAlaW'jerls an lmpormn!Oetlslon That Not Ba Baied Selelw Ullin Dllllerdsamenls. Belore fll Oat"e aa The laWVllfl Senf Yll ffee lnllllllaiiiRIIIIItThBII QIIIIUHCIIIIftllnf Euelllhl:e. their communities every 3 months, and finally, take a stand for ourselves and our community. GUSSIE LIVINGSTON G ussie Livingston : "I would like to see African Americans come together on a common ground. We have no unity. Over the next 4 years, we need to do some real maintenance in our communities. People have died to give us a right to vote, and we won't use it. As far as the leadership is concerned, those with the loudest voices mttst be heard and never silenced. We've got to become more involved over the next 4 years." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@fl.,entinel.com. CMc Association Meeting The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc., will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 2, 2007, at 6:30 p. m. at Sterling Heights Park, -11706 Williams Road, Thonotosassa. Please plan to be present and ready to participate. The public is invited. Contact person is Pauline Larry Grant, President at (813) 986-3300. JOE REDNER .. Challenger On Tuesday, voters in the City of Tampa decided that incumbent Gwen Miller would represent them in District 1 in the runoff election. She defeated businessman Joe Redner. Councilwoman Gwen M iller, who won the race with 56% of the vote said, "I think it was a great win. The voters chose the person wno had the experience, the knowledge, and the capability to serve on the. Council for the next 4 years. "They knew this was a very important election and that's why so many people returned to the polls to cast their votes again." When contacted by the Sentinel, Joe Redner said of his loss, "I had the people with their attention on the issues. But I made the mistake of taking the attention off of the issues with the free admittance to the clubs and GWEN MILLER ... Incumbent their attention never got back on the issues. I did exactly what I shouldn't have done. "But I did get the people out to vote. However, it made it better for my opponent. It was the best thing for her." Redner, who has sought office seven times in the past, said he is not to be counted out. "I'm sure I will run again," he said. As a result of the controver sy surrounding the election, a spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Office said nearly as many voters turned out for the runoff election as did for the regular election. h During the Man:h st election 16% of those registered voted. The runoff election drew 15.23% of the registered voters to the polls. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com. /Attorney Eric T. Taylor CRIMINAL DEFENSE A UTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attomev General for Florida Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor The hiring of a lawyer ;m importllllt decision that should not be bao;ed solely upon Before you to send you free written infonnation about our qualification-; and experience. "=' CONGRATULATIONS 2007 GRADUATES High school or college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves recognition. Sol Davis Printing can help make ordering your invitations easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations. envelopes and name cards all for one low price .... and includes a photo of the graduate. 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0 N EDITORIALS I CO LUMNS 0 C") 3: 0 < :il FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-14Q) 220721s1Avenue, Tampo Florida 33805 (813) 248 1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By Fl.ORIOA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. -ol Na1oonol No-r Publishers Association (NNPA) end Amalgamated Publishers, Inc New York. C 1990 -94 CP Timelntamarional C( To: C P.O. Box 3363 Tompo, Fl. 33801 a: Penochcal Postage Paid At Tampa, FL LL W .W.Andrew1 1574-1831 (1919) C Blythe Androwo tao1-1vn (11105) Foun Tampa Police Assistant Chief Gilbertina Wright. After 5 p.m., today that person will transform into Gilbertina Wright, retired Assistant Chief, daughter, wife, and mother. She has earned a right to leave a stressful job behind and enjoy her family and her life. And the community is better for her years of service. I was unable to attend her retirement party. However, judging by the remarks post ed on LEOAFFAIRS.COM, more than a few feathers were ruffled. Some took exception at remarks about discrimination endured by Blacks on police departments 25 years ago. Well, there are three. things you can't hide: a baby, an elephant, and the truth. lie. I continually fail to understand why mankind believes that if something unpleasant isn't talked about, it becomes less real. Remaining mum about a situation doesn't make it better, it allows it to fester and spread. Some of those posting com ments said the comments by former St. Petersburg Chief Golaith Davis and Chief Wright were "inappropriate." Since when does the truth become "inappropriate?" I'm sure many of the com; ments were posted by less tenured officers and if that is the case, then they may not have experienced what others have. But that doesn't make it any less true. Regardless of what some choose to believe, people such as Golaith Davis, Curtis Lane, the late Romeo Cole, B. J. Curry, Rufus Lewis, and many others too numerous to name were the African American pioneers in law enforcement in this area. They blazed the trail for others to follow And they have earned their right ful places in history. Many of them were the "first" to serve in the capacity there were placed in. And they were met with resistance. Change or something new has an ability to "rock the boat" and most people don't openly emb-race it They fear the unknown. They fear anything that affects their comfort zone. As a direct result of the sacrifices she made, other women can walk through those gates at the Tampa Police Department freely because she has already paid the toll. I wish her well. Indeed, we see no reason why workers need to take guns to work with them. Given the growing incidence of road rage, workplace violence and poor anger management skills of many Americans, we believe easy access to weapons will only intensify incidents of violence in Florida workplaces. What's more, the prospect of having thousands, maybe even millions of Florida citizens riding around with firearms in their cars sends chills up our spines, and should alarm you, too. Therefore, we vehemently oppose passage of SB2356 and HB 1417. -We encourage you to call members of your legislative delegation to request that they oppose passage of these bills. If just one life is saved by keeping guns off workplace premises, then the fight .against these two bills will not have been in vain. Make the calls and pass it on!


COLUMNS Drugs Are The Root Of All Evil -My ConfessiOn! I e polls are siient. OUT, YOU'LL KNOW IT!" I __ ::\ ;; minute? There is one And then the camera aunc e a war on rugs. It thing I would never want to focused on Joe Redner. ) the statistics on titute themselves and their is a war that the U.S. has be, and that's a politician. And for the first time in my ow much crime children in order to get been losing from day one. It First of all, your life is not life, I heard hirri slur his exists in our streets, how drugs, or the money to buy is time that the U.S. revised your own. You are public words! No, he wasn't drunk unsafe our neighborhoods drugs. When people do these its strategies on the war on property That means you've (I don't think he was drunk). are and how many of our things, they often add to drugs. got to smile at people you But as one newsman said in young Black men are in jail. both the crime rate, and the That new strategy may call don't ljke, shake.han: :c 0 ::::1: w 1\) 0 0 -...! HARD, YOU GOTTA STAY ties, did Joe Red ner seem dru 1 d b ht 1 t how much money would be cause was g reate oug on amos any corner TOGETHER ... or some-to lose his cool. But that saved. 1"11 thing like that. And that is night, of all nights, Joe Drugs are so addictive that at almost any time of the 0 why what Joe Redner did Redner was disheveled. In people hooked will do day. Drug houses are sprin-While the U.S. is thinking, :::C last Tuesday night, shook truth, he looked his age. thing to anybody to get the kled throughout most com-it needsto keep in mind that 6 me. to the core. Every crack and wrinkle in drugs needed to calm the munities. drugs are driving. up the )lo I'm like you. I've b;come his Clint face devils that wrack their drug Years ago, -the United crime rate, dehumanizing JR a dues-paying people-watchseemed to sag ... notin defi-craving bodies. Nobody and States came to the realiza--our young-people / destroying Z er. I go. to the mall and don't ance, but in resignation. It nothing is safe from addicts. tion that drugs were a seri. families the, buy a thing. I just sit_'on the was then that I saw the good needing a fix. pr<_>blem, and quality of life h)thiscountry. :J!! benche s watch people. I man, the sensitivity in "Bad. "' watched Gwen Miller last. Boy" Joe Redner. I felt it Thursday night. I watched when during an interview, 1 Joe Redner, too. he said, "I know why people 1111111111111111111111111 We don't take erap fro m -t_. : Let me tell yo u .! w o uld didn't vote f o r m e : They hate ':to play poker D'evii." JOeM: ._ anyone, and if you' do som e : Z Gwendolyn Miller. With-. R edner said that, and he -thing that "D out a doubt, she has the not .siltile. His voice you g?t to g _o: 'We all have. ffi most fathomless eyes of any and the news pro-' guns, and pulling tbetrigger c: human being I have ever gram went on to a commer-Now' We Get'To Und' e' nd 'is no problem. That's how seen on television. Indeed, cial. you gain stature in the hood m the only way you know she's Yes, I voted. Who I voted and it makes everyone afraid laughing is if she smiles. for is my business. But I'll it all makes deal. As long as both of them of you. No one would dare < And then, she smiles with tell you something. I .:s ense I don't know walked away, everything .snitch you out, because they 'her teeth and not with her wouldn't want to be either wh y I didn't realize it was fine. But, those days are knowwhat would happen if < eyes. Power in that or Joe before. long gone. woman. But Tuesday night, Redner. I wouldn't want to The only way to settle-a This is a new t .ribe of Its time people out there m I saw a crack in -her armor. be Gwen Miller because dispute is to get a gun and young men who refuse to us and Tuesday night, Gwen now. more .than ever befo:e, kilr the person you are havallow themselves to be porwe aren't going anywhere. A > Miller said more than I she Is under a brutal, .racist ing a problem with. What trayed as anything but tough new ge _neration of us comes have ever heard her say at and unforgivin,g microscope. could I have been thinking? and willing to kill to prove it. along every year, and more Z any one time anywhere, And I wouldn t want to be I mean, it's obvious I'm not We have no fear of going to meaner and nastier than the C ll t c C 1 I Joe Redner because he was one before. -n especia Y a 1ty ounc1 n t d b h' 1 h man enough to settle my disprison or dying. We .have no :::C essence,' what she said is so s u?ne. Y. Is oss, e So notice has been served. couldn t brmg himself to ll putes by either winning a fear of not living to see our C th'a t sh 'h d d ca th We are here, and you have to e a a Gwen Miller to concede fist fight or losing one. That 40 birthday. None of that -wake-up call. defeat. His heart was bro-would make me look like a matters. All that matters is deal with us. 1 kn'ow you gotten to her that bemg laidken. His spirit was crushed! chump, and I would lose the we do what we want to do,. don't want us back-!ampa-style was a Not me partner. All the free respect of my fellow thugs. while we're here, and not you. behavior style of_yesteryear, passes to Mons Venus or By the way, stop This is a different time: allow anyone to disrespect but not tod:a.y. She looked Disney World couldn't make We're not like the men were N up our parents, because they into the camera, me take that kind of abuse! us. ow sometimes, that were bought paid for a d h h bac}t in the day. Back then, a may come off as us wanted an Wit er m1 es-deep eyes (Post Script: Gwen Miller long time ago. It's amazing 'd "I'M HERE d J R man was sure of who he was, you to be afra1'd of us but the sa1 m essence, an oe edner, congratu' what a little drug money will AND FROM HERE ON lations to both of you!) so losing a fight wasn't a big end re:;mlt is the same. do. of t:Jur c ornrrzurzit-y Spea king Itself,, f Se. ;:.el ., -AM.E.R.lCA S l'"<:>R.H.M<.>ST SEM.l-WEI.;;;KLY (61.3) 248-1921 ., )> C) m t


1'-0 0 C\1 0 C") :::t: 0 a: < :E >-"' a: LL c a: LL c z < c 0 w ;:::) t-il: w > w c w :::t: 0 ::J m ;:) a. z Iii ...J ...J ;:::) m .:r w z i= z w 0 a: 0 ...J LL ELECTION RESULTS Mayor, Coun_cil Members To Take Oath Of Office "the City of Tampa will swear in Mayor Pam Iorio and members of Tampa City Council on Sunday, April 1, 2007 during the city's Oath of Office Ceremony. The event will take place at 2 p.m. at the Tampa Convention Center in Ballroom A, located at 333 South Franklin Street. Council members are: Gwen Miller, District 1, Citywide; Ma:ry Mulhern, District 2, Citywide; Linda Sa"ul-Sena, District 3, Citywide; John Dingfelder, District 4, South Tampa; Thomas Scott, District 5, East Tampa; Charlie Miranda, District 6, West Tampa; and Joseph Caetano, District 7, North Tampa. Immediately following the ceremony, Tampa City Council will hold an organizational meeting to elect the chair and chair The meeting will take place in Room 13. This event is free and open to the public. Parking "is available for a fee in the Tampa Convention Center Parking Garage. City of Tampa Television, Channel 15 on Bright House Networks and Verizon cable sys tems, will be on hand to cover the event live. The ceremony will be replayed on Sundays at 9 p.m., Mondays at l."p.m., Fridays at 8 a.m., and Saturdays at 5 p.m. throughout" the month. of April. Castor. Passes Third Bill To: Expand Health Care For Area Veterans Washington, D.C.-In a rare move for a fresh man, U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor passed the rule for the Wounded Warrior Assistance Act of 2007, a bill she amended last week to improve the health care for Tampa Bay area veterans. The bill is consistent with Castor's fight for more and greater access to health care for the underserved and veterans in the Tampa Bay area. Castor's amendment, which she pushed through the House Armed Services Committee meeting last week, increase the number of resident physicians at veteran's hospitals to eire for wounded service men and women. Castor has visited with wounded soldiers and caregivers at area hospitals on several occa-... sions, including the VA hospitals, .James A. Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, and Bay Pines VA lfealthcare System in St. Petersburg. Both hospitals are in Castor's Congressional District and they are the busiest VA hospitals in the country. Castor's VA proposal complements her first bill introduced, H.R. 1093, the Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act of 2007, which would increase th. e number o'f re_sident physician training positions for area hospitals, and help to expand care especially for under. served populations in Tampa Bay area hospitals like St. Joseph's Hospital and Tampa General Hospital. ere You Hurt An N .eed A Doctor? Not Sure Who To Call ? Must be 21 years of age, have a credit card & a valid driver's license, while we do your work. Minimum $1,500.00 Estimate. Provided By: (ORE'Y'S _CLASSIC PAINT & BODY City Council District 1 Votes In Pr ed ominantly Black Precincts Total Total Regis. Votes Gwen Joe Pet. Location Voters Casts Miller Redner 101 pt, Tampa Comm. Ctr. 2440 298 149 149 103 Monroe Middl e School 3234 371 197 173 105 Gandv Civic Assoc. 3265 418 246 172 107 Peninsular Church 4093 579 275 303 147 Fellow. Masonic Lodge 38 4 1 3 165 Gtr. Bethel B. Church 898 20 10 10 167 Beulah Baptist Church 98 10 6 4 169 Beulah Baptist Church 1728 280 226 52 171 Mt. Tabor MB Church '56 7 4 3 173 Mt. Tabor MB C hurch 143 22 15 7 201 L. Ingraham Comm. Ctr. 220 19 10 9 203 L. Ingraham Comm. Ctr. 1450 282 237 45 205 W Tampa Conven. Ctr. 3138 420 262 155 206 W Tampa Conven. Ctr. 74 10 2 '.,. 7 207 Mary Bethune High R ise 2612 242 188 53 209 Tampa Cruise-A-Cade 1723 194 98 96 213 Sl James Church 1807 115 74 41 214 Tamoa Cruise-A-Cade 114 20 10 10 215 Smyrna Baptist Church 170 19 7 12 241 J L. Young Apts. 342 88 64 23 303 College Hill Llbrarv 1366 42 32 10 305 New Mt. Zion Church 3701 378 288 88 307 Grant Park 2367 231 170 60 309 Jackson Hats NFL Ctr 2848 403 335 66 316 Belmont B & G C lub 182 7 4 3 317 Raaan Park 2114 179 115 64 319. Seminole Hats Church 1679 230 140 90 321 Middleton High School 3159 375 313 61 325 Fair Oaks Rec. Ctr 2992 473 420 52 327 Cathedral of Faith 3093 381 326 .54 329 EPiDhanv Church 2584 497 416 8 1 330 Eoiohanv Church 60 13 9 4 331 H i lls cty Fire Rescue 672 76 -'50 26 334 Northeast U M Church 68 6 3 3 336 Seminole HatS Church 234 14 6 8 338 New Life Penl Church 1691 85 61 24 340. Firemens Bene. Hall 314 19 14 4 341 B ible-Based Chu r c h 3076 308 215 90 343 T empl e Terrace Church 3821 .339 214 124 344. N Tamoa Rec. C tr 251 7 133 81 52 345 F irst Church Of God 2798 239 141 96 347 Cooeland Park 3279 260 166 91 365 Sl James U M. Chu r c h 366 13 4 9 TOTALS 70, 184 7,793 5 455 2 ,338 U. S. Representative To Discuss Issues U. S. Representative Kathy Castor will meet members of the community on Friday, March 30th, (today) to discuss issues concerning them. The meeting will be held at the College .Hill Library, 2607 E. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., from 10 a.m., until noon Among the issues that Representative Castor plans to discuss are health care and senior services. The community is encouraged to attend the meeting. Jeraldine Williams Smith Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa; FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone(813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate* .Property* Criminal* Appeals lAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County ProsecutorDeputy Chief


STATE NEWS Local FAMU Alum Respond To School's New President The Board of Trustees named Dr. James Ammons the lOth president of Florida A&M University in February, and many FAMU graduates from the Tampa area are excited about the future of the historically Black university. Dr. Ammons, a native of Winter Haven, will take his post on July 2nd, replacing interim president Castell Bryant has been credited with firing $everal unnecessary epJ.ployees, restoring, F AMU's standing with the N:ational .Science Foundation and solving the school's NCAA athletic department. sanctions However, the school is currently being audited for roughly $50 million in undocumented expenses arid may face a criminal investigation. MARY WHITE-DARBY President, FAMU's Tampa Alumni Association ''The problems are very disturbing, and I hope and believe that the new president will make things better at the school," said Sandra_ Martin, a FAMU alum and retired department head with -. the Hillsborough County School District. "I do think that we should have chosen a of someone on an interim MOTOWN MAURICE basis, but I do think things Owner of Motown Maurice will turn positive for FAMU." Productions and 2002 Mary White-Darby, presi. FAMU Graduate dent of the Tampa Chapter of : FAMU's .Alumni As_sociation, should make it a priority to sais she believes things will solve the school's financial get better Florida's only problems, and restore historically Black public uni-fAMU : s name to prospective versity, but the school needs students. the support of the alumni. "One of the most disap-"FAMU's alumni need to be pointing things to me is that supportive, and help in any FAMU's enrollment is down. way that they can. If they do The student population is that, then 'I am excited about under 12,000 for the first time what's going to be don e at the in 10 years I believe," said university," White-Darby Maurice. "The problems are said. "I believe that Dr. definitely effecting FAMU's Ammons is what the univer image, and I think whatever sity needs, and I am confident it takes to make FAMU better that he's going to do great should be done." things for FAMU." Monroe Mack was the Motown Maurice is owner only pharmacy grad at of Motown Maurice Florida A&M University ih Productions, and a 2002 grad1956, and was the first Black uate at FAMU. He believes at Tampa General tha-t the. incoming president Hospital. He believes things DR. JAMES AMMONS .... Recently named F AMU's 1oth President. are not as bad as. are makiirg tli.em; butchanges riecessary. "Certain members of the media are the problems seem worse than what they really are. Dr. Ammons has a great track record everywhere he has been, and hiring a great FAMU alum like him was a good move," said Mack. "This is not a time for students, alumni or anyone involved with FAMU to criticize. If someone affiliated with FA,M:U can't say anything positive, they shouldn't say anything at all. Our university needs our sup port." Reporter I_ Writer Antione. Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or. at adavisCiilflsentinel.com. Gov. Appoin_ts FAMU Alumnus_ To Boaird TALLAHASSEE--Florida Gov. Charlie Crist Tuesday appointed Daryl D. Parks, a principal attorney with the Tallahasse e law firm of Parks & Crump, L.L.C., to the Florida A&M University Board of Trustees. "Darryl is an energetic and hardworking person who cares a great deal about the future of FAMU," said Gov. Crist. "He approaches life with a great attitude and will carry his enthusiasm into this position." Parks, 38 is a 1992 honor s graduate of FAMU, with degrees in political science and economics. In 1995, he earned the Juris.Doctorate from. the Florida State University College of Law. "I appreciate Gov. Crist allowing me the opportunity to serve the university in this capacity," said Parks. "I will work with. the other members of the board of trustees to ensure that FAMU remains one of the premier universi ties in our state." As a student, Parks was an activist student leader who served two consecutive terms as president of the Student Governm ent Association He has served as the youngest member of the Board of Directors for 'the F AMU Foundation, which he chaired, and the F AMU Boosters. He officially resigned as chair and member of the Foundation Board on Tuesday,_ after his appointment was announc e d who, along with his has represented clients in some of the natiol)'s high-visibility personal -injury cases -will succeed F AMU Trustee Jesse Tyson, Exxon Mobil Corp., Parks' appointed term, upon confirmation by the Florida S enate will end. Jan. 6 2011. Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P. 0. Box 290415 Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 784-1021 REV. MOSES BROWN Community Chaplain FREE SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY: .t ELDER ROBERT J. DOUGLAS And MRS. SADIE DOUGLAS SUNDAY SCHOOl-10 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. TUES., BIBlE STUDY -7 P.M. .Food For EJderty And Poor Familis 1 -y..,,, .. .,..,,.. Sheller For Homeless Mothers Troubled .Youth Outreach FamiiY Counseling Pmer ReQuest The Church will provide transportation, call 626-2759 Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Church Of God In Christ -5112 N. 34th St. .Tampa, FL 33610 (813) (232-4273) W"Jth God's Paople AJ .ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH T-.':FI33605 27011 N. R. (M17111 248-6753 REV. RONALD D. MIZER, Putor Office Hours H-F 10am 2pm sulidv 7:45 a.m. Early Homing Worship 9 a.IIJ. 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Homing Worship ............ 12 p .m. Noon Day PraJV Meeting 7 p.m. Prarer And Bible Study CARMEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Huntar Rd., Plant atr. 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FEATURES Anderson Family Receives $2.4M In Teen's Death Martin Lee Anderson's parents will receive $2.4 million from the Bay County Sheriffs Office as part of a settlement for the 14-yearold's wrongful death. Florida Governor Charlie Crist is trying to get Anderson's family another $5 million from the !ltate, but the disbursement may take time. Robert Anderson and Gina Jones, Anderson's parents, filed a claim against the Department of Juvenile Justice, and are hoping the MARTIN LEE ANDERSON additional $5 million will be Anderson while he was staapproved by the legislature tioned at the Panama City this year. However, boot camp, and hedied the Benjamin Crump, the fami-following day. The Bay ly's attorney, saysreceiv!ng County medical examiner the money from the legisla-falsely attributed the teen's ture could take time. death to a sickle cell' blood -"The state has admitted disorder. A criminal case guilt, so they kiww that some hearing is scheduled for June. settlement needs to be The seven guards, and a > reached in this tragic matter," nurse at the boot camp face C:C said Crump. "However, there up tci 30 years in prison for C are -sorp.e legis! a tors who aggravated manslaughter of a fE believe that a s devastating as child. like this, but we want to be civil," said Crump. "No one wants this case to go to trial so we are hoping that the Florida Legislature will respond quickly to the gover nor's request." Reporter I W r iter Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 2 4 8 -1921. He can also be reache d at adavis@flsentinel.com. Plan Now For Your Child's Future ELMER BOOTH C this situation is, there -are "The family really jus t ) z other issues that need to be wants this grueling ordeal to The Women's Council of Florida." Jury would award this family c:c College Hill, Rev. Abraham C Seven guards .beat $40 million for a situation Brown, Senior Pastor, Ms. ffi Alma R. Purify, President, ::;, VIctory .Temp e is. hosting a symposium .... Outreach Ministries Saturday, March 31st, 10 a. (located in the South Terrace Plaza) at m. 12 p. m. The event will 7633 N. 56th st. Tampa, FL33617 Revelation Comm.unity be held at the church, 3838 w 989-186'3 .. M B Church K 29th St. The facilitator c 1 712 E "8 h 81 d be Ms. Elmer Booth, w usc v Guidance Counselor at J: Tampa ,. Middleton High School. The symposium is planned m to help parents (guardians) :;, plan for their children's ll. future by selecting the cur-Z riculum that they will need Iii to pursue the career choice ...J t.' they're,interested in. Sundays .. ... : : .. lO :OO a.m : .. The event is free and open _, t th bl' A t' t 1 m ..... : ... ...... l2:00 p.m. o e pu 1c. con men a .S Noon 'Day Prayer -breakfast will be served. For : w Every 4thMonday Night '. "more informatiqn, call (813) z : 7:00 P '!l Substance Abuse 248-6600. ... l J' i; Miili strfe i ffi: .. .... p m. en Wisdom in the Word Bible Study Ever y 3rd .. : .l:OO p.m. c Women of Wisdom Ministries a: 0 ...J u. Join us in any one of our life changing services where miracles are always bound to happen" REV. DR. GREGORY ROBIN N, Pastor :, Arid MRS. ROBINSON _,.,',.' -servi e es : : ,, .. :15 .am Morning\o/orship 12 :Hpm Bible Study-Tues. 7:30pm New_sa _Ma" Seeks Help For Ailing Wife Mrs. Patricia Roberson had the usual health problems up until April 2006. She was employed at St. Joseph's Hospital, and really loved her job. However on April 13, 2006, her husband, Willie, said she had to be hospitalized and was pretty sick. "But, when she got out she went right back to work, even though anyone could see. she wasn't a t f ull strength." Mr. Roberson said when he no ticed ,his wife's legs had swollen,:he made her. stop working. Another' trip to the Mr. and Mrs. Willie hospital revealed she had (Patricia) Roberson: developed diabetes. "Since that time, she's suf-can't do anything at this time. fered 4 strokes and haskidney "We've attended a claas at failure. She has dialysis 3LifeLink, and on April 3r my times-a week, and it leaves wife will be examined to see if her very weak. She can hardly she can qualify for a trans-do anything anymore." plant. But, we need help now." Mr, Roberson said he's had Mr. Roberson would appreto take a lot of time off from ciate anyone contacting him his job with the county to care that can offer a solution to for his wife, and the medical help his wife get through this expenses have cost them their critical health crisis. home, savings, and completely Mr. Roberson can be condepleted their insurance. tacted at (813) 391-4397. ''We are living in an apart-Reporter Leon B. Crews can ment complex that is not the be reached at (813)248-0724, best environment for us. We or e-mailed at. leon@Osenneed to get out of here, but we tinel.com. For informauon leading to Ute arrest & convicUon of person(sJ responsible ror Ute deaUt of Kwane Doster on December 26, 2004 Contact: Tampa Police Detective BRENT HOlDER @ (8131 216-3559 NEWS RELEASE "YOUCAN HURT THE BODY, BUT YOU CAN'T HURT ME <( I 00 w G R.EV. WILLIE. J. COOK, Pastor ALLEN TEMPLE: AME: CHURCH WILL WORSHIP AT HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL ON SUNDAY APRIL 1, 2007 SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 AM 10:)0 WORSHIP .. 5000 CE:NTRAL AVE:., TAMPA, FLORIDA JESUS IS ALIVE NIOHTLY SERVICE-APRIL 2-6, 2007 @7:00P.M. Monday, April 2. 2001 REVEREND RONALD CRITTON sanford, Florida St.John M.B. Church TUesday, April 3, 2007 REVEREND CHARLES GRANT New Life Baptist Church, ntmpa Wednesday, April4, 2007 Thursday, Aprils, 2007 REVEREND CLEVELAND LANE First M. B. Church of Highland Pines REVEREND OMEOA JENKINS TrUe VIne M. B. Church, Orlando REVEREND ALEC HALL New st. Matthew M.B. 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LOCAL ., :a c Tampa Businesswoman .. Included 1n Coveted Organization It has often been said that you never know who is watching what you do. And that proved to be true recently for Ms. Kamara Crawford. She was recently nominat ed. and chosen for inclusion in the 2007/2008 "Cambr.idge Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women." The organization highlights the achievements of women throughout the country. It is also dedicated to providing its members with a worldwide networking forum to establish new business relationships and achieve career advancement within their company, industry, or profession. As a result of its national base, the organiza tion has memberships in virtually every profession. A Tampa native, Ms. Crawford was nominated because of her business, Professional MS. KAMARA CRAWFORD Owner of Intellect Worldwide Associate's Degree in Paralegal Studies. She opened the doors of Intellect Professional Services, Inc., in 1997. The company offers a wide array of services including paralegal, research, and consulting, and technical writing. Her clients range from those in law enforcement to the general business community. initial nomination, let alone the inclusion. This makes me strive to work harder and it helps me to realize the true meaning of'no limits.' "I am so grateful to God to be able to see my company grow to celebrate 10 years of service. And I want entrepreneurs to know that true business will cross all boundaries, economics, and demographics," Ms. Crawford said. On Friday, April 6th and Saturday, April 7th, Ms. Crawford will host a twoday Business Convention, Exposition and Trade Show at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina. The event is to celebrate the lOth anniversary of Intellect Professional Services, Inc. It focuses on Consulting (Corporate and Law Enforcement), Transcription, and Technical Writing. Its website address is www .intellectworldwide.com Verlzon Communications, Inc. Offers $10,000 Reward. C') Several thefts of equipment between February 19 and March 20, 2007, has prompted Verizon Communications, Inc. to offer a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons r esponsible. These telecommunications equipment thefts have resulted in losses in excess of $50,000. Between February 14 and March 18, 2007, there have been seven reported incidents of stolen surge protec tion modules. The theft of one of these modules immediately causes phone service outages to customers, and takes several hours for Verizon to repair. These thefts are of great con cern to public safety because customers affected by service outages would be unable to call 9-1-1 in case of an emer gency. Verizon Communications. Inc. is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of any person who Verizon pro.perty and/or is responsible for the sale or purchase of known, stolen N Verizon property. g Crime Stoppers of Tampa ...., Bay will also offer a reward of up to $1000 for information that.leads to an arrest in these cases. Information about these thefts can be reported directly to Verizon at 1-800-997-3287. Individuals wishing to remain anonymous and be eli gible fo. r the Crime Stoppers portion of the.cash reward are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477) or report online at www.crimestopperstb.com if they have any information regarding this issue. Anyone with information can contact Detective Joe Garcia with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, at (813) 247-0344, or Detective Timothy Degusipe with the Tampa Police Department, can be contacted at (813) 3546619. ., r 0 :a en m z ::::! z m is responsible for the theft of r---D ...... __ .. Chah Of God In Chr-i# Services, Inc. She holds a Master's of Business Administration Degree; a Bachelor's of Criminal Justice Degree, and an "I am very honored and hugely surprised by even the Reporler Iris B. H olton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@jlsentinel. com. Trintity C. M.E. Church 4125 NasMU St. W. TMIP8. FL 33067 (813) 1175-9077 r;m c: r r z ., BISHOP'S CAMP MEETING 2007 "HOLDING FAST TO THE PROFESSION OF OUR FAITH" Divine Impartation HEAUNG APOSTLE HOMER BURCH WAY OF THE WORD MINISTRIES JACKSONVILLE, FL HOSTED BY: WHEN: WED APRI L 1 1 TH"FR I. APRI L 1 2007 WHERE: CATHEDRAL OF F Al"'fH CHURCH, INC. 63.04 N. 30TH ST TAMPA, FL 33610 . z c ., :!! c Tuesday 7 P. M. C) rayer Meeting & Bible S t udy I l>


c a: u. c z < c tJ) w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :t: tJ) :::i I:D :::) Q. z -1 -1 :::) m ...:. w z w U) a: 9 u. LOCAL Student Chosen As Member Of National Organization BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer A 17-year old Gaither High School student was chosen as a member of the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) Briahna Brown i s a junior who plans to major in R,Sychology in the future Her activities include the National Honor Society, the Peace Makers, Civinettes, Spanish Dance, and the Gaither High School Symphonic Orchestra, where she plays the cello. Her mother Mrs. Barbara Lee-Brown, describes Briahna as "a born diplomat BRIAHNABROWN Selected for membership inNSHSS and social butterfly. She enjoys interacting with people of all cultures .She also enjoys multicultural dance and visu al arts." Briahna is the only daughter and youngest of 3 children born to Mr. and Mrs. Beaufort Brown. A Tampa native, she enjoys music, drawing, and working on the computer. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Brown and the late Beaufort Brown, of Tampa, and Mrs. Mable Lee and the late Robert E. Lee, of Panama City. The family worships with Bayath Yasharal. Claes Nobel is a founding member and Chairman of the NSHSS. His family is known for the creation of the Nobel Peace Prize. His letter to Briahna stated, "On behalf of NSHSS, I am honored to rec ognize the hard work, sacrifice, and commitment that Briahna has demonstrated to achieve this exceptional level of academic excellence. Briahna is now a member of a unique community of schol. ars -a community that represents our very best and hope for the future. The National Society of High School Scholars was founded in 2002. It recognizes ... the top scholars in the nation St J h p 1). and extends invitations to 0 n rogresstve only those high school stu-t .. M 8 t f Ch h dents who have achieved ISSIOnary ap IS urc -i superior academic excellence. ._ 2504 E. Chipco Avenue -. The organization currently has memberships in nearly 20 Seeking Full-time Organist for the Church. Also seeking Pianist for Male Chorus. If call the Office@ (813)247 -2345 ... --new mt. Silla Church Presents The Seuen last Words Of Jesus from The Cross Hpril5th Hnd Hpril Seruices Begin 7:00 P.m. Rightly Guest Speakers m1n. Emmm HHLL /. Dew mt Sllla m.B. Church min. Don Roberts Bethel m.B. Church min. DaiTen Watson Peace Progresslue m.B. Church Reu. Tong Harris st. mary m.B. Reu. David carson. Dew Beginnings m.B. Church Elder Robert E. Benn, Sr. Hope of Shiloh Community Church Reu. michael Williams Dew Ute of Gibsonton 5705 32nd Hoenue, Tampa, florida 33619 Reu. felix E. Walters, Pastor countries and advocates for scholarship opportunities for deserving students. Among its board of advisot:,s are: writer and educator Maya Angelou, Ph.D.; Sandra L. Thurman, President Emeritus of International AIDS Trust; Paul C. Lauterbur, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate, Medicine; 2003, Eddie Griffin, actor, writer, and producer, Ed Harris, writer, actor, and producer, and several others. New Resource Center Opens On 22nd Street The New Community Resource Center on 22nd Street. When the James T Hargrett Center closed its doors November 2006, East Tampa residents were incon venienced and had to travel to the state office downtown for services. .. On Tuesday, a new community resource center opened on 22nd Street where citizens can get the same services offered at the Hargrett building. Benefit Consultants of Florida has partnered with Belmorit Heights Estates in offering free assistance at the facility located at 3527 North 22nd Street, north of the Lee Davis Center. Consultant Andrew Morgan, along with Anna Wyman staff the center. own-ed by Jennifer D' Alessandro and Brenda Davis. They have a second facility in St. Petersburg. "The company was created a year ago to feature Medicare Advantage plans," said Morgan. "The plan will eliminate co. payments and comes with a Part D prescription plan to cut the cost of prescriptions." Morgan explains that Part D covers 80% of prescription costs, and Benefit Consultants takes care of the remaining 20%. "We are happy to be a com munity access partner. At the center, citizens can apply for Medicaid, food sta:rpps food stamp recertification, ca.sh assistance, drop off information, get access to issuance problems and take advantage of the same services that were at the Hargrett building." During their open house Tuesday, 60 people came in and were introduced to the facility at;td What it provideS I A bi-lingual facility thecenter is equipped with several computers for citizens to use to access information about Medicaid, Medicare, food stamp information, and other assistance programs. For more information about the center, or about benefits, call (813) 241-2470 Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leonWJsentinel com.


LOC.AL -_._ -.... -,. -..... L -. .,._ -., :!:! c l< Man. Us&s 'Will Power' To Conquer Drug Addiction BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Lloyd Sealey started experimenting with drugs while in his 20s. "Looking back, I remember being in California in 1979 when Richard Pryor had his bad experience. All that did is attract me more into using cocaine." Sealey said he didn't like crack at first, but when he came to Florida, he got inore. involved, first as a dealer then later as a user. "The addiction cost me everything, including a dog I gave to a dealer to cover my expenses. It also cost me a few stints in prison and several trips to rehabilitation centers." Sealey said no matter how many times he went into rehabilitation, he always relapsed. "The last time I went to prison, I was working on a road crew along the interstate. I remember .it being very hot, and it was at that time I asked God to help me. In 1996, I maae a VOW to leave crack cocaine alone and I did." :::...v.y.... LLOYD SEALEY Sealey, who was released from prison in 2000, said he first stopped smoking cigarettes because he felt cigarettes and crack cocaine were "two evils working against each other. "I've been tempted to smoke cigarettes since then, but I always stop myself. Now, I'm confident I can leave it all alone." Sealey said he preaches to those who want to hear, if they want to stop the addic tion, they have to be ready to fight. "I know it's easier not to fight, because I've been there. So, if you don't want to fight the addiction, you'll never stop using drugs, no matter how many rehab centers you check into or coun selors you sit and talk to. All the centers I went to never FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 E. 29TH STREET SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2007 4:00P.M. o ISCIPLES OF VISION PRESENTS helped me It took my own will to make me stop." Sealey said you develop crutches in your life that you use as excuses to keep using drugs. :a 0 ::t listening to the weak part of your body. It will lead you w into helplessness and you F' will end up with nothing." "I started talking to crack likeit was a person, and that helped me reject the tempta tion." Sealey is a member of First Baptist Church of West Tampa, and is a musician. Sealey, who will be 63 in May, is now an independent truck driver and tries to help others overcome their addictions, no matter what they are. "I just tell them of my experience, and tell them what they need to do. I understand some will fight, and others will think they don't have the strength to fight. You'd be surprised at how strong you really are. Just allow your inner strength prevail, and stop He has one brother still living, and two children he's very proud of. "I've made a CD and DVD, free of charge, I hope can inspire others to quit. Anyone who is tired of what they're going through and don't like themselv.es anymore know it's time to stop. They just don't want to fight." Sealey said he advises every addict to fight for their lives, because that's what is at stake. Sealey has found the time to attain an associates degree in cinematography. Of Christ GosPel 2 :0-Yea1 r APril 6. 7& 8. 2007 0 ... All Past And Present Members For More Information Please Contact: Emma J. Heam (813J 6'l'l-3954 Christian Academy. Now enrolling K-2 through 5th grade Florida Pride accepted. Now hiring Preschool and Academy teachers. Please stop by the office for complete 30CXlN. 34tfl Street. FL 33605, or call ..813-248-6548 x228. Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, Senior Pastor 700 S. Florida Avroue a, FL *Ft. Brooke Park (nut to Featured Tulentlnclude: Trey Dumel.t. Brolln T1mes Duught11s of Humility und much. much more II Phu ... Goptl Pr.U1 U. tll1 P11rk Slltllrtl11y Apri/1. 1001 rln E1111" E11 Hu111 for tilt kit/1 thlll ttiJJ btgin Ill I :00 pm. 1 TICKETS $15 ADVANCE $20 AT THE DOOR Friday, April 61 2007 1:00pm:00pm/ Showcase 5:00pm 7:00pm Saturday, April 7, 2007 12:00pm:00pm/ Showcase 4:00pm-6:00pm e-mail us at: ECoaltion@aol.com Still time to join us a guest speaker and perfonner call (813) 833 for more info. us at: m.entertainmentousinessmalition.mm Group nailible ., ,.. 0 :a 6 l> en m z z m r:m c ,.. ,.. m :::! z ., c m ,.. (i) ::t m c m < m :a < c m en c l> z c ., :a 6


LOCAL 0 0 C'll Tampa 0 Resident Passes >-ft Ms. Pamela Wade Locke g: died Wednesday at Tampa u.. General Hospital after a short c a: u.. c z <( c U) w i= fj: W > w c w J: U) ::::i m a. z ..J ..J m ...:. w z j:: z w U) C a: 0 ..J u.. <( I C'll 'I"" w illness. She was 59 years old. Ms. Locke lived in the Washington, DC/Virginia area for several years, but moved back to Tampa in 2005. According to a family mem ber, Ms. Locke had a double lung tr'ansplant about 10 months ago. However, she had. seemingly been doing well until earlier in the month. She suffered with sarcoidosis. Ms. Locke, a member of the pioneer Felder family, is a 1965 graduate of Middleton High School and attended Florida A&M University. Professionally, she was an Executive Assistant with Howard University, Hampton University and the University of Tampa. Ms. Locke is the daughter of Ms. Lela Felder Moss. She is the mother of Taunya Pamela Wade Locke, left, with her sister, Sandra Payne. Williams of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Brian Locke of Baton Rouge, LA and the grandmother of2. The family can be reached at (813) 989-8566. Funeral services are tentatively scheduled for Thursday, April 5th, 11 a. m. at Beulah Institutional Baptist Church. Wilson Funeral Home will handie arrangements. SHEPHERD'S MEN BASKETBALL/ MINISTRY Reverend Walter J .. Williams, Pastor & Founder Reverend Larry Williams, Sr. Executive Director Guest Speaker* Reverend R. Lockett Beth Christian Disci Church etor: Johnnie Mae Collins Tampa Native Honored By Howard University -Tampa native, Bobby Felder of Washington, D. C. was honored with a special tribute from Howard University. The Howard University Jazz Ensemble (HUJE) presented its Spring Concert on Thursday, March 29, 2007 at 12:40 p. m. in the histor'ic Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel on the main campus of Howard University. This concert was a tribute to Maestro Robert "Bobby" Felder, Professor of Music Emeritus at the University of the District of Columbia and legendary band leader. Felder performs often in his home. town. The guest soloist for the Gala was the legendary trombonist Fred Wesley, Jr. Maestro Wesley is the former Music Director for the "King of. Soul", the late James Brown. Mr. Felder's brother, Billy Felder flew up to be in attendance along with other family members that reside in the D.C. area. Tuskegee Airmen Receive Congressional Honors President Bush greets Tuskegee Airmen Dr. Roscoe Brown, center, and Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson, left, on Thursday in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, during the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony for the Tuskegee Airmen. WASHINGTON President Bush saluted the Tuskegee airmen on Thursday, six decades after they completed their World War II mission and returned home to a country that discriminated against them because they were black. In The Spotlight SHAWNTA We are confident that this young lady will become very popular amongst our fans very_ quickly. LaShawnta is this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature. This 23-year-old loves dancing and spending time with her fam_ ily. LaShawnta is an Aries whose goals include finishing school and pursuing a career in hospitality. Any guy trying to get closer to LaShawnta must be smart, honest, be established and have goals. Congratulations to LaShawnta on being this week:s Spotlight Unlimited Feature. Victory Temple Outreach Ministries, Inc. Located In The South Terrace Plaza 7633 N. 56th Street, Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-1863 Pastor Laytecia Flowers PROPHETESS TIFFANY FRANKLIN Of Miracle City Worship Center PROPHETESS DOROTHY BROOKS Sponsor (Additional Parking Available In The Rear)


LOCALSPORTS ., c Youngster Win. s Trophy 'At: Paltna Ceia Country Club s: )> Recently, Ajani Liggins was among youngsters who participated in a golf tourmiment at Palma Ceia Country Club. He finished with a 9hole total of 42 in the boys' 9-11 division. Ajani scored three strokes clear of 11-year-old Todd Sessums, who earned second place. Clearwater native Andrew Heric, 10, captured third place with a score of 46. _. .,,l:!!'j '. For the past 5 Ajani has c.ompeteq yanpus golf tournaments. thfoughout the area. This''inarks his 30th competition as a junior golf competitor. The ten-year-old is a Tampa native and a 4th grade student at Robles Ten-year-old Ajani Liggins iS shown with the first place trophy he captured recently after his win at Palma Ceia COuntry Club. Elementary School. Ajani is golfer. He also enjoys scithe son of Mr. and Mrs ence, bowling, movies, run(Yolanda) Lig-ning, and video games. gins. The tournament was open Ajani playing golf to youngsters from ages 6 to at the age of 2 and has 18. Others who captured tro giown into a talented young phies during the competition .Middleton Wrestling .. Team Successful In Breakout Year The Middleton High School Wrestling Team finished fourth in their district, and seventh out of 32 schools in their region. Junior Moses McCray placed sixth in the Class 2A State Tournament. Middleton High School's The Regional Wrestling Wrestling Team recently Tournament was held in wrapped up a banner year. Winter Haven, with the The Tigers took eight stu-Finals being held at the dent wrestlers to the Region Lakeland Center. McCray is 2.A2 Wrestling Tou,rnament, the first wrestler in school three to t11e FHSAA history to place in the State Wrestling Finals with one Finals. As a team, the Tigers the best finished 4th out of nine teams i n t'lf e Class 2A State in 2A-8-District. They were Tournament. also ranked 7th out of 21 Moses McCray, a junior in schools in the 2A-2 Region the 285-pound class, placed. "We wrestle among some 6th in the state tournament. great programs like Brandon Ricardo Albaladejo, a and rmwood High Schools so junior in the 160-pound class, excited about our D_errell Williams, a as a team. We would semor m the 215-pound class, not have the succe ss we have qualified for State if it was not for my assistant Wrestling Finals. "Th' t coaches, and a lot of dedicated 1s was a grea year 10r t d t .d B b "I W 11 -b 1 t 1 s u en s, sa1 urc us. e a were a so u e y h d f, r ec static about taking our ave a goo ee mg that _were wrestler to the State Finals movmg closer to havmg a said Middleton' s head state champion, and we'll be wrestling coach Emanuel aiming for a state champiBurcb. "One of the. great onship next year." things is that we only have Reporter I Writer Antione three seniors graduating so a: Davis can be reached at large portion of our team will (813) 248-1921. He can also be returning next year." be reached at adavis@[lsen-included: Chris Biuso, of Padova won in the boys' 12King High School, won in the 13-year-old division, while boys' 16-18-year-old division; Nina Hwang captured the A. J. Newell captured the trophy in the girls' division girls' trophy in the same age of the same age. Kayla Poff division. won in the girls' 9-10 age competition was the 6 to 8 :a year-olds. Conner Campbell won in boys' 6-8 division w and Alyssa Serino won the 9 girls' 6-8 division. In the girls' 13-15-year-old group. division, Kelsey Gibson The youngest group of captured the title. Austin golfers participating in the Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel. com. THE INSTITUTE ON BLACK LIFE I.'_& T .HE 'FLORIDA EDUCATION FUND .. PRESENT! "The Achievement Gap: \ and Solutions" Aprilll, 2007 10:00 P.M Phyllis P. Marsh aU Center Ballroom Presenters: Mr. Otis Anthony, Senior Director Minority Relations_ (or Polk County School District Dr. Lawrenee Morehouse, President & CEO Florida Education Fund Mrs. Luney, Superintendent Dr. Michael Grego, Assistant Superintendent School District of Hillsborough County Dr. Roy Kaplan, Associate Professor, USF Africana Studies -Author: Failing Grades: How Schools Breed Frustration, Anger & Violence and How to Prevent it. USF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Please RSVP by April 6, 2007 to ccobb@ibl.usf.edu or (813) 974-9387 ., r-0 :a 6 )> tJ) m z z m r-I CD c: :I rr-m I ::::! z "'D, c: CD r-c;; :z:: m c m < m :a < -4 c: m tJ) c )> z c ., :a < I C) m .... w I )>


0 i:t I.L 0 z < 0 0 w > a:. w > w c w % 0 ::::i Ill : D. z ti -I -I : Ill ..J w z i= z w 0 i:t 0 -I I.L LOCAL SPORTS BucsVP Says Team Needs To Start Improving BY ANTIONE DAVIS salary cap, and a lack of Sentinel Staff Writer draft picks the past few sea sons. However, Glazer stat-Jon Gruden and Bruce ed that those days are Allen are the clock, and behind them. need to produce more wins The Buccaneers have had for the Tampa Bay roughly $25 million in Buccaneers, according to the salary cap room this off-sea team's vice president. son. They've used that Joel Glazer, son of Bucs' money to acquire players owner Malcom Glazer, such as: DL KeVin Carter, expressed his disappoint-LB Cato June, OT Luke ment with the team's 4-12 Petitgout, CB Sammy record last season at a Davis and QB Jeff Garcia. recent NFL owners' meeting Glazer that, "there in Phoenix. He 'described the is. no magic number," for Bucs 2006 season as "very Gruden and Allen. disappointing," and stated However, "it's important we that the team "needs to start continue to build a foundaimproving." Jon Gruden; the Bucs' head coach, and Bruce Allen, the team's general manager, have been plagued with an extremely limited tion," and "build a team that can compete to win a cham pionship. Not just be decent every year. We want to be able to get all the way up the hill" BROTHER'S GRAPHICS 1248 E. Hillsborough Suite#206 'Old School' Coach Reaches Out To The Children ao. ? .. ; Coach Willie Jackson and his undefeated Rattler basketball team. Front row, left to right: Aquille F., Yugo T., Karter, C., Xavier A., Marco B., and Antonio D. Back row: Coach Jackson, Tykeron L, Michael G., Bernard P., Mike Jones, Anton B., Saivonne P., H., Antonio P., and Samuel E. Anyone from the Gay Pappa Miles era in the 1970s and 1980s remembers the singing Jackson family. A member of that family, Willie Jackson, remembers the adults who helped him and his siblings in their community, and has done the same thing for children in the Central Park area. No longer singing, Jackson works with the Boys and Girls Club as head coach 'of the Rattler ..... A ( Basketball team. undeTeated this year. Both "I'm proud to do this for 12 and under and 10 and the kids. Because I was the under went 8-0. only male staff at. the club, I "Although people are mov: bad to coach all three teams ing out of Central Park, the alone. I did it because I love : Boys and Girls Club will. be. what I do. I love telling the there for them. We want young boys what it takes to community leaders to stop be a real man." by the c_lub to see what's The kids in Central Park going on and see if they can look at Jackson as a father pitch in and do their part." figure, and he teaches them Repomr Leon B. Crews how to respect and love each can be reached at (813) other. 248-0724, or e-mailed at had two to go leon@jlsentinel.com. Dwayne Evans, Hennan Gilchrist, lisa McCray, John Price, Devora Solomon, John Huggins, Shevawn Spencer, Samuel Welch, Mattie Martin, James Martin and Bobby Hamilton NEW SALEM lVIISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2nd ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT And CHURCH'S 101ST CELEBRATION 1906 -:wo-Sponsored By Outback Steakhouse WHEN Friday, April 6th All Day Practice Round, Paring Party, Silent Auction 7 p.m. Saturday, April 7th, 7-8 a.m.* Registration/Breakfast* 8 a. SHOTGUN START [Hole in Orw :\L''' Cvlill.\c Fr nm Ed C1dili.H' I [Hole in One :\l'\\ :.200-Frum.ll'rT.' L"lm Ceremony immediately following the golf outing. Field Limited To 135 Golfers First Come, First Served *OPen Field WHERE Rocky Point GoH Course, 4151 Dana Shores Drive, Tampa, FL, 33634 CONTACT: DEACON DWAYNE EVANS Chair (813) 335-1906 DEACON JAMES MARTIN Diftcl:or (813) 766-4447 DEACON JOHN PRICE (727) 856-1926


SPORTS Broncos, Bly Agree On DENVER --The Denver Broncos agreed to terms Wednesday on a contract extension with cornerback Dre obtained earlier this month from the Detroit Lions. Details were not released. Bly, 29, had a year left on his contract.when he was traded to. Denver in exchange for running back Tatum Bell and offensive lineman George Foster. Denver also got a:sixthround pick and Detroit got a fifth-round pick. DREBLY LeBron's House To Have Theater, Bo\Niing Alley, Casino AKRON, Ohio --LeBron James' 35,440-square-foot house under construction in nearby Bath Township is shaping up as a castle fit for a king --with a theater, bowling alley, casino and barber shop. The house in a suburban location '20 miles south of Cleveland is due to be finished next year. It is being built on 5.6 acres of land purchased, along with an nbedroom house, in 2003 for $2.1 million. Cleveland Cavaliers All. Bly has 33 career interceptions, the fourth-most in the league since He has returned five interce.p-Star and Akron native, tions for touchdowns in his whose stated goal is to be the career. world's first billionaire ath-LeBron James' future 35,440-square-foot house will include a theater, bowling alley, casino and barber shop. Pacman To. Meet With Commissioner PHOENIX --Adam "Pacman" Jones will_ meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on April 3 to discuss the Tennessee Titans cornerback's run;ins with the law A person within the league familiar with Jones' situation told The Associated Press on .Tuesday that a hearing will occur-next Tuesday. That person requested anonymity because the hearing has not been announced. Goodell is unlikely to make any decision on a sus pension or fine at that time, because the commissioner's new, stricter player conduCt policy has not been complet ed. The hearing was first reported by the NFL Network. Titans coach Jeff Fisher said Tuesday he has not spoken with Jones since just ADAM ''PACMAN" JONES after Las Vegas incident Vegas "when we helped facilitate the first meeting with police." "He's very disappointed with what;s happened," Fisher said. "He thinks he 1et the city, the fans and his teammates and the organization down." lete, razed the house to clear the way for the new one. A first-floor master suite, which includes a two-story walk-in closet, will be about 40 feet wide and 56 feet long --bigger than half the houses in Bath Township. The house has a dining hall, roughly 27 feet by 27 feet, a "great room" at 34 feet by 37 feet and a bigger, twostory "grand room," according to the Akron Beacon Journal, which reported on the blueprints. The "family foyer" off the six-car garage near the elevator will be dwarfed by a "grand foyer" inside the front entrance with a sweeping, divided staircase leading to four-second:story An outer wall will feature a limestone sculpture --a basrelief of LeBron's head, wearing his trademark head band. Lowe's Son Facing Charges GREENSBORO, N.C. -Sidney Lowe put together quite a feel-good story this year. The former North Carolina State point guard and Jim Valvano protege came back to coach his old team, donning a stoplightred jacket and drumming up excitement with a surprising season-ending surge. A week later, after bailing his 21-year-old son out of a Greensboro jail in the middle of the night, Lowe's coat may have been temporarily replaced by a red face. Lowe found himself in an embarrassing situation Wednesday in the aftermath of a series of charges filed against his oldest son, Sidney R. Jr., ranging from aiding and abetting armed robbery to drug possession. Several charges stem from the weekend shooting of a man in a University of North Carolina at Greensboro dormitory "It's unfortunate, but he's like all of us --he can't con trol his children," said -Glenn Futrell, who's on the board of directors of the school's W olfpack Club. Lowe left the Guilford County magistrate's office without talking to reporters around2 a.m. Wednesday, after his son was released on a $450,000 secured bond. Later that morning, Lowe made his first public comments on the matter, a twosentence statement issued by N.C. State in which he thanked the school's administration and. fans for their support. Gore-To-Get Hefty Contract Extension SAN FRANCISCO --Running back Frank Gore has agreed to a four-year F i i\ JJ (") ::::1: (o) I\) 0 0 ....... ., r 0 JJ en m z -f z m r I m c: r r z 'tJ c: m r c;; ::::1: m c m < m JJ -< c! m en c ):It l> z c ., :!:! c


SPORTS Bonds Leaves Desert To Retum To. California 0 PEORIA, Ariz. --Barry Bonds packed up his locker, took two at-bats in his final Cactus League game and left the desert to return to California. Bonds went 1-for-2 as the designated hitter in Tuesday's 9-8 win over the Seattle Mariners, his final work day in Arizona. A handful of Giants veterans, including new ace Barry Zito, also were scheduled to fly out Tuesday night a day before the team officially breaks camp following a game with the Milwaukee Brewers at Scottsdale Stadium on Wednesday. "Most of these guys are ready to go, ready to get north," said bench coach Ron Wotus, the acting manager for a few days while Bruce Bochy attends his mother's funeral in Florida. "We have been here a long t II rme. Bonds batted .297 (11-for-37) with five home runs, three doubles and 10 RBis in 15 Cactus League games. 0 z c( Mlnte r To Retire At End Of Season 0 tn w ::) .... ii: w > w CHARLOTTE, N.C. -Carolina Panthers safety Mike Minter, one of the most popular players in franchise history, said 'Tuesday he plans to retire after this sea-0 son. w Minter has played 10 sea:::t: sons for the Panihers and started more games (141) ID -than any player in his:) tory. a. "This year is going to be it," Z Minter said. MIKE MINTER t:i The former second-round ..J draft pick out Nebraska in S 1997 is the franchise leader in ID tackles (953) and fumble recoveries (10), and is tied that adds up, especially how I z with Julius Peppers for the play the game." lead in forced fumbles (16). Minter, 33, has started a i5 He also has a franchise-record franchise record 94 straight tn four interception returns for games for the Panthers, but c( touchdowns. there's a chance he may be 9 "It's not that I felt lilf:e my relegated to a backup role this I play is slipping," Minter said. year. Over the weekend he "The decision is more based accepted a $1.43 million pay. ... on how my bOdy feels. You're cut for 'the 2007 season, talking about 1,200 or 1,300 agreeing to reduce his base snaps a year and not hav.ing salary from $2.15 million to missed any time. Eventually $820,000. Ex-lo1Na Football Captain, Harris; Dies Reclsklns Inquire About Briggs LANCE BRIGGS PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -The Washington Redskins have talked with the Chicago Bears about disgruntled Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs, who has threatened to -sit out the 2007 season after the Super Bowl runner-ups slapped a franchise tag on him. V arlo us published reports said the Redskins informed the they would deal their first-round pick, No. 6 overall, for the Bears' first rounder, No. 31 overall, and Briggs, who is a two-time Pro Bow I player. "The two teams have talked and its in their hands now," Briggs' agent Drew Rosenhaus told the Daily Southtown of suburban Chicago on Tuesday. "It's out of my hands now." Bears general manager Je.rry Angelo, in town for the NFL meeti:Dgs, said: "We will take what (the Redskins) said under consideration and we told them if there's 'anything on our part we would get back with them," Angelo said, adding there is no timetable for a deal alongside future Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick. Before going to Iowa, Harris was a Seattle-area prep star, Garfield High School to consecutive city championships. Harris was encouraged to play at Iowa by his prep coach, Leon Brigham, after Harris was not recruited by SEATTLE -Homer Harris, a star defensive lineman for the University of Iowa and the first black captain of a Big Ten football team, has died. Harris died on March 17 of complications from Alzheimer's -disease, his daughter confirmed Tuesday. He was 90. .. his hometown school, Washington. c( I CD -Harris was a three-year starter for the Hawkeyes and was selected team MVP after the 1936 season when Iowa went 3-4. The following year HOMER HARRIS Harris was the Hawkeyes' team captain and_ played "He loved to play football," his daughter, Heather Felzenberg, told the AP. Henry Ticketed In Latest Legal Woe CINCINNATI --Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry, already facing possible NFL punishment for problems with the law, has been cited by Cincinnati police on three traffic charges including driving with a suspended license. Henry, 23, also was ticketed for an improper turn and. seat belt violation. His vehicle was impounded after he was stopped March 21, and he paid $100 to retrieve it Monday, court records show. Court action is pending. Bengals spokesman Jack Brennan on Tuesday released a statement from the team that said, "While the incident involved a minor traffic matter, t .he club is CHRIS HENRY frustrated that the issue arose at all. ... Chris's over. all future with our team can be determined only after this and other pending matters are resolved by the NFL." Eagles Acquir LB Spikes From_:Bills PHILADELPHIA --The Philadelphia Eagles acquired Pro Bowl linebacker Takeo Spikes and quarterback Kelly Holcomb from the Buffalo Bills on Monday night for defensive tackle Darwin Walker and a con ditional draft pick in 2008. "This is something that has been brewing," Bills general manager Marv Levy said. "Takeo is a good person, but we wanted to strengthen our defensive tackle. They've been looking for a linebacker and I think they wanted an experienced backup quarterback." A nine-year NFL veteran, Spikes was slow tllcovering last year from a right Achilles' tendon tear he suf fered in Week 3 of the 2005 season. He's scheduled to make $9.5 million ($4.5 miilion this season) over the final two years of the sixye&!:--contract he signed after joining the team as a free agent.


_ FUNERALS ------, Aikens i --------SIS. JOHNNIE MAEFASHAW .. As the'noon' hour approached on Saturday March 24th 2007, God summoned His angels to Saint Joseph's Hospital at 11:53 to pick_ another rose for His garden. That rose was Johnnie Mae Thomas-Fashaw. Johnnie Mae answered quietly to her call and sweetly joined the array of beautiful flowers that awaited her in the garden. Home going celebration services for Sis. Johnnie Mae fashaw of 6207 N 49th Street, will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 1 p. m. at New Smyrna Full 5015 N. 17th Street, Bishcp W. L. Lee, pastor officiating. The interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. James C -herry, Barbara Diggs, Willie Snelling, Ester Mae Wiggins; the Cadrecha Family and the Ha.agar family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends too numerous to mention. The remains will repose on Friday from 5-8 p m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 6207 N. 49th Street. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. RAYMOND NEAL .Homegoing services for Mr. Raymond Neal, Sr., of 7822 Capwood Ave .. who passed away, Sunday, March 25, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 11 a.m., at St. John Progressive M.B. Church, 2504 E. Chip-co, Pastor Bartholomew Banks, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Neal was a native of Dothan, Alabama, and relocated to Tampa as a kid. He was educated in the Hillsborough County School System. On his journey to happiness, he met and marJohnnie Mae answered quietly to her call and sweetly joinc;!d the array of beautiful flowers that awaited her in the garden. Johnnie Mae was born'on March 5, 1924, in Valdosta, Georgia, to the late John and Stella Harris. She only had one other sibling l ried Cheryl Glenn. Together they_shared 2 beautiful girls whom she affectionately called Baby. At an early age she was introduced to Christ and accepted Him as .her personal savior. She was educated Lowndes County school system, ana she was the proud mother of one son, Junior. Johnnie Mae's favorite pastime was fishing. She was employed by the Cadrecha Family for more than forty years. Sister Fashaw was a faithful member and willing worker of New Smyrna Missionary Church until her health would no longer allow her to do so. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris; sister, Mrs. Lillie (Baby) son, Mr Alfonso Daniels, Jr.; Daniels and her1ius'ba9d, Dea. Mack Fas_haw. and 1 talented son. Until his illness he was dedicated worker for O'Neal Steel Company. Growing up his passion was cooking and playing' sports. As he grew older he enjoyed watching the games on television and spending time with his family. He watched the kids and grand kids grow up with Leagues and High School sports, with all of them having the same passion and love for the game as he did. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Wiley and Bessie Neal; brothers, Henry, Roy and Johnnie Neal, and "Fred and Mary Neal; sister, Evelyn Glover and 'GloriaAnn Glenn. He leaves to cherish his memory: wi(e, Cheryl Glenn Neal; sons, Andre Neal, Douglas Rogers, Raymond Neal and Joshua Green ; daughters, Tumekia Burch, Denita Estan, Tarsha Neal, Precious Neal and Angel' Neal; grandchildren, La'Aysha, Chyna, Drenija, Andre and Andrea Neal, Don'Taze Douglas, Darious and Treasure Rogers, 'Diamond Hamilton, Kayla McCray and Sierra Carter; mother-in-law, Gladys Glenn; father-in-law, William Glenn Neal and-Isabelita RiveraNeal; nieces, Lorrie Hatten, Mary Ellen Neal, Virginia and Dwayne Riles, Phyllis Robinson, Helen Neal Ali and husband, Tracie Neal, all of Florida, and Katrina Neal of Georgia; nephews, Kelvin Neal, Johnnie J Hunter, James-S. Neal and Jermaine, Xayier Brian Edwards, all of Florida, Kenny and Genice Glover, Jamie Glover, Raydell and Shawn Danzie, all of Alabama, Tyrone Neal and wife of TX; godmother, Alice Jeffery; godchildren, Zanta Howell, Ke Ke Love, Danza Howell, R ichard Blocker and Jasmine McLeod; other relatives and special. friends, Michael Hatten; Quia McCluster," Minister Yvonne Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Tiller, Mr. and Mrs. McCullough, Davenport Family; and a host of other relatives,' cial friends. 'co-workers Smalls, Bobby and Laura Valches, William and Dana Amaismeier and Marie Hagens and church members who took the time to visit; and LifePath Hospice and the Melech Hospice House. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends 78 p. m : The funeral cortege will arrange fr9m 7822 Capwood Ave. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 10:45 a. m. Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME SISTER MARY' E. SHERMAN A celebration of life for Sis. Mary E Sherman, of 4419 Cobia Dr., who passed away Thursday, March 22, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Bible-. Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th St., Rev. Earl B. Mason, pastor/officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Merriorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Sherman was born in Quincy, December 5, 193.4, to the late Ulysses, Sr. and Lucille Gaines. The Middleton graduate, is a former school bus driver and worked ina program for the county that delivered meals to tbe elderly. Mrs. Sherman was one who love.d the Lord and encouraged others to do the same. She was a former longtime member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church and in recent years she united with Bible-Based Fellowship .Church of Temple Terrace. She took pleasure in reading and participating with her grand kids in their sports activi-ties. Mary was a loving person who loved her family unconditional. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Clarence Sherman; and both of her parents. She leaves to cherish her memory: 6 children, Gregory Sherman, Clarence Shennan, Mary Ann Windham and hus-She leaves to cherish her loving and sweet memories: nephews and nieces, Robert Lee Francis (Angela) Sunrise, Lillie Hamadalla (Samir) Bushkill, PA., Charles L. l<'rancis (Easter Mae ) Ft. Francine Francis, Ft. Lauderdale, Sandra Faye King, Pompano Beach, Pamela Francis, Ronnie Francis, Tyrone Francis, Anthony Francis, all of Ft. Lauderdale, and Kathy Francis of Georgia; twentyfour grand nieces and neph e w s and several great grand nieces and nephews; a d evote d companion, Jose Santiago; a lifetime devoted friend/sister, Georgie Mae Lee-Butler (Ernest) and her children,_ Fred, Jr., Rogena, Eric, Don and Darren; other close friends, Merdes .Prince, Miami, Clarence and Coletha Slaton, James Thomas, and -wife, Kellis; brothers, r.....,============= David and Ruthie Neal, James and Mattie Neal, Simon and Irean Neal, William and Lisa Glenn, Jr., Kelvin and Vickie Glenn, Priest and Mia Glenn, Sean Glenn and Braxton Glenn, all of Florida, and James Glover, of Alabama; sisters, Susie and Nathan Stoudmh:e, of Al$bama, Louvenia Hatten, Bessie Edwards," Nena Davis and Wesley, Dwynette Glenn, Ann Glenn, Helen Hall and Gary, all of Florida; aunts, Ethel Walker 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luthet King, Jr. Blvd. Tempe, Fl 33610 PIL (813) 232 Fex(813)231.0521 Ler o u r /in llilt rakt n m o{1 m r r fir mil t : r r;. (rrt' ""' h''.l (() rrj illt' ; l l'l!(:f'lf' t'----. -SISTER MARY E. SHERMAN band, Greg, Kenneth Sherman,_ Christy Sherman and Oscar Sherman; goddaughter, Grace Wipdham and husband, George; 7 grandchildren, Emmanuel Sherman, Brent Sherman, Brittany Sherman, Greg Windh-am, Jr.,' Garrett Windham, Taz Sherman and Taylor Sherman; brother, Ulysses Gaines, Jr.; 4 sisters, Lottie Howard, Isabella Daniels, Ellenor Coleman and Susie.Mae Harris and -husl)and, Wi-llie; 2 aunts, Ruth Bonner and Eslie Paul; godsister, Myrtice Jackson; devoted friends, Howard and Maxine Davis, Mary Verdell Reaves, the Stillings, McClendon, Henry, White,. Andrews and_ Carey-Blair families; and a host of nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends 67 p m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 4419 Cobia Drive. Fr.iends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 12:45 p. m. Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS MATTIE PEARL SHIGGS VHomegoirig Mrs. Mattie Pearl Shiggs, of 1726 N.E. Lambright St., who passed away, Monday, March 26, 2007, will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 2:30 p.m., at Center for Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Ave., Apostle Mark Jones, :Sr., pastor, Rev. Dr. James Donald, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Exodus 31:3 tells us, I have filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, and in understanding, and in knowledge and in all manner of workmanship." Mattie, affectionately known as "Perkins" during her 57 years of being a cosmetologist, ministered to her clientele who were also her dearest friends. Shiggs Beauty Salon wasn't just a place for hair dos; it was a place to have a good time. While being in her presence you would learn from her MRS. MATTIE PEARL SHIGGS years of wisdom, her steadfastness in God that provided the patience she had with the people she came in contact with and she. learned from them also. Mattie Perkins Shiggs was a woman of confidence, tenacity and very strong willed and definitely not a Perkins was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and she will be remembered always in the hearts of: husband, Albert Shiggs; daughter, Talawnda Shiggs; step-daughter, Carol S. Green; grandchildren, Rynechia Descember Favors and Kyaira Simone B .arker; mother, Flora Guilford; brothers, Charles (Virginia) Guilford, Frank Guilford and Larry (Carolyn) Guilford; sisters, Melonese (Lois) Tyson, Joyce (James) Donald and Sherry (Jerome) Robinson; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, long-time clients and special friends. Thank you 'God for your loving soldier who has earned her wings. Mother, take your we'll see you later. The remains will repose at. Aikens Funeral Home Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1726 N.E. Lambright St. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 1:45 p. on Saturday for the service. _AIKENS FUNERAL HOME REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Pride" 4615 E. H anna Tampa 336 10 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626 2332 0\'ER 75 YEARS Of SERVICE Family & Op e rat e d .. ,..,., .. ..,. .... -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22 nd Stre e t Tampa Florida 33610 We Offer Cremation -Personalized Funeral Services --Shipping 813-237-5775 W e provid e affordab le with Endlence /11 l'rofe.uiona l ism 1\nd lligh Standards ll'i th a I Funeral Senict. ., r-0 ::rJ en m z :::! z m r:OJ c r rm :::! z ., c OJ rc;; ::I: m c m < m ::rJ < -f c m en c )> z c ., ::rJ c


c a: LL c z < c U) w ::;) t> a: w > w c w J: U) :::i m ::;) ll. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w U) < c a: 0 ...1 LL MS. SARAH WILLIAMS Homegoing services for Ms. Sarah Williams, who passed away on Tuesday, March 20, 2007, will be conducted on Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Hope of Shiloh Community Church, 3901 E. Conover, Pastor Robert Benn, with Apostle Michael D. Williams officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Ms: Sarah Williams was born on Augu.st 26, 1952 in Montezuma, Georgia to the late Mr and Mrs. Charlie (Laura) Williams. She leaves to mourn and cherish her memories: a devoted sori, David Williams, Sr.; a grandson, David Williams, Jr.; a granddaughter, Camille Williams; a brother, Charlie Williams, Sr.; four sisters, Laura Swain and husband, Jack, Bettie Williams, Felicia Williams and husband, Mike, and Luella Williams; six aunts, Mamie Ballard, Catherine Turner and husband, Willie, Edith Fulks, Bertha Gary a.nd husband, Walter, Ophelia Ball and husband, Alfonso,and Shirley Foster and husband, Melvin; four uncles, Will Young and wife, Annette, Murray Young and wife, Eunice, Edward Young, and Albert Young and wife, Belle; five nieces, Tyra Jones, Mia Patterson, Robin Hamilton, Doris Williams, and Eunita Williams; 9 nephews, Darrell Michael Swain, Jermaine Swain, Sharone Patterson, Kimwana Hamilton, Charlie Williams, Jr., Mark Singleton, Thomas Miller and wife, Sheila, and Dalian Yates; and a host of cousins, great nieces and great nephews, and other family members and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home 5-8 p. m. on Friday (today). The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will leave from 2510 N. Ola Ave. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers MRS. BERTHA LEE JACKSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Bertha Lee Jackson of Elm Court, who went home to be the Lord and gained eternal rest from the struggles of this earthy life on Thursday, March 22; 2007, will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 1 p. m. from New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, with the Rev. Walter J. William, pastor, Elder Don Speights, presiding, Pastor Kenneth Barrington of Metropolitan Cathedral of Truth, Havana, FL, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial 'Park Cemetery.'. Bertha Lee Jackson was born July 24, 1935, in Bronson, to Hannah and Clarence Crumpler, Sr. She waseducdedinthepublic schools of Hillsborough County. Bertha was united in holy matrimony to Alexander Jackson and to this union 3 children were born. She also adopted 2 other children and became a foster mother to many children throughout Florida. With her passion for caring, she worked as a Nurse's Aide at Tampa General Hospital. In 1977, she retired after many years of service. She was a faithful member of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church where she served in Choir #2, and the Purple Lily Usher Board. She briefly relocated to Tallahassee, and became a member of Metropolitan Cathedral of Truth. Upon her return to Tampa she reaffirmed her membership to New Mt. Zion M. B, Church. She was preceded in death by: her parents; 2 sisters, Margaret Williams and Ida Mae Viverette. She leaves to cherish her memory: 5 loving children, Patricia, Michael, Sr., and Byron, Sr. of Tampa, Alesia and Vic.toria, Tallahassee; grandchildren, Jemirah Helena, Corey, Phylishia, Alesia, Alex, Patrick, Victoria, Mikayla, Byron, Jr., Michael, Jr., Veronica Freeman, Edward, Jr., Richardo, Natasha Maura and Shequitta (Craig) Slayter; 8 great grandchildren; sisters, Luvenia Henry and Frances Walker; brother, Clarence (Earline) Crumpler, Jr., Oklawaha; sisters-in-law, Ruth Butler and Arie Williams, Latricia Neil, Colorado Springs, Colorado; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins; a goddaughter, Kathy Brookins; and a host of other re1atives and friends. The visitation for Bertha Lee Jackson will be held on Friday, March 30, 2007, from 5-7 p. m. at Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. FUNERALS THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY on Saturday, March 31,2007. The Jackson family will receive friends at their home 6717 Elm Court on Friday evening, March 30, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. The cortege on Saturday, March 31, 2006, will form at 12:30 p. m. from 6502 N. 22nd Street. Services and arrangements by EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. MR. HAROLD MAURICE HALL Funeral services for Mr. Harold Maurice Hall, of 2108 E. Ellicott Street, who passed away Thursday, March 22, 2007, will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 3 p. m. from Peace Progressive M. B. Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, with the Rev. W. F. Leonard, pastor, Rev. Johnson Donaldson, Pastor of Trinity M B. Church, Oakland, FL, officiating/eulogist: Interment will follow in Rest Haven. Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Han was born on November 9, 1968, in Tampa, to Doris Hall and the late Roy Hall. He attended the pubic schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Brewster Tech School. He met and married the love of his life, Miss Velina Worthy. He w;ts preceded in death by: his father, sister, grandparents, and nephew. He is survived by: his devoted mother, Mrs. Doris A. Hall; wife, Velina Hall; 3 sons, Harold, Jr., DeVante and Desean Hall; his siblings, Helen Rhymes, Campbellton, Leroy (Addie) Hall, Houston, TX, Johnnie (Tina) Hall, Deborah (Matthew) Donaldson, Lake Wales, William (Dorothy) Hall, Eric (Linda) Hall and Richard (Angie) Hall, all of Tampa; aunts and uncles, James (Bernice) Reese, Robert (Doris) Scott, Sr., Charlie (Mattie) White, Larry White, all of Tampa, Dwayne White, Campbellton, Wayne White., Tennessee, Samuel (Gladys) Scott, Bronx, NY, Bobbie Jean (John) Bagley, Ernie Jean (Blake) Harris, and Helen White, all of Tampa; 25 nieces and 17 nephews, as well as a host of cousins, other relatives and close friends, among whom are his devoted friends, Mike, David, Johnnie, Frank, Richard, George, Darryl, Greg and Ramon. The visitation for Harold Maurice Hall will be on Friday, March 30, 2007, from 5-8 p. m. at Ever;ett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. / THERE WILL BE NO VEWING AFTER THE EULOGY on Saturday,. The funeral cortege will leave from 2108 E. Ellicott St. on Saturday, Mar.ch 31, 2007, at 2:30p.m. Services and arrangement by EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. MRS. ARMERICA MCPHERSON' ,, Mrs. Armerica McPherson, our mother was born oii December 1, 1948, in Matamoros Tamaulipas, Mexico. She leaves: her husband, John W. McPherson; and her precious and loving children, Ricardo Stone, Sr., and wife, Terri, and devoted daughter, Diana Harris and husband, Demetrius, Sr.; 5 brothers, Roman, Juan Antonio, Jose Indalecio, Mario, and Arturo Martinez, all of Mexico; 3 sisters, Consuelo, Maria Derosario and Paulina Rojas; she also has 16 grandchildren, Anna, Ricole, Demetrius, Jr., Reco, Jr., Darius. Reco, II, and Dashawni, Ricarda Tootle Marquise, Donnell, Sugarlove,Till, Joel, Ashley and Rashad; a very !\pecial friend, Tony; and her closest friends, Alicia, Arri, Ethel Harris and Inez BU:sh; and a host of nieces and nephews. Please contact Gonzalez Funeral Home at (813) 931-l 1833 between 8-9 a. m. for any information. news education business health spc;rts MR. PAUL B. GRANT for Mr. Paul B. Grant, who passed away on March 21, 2007, will be conducted on Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 2 p. m., at Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, Tampa, Rev. Dr. Linda Reese, pastor, Pastor A.L. Randall, eulogist, and Rev. Elliot McBride, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Paul B. Grant was born August 22, 1954, in New York City to Paul and Mildred Grant. He leaves to mourn his passing: 4 children, Angelina (Precious) Hicks, TyRhonda Starks, April Grant and Ayeshia Grant of Las Vegas, Nevada; 14 grandchildren; Kiera 'Grant, Tavari Grant, Jamarcus Owens, Jimmy Baker, Denzel Baker; Ethan Paul Williams, Zion Williams, Dyamond Screen, Daja Thomas, Andre Richardson, Nicholas Thomas, Aliza Chapman, Omar Chaprrlah and Alicia Chapman; 2 sis-. ters, Brenda Walker and Rev. Linda Randall; 2 'brothers, Tyrone Grant and Carl T Grant of Riverdale, GA; 2 aunts, Violet McCarter and Tina Grant of Fernandina Beach; grand aunt (like a mother) Mitchell; 2 uncles, Leonard Robhison of Riverdale, GA, and Alonza Grant of Jacksonville; grand uncle, Sammy Lee Mitchell; 2 brothers-in-law, Pastor Arthur Randall and Herman Walker'; 2 sisters-in-law, Sharon Grant and Gloria Grant of Riverdale, GA; special friend Maria Woods; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation for, Mr. Paul B. Grant, Jr., will be held ,on this Friday evening, 6-8 p. m. at Life In Christ Community Church, 2103 E. Osborne family Avenue, Tampa. Friends are asked to a'Ssemble at 1:45 p. m. at the church on entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Saturday. t. '' John Harmon, L.F.D. imd James Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL HARMON I FUNERAL HOME I .5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 (8.13) "WE SERVE TO SER:VE YOU AGAIN"


MRS. ESSIE L. GILLARD Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Essie L. Gillard will be conducted on Saturday, March 31; 2007, 11 a. m., at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with Pastor Tom Jones; officiating and Pastor Steve Deal, Eulogist. Interment will follow at a later date. Mrs. Essie L. Gillard was born on November 14, 1934. She loved to cook and prepare food for those who were sick and not able to do so for themselves She was loved by everyone she encountered. She leaves cherished memories to: her 'daughter, Mary Ann Lewis, of Florida City; 2 sisters, Mary Perry of Florida City and Helen Brown of Miami Gardens; brother, .Franklin D. Lewis of Cutler Ridge; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. She will be missed. John Harmon, L.F.D. a -nd James Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL .J3:flOTHER HAROLD ; THOMAS, JR. .. Homegoing celebration for. Brother Harold Thomas, Jr. will be conducted on Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 11 a. m., at Mt. Olive M. B. Church, 4008 E. Cayuga Street, Tampa, with Rev. Dr. C.P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Brother Harold Thomas, Jr., was born on June 22, 1955, in Tampa, to parents, Reverend Harold Thomas, Sr. and Rosebud Thomas. He confessed Christ at an early age and was baptized at the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church.under the leadership 'of Reverend Dr. C.P. Epps, where he served until his demise. He graduated from -Tampa Bay -Technical School and then began employment at Gardinier Chemical Plant _for 13 years. Mter desiring to pursue his life-long dream of becoming a professional chef, he enrolled in the Culinary Arts Program a t Erwin Vocational Technical Always Dependable & Reliable BROTHER HAROLD THOMAS, JR. School. After receiving his Culinary Arts Degree, he became employed at the Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club and remained there for 13 years. He then became employed with Good Humor Breyors for 5 years and remained there until his health begain to fail. In passing, he leaves to cherish 'fond memories to: a loving and devoted mother, Rosebud; and father, Reverend Harold Thomas, Sr., of Tampa; 2 sisters, Deserenia Womack and spouse, Taft, and a loving and devoted sister, Cynthia L. Foster and spouse, James Harold, of Winter Garden; niece, Lakasha D. Thompson of Gaithersburg, Maryland; 6 nephews, Robert Ford, Jr., Curtis M. Ford, Randall Black, Cornelius B. Thompson, all of Tanipa, Charles Thompson, Jr., of Naples and Nicholas Jah'quez Foster of Winter Garden; adopted. sister, Clara Cobb and spouse, Thomas; godsister, Shavarra Cobb of Orlando; a loyal and devote.d Godmother Mary Williams of Tampa; 10 aunts, Lonnie Cicero of Staten Island, Elizabeth Saston and spouse, Norman of Brooklyn, N ew York, Rachel Williams, Minnie Williams, Etha M. German and spouse, Jessie, Ruby Thomas, Bertha Harris, Martha Marshall, all of Tampa; a special and devoted aunt, Dorothy Clark (Big Mama), Gertrude Scott and spouse, Samuel of Tampa; 2 uncles, James Finlayson and spouse, Mary Jane of Tampa, Samuel Thomas and spouse, Elut of1 Bradley; a special cousin Mel Reid of Tampa; and a host of cousins, friends and loved ones. Visitation for Brother Harold Thomas, Jr., will be held on this Friday evening, 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N 40th Street, Tampa. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at 10:45 a. m. at the church. on Saturday. John Harmon, L.F.D. and James Harmo.rf, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL MONALIS : MONUMENTSil\:::::., (813) 810-0301 fax (813) 242-4194 ,,,,.,,.,. .,. 3202 East M.l.K. Blvd. Tampa Serving The Tampa Bay Area For Over 24 Years Credit Cards FUNERALS MR. IRA FLOWERS, SR. A homegoing celebration for Mr. Ira Flowers Sr. "Goat," a.k.a., Billy will be held Saturday, March 31, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Full Gospel COGIC, where Elder Robert A. Douglas, is pastor, and -Dr. Doris Copeland, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Flowers was born on July 25, 1940,.he was called to do some maintenance work in his Lord Savior's home on March 24, 2007, at Sundown. He attended the public schools in Winston-Salem, 'North Carolina. The family relocated to Tampa, where he has resided the last 59 years of his life and many of those in Progress Village. He was preceded in death by: his father, Mr. Charles Flowers; and stepdaughter Kimberly Berry. He was a former employee at GAF, Inc., Progress Village Water Dept. and Head Maintenance for Presbyterian Village and Columbus Court Apts. At the time of his death he was semi-retired. He leaves to mourn his passing: his loving family, Patricia Williams Gillette (mother/stepmother of hls children) Mother Doretha Flowers-Shedrick; sons, Calvin Blue, Ira Flowers, Jr. and Felisha, Xavier Wiliiams (Dreamer), and Adrian Flowers (Sharon); very devot-. ed daughters, Victoria Blue-Flowers and Synovia Williams (Anthony); grandchildren, Wesley and Shirley Flowers, Taisha Foster, Jaurice Moore, Shavon, DeNario, Tu'wan and I'Mari Flowe.rs, Bianca Crawford, Adriyana and Alaisha Taylor; great grandchild, Lyric Zion Green; step grands, Alyson and Alan Riggins, Asya and Areya Berry; extremely devoted brothers and sisters, Mrs. Elevetta Jones, Jerome Flowers and Willie FloweTs {Lisa), and Eddie Shedrick Jr.; nephews, Jolinathan Jones (Marlise); nieces, Angela Jones, Neysa Jones, Samantha Howard (James), Robin Smith (Jermaine), Valerie Blue Flowers, Terryana Flowers, Nicole Flowersand Sofia Flowers; devoted stepfather, Mr. Eddie L. Shedrick, Sr.; great nieces, Deshontia Jones and Demoni Jones, a host of extended family and friends, the Threats, Colemans, (PV), Gainous, Progress Village Community Center, and West Tampa and 29th Street (East Tampa) neighbors. Visitation will be held at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on Friday, March 30, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE, Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. MRS. ROBERTA THOMPSONSAMPSON A celebration of life for Mrs. Roberta ThompsonSampson will be held Saturday March 31, 2007, at 11 a. m. at The Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, Tampa, where Apostle Mark Jones is .pastor, and Dr. A. F. Vickers, Pastor of Holy Outreach For Christ of Tampa, will be officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Roberta Thompson Sampson was born on March 2, 1946, to the late Ms. Roseha Clinton and Mr. Philmore Thompson, who preceded her in death, and stepmother Louise Thompson. Roberta was born in Jefferson County. She leaves to cherish her memories: a loving husband, Rohalia Sampson; 9 children, Ricky (Kimberly) Hampton, Frederick Thompson and Della, Maxie (Sirena) Thompson, Derrick Moore and Brenda, Gary Thompson, Corey Thompson and Felisa, Virgil Thompson and Dorlinda, Roxiann Thompson and Shon, and Tina Thompson; 35 grandchildren, Victoria, Javarus, Travarus, Frederick, Jr., Virnessa, Rickydra, Corey, Jr., Cornelius, Liesl, Rashon, Maurice, Dashon, Keshon, Cortavius, Deandre, Viryonna, Destiny, Keishainee, Ladarius, Virgil, Jr., Andrea, Raven, Frank, Krystal, Rodney, Nathaniel, Charles, Antonisha, Michael, Jayle, Andre, Tony, Arnez, Derrick, Jr., and Maurice; 8 sisters, Maeola (Walter) Mosley of Lloyd, Leila Thompson of Lloyd, Loretta (Greg) Jennings of Orlando, Blanche Jennings of Lake 'Wales, Diane Thompson of Dade City, Penny Thompson of Natasha Thompson of Monticello, and S -andra Thompson of St. Augustine; 5 brothers, Otis (Essie) Norton of Monticello, Tony Clin.ton of Havana, Sheldon (Azulee) Norton of Tallahassee, Willie Earl Thompson of Monticello, and Willard Thompson of Monticello; 3 aunts, Queen (Henry) Pride of Monticello, Vanor (Thomas) Smith of Tallahassee, and Algertha Clinton of Tampa; 3 uncles, Husbert Clinton of Tampa, Gilbert (Daisy) Clinton of. Tampa, and Edie Lee Clinton of Monticello; special friends, Doris Gator, Lula Mae Mullins, Ro'salyn Marshall, Geraldine Ashley, Dorothy Jacobs and Ms Willie Mae; goddaughters, Verdresa Mitchell and Lillie Crossley; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation will be held at the Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa. on Friday, March 30,2007, from 6-8 p.m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE. Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. MR. LONNIE BRUNNER, JR. Mr. Lonnie Brunner, Jr. of 13012 Arbor Isle Drive Temple Terrace, passed away Monday, March 26, 2007. Interment will b e Monday, April 2007, in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Downsville, LA. Mr. Brunner was a native of Chicago, IL, and a resident of Tampa for 22 years. He attended Irving Elementary School, Maywood, IL, Proviso East High School, Maywood, IL, Triton Jr. College, River Grove, IL, and Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA. Mr. Brunner was employed as a Senior Admissions Representative at Tampa College. He leaves to cherish his memory: his father, Lonnie Brunner, Sr. of Monroe, LA; his mother, Clarice Brunner of Monroe, LA; son, Raymond Lewis of Little Rock, AR; brother, Frank Hill and wife, Eangee of Shreveport, LA; sisters, Myretta Vanderbilt and husband, Robert of Woodridge, IL, Patricia Brunner of IL, Brenda Sullivan of St. Charles, IL,. and Sonya Fuller and husband, Tony of Bolingbrook, special friend, Laurie Perez; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, March 30, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. SentbteiBulletin Place A .... norida Sentinel In Great Places [8131 248 Ask For Keith ., :::c c l< 3: )> :::c 0 ::::t N 0 0 "'..J .,_ r 0 :a 6 )> en m z m ':"' aJ c: r r-z c: aJ r en ::::t m c m < m :::c -< -4 c: m en c )> z c ., 2:! c


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HELEN L.JACKSON The family cannot find the words to express our appreciation for your prayers, visits, flowers, calls and kind gestures, that you have shown the family--during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to the Zetas, Greater Bethel Baptist Church, Second Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Rev. Odell Smith, Edward Stone and the staff of Stone's ,Memorial Funeral Home, Phillips Mortuary, First Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev. Abe Brown and Leslie Peters Halfway House. Frances, Oscar, Roland .Johnson and family. CARD OF THANKS CLARA GRAHAM The family of Cla.ra Graham gives all our praises to God. Also, we extend a warm-hearted "thank you" to all those who made her passing a spirit-filled expresion and a loving tribute. It was truly a sincere and spiritual outward demonstration of how much she meant to each of you. A special thanks to: LifePath Hospice, Reverend Cleveland Lane and the First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines, New St. Matthew M. B. Church, Harold Jones and staff of Morning Glory, Sulphur Springs Community, and the International F&M Masons and Eastern Stars. May God bless and keep you all. The family. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over' 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 -Ph: (813) 253_19 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email_: raywms@ij.net a. LOCAL Bus Accident Sends 7 To Area Hospitals On Wednesday at 1:14 p.m., an accident involving a HARTline bus sent 7 people to area hospitals, and the driver of a vehicle charged. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports they were called to a traffic crash at 56th Street and Hillsborough Avenue. They determined a HARTline bus was stopped and picking up p!J.ssengers when a vehicle tried to pass it. For unknown reasons, the vehicle turned and struck the left side of the bus, spun clockwise and struck a second vehicle. After striking the second vehicle, the first vehicle tried to avoid the collision and came to rest across the roadway. Seven passengers on the bus were taken to area with non life threatening injuries. Deputies said the drivers of the two vehicles weren't injured, but the driver that caused the accident, Shirley Dona, 51, was cited for careless driving. Those on the bus were Robert Copeland, Teresa Reed, John Robinson, Yolanda Jones, Richard Tyler, Terri Targui, Blaine Lewis, Hel-ena Hooker, Rodney McCullough and Carl Gleason. The driver of the second vehicle, Gladys Washington, 78, was not injured, according to deputies. Academy Prep Center of Tampa Academy Rep V.M. Ybor Campus, 1407 E. Columbus Drive (813) 248-5600 Center of limpa FOR 5th & 6th GRADE STUDENTS (Current 4th & 5th Graders) The Academy Prep Center of Tampa offers an outstanding private middle school education for students willing to work-hard to achieve their_ goals. Academy Prep Highlights: All students on need-based full scholarships provided by the community* A sh_gth grade curriculum, including art, music & drama At least one hour of organized physical activity every day Maximum class size of 15, with boys & girls in separate classrooms School in session up to 11 hours daily A rich & varied extra-curricular program (activities include chess, dance, athletics,. and karate) One Saturday field trip per month A four-week summer study & activity session Focus on civility & community service Graduates admitted to schools like Berkeley, Tampa Prep, Jesuit, Academy of the Holy Names, Cambridge, Tampa Catholic, Carrollwood Day School and nationally-acclaimed boarding schools on full scholarships. A graduate support program following through high school & college All admitted students must qualify for the Federal Free & Reduced Meals Program Important: The strongest applicants will be accepted to the summer program on a first come, first serve basis. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR 5th & 6tli GRADE STUDENTS To apply for admission; please call (813) 248-5600 Nondiscrimination Policy: Academy Prep Center ofTampa admits students of any race, colpr, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available.to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


. CRIME NEWS ., ll c 4 People Arrested In Drug Bust ANTHONY REMBRANT WAYNE KERR On Tuesday, Tampa Police arrested4 people and seized 4 7 pounds of marijuana and more than $11,000 from an auto business. Tampa Police acting on complaints about drug activity at the business sent undercove r .officers to buy small amounts of marijuana at the business on 31st Street and East MLK Boulevard, known as Ivan's Auto Repair and Park ToWing. At 6 p.m. Tuesday, police conducted a drug search and IAN UGHfBODY CLINT GRANT barrels filled with marijuana in the back of the business. Police said a total. of $11,523 from marijuana sales was seized, with about $5,000 found hidden in a wall, and another $3,000 found in a suspect's pocket. One firearin and 10 pills of ecstasy were also seized. Arrested and charged with trafficking in marijuana and possession of ecstasy were Anthony Rembrant, 46, Wayne Kerr, 35; Ian Lightbody, 39, and Clint Grant, 36. Drug Suspect 'Strikes 2 Vehicles. Before Arrest On Monday at 7:25 p.m., Hillsborough County, .. Sheriff's Office and DEA agents conducted a buy-bust operation at 6503 North U. S. Highway 301. At that time, agents said Eduardo Gonzalez; 32, took possession of 4 kilograms of cocaine. During the buy-bust operation, Gonzalez was driving a green van and began to proceed west across a park--ing lot. When he spotted law enforcement officers, he tried EDUARDO GONZALEZ to leave ,and Sheriff's Office that point, he got out of the vehicles tried blocking the van and fled on foot. exits of the parking lot. Deputies pursued Gonz-Deputies said Gonzalez alez and he was subdued began to drive erratically with the use of a taser. and failed to yield to an Gonzalez was charged He drove with trafficking in cocaine, mto. the of one. aggravated battery on law shenfl's vehicles, stnking It enforcement officers and with 2 people inside. resisting arrest vio-' Deputies said Gonzalez lence. then took off and struck a Five deputies were treated second law enforcement vehi-at a local hospital for minor occupied by 5 deputies. At injuries. LET FREEDOM RING AMOS BAILBONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 2411'S 308 E. Waters Tampa, FL 33604 Tete: (813) 933-0444 Cell: (813) 493-8387 Man Killed Crossing Street DONALD MINOR On Wednesday night,. a man was killed while crossing Nebraska Avenue and Hanna. < According to Tampa Police Donald Minor, 49, was crossing the street when he was struck by a van driven by Lionel Martin. Minor was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. No charges have been filed against Martin at this time pending further investigation. Minor has no local address, and sources reveal his family members live in Missouri. Minor was released from parole on March 13, 2007 after serving 2 months on a grand theft charge. Pollee Search For Purse Snatcher Tampa Police are looking for a man they believed was involved in a pair of purse snatchings Police said the first robbery occurred March 12th at 9:44 pm. at the CVS Pharmacy, 2725 MacDill Avenue. The second offense occurred later that same night at the corner of Douglas Street and Tampania Avenue. Victim Of Fatal Hit-. And-Run Identified Tampa Police detectives have identified the victim of fatal hit-and run: The victim is Marc Joseph McQuillen, 44. Police said he is homeless and his family lives in Philadelphia. Detectives are still searching for the woman who allegedly hit and killed him. She was described as a 19 to 25-year-old Black female with shoulder length braided hair. The vehicle she was driving was described as a 1990 to 1995 mid-size car, possibly a Toyota, light tan in color with tinted windows and rear window louvers. It also has possible front-end dam-age. McQuillen was walking across Nebraska Avenue near Broad Street when the hit-and-nm VIctim vehicle hit him. The driver fled the scene without stop ping. McQuillen died later at a local hospital. Police are asking anyone who may have seen the accident or knows the identity of the suspect to call them at (813) 276-3586. Teenagers Charged. In. Drive-By ST. PETERSBURG -On Saturday, March 24th, the St. Petersburg Police Department investigated a murder that occurred in front of a residence in the 2000 block of Highland Street, South. The victim, Deandre Brown, 15, had been standTYREE GLAND RAYMOND ADAMS ing in front of the residence Tyree Jamel Gland, 17. He with friends when a vehicle was said to have been the passed the house and a pasgunman in the case and was senger fired several shots charged with' second-degree from a rifle at the group. murder. Brown was shot in the Earlier police charged the upper body and died. Several i.ver Raymond Abdul builets also struck the house Adam&, 18, with one count and one bullet struck a near-of principal second-degree murder and violation of proby vehicle. Detectives developed prob-bation on a prior grand theft able cause and arrested charge. E BAILBONDS Police said the suspect walked into the CVS Store, approached the victim, grabbed her wallet from her hand and fled. Minutes later, he approached a second victim, pushed her to the ground, grabbed her purse and fled on a bicycle. Job Reft'errals Referrals For The suspect is described as Re-establishing Convicted a Black male, 18 to 21 years F 1 Vi tin R h old, 5'10" to 6 feet tall with a e ons 0 g tg ts medium build. 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B 80th Birthday Celebration An 80th birth day celebration for Samrn Philmore was held S aturday, Marc h 3, 2 0 07, at the Comfort Inn on Busch Blvd (Photos b y R icky Roberts) Birthda'y h o noree, Sa:mm Philmore a n d his wife, Peggy at his 80th birthday cel e bratio n at the Comfort I n n In front, M ary Philmore Martin. I n the rear, Rudy and Vivian Philmore, William Johnson and Barbara Russell. Providing entertainment for the evening William Johnson, Viv i a n Philmore and Darle n e and Larr y Brooks Comments fro m the honoree's d aughter, Samarah Philmore Brinson. Edward Fields and birthday honoree, Samrn Philmore. Seated Peggy, Samm and D onald Philmore. Standing, Bill Lan gfitt, Samarah Philm ore Brinson, Rudy Philmore, Mary P hilmore Mart i n Bruce Langfitt and Barrett Philmore. Retir e d Tampa Police Officers: Greg Haxton, Willie Monroe, Ricky S mith, Rufus Lewis, Barbara Williams, C larence and Dee Nathan Frank G ray, Calvin Dame LaMarcus Larry and Patricia Coleman. Sitting, Elisha .James Dixon and birthday honoree, Samm Philmore. LaMarc u s Larr y A l b erta Reed, Clifton William s Mic h a e l Donahue, Margar e t Williams Geraldine Mungin, Grace Clark and I sabe l Collins .pose with t h e birth day honoree.


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. ----' -. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS ,. .. PAMELA And Her Crew At The Party. Additional photos can be see on www.myspace.com/vipinvitations. / SHARON And Her Cousin .. (nickname SANN) Brittany Tiara Duncan .......... : .. INFANT AT13YEARS Thirteen years havetpassed and you are still as beautiful as ever. A very special birthday wish is being sent to Brittany who turned 13 on March 29, 2007. Many more years of grace and dignity. Love you always. Mommy, Daddy, Granny, Auntie Teresa, Auntie Judy and family. We love you. Vendors Wanted Women Of Zion International, Inc. 9th Annual Mighty Womeri Conference .. And Annual Testimonial Banquet Pageant wv.Nil.womeno1tzKJini r1te1rnatio1na l.org : email: wozint@netzero.com Rev. Pauline L. Cole, Founder/President God's Side Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. WILL, LARYSSIA And JA'MAELA YANCEY SHARDAY Happy birthday Yancey! I love you and wish you many, many more. Keep your head up Baby! We will ride this time out together as usual. And yes, yes, I know you finally realize it isn't worth telling a lie or making me cry! But, stop worry ing, you know Mama's not going anywhere. I'll be here until death do us part. I love you, Daddy! Love always, Ms. Pollock. LISA Happy birthday to Lisa and Gary, on March soth. Fron; family and friends. MS. ASHAQUAY DAVIS :"Birthday wishes are going out to Ms. Asllaqu;; : -a.k.a., Quay, who God has blessed to see another year on March 27. She will celebrate her special day with family and friends this weekend. We will always love you. Love, your son, Marquay and family. Temporarily Worshipping At DoubleTree Guest Suites 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 Birthday blessings are sent out o Ja'Maela Wi.lliamJ;, who turns 5 on March soth. ,.-------------------------. Worship Service Sunday 9 A.M. Come Be A Part :-Ja'Maela will be celebrating her birthday, March 31, 2007 with family and friends. Ja'Maela's proud parents are Laryssia and Will Williams, Jr. grandparents, Mae Barton and the late, Larry Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Will (Melanie) Williams, Sr. and great grandmother, Mother Minnie Rush. We love you Princess. Tht Collr9r (ounsrlor Provldtt Prl;ltt Ac.dtmk, urttr n (ounttllnt + Prf-(DIII!'Ad'hily + hrtt!llllilt(DIDD) + AdllliuioM(avnsrint + HltilkbiGI(aplllfiint + (altY' fllljadtl!!liln + ht-(elllf' ktd! iiill ... + StmiiiiPI?-(aliltfPraflllll + iltii!IUadPnJolllllt!lntl '11 r 0 ::c i5 en m z .... z m r:m c: r r .z "D c: m r c;; :J: m c m < m ::c -< .... c: m en c z c '11 ::c c G') m w I m


BIRTHDAY GREETINGS ---0 a: LL 0 z < ... -----RENE'; LIL X And JEREMIAH birthday, James Ritman "Edwardo." Gone but not forgotten and that's real, you what I'm saying? You feel me? Love you, Lil X, Rene' and Jeremiah. '30 Is The New 20' TONY 3-28-07 RENE And JAMES RITMAN Look Who Turned 2 On 3/29 0 en w :;:, Happy 3oth birthday! 1-Wishing you many more and God bless! W Love always. Your lady, [lj Sonya, Zachoiry, Lorene, 0 AI imd the, rest of the family. w JAVENLAMAR THOMAS MCIN TYR E :::1: en :::; m :;) a.. z ..J ..J :;) m ...:. w z j::: z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. The Florida Sentinel Advertisers He will be celebrating his special day with family and friends on 3/31 at Rowlett Park at 2 p. m We love you : mom, Tonaise Thomas, dad, iemel Mcintyre, grandmas, Joyce Jackson and Clara Sue Mcintyre, grandpas: Taylor Solomon and James Harris (of Albany, GA), and a host of aunts, uncles, godparents, cousins and friends. SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2007 WEST T AM PA CONVENT I O N 3005 W. COLUMBUS DR. TN.fA, FL {Comer cl Cokl'lbJa & MacOI) DOORS OPEN CD C5PM-SHOWTIME CD BPM ADULTS $20-CHILDREN 18 & UNDER $10 FOOD a REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE RESERVE YOUR TABLE FOR 10 OR MORE FOR INFORMAnON a RESERVAnONS: 813.244..4Se8 TOO SMOOTH 2007TALENT EXPO LOG ON TO WWW. TOOSMOOTHENT.COM REGINA It is what it is, so just do you because I'm going to do me. March 27 is my day to shine. I Qegan celebrating at thehMirage on Thursday, the 29t Come party with_us. E'BAR OUS HARRIS 3-31 Happy birthday, E' Barous Harris. From Nana, Granddaddy and KeKe Nobody l ikes to see u s to gether, but it doesn't matter. No, because I've g o t y ou Happy birthday Daddy. W e l o v e you. You r n u m ber on e Lo v e LISHA, C ARLA, REGINA And SHANT A Happy birthday. .'.Coming from your real as real cousins, Sabrina, S h a nta. Ashley and Lisha. We would also like to say happy birthday to Grandma, Pooh, Ashley, Sabrina and Toya. .TY'RE KE Happy birthday Ty'Reke. You are a young man now It's time to live and learn. P S. Your mother would be very proud of you Love you. From the family. ALESHA Happy birthday, Love, your family a n d fr iend s. MALIK And MOTHER Happy sth birthday Malik. We love you. Love, mom, family and friends. Happy. Birthda y SIERRA MCDUFFIE Happy birthday t o our, Prince.ss, who will be 21 years old o n Sunday, April i. We l o v e .you. The Covenant Of God 90S Juneau Street From your mothe r Beth Baker (Derrick Loud), grandparents, Calvin and Rosalyn Roberts and L eroy Baker, uncles Tony Duhart, Sammy Baker, Cory Roberts, who se birth day i s on Sunday, a lso; aunts, Shantel Wingfield (Terence) and Sedalia Roberts, your little sisters, Daja 'e, Derrielle and Derrinique, cous:ins and other relatives; J -For More Information Or To 'Make Contributions (8!3) 8490904 or _{8!3} 340S34 < PASTOR JARVIS BALL, Founder Hope you have many more._.


-ALL ABOUT YOU! -"T1 Jl Happy 3rd Birthday lyana IYANA ELSTON It's Our Anniversary RICK And Four years strong and still going. Our love is like a cir: cle, a beginning out no end ing, t!ue love prevails. WALTER 4/2/07 Happy birthday. With much love from Baby Momma, and family. St. Mary Missionary Church 1840 State Road 60 East Plant City, Rorida 3356? Experienced Musician (Gospel, Contemporary .... & Hymns) .J .. Please Contact: Rev. Shafter Scott .@ (813) 245-3869 or Deacon John Shaw @ (813) 737-2604 -_. ---c Happy Anniversary 3: )> Jl 0 :::1: w 9 I\) 0 0 .....J MR. And MRS. HOLLYWOOD DANIELS MR. And MRS. HOLLYwOOD DANIELS Happy anniversary, March 31, Mr. and Mrs. Hollywood Daniels. Love, your kids. TONY Tony D., happy 1sth birthday. .Er-om, your family:and friends. Happy Birthday LARRY HOLLOWAY Maxii, Do you think we can make a fresh start, rediscovering in each other the magic of a touch, the passion of a kiss, the contentment of simply being together? I want us to hold onto our memories, put the hard times behind us and look forward to each of our tomorrows with love in our hearts. My heart holds so much love for you ... P.L.N. Hugs and. kisses, Sunshine. Birthday And Other Announcements Deadlines: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info TONY SUSAN 'FANNIE' MAYS Best wishes to a woman who is preordained for greatness, Susan "Fannie" Mays, celebrating her birthday on Ap;ril 2. Congrats on youtl shelter, "Amen Outreach Ministry" for dis placed women and children. Love, Ashley, Ebony, Frank and grandsons, Hat:old and Eldrick. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Happy Annniversary MR. And MRS. AARON SIMMONS 3-26 "T1 r Jl c )> C/) m z ::f z m r I m c: r r z c: m r u; :::1: m c m < Happy second anniversary to the happy couple. We love you m Jl From, your family. ::; If God ls. For You, Who Could Be Against You? MACK And CATHY Congratulations goes out to Mack and Cathy on their mar riage. Let the foundation of your union be the pure love you have c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 Jl c for each other. Remember, what God has brought together, let no man, nor C> woman, put you under. m Love, your cousin, Stacye and kids, Jim, Jymiasha, Tyrail 'f' and Shakira. m


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CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe Sl / REV. 11/ILLIE J. COOK, PASTOR Worship Adivlies: Earl Worship 7:45 A.M Sunda School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45P.M. Tuesda College Mill Cllurcll Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Suncta School 9:30 A.M. Horning Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. Fint Missionarr aa,tist Cllurc Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave. REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning-Worship -10:55 A.M. Church Van (813) 627.03338 '. New FriendshiP M.B.Church 3107 E. lake Ave. 248-4127 aev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activlt!es SllldaV ChllchSchool 8 :30 A.N. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Bible Class 4:30P.M. Evening Worship .: 5 P.M. WednesdavPraverMeennu 7P.M. Bible Study 7 :30P.M Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 301 .\nrl BlnnmingdalcAvc ) "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open : Invite You To Attend Our Services: Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Church School Service 9:30A.M. Worship Service 11 A.M REV. RONALD FORTUNE And FIRST LADY, SIS. MOZELLE FORTUNE "Bless Tht: Lord Oh My So11l And All That Is Within Me'' "Praise The-Lord's Holy Name" BROWN MBMORifiL CHURCH OF GOO IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEIIL'I WORSHIP SCHEOVLE sunday SciiOOI ..... 9:30A.M. Sullclay Morning Worsllip .... 11 A.M. sunday Evening worslliD .... 7:30 P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) ... 9 A.M. Weclnesclav Niallt Worsllip ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP HATTHE\1/IIIILLIAMS PASTOR www.brownmemorlalcogic.ol}! )4 Church Where The Love Or God Flows And The Hoi! Ghost Is In .Full Control.(' TeiiJie crest Church Of Christ JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Mom. Worship :30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Stud Wed 7-.30 P.M. Eve one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Earl Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunda School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship :50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Pastor/Teather Adult/Children Worship nmas 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1!:J!Jjil!oJI4, Sunday -9:45 A.M. Adult & Youth/ Children .. Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult Friday Noon USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Ads 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North !29th Street, Tamp11 (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship -10:45 a.m. For Transportation (all SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Praww $wv!CI8 6:30 p.m. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood 1st SaturdaY Matrons 10 a.m. -1st and 3rd Saturdays Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org lnfo@fbah.orv VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH Pastor Sunda School 10 a.m. Sunda Homing Worship a.m. Wednesda Bible Stud 7:30 p.m. .. ''II Chun:h That Embodies lind Exemplifies Vncvndltlonallove" M.B. CHURCH, INC. 5706 WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Early Momll'llll Worship 8 a.m. Sunday SchoOl 9:30 a.m. Mornll'llll Worship a.m. Wednesday Ewining p.,.,.r Meeting & Bible Oass 7 p.m. ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH 506 E. HatTisun Street NEW BEGINNING CHURCH SERVICES 7:45A.M. Service 11 A. M. Service 6 P. M. Hip Hop Genre Empowerment Service Bibl.e Study Wednesday Night at 6:30P.M. Thankful Thursday Fellowship Thursday at 12 Noon. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. 8. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. H. MURRAY, Pastor Sunda School 9 : 45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p:m. Praer Meeting Tuesda 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4021 W. P.._tto It, aJeS1 Pastor Sunday School 9:30. A.M Homing Worship 11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. PEONE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Pastor One Cl;rtrrlr Two Locations Main Location *10511 Main Street Sunda y School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m *Bible Study (Wednesday)* 7 p.m. Hurricane Gym* 3715 7th Avenue Eas l Morning Manna 9 a. m. FmThansportation, Call (Rl3) 9R6-9S04 The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa fL 33619 elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody" Early Homing Worship 8 9 :30A. M Sunda $chool"-"""""'""'"9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Horning Servlce ............................... 11:30 A.M. Wednasdll Bible Band ............................. 7 P.M. Frida YPWW ....................................... 7 P.M. FrldiiY Putorl11l Tellchlng ................... B-9 P.M. Deacon David C. Jordwl, Deacon Board Chairman Church (8131 621-6764 Home (8131 654-1950 Fax (813)1i2l-li71i:51 51. 'OHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Awnue, Tampa, Fl, 33605 (Comer 34th StrHt & 25th Anue) Ph: (813 248-3737 or 248-3651 Carellne: (813)-HELP OBC: 247-3205 Noah 248-4408 Far. 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....... -..... ". -----FIIiSTMOUNT CARMEL M A.M. E. CHURCH 4406 N. 26th Street (813) 236-2322 \llui hipping AI X 0 a: <( :E >=' let 0 a: u.. 0 a: u.. 0 z <( 0 en w ::l .... > a: W > w 0 w X en ::::i m ::l D. z j::: w ...I ...I ::l m ...:. w z j::: z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...I u.. m I co w (!) WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Slledowlnn, Ta.,.,., FL. 33610 (813) 2JB.6706 REV. KIRK R BOGEN, );>astor Church School Sunday 9:30 a m Worship Service Sunday 11 a m ITI .... Prayer & Bible Stud 6:30 Winning Everv Saturdar 11:30 Praye r Meeting & Bible Study Wedn e sday 6 :30 p m l"n.....,;,.., Lives lhroush n. Word Of Matthew New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 5oth street Tampa, Florida 33619 813 242-6268 sunday Morning Church School @ 9 :30am sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00am Wednesday N i ghtPrayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7 : 00pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ @ 7:00 pm "BREAKING THE SILENCE IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Pres e nted B y : WELL SPRING UP MINISTRY Min. Delia C ol eman, Coordinator _Satur day, March 31, 2 007 9 a m 1 p. m CHURCH O F THE APOSTLES 1 2 0 55 J ackson Rd. Thonotosassa, FL. 33592 (81 3 ) 986-3 0 6 1 o r 2931 4 1 3 C ontin enhd Breakfast will be served Vt:]!,:Jnn""" Are you hurting? H a v e you been physi call y ab used? H a v e you b een m e ntally abused ? Do yo u live in f ear? Do you feel rej ec ted ? Do you feel inadeq uate? How d o I b reak th e sile nce th a t my l o ved one i s hurtin g me? Where cao I g o to get assistaoce? Does God hear my cry ? Does Go d fee l th e agon y of m y b ruises? Why me God ? Wha t di d I do to deserve this? Is there h e l p for m y l o ved o n e tha t is abusing m e ? If you hav e answ ere d y es t o o n e or all of th ese question s, this co nf erence is f o r y ou COME AND S E E THE ANSWERS GOD H A S FOR YOU!!! Direct ions: Go east on Fowler Ave Take Fowler Ave. a l i th e o ut' t o 3 01. Mak e a left on Highway 3 01. Go approllimately a mi l e to Jacks on Rd Mak e a l e ft on J ackson Rd Continu e on J ackso n Rd. The Church i s l ocate d on th e r ight hand s ide ( appr ollimatcly 1/ 3 of a mil e). == ALL ABOUT YOU! CRYSTAL, RONNEKER; AARON MESHA, FATS, BARBARA DEBRA, QUITA And TYREE Beautiful and b l e ssed at 30. what more can I ask for ? ... : INAJYOUNG INAJYOUNG Happy 1st L il K oop. We 'v e b ee n planning for this since you've been born. May Go d bless you and keep yo u heal thy. W e l ove y o u From m omm y and d addy, Alley Boy #1. GREGG TEMPLE A.M.E. CHURCH 4603 42nd St., Tampa (813) 623-2107 R E V FRANKIE S FAYSON Ill, Pastor Sunde Scf!Qol 10 A.M Morning W orship 11 A M Bible Studr TUESDAY 7 P M GOD IS IN CHARGE MS. REGINA UNITY MISSIONARY Happy birthday to my lov e-BAPTIST CHURCH ly lady. 3111 Ybor Str.t, Tampa, FL 336 05 F ro m y o u r f u t ure hus band 243.5955 Bobby Hall. ELDER H. HUNT, Pastor S unday S chool 9:3 0 A M Homin g W ors h ip 11 A M ; B i bl e Study Tuesd ay 7:3 0 P. M THE P U BLIC I S INVIT E D : FATS And MESHA X We know yo u can't help it, w e smile eve r y time we l ook at us too. ::; Happy birthday Fats and Mesha. Nobody Wants To See Us Together, But It Don't Matter No : Cause I NICOLE A n d TERRY May you all understand who the real man is celebrating for the '07. Happy birth d ay, Bae Love, Nicole and kids.


RELIGIOUS EVENT Reverend -John Anderson Installed As Pastor Reverend John Anderson was installed recently as Pastor of New Testament Missionary Baptist Church in Thqnotosassa. Several ministers were among those on hand for the ceremony. (Photographs br Ricky Roberts) Reverend and Mrs. John (Carrie) Anderson, seated, are surrounded by their family: left to right, Chester .Aitderson, Dr. Ernestine Glenn, Raymond Anderson, Jessie Verna Turner and Alphonso Anderson. Rev. Dr. John Giles, pastor of True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, delivered the installation prayer. # / DEACON ALEXANDER BUCHANNAN, SR. Rev: Larry Mills, Moderator of the West Coast Baptist Association, and pastor of Mt. Sinai M. B. Church, Orlando, performed the service. SAVE THE OATE APRHL i, .2007 S T. PAUL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, T ampa Invites You To Our "Ending The Old and Beginning The New! Please join the Pastor, REV. BRYANT FAYSON Officers and Members on Palm Sunday at 4 p. m. ADAM J. RICHARD SON, JR. Presiding Bishop of the 2nd Episcopal District is the Speaker Music will be provided by St. Paul's Choir and the Reverend Arthur Jones Mass Choir of Bible-Based Church You Qon't want to miss out on this momentous sojourn offaith as we Pg_ul's religious heritage 1 S'?0-2007 Featuring:* REV. ABRAHAM BROWN OF 1ST BAPTIST OF COLLEGE HILL *VOICES OF PRAISE *MIDDLETON'S CLASS OF '65 .. Special Guest: DR. WALTER SMITH, Past President, F AMU Call (813) 232-7891 for more information MRS. JOAN General Chairperson Several pastors participating in the consecration ceremony by laying on of hands. The Bible Says J. T. Smith What About The Thief On Th. e Cross? Question: If baptism is essential to salvation, what" about the thief on the cross who received no baptism yet was promised by Christ that he would be saved? Yes the Lord did say to the thief; "this day shalt thou be with me in paradise" (Luke 23:43). However, we are talking about a man (the thief) who lived and died under the Law of Moses, while Christ was still living. While Christ yet lived upon this earth, He could say "thy sins be forgiven thee." He had the power to forgive sins. But this was before Christ commanded His baptism. His instructions to His apostles to tell people to be baptized to be saved came death, burial and resurrection. Christ's Law or Testament came into force died. "For where a testament is, there must also of necessity be the death of the testator. For a testament is of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth" (Hebrews 9:16-17). God's Word clearly teaches; "he that. believeth baptized shall be saved" (Mark 16:16); "repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins" (Acts 2:38); and "baptism doth also now save us" (I Peter 3:21). Yet in view of these and many other p assages that clearly show baptism precedes salvation, people try to get around doing what God says. Why will people not just s u bmit to the instructions of Christ and the apostles to the salvation of their souls? There is not a single case of conversion after the resurrection of Christ where people were told they had remission of sins; were saved; or where they rejoiced until after they had heard the Word, believed the Word, repented of their sins, and were baptized. If 'TI r 0 ::D c )> (/) m z ::! z m r;m c: r r !!I z 'tJ c: m c (/) :::a: m c m < m -f c: m (/) c )> z c 'TI :2 c __ __ so __ t_ea_c_h_e _s?_ ______________ C) m Nebraeka Ave. Church of Chriet, 4608 Nebraska Ave, Tampa, FL 33603 Sehedule of Services Sunday-9:30am 10:30 am; 6:00pm Wed. 7:30pm Phone 813-4061 Paid Advertisement cp m


,.... ---RELIGIOUS 0 0 N o C") :E: 0 a: c( :!: > c( c a: LL > c( c a: LL c z c( U) w ::: ..... w > W c w :E: cn-::::i CD :::t a. z i= w .... .... ::: CD :..:. w z i= z w cn 'c( Q a: 0 CD 0 ,.. w c( c. NEW MILLENNIUM CHURCH 905 East Skagway Block South Of Busch IUvd.) 9:30-10:15 A. M. *Bible Oasses For All Ages 10:15 11 A.M. *Refreshments and Fellowship PASTOR MICHAEL & 11 A.M.-12:45 P.M.* Praise and Worship Service SIS. TONY A NEELY For more information, call (813) 728-3723 Visit: www. newmillc:nniumchurch .com Email: mneely2@TampaBay .IT.com "One Two Locations Church: (813) 251-5756 & Fax: (813) 231-4664 "Equlpplnsl The Saints For The Work Of Ephesians -4:12 West .... Loulloll 2001 N. Albanlf Awnue. Tampa, FL 33607 8 a.m. EIII'IJ Worship 10 a.m. SundQ School 7 p.m. : W.tnesda!f lntvceuory p,.,.,. 7:30 p.in. Hid-Week Wrilp Service SotdiiTIIIIM Loallloll .. 5833 S. Dale Mer, HWlf., T.rnpa, FL 33611 SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON BYREV.RICKYWIGGS Many people have argued Jesus' request to ride on a donkey. Some say that it was not befitting for a :king. Some say that he was trying to show that he did not require all the fancy fan fair Even in life today Jesus has need of people to use. It Aut.honlilty does not matter your quality or your status. He does not Wth H lty care about your prestige or I U m I I class association thmg you need to-know IS : :. "' ;tl;l.af J ''; .. This week's lesson focuses begins in. and_ ends in; _,; In Hin:t t<_> on one of the most" impor-. Jesus IS you Aolt, it t

News From Progress .Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS COLUMN wonderful time visiting Busch Gardens, shopping and site-seeing My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and his diploma in Theology from Faith Ministries. He is also enrolled in Family Radio School of the Bible earning an associate's degree. Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the Parks Recreation Building in Progress Village JJ c )> -< s: )> JJ (') Thought For Today March Celebrants Humphrey King. and Betty Cards sent to inmates upon Pen Pals "When great minds get 9 together and brains form, N 0 0 ..... the possibilities are endless." Happy birthday to our March celebrants: Leroy Mack. Xavier Davis, Wayne Moore, Christopher Sturks, Harold Youngblood, Karen Anderson, Andrea Maxey, Yvette Floyd, Shane Anthony, Jr., Margaret Campbell and Zenita S. Anthony. ;, Happy belated birthday goes out to our former mail lady, Mrs. Rose Allen whose blessed day was March 16. Sick And Shut Ins Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily prayers: Linda ParkerLee, Mary Alice Thomas, Lillie Mae Harris, Doris Sharon Albright, Dorothy York, Lena Daniels, Leona Williams, Alethia King, Louise Reed, Georgia Johnson, Joyce Mrs. Juanita Banks is home recuperat.ing after recently undergoing surgery. Family and friends send get well prayers to Mrs. Dorothy Mallard. Get well prayers and well wishes are extended to Mr. James Hill, who was recently released from the hospital. Anniversaries Rev. and Mrs. Joe Gay will celebrate their 51st anniversary on March 31! Bobby and Jackie Wilson celebrated their lOth anniversary on March '21! Guests Rose Allen was blessed with the visitation of her grandchildren, Mikaila, Ciara, Xavier and Christopher from Jacksonville. They had a their request, write: P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, 33677-4618 or call (813) 516-6780. Family Trips To Florida Prisons Call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Falnily Ties at (813) 476-2964. Inmate Achievements! Deon Johnson completed a faith-based program and stayed on as a spiritual leader. He attended nightly programs, enrolled in two Bible college correspondence classes and earned (2) Associate degrees and (1) BA degree, Master's degree and Doc. Degree in Theology He and William Wallace designed associate degree program under name of "Men in Motion" Ministry. Roderick Faison completed Ark Ministry New Testament course, and two lessons from receiving Christopher Cobb is looking for a pen-pal. Contact My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry. Roderick Faison is looking for his Pastors, Willie and Frances Campbell in Tampa area. : Sympathy Villagers, neighbors and friends send deepest sympathy to foriner villager Oscar Peado" Gainous and family for the loss of his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Gainous. Our deepest sympathy e _xtends to our neighbor, Mrs. Marjorie W; Anderson and family in the passing of her cousin, Hortense Whitaker. Arts And Crafts Session Ms. Rosietta Daniels and friends are asking for anyone interested in the no charge Arts and Crafts session to join them every metro Unlimited connection to the internet for only $5 per month plus taxes and fees Bible Trivia 1. The only female judge of Israel, she judged the tribes from under a palm tree. Her victory songs are famous. Who was she? (Deborah -Judges 4-5) 2. 'After Eve, who is the first woman in the Bible? (Adah-Genesis 4:19) 3. Who offered a bottle of -milk to an enemy soldier and then killed them?( Jael Judges 4) F. Y. I. Remember our servicemen and women .who put their lives on the line daily for us. Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H. 0. P., (813) 238-5221. Call your news into Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed 'n 6 :D g 0 m z ::::! z m r:m c: r rm -1 z "'0 c: aJ c 0 :r: m c m < m JJ -< -1 c: m 0 0 )> z c JJ B )> < For more information and directions to the stores please call BRADENTON 4919 14th Street W est. Next to Woogi e BRANDON 1989 W est Lumsden Road Comer of LllllSden and Providence CLEARWATER 16 7 4 S Missouri Ave. N ext to O ffi ce Depot LAKELAND 313 7 US Hwy 98 N SARASOTA 1158 N. Washington Blvd ST. PETERSBURG 3100 22 nd Ave. North N e xt to JB TAMPA 29 0 7 North Dale M a bry Hwy. Km art Shopping P l aza TAMPA 125 1 E. Fowler Ave. Next JB Carpets ... -Activ a tion .. 1 s t month .. :-:.1 7 I FREE h a : z Buy One Accessory, get one FREE Value Up t o $?0 w1th n e w p/;n n o pwchaSI? m:d activation. metroPCS. :J!I u!l I 'NeN phone end ne.v oc:tivdlon r odcwa.d ,.,.trtctoni ""*t Phone not odud oize and vay bf o tore. Vloft 01.1' weboHe or store for Information on opecifio md condtiono o f !oro Cl't\.1 ond M \ '11!$1rictiono. T oxeo Cr1d ,_ not ln roln<:tlecke E""'"" 04 1 3,07. "'0 )> C) m ... ... I aJ


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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 Statutes the Hillsborough County C.ity-County Planning Commission in tends to consider 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: 5:30p.m. DATE: Monday, AprilS, 2007 PLACE: 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 : H PA06 -1B: Future Land Use Map Amendment from Residential-10 to Communi ty Mixed Use-35..; in the v ici nity of Busch Blvd.,-between 33'd & 34th Streets (approximately 1.0 PAOS-27: .Future Land Use Map Amendment from Heavy Industr ial to Regional M ixed Use-100 in the vic ini ty east of Channelside Drive, south of the Crosstown ExpressWay, north of E. Harbor Street, west of Ybor Channel a roxima t e l 8 84 acres PA06 28 : Future Land Use Map Amendment from Heavy Industrial to Reg ional' M ixed Use-1 00 in the vicinity east of Drive, west of Ybor Channel, north of McKay : Street, south of the Crosstown Ex resswa a roxima tel 9 85 acres PAOS-32 : Future Land Use Map from Residential-10 to Residenti al-6 in the Virginia Park area south of San Luis Street, east of Manhattan Avenue, north of Euclid Avenue and west of Dale Mab Hi hwa a roximat el 150 acres PA06-33: Future Land Use Map Amendment from M ajor Pub lic/Sem iPublic to Commu nity Mi xed Use-35 in the vicinity of E. Lake Avenue and North seth Street-(approximately 1.41 a6res I PA06 34: Future Land Use Ma p Amendment from Genera l Mixed Use-24 to Urban Mi xed Use-:60 in the vi Cinity of Willow A v enue, Kennedy Boulevard, North B Street, and Oregon Avenue a roximate l 7 12 acres J PA06 35: Future Land Use Map Amendment from General Mixed Use-24, Residential-10, and Residential-20 to Community Mixed Use-35 in the vicinity north of North B, south of Carmen Stree t east of Fremon t and west of Ore on Avenue-a roximatel 9.20 acres K PA06-36 : Future Land Use Map Amendment from Residential 10 to Residential 35 in the vicinity of E Adalee E. Plymo uth and N. Jefferson Streets (approxima t ely 0 86 acres The public Is Invited to attend the public hearing. The Planning Commission may consider alternative proposals which may affect all or parts of the land identified. Any. person wishing to appeal a decision made by the Planning Commission will need a record of the proceedings, and for that purpose, may need to arrange for a verbatim record of the proceedings that includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Reports will be available for one week in advance 'of the hearing date. A copy of the pro posed amendments may be inspected at the P lanning Commission offices, County Center, 18th Floor, 601 East Kennedy Blvd Tampa, F L 33602, between the hours of 7 :45 a m. and 5 : 15 p.m., Monday -F riday, except holidays, 'or on the Planning Commission website at INW'N.theplanningcommisssion org. Written comments or requests for additiona l information should be directed to Robert B. Hunter, FAICP, Executive Director, phone (813) 272 5940 If you require special accommodations to participate in this meeting, please call Tony LaColla at 273, ext. 350, at least three working days,before the meeting. I ) : C) m .... w l m


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ENTERTAINMENT Bus-a l_lhymes To Face Trial Assault--' Busta Rhymes is headed for trial on two assault charges after a New York judge decided Monday to take a plea offer off t _he table. The 'agreement would've aUowed the rapper to remain free, but Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Tanya Kennedy. 'withdrew the offer because of his recent arrest for driving with a suspended The abandoned plea offiir included probation, community service and a series of lectures to troubled youth. Rhymes' attorney, Robert Kalina, has said previously that his client had been prepared to accept the deaL After the judge withdrew the offer, the 34-year-old MC turned down a follow-up offer by the prosecution of one year in jail for each of twci counts of assault to run concurrently -and a $500 fine. for. the suspended license charge. Rhymes, whose i:eal name is Trevor Smith, opted for a trial instead. Kennedy tentative. ly set the trial to begin May 8. BUSTA RHYMES One of the assault charges stems from a Dec. 26 incident in which Busta is accused of beating his former .driver Edward Hatchett, 39, "with a closed fist about the head and neck" and kicking him in the ribs and torso, during a dispute over back pay., The atta'ck left Hatchett with cuts, bruises and substanti'al pain, according to the complaint. In the other case, Rhymes is charged with assaulting a fan, allegedly for spitting on the -rapper's car, after an Aug. 12 performance at the AmsterJ am Music Festival on Randalls Island. KanyaWast Buys Beverly Hills Mansion KANYEWEST Chicago-born rapper-producer Kanye West is now the proud owner of a 3,300 square foot Beverly Hills mansion after paying a reported $7.2 million. -According to the Los Angeles Times, Ye's new traditional-style crib includes six bedrooms, four bathrooms and park-like grounds of almost an acre. It had been more than 45 years before the two-story house, built {n 1921, had been on the market West, 29, has been busy in Los Angeles .developing an HBO show with Larry Charles ("Borat," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Seinfeld") He is also working on a new album and recently recorded his own version of rapper Rich Boy's hit single "Throw Some Ds". .Naomi Exits Mop Duty In Dolce & Gabanna It's evident that Naomi Campbell knows how to _make an entrance, as evidenced by the model's daily catwalk arrivais to her court ordered community service last week. But Friday's 4 p.m. completion of her cleaning stint at the Department of Sanitation facility in Manhattan proves she knows how to make an even bigger exit. Gathered paparazzi and residents of the Lower East Side apartment complex across the street clamored NAOMI CAMPBELL and snapped pictures as the. sive clothing once inside and British runway diva walked dom:ted an orange, reflective out ofthebuilding in a spark-Department of Sanitation ly, bare-shouldered Dolce & vest, stretch pants, combat Gabbana gown and stiletto boots and a dust mask; sandals. During lunch breaks, she and 'She made her way to a sil-co-workers ordered pizza, ver Rolls Royce that promptly Durrell said. whisked her off to a 60th In January, Campbell birthday bash for singer pleaded guilty to misdeElton John, which explains meanor assault for throwing her formal getup. her cell phone at her maid, "Miss Campbell completed Ana Scolavino, over a missher service successfully," said ing pair of jeans.In an agreeher boss for the week, sanita-ment with prosecutors, the tion Deputy Chief Albert Manhattan Criminal Court Durrell. "From what I underjudge sentenced Campbell to stand, she was pleasant the perform five days of commu entire time." nity service, take anger man: Although she arrived to agement classes and pay work every day in stylish out$363.32 in restitution to fits, on time at 8 a.m. notes Scolavino, as well as coverDurrei_I, she shed the expEm-ing her hospital bills. ., :a c }< 3: )> :a 0 ::::t 5' N 0 0 __, ., r 0 :a c )> C/) m z .... z m r;-m IC r ; z c: m r c;; .::::t m c m < m :a < ..... c: m C/) c )> < )> z c ., :a c )> -< )> C) m N ..... I m


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ALL MY CHILDREN: Adam forced Amanda to help him destroy Tad and Jamie by threatening to frame Janet. After seeing Tad embracing Krystal, and unaware they had been arguing, Adam vowed revenge Bianca realized she's falling in love with Zoe, who finally. made peace with her mother after explaining her life to Betty Coming: Bianca makes a startling declaration charmed Alexis While Jax and early got back together, Michael took action to get his parents reunited Coming: Alcazar strikes first. -AS THE WORLD TURNS: Henry accepted Vienna's marriage proposal, but called off the wedding after finding her in bed with Brad, who tried, but failed, to get Vienna back. Meg learned how Craig destroyed her family and vowed to make him pay. Faith told Holden that Lily is still taking pills, and Lily discovered that Faith hasn't been eating Coming: Casey learns his fate GUIDING LIGHT: Alan was briefly awakened imd wrote a revealing note, which Alan-Michael found and hid before asking the doctor to administer more of the risky drug. After dreaming he told Buzz who shot him, Alan emerged from the coma but revealed nothing, acting pleased with everyone, including a startled Alan-Michael. Coming: Is Alan's sunny nature a clever facade? ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Miles claimed to Todd that Spencer' s letter revealed the whereabouts of T<;>dd's son. Determined to find the baby based on the clue, Todd appeared headed to Chicago Believing she had no other option, Starr tearfully broke up with Cole.., To prove her commitment to Antonio, Jessica signed the papers to adopt Jamie in front of Coming: Antonio is confused by Jessica's BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Taken aback by Brooke's announcement that she broke up with Ridge and wants Nick back, he said that he's in love with Taylor. Stephanie hoped Bridget would help her keep Brooke out of Nick's life, only to have Bridget say that Brooke is the only woman for Nick. Coming: Taylor wants Brooke out of the picture. behavior PASSIONS: Whitney tracked Chad to the motel, but he refused to come out. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Pretending to be crushed that he's not the father of Sam1's baby, EJ found .out that Sami never had the test and gave her an ultima tum: u p wifh Lupa)i in 24 hours or EJ will tell Lucas everything. Sami asked rji eet her right away J o discuss killing EJ. Lucas discovered that EJ has beeri:ttsfrauding_ Mystic and told Billie, who convinced him to keep quiet in order to protect their IT)Qther. Coming: EJ s enemies list keeps growing GENERAL HOSPITAL: Sam's past as Angela Monroe" haunted her, while a seemingly supportive Amelia was able to get more information out of her, intend ing to use it to destroy Sam. Emily was devastated when, thanks to Mr. Craig's machinations, she found Nikolas and Robin kissing Mr. Craig appeared to have When Vincent appeared, Whitney, clueless about the real situation, considered telling Valerie that Vincent is cheating on her. Later, when Whitney asked Chad to forgive her for suspecting him of straying, he was tormented by guilt. Coming: Shocking testimony impacts Luis' trial. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: While arguing with Sharon at the photo shoot, Phyllis threatened to tell _Jack about Sharon's affair yvith Brad. Sharon tried to stop her but fell off the cliff as did Dru, who was to help Sharon. Sharon survived but suffered from hypothermia and her prognosis was guarded. Dn.i's family reeled when she was never found and was presumed washed away in the current. MYSTIC STARS IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... the coming year will activate your desire for creative fulfillment, travel or unique experiences. Expect social restlessness to motivate a variety of new hobbies or activities. The next four months are the more powerful summer months in the past decade for fresh social outlets, lifestyle changes and renewed dedication to forgotten dreams. TAURUS (April 2:1-May 20). A rorT)antic partner or trusted friend may request extra time or consideration Some Taureans will experience minor social differences and a wave of new emotional demands. Maintain a strong balance, if possible, and expect a unique compromise to soon be suggested. GEMINI (May 21-June 21 ).-Friends or lovers may question your recent job decisions or workplace insight. Expect repeated behav iors or mistrust between colleagues to be a prime concern. Although career potential is high, business relations may be tem porarily strained. Avoid acting as team leader until-roles are clearly defined and all will be well: ... ......... -!Ja.. -., .,. CANCER (June 22-July 22) New flirtations may be controver sial and distracting. Many Cancerians will experience several days of i!ltense sensuality and renewed romantic interest. Opt for ethical; k>ng-term commitments, if pos sible, and expect social or family politics to be highly demanding. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). For rnany Leos repeated love affairs and vivid physical attraction are accented Pay special attention to returning colleagues or friends from the past. Romantic invitations and social overtures will be emotionally rewarding but short-lived. Remain cautious. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Business and financial decisions will require lengthy discussion. A close friend or relative may present an unexpected legal problem, business proposal or workplace challenge. Carefully study missed payments and ask for full details; bosses and managers will insist on the accuracy of facts, figures and estimates. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Physical vitality will increase. Watch for a powerful wave of romantic awareness, fitness and social interest to arrive. For many Librans, several months of family disil lusionment or stalled intimacy will end. Use this time to clearly define the emotional obligations of loved ones SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). A friend or work mate may pur posely offer a vague description of past promises or events. Social alliances and group key issues. Don't rely on others for important information; yo1.,1r OWJ1 instincts will provide the nec essary wisdom. Someone dose may require complex business or financial advice. ., SAGITTARIUS (Nov: 23-Dec. 21). A long-term friendship may begin to fade. Changing lifestyles, new social outlets or unresolved romantic triangles may be contributing factors. Unproductive relationships will provide obvious clues and emotion al hints. Go slow. A deep wave of Intuition, family sensitivity and romantic insight arrives. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Social timingand family change are vital to the success of long-term relationships. After a period of silence, friends or close relatives will benefit from public discussion. Address underlying feelings but avoid difficult deci sions. Empathy will move relationships forward. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Honesty in family discussions will work to your advantage. Repeated social mistakes or differ ences between siblings may require active intervention. Don't be shy. Loved ones and close relatives will follow your advice and study your actions for guidance. PISCES (Feb. 2G-March 20). Money negotiations, home plan ning and practical decisions will require careful scrutiny Records, past obligations or paperwork may prove important. Study owner ship docu ments, time allotments and detailed schedules for valuable clues. ARIES (March 21-Aprll20). Family acceptance and social sup port will increase. Areas affected are workplace decisions, missed home opportunities or canceled plans. Loved ones will appreciate your strict Schedule or dally obligations. Past misgivings need to fade; respond with complimentS and affection. : Coming: Phyllis' results in tragic consequences. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. The Departed, Warner Bros., R 2. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, 20th Century Fox,R 3. Stranger Than Fiction, Sony Pictures, PG-13 4. The Prestige, Warner Bros., PG-13 5. Babel, Paramount Van tage, United International Pictures, R 6. Flags of Our Fathers, DreamWorks, R 7. Let s Go to Prison, Carsey-Werner Distribution, Strike Entertainment, R 8. Man of the Year, Universal Pictures, PG-13 ......, 9. The Guardian Buena Visa Pictures, PG-13 10. A Good Year, 20th Cen tury Fox, PG-1_ 3 TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Greatest Hits, The No : torl ous B.I.G., Bad Boy 2. Daughtry, Daughtry, RCA 3 .. Neon Bible, Arcade Fire, Merge -4. Konvlcted; Akon, Konvlct!Upfront!SRC/Unlversal Motown 5. Greate8t Hits, Gary Allen, MCA Nashville 6. Not Too Late, Norah Jones, Blue Note 7. Five Score And Seven Years Ago, Rellent K, Gotee 8. Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island 9. The Evolution of Robin Thlcke, Robin Thlcke, Star Trak 10. MTV Unplugged, Korn, VIrgin TOP POP SINGLES 1. Glamorous, Fergie, featur Ing Ludacrla, wlll.l.amiA&M 2. This Ia Why I'm Hot, Mime, Capitol 3. Don't Matter, Akon, Kon vlct/Upfront/SRC 4. Cupid's Chokehold, Gym Class Heroes, featuring Patrick Stump, Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic 5. The Sweet Escape, Gwen Stefani, featuring Akon, lnterscope 6. It's Not Over,-Daughtry, RCA .., 7. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race, Fall Out Boy, Fueled By Ramen/Island 8. What Goes Around Comes Around, Justin nmbertake. Jive 9. Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, RCA 10. Say It Right, Nelly Furtado, Mosley Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. Luvanmusiq ................................................... : .... Musiq Soulchild 2. Street Love ............. ; ............ Lioyd 3. Rich Boy .......................................... ............................... Rich Boy 4. Ridin High ............... : ............................................ : ... 8Ball & MJG 5. Konvicted ...................................................................... ; .. Akon 6. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............ .... ......... ...... RobinThicke 7. Greatest Hits ................................... ....... ..... The Notorious B.I.G. B In My Songs .............. .. ....... : .... ... ........ ................ ... Gerald Levert 9. FutureSex/LoveSounds .................................. Justin Timberlake 10. Back To Black ............ ; ............ .................. : ...... Amy Winehouse 11. The ... ......... ; ...................... Young Jeezy 12. Corrine Bailey Rae ...................................... Corrine Bailey Rae 13. Last Night Speciai ... ............................... Pretty Ricky 14. Hlp Hop Is Dead .................................................................... Nas 15. Clara: The Evolution ................................................ : Ciara 16. Like Father, Like Son .............................. Birdman & Lil Wayne 17. B'Day .......... .................................................................. Beyonce 18. Soundtrack ........................... Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls 19. Fantasia .... :.: ... .. .............................. : ............. : .Fantasia 20. Reflections (A Retrospecthie) .... : .. ............... .... ... MaryJ. Bilge Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Lost Without U .... ; .............................. ................ Robin Thicke 2. Buddy .................................................................. Musiq Soulchlld 3. This Is Why I'm Hot : .......................................................... Mims 4. You .................. .- ........................ Lioyd Featuring Lil' Wayne 5. I'm A Fllrt ......... Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and TPaln 6. Ice Box : 4! :omarlon 7 Poppln' ........................................ Brown Featuring Jay Biz 8. last Night ..................................... Diddy Featuring l(eyshla Cole 9. Throw Some D's Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 10. Go Getta................................. 'lg Jeezy Featuring R. Kelly 11. Promlse ........... y ............................................ .................. 12. Rock Yo Hlps ......... Crlme Mob Featuring Ul Scrappy 13. Please Don't Go ............................................ ..................... Tank 14. 2 Step .............. .......... --Unk 15. On The Hotllne ---............ ... -... Pretty Ricky 16. Don't Matter ----.. -: ... Akon 17. And I Am Telling You I'm Not Golng ............ ..Jennifer Hudson 18. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappln') ......... T-Pain Featuring .. Yung Joe '-. 19 .. Llka A Boy ............................... .................................... Clara 20.1st Tlme Yung Joe Featuring Marques Houston & Trey Songz ... Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Albums 1. Rich Boy .......................................................................... Rich Boy 2. Rldln Hlgh ..................... : ............................................ 8Ball & MJG 3. Greatest Hits ........ ... ::. ................................. The Notorious B.I.G. 4. The lnaplratlon .............................. .......... ; Young Jeezy 5. Last Night Speclai ... ; .................................................. 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. '. / LOCALCOLUMN ., :c c 348-1175, by April12, 2007 bring people of color to the ski Wright. slopes. People are encouraged 3: An Old English Tea Tea and crumpets, anyone? Perhaps a spot of datebread, cream cheese or scones? Dainty porcelain teacups and saucers, fancy china teapots, pristine white linen doilies and elegant lace tablecloths lent an air of the British countryside to the pro ceedings when The Ola Mae Gonzalez and Fannie Mae Johnson Stewardess Boards of Mount Olive AME Church presented their Third Annual Old English Tea on Saturday, March 24, 2007. The affair took place at The Allen F Little Fellowship Hall, located at 1747 W LaSalle Street. Ms. Andrea Eachus served as Mistress of Ceremony for the occasion.. Mrs. Beverley Brown prayed the invocation and blessed the food. Mrs. Carol Brinkley expressed words of welcome. Mrs. Veda Landers, Ms. Alexis Landers and Mrs. Gay Williams rendered a musical selection, and Mrs. Ouida Hilton recited a poem. A chat and chew period of Christian fellowship followed The chairpersons, Ms. 'I'erri to join the ski clubs as a Condolences )> forum for athletes of all abili Deepest sympathy to Mrs. :C Happy Birthday -Late March/April Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! Mia Scandrett, Alice Edwards, Karawn Garvin and Cisco Taylor on March 31; Karen Dorsey and Derek Bell on April 1, ... :: .... : :-: .: :: : .. Wayne and Dora Dixon, as you celebrate 40 years of mar riage! ties, from beginners to racers, Deloris E. Lewis, Mrs. Q to enjoy entertainment, cama-Gwendolyn R. Lewis and raderie, and competition with Mrs. Glynis Alexander others in the community. The West in the loss of your moth N community supports the iden er and grandmother, Mrs. tification development, and Ruth B. Lewis. ._ support of athletes of color who will win international Deepest symp.athy Mrs. Patricia Evans and Diamonds & Pearls Celebrate with Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., at their 60th Anniversary Celebration-Weekend, on April 13-15, 2007. After 60 years of dedication to commu nity service, Tampa Alumnae will reflect upon its legacy, rejoice in the present' and set standards for the future. The theme is: "Diamonds and Pearls A Renaissance of Yesterday, Today and All events will take place at the Florida Center and Botanical Gardens on the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. For tickets and additional winter sports competitions Leora Lester Hepburn and representing the United Family, Dr. Carolyn States. (Norris) Collins and Family, Nestled.7,000 feet up in Mr. Malcolm Anthony .the Colorado Rockies, (Angel) Hepburn and Steamboat, Colorado is one of Family, Mr. Mark Hepburn North America's largest ski and Family, Mrs. Debra mountains. Steamboat pro-Hepburn and vided an ideal locale for a Family, Mr. Matthew recent National Brotherhood (Carolyn) Hepburn and ofSkiers event held.from Family, Mr. Henry F. February 24th through March (Mary) Hepburn, Jr. and 3rd, 2007. Several local per Family, Florence S.C., Mr. sonalities were on hand to Harold (Margaret) enjoy eight days of skiing, Hepburn and ;Family, of snowboarding, parties and Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Martha fun. Spotted at the slopes: Hepburn Cail and Family, Berlynn and Crystal and Mrs. Camille Hepburn Hargrett, Atty. Warren Williams arid Family, in the Dawson, Ray and Da'Rel loss of their loved one, Mr. Sherilyn Martin on April 2, Benny Favors on April 6, Ellis Walker, Jr., Tomika Bennett and Jacqui DeJesus on ,April 7, Winifred Whigham and JeMary Graveley on April 8, Sha.wanda Spencer, Demetrius Simpson and Christopher E. DeLaughter on April 9, Gwendolyn Baker, Joyce Hopkins, Torre Brown and Marcel Chaney on April 10, Michael Griffin, Jr. on April 11, Donovan BrowJl on April 12, Andrew Whigham III on April 15, Demetrius Jones on April 16, William Grave ley on April 17, Helen Dorsey and Amber Davis on April 18, Laverne Mack and Tina Hayes on April 19, David Jones on April 20, Bridget DeLaughter on April 21, Jimmy Jiggetts on information about Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration Weekend, call (813) 684-1302, or visit their website: deltasieinatheta.org/Anniuersary. Dr. Marian Lauria-Davis is President. Campbell, Joan Dawson Howard Hepburn. and Doris, Lisa and Sherry Be not dismayed whatever ;!! Campbell. Way to have fun, betides ,God will take care of 0 group! you. Our prayers go out to :C each of you. Miller and Mrs. Geraldine. Thinking Of You Gandy, made closing Gladys Allen, Nettie Thought For The Week: April 22, Carol Stewart on April 23, Jessica Blue and Noah Keaton on April. 24, Alicia Owens on April 25, Makaylah Latson on April 26, Marylyn Hall on April 27 : Sandra Norman on April 29 and Robert Gilchrist on April30. remarks. Mrs. Beverley Brown, Mattie Bull, Brown gave final remarks. Gwendolyn Dottin, Rosa Mrs. Mazola Cowen is' Duhart, Patricia Evans, Senior Awards Luncheon President of the Ola Mae Benny Favors, Rosa The 2nd Annual Loretta Gonzalez'Stewardess Board Fowler, Magnolia Green, Ingraham & Rey Park Senior and Mrs. Lutherine Ward is '1f there is an institution that should relate to people who haue a terrible disease who are stigmatized, who need help, it should be the church Mittie Hayes, Betty Awards Luncheon has been President of the Fannie Mae Bishop planned for April 19, 2007 Johnson Stewardess Board. Johnson, David & Eddie Horace E. Smith, M .D. of Jesus Christ." 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SCHOOL COLUMN THE HI UE AT HOWARD W BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL By CLARENCE JONES What's real Jackets? Welcome back to the return of the Hive at Howard W. Blake, with senior Clarence Jones. This is your Talent Show Edition and this is the buzz. Now,. let's see what's been happening behind the walls in the Hive. Rest In Peace Torrie McDuffie Over the Spring Break holidays, H.W.B. lost a beloved student, sophomore Torrie McDuffie. The students, faculty and staff at Blake send our condolences to the McDuffie family during their time of grief. Students, please plan to come out and show your respect at his homegoing celebration. For details, see the funeral notice in The Florida Sentinel. Jacket Buzz Blake would like to welcome Mr. Jesse Salters to the AP staff of Student Affairs. Also, students, the tardies and disruptive behavior have gone done! Continue reporting to class on -time, and strive for the best. Again, welcome to Blake Student Affairs, Mr. Jesse Salters and Mrs. Trisha Fitzgerald. Congratulations to Christian Pennington, H.W.B.s 2007-2008 Yearbook Editor-in-Chief. Continue to keep up the pride and spirit. If you would like to join the year book staff, applications are still being accepted in C2352. Please see Mrs. Johnson. F.Y.I. students, there is no school on Friday, April 6th and Monday, April 9th! Students will return April lOth! Upcoming events: 412-6 Writing Reassessment Grades 11 and 12; 414 -Report Card Distributed; 415 Honor Society Meeting; and 4/6-9-No school. Blake Stars of the Future Blake "Stars of the Future" Talent showcase will be held tonight March 30. Tickets can be purchased tbe for $6 bucks! Don't forget this is the show your friends ad you don't want to miss! Local artist G.I. will be performing his hit sin gle "Bout Me. Also, Tango is the Master of Ceremony! See you there! Special shout out to: Mrs. Tramel, DECA members and staff, G.I. and Tango. Performing Arts Buzz A night of jazz will be held_at Blake on April 3rd, kicking off at 7 p. m. in the Don Thompson Theater. Tickets can be purchased at the Blake Box office. For more info, contact David Rosa, Director of Bands at (813) 272-3422, ext. 821. Special shout out to: James Crumbly, Eric Darius, Leon Anderson, Jose Valentino, Thomas Zieglhofer, and Blake Jazz Ensemble and Combo. The Sting Darice Team will be holding their 2007-2008 auditions April 2-5, from 3:306 p. m. in the Blake gym. For more info, visit the Band room or pick up a flyer in the main office. Upcoming events: 3131 Camelot Renaissance Festival at Rampello Middle School, 412-6 -Sting Dance Tryouts, 413 -Jazz Concerts. Senior Class Buzz Attention seniors and under classmen,' if you are interested in dancing in the Senior Showcase 2007 ,. come and audi tion today March 30. The audition open to anyone and will start at 3 p. m. This is the last dance show in 2007 and will be a incredible show! The auditions will take place in the dance hall in the C Building. Prom and Grad Bash tickets are now on sale. Also, nomina ti9ns for Prom will end today! Students, don't forget to nominate me, Clarence Jones as your next Prom King 2007. For more information, please see Mr. Wolford, Class Sponsor or Jasmine Davis, Class President. Upcoming events: 4121 Grad Bash; 4128 -Prom. Deadline For Magnet/School choice Applications The "deadline to submit Hillsborough Choice applica tions for magnet programs and School Choice is Friday, March 30, 2007. Under Hillsborough Choice, students can apply for a magnet school or another school with available space within Hillsborough County. A student who wishes to remain at their current magnet or choice school, or prefers to attend their attendance area school, does not \ need to complete an applica: tion. School choice is available for students entering kindergarten through 11th grade. Magnet schools are available for students entering first through 12th grades Applications are available at bttp:l/www.sdhc.kl2.tl.tis/choice.or www.sdhc.kl2-.fl.us/choice. Parents can call the Choice Information Line at (813) 272-4692 for answers to their questions. a! c Sports Buzz The Winter Sports Banquet was held in the Hive last week. Congrats to all the Winter Sports athlefes and coaches. A Final Farewell Diamond Man, Students from Central Park Blue, K-9, Ross, Lurk. G.I., 3: Any female athletes that are interested in playing softball, please meet with Coach Sykes in B121. Village have started the relo-Shanay, Ashley Foxe, > cation process and will be Autumn, Shad, Am, :a departing the Hive at the con-Keonna, Willie Hopps, elusion of this school year. The Duck Man, Dee Dee, Tank, w students of HWB will be host-p Roni, Imoni, Junior, ing a farewell block party at 1\) Congrats to Theo Anderson, being listed as Honorable Mention for the All County Wrestling Team! wa y to go Theo! the Perry Harvey Park located Lero.y, Makilah, in Central Park this Sunday, Nlklta, O.T., Picture Man, ......, April 1st, kicking off at 5 p. m. 1 C., Drea, Keda, Dee, Also, Clarence "B.J." Nuk, Theo, Amp P., Jones will be hosting a Aubreyannha, Mrs. Gilliam, Farewell Party for Torrie Mrs. Haynes and to the class McDuffie. Please come out of2007. Upcoming events: 3130 -SIB vs. Plant at Blake, 3131 -SIB vs. Brandon at Blake, 412 -GIFF vs. Robinson at Blake, 413 -BIG Track vs. HHS, PHS, JHS at Jefferson, 415 BIG Tennis vs. Riverview B. at home I G -Riverview, G/FF vs. Hillsborough at HHS. and continue to show your Jackets, that's all from the support. 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Gabbi ng vvith Gloria Coast of Mississippi, Biloxi, is a retired school teacher of 21 years. She taught high school and junior high school English, but was called out of that arena to prepare for the ministry. She is presently serving on the ministerial staff of Jerusalem. She has Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday wishes to the celebrants for this month of March. Christ Community Christian Church Walter K. Laidler, pastor, and members send birthday wishes to: Robin Wallace, Christa Laidler, Walter Smith, Sr., Joe McRae, Eloise Armstrong, Cassandra Robinson, .Karlyne -Robinson and Hazel Gray. Hurst Chapel's, Winter Haven Larry Tillman, Moses Nearly, Betty Owens,. Marvin Bryant, Tom Sanders, Jr., Patrick'Ivey, Clara Mae Reed, Linda Drayton, Ellie Bliie and Gloria Hamilton are celebrating> their naial days this_ month. Get Well Get well wishes to' the following sick and-shut ins: Mrs. Carrie Bell Jones, Sister Janice Cailoway, Webster Ave., who recently. returned home after a brief stay in Alabama with family members. She and Dea. Albert Calloway decided that Alabama is. lovely, but home is where the heart is, that is! Also to Mrs. Betty Moore, Barbara Jones. Mulberry Ch_urch To Host Women's Conference Jerusalem M. B. Church of Mulberry, where Dr. Hill serves as pastor, will host a Women's Conference in the spring of this year. "Women Walking in Excellence" is scheduled for Thursday, April26, 2007, through Sunday, April 29, 2007. Group will include the aged, young adults, and teens. Groups will meet simultaneously from 6-7:45 p. m. followed by a sermon each night at 8 p.m. Noted themes for the conference will be ."Women Walking In Excellence For Ministry" on Thursday. "Having a Forgiving Spirit" on Friday -"How to Build Your Home with Your Hands 1209 Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 done graduate work at the University of Mobile School of Religion where she had an opportunity to tour the Holy Land. on 'Saturday" and "The Woman: A Life Consecrated For Service," climaxes the conference the Sunday, fol-lowed by a Comm-Attention! 'A Judge union/Consecration Service. Is Coming' Keynote speakers and facil-Yes, Justice (retired) itators for the conference will Charles Z. Smith, from the b Dr Dal H C Dr Washington State Supreme e e oney, Karen D. Taylor, Dr. Court, Olympia, Washington, Michefene McFarland, will be the speaker at the 14th Annual Edward W. Minister Bobbie Hays, and Murray Scholarship Mrs. Brenda Kearse, Banquet, on June 2, 2007, at Dr. Conoway authors 7 p. m. in the Simpson Park "Sex is a Spiritual Act and Community Center. He was "Sex and the Bible." He is born in Lakeland in 1927 president arid founder of and attended Washington "Sword of the Spirit Park High School through Ministries and CEO of the 9th grade before leaving Purity Press Publishers. Dr. Lakeland to complete his Conoway has devoted more high school education elsethan 21 years researching where. He holds a Bachelor biblical sexuality. He and his of Science degree from wife, Carla reside in Temple University, Atlanta, Georgia, where they Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are member of New Birth (1952) and a Juris Doctor _Missionary Baptist Church, degree from the University of where Bishop Eddie Long Washington School of Law, 'is pastor Seattle (1955). He is a gradu-Dr. Karen D. Taylor is 'ate of the National Judicial the Shepherdess andfounder College, University of .of Sabbath Days Journey Nevada, Rena (1968); and Christian Center and also the Naval Justice School, CEO and founder of Karen Newport, Rhode Island D. Taylor International (1973). He retired November Ministries of Dallas, TX. Dr. 1986 from the United States Taylor. has expounded the Marine Corps Reserve with Word of God over 18 years. the rank of Lieutenant She has traveled throughout Colonel. He had prior active the United States ap.d inter-service in the United States nationally to Great Britain, Army (1945-46). Please join Canada and ihe West Indies. the Washington ParkShe was lead vocalist for the /Rochelle-High Schools Gr-ammy nominated CD, Alumni Association, Inc., the_ "The Storm is Over, singing sponsor of this evening of wholesome fellowship, to "Truth and Obey" for Bishop honor scholarship awardees T. D. Jakes and The frf)m the public high schools Potter's House of Dallas, in Lakeland. Dress is semi-TX. formal. To obtain a Dr. Michelene McFar-please call. (863) 687-8871, land of Abundant Harvest 680-2099, 686-7628, 682-Church in Altadena, CA, is a 6736, 686-5688, 858-7552, motivational and inspira-688-6333, or 688-2100. tiona} speaker with a GodOfficers and members of given ability to bring women the Washington Park I into a saving knowledge of Rochelle High School Alumni God. She encourages them to Association, Inc. : Freddie C. stay in the Word Austin, Dorothy Harris-Mrs. Brenda Kearse of Robinson, Dorothy MillieTampa, is Senior Director of Moore"-Lena. Smith-. Middle Schools for the Polk Pickett, Beverly BrooksCounty School Board. She is Boatwright, Barbara a motivator to the young as Strong-Holman, Betty well as--the aged. She attends Grays, Eugene Williams, St.-Mary M. B.' Church Bernice Smith-Smith. where Rev Wallace z. Bowers serves as pastor. She says her purpose in life is to make a difference and to be a blessing to others. Minister Bobbie Hays, a former resident of the Gulf Gloria's Things & Other Things Whether a man really loves God can be determined by the love he bears his fellow m en. ., XI 6 }< 3: )> XI 0 ::t w ANewTeami ILENE MAULTSBY, VIFSI'A SKIPPER and CARTIS THOMAS Life Skills Centers of Polk multiple Life Skills County continues to promote excellence py educating, innovating, loving and inspiring their students and employees. The success of the school is due to the teaching staff, support staff, and administrative team. Congratulations to Viesta Skipper on her new role as Regional Director, Florida Schools. In this position, she will manage the progress of Centers. Also, congratulations to Curtis Thomas as he takes on his new role as Administrator of the school, currently serving 412 students. Finally, congratulations to Dene Maultsby for her new role as Assistant Administrator. There is much to look forward to, as they lead the team iii taking Life Skills Centers of Polk County to new heights. Birthday Celebration For A Grand Lady Octogenarian Mary Holt half years before his passing Bunch will be honored in 1999. Mrs. Bunch has Saturday April 7, 2007 at 7 P. been dedicated to her commum. at Coleman Bush. nity serving on numerous Building Lakeland. church boards, organizations Mrs. Bunch's birthday is and civic and social clubs. Sunday, April .8, 2007; During her 39 years as an Everyone is invited to share educator, she taught English in the celebratory event of and French, and later Mrs. Bunch's 88th Birthday Reading. She is proud to have Celebration on Saturday! touched the lives of many stu-., r-0 XI (/) m z z m r.m c: r rm -f z c: aJ r-c;; ::t m c m < m -f c: m 0 i ;;c: )> z c Many" former students, dents, as well as youth in the selective sons Reginald church. Donald Williams, Davenport (Stevelena) of Sr., one of her first students Atlanta, GA, and Delray while at Richardson High Beach, Dr. Leroy Polite School in Lake City, will be (Helen) of Jacksonville, the Master of Ceremonies. William Flowies, Hugh Our of her favorite quotes is 5 Stanford, Winfrey Smith, "Give the world your best and Sr. (Bernice), all of the best shall return to you. Lakeland, and their families, She has requested no per goddaughters, Lisa Spears of sonal gifts -instead you may Carrboro, North Carolina, bring non-perishable canned and Jacqueline Washing-goods and other staples for ton of Fieldsboro, NJ, adopt-donation to the Salvation ed daughters, Juanita Army. Brown and Mentee Doris The celebration organizer Moore Bailey, both of and steering committee chairLakeland, church family of man is neighbor and former Greater St. Paul Institutional students, Dr. N. E. Roberts. M. B. Church, Rev. N E. Other steering committee Sanders, Pastor and wife, membersare Doris Moore Mrs. Betty Sanders, sisters Bailey; Juanita Slater of Delta Sigma Theta Brown, Reginald Sorority, Inc. as well was Davenport, Annette Dunn, other close relatives, adopted Emie lvey, Jack and JeilD families, love d ones and Johnson, Margaret friends will together to Palmore, Dr. Leroy Polite, honor Mrs. Bunch. Winfrey Smith, Sr. and Mary Holt Bunch is a pil-Donald Williams, Sr. lar in the Lakeland communiFor additional information ty, a retired educator and you may contact Dr. N. E. philanthropist. She was mar-Roberts at (863) 686-7454 or ried to William 0. Bunch, Doris Moore Bailey at (863) DDS, for fifty seven-and-a-816-8624:


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f Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00 a.m., April 20, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master' at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF,;THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning thes e requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. REQUESTS These petitions will be heard at 9:00 a.m.: Petit ion VAR 07-0449-TNC Eduardo R. Linfernal is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements and rear yard coverage for property located at 6025 W. Idlewild Ave zoned RSC-9. P-etition VAR 07-0520-TNC Ronald & Heather Dial are requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6739 Twelve Oaks Blvd., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 07-0551-CW, ANKI Enterprises is requesting a Variance to allow a PO request for lot less than two for property at 12208 N Florida Ave., zoned CG. -. Petition VAR 07-0567-TNC, Jose R. & Elsa M Perez are requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located 6310 W. Clifton St., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 07-0573-TNC Candido & Irma Fernandez are requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 6008 W. North St., zoned RSC-9. Petit ion VAR 07-0579-CW, Gerald Crnkovich is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 1904 Teepee Dr zoned RSC-2. Petition VAR 07-0580-RV Nor(Tia Torres is requesting a Variance to accessory dwelling requirements for Ct., zoned .. ";" ..... Petition VAR 07-0594-SFN 2W Properties LLC is requesting a Variance to allow an easement in the Urban Service Area and to include easement in lot si:z:e calculation for property located at 11008 Lehman Rd zoned AS-1 Petit ion VAR 07-0668-TNC, George F Salermo Is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 6014 W Paris St., zoned RSC-9 .. Petition VAR 07-0679-TNC, Brenda L.. Kelchner is requesting a Var ia nce to setback requirements for property located 6405 Southern Comfort Blvd., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0680-ER, Jorge Salmeron is requesting a Var iance to setback requirements for property located at 5645 W.O Griffin Rd zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 07-0681-NWH, Henderson Contra cting, Inc is requesting a Variance to wetland setback requirements for property located at 8105 Bay Dr. zoned RSC-4 & AR. Petition VAR 07:-0699-LU, William W & E. Diana Hottinger are requesting a Variance to setback requirements on a corner lot for property located at 19202 Blount Rd zoned RSC-4. Petition VAR o7-0720 PR, Luis 0. Gomez is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 710 2 Causeway Blvd., zoned CG J Petition VAR 07-0721-LU, Jerald C. Landkammer is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 18622 Hanna Rd., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 07-0723-EL : Gabriel Homes, In c is requesting a Variance to setback requirements fo r property iocated at 6701 E. 19th Ave zone d RDC -12 P e t it ion VAR 07 0729 BR, Brandon Shopping Center Partners Ltd is r e qu e sting a Sign Variance for property lo cated at Brandon Town Center, zoned PD -MU. I Petition VAR 07 0730-ER, Richard L. & Teresa A Gonzalez are requesting a Variance to allow an accessory structure on a non-conforming lot and to ihe side setback for accessory structure for property located at 1309 Vinewood Dr., zoned AR. Petition VAR 07-0741 -ER, Steven D Adams is requesting a V ariance to the e asementlflag lot r e quir e ments for prop ert y lo cated at 11126 Tut en Loop zoned AS1 Petition VAR 070742-BR, J ill Strumpf is requesting a Vari ance from S .R. 60 overlay district and park i ng requirement s for property located at S/S of S .R. 60, 200' E/0 Kings Ave zoned PD Petition VAR 07 0745 BA, Glen M & Gloria J Bogue are requesting a Variance to accessory dwelling r e quirements for lo cated at 11542 Sumner Rd., zo n ed AR Petition VAR 07 0746-US F M. Ali lranman esh is r e questing a V ariance to setb a ck requirements for prop e rty l ocated at 12102 N. 6oth St., zoned RMC-16 Petition VAR 07 0747 USF, Andy Drotleff is r e qu es ting a Variance to fencing requirements for property located 12208 Riverhills Or,, zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 07 0748 -KO, Michael'& Kelly M a l atin are requesting a Variance to f e n c ing requirements for property l ocated 17201 Breeders Cup Dr zoned PD. Petition VAR 07-0750-RU, Stewart Smith -Alto Construction Co., Inc i s requesting a V a ri a n c e to th e buffe ring/screening r equirements for property located at 5960 J e n se n Rd. zoned M. ............. .. 0. .. Notice of Public Hearing April 20, 2007 Continued Petition VAR 07-0751-KO, Jorge Yepes is Tequesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 13211 Maple St., zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-0753-EGL, Ross & Josephine Calleja are request i ng a Variance to lot width requirements for property located at 2713 W. Sitka St. zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0761-TH : Linda Young Reffit is requesting Variances to front setback and wetland setback requirements for property located at 11702 Thonotosassa Rd. zoned AR Petition VAR 07-0762-EGL, Hamilton Engineering & Inc. is requesting a Variance to allow a flag lot in the Urban Service Area for property located at 4309 W Humphrey St., zon8d RSC-9. Petition VAR 07-0768-CW Elder Land Development of Tampa Bay, LLC is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 320 E. Fletcher Ave zoned CG. Pet i tion VAR 07-0769-VR Leighann Bennett is requesting Variances to allow a flag lot i n an Urban Service Area and to allow lot to be included in lot size calculations for property located at 2401 Crosby Rd., zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-0770-TH, Willie McMillan is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at SW comer of E 1 13th Ave. & Walker Rd., zoned AR. Petition VAR 07-0771-TNC, Sylvia Hernandez is requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at_ 6012 W Paris St., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 07 0774-SFN, Jerry Hujar is request in g a Variance to allow a PO request for lot less than two acres for property located at 3700 Valley Tree Dr zoned AR : Petition VAR 07-0n5-BLD, Jeffrey & Anne Ward are requesting a Variance to fencing requirements for property located at 2518 Centennial Falcon Dr zoned PD-MU. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS These petitions will be heard at 1 : 30 p.m. : Petition SU 07-0523-RV {AB), filed on 1/12/2007 by MTN Boyette Partners LLC, represented by Pressman & Associates ; Inc. of 2887 0 U.S. Hwy 19 N #300, Clearwater, FL 33761, ph 727-726 8683, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-RX-Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. Presently zoned PO (88-237), located in all or parts of. Section 23 Township 30 Range 20 160' N/O Boyette Rd., 600' W/0 Bell Shoals Rd. Contains 13 ,993 sq ft :1:. Petition SU 07 0524 RV {AB), filed on 1/12/2007 by MTN Boyette Partners LLC represented by Pressman & Associates, Inc. of 28870 U S Hwy. 19 N., #300 Clearwater FL 33761, ph 727 726-8683, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-RX-Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. Presently zoned PD-C (88-237) located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 30 Range 20, 160' N/Q Boyette Rd 500' W/0 Bell Shoals Rd. Contains 13,993 sq ft. :1:. Petition SU 07 0589 TH, filed on 2/2/2007 by David W Caldwell of 10919 M i s tl e to e Dr Thonotosassa F L 33592, ph 813-390 7043, r e questing a Special Use for Community Residential Home Presently zoned ASC-1, locat ed in all or parts of Section 10, 11 Township 28 Range 20, property locat ed at 10919 Mistletoe Dr Contain$ 4 1 acres. 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.... c c N Q C'? :I: NOTICE OF lANDMARK DESIGNATION RECOMMENDATION c( :1: The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will hold a public >!' hearil"!g regarding the Historic landmark Designation of the following property: iX u. Llmona Improvement Association (Brandon Lions Club) ..J w z t= z w U) C ii: o ..J u. 610 Limona Road Brandon, Florida This public hearing will be held on April 24, 2007, at County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 2nd Floor, BOCC Conference Room, Tampa, Florida. All interested parties are invited to appear at the meeting and be heard in order to provide citizen input to the BOCC with respect to the proposed landmark designation For further information, please contact Elaine Lund, Historic Preservation Planner Planning and Growth Management Department (813) 276-8387 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON MAY 17. 2007 AT 10:00 A.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 3RD FLOOR, CITY HALL, 315 E KENNEDY-. BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PETITION(S) TO PERMIT THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES : FILE NO. WZ07-03 Petition. of Let's Eat South Tampa, Inc. requesting the sale of alcoholic beverages, 2-APS, at 3401 W. Bay to Bay Blvd. (3415 W. Bay to Bay Blvd.) LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A tract of land being part of. Lots 12, 13, and 14, Block 58 of Palma Ceia Park, Plat Book 4, Page 58, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida Commence at the Southeast comer of Lot 14, Block 58 of Palma Ceia Park, Plat Book 4, Page 58 of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, thenCe South 89"57'14" West, along the south line of said Lot 14 and the North riaht of way line of Bay to Bay Blvd a distance of 21. 66 Feet; thence departing said right of way line North 00"39'43" West, a distance of 7 .49 Feet; to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence South 89"20'29" West, a distance of 65.70 Feet; thence North 00"39'43" West, a distance of 3 30 Feet; thence South 89"20'29" West, a distance of 9 .30 Feet; thence South 00"39' 43" East, a distance of 3.30 Feet; thence South 89"20'17" West, a distance of 12 70 Feet; thence North 00"39'43" West, a distance 42.00 Feet; thence South 80"20'29" West, a distance of 5.30 Feet; thence North 00"39'43" West, a distance of 20.00 feet; thence North 89"20'29" East a distance of 44.90 Feet; thence North 00"39'43" West, a distance of 8.1 0 Feet; thence North 89"20'29" East, a distance of 48.1 0 Feet; thence South 00"39'43" East, a distance of 28.80 Feet; thence South West, a distance of 3.40 F:eet; thence South 00"39'43" East, a distance of 12.60 Feet; thence North 89"20'29" East, a distance of 3.40 Feet; thence South 00"39'43" East, a distance of 28 .7 0 Feet; to the POINT OF BEGINNING Containing 5,859 square feet, more or less. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, P ERSONS WITH DISABIL ITIES NE E DING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS M EET ING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS .PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS .,.. CONTACT LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 OR EMAIL: ledwards@flsentlnel.com FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO (813) 248-9218 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON MAY 3. 2007 AT 10:00 P.M. IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 315 E. KENNEDY, THIRD FLOOR, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING REZONING PETITION(S): TO VACATE RIGHTS(S) OF WAY: RESOLUTION NO. 2007-256 fdti.Qn of Fuzzie Buddies, LLC.-C07-03 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The South 5.00 feet of that portion of 2nd Avenue lying North of and abutting the North BOundary of Block 34. Block 33, and that portion of 33rd Street vacated per City of Tampa Ordinance 5n8-A, lying in EL VALLE DE TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 81, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, LESS the East 10 00 feet of said Block 33. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OF THE CITY COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERE DATTHIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR. AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK Established Detail Shop & Used Auto Sales Now Hiring Detailer Great Bonus Earning Potential For Motivated Applicant After 1st 90 Days Call (813) 220-5634 Or (813) 620-0926 Seeking Serious Minded Individuals Who Are Interested In $5,000 Plus Per Month. Must Be Trainable Call (813) 777-1648 Big Ideas. Big OppOrtunities. The Uuinrsity of South Florida is ooe of America's leading oational research imtitwons and the uinth largest lllliversil)' in the oation with campuses throughout the Gruter Tampa Bay We offer a competitive benefits J-kagc; includes medical, dental and life JnsllrliDI:e plans, retnemem plan options, tmtlon prognun, generous leave programs, career ad_uncement and more! ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT (OPS), Child&: Family Studies/DARES-Florida Mental Health Institute. Provide administrative suppolt to Florida's Positive Behavior Suppolt prC!iecl for entering into vario111 packets of materials for trammgs and other project suppolt, compslmg mulings and other projects as directed. REQUIRES : HS diploma; one exp in a paced office setting; computer literate ; exp in dalabase enlly; fluency 1n MS Office Swte programs. Must be prompt. responsible, organized and exhibit good people skills. PREFER kDowledge ofMS Access. 20 brslweekly Salary $9-lllbr. Apply by 4/15/117. ADVISOR/COUNSELOR #1!1100, EnKineerlng Student Services -College or Engineering. Seeking charismatic indivicluat with experience in higher education to become a member of our highly energized student se"ice team. Functions include providing academic adYice and se"ices, uaclring progression of students, and assisting m the denlo,Pment, administration and assessment of largeted retention programs and divemil)' iuiuatin in the USF College of Engineering Be a part of a dyDamic dinrse enYironmenl that generates bold ideas and crelllive solmions. Join us to make a For additional information regarding these positions, candidates should visit: www.usf.edu/Job!l or c:aD the job U!M at (813) 974-2879. USF Is an Equal OppoTtunity/Equal Actsss Uniwtsity OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA 5T PETERSBURG SARASOTA-MANATEE I.J\KELAND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Sea led Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, i n his office until 2:30 PM ON 4117/07 REAL ESTATE TITLE SERVICES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Request for Proposal are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813/274-8351). Dated: 3130/07 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 INVITATION TO BID Pur.suant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 3:00 PM ON 419/07 MISCELLANEOUS LUMBER 3:00 PM ON 4110/07 PORTLAND AND MASONRY CEMENT (BAGS) 3:00 PM ON 4118107 FORD ESCAPE XL T, SPEC. NO. 11.07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351). Invitation for Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 3130/07 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 Childcare -Now Hiring FIT & PIT Teachers For Infants, ... Toddlers And Pre-K. Morning And Afternoon Shifts Available. Call (813) 910-4163 CNA 's/Med-Tech 2+ Years Experience, Must Have Current Certifications In Fi..St Ald/CPR Assistance With Medications Evening Shifts Available Background Check Required Leave Message 813-454-5722


LEGAL SECTION 00020 -INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Webb Middle School HVAC Renovation will be received t;y the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing Third Floor School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM Wednesday, May 2, 2007. (The mailing address is P O Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601 ). Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center There will, be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Monday, April 23, 2007 at 10:00 AM at the school located at 6035 Hanley Road, Tampa, FL 33634 ... IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS Notice To All Bidders: .The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the time. Each Bid must be accompanied by the following : 1 A certified check or bid bond in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, wiH within ten (1 0) calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida, in accordance with the accepted aid, and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of Hillsborough County eqlal to one hundred percent (1 00.) of the Contract amount. 2 Contractor Qualification Statement 3. Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirtY days (30) days after the date set for the opening of the Bids. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar as identified with the bidding documents Bidders may optain a set of the Contract Documents from the office of the Engineer : Mechanical Engineering Solutions 5421 Beaumont Cente r Blvd., Suite 675. Tampa, Florida 33634 (813) 885-9600 Attn: Ryan Mackie The School Board of Hillsborough County reserves right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or best Bidder to waive any informality or irregularity in any Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FAMILY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST JOB QUALIBtCifiONS: c"' Enrichrrient Center Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university in a human services or.related disCipline and 2 years relevant experience. 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Louisiana Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Is Now Hiring Experienced Child Care Providers Must Have Child Care Credentials Please Call 813-239-2111 813-234-4200 Or Come In And Fill Out An Application YOUTH COUNSELOR Tampa Housing Authority Applicant must possess the ability to participate as a group leader and facilitate group interaction sessions. Maintain liaison with parents and/or guardians to coordinate United Way Summer Grant objectives. Ability to prepare reports, plan and organize work assignments, and coordinate daily program activities Other related duties as assigned by the Program Management. High school diploma or GED required with excellent interpersonal skills, keen sense of organization and ability to work successfully with youths, prior experience in worki. ng with youth, and/or some college or degree preferred. Drug Free Environment/EEOC Deadline: Monday, .Aprll 9, 2007 By 5:00P.M. Fax resumes to 813-258-1052 Or Email careers@thafl.com PROJECT MANAGER \ Tampa Housing Authority Plan develop and manage large scale multi-family residential and/ or mixed use development projects from design phase through certificate of occupancy Prepare scope of work, specifications and cost estimates. Solicit and review proposals/bids for construction projects. Conduct field i n spections, manage budgets, and coordinate work with existit:Jg programs. Ensure compliance with specifications, federal, state, and local building Bachelor's degree i n engineering, architecture, construction or related field, P lus three years of relative and consistent experience in construction is a must. Drug Free Deadline: Monday, April9, 2007 At 5:00P.M. Fax resumes to 813-258-1052 Or Email careers@thafl.com Great Benefits, Competitive Salary NO WEEKENDS, NIGHTS OR HOLIDAYS The Hillsborough Cou nty Health Department is seeking Senior RegistE!red Nurse to work at University Health Center in North Tampa (64054463). If you are in meeting the challenge of promoting our community's health we want you on our team! The ideal candidate must be self directed and motivated, with outpatient clinical experience in a service oriented environment focused on women and chil dren's health Additional skills in lab and immunizations pre ferred Bilingual in Spanish a plus. In the event of an emer gency, employees may be required to perform emergency operations functions. Must be willing to work during/beyond normal work hours/days in any shelt er, and/or assisting with reco' very efforts at other county health departments. 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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 related exper i ence and a sincere interest in child r en. We offer excellent' health "'T1 c }< 3: > ;;:a n ::z: w 0 N 0 0 ..... "'T1 r 0 ;;:a c > C/) m z :::! z m Dl :c: r r m :::! z "'D c: m ,-Cii :I: : m 0 m < m -t c: m C/) 0 > z c "'T1 c benefits and 401(k) plan Apply At: 8052 N 56th St,. Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 Or Mall To: P O. Box 9451, Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer


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