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62 Years In The Tampa Qay Area Suspect Sought In Early Morning Shooting SEE STORY ON PAGE 27 Chief .. Two -... .. ,' ---. .. .. ., -' SEE PAGE 2 t Heart Of East Tampa Offers Summer dobs SEE PAGE 8 Council Elects Miller a> -a> -(0 "' -a> N As Chairperson SEE PAGE 6 Young Father Of 3 Dies Suddenly SEE PAGE 3 CHAIRWOMAN SWORN IN Tampa City Council Members Mayor Pam Iorio were sworn in on Sunday during' a 2 p.m. ceremony at the Tampa Convention Center. A large crowd was on hand to witness the event, where three new members were added to the Council. Retired Judge Perry A. Little, left, swore in all the council Former State Senator, Lesley 'Les' Miller : right, held the Bible for his wife, Councilwoman Gwendolyn Miller. In the Council's first order of business, Mrs. Miller was eiE!cted for the 4th time to serve as Chairperson. (Photograph by Ricky Robert s )


...... 0 0 "' M' ..J a: a. < FEATURES -Tampa Police Makes Two Promotions >' < c CJ) On Monaay afternoon, Tampa Police Chief Stephen 1-Hogue announced two proc t u. o z < c CJ) w :l a: w > w Q w :I: CJ) ,::J m :l a. z i= w ..J ..J :l m z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...1 u. The upper level pro motions will fill vacancies created with the retirement of Assistant Chief Gilbertina Wright last week. .. Chief Hogue promoted Major Mike George to the positi'on of Assistant Chief and Captain H9neywell tO the position of Major. The promotions go into effect immediately.' Chief Hogue said, ... 1 selected these two individuals because I felt both were the ASSISTANT CHIEF MIKE GEORGE MAJOR GERALD HONEYWELL best qualified for the job. My ', decision was based on past trol of Uniform District 1, a Honeywell said, "I am very performance and work vacancy created with the pro honored and humbled by the ethics." motion of Assistant Chief promotion and I'm looking Assistant. Chief Mike George. forward to my new assign-George is a 28-year veteran In addition to working in all ment." the department. For ._ three districts, Major His new assignment will past three he has Honeywell has also gained ; take him back to District One, served in the Mayor's experience working on the an area where he. grew up Quad Squad as well as and attended school. It is also Mentoring Program at West Internal Affairs. an area where he was first Tampa -School. A graduate of Jefferson' assigned as a patrol officer He;s also a big brother to a High. School, Major more than 25 years ago second grader-at the school. Honeywell served 4 years ,Chief Hogue said He will replac' e Assistant with the. U. S. Coast Guard. addit+ional promotions will Chief Wright He is married to_ Judge be made to fill other vac_ancies : He is married to Kathy Charlene Honeywell and created by the retirement; George, and they have one they are parents to Brenton -Reporter Iris B. Holton '!, --can contacted at (813) : ; Gera;Id ---:Wqen contacted by the: .248-1921-.or by e-mail at HoneyweU, wJll assume. conSentin-el/ -Captain irisrevent Blindness Florida staff and volunteers Children : w,illconduct free vision are screened for risk for misscreenings for adults and. aligned eyes a nclrefractive children on three upcoming errors while adults are .dates at neighborhood clinics. screened fo.r risk for The first screening will cataracts, glaucoma, agetake place at the. University related macular degeneration Area Community Clinic, and diabetic retinopathy a's 13601 N. 22ndstreet. The well as refractive errors. screenings will take place on / Those who-, do not pass :the Thursday, April f2tii from 9 risk screen ing are referred to a .m. until 2 p.m. :, / their eye care professional for The second vision screena complete dilated eye examiing will take plac. e .. on nation. Prevent Blindness Tuesday, April 17th, at the Florida luay he ahle to assist Plant City clinic, .302 N. .individuals.who qualif:y lin ;m. Michigan .Avenue. 'l'he dally to obtain free examiltascreenings will take place tions and eyeglasses. from9 a.m until2 p.m. Iri addition, eye vitamin The third and fi-nal free samples and information vision screening for this area about eve safety and health w-ill take place on will be ... -No .. Wednesday, April 18th, a t the appointiuent is necessriry > -. Joyce Ely. Clinic, 205 14th. For additional information Avenue, S. E., in Ruskin The contact' tJennifer11t (8 '1:4) : screenings will take place 874-202, 0 ext: Hl8 or hvhit.' from 9 a .m. until2 p.m. t.ingtontiipreventhlindmssflo 'fhe. screenings will be con-Anyone calling fronJ outducti:!d by nationally certified side of the 'l'ai\tpn 13ay lirca Prevent Blindness Cl'm call 1-800-817-3. VenOria ; -. Signing Copies Of Her First Book enti11ed 'Whatever It Takes I Must Get That Man." The Book Signing Will take Place At Tampa Christian Supply 2908 W. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, Florida April 7, 2007 From 1 P.M. Untll2 P.M. fc.kts, .. l Jr(us'.JW.I WARREN DAWSON ....._ -. ,. cRIMINAL .LA\V ,:" 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. The Hlrlnl 01 A Lawver l slnlmlllrlantDotlslon lllat SholldllltBa Base SeleiV Ullin uvardse111ents. Batore Y11Dac1u, Is The 1awvar11 sand You ffae lnlarmauonAbootTIIetr QoallllcadlnsAnUQierleftce. -------.. -.... ------.... -...... ..._ ......... -----------------------------


FEATURES Educational Training Program -Seeking More Minority BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter An educational training .progr!m with the Hillsborough County School District is seeking to increase their female and minority enrollment, specifically a mong AfricanAmericans. Dr. Cosette Whitmore, DENNIS JONES Tampa's Fire Rescue Chief the school distr1ct's supervisor of Health Science and Public Servic' e Education, says the Firefightin g Emergency Medical Technician. (EMT) Program is actively recruiting African-American and attend the training, and possibly have college ing -at -Hillsborough -Community College (HCC) paid. for by the City of Tampa." : female students. ''We want to get. the word out"to the community. This is a great program,.that these students an opportunity to get involved in a field of public service," said "If the. program _is at a student's --high school, tqey can ..... The Firefighters and EMT Program is currently being heldat Jefferson and Durant High Schools, and started in January of 2006 ... 501 B Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 : ,_ Phone #: (813). The or o lawyor i< .. im;.,rwn decision ond shnu _ld no1 be based solely upon you ssk us to send you free-wrinc:u inf,,nns tion 3bout our qualific ations :111d t:r.perifnce A program is likely to be started at Middleton High School per the request of Dennis Jones, Tampa's Fire Rescue Chief. Dr. Whitmore says that there is a chance that some stu--dents may receive jobs with the City of Tampa Fire Department a:_fter they have completed ing at HCC. has a: sig7 nificant number of students except among these two groups of students," said Dr. Whitmore .-"We want-female students to be aware of this program." For more information on the program, please call (813) 231-1886 ori .);V.l:qnday1 i :A.pril2 ; sor or footbalL coach: o r : ;'::: .. ::;:;: :; ;;:;;;:: ::::=:::::::;:::: :::::;.:;::::::::=::::. '. :-. ..... SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS 1/r:-. \ I : .. '. ... J CONGRATULATIONS 2007 GRADUATES "J :. -t ?; High'school or college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that recognition. r Sol Davis Printing can help make ordering your invitations easy! Oyr lnvitatiO(l includes invitations envelopes name .cards aii,!Qr -ofie" : .. and includes a photo of the gn\duate. A .I I With yo.:.r choice-from seve_ral cc;;ver designs and verses, personalized with you!' your invitations can b e as special as your accomplishments. .. Call orvisit Sol Davis Printing today .... for high quality invitations'.with fast, convenient Of Three Dies BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter A 37-year-old father of three died on Tuesday at a lQcal hospital after suffering an asthma attack. Funeral services for him will be held on Saturday. Ms. Teresa Girdar, (who is the mother of his three chil _dren) said -Mr. Calvin Darrell Sitilmons suffered frC?m ... _Ilfe. : He became ill 'last Sunday and was takeri to St. Joseph's where he was treat. MR. CALVIN DARRELL SIMMONS ed and released. his home Ms. Girdar said Last Tuesday morning, Mr. had numerous contracting Si:nunons began complaining jobs throughout the area. about not being able to "He loved his children, he breathe and passed out. He loved his family; and friends was transported t'o St. and he loved to travel. And he Joseph's Hospital, but medtook pride in h is hair cut and ical attendants were unable his wardrobe," Ms. Girdar to revive hini. said. A Tampa native, "Darrell" Mr. Simmons was the son as he was known attended of Ms. Diann Gainer the public schools of Mitchell_; and Calvin Hillsborough County, Simmons. He .Was the father ating from-Bloomingdale of 2 daughters, ages 15 and 8, High School)n 1989 He con-and son In' additi!lued his tion, he is survi_ved by Ms. -Hillsborough Girdar, 3 sibl ings, and other : College, where he earned h1s relatives and fri-ends. certification as an Electrician, Funeral services for -Mr.' Ms Girdar said Simmons will be held a t After obtaining experience Beulah in'thefield, he bhcarne a n Church on Saturday at 2 p m entxeprena.u.r.-a-ho.ut threeRay Willianrs Fuher-al Home years ago and began operat-is in charge or handling ing Affor dable Solutions froll?-1 arrange ments. : ..._ .. lo > ::: .:: : .... Were You Hurtt .... Need Your Car F".X.dt Need A Good Doctor And Someone Who Will Properw Document Your Casel Need A Aide To The Doctorl Friendly and Courteous Staff M e mbers If You Answ-...ed YES To .Afty Of Th.S. Questions. Then You Need To Cell Me Now "HaVIng Been In several Accidents Mystllt. 1 Know Just What To Do To Get The Results For You"ll Before You Sian Up With Arwone Else, Cell Me. MY s.-nlcu Are FREE And c.,. Help Kp You From Maldna A Costb Mlstakel ., Must be 21 .. ..s of aae. have a credit card & a valid drlvers license. while we do 1rour work: Minimum $1,500.00 Estimate. Provided B1r: COREVs CLASSIC PAINT C. BODY -1 c: m CJ) c l> ""C :a r= .SN 1\) 0


EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 2151 Avenue Tampa Florida 33805 (813) 248 Published Evory Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co, Member o f National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers Inc New York C 1990 CP Timelntemationcil POSTMASTER: Send Addres s Chaoge To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tempe, FL 33601 Periodic-a! Postage Paid At Tampa, Ft W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrewt 190H9n (11145) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EOITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00Per Year Bolh Editions: $87.00Per Year One Edilion Opinions expressed on editorial pages or this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect tNt editorial stance of The Flortda Sentinel But .. tln or the Publisher. A Second Chance For The City And COuntyl ..... 1 ... v .... are in order for newly reelected Pam Iorio as she begi:ris her second term newly installed City of Tampa Council persons Joe Caetano, John Dingfelder, Gwendolyn Miller, Charlie Miranda, Mary Mulhern, Linda SaulSena and Thomas Scott. Though many b:!lieve have predicted that Mayor Iorio's second term. will not be as smooth in terms of her relationship with new City Council members we urge the Mayor and City Council to prove the naysayers wrong. The voters expect their City Council to work cooperatively with the Mayor and the new Hillsborough With the seating of former Council members Rose Ferlita and Kevin White on the Hillsborough County Commission, both Qf whom worked weU'Yith Mayor Iorio and at,'ieast three of: the returning members to City Council, the make up of both elected bodies could well mark the 9 a new day for. this community. We along with the voters look -forward to. an end to the bickering and detente that previously existed between the city and county. Though .faced .with the challenge of tax cuts, we look 'to the Mayor and. City Council to temper groWth and redevelopment with a sensitivity to the elderly citizens-and residents of older neighborhoodssuch as West a.iid East Tampa, to drastically and immediately hicrease the' number of contracts with and utilization businesses, complete street repair and drainage along with the rapid transit rail system and an improved.economy.". .-. We wish all of our' newly installed city officials well :and look forwa.rd tq a _new beginning for the city, co1:1nty our. community. Proudly pass it on! -.' ;. :-: -.Our Veterans: -;America's Shalnel ews reports of the deplorable conditions in. many veteran hospitals"across America should brhig shame to our country's government.:Many voters find it hard to believe that men and women who have put their .lives on the line in service to this country are being treated hi such a shameful mari.neJ;" .. That veterans of our.currerit.war in come back home. to filthy, mold and rat infested hospitals is unforgivable... ) Added 'to the fact there are hearly 200,000 homeless veter_aris every night across America who compete for a place to sleep along. with other less citizens, we are appalled that military bases are closed that.could be used to house homeless veterans. Joining the ranks of the homeless Vietnam and Korean war veterans soon be nearly 1,100 Iraq and Mghanistan veterans. ,. .roo many veterans do not receive long-term counseling and assistance with handling the stress and W trauma of their war experiences. Thus, the problems of drug and alcohol addiction, anger management, a. other psychiatric problems and marital stress take jDemocratlc Party Must study Voting Habltsj (Series) the voting ts of the Black ommunity here 1n Tampa-Hillsborough are of our foremost concern, a closer look will reveal that the white and Hispanic populations, as well, do not go to the polls on election day; And while the effects of such is not as detrimental to them as such is to the average Black person, money must be found to d,o a broad study of voting prac-_ tices in the community, atlarge involving all communi ties One problem that may well have hurt Black voters is the decline of the white liberal vote, especially in the South. The impact of the "Conservative" movement over the past thirty years has devastated the political bene. fit once enjoyed by Blacks, at large, .but especially in the South. What having happened to the white liberal.voters of the. South has affected the politics of the nation as a whole, especially lierl:l' in Florida. As we all have observed, the elections of 2000 and 2004 reflected the foregone voting trends right here in our state. The absence of the liberal white vote was most reflec tive. The gains we thought we made here in Tampa with sin gle-member districting in the early 1980s have all but been washed away. White voters in the City Council District 5 seat now control the balance of power-in that ber district, once labeTed a predominately Black district. Black institutions have a role to play in defining what happened to the white liberal vote in this country, North, South and West. During the Civil Rights Movement; there were areas In. which we as Black leaders failed, miserably. Leadership' wise, we did -not the school desegregation agenda, taking advan.tage of the opportunities sitting federal judges provided us. Our lawyers did not petition those courts in the area of the teaching of Black Histoty a:nd other quality/ education pro jections. (to be-continued) Take Serious,-.-... --_;:-: u ......... :t, the first day summer doesn't until June 21st. But for those of us who reside in Florida, that's just a date :on the calendar. It's just the first week in April, and we've already experienced temperatures in the 80s for the past few weeks. And with t)le arrival of warm weather comes outdoor activi ties. We take advantage of. the sun and many of our outings include a body of -a swimming pool, lalte, river, or the beaches. But before we .. take off running for the water, we really should teach our children, and. adults who don't know,. about water safe-. ( ty. youngsters in swimming This past weekendtwo classes and.make sure that people were injured' on water they learn the basics before scooters. It's not to say that entrusting them to go near injuries'don't happen, but. the water. And there should there are sa:fety precautions be a special training course that can be' .taken. for those. going to the beach or Anyone ri_ding a water lakes because the situation is scooter or jet ski should know different. the rules of the water and Unlike swimmjng pools practice them before entenng. large bodies of'W.ater have They should also wear a life strong undertows, weeds, and jacket in the event they are other dangers that people thrown clear of the vehicle. may not be aware of It only takes a few Now that tinie 'has moments for something to changed and the weather is happen that can end a life or warmer, therer are many cause permanent injury: beach days ahead. But'it is Then, it's just too late to do. the' responsibility of each what should have been done adult to know the niles and in the first place. practice the in to prevent Parents should enroll their tragedy. '1J ::;, .. :, ... ;, !: : < l' .. their toh on the veterahs add their. families: We believe it is long time for Congress and our government officials in the Veterans' Mfairs Department to remedy the situation. It is shameful that we throw .billions of dollars into the war in Iraq where we ask our men and women to risk their. lives, yet treat them so poorly when'they return home. We say shame, shame, shame on America. Moreover, we urge all of our readers to call our congressional delegation, today, and tell them to take better care of our veterans, NOW! For the of our veterans, pass it on! St.Jbscribe ltSentln.el Btilletin t\MI:'J.tlt:As A.llli::Mtl..-.:t sti-MI wnr:tttl..... u:The Voice of.Our Community Speaking for Itselfu Call: 813


Between The Devil And The Blue Seal you ever heard sin, cast the first storie!'' :Henry J. Lyons That's what Jesus said. But reach? Have you Henry Lyons is not Jesus! ever seen the oceans roll? No doubt, he'd be the first Have you ever heard the to tell you that. Maybe, gale-winds roar? That's Lyons would be a better Henry J. Lyons! A preach-Paul, who admitted he er's preacher, Rev. Lyons "died daily." Or surely, has been to the bottom of Lyons. would qualify as a the barrel and now he's 21st century David, whom about to be back onthe top experts still debate as to of the heap. But the ques-why God would even have tion that has all the saints given a scoundrel such as trembling is, "What's going him a second look. But to happen to the therein lies the plate of :Tabernacle, if Rev. Lyons: spaghetti. Because of its is let back into the sanctu-.Gospel creed, the Florida ary?" General Baptist Conven-According to the Gospel, tion has gotten itself into the Veil has already been sort of a "conundrum" as torn. Shall it be torn agam? corporate types might say. People don't understand. Let me explain. Let's say But what is happening to the Florida General Baptist and because of Rev. Henry Convention listens to peoJ. Lyons is probably oneof ple like Lyons' good friend the most contro.versial and former supporter, Rev. inoments.,the Black church .Fred Maeweathers, who or any o _ther church for that "Yes, Bro. '.matter, has in the 'needs to be among us, but In trutfi; :it :not leading us:." 'So; it verysimilar to the moment'.' doesn't elect Lyons of truth that-was faced and because of his previous failed by t?e sovereign City prison record. Then it of Largo, a. ago, becomes a hypocrite, tram.that City ljad pling everything it and the traditionally 1tsel.f Scripture stands for, so to a and .. speak. friendly commumty ..,.; vo_ted 0 th th. h' d h t --. n e o er an w a to throw Its-city manager .f th "FGBPC" d 'd t I e ec1 es o out. on h1s ear. he announced he wanted a sex let Lyons back in ..... and chan'ge. What's ab_out to to all that happen with Heriry. J. which Wlll no doubt Lyons and the .Florida be generated by the conferGeneral Baptist Convenence claims of at least one tion may be almost as' bad or two million loyal as what happened in Largo, Floridian Baptists. Say when -the first stonewas observers, "HOLY IS : HOLY, BUT BUSINESS IS What? I'm confusing you? BUSINESS!" I know. I'm Well, then let me start from naughty. But it's a thought! the beginning. R .ev. Henry As a matter of fact, it's J. as you probably such a thought that it have is .the redeemed threatens to rip Florida's servant/teacher Tampa's bl Bl k B New Salem Missionary vener_a Baptist church. He. is .the. orgamzatwn hke a pair of same inan who -several _Grandma's. last year's years ago -was convicted drawers ... right down the -.of fraud and remained for middle. The question of more than four years in the whether Rev. Lyons will .. state pen. H-e's out now. win what he seeks has dri'And just recently; after Maeweathers rehabilitating his life and among others to ask Go.d regaining the tr.ust of the for guidance. "It's not good same Baptist Convention, for the organization," that in a big way. this pastor admits.: But my probation, who was orice o'ne .of Christendom's question remams, What Is rising stars, has good?" If Lyons.w,ins or decided to run for presiden-.' .1f he loses, what. are we to. cy of a s'ubsidiary .. think? Indeed, who s}lall organization. Said Lyons, cast the first stone? We are "The Lord told me to do it!" waiting: >The. Christian Now, befo:r:e you say Commlinity is waitin.g. Who another wors}, remember, shall win: The Devil or the ;'Let him who is without Deep Blue Sea? COLUMNS -t c: m CJ) c > "'tJ :c r Who Elected Those Folks? 1\) c c ...... :he City Council of but they won't take my Brooksville, Florida home. Cars can be impounded until the tickets are paid. The city can go to the home of unpaid ticket holders for parking and pick up the people t.o pay I can incur some liability their parking tickets. to someone, but they can't There is nothing wrong take my home. If I kill with that. Every city wants. somebody, I still may go to violators to pay their park-jail' and even pay for the ing tickets. It has .been my act with my life, but they experience that people can't take my home. Airof tend to not take parking these are more serious tickets too .seriously and offenses than a parking are hot prone to pay them. ticket'. car. Storage charges can be added to the cost of the ticket. The city can come up with still other means to. penalize people who refuse to pay their parking tickets. All cites make Yet Brooksville City .. an effort to collect on park-Council wants to take a ing but City person's home over an Coutnchil.m has unpaid parking ticket los t eir mmds. It makes Again, I ask, who elected me want to ask who elect-these folks? Once the city puts some strong and punishing teeth into the collection of parking ticket fees, people will be more apt to pay these fines. But to even consider taking a person's home over a par king tickef is ed these people? They Wa t to I th t There are ways to collect n pass a aw a 'd k' k would allow the city to or an unpai par mg tic take people's personal et o,ther than to a perproperty including their sons home. The city can homes. start by putting a boot lock ridiculous. ., I've got to ask again, who r elected these people? Let us hope that the Tampa 6 City Council doesn't ever > go loco. and make an en .attempt to. pass such a law in this city. _Take my house -t over a parking ticket?' You Z got to be crazy. 1!!. I can't believe that these on the wheels of the cars people are serious. The t;hat have unpaid parking home is one of the most tickets. Unpaid ticket holdprotected pieces of proper-ers can .be and ty that a citizen can own. If jailed until .they pay a fine I don't pay a speeding tick-or perform some public seret, they may put me in jail, vice for the city. IJJ c: r s z "'tJ c: IJJ .-Dropping The B :lacks m c m < : April 2007 Major : eague Baseball ,. :(MLB) will commemo-rate the 60th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson's entry into the Major Leagues at Dodger Stadium prior to the game between the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers. MLB business units will celebrate. "Jackie Robinson Day" with special pre-game ceremonies in ballparks across the country designed to .feature Jackie Robinson -Foundation Scholars and activities reflecting Robinson's legacy. In 2006, MLB established a single seaso n attendance record with more than76 mil lion fans. But, the problem is that most African Americans do not have a "MLB mindset". Since Jackie Robinson's entrance in "the majors" there has been a dramatic decline in the numbers of African Americans on the field or in the stands at professional baseball games. Hall of Fame outfielder Dave Winfield says. that major leagu1:1 baseball "is hurting" beca4se. of the declining number of Black Americans in the game. In his .book Dropping the Ba.ll Winfield say s the percentage of American Blacks on Mt.B teams declined from 28 per. 'the Washington Nationals m cent in 1975 .to 8.5 percent need to be among the most :: today This occurre executive with the San Diego network football commentator t5 Padres, says the MLB can be James Brown, B. Doyle ., revitalized by bringing more Mitchell, Jr., President and :!! American Blacks back into r CEO oUndustrial Bank, the C baseball. largest' Black-owned coinmerBlacks make up.less_than 9 cial bank in the Washington percent of MLB attendance area; Faye F. Fields, numbers even though we con-President and CEO of stitute 25 percent of the popuIntegrated Resource lation of many metro areas Technologies, Inc., a govern where MLB teams play. The ment information manage: 60th Anniversary program is ment services contractor; foranother in a series of MLB mer U.S. Secretary of steps to recognize Rodney E. Robinson's legacy and to put Slater, lobbyist/businessman niore Blacks in the seats. Jarvis C. Stewart and At the MLB's insistence, the Alphonso Maldon, who had sale of the Washington initially sought a gro'\.1.p df Nationals franchise included Blacks to buy a MLB team= .. a requirement for minority Though many say the preStan Kasten, dominately Black city's govNationals President and parternment was "snookei-ed" into ner in the $481 million own-building a $611 million stadi -' :.. ership group, told the Blackurn for the team, Maldon oriented Washington Informer says, "The minority group can newspaper: "Diversity is be. rewarding for .district impqrtant and critical to our: youth. and plans to out sport. And, it's certainly criti-.to disadvantaged children 'iri' i cal in Washington, D. C., that the city :and neighborho'ods we have good minority owner-are without baseball fields or jg ship." in with fields in poor co'ndiC) Actually, to be successful tion." m U1


... -..... 0 0 C\1 LOCAL ,(f) ..I ., CC -.cc c ;, .. COunCil Members Elect Miller As Chairperson tn w .. :::: --1BYIRIS.--B.HOLTON. Sentinel Staff Writer Joseph Caetano are all first time council members. Mrs. Gwen Miller, Mrs. On Sunday afternoon at Linda Saul-Se.na, and the Tampa Convention John Dingfelder are Center, Mayor Pam Io;rio retUI"I$lg members. The sev. and members of the City enth member, Charlie Council took their oath -of Miranda, was also sworn in. office. Following the swear. He has previously served on iii g in c 'eremony; the-new city council for several years. City Council members held-.. "I am honored that my' col-. their first meeting. ; leagues have faith in me and Rev. Thomas Scott, Mrs. -want me to serve them agai.D. Mary-, Mulhern, and astheir chairperson. We Will '' GWEN MILLER work together to accomplish During each of the fhst. a lot"of things as we have three rounds, Miller and done in the past. Miranda had two votes each "Mayor Iorio wants to do with :Qirigfelder having 3 a lot in East Tampa and votes. After it was deter: Rev. (Thomas) Scott and I mined to eliminate either willwork with her to get Miller or Miranda, the that done. -I will also work -council members _voted to with council members eliminate Miranda. to get'things done through-. When votes were casts for c out.the city," Miller tlie fourth round, Mrs; Saul-. Senaand Mrs. Mulhern Mrs. Miller was nominat-casts votes for Dingfelder. ed for the position by Rev. Rev. Scott, Caetano, and scott. Mrs. Linda Saul-Miranda voted for Miller Sena nominated John .. Dingfelder was elected as and Joseph Vice Chairman. Former Cigar Factqry To -H _ouse VVest Tampa CanterFor Arts Elected City Council Chairperson Caetano nominated The term of chait1>erso.n is Charlie Miranda. _one. year: ;:a: -BY AN,TIONE DAVIS er to promote the arts, -0 Sentinel Staff Writer artists and our important ii: presence in the community." u. The formerAntonio More than 20 Tampa Santaella Cigar.Factory in artists lease' space at the CC -West Tampa_ will soon be Santaella Cigar Factory, 0;:c converted into an a:rts cenincluding' Maida Millan, -ter, dedicated to enhancing who will serve. as the ffi the historic neighborhood. Executive Director of the Tb,e West TampaCenterfor WTCA. Millan says the arts the ArtS (WTCA) is EP[pected center should be open this to. hav' e an arts lecture. summer, and is 'planning to organized ':.art. host six to seven art shows -, W .'tions and' art classes; for .per year. '' ": .. : a .. ,, "I have l:J:a4 .to contain : ;."'r". :c Elhs and. Van Pelt myself because I have a pas-.... < sa. 'families own 'the, bu_ilding; sion for helping at-risk chil-.. .. if and Ellis-Yan Pelt dreri, and that is one of the :::: Office FurriitU::r:e, Inc. from main goals for the arts cen-a. -. Z the 1.906 N. ter," said. Millan. want i= locatio,n< .liz:.-< .. : ,to an arttsb.c cul-: w "For. .,,ture mto the commumty. It :f. : we have. been tall&ng about will be great to get kids and ii the t,{ re o( th.e building from the .!I' presence m _the West m here, _and tap mto their .. w .. sai4 creative side." !: on' e : _of t _he F:_or more information on .., z buildings owners the :West Tam:pa Center for the Arts, please call Maida z c :&Jillan at(813) 390-3422, or e around 4& We /email her at www.Westtam. to paarts.com. :. ..I ._, ,,.,, -:. NIIJhborhood ,Watch .Association To : Gene:ral Meeting .: : ,... ... The Ne i ghb b rhood normal. ':: .Watcht Assoc{ation ; 'u.nder.' "We.w elcome other neighof p:r:esi4ent bo .rhood associations and ". Mobley, will hold therr_ crime watch gro.ups to attend .-, general meeting1 ,on -Apr-il this meeting, 'because we're 19th at 7 }(t .,. :. sure there are things going The meeting will be held at on in all of our communities Williams Park and. -the topic that's not right," said Mr. .... 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ALL ABOUT YOU! .. TARINO TROUPE. f!ere it is. A big birthday shout out the 2-year-old .. in town. We hope you have many, many more. birthday from mommy Chiaka, daddy Darius, and all your family that loves Happy birthday! : ;-.....- 0:, .. --: ::.:Look: Who's. Big 4-0 Much love on .. 1 ; From Sweet Lady "J." New Clients Onlv Specials Relaxers Cuts. Color Press-N-Curr Wash-N-Set :.Braids By Kelley_-_., __ : Appl Call Gwen@ 504-1666 Shop: (813) 242-8763 3407 E. Martin Luther King 'J. :The Big 6 DeQUAN Happy birthday mom, Ebony, family and. friend!?. May God bless you. -MR. AND MRS. CRAIG. (LISA) BRAJ?LEY Happy' birthday to my hu. s ,band, Craig. Today is your day. God ha-s : blessed. oqr family with 17 years together we love you and thank God for a special gift that has bee!} brought upon us. Your wife, Lisa; Renaldi, Denaldi, and Denesha. H_a_p_p_y_B_i_rt_hd_a_y-----J ALSTON SMITH Alston celebrated his 14th birthdayon April2, 2007. Alston, keep on being God continue to bless you and keep you. : --"' Remember your dreams to become the future, Alston A. Smith." '' I love you your mom. ., -. .-;, ,/ ..:;' .. ..... ;-.i..\ -f c: m (/) c > "'0 :D r= 1\) 0


c a: u.. C z <( c en w :::: 1-ft w > w c w ::J: en :::i a:l :::: Q. z ..J -.... :::: a:l ..:. w z w tn'ir g u.. w CJ a.: _Tampa .Native Laid To Rest In New York Mr. Fred Collins, Jr., of Bronx, New York, died on Saturday, March 24th. Funeral services for Mr. Collins were held on Saturday, March 31st, at Jehovah's Witness Victory Temple and interment took place at Calverton National Cemetery, in Calverton, New York. Mr. Collins was born in Tampa and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduating from Don Thompson High School, Mr. Collins joined the U. S. Air Force and was honorably dis charged in 1952. Following his military stint; Mr. collins relocated to New York and worked a's a Cook at Bronx Hospital for several years. In he retired after more than 25 years of service. Mr." Collins met and married Mrs. Arlene Collins and became the father of one son, Cleveland Horton. The cou ple was married for 51 years. They became grandparents to two children and great grand parents to three children. The son of .the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Sr.,) and Ceola Collins, Mr. Collins is survived by 4 brothers, Roland, (Emma), Robert, Charles, (Pearlie), and Norris, (Carolyn). He is also survived by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Isabel Collins, numerous other relatives imd friends. Mr. Collins was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Edward and Leroy Collins. Heart Of East Tampa Offers Summer For Youth,. -' A new program being Josephus Jenkins, offered by the Heart of East Chairman of the Heart of Tampa Front Porch Council, East Tampa Board of Inc .. and its Board of Directors said, "The Heart of Directors, will provide sum-East Ta_mpa Front Porch mer employment for youths in. Board are the area_ There will be a total es.tabhshmg of 10 youngsters-chosen for ... with local to th. I t employ the youth selected to e summer emp oymen t h K th y th participa e m t e program nown as e training." Empowerment, Leadership. & Anyone interested in Academ:y obtaining additional informa CYELDA), the program IS tion should contact the Heart designed to _provide profes-. of East Tampa Front Porch sional development work-' Office at (813) 248-8780. shops, interactive train,ing Rep.orter Iris B. Holton sessions, talent showcase, can be contacted at (813) and guaranteed paid suinmer. 248-1921 or by e-mail at jobs. _, iris@jlsentinel.com. M. E. Church 2401 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, Florida 33607 Rev. Joe L. Johnson Pastor The Women's Ministry Of Trinity C. M. E. wm Be Hosting A We Welcome You To Join Us in Three Powerful Nights Of salvation, Restoration, Deliverance And Healing Ministry :Theme: 'Winning The Lost At Any Cost' Special Music And Each Night APril 4, 2007: Opening Night: Open Testimony From Bro. Vaugh L. Beal, Greater Mount Carmel A.M.E. Church; Encouraging Words Bro. ,Michael Hopkins, Trinity C.M :E. Church April 5, 2007: lady Lisa Jones,Center For Manifestation April 6, 2007: Closing Night Lady Joyce E. Johnson, Trinity C. M.E. Church For More Information Please Call Lady Joyce E. Johnson, Founder/President, Women's Ministry At (813) 980-2513 Or (813) 293-1853 1-LQC:AL Gospel Group To Perfor1n During Comedy Shqw. On Easter Sunday evening members of the Tampa community will.have an opportunity to attend an Easter Comedy Show & Gospel Extravaganza. The event, which is being presented by promoter, Too Smooth, will be held at the West Tampa Convention 3005 W. Columbus Dr. Among those on the agenda to provide entertainment are BET Christian Comic, Darian Perkins, HOGIC Angels Mime, Randall C., Host of WTMP Radio, Gospel Vocalist Eddie Durant, and the Exciting Gospel Warriors. George Shivers, manager and original member of the group. said the Gospel Warriors was founded 26 years ago. __ "Elder Rudy Tolbert and Mitchell Anderson" were the founders. Elder Tolbert had been a Vietnam veteran and that's how the name came about." Consisting of 4 singers and 5 musicians, the group has always been an all-male group that sings both traditional and contemporary music. "Our motto is 'With God alf things are possible.' It Members of the Gospel WarriorS are from left to right: Arthur Hall, Eddie Harris, Mike Williams; Derrick Chisholm, George Shivers, and Rev. Clarence Gunner. Not shown in the photograph are members Derrick Smith, Devon Jones, and Willie Morris; is a singing ministry and we're just trying to let people know that the Lord is always there. Help is on the way," Shivers said. the state, and the nation. Shivers said they are currently "Hoping to a new recording very soon. We do this because we like this Its current members are: ministry. There is not a lot of Arthur Hall, Eddie Harris, money involved, but we do it Mike Williams, Derrick because we enjoy singing and Chisholm, George Shivers, delivering a spiritual mesRev. Clarence Gunner, sage." Derrick Smith, Devon Their most recimt release is Jones, and Willie Morris. "Devine Naturi!. \ .'.: While this is the first time Reporter Iris B. Holt,.on 'h the group has appeared in": can be contacted'at (813)): this venue, they are known 248-1921 or by throughout the community, iris@jlsentinel.com. .-, l Experience The World Of Jesus' Followers First Baptist Church Of College Hil! 3838 E. 29th Street Take A Walk To The Tomb Where .Jesus Was '"':Burled Saturday, April 7, 2007 4:00P.M. Disciples Of Vision Presents ::,, A SUn Hits PlAYER. NOT SHOWN TAYLOR BYRD


LOCAL 11th ;_ r Reverend Wallace Bowers celebrated 11 years as pastor of St. Missionary Baptist Church. Several. services were held in honor of the anniversary. One of the services was the -elegant banquet held at the Hilton HoteL (Photographs by Ricky Roberts) JAMES HARGRETI GLYNETIE BROwN Judge Thomas Stringer was among. Wh9, attended the anbiversru-Y ,banqu'et LaFRAN REDDIN I COLLEGE IIILL CHURCII OF GOD IN CHRIST (,-lJ-l NORTH iOTH STREET TAMPA FLORIDA 1:;(,10 t .. The Seven tastWords Of Jesus from The Cross I> t. ( : m1n. Emm m HliLL .. Dew mt Sllla.m.B. Church -:.:nun' oon.Roberts.:: .. .:: : Betherm.B. Church min. Darren Watson. -: Peace m.B. Church =--Reu. Toog Harris:]:.: .. r st. mary m,B. Church i Reu. oauicfcarson Dew Beginnings m.B .thurch ',Elder RObert E. Benli, Sr. Hope of ShlloJt.Communlty Church -. Reu. nJittlael Williams 5705 32nd AuenueJ Tampa, Florida 33619 Reu. Felix E. Walters, Pastor BRENDA KEARSE i OLAJOHNSON '' '. DARLENE CHAMBERS I .. _;:.: .1.' ., r-. ;' 0 l:J I 6 ln. froin left to right: Reverend Gene a forn'ler pastor at St. Paul > AME Church,'cunently of Orlando; Rev. Charles Perry, Pastor of M. B. Church, Pt. tn Tampa; Rev. Gregory Robinson, Pastor of Revelation Community M. B. Church; Rev. Samuel Maxwell, Pastor/Teacher, First Baptist Church :Village, bahquet speaker; Rev. .::f .. Warren .8Qwers; honoree, Rey. Wallace Bowers; Rev. H. L. Daniels, Pasto; cifNew B. ChUrch; Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Pastor, St. Jolln Pl-Ogressive M: B. church and Florid& r-. State President, Progressive Missionary and Education Baptist State. ConventiQn;.R.;_\r', w. D. OJ c: Sims, Pastor, St. Matthew M. B Church; and Minister Thomas Wicke's, ASsociate Minister, St. 1 Mary M. B. Church. .< .. I I .. -1 BEULAH-BAPTIST .. \ ., INSTITUTIO.NAL CHURCH 1 006 West Cypress Tampa, florida 813 ... :.: ; _, .. ,.,'i -:.:,,,. Dr. w James Favorite, Senior "-: :z 'U c: aJ r-c;; ::::a:, m c Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Frunily would be honored to have the community join us in oui:-' ;;' : m :a,. Annual. Good Friday'Wots. .. : .. '. ': I' c ffi Seven Last Words'' ... :.Friday '., Apr-l6, 2007 ... @ I2. N _Q(ui .. -. -"' The Sixth Word 19:30 "It is The Snenth Word Luke 23:-16 "Father. into Tlrv /rands I cml. l illcl ul my ,1-. :: : '"" ..... : \-ol}s -... addit' ion : please c9ritact the ... .' .:'":.-... Church Office .} .a1a 251-3382 tn c ):I! > z c ,,


,..... c c N M' ..J a: 0. = : : ST. JOHN 19:24-27 _:, :.',". SISTER 'JAC.KIE HAYGOOD" : t : 'M Y HAVE YOU M.E' -:; 'I MAnttEW 27:46, MAliK 15:J4 : ..... SISTER PAMELA. BUSH .'ii.THIRST'. ; i ST.JOHN 19:28 : SISTER GAMBRELL 'IT IS FINISHED' ST.JOHN 19:JO MOTHER BARBARA KELLY 'FATHER INTO YOUR HAND I COMMIT MY SPIRIT' :LUKE 2J:46 SISTER OLGA WILLIAMS MOTHER ROSANNA MCCULLOUGH, PROGRAM CHAIRPERSON ELDER CHARLES DAVIS, PASTOR LOCAL -Well-Known. Hair Stylist Laid To Rest The name Mattie Pearl "Perkins" Shiggs is well known among area cosmetologists. Ms. Shiggs was hospitalized on March 5th after complaining of feeling weak and having an ailing right hip. After 3 weeks; she passed away last Monday due to respiratory failure. She was 72 years old. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 East Lake Avenue. Ms. Shiggs left home at the age of 15 from Dale County, Alabama. She had already start_ed styling hair, and was licensed soon after that. For 57 years, Ms." Shiggs was a cosmetologist and real ly had a passion for it. Ms. Shigg's only child, Talawnda Shiggs, said her : \BE CRL'SADE CALE:\'DAR Next Stops .. Central Florida Reception Center (Bus Departs To J_Jrevard at 6:00AM) Hamilton Correctional Institution .. MadisonCorrection Institution Jefferson Correcti.onal Institution Date: April14, 2007 Departure Time: 5:00AM. Return Time: Approx. 6:00PM. Trip Price: $20.00 Call 813-247-3285. For Info To Reserve Your Seat MRS. MATTIE PEARL "PERKINS" SHIGGS young and old. She never believed in or repeated gossip, and always strived to be a better person." Ms. Shiggs said her mother loved spending time with her and her 2 grandchildren. She also loved to shop and read, but mostly she loved talking to people. "She was a real social butterfly; She believed in one thing. She always said, 'If you don't work, you don't eat.' That was her motto." Marion Jones said her: friend was the top beautician in the city for a number of years. "We worked together for a mother co-owned a shop that long time and became partwas located on Scott Street ners. at Superior Beauty near Central Avenue. Salon. She was a hard workc "It was called Superior ing woman, and always Beauty Salon, and she part-.dressed in the best. nered with Marion Jones. "I visited lier just before she That was during the late. passed. We talked, and she 1950s and early 1960s. When told me how she was doing. I she and Ms. J.ones first' spoke to her daughter'last to theshop, it was called Wednesday night, and she Quick Beauty Box, but when -told me her mother passed the owner passed, they. last Monday. I was stunned." bought it and changed the Ms.-Jones said. she'll name. She move9 into her always cherish the time. when last salon on 22n Street in she lived in the front apartthe early 1990s." ment and Ms. Shiggs lived in Ms. Shiggs said her the rearapartment of their er met so many people, and business on Ce.ntral and really put her heart and love Scott. into her work. some furi'days "The results spoke for them-and we loved working togeth. selves. She said she'd be a er. She really will be missed. -nurse or cosmetologist. I'm In-order to love someone, you the nurse. She took her time, have to get to know them, and-. had service, and .she wasa well loved woman." ple always felt drawn to her, Aikens .Funera1 Home was especially for advice to the in charge of the service. 1 & 8 All Past And Present Members:--For More Information Please contact: Emma J _Hearn' f813J l .. New Saint Matthew Missionary .. : 1006 s. 50th street. Pastor, Alec Hall .: "' -. Presents. ::. ---. you CAN HURT.THE Boor, BUT You' '" .. ruesday :: 3, '-. .. ., REVEREND : CAN"T HURT ME I JESUS IS ALIVE. .. NIOHnv SERVICE_. ... APRIL 2007 07:00 P. M. Wednesday,: AI)rll 4, 2001 .... ... ,1. "". REVEREND CLEVELAND LANE First M. B. Church of Highland Pines REVEREND ALEC HALL REVEREND OMEOA JENKINS -st Matthew M.B. TrUe VIne M. B. Church, Or1ando !Communion obser-Vance Brothers In Black and Sisters In White, please>


.! .. Dear Florida Sentin el readers, .. vertzoo { April 3, 2007 -4 .c: m .en c l> :Dr= N 0 .. running in loc -al newspapers, on radio and on TV recently suggest.that verizon is ,.,'?.-,-' only interested in serving wealthy households with its new FiOS TV service and is skipping over lower income parts of town. These claims are false indeed, it is desperation in action. They are being fabricated by the cable industry to try to slow down competition for their products and services. It's hard to miss Verizon crews at work as they deploy fiber in neighborhoods all over our community, highlighted by the bright orange conduit that is fed into the ground for the fiber cable to be pulled ., through. We began installing the fiber network in 2004 with the idea that we could provide a g competitive alternative to Bright House cable TV as long as we had the proper franchise allowing l>e; us to do so. Over three years later, we continue todeploy the fiber and can now offer fiber-based TY, Internet and telephone service to nearly 450,000 householqs in four counties and we're .not finished. We will add over 250,000 households to. ttiat ntimber by the end of this year and add: even m ore in 2008 and beyond. t r:--We consumers desire a choice and are interested -in the leading technology for TV and the Internet to subscribe to our FiOS service. No matter where they live period. Thus far, we I= : deployed fiber in areas like New Tampa, south Tampa, Hyde Park, Brandon, Wesley Chapel, Sarasota and Bradenton ... and we've also deployed in Sulphur Springs, University Square, Temple .. ....... ... ,. z Crest, Seminole Heights Old Seminole Heights, Lowry Park Central, an : d in areas covering public : t :-:..:: :_ :'\ '\(r: _:hous ing sites, including J. L. Young, C. Blythe Andrews, Azzarelli, Scruggs Manor, Gardens at : Southbay, Arbors at Padgett, Parkview and Bethune High Rise, among others. m Soon, we will begin deploying to Robles Park Village, Central Park Village, Belmont Heights, Meridian apartments and River Place apartments, with more to follow. ,! : ... rii -\ .. t. -'. .. ,, : .::_ -::: < _: are n _ot the I'D,oves of a company trying to exclusively serve the wealthy. (:! .. ; : : : : .:: :.. : .-. -.-. /' ;; : ,, : .. : .;_..=, : -, .-_ ; ';: Cl :. .'ThEt'point is We Will sell to anyone WhO wants our service and the market for our SerVices has .-:. ::r.-:: -:; C 'J,_. _., been created througti-.the years by the cable companies. We are going Where they are and :): :. to even more communities. Verizon is investing literally billions of dollars to bring this product t6' : .. _.-. .consumers. That is way too much money for it to be only a selective service. _> < ... c !. : -... ..... -: .. ... ; -. .. : -. < Today, are trying to change the franchise rules in so we can provide you with a .. '-g .: fqr TV, Internet and voice servies sooner, rather than later:_ and-btg cable does not like -. !'. -so they've 'decidedto try to mislead you. But they cannot get''away with it. If they succeed, ---:-::.:.::--.::;: _: i(wll!. you an.d your neighbors most _'of all, because you will still only have one choice-cable. --:' : U JrtJ wUJ:cost y()Q more than it should, there is no .: .. ,. :: .; ... .. .. :::r J .. ... Please contact your elected representatives in Tallahassee today and letthem know :: "._.--been let them !. : Sincerely, : :: ; -'' .. : .:::x. ;..,: .;: .... : :, ..... .. .. : :.. :. ; >' : (;-,_ : : _..: > .. President, Southeast region ,. Verizon r -:-, m _. _.


0 N M' ...1 a: D.. <( < c CJ) w ::') t-e a: u.. c z <( c CJ) w .::l t-fe w > w c w :::c CJ) :::::i ED. ::') D.. z tu ..... ..J ::')., .ED ..:. w z t= z w CJ) .. PICTURES FROM THE PAST In this 1980 photo is Askia Muhammad as Director of Unity Promoters, .. < _;""" -;. .-.=: l .. / During a social function, McCall, Mrs. R. McCaskell, and. Mrs. C. McCall posed for the camera. John Cobb, Martha Cail, Lola Lowe, Viola Williams, and Arluster Morgan enjoyed a good church service in this photo from the past. .. <( .. These lovely children sat still long enough.to pose for this photo during.an Easter program at Trinity Church.


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LGit SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY I It's Tebow's Team:Nowl When Chris Leak was busy leading the Florida Gators to the National NBA Needs To Support ThewNBA some place to play in the United States. We don't need to get back to overseas as being the only pla:ce for women to play. Fans need to support these ladies. Women's Championship Tonight The men decided their NCAA basketball champions .. on Monday. Tonight the women will decide theirs. At first it was the Final Four and now it is the Final Two. The championship match-up will be between the Championship, Gator fans The National Basketball were chanting we want Association should do all Tennessee Volunteers and Tebow. Well, Gator hation, that it can do in order to the Scarlet Knights of Leak is gone now you insure the survival and the Rutgers. have Tebow: L _ast yeaJ,', success of the. Women's The Temi.es5ee Volunteers Tebow came in third National :Basketball were suppose to be in_the and inches and he would' Association. With the Went-Final Four but not Rutgers. rush to the first down ed females already in. the Rutgers got there by .... In other.situations,.the d h b al t1'n. g number one ranked' league an t e super t ent fullback in colleges and high schools, Duke, highly ranked C would come m With the ball the WNBA is assured of the Connecticut, and into the ii: on the goal hnedand: rWu'sthh it needs in order to championship game by ., U.0 over for the touch own 1 full upsetting Louisiana State Leak gone, there will be Z t' h T bo will ha Players like Ivory Latta, Umvers1ty m the senn-finals. < 1mes w en e w ve R t h. d b t t k th ball hi Erlana Larkins, Candice u gers IS coac e y >-o a e e on s own Afr' Am 1 d icC and move it 99 .. Parker, Candice Wiggins, lean encan egen ary to the touchdown -Jessica Syl'?a Stringer. The Remember, Leak the set Fowles, Courtney Paris, Umvers1ty of Tennessee has 1-up man is gone. Tebow will Bernice Mosley, Tiffany Floridian Dominic have to set up for himself. I Hayes, Stepheny Thomas, Redding as one of its stars. w wish Tebow well, but I Brittany Waters, Crystal The. 6.0 guard hails froni (ij believe he will make Gator Thomas and a host of other Clearwater, Florida. Rutgers c fans wish Leak was back. very talented young players has proven that. it can beat W That is ifTebow remains at can help the league survive. anybody, but a win tonight quarterback. 'rhese young ladies need will be im upset. ID ;:) ll. z ..J ..J ;:) ID ..:. w z t= z w tn g a: 0 ..J I&. Police Say Bucs Gates Assaulted Pregnant TAMPA, Fla.-Buccaneers rimnirig back Lionel Gates was arreste. d and charged with woman in the face arid push ing her into a wall during an argument. The 25-year-old player was being held Friday. with' no bond, jail records said. Gates kicked in' the front door of Peggie Lavender's apartment Thursday night,destroyed two televisions ahd two doors, a hole hi the bedroom wall and LIONEL GATES assaulted her, H'll. b h C t not 1mmed1ately returned. 1 s oroug oun y The tea.in had no im.rilediate Sheriffs Office comment. -. wlillams Starting process, To_ Retum to NFL Running back Ricky Willi-ams, exiled for the entire 2006 s e a s o n because of a fourth vioia--WCKY tion of the WILLIAMS NFL sub-_ stance abuse poi icy, has triggered the process that could end his one-year sus'pension. and lead-to his reinstatement by the league Williani s was suspende d by the NFL last April 25 and spent last fall playing for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. In advance of the one-year anniversary of the sancBEAUTY UNLIMITED. ., KEF IRA The springtime just got a iittie bit sweeter with this young lady. It is Qur pleasure to bring you Kefira as this-week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. 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. SPORTS Williams Rallies, Beats Henin For .Sony Ericsson Title KEY BISCAYNE, .Fla. --A forgiving net cord saved Serena WilHams from defeat, and. she made the most of the iucky bounce: One point from losing the final in the. Sony Ericsson Open, Williams hit a return that grazed the tape atop the net and skipped across to keep her chances alive. She won the ensuing rally, and more than an hour' later she won her fourth Key Biscayne title. Williams survived a di&mal start and erased two points in the second set Saturday to beat Serena Williams hoists her top-ranked Justine Henin 0fourth Sony Ericsson trophy. 6, 7-5, 6'-3. "When I get down, a part of me just plays better," renovation. Williams said. "I think all Ashe and former tennis champions have that." promoter Owen Williams The comeback was nothing combined to complete the new for Williams, _who center in 1977 in Jabavu, revived her career by win-but it wa5 never maintained ning the Australian Open in and fell into disrepair. January for her eighth The goal ofthe new Arthur Grand Slam title. Once Ashe Tennis Centre "is for ranked No. I, she fell to Soweto to produce its own 140th last July because of Ashe," said Ian. long layoffs but will climb Smith, CEO o f the South back to 11th next week. African Tennis Association. Williams closed out the Ashe was the first black man victory with a service win-to Wimbledon and the ner," accepted gracious conU.S. <:?pen. i;gratulations from Hen in, l Dunng the cer.eher index finger mony, Jeanne Ashe sa1d for the cheering crowd, her husband had started intent on returning to the center as "one small beacon .-. "" of light amjd the darkness -' arid far-reaching shadows of apartheid." Following Two-Year "Fourteen Renovation Arthur's death the reopen. ,_' : '. ing of this center is probably South seen as _important at a Africa --The tennis center in nat10nal level, but I can Soweto 'rounded by Arthur assure you it is a victory Ashe 30 ago was co?,text is reopened by his widow, n?-tiOnal, she satd. It.1s a Jeanne Ashe, on Saturday'_ for people of all after. a, nations. Durant Is FirSt Freshman Nam9d, AP Piayr OfYear -'r ,"" .. -.. ATLAN'I'A --Kevin Durant of Texas was selected: Friday as The Associat e d Press' college basketball player of the year, becoming the first freshman to receive the honor The 6-foot 9 s wingman fin ished fourth in the country in scoring (25.8) and rebounding (11.1) while lead ing the Longhorns to a 25-10 record, the Big 12 ment championship game and the second round of the: NCAA Tournanient. ''He carried a v ery young tearil but never looked at it that way," Texas coach Rick Barnes said: "He has mch a great feel for the game. He krlows what he has to do to ., get better. He knows he has to get stronger. He is a real pers on I truly beli e ve he will m ake his mark not just on college basketball, but on basketball.' Raiders Ink Vet CB Starks,. OT Green To One-Year Deals Never shy about adding older players, the Oakland Raiders have bolstered their depth with a pair of unre-. stricted free agent acquisi.: tions, signing cornerback Duane Starks and offensive tackle Cornell Green to one-year contracts. Both players will receive the minimum base salaries for veterans of their .ty Starks, 32, appeared in three games with the Raiders in 2006,' then became a free agent last month. Green, 30, appeared in 14 games, all as a reserve, with Tampa Bay. A nine-year veteran, and. regarded e arlier in his career as one of the league's top coverage corners, Starks has suffered through injuries the last several seasons, and appeared in just 10 games the past two years and 25 games over the past four seasons. He adds experience to a very young cornerbacks corps in which none of the other four members has played in the NFL for more than four seasons. In fact, the aggregat e experience of the other four cornerbacks on the roster in just one .year more than Starks' nine seasons .. .. f .. of ...... # .......... .. Wade Gives It A Go In First Full Workout Since Injury MIAMI--Dwyane Wade spent Sunday throwing a sur. prise party for 75 patients at Miami Children's Hospital, and shot baskets with some kids.' When a boy named Fabio missed, the ball ricocheted off the rim and hit Wade's left shoulder "Sorry," said Fabio, a tube regulating his flow of medi cine coming from his : Wade smiled anci di .dn't even flinch. The dislocated game or two before the end of the regular season. "It's going to feel pretty good to get back out there," Wade said while his teammates DWYANE WADE were playing at Detroit to end a road trip,. a game he watched with the kids on a rented flat-screen TV hi the hospital's phiyroom "The only thing I can do is continue to work hard." -4 c m CJ) c )> "'0 ::0 rw 1'1.) 0 0 shoulder is healing nicely, and nearly six after the injury threatened to end his season, the reigning NBA finals MVP is ready to return to practice with the Miami Heat. Wade was back on the prac tice court with the Heat on Monday and aims to play "a After Sunday's 94-88 loss to the Pistonst Miamr has nine games left, starting Tuesday against Toronto. The playoffs open April 21. 'TI 6 :u Strawberry:. .!. .on_ly .One Who. Can-Run Yanks NEW YORK --Darryl Strawbe.rry. can't imagine the New York Yankees without George Steinbrenner; "To me, there's only one person that-can run the. Yankees and that's tlie Boss,". Strawberry "said Friday as Major League .baseball launched its r.:aw line of game caps ; Steinbrenner's daughter Jennifer filed for divorce from husband Steve Swindal on Tuesday in Tampa, Fla. Two years ago, Steinbrenner. had designat ed Swindal as his successor; a move that isn't likely to happen anymore : "The Yankee orgariization is a great organization, a first-class organization," DARRYL STRAWBERRY Strawberry said, signing autographs on the street _in midtown MaD,hattan. "They will always find a way to overcome situations. The best will happ.en for them. They know what hava t o do, and they'll do it. never really worry about them much because I know things going to work out well for The 45-year-old-Strawberry played for the 'Yankees from 1995-99 and :was a Steinbrenner favorite Steinbrenner helped him whe n Strawberry fough.t colon cancer and substance abuse, and at times Strawberry has for the team. "Q-eorge _is a\gteat friend and a person that I .Jove dearl y," Strawberry said. "I have a tremendous amount of respect for what he did for CJ)m .... z-. m r;-. aJ -c: r r-!!l z ., c: aJ r-c;; % m c m -4 -c: m c l>z c 'TI :u 6 me in my time playing with the Yankees and the opportunities aild ::tne doors h e op e n e d for _.' (J1


0 a: LL. 0 z w Q w :1: en :i. ID ::::: a. Z ffi ..J ..J ::::: a:l ..J w z w en a: g .. LL. ENTERTAINMENT Suge Knight .Evicted From His L.A. Condo Los Angeles police officers were on hand to make sure things went smoothly as former Death Row Records 'CEO Marion "Suge" Knight' was reportedly evicted from his posh condo on Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles According to columnist Janet Charlton; "two black and white police cars plus a car witp detectives" stood by as. Suge's possessions were removed and loaded into a truck in front of the building. SUGE KNIGHT : "Wealthy neighbors like Farrah Fawcett,,"Carol Burnett and Patti LaBelle may have witnessed his dra: The mogul departure from that bankruptcy in Apr. 2006 in an exclusive wr'ote effort to avoid paying a $107 Charlton in her column million judgment to Michael Tuesday. and Lydia Har.ris, the for-Knight is currently mer married couple who embroiled in financial drama claim they helped the 1991 and court battles surrounding launch of Death Row by his ties to Death Row. Last investing $1.5 million in seed week, the label was sued for money. $300,000 by Rap-A-Lot The label was hand;m over Records in an attempt to col-to a court-appointed banklect money invested into the ruptcy-trustee in July 2006, Death Row/Rap-A-Lot after a judge ruled that it was Records "2Face album, mismanaged due to accountreports Allhiphop.com. ing practices. L.awsult FaShion-COntract ..... .:-:, (' "'; > Singer-actress Beyonce has won a court battle against .a former business associate who claimed the singer cut him out of a tive deal. Greg Walker had sued the Grammy winner for lack of payment on a $15 million iicensing deal he brokered .with a Clothing line. However, Manhattan _supreme Court Justice Herman Kahn found that Walker, the CEO of Icon ; Entertainment,. never had a valid contrflct with Beyonce and her mother, Tina Knowles, reports the New York DailyNews. Walker says he was paid $25,000 for his services by Tina Knowles, but BEYONCE And TINA KNOWLES Bey once never paid him a dime after he set her up with endorsement deals in 2003. Walker also claims that he' lined up a deal that ied to .. the creation of Beyonce's clothing line, House of Dereon, in 2004. For All Your Sufooc:l Delights, Marvin Has Just What You Need. Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snappe Shrimp Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs Usher Engaged To Longtime Girlfriend Tameka and Usher are .now engaged. Usher says -he may wed before the end of the year NEW YORK --Usher is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, stylist Tameka Foster, the R&B singer's spokeswoman said Friday Publicist Simone Smalls didn't provide. further details Usher, a Grammywinner, confirmed the engagement Wednesday to MTV News, ending speculation that he had popped the question. Foster has been photographed recently with a diamond ring on her finger. Usher,-28; said he could be walking down the. aisle before the end ofihe yelrr. His hits include "Confessions," "Burn," "You Make Me Wanna" and. "Yeah!" Subscribe Toda)'! "The Voice of Our Com.niun.itv Speaking fiJr Itself' 813) 248-1921 Woman Claims Chris Rock Is Her Son's Father-The National Enquirer is reporting that Chris Rock has a 13-year-old love child by a woman who says she met the comedian while in college during the early 90s. Kali B'owyer, 35, claims the actpr-comedian is the rather. of her son Jordan, who suffers from seizures and has a series. of tests to determine the root cause. But Bowyer hasn't been able to provide doctOrs with his" co-mplete medical history without Rock's coop. CHRIS ROcK eration. : s \ ., 11My son's 13 now arid he' .. this resolved," said BowYer. on," "But! kept getting brushed Bowyer told the Enquirer. off. They!d asked for his "He told me the _other day, 'I birth certificate, baby picdon't need him in my life, tures and OBGYN records. I just to take the test so I can complied, I was nice, and I find out what's wrong with was patient, but in the end me."' Chris still refused to Bowyer, now a non-profit acknowledge paternity." organizer, says she met Kali said she gave up her Rock at a Los Angeles efforts to contact Rock years nightclub when she was still ago, but thought. it was in college. essary to resume once "The first time we Jordan developed health. together was my 21st birth-problems. ... day,'' Kali said, adding that "I don't want a dime for they had_sex "six or eight myself,.butsupport for my .times/' whenever Rock son," siated Kali. "I just came to town. : :. : think that. it's rude that "From the thne won1t: respond :. Jordan was: born u11tiJ he:. His attorneys exact words ,was 3, I was talking to were: 'This is going to dis.Chris' lawyer, tryingto get ,. rupt-hislife."' ... pI;? Wesley Snipes Gives Birth To Their .. Second Child Wesley Snipes and his wife Nakyung "Nikki" Park welcomed their second child, a son named Alimayu Moa-T, on 'March 26th, reports All Headline News (AHN). inother and baby are doing fine,'' said a rep for the 38-year-old star. The couple has a daughter-, Iset, who was born in 2001. Snipes &lso haS a son, Jelani Asar, who was born in 1988 to his ex-wife, April WESLEY SNIPES Snipes.. According. to AHN, 'Wesley married Nikki in 2003. The couple reportedly spends much of their time in Nikki's home Showtime 8 P.M. Doors Open @ 7 P.M. country of Korea, whlch has been referred to by Snipes as his "second home." 1910 E. 7th Ave Ybor City Admission $10:00 (If Not On VIP List) Featuring Live: The Oxygen Band (R&B, Hip Hop & Jazz) BET Comic View, P-Diddy's Bad Boys (Formerly Comedy Central) }It Comedians Every Thursday. 'T To Get Your Name On The Guest List Email: or myspace.com/comedianlaurencecraig The actor stars as a CIA agent assigned to take out a terrorist 'in his next film, "The Shooter. Also, Snipes currently awaits trial on charges of federal tax fraud. The case is scheduled to begin sometime this fall .If convicted, he could face up to 16 years in prison.


FUNERALS I MEMORIAM MRS. WILLIE MAE ,. FOXWORTH --. MS. PAMELA RENEE LOCKE Graveside services for :Funeral services for Ms. Mrs. WillieMae Foxworth Pamela Renee Locke of formerly of 3006 29th Street, Tampa, who passed away who passed away Sunday; at a local hospital will A 'I 1 2007 'II b h Jd held Thursday, April 5 pri }r1 e e 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at Beulah Friday, April st 10:00 a.m., Baptist Institutional Rest Haven Memorial Park Ch h 1006 W c urc ypress Cemetery, Rev. Oscar Street with Rev. W. James Johnson, Jr., officiating. Favorite, Pastor, Interment will follow. Mrs. Foxworth was a Pam's hfe journey ended native of Augusta, Georgia on Wednesday; March 28, born September 6, 1922. She 2007 after a long battle was a lifelong resident of with sarcoidosis. She Tampa. She was formerly leaves to cherish her mem-affiliated with New ory: daughter, LaTaunya Friendship Missionary Williams of Tulsa, OK; son, Baptist Church. Brian Locke of Baton Mrs. Foxworth enjoyed Rouge, LA; son-in-Ia w, keeping things in a neat and Johnathan Williams; orderly manper by organiz-grandson, DJ Williams; ing all areas she Jived and' granddaughter, Jasmine worked in. Mrs. Foxworth Williams; mother, Lela was preceded in death by Moss; sister, Sandra Payne; her husband, Jaines Marion nephews, Anth9ny, Gerardz Eddie, Michael, ana Foxworth and sister, Ethel Richard Payne; niece, McFadden. Deborah Payne; and a host She leaves to cherish her of other cousins, relatives, memories: daughter, Sheila and friends. Ann Foxworth; grandchil-Pamela Renee Locke was. dren, Robert Anthony: 'r born to the late Charlie C McBride, Sr., and Stephanie Moss and Lela Moss on Michelle Nichols; great March 4; 1948 in. grandchildren, Robert New .York. Anthony McBride,.Jr., and Moving to amp a 1n her. Edward J : McBride aunt early childhood, Pam grad-Georgia Campbell; 'niece: uated Middleton High Barbara Jean Mitchell; School.m 1965. nephew, Horace McFadden; Durmg her career, P!lm ahd a host, of other relatives wor.ked as an Executive d f d Th n b Ass1stant at Howard s. ere WI a University, the University before service of Tampa, and Hampton .. < begms at the graves1te. University. S h e. spent AIKENS many years living in HOME. : Washington, DC and Virginia Beach, Virginia, and returned to Tampa in Harmon Funeral Home John W Harmon. L.F.D. FREE QUOTES Owner/Manager 5002 N St. 626-8600 has provided the hig es t >tandard in fun eral services lor ove r 70 years Ray Willi ams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern Owners 30t N How a rd Avenue Tampa, FL 33801 Ph: (813) 253 FaJt: (8 1 3 ) 2 5 1-491 2 Email: raywm s OIJ.net REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Prid e 4615 E. Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626. 2332 2004. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING OR VISITATION. 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. c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH FLORIDA DIVISION H Case No. 07-000192 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually : -(Plaintiffs) vs. HATTIE DAVIS, Individually, JOHN WATSON, Individually, THERESA I. WATSON, Individually, a/kla THERESA WATSON ATKINS, CARRIE MAE WORTHY, Individually, and HATTIE BELL McLEOD, Individually (Defendants) .. NOTICE OF ACTION ; TO: Hattie Bell Mcleod, u. Individually, C Last Known Address of. Z 3507 11th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 .. CC And c Defendanfs Unknown rn Spouse, Heins, Devisees, W Grantees, Judgment ::::: Creditors, And All Other 1-' Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against w Said Named Defendant. HEREBY C N011FIED that an -action to quiet i:lnd confirm title in rn. : the following described real :J property located in ID Hillsborough County, Florida: ::::: -. D. North % of the South 2/5 of the z East % of the SW % of the NE Wj:: theSE Y. of, Section 8, Township 28 South; Range 20 :::t East, Hills'b.()rougn County, ::::: Florida, less :the West 30 feet ID for road right of way. I _. j,-' ..J W z. the "P roperty". .i= z has been filed by the Plaintiffs, Parsram KhOblal and Naimoon Khubla! ; against you. .. w rn' C( Q 9 u;> DO .. w C!) You are required to serve a copy of your. written defenses,if any; to the Verified Complaint to Quiet Tax Title on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA. R .. GERACI, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont, Florida 34711,. on. or before April 23, 2007 and to file the ori'ginal with the Clerk of this r Court either before service on attorney or immediately thereafter. Otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in .the ., .. I n f :.... with the_ Americans Disabilities Act, persons needing special .accommodations to participate in this' hearing should contact the A.D.A. Coordinator not hiter than seven (7} da)ls. prior to the proceecling at 813-272-7040 or via Florida Relay Service at -800-955-8770. Da.ted this 1.1t.b -day 0 March. 2007. ... .. '. PAT COLLIER FRANK Clerk of the Cii'Cuit Court By: Ia/ HENRY SUBER, DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION f Case No. 06-06099 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually (Plaintiffs) .. vs. { DALTON UTSEY, Individually, and JAMES N. THOMAS, Trustee, Individually (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Dalton Utsey Individually Last Known Address of 6428 Brandy Drive, Spring tUII, FL 34607 and Defendanfs Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Judgment Creditors, And All Other Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Said Named Defendants YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to quiet and confirm title in following described real property located in Hillsborough County, Florida: South 113 of NW Y. of NE Y. of SE %, less right of way for Dale Mabry Highway, less West 300 feet recorded in the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, all lying and being in Section 21, Township 28 South, Range 18 East. the "Proj>erty". has been filed by the Plaintiffs, Parsram Khublal and Naimoon against you. You are' re-quired to serve a copy of your written defens es, if any, to the Complaint to Quiet Tax Title on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA R. GERACI, Esquire, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont; Florida, 34711, on or before April 16, 2007 and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter. Otherwise, a default will be ., entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. lri accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing should contact the A'.D.A. Coordinator not .later than seven (7} days prior to the proceeding at 813-272-7040 or via Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770. Dated this tl1h day of March. 2007. -. PAT COLLIER FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Ia/ HENRY SUBER, JR. DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO.: 05-CA-008041 -.. RIVERSIDE, INC. a Florida Corporation Plaintiff -vs.-JIV. INC., a Florida Corporation; JIWAT S. LALWANI; DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS \AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, DIVISION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO, and DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, Defendant( a) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the above-captioned matter I will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: Alcoholic Beverage Ucense No. 39-03448 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, Room 201/202, of the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, at 2:00 p.M. on Aprll12. 2007. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHEEI. THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. "In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation .. to participate in this hearing, should contact A.DA Coordinator not later than 1 (one) day prior to the proceeding at (813) 272-7040 or VIA Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770." Dated this 2mb_Oay of March. 2007 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough Florida .. By: lsi SANDRA GLENNON DErUTY CLERK Superior Hair & Body. studio .. Now Hiring Braiders, Stylists, And Nail Techs, With Great Attitudes & CreativeneSs (813) 930-2361 Call For Speciale Chtldcare .. PT Help Needed In Home Daycare Need 3 Hours Horne Daycare Class, CPR, And First Aide, Background .Check Interested Call (813) 621-0053 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for furnishing of all labor and materials and performing all work necessary and incidental to the construction of Athletic Tracks AsPhalt pavement at: Annwood High School, 12000 E. US Highway 92, Seffner, Fl. 33584; East Bay High School, 7710 Big Bend Road, Gibsonton, FL 33534; Coleman Middle School, 1724 South Manhattan Avenue, Tampa, FL 33629; and Van Buren Middle School, 8715 North 22nd Street, Tampa, FL 33804; and Parking Areas Asphalt Pavement at Kenly Elementary School, 2909 66th Street, Tampa, FL 33819; Lake Magdalene Elemen tary School, 2002 Pine Lake Drive, Tampa, FL 33612; Adams Middle School, 10201 N. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33812; Greco Middle School, 8925 E. Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace, FL 33817; Webb Middle School,-8035 Hanley Road, Tampa, FL Bus Transfer Depot at the Instructional Service Center, 2909 N. 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33605 will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of -Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy B oulevard, Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM, Tuesday, April 17, 2007.' (The mailing address is P. 0 Box 3408, Tampa, Florida 33601). Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud In the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor. of the School Administrative Center. ... Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. \ There will be a manditol)' Pre-Bid Meeting on Monday. APril 9, 2007 at 8:30 A,M. at the Maintenance Operations Center, Conference Room, 48.05 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Tampa, FL 33605, phone (813) 636; followed by a site meeting at East Bay High School ; frol')t office at approximately 1 0:30 A.M.; followed by a site meeting at Armwood High School, front office at approximately 11:30 A.M.; followed by a site meeting at Kenly Elementary School, front office at approximately 12:15 P M ; followed by a site meeting at Instructional Service Center, front office .at approximately 1:15 P.M. ; followed by a site meeting at Greco Middle School, front office at approximately 2:00 P.M.; followed by a site meeting at Van Buren Middle School, front office at approximately 2:45P.M.; followed by a site meeting at Adams Middle School, front office at approximately 3:15 P.M.; followed by a site meeting at Lake Magdalene Elementary School, front office at approximately 4:00 P.M.; followed by a site meeting Webb School, front ofllce at approximately 5:00P.M.; folloWed by a site meeting at Coleman Middle School, front office at approximately 6:00 P.M. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RE. SPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. : .:; .. ., .::.:: t. NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: -The School AdministrativeCenteJl :ls a'; "security" building, therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. A photo Identification \NIII need to be presented at this time. ,, : Plans and specifications may be obtained from the ard!itect at a cost of (Ten dollars) $10 a set per site Complete information regarding bidding documents and other information.may be obtained from the Engineer: Klslnger Campc) & (KCA) Engineering Inspection Planning Scott E. Stevens P. E. P.O. Box 25261 Tampa, FL 33622-5261 Phone (813) 871-6331 Fax (813) 871-5135 E-mail address sstevens@klslngercampo.com No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after date set for bid opening. .. THE SCHOOL BOARD OJ= HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA s' MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Barnett Inc. .. Now Hiring Caregivers for Developmentally .Disabled. And.Ciean Background Required Call Jamaal Barnett (813) 454-1145 CNA's/Med-:-Tech 2+ Years Experience, Must Have Current Certifications In First Aid/CPR Assistance With Medications Evening. Shifts Available Check Required Leave M8seage 813-454-5722 ,. ''" -. 'i'' --' :'"' Me-:! OPERATOR., NEEDED .. A B Dick '. 1 & 2 Color Experienc .ec( Preferred Full Time Position Apply In Person 5205 N. Lois rAvenue Tampa, FL 33614 Email Your Ada To: ledwarda@flsentinel.com Or Fax 2417 To: 813-248-9218


INVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to. receive sealed bids at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida, at which time bids will be opened and publidy read aloud Sealed bids are invited for the following : BID#07-03 RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM CONCOURSE AND SEATING BOWL JOINT REPLACEMENT PROJECT Bid Opening Date: Thursday, Aprll12, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference: Thursday, April 5, 2007 at 9:00a.m TSA Board Room Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority, Purchasing Department, (813) 350-6500 Extension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive irregularities, if any, and accept the proposal which in the judgment of the Authority is determined to be in its best interest. ;.? Dated at Tampa. Florida ttiis 27th Day of : March 2007 Jeanette M. Baker I Director of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID SEALED BIDS FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE FIRE ALARM AND/OR INTERCOM SYSTEMS AT: BING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HUNTERS-GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LINCOLN MAGNET SCHOOL ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Intercom System Only) STEWART MIDDLE SCHOOL / DURANT HIGH SCHOOL (Fire Alarm System will be .:ceived by the Board of CoJnty Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Th ird Floor Schoo J Administrat ive Center,-901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 3 : 00 PM, Thursday, Apri119, 2007. (The mailing address i s P 0 Box 3408, Tarnpa, Florida 33601 ) Bids will nofbe accepted after 3 :00 P .M. ofthe above date : Bids -will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the Administrative Ce!"ter. ., Contracto rs desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding docui'Tl8nts. -.,l I .. J There _will be a mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting at 10:00 A.M. sharp, on Thursday. Aoril 5, 2007 at Hillsborough County Public Schools A/C & Energy Management Department located at 4905 E. 32nd Ave .. Tampa FL 33605. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. THERE ARE tiQ EXCEPTION$. : Each Bid must be accompanied by a Certified check or' bid bond i n tiTe SECTION 00020 -INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Progress Village Middle Magnet School Renovation Project will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 11, 2007. (The mailing address is P.O Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 P.M. of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud In the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Friday, April 8, 2007 at 10:00 A.M. atthe school located at 8113 Zinnia Drive Tampa, Florida 33819. Chlldcare.Teachers Needed CDA Required Full Time Positions Available Call (813) 248-3073 Mortgage BrokersAnd loan Officers Wanted FT/PT Great Commission!!! No Experience -Will Train .. Fu (813) 436-5108 IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE Or Call (813) 933-5097 DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED '-----------:----' ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID. THERE ARE HQ EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders: The School Admlnlstl'lltlve Center Is a "security!' building; therefore, vlsltoni will be required to obtain a Vhiltors Pau prior to entering the building. Photo _Identification will need to be presented 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 Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, will within ten (1 0) Calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of HillsbEif'Ough County, Florida, in accordance with the accepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent (1 00%) of the Contract amount. 2. Contractor Qualification Statement .. 3. Public Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirty days (30) days after the date set for the opening of the Bids. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affinnative Action Plar as Identified with the bidding docu ments. Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the office of the A r chitect : '. Reliable Group Architects .. -309 South Willow Ave. .. .. Tarripa, Florida ...... (813)228-2220 Attn: Shannon Smith : ,' : The School Board of Hillsborough County reserves the right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive any Informality, or Irregularity In any Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received, THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS ,. Child Care Now Hiring FIT & PIT .. Teachers .For Infants, Toddlers, And Pre-K Mom And Aftermoon Shifts Available .. Call (813) 9104163 "This Is It" .. ... : Licensed, Motivated And Professional StYlists Are Invited To Grow With Us .. Call-Jay (813 ) 458s:0711 .. Don't Vlfaitl ... -'11 Now Hiring Fff & PIT, Teachers' For Infants, Toddlers Ahd Pre-K. Morning And Afternoon Shifts Available. : Call (813) 910-4163 Live-In Care Giver For Small Group Home, 2.: -Days Off-Prus Pay ._,.. No ConviCted ', "' .; Felons Apply 1: -' S37-4843 Chlldcare Teachers Needed ., -40 Hours CPR/First Aide .. Full Time: ,.. Positions Available Will Tra1n .Cali (813) 237-8771 -... 'TJ ro c:. )> (I) m z ::::! z p!< I m. C: r-:-: rm .::::! z ., c: m r-c;; ::::t: m c m'. < m ...... c: tt: m (I) c ., ?< )> ,. z.' C 'TJ. ::a, c .. amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid : a guarantee the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, will within ten (1 0) calendar days after written notice be)ng given of such award enter into a written Contract with the Hillsborough County Public Schools, Florida, in accordance with the accepted Bid, give a surety bond 'Satisfactory to the ,: Hillsb9rougf1 County PubliC SChools equal to one hundred percent (100%) o _, ?< AVON,,:: the ContractAmount: ...... PLATINUM BANK Is currently seeking the. following highly qualified Individuals : of after date Cominerelal LO.n' (Plant City Office): Options to Earn More ... ; :' .. .: : -. Responsible tor. all daily processing, doc prep,. maintenance .' : : Money. :$. :ro Buy qr Earn,' Very, Sm.all Investment Now With More The Hiilsborough county Public Schools : reserves the right to award the aid & closlrig of. complex commercial loans. Heavy customer "' ., '" ;J\ to the lowest ancuor best Bidder; to waiVe any informality or irregularity in contact. KnoWledge of lending compliance/UCC requirements .' .: (813 ) 832-4 82 f, ( ...... a plus; LaserPro kiJOWiedge pref. Must possess a min of3 yrs TO ALL BIDDERs: The School -exp. as a Commercial Loan Administrator. ." .-. .. .:: security" building, therefore, vlsltora will be ritqu!ritd to o._ln. a .: .. :-:. .. -.. : Now' Hiring :,. Vlaitora Pas Prior to entering the building. A w111 Dposlt _Customer. Service L -. ..:..... .. -.._ ._ ,. to be prantlld at thla time. ,. -. ., ()fJice): Duties Include the open'"g, mamtenance & closmg _. -: ... ..-' -:_ of-ec4stomer deposit accounts, preparing wire. and other Barbers And Bra1ders For An Plans and apeclflcatlona may be obtained from tl}e Complete customer transfers, and answering telephones. Min of 3 yrs. :. Upscale Siton With A _. inf9rmation bidding docUments _nd .. exp: as a 'banking customer 'service representative ProfesSional AtmosPhere obtained fnMn the Engineer: stO tact .. Located ln'lutz' : ,' :, . c;u mer con _. _.-.(Pasco County)' ,; i KBA Eng..-...ng, Inc:. .. : All respondents must present a stable work'history along with (81 3) MI -.. ... Suite 101 .' excellent communicatiOn and computer skills. Lutz, FL 33541 113 tot-1MI .. Is commensurate with experience, excellen_ t EOE: THE scHOOL BOARD oF FLORIDA ReplY In to: J Platinum Bank, Fax (813) 851-9434 MARYELilN ELlA or email us at Patrosa@platlnumbank.com SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS GET NOTICE PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY EVERY TUESDAY, CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 FOR MORE INFO CLASSIFIED NEEDS.. _:_ Email Your Ada To:.._: ledwardsOftaentlnel.com Or Fax 24f7 813-248-9218 .. -a )io (i) m ... CD


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An: FBI news release about c w.as caught Henderson said she was. : a 0: JU_st, of interest" in four or' ston show s Most_. five additional per_ : :Snd up to. 50 othe:r: shootings.;. C inclusion on the .list::' ; -. .. The FBI's Web s1te listed .. Henderson was being as "considered .. Q he!d ?n. bond, armed and extremely ffi .. dtd not gerous." ,. NATIONAL Community Moums'Loss Of Officers JEFFREY SHELTON AND SEAN CLARK CHARLOTTE, N.C.-People in the community are in sh6ck and disbelief after two CharlotteMecklenburg police officers Demetrius were killed in the line ofduty. Officers at police headquar ters Monday were still in disbelfef after officers Sean Clark and Jeff Shelton were kilLed while responding >i6 if .-:disturbance call Saturday. night at an apart.: IDertt coinple,x j .. Clia:tlotte. < ,. Demetrius Montgomery,: 26, was taken into. custody just hours after' Clark. and Pastor Killed During .. -. Holnelnvas1on HOUSTON_:_ A pastor was shot to death during a -home invasion in south Houston early Wednesday, KPRC Local 2 reported. Houston police said two men broke into. a home in the 14500 block of Almeece Street near Buffalo Speedway at about 1:_30 a.m Lee Perry O'Neal, 56, .. and his wife were in a back bedroom of -their whEm ,. the two inen entered demanding money and jewelry, police said. Investigators O'Neal PASTOR LEE O'NEAL and his wife were forced Into a hallway bathroom while wbo red the men ransacked the bandannas, assaulted the house. man's wife before they left The two .men forced the hoine, polke said.' O'Neal out of the bathroom Paramedics treated her for at gunpoint and a struggle minor physical injuries : ensued, police said._ O'Neal O'Neal and his wife were wa8 shot and the men fled. recently married and recent-O'Neal died at the scene, ly moved to Houston from investigaiors said. :. Beaumont : --. ;;:::::) t--. Shelton were shot to death. : It is not c1 ear why .. r---==.:-:--:-::-:-:::;--:--::-:;::;u-_;_ftiHiu ..,. ;r'"' "i::;.iu- i'.::i',iC. >. a:w > w c w :::z::: en :::J Dl ::I a. z i=. I w ...1 .;J ::I Dl ..J w z i= z c( C -::; Attorney Eric T. Taylor Montgomery. allegedly gunned down the officers or why he was .at that apart.. ment complex. -It -appears CRIMINAL DEFENSE '-\ neither officer had time to draw their own weapon. ACCIDEN':f'S Miller did not know her EMINENT DOMAIN neighbor has been, arrested .... ----=-----=----...,, at least three times in the NEW LOCATION.. last .few years of! everything 320 w.. Kennedy B lvd Su.ite. from resisting an officer to domestic violence. He's -259-4444 scheduled to face a judge Tuesday on two counts of Former Asst. Attorney for Florida murder for allegedly gunning Former Hillsborough P!:osecutor down the two Charlotte o{fi-The hiring. of a law;er is an that sbouid not based solely upon cers. ". advertisements Before you dectcde, ask U'> to send you free wtitten infonnation about Fune:t:al a rrangements are _ca_ti-:ons-:-an-d_e_xpe_n_e_nc..;,e_. not yet Shelton was a six year veteran of the a: o ...1 u. department. Clark .had been ...... --.----:---.-""7-1 on the force for a little more \ _,--" .... ., For life insurance; -;.-.-... :go with -someone you T -., Call ,0 help you get the right life fot'}'Pu and your family. :;oi' ....... v White. Agent 14940 N Florida Avenue. Tampa, Bus: 813-961-6661 : than a.year. Both leave behind a wife. Clark is also survived by a young boy and his wife is expecting their second child in June. As the day. wore on, scores of witnesses told detectives what ;;.-:it they knew ... 'Investigators searched for : .. every shred of evidence they could find, and after hours of answering' questioii's, 3602 7th Avenue _Tampa. FL --Montgomery charged 241 2301 247 3719 with two 'counts of first -or: ; murder for the.'deaths of Clark and Shelton. .Keys_ Made herma.white.bxghCstatefa rm.com The charge came less th8n 24 hours after'the two offi. e ... LID A GOCX> 'NIIIGBBOL .. STATB.PADII8 TBBa:J."' '. )' I ., -cers heac;led to an e 'ast Charlotte apartment complex to check on a disturbance call. They got only as far as the parking lot before strug-.. gling with Montgomery; police said. The shooti;ng hap..... i..atex Flat.Wh ite Paint ... Oil Outside'White Pair-.t ......... $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ... ......... .... .$2.49 ea. 3 Brushes ................. ..... .99 ea. pened during the struggle, SA. LE P .RICES c OOD police said. Police Chief Darrel Stephens said both LIMIT 2 WITH THIS A D ONLY!! officers still had their guns in .. tb,ei.r. RCillsters; .-. ",-. '. .._,


CRIME ,. Suspect Sought In Shooting The Tarnpa Police Department is investigating the overnight n1urder. of. Maurice Walton, 34. Police said Walton left his vehicle at the corner of 45th 'Street. and East 22nd Avenue at n p m Saturday. He got into a vehicle with two friends to-gp to a party in Seffner, police s a id -A(2:30 a.'il.i, Walton. and cle WhenWalton got out of his friend's vehicle; he 'was MAURICE WALTON ,several > times. His I father of 6 gunned down in fled -to a nearby gas front of his friends. station to call 9-11. Police -: I. .. arc still searching for a sus-. pcct. .. was Thursday. We saw each -..Walton's mother, Brenda other often, but I didn't Liburd, said her son was a know anything about the .. attend" pa:rty or th friends he was Br'aridoi1High SchooL : with. Tbe father of 6 owned a Ms. Liburd said her son .... _:.; .for: n1arri c d his wife Veronica called Trucking. in October of last year after Walton l1ad a J)air of sons. a lengthy courtship. .both named Maurice, At this time, police said another. son. Sha.quia, a they are still searching for a daug hter, Shainaria, anothsuspect. Anyone who was in -er daughte r ; Regina, add the area and heard or saw daughter that' Hvcs suspicious is asked. --, :to call Tampa Police at (813) I sa w :him 231 6 ) .. '35. -A k-. ,-,:. :r ... -... -:;. : port.. : "'.;".( ..... .... --F Iorida .. -. Adve rtisers .................. -..... ... -... ... _,.,., ... ,.,,. .... ..... ....-. ........................... Offi_ ces ',. of Andrew Shein, P.A. Tampa Uncle:Sandy Says .. 6, 8,11 There's plen ty 1 5, 17, 19 23 of time to 25, 27, 30,35 be dead." Family Offers Reward -1996 Cold Case Murder c m U) 0 ...... )> :XI ;::. 1\) ':.) The Tampa Police Department and family members of Troy McPeak are offering a reward for information that may lead to the arrest of suspects in his murder. charge, and on Marc h 5 : 1999, was sentenced t o :z:,: years in prison. The case has been assigned to the department's Cold Case Team. McPeak was beaten to death on January 7, 1996 in Giddens .Park near Hillsborough Avenue. Investigators were able to follow a: blood trail from the crime scene .that led them. to the home of Emilli o Demon J enkins, 30. PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriff's detectives are il\vestigating a shooting that occurred a t a Pinellas Park Motel Friday morning. According to the report, the shooting occurred in the parking lot of the Sunny Moon Motel at 12600 U. S. 19, North. Detectives said Tamaa Taylor, 29, shot Gerund Long, 2 7 severa l times wi t h a handgun then fled in EMILLIO JENKINS ..... serving 22-year sentence Jenkills was convicted em a second-degree murder TAMAA TAYLOR The original investigation revealed the possibility o f others being involved in t h e offense, but detectives h a ve riot been able to obtain. e v i 7 :. den{!e supporti.ng charges < against else McPeak's has raised $5,000 as a reward-in hdpes it will .bring fotward new witnesses-in the case. The money will be awarded to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of a suspect GERUND LONG "'D c: m !: en :I: m c a ve h i cle. Shortly after the shooting, a PSTA Bus with passe ngers _. a board cam e u p o n t h e scene. The driver believed Long had been struck by a c a r and stoppe d to ren d e r aid a n d c a ll for help. D e t ectives have interviewed t h e occupants ... being sought by authorities in shooting m < m shot several time sin motel :a parking lot. Condition < unknown at this time c;! on the bus and revie wed sui::v eillance video from the buey. ......_ A w a rrant has be e n issu e d for t h e arrest of Taylor ori an attempted murde r -charge He is describ e d a s a Black male, wei ghing 190 pound s and standing 5'10'' tall. Results>ln: 28 Arrests POLK COUNTY Mohamed F athy, 27; J o e l According to the Polk Phe l a n 32; Thiago County Sheriffs Office, 28. Ribeiro; 25; T hierry p eople were charged w ith Ferron, 44; Matthe w tryin g t o so li c i t sex from a C hitty 2 9 i Manual minor foll o w i n g a weeklong 3 1 ; Donald undercover sting calle d Getty, 4 0 ; .Mich a e l Operation Cyber Hawk. Jackson,. '17; Ric hard Polk County d eputies Ilgenfriz, 29; Souhail arrested the men whe n they Kme d 45; Thomas s a y the s u s p ec t s s howed up Bradley, 22; C laude a t a house afte r setting up Lah o ud, 52; S hane encounte r s ov e r t h e Internet 28; with whom. they thoug h t Garah, 3.1; D i ego were young gi rls. 2 0 ; Arreste d in the sting w ere: D e r e k Gray, 23; Giovann'i J o nath a n Tompkins 19; Desanit, 27; Julio m en c )> z c ., :a c Milton Roe, 42; Anthony. ROGERNEILHARRIS S egundo, 2 1 ; R i c h ard 32; Roger Gaugh, 55: Michae l Harri s 37; Wong Rodr iguez-Torres, 19; -Rype l 30, a n d James John s o n 34;.-Chtt-istian ___


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