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62 Years In The Tampa Bay Area --Students' Arrests Stun Family Friends SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A INSIDE THIS EDITION Deltas Celebrate 60th. Anniversary ( 'SEE. PAGE 2-A Lupus Sufferer Needs Walkers SEEPAGE 3-A Partnership Decides Fate Of Bar lite SEE PAGE 4-C Deputies Probe Fatal ShoOting SEE PAGE 23.:A 1st ANNUAL MEDICAL JEOPARDY COMPETITION On Tuesday, April 10th, members of the BEST (Brain Expansion Scholastic Training) Program held their First Annual Medical Jeopardy Competition at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center. The program .is designed to encourage and enable youths to pursue health care professions. During the competition, the con t estants were quizzed on information they had learned throughout the year. Among those on. hand for the competition included Dr. Dexter Frederick, CEO, Ms. Margaret Butler left, and Ms. Jody Lazzara, both of whom are members of the Board of Directors of the program. (Photograph by Jerry Brunson).


FEATURES 0 0 C'll cr) ,... ...J a: a. <( a: LL. > C a: u. c z <( c en w ::: .... w > w c w ::E: en :::; m ::: a. z ;::;: w ...J ...J ::: m ..:, w z !Z w en C3 a: 0 ...J Ll. Local Delta Chapter Celebrates 60th Anniversary Program To Help Improve Reading Of 4-Year-Old Children MARIAN LAURIA-DAVIS, President of Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. In the spring of f94 7, seven women from throughout the Tampa Bay area foqned the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. This weekend, members of the organization will celebrate its 60th anniversary. Throughout the years, the organization has been led by: Sorors Nathalie Sheehy Smith, first president, inda Harris Reddick, Ada Duhart McCray, Mary Holt Bunch, C. Bette Wimbush, Florine Able, Mary Stevens, Lillie Covington, Altamease Hamilton, Ollie Hunter, Mary Padgett, Sweetrix Williams, E. Jean Bolden, Gloridine McNair, Arthenia Joyner, Yolanda Lee, Paulette Walker, Doris Scott, and Joanell Lawson. Anderson Elementary Academy is working extra hard to ensure that fouryear-olds are ahead of the curve when it comes to their reading. The school is calling itself The Home of the Gap Erasers because of their new involvement in the Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Program. The program was voted into state law in 2002, and requires schools to offer the program to prepare four-year-olds for kindergarten. This is the first year that Anderson is participating in the pro-WRETTAANDERSON Executive Director, Anderson Elementary Academy's VPKProgram The founding members of the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., were Sorors Linda Reddick, Nathalie Smith, Ruth Moore, Mary Bunch, Ada Duhart McCray, and Eula Bennett. Soror Rosalind Williams is not shown in the picture. gram. 6,000-word deficit in their "We are happy to partici-vocabulary compared to pate in something that will other races," said give kids a jump start for Anderson. "That is why kindergarten. We want chil-we're calling ourselves the Soror Marian LauriaDavis is the organization's current president and Soror Altamease Hamilton has the distinction of being the chapter's senior member with 44 years of service. Today, firmly established in its mission to serve a noble purpose" of improving_ the health a'nc;i welfare of its commuruty, the organization continues to thrive.Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., is known throughout the community for two of its fundraising events that serve to bring people together from all walks of life. Those events are the "J abberwock" and the "Queen Of Hearts" Ball. The first ball was introduced in 1954 and has been a commu nity favorite since that time: Ms. Marian LauriaDavis, current president dren from our community to Gap Erasers because we said, "Today, 60 years later, be prepared, and we feel like want to close the gap we are still standing and we have the staff and train-between white children and stronger than ever. We con-ing to do said Loretta African-American tinue to serve the people of Anderson, Executive Anyone interested in registhe community so they can Director for the school's tering their child can pick live a much fuller and better VPK Program. up registration forms at life." Anderson and her staff Anderson Elementary A series of events have are guaranteeing that fourAcademy located at 3304 N. been planned to celebrate the year-olds will be able to read Sanchez Street. Registration anniversary. The theme is._ at o.r above their level once must be turned into "Diamonds and Pearls: a they complete 'the summer the Board of. Renaissance of Yesterday, program. The program is Hillsborough County located Today, and Tomorrow." scheduled to begin in June, at 1002 E. Palm Avenue. Events for the celebration and students will be fed a ."Registration is free. will take place April 13th light breakfast, lunch and For niore information, through the 15th and will snack_ while at Anderson please call (813) 242-4138 include national recording Elementary.' Transportation Reporter I Writer artists, an anniversary lun-to and from the school will A!f-tione Davis can :be .. cheon, and will culminate not be provided: reached at (813) 248-1921. with a "Jabberwock 2007 "We've found that African-He can also be reached at -Renaissance ... A Harlem American children face a adavis@flsentinel.com Tea." Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at ir[.s@jlsentinel. com. CONGRATULATIONS WARREN DAWSON 2007 GRADUATES High school o r college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves recognition. 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. FEATURES Woman Afflicted With Lupus Needs Walkers For Walk-A Thon In January 1995, Colette McDonald suddenly felt fatigued all the time and was suffering a tremendous loss of weight. She was hospitalized, and the doctors told her something she was not prepared for. Doctors told Ms. McDonald she had con. tracted Lupus, and there was no cure for the disease. Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body's own defense attacks otherwise healthy tissue. 'clinically, it can affect multiple organs including the heart, skin, joints, kidneys and nervous system. Although Ms. McDonald has endured tremendous pain and suffering since being diagnosed with the disease, she has only had two flare-ups, the latest March 26th and she said she thought she wasn't going to survive. "It was only through God I'm still here today." On May 12th at AI Lopez Park on the corner of Martin :., CO LEITE MCDONALD Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Himes Avenue, the Alliance for Lupus Research will sponsor a "Walk With Us" walkathon to help raise funds for the research and cure of Lupus. It will start at 10 a.m. The 3.1-mile walkathon hopes to bring together peo ple from the community who suffer from the disease, their family members and friends. The medication Ms. McDonald takes is very 7. expensive and only treats the symptoms. There is no cure. "I'm completely disabled, and if it weren't for a friend and an aunt, I'd be on my own. The changes in the weather have an adverse affect on me and I've had to twice close my restaurant. I'm the only one in my family from .either my father or mother's side to ever have the disease." Ms. McDonald invites everyone to come out and support her. Anyone wanting to join her team, called "Hope," or become a sponsor can contact her at (813) 242-6162, or(813) 495-7144 ''You'll never know if the disease will strike you or a member of your family. Make sure when you go to your doctor for an examination, you ask them to check to see if you have Lupus. Early detection could help." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentinel. com. Bone Marrow Drive Planned Two bone marrow drives will be held this weekend to benefit Joseph Grimsley and others who have been diagnosed with a life threatening leukemia. This his mother, Mrs. Ethel Grimsley, will host three donor drives in the bay area. The first will be held on Saturday, April 14th, a drive will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the YMCA of Greater St Petersburg, 3200 1st Ave S. St Petersburg, FL 33712. South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, at Fowler Field. And the third will be held on Sunday, April i5th, from 10 a .m. until 2 p m., at Without Walls International Church, 2511 North Grady Avenue. The second will be held on Saturday, April 14th, from 12 to 5 p.m., at the University of Those who can donate must be between the ages of 18 and 60 and in generally good health. The test is a "swab" test and the person's name will be placed on the national bone marrow registry. For more information contact the Florida Blood Services at 800-68BLOOD, Ext. 2110; or www .fbsblood.org Post Office To Host Passport Fair With the recent change in port renewals. regulations regarding pass-The passport fair will be ports more citizens are find-.held on Saturday, April 14, ing that they are in need of a 2007 at the Produce Post passport for travel and are Office, 2810 E. Hillsboapplying for passports in record numbers. rough Avenue, from 8 a.m. To ease the crunch the 12 Noon. Tampa Post Office is hosting Eleven Passport Acceptance a passport fair to facilitate clerks and additional personthe processing of new passnel will be on hand to process port applications and pass-. applications and take photos. "T1 r 0 ::D -en m z m r:I:D c: I= ., c: tD ,-, c;; '% m c m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z c "T1 ::D B Paid Polltlcal Add paid for and approved by Gwen Miller Candidate for City Council Dil'll t.


..... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS M' ,.... ...1 a: D.. < >"' ic( c a: u. c a: u. c z < c (/J w ::1 t-> a: w > w c w :I: (/J :::i m ::1 D.. z i= w -I -I ::1 m ...:. w z i= z w (/J < c a: 0 -I u. FLOR I DA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue. Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. () 1990 94 CP Timelntemational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Perodical Post age Paid At Tampa. FL W .W. Andrews. 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions $44 .0 0-Per Year Both Editions: $87 .00P e r Year One Edition. Op1nions expressed on edtorial pages otthis newspaper by Columnists or Gue st Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance o l The Floridl Sentinel Bulletin Of the Pub lis her ocal and national newspapers continued to i ,report incidents of racial, religious and general ., : slurs and insensitive remarks and actions on the part of movie stars and entertainers. So, it should come as no surprise that radio commentator Don Imus, who has a history of making insulting remarks, has once again offended some group. This time it is women in general, and Black women in particular. Calling the Rutgers University predominantly Black women's basketball team, "nappy-headed hos" in his latest slur. With a history of saying things in the past that demean Blacks, Jews, gays, ethnic groups and women with little to no opposition, Ainericans have allowed lmus to feel comfortable getting away with mean spirremarks. However, he stepped over the line again this time and both women and Black activists are fighting back. lmus is a classic example of how racism and bigotry will march boldly down Main Street when people are silent. We are convinced that all Americans should take a collective selective buying stand against this latest episode of media bad behavior, and should let our music, television and radio networks know we are tired of hearing-the "N" word, and women being referred to as female dogs and garden tools. Furthermore, it is time to stop referring to men as dawgs. And finally, it is time to buy productS-and shop in stores which clearly demonstrate by their choices of media outlets and advertising that they respect all ethnic and gender groups. We MUST respond firmly and decisively to both Don Imus and the music industry. Let our wallets and pocketbooks do the talking. NAACP Report Card Gives A's To Nelson And Davisl ngratulations are an order to two local Congressional District represen'tatives who ecently received. "A's" OI\. the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's (NAA'CP's) 109th Congressional Legislative Report Card during the last session. Both Sen. Bill Nelson and former Rep Jim Davis received grades of "A" on the report card. The grades are used to measure how members of the House and Senate vote on issues advocated by the NAACP on its Civil Rights agenda. Sen. Nelson and Rep. Davis are among the 12 senators, and 41 house representatives who voted with the NAACP on 100% of selected bills. Among both Davis and Nelson agreed with the .NAACP on were increasing Section 8 housing vouchers, funding for community development and legal aid, multi-lingual assistance for voters, environmental racism, financial help for AIDS medication, funding for edu-< cation and energy assistance and not indemnifying .gun makers from lawsuits resulting from gun viow lence! Unfortunately, they were unsuccessful in CJ achieving the last four measures. if We encourage our readers to visit the NAACP's web-Re parati o ns: Challenge American Democracy To Get Better (Series) ... here is not a problem (that emerges daily in America, including the likes of last week's Don lmus' racial slur, that cannot be traced or found rooted in American slavery. This is why we should finally embrace the doctrine of slave reparations. Such a doctrine would serve as the new and continuous packaging of Civil Rights gain into the fundamental struggle. When we say, "We want slave reparations" we are addressing the damaging affronts rendered to Black people and their ancestors at least since 1619. These affronts can be identified in all forms of racism and racial discrimination including racial slurs, economic discrimination, political, psychological, social, and all such forms of human endeavors. found in and under the pillars of life. As these racial evils such as the Imus racial remarks are exposed, the remedy must be packaged in some form of reparations measured in terms of economic and political identity. The broadcasting institution, which has employed the author of such heinous comments, should be investigated and made to stand the scrutiny of racism. If the company is segregated or seen to have a history of promoting such negative attitudes and conduct, let it be made to bear a most meaningful reparation measured in dollars. This is the best way to apologize to those women at Rutgers and African-Americans past and present. This is what we mean by meaningful slave reparations. CBS must clean up its mess. If Imus called these educated and successful young Black ladies hos, to what extent would he try to demean the average Black woman who is doing the very best she can to make a life for herself in this competitive society. -Let us think reparations, seek reparations, effectively define reparations and get back to the business sadly left undone. God help us as a nation. I How Hard Is It To Do The Right Thing? week, legislators n the hill had the opportunity to meet Alan Crotzer in person. At that point, he was no longer a nameon a piece of paper or a photograph the newspa per. Now, he is real and his situation is reaL The problem is, Crotzer has been real for he past 24 years, but nobody saw him, nobody heard him, and few were willing to help him. He is the personification of the countless souls committed to prisons throughout the country for crimes they did not commit; .-. seems as if by not compensating such individuals, they can ignore the tragedy that changed the lives of such people. But they -fail to change places with the Crotzers. Some don't want to admit that these people have been wrongly c .onvicted, wrongly incarcerated, and continue to be victimized by a system that is clearly not without fault. However Crotzer and the team that has supported him in his quest first for freedom and then for compensation, refuse to be ignored any-. more. They refuse to go away without at least heard. And as a direct result of Crotzer is one of.the faceless, nameless individuals who were falsely incarcerated and when finally released, their persistence, peopie like was turned out into a world Crotzer are being cleared of he didn't recognize 'without the crimes they have been even an apology. accused, largely by the One of the numerous undisputable DNA,. in a tions that come to mind.is trickle'tliat promises to how can any legislator want become a stream. to .deny compensation for I fail to understand why someone such as him? But there is any need for discus. they time and sion: _The system, h ,as been.shown time and again is far from perfect. Therefore, there should have been a mechanism in place to compensate such individu als. Crotzer is not the first to be cleared after' spending a great part of his life in jaiL And sadly, many of these individuals were sentenced to die for crimes they didn't commit. So, why shouldn't they be compensated?-After : none ;of us. have the. power '"to 1 tU.'rn back the hands of tiint! and their stolen years ,; And, them out into a world they are unfamiliar with and a $100 is not compensation. Here are just a few names of those who were released from prison after spending years. David Keaton, Wilbert Lee, Freddie Pitts, Delbert Tibbs, Jame.s Richardson, Bradley P. How hard is it to do the right thing? site (www.naacpnet.org) at least once a month to keep abreast of both. the NAACP's legislative, and corporate report cards that grade both Congress and national retail sales corporations. It's also a good idea to join your local NAACP Chapter to receive a copy of the organization's information-loaded Crisis magazine.


1_._-._ .. ... T h _._ e -.s .... --1 What Day May Never Comelj following takes -} place in my imagi- > nation. Officials wanted to set the meeting up in the major studio of one of the local television stations. But because of a need for privacy and honesty, away from the prying eyes of the media, that idea was turned down. Instead, both Don lmus, his staff and members of the Rutger's women's basketball team decided to meet in the backroom of an outof-the-way restaurant. They decided to meet over dinner, a la carte so to make sure there were no almost inaudible. The young women looked quizzically at him, then at each other. What happened to Don lmus' voice? Had the proverbial cat got his tongue? What he said was, "Look, I want you's to know I'm unbelievably sorry that anything I said may have insulted, hurt or harmed any of you guys ... because you gotta understand, that was never my intent. .. believe me. I'm dyin' inside! So, I hope you'll accept my apology and can be friends ... because guess what? I'M ONE OF YOUR BIGGEST FANS!!" The cultural goofs or miscues. most hideous, self-ingratiThe following is what hap-ating smile flashed its way pened. across lmus' face, like a Members of the Rutger's gash of gums and yellow women's basketball team teeth! He laughed out loud! and their coach arrived a But he laughed alone. half hour early. A nervous A young woman named maitre'd welcomed them to Essence was first to the restaurant, and escort-speak. Skewering lmus ed them to a mahogany with fathomless brown paneled, chandeliered eyes, she asked quietly as a There, each debutante, "Sir, why did woman was seated in front you call us those names?" of the finest China, clearest lmus wanted to say, crystal arid silver that "What? What names?'' But shimmered like starlight. hi-s guilt choked him. So, Forty min.Ites later, Don instead he answered, "I meant no harm, really I Imus arrived, pressed 111 d'd 1 1 I" 1 t th" t. "th 1 nt. twas a po yes er, w 1 Essence's white team-every strand ot h1s usually H th t k mate, e a er, oo up frazzled pompadour 111 th h "A k ? C 11 e c arge, JO e. a 111g place. He, h1s manger and h d d someone a nappy-ea e a woman who seemed to be h k ? I d 't fi d t o IS a JO e. on 111 I his lawyer greeted. the funny!" lmus' lawyer was representatives about to speak, but the disc with nervous handshakes jockey cut her off. "No, I and evasive looks, then sat don't find it funny now. But down to start at the table at the time, it was just cloth. something spontaneous Throats were cleared. No that came out! Look, one spoke immediately. haven't you ever said someThe youn3 women's coach thjng one minute that you. was first to speak, after wished the next minute. conferring with a person who was no doubt a university attorney. An eloquent, beautiful woman who could easily have passed for a movie star gazed into an arch of widespread fingers, took a deep breath and said, "On behalf of the young ladies gathered here this evening, and on behalf of Rutgers University, we thank you. Mr. lmus, and your staff iut agrt>"ing to meet with us. \\ e know you're a busy man. But as yuu're aware, what stands between us is something that we feel must be dis_cussed." lmus nodded that he agreed to the coach's introduction. Then he spoke, at first, so quietly he was you'd never said? Besides, you girls tell me that none of you have ever used the word 'ho' to describe somebody, even a friend." Essence responded. "First of all sir, we're not girls. We're young women. Secondly, we're not hypocrites. But what about you? Don't you feel any responsibility? Do you have a daughter? Would you call your daughter a 'ho?' Don Imus looked into Essence's unsmiling eyes, he looked into the eyes of the young women seated around him who were waiting for an answer, and for the first time in his life, a cat stole his tongue! I know. It's just my imagination. COLUMNS "TI ::0 c )> "tJ ::0 r-...1. !Condemn The Message And The Messenger! alk show host Don lmus said some horri \ : ble things about the Rutgers predominantly Black female basketball team. His comments were racial, disrespectful, meanspirited, dehumanizing and completely out of place. On his nationally televised show, he called the Rutgers players, "nappy-headed hos." Many Blacks and Black organizations took the man to task. It was what they should have done, and it is what he so rightly deserved. If anything, I am disappointed that even more Blacks did not take him, his television network and his sponsors to task. Maybe a lot of Blacks weren't upset at all not enough to get involved. A two-week suspension for this loose-lipped individual isn't enough. It amounts to no more than a slap on the wrist. He really .should be fired. While there is no excuse for lmus, it has etched a question in my mind that I must ask. Is it the message or is it the messenger? In other words, is it what is said that is important or is it who said it that matters? Anybody who disrespects our race of women should be taken to task. It should not matter the color, the race, the occu pation or the occasion. This includes the gangster rappers, comedians, Black people, white people or anybody else who engages in racist and disrespectful comments about Black people. Not even Bla.ck people should be allowed to engage in this kind ofconduct. Black people or African Americans must immediately stop supporting anybody, and any group that degrades our women and our race. When I say anybody, I mean anybody. In short, in these situations, we must condemn both the message and the messenger. What message do we send to others when we accept this degrading from Blacks. We should not buy music, their clothes or attend their shows. We should not accept this kind of conduct from other races of people, and we cannot and should not accept it from our own. Think about it. Are we saying to others that it is all right for Blacks to degrade other Blacks, but no other race can? The time has long passed when we feel that it is all right for the.kettle to 'call the pot dirty names. born, you start dying. What happens in-between determines whether the journey was worthwhile or just a waste Don't live your life to waste. Don't treat it like it "TI r-0 ::0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-1 OJ c: r rm :::! z To Live You Must Die means nothing. Don't treat "tJ the lives of others like it j thing that is very precious and can be taken away at any time. Some of us take life for granted. We live as if we are guaranteed there will be a tomorrow. But if we stop long enough to look around us, we began to notice a lot of the people who have traveled with us are gone. another is not important to you. It's easy for some to use violence to make their point or to settle arguments. That is a behavior that 'is picked up from their environment. To enjoy life, you first have to understand what it is. Life is something God grants you. means nothing. Everyone deserves an opportunity to decide what they want to do with their lives. It's a shame we can't live together in harmony without trying to destroy each other. There's nothing worth the kind of anger and hostility that would make you kill someone. r-u; ::::1: m c m < m ::0 -< c: m (/) c )> z c It's a shame when that journey is cut short by the hands of another. No one has the right to cut anyone's life short. But when you hold no value on the life of Once you1ve been given life, the first thing you have to do is appreciate it. You have to enjoy it and allow others to do the same. You shouldn't grow up angry and dissatis fied with your life and take it out on others. This sentiment probably falls on deaf ears, because there will always be a group "TI of people who just don't care. :2 I count on the that do to C From the time you. are make a difference and try to turn around the ones who don't. rS-U-BSCRIB-E-TODA "The Voice of Our Community speaking for Itself' I I. Mail Or Bring Payment 2207 E. 21st Ave., Tampa, FL33605 Cash Money Order Credit Cards Only! Name: 1 Mailing Address: ______ : City: State:_Zip: 1 Check One 6 Months -$44 I I I I S87 : ---------------------------------.. _.


"" 0 0 C\1 M' ,... ...J a: a. <( >"' <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w :::::> .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::i a:l :::::> a. z tu ...1 ...1 :::::> a:l I ...1 w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL About six years ago, I remember meeting a gorgeous young lady whom I was eagerly inclined to get a lot .better acquainted with. She was about 5 3" with a dark brown complexion, a pretty smile and a body that I just couldn't believe. We talked for a while, PAGE SIX exchanging the usual pleasantries that are involved when men and women meet. She told me some lies. I told her some lies, and we did our best to impress each other At about the point in the conversation where we started discussing the notion of taking our encounter to a more intimate level, she dropped a bombshell and confessed that she was married. Before I could say, "Oh yeah, thanks for wasting my time," she continued by say ing, "it wasn't a big deal" and that "we could still do our thing." She told me that she couldn' t or wouldn't go out with me alone, but that if I could bring another female for her husb'and, she would show me the time of my life. At that moment I realized that I was no longer macking, but being macked. She.went on to tell me that she and her husband had an open relationship and that inviting other people into their bedrooms made their lives exciting. It was as she called it, an adventurous choice of lifestyle While the arrangements she proposed never took place, I have to admit the curiosity of it all stayed with me for years. That experience would be my first brush with the hedonistic world of swinging. I' d heard of the term before and even ran across a few swinger publications, but I never seriously entertained the idea of participating in such an activity. Even though I'd been involved in a few outrageous sexual episodes, I couldn't imagine crossing the line into an arena where group sex with strangers was the norm. This brings me to an article I read recently in the April edition of Details Magazine called, "Meeting The Mandingos." The piece talked about Black men who attend what they call, "Mandingo Parties," to have sex with the wives of white men. The story, which coincidentally took place in the Tampa area, is one of perverted fantasies and sad realities. Though some of the husbands joyfully watched as their wives are fondled, groped and engaged in hardcore sex with Black studs, others reluctancy concede to their wife's wishes. For them, it's all about allowing someone else to do what they can't. After reading the entire piece, I discovered two things. One, I wasn't as much of a freak as thought I was; and two, everything isn't for everybody. I couldn't picture myself on either side of the equation. As a Mandingo; you're either acting n the capacity of a battery operated sex toy or you're fulfilling the role of an African captive in some twisted white boy's slave master fantasy. Neither of which seemed appealing to me. To be o n the other side would seem that I encouraged strange men to have thier way with my wife. For me to be actively involved in such a setting, I would have to be willing to play the role of "towel boy" while my wife is happily assisted in getting her groove back. In either case, I would feel like a loser. What some men get out of swapping their wives out, or acting as a prop in another couples role-playing session, I don't know. If they told me that I had to try swinging to find out, I guess I never will. Clarence Barr, II (43110018) at Edgefield Federal Correctional Facility, P. 0. Box 725, Edgefield SC, 29824. (813) 248-1921 llliPGIIll ---: .... ,, ... _, $f0 Gets your Honor Roll student's photo in the paper on Friday, April 27, 2007 Deadline: Apri/18 3 P.M. ---------------------, Child's Name_ 1 Schoo! 1 I Granp arents J,.. Hono'.. Roll, High Honor Roll, : Principal' s Honor Roll, C itizens.hip I Hobbies -.. -I 1 Phone# _______________________ __ I (No' t For Publication) I 1U'Rodlll.


LOCAL Recording Artist Visits Perfonning Arts School Little Tatiana joins Deitrick Haddon in a song during his visit at her school. When Deitrick Haddon stopped by. the Walton Academy Performing Arts School, the eager young faces of its students greeted him. Haddon was in town for a live recording at Without Walls International Church and accepted an invitation to visit the school. Upon his arrival, Student Council President, Tamesha Gardener, 4th grader, Heavenmone Tucker, and Daija Glenn, who is the 3rd grade Student Council Representative, met the per-. f! forme_r. The students gave Haddon and his manager, Deitrick Haddon is surrounding by students at Walton Academy Performing Arts School during a recent visit. Courtney, a tour of the school and explained its acad emic and performing arts programs. While at the. school, .Haddon was treated to a,live performance by the students who sang an original song for him entitled, "I Am Somebody." The song will be featured on the school's live CD and DVD that will be recorded on Saturday, April 21st, Deeper Life Christian Church. Tatiana Gardner, a second grade student at the school, sang an original Haddon song and the school was given permission to record the song on their upcoming CD Tatiana and Haddon unit ed their voices in the singing of"This Is The Day." During his meeting with the students, Haddon shared some of his experiences. He talked about his music and the recording industry. He also told them how fortunate they are to have the opportunity to attend a performing arts school. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@.flsentinel.com. -Showcase your beautiful spring hat, as celebrity judges will be on site. MACEDONIA M. B. CHURCH 3410 E. Wilder Ave. REV. FRED SANDERS, Pastor-Teacher Featuring: With Special Guest Dea. Jones Saxophonist, Brown's Memorial COGIC Minister Of Music, Carl Hawkins Directors: Dorothy Hawkins ** Sheryl Dianne Brown THE PUBLIC IS INVITED!! Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church of Greater Tampa 2916 Orient Road Tampa, FL 33619 Rev Maurice L. Gladney, D Min Pastor-Teacher Cordially invites you to our An111111121ll! W1lill1 l&lf'i i1n\ ,.,.> .. .i.J WQ;mtJm)11$ Day "" Sunday, April 15, 2007 at 1 1 :00 a.m. Theme: St. John 11 :27-29 "Women of God Taking a Stand for God." Guest Speaker: SISTER JEWEL .BAILEY National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. Women's Intermediate Auxiliary President Verona, Mississippi ., ::0 0 )> "'tJ :a r-...... (,.) 1\) 0 0 """' "T1 r-0 :a en m z :::1 z m r;m c: r r-!!l z "'tJ c: m r-cn .::z:: m c m < m -f c: m en c ):> z 0 "T1 :a c


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LOCAL City Of Tampa Names New Transit Manager Mayor Pam I orio Tuesday that Elaine R. McCloud will fill the City of Tampa's new transit manager post. The 50-year-old will help plan for a rail_ system in the Tampa Bay area, and improve the current bus system. She will ilso focus on the overall transit outlook for the city and region. McCloud previously worked with the Chicago Transit Authority and the Detroit Department of Transportation. ELAINE R. MCCLOUD .... Recently named City of Tampa' s new transit manager. The Birmingham, Ala. native has been residing in the Tampa Bay area for the last 1 8 months, and says that one of her goals is to help ease Tampa's traffic congestion. She also has the task of developing a circulator system for Downtown Tampa and the Westshore Business District. McCloud is a graduate of DePaul U niversity, and holds an MBA from N:orthern Illinois University. She will start her n e w position on April 23rd with a n annual salary of $95,000. WOMEN OF ZION INTERNATIONAL, INC. Presents 9TH ANNUAL MIGHTY WOMEN OF GOD CONFERENCE 13TH ANNUAL TESTIMONIAL BANQUET & PAGEANT Theme: "Esther's Women" Apri119-22, 2007 "Comfort Inn Conference 'center 820 East Busch Blvd. Don't Miss It! Conference Agenda Thursday, April19, 2007 (Dress Attire Optional) 2:30p.m. All volunteers meet at the Comfort Inn Conference Center 820 Busch Blvd. 3:00 p.m. Conference arrival and registration in palm room 3:30p.m. Vendors Set-up in Atrium (Water fountain area) 6:00p.m. Hospitality: Meet,Greet, Fellowship, Network 7:00 p.m. Official opening of Conference Welcome I Greetings: Founder-President; Executive Board Praise & Worship: By Consumed Church Service-On the Battlefield for the Lord Evangelist Marla Stuart-Hudson, Florida Friday, April 20, 2007 (Dress Attire W.O.Z. T-Shirts)t 8:00a.m. Continental Breaklast 8:45 a.m. Good Morning Holy Spirit 9:30a.m. Potter's Workshop # 1 Mrs. Linda Walker, ManagerHillsborough House of Hope, Tamper, Fl. 10:1 5; a.m. Potter's Workshop # 2 Mr. Randall Fitch, Sales Manager; Toyoto Tampa Bay 11:15 a.m. Potter's Workshop # 3 Mr. Charles T H. Dennis Ill President I CEO Global Financial -11 :45 a.m. Potters Workshop # 4 Evangelist jerry Brandt, Founder I CEO, Action Evangelism 12:.30 p.m. Lunchec;m Messenger: Prophetess Louise McKinney, Hudson, Fl. 3:00p.m. Tour: Women After-Care Mission Home, 2102 East Bougainvillea Ave. Tampa, Fla. 7:30p.m. Deliverance & Consecrated Service (A Night in White)(Dress attire white) Messenger: Pastor Elsie Obed, Lillies International Christian Outreach, New York, N.Y. Saturday, April21, 2007 9:30a.m A Refreshing Time In The Lord! Speaker: Nancy Norvell Smitz, Chairman, First Ladies Prayer Brunch of Tampa 10:30 a.m. Messenger: Pastor Olivia Martinez, World Over comers Church, West Chic ago, Ill. 12:15 p.m. ALL HONOREES & ESCORTS MEET FOR PRACTICE. 1:00-5.00 FREE TIME 5:30P.M. ALL HONOREES & ESCORTS PLEASE MEET BACK AT COMFORT INN DRESSED .. IN REQUIRED ATTIRE 6:30P.M. Banquet &Pageant Sunday, April 22, 2007 10:00 a.m. Service at Life Pe rtecostal Church of God, 1611 East Bougainvillea Ave. WOMEN OF ZION INTERNATIONAL, INC. P.O. BOX 15101 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33684 These are main conference participants: Preaching: 1-: Prophetess Marta Stuart, Hudson Florida 2. Pastor Olivia Martinez, World Overcomen Church. Chicago,-Illinois 3. Pastor Elsie Obed, lillies International Christian New York, N.Y Speaker: Nancy Norvell Smitz, Chairman, First ladies Prayer Brunch of Tampa Workshop Presenters: 1 International Evangelist Jerry Brandt, Founder of Action Evangelism 2. Prophetess Louise McKinney, Hudson, Florida 3. Mr. "Randall Fitch, Sales Manager, Toyota of Tampa Bay 4. Mrs. Linda Walker, Manager-Hills. House of Hope Cost: Conference Package $ 100.00 I person (includes Registration, Workshops, Luncheon, Banquet & Pageant) Itemized Conference Fees: Workshops .. ....................... $ 20.00 Luncheon .... ....................... $.25.00 Banquet & Pageant .............. $ 60.00 AN ETHNIC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FEATURING THE CONSUMED! I I WITH BETHANY & FAITH BERNARD EBENEZER M. B. CHURC 1212 E. SCOTT STREET TAMPA 4 P. M. CEREMONY SPEAKER BISHOP WILLARD LEE NEW SMYRNA F. G., TAMPA -. ... j ST. MARK MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 7221 S. SHERRILL STREET .. PORT TAMPA, FLORIDA 336161813)839 PLEASE JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE "Our Pastor's 15th Sunday Apri115, 200711 A.M. "Doing God's Will-God's Way" Romans 12:1-2 I Rev. Charles A. Perry Sr., PastorfTeacher 1 1 A.M. Guest Speaker: Minister Connie Papion-Sl Mark M.B. Church 3 P.M. Guest Speaker: Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor/Teacher, First Baptist Church of Progress Village BRO. CHRIS AND MINISTER CONNIE PAPION, CHAIRPERSONS : .. :. : ... :--r' :> -. Ea re Jerry ms, Sr., Fou for these THEME: "TI1ere is no place like lwme. Psalm 12.7:1 Thursday, April12thr 7:3opm Grace Mary MB Church -Rev. Thomas Reed, Pastor in charge Friday, A;Pril13th, 7:3opm Mt Ohve MB Churchr Dr. C. P. Pastor in d1arge. Sunday, April 15th 11 a.m. Worship New Progress Family in cl1arge of service. Sermon: Rev. Jerry lVilliams, Sr. -r-. ...... w 1\J 0 0 ...... G) m


""' 0 0 N (') ,.... ...J .0: c. <( c 0: LL c 0: LL c z <( c en w 1-> -a: w > w c w ::1: en ::::; ID c. z i= w ...J ...J ID I ...J w z i= z w en <( c 0: 0 ...J LL 0 ,.... SHEPHERD'S MEN BASKETBAll MINISTRY ftrgJal Banquet Will be held at New Mt. Zion Missionarv Baptist1:hurch 2511 East Columbus Drive 33605-2840 On sundav, April22, 2007 4:00pm Reverend Walter J. Williams, Pastor & Founder Reverend larrv Williams. Sr., Executive Director Guest Speaker: .. ... SUNDAY SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION CLASS 9:30AM INTERCESSORY PRAYER 9:25AM-10:25 AM MORNING WORSHIP 10:30 AM CHILDREN'S CHURCH AVAILABLE 'WEDNESDAY EXCITING BIBLE STUDY 7:30 PM JESU_ S UNIVERSITY (YOUTH 8: TEENS) 7:30 PM The Bible_ Says J. T. Smith New Testament Examples of Conversion After His death, burial and resurrection Jesus instructed His apostles, "And He said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth no t shall be damned" (Mark 16: 15-16). Also in Luke 24:46-4 7 "And said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day : 47And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem When you conbine the two passages, one finds that Jesus told His apostles to preach to people. He then gave them the instructions for salvation believe, repent, and be baptized to be saved (Acts 2 : 36-38). In fact, this is what we find people doing in every case of conversion in the book of Acts. None was told he was saved, had received the remission of sins, or went on his way rejoicing until AFfER baptism Tbe Plan of Salvatiol As Given In The Book of Acts Heanl GtSJII Bel end Repented CHiessed BaJtll!d SaYed JllreeTIIetl Repented Bapdzed SIIS 2:1 2:38 2:31,41 Rellltted Sallarltans BeHeved Baptized Saved 8:5-12 8 :12 8:12 t 16:16 EtiiiOiian Believed Confessed Baptized Rejoiced 8:36-39 8 :37 8:37 8 :38 8:39 Saul Believed Billlllzed SIIS 9:1-18 22:16 9:5-6 22:16 ashedAwa Cornelius Believed Repente Baptized Saved -10-11:18 11:18 10:48 11:14 Jailor -16:31 Repented Baptized Rej!jced W Nebraska Ave. Church of Christ, 4608 Nebraska Ava, Tampa, FL 33603 C) Schedule of ServicesSunday 9 :30am 10:30 am; 6 :00pm Wed. 7 :30pm if. Phone 813 238-4061 Paid Advertisement LOCAL Salon To Host First Customer Appreciation Day To Benefit MDA BY ffiiS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer In an effort to give back to the community, one Tampa hair salon is planning its "First Customer Appreciation Day." The event will be held on Saturday, April 14th, at Nikki's Hair Salon, 3320 E. Osborne Avenue. As a special treat for their customers, guest will have a chance to meet Tango,. of "I Love Ne.w York" VH-1 tele vision show. He will be sign ing autographs from 12 until 3p. m We are committed to our community and we are willing to lend a hand in any manner that we can. We feel this is a great way to show love to our clients as well as to raise some money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association," Gallery Girl Shalonda (AKA Shug), Marketing and Advertising Representative for the shop Tango, from "I Love New York" VH-1 Television Show To Make Special Appearance said. Ms. Nikki Briggs, owner of the shop said some of the Gallery Girls will participate in the MDA's Lock-Up on Wednesday, April 18th. The event will be held at Carrabba's on N. 56th Street, beginning at 11 a.m. "We need to raise money for bail, so please come bail us out so we can get back to St. Peter Claver School A Tampa Tradition Since 1894 St. Peter Claver School has a .. rich heritage and is recognized by the community for its positive discipline, _moral values and strong curriculum. Pre-K through 8th Grade Daily8 a.m. to 2:30p.m. Tuition payable monthly for 10 months Scholarships available Small classes Individual attention Special Activities throughout the year St. _Peter Claver is conveniently located in Downtown Tampa at 1401 Governor Street For more please call the school office at 813-224-0865 work," Ms. Briggs said. In addition to participating in the Lock-Up, the shop will have specials for the remainder of the month, beginning on April 17th, the day before the event. FOUNDED IN 1894


F Y I Blake Class Of 1967 The Blake High School Class Of 1967 will hold its April meeting on Saturday, April 21st, 4 p. m. at the Loretta Ingraham Center, 1611 N. Hubert Ave. (Carver City), Tampa. Only two more months until our 40th Class Reunion! The reunion weekend is planned for June 22-24. We'd like to have all class members to come and be a part of these momentous events. For additional information, please call John Bowden at (813) 600-8859, Mary ForbesWilliams (813) 875-8830 or Martha Crouch (Dix), (813) 493-4688. See you at the meeting! Pastor Alec Richardson as Luke Starring: as Uric ) Photos Not Shown: Terrance Chisolm (TJ) as Stergis "Peanut" Green: Deacon Patrick Wallace as Ronald Brown, Greg Allen as Gabriel, Arielle & Bathany Imhoff as Twin Angels & Clethen Sutton ====== WEDDING ====== Just Married Congratulations I to Aliyah and Tony Santiago, 1\) 0 0 ...... who were married on Saturday, April 7, 2007 at Open Arm Church with family and friends in attendance. Aliyah is employed at Tampa Park Apartments, Inc. THE GREATER NEW SALEM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1605 N. Nebraska Avenue* Tampq, FL, 33602 (813) 229-7634 "The Church With A Message lMlere A Str;anger Meets A Friend And A SinnerFinds God" Cordially Invites You To FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY Sunday, April 15, 2007 10:30 A. M. Theme: Lord, I'm Content (Philippians 4:11) PLEASE JOIN US IN A CELEBRATION OF PRAISE AND WORSHIP SIS. CARYLE LANE Public Relations ELDER THEODIS LANE SIS. BRENDA MARSHALL Friendship Dinner Served In Social Hall Pastor Chairman REVIVAL TIME REVIVAL TIME REVIVAL TIME REVIVAL TIME We are in the times that we need to be revived. Come. and let God revive your soul. Come and receive a miracle and a refreshing of God's spirit. For God has anointed Evangelist Clarence Shepard to preach the Gospel, to heal the sick, to bring deliverance to those that are in need, and to set the captives free. Come and see the manifestation and the power of God in operation at: Overseer: PASTOR, EVANGELIST WILLIAM J. PARKER I 0 c )> en -4 z m r-1 tD c: r rm ::! z 'tJ c: tD I c;; :::J: m c m < m :::tJ -< -4 c: m en c ?< )> (])Jo/I:JVrE CJ!VCJ{POSC 1st AnniversaryCelebrati_ on ?< Saturday, Aprill4, 2007 6 pm Deliverance Church Of The Body Of Christ 2708 E. 23rd Avenue* Tampa, FL, 33615 Divine Pur os Peat ; ( epeda .llcKay & Anointed Voic:e.\ Tampa Peace & Harmony1 Valrico* BJW Heflin Ensemble, Santos Malcolm Raines-Praise Dancer, Ocala Committed 2 Christ, Qlala G I P (Gifted In Praise), Sarasota Evangelist Butler & The Sons Of Love Come One, Come All, To Help Celebrate What The lord Has


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New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 5oth street Tampa, Florida 33619 813 242 sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am sunday Morning Worship @ 11 :OOam Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ @ 7:00 pm WAKE:UP CALL A MIRACLEBREAKTHROUGH MINISTRY A GREAT MIRACLE CRUSADE FOR ALL PEOPLE BIENVENIDOS An Old Fashioned Camp Meeting. Not just A Church Revival. But An Outpouring Upon All Flesh GIANT GOSPEL TENT REVIVAL AWESOME PROPHETIC CONFERENCE Spiritual Awakening Of This Century REV. BILLY CRUMP Bapticostal Sctlvation Sanctification Baptism OfThe Holy Spirit Divine Healing Second Coming Of jesus Christ .April 2007 7:30 Nightly Come See GOD'S POWER Demonstrated!!! Bring All The Sick, Distressed, Afflicted, Wheelchair, Stretcher Cases 6224 Diamond St. (North Of Broadway) (813) 810-9307 New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 {813) 503-9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. 11 A. M. Morning Worship Tuesday 7 P. M. rayer Meeting & Bible Study First Baptist Church Of Progress Village 8616 Progress Blvd. (813) 677-1948 CLOTHES GIVEAWAY Saturday, April14, 2007 8 a.m. -12 Noon At The Church thing For Men, Women, & Children REV. SAMUEL MAXWELL, Pastor/Teacher NEW MILLENNIUM CHURCH 905 East Skagway (One Block South Of Busch :Blvd.) 9:30-10:15 A.M.* Bible Oasses For All Ages 10:15-11 A.M.* Refreshments and Fellowship PASTOR MICHAEL & 11 A. M 12:45 P. M. Praise and Worship Service SIS. TONYA NEELY For more information, call (813) 728-3723 Visit: www newmillenniumchurch.com Email: ANOINTED WORD ACADEMY Corner of Rome & Columbus Dr. (813) 254-5271 PASTOR ROY HAYES, Principal SHERRON SMALL Prindpal ANNA LOVEn LENORA COVINGTON PASTOR ROY HAYES SANDY HAYES Administrator NOW REGISTERING FOR 2007 SCHOOL TERM ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN A LOVING CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENT K4TH Gracie ABeka Curriculum Fully Accredited Certified Teachers FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIPS ACCEPTED Computer Lab (Enhancing classroom learning) Extra Curricular Activities Basketball Cheerleading Step... "SUPER SUMMER 2007" 'UNE 4TH THRU 'ULY 2nH. 3YEARsoLo-sTHGRAoE WITH OUR PREPAID PLAN THE COST CAN BE AS LOW AS $32 PER WEEK For this great price vou will receive: 8 weelu of Super Summer Fun from 6:30 a. m. untO 5:45 p. m. F"1eld Trips (Some with addhional costs) Lunch and afternoon snack Peace of mind that your child is being cared Tutoring for by a dedkated Christian staft Other payment options are available DON'T DELAY, HAKE YOUR SUMMER PLANS TODAY! ., :::c c )> ., :::c r .... Co) 1\) 0 0 ....., ., r 0 :::c c )> (/) m z :::! z m r;tD c: r r m -t z ., c: tD r en ::::1: m c m < m -t c: m (/) c )> z c ., :::c c C>. m .... Co) I )>


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LOCALSPORTS All Sports Founder Receives Prestigious Award Sean Farrell, the new Managing Director for the Merrill Lynch Tampa Complex, presented the 2007 Success In Education Award to Tyrone Keys during a community event on March 15th at Higgins Hall. The inaugural event, titled Success In Education: A Look At Our Future,"_ gave local universities an opportunity to showcase themselves to the business community, alumni associations and honor roll students. Both Farrell and Keys, founder of All Sports Community Services, are former NFL players. Farrell a first round pick by the Tampa BaY Buccaneers in 1982. He played five seasons Tyrone Keys holds the 2007 Success In Education Award. with the Bucs as a starting lineman. He then played for Seattle, New England and Denver to round out a 10-year N FL Releases Schedule For 2007 Seaso n If the Tampa Bay Buccan4-12 .season where they fin eers do make the playoffs dur-ished last in the NFC South ing the 2007 season, NFL Division. analysts can't blame it on an "We're going to take the seaeasy schedule. The National son one game at a time as Football League released the usual. We have a lot of new schedule for the upcoming talented players that we feel season on Wednesday, and can help improve our football the Bucs will face some of the team," said head coach Jon league's best. Gruden. "We are playing As usual, the Buccaneers some great teams this season will face their division rivals including the Super Bowl (Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Champions, but we feel that Panthers and New Orleans we are building a team here Saints) twice. Tampa Bay will that will give it their all and also face their former coach compete each week." Tony Dungy and the Super Reporter I Writer Antione Bowl Champion Indianapolis Davis can be reached at Colts in Week 5. The (813) 248-1921, or Buccaneers are coming off a adauis@tlsentinel.com. City, USf To Host Free_ Training Course On Athlete Safety Coaches from every sport will cover seven different and at every are invited areas that includes: emerto a free training course on gency planning, medical conathlete safety. ditions, heat and cold illness-The -City ::-i Tampa Parks es, principles of first aid, and Recreation Department, emergency recognition, head, and USF's Sports Medicine neck and facial injuries and and Athletic Related Trauma and cool down. (SMART) Inst i tute '.<}}ave Coaches and attendees will teamed up to offer the. receive a Certificate of N atliona.l Center for Sports Completion, and be added to (NCSS) training the NCSS National Coaches course, PREPARE. The aim of Registry upon completion of the course is to teach coaches the course. how to prevent common "We hope that this training injuries, and recognize and will go beyond just middle combat potentially dangerous school and high school sports, symptoms. but anyone who coaches a "The overall objective of the sports team," said Schanz. training is to raise the stan-The PREPARE training dard for athlete safety in the course will be held on area," said Cathie Schanz, Wednesday April 18th from <;>perations Chiefwith 5:30 p.m. t'o 10 p.m. at the Ctty s Parks and Recreation Ragan Park Community Department. "No will .be Center located at 1200 E. turned away from th1s tram-Lake Avenue. To reserve a ing because we want all coaches to. be prepared if spot please call the City of something does occur among Tampa Parks and Recreation theirathletes." Department at (813) 274-.. Little league, church league, 8023. recreation center league, Reporter I Writer Antione semi-pro and profession a:! Davis can. be reached at coaches are encouraged to (813) 248-1921, -or attend. The PREPARE course adavis@flsentinel.com. career. Keys started his NFL career in 1983 with the Chicago Bars after two seasons with the Canadian Football League. After helping the Bears win the 1985 Super Bowl, Keys went to the Bucs for two years and then to the San Diego Chargers for a year. Merrill Lynch plans to annually recognize an individual each year for his or her contributions to helping kids recognize the importance of higher learning. Keys earned the award because he truly believes each generation bears the responsibility to pass its knowledge, skills and wisdom on to the next. Through All Sports, Keys has helped more than 600 students reach college, and has raised more than $20 million for All Sports. A VERY SPECIAL "THANKS" TO-UNCF Sponsors And Supporters On March 9, 2007, more than 60 of the County's Top Boys and Girls Prep basketball players convened at Jefferson High School for the 22nd Annual Wilkes and McHugh United Negro College Fund, Inc. All-Star High School Basketball Classic. This annual Basketball Classic began more than two decades ago to provide a "last resort opportunity" for student athletes to showcase their talents to college recruiters. All proceeds received from the game are used for scholarship programs. Two academic scholarships were awarded during the basketball game to two deserving players. ... : : ... ...... ..:-f: ... :.::-::: ... ; OJIIlGDM I M IIIIII Major Sponsors for this year's "Basketball Classic': were Wilkes and McHugh Law Finn, Tampa Bay Sports Commission, Pepsi Bottling Company and Coca-Cola Bottling Company Co-Sponsors were New York Yankees Foundation and Rufus R. Randolph All State Insurance Agent. -Special Thanks to the 2007 Planning Committee members, Advisory Board, Players, Coaches, participating High Schools, the Hillsborough County School Board Athletic Department, Wachovia Bank, Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, Volunteer Referees, Judges, City of Tampa Police Department and Jefferson High School for y our participation in "the 20 07 Annual United Negro College Fund, Inc. All-Star Basketb all The commitment and generosity of everyone who participated make it possible for all of us to live up to the ideal expressed in the UNCF Mott_o, "A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE." T HANKS AGAIN TO ALL FOR HELPING TO MAKE THIS EVENT "A PHENOMENAL SUCCESS/' :c 0 )> -a :c r ...... (,) 1\) 0 0 ...... r 0 :D (J) m z ::::! z m r I r::a c: r r z -a C:'. r::a r (ii :::t m c m < m :D-< --4 c: m (J) c :r>. z c "T1 :D c


" 0 0 N M' ,... ..J a: ll. < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::::;) t> a: w > w c w :::1: CJ) ::::i m ::::;) ll. z lij ..J ..J ::::;) m I ..J w Z t= z w CJ) < c i:t 0 ..J LL SPORTS Rutgers Women 'Greatly Hurt' By lmus Barb; Three Advertisers Drop From Show The Rutgers women's basketball team has agreed to a private meeting with Don Irnus at an undisclosed time and location to allow the radio personality to try to explain disparaging remarks he and his broadcast crew made against the women last week on his morning sh.ow. "We just hope to come to some type of understanding of what the remarks really entailed, his reasons why they were said, and we would just like to express our great hurt and the sadness it has brought to us," team captain Essence Carson said at a news conference yesterday on Rutgers campus m Piscataway, New Jersey. Coach C Vivian Stringer said that Irnus' remarks ruined what should have been a celebration for the students, who came from a series of devastating losses early in the season -including a 40-point drubbing in one game -:-to compete in the championship game of the NCAA fj.nals. The team, which has no Mattee Ajavon (center), a junior on the Rutgers University women's basketball team speaks at a news conference on campus in Piscataway, New Jersey Tuesday to react to racially derogatory remarks directed at their team made on air by radi,o personality Don lmus. The teamsaid they would meet privately withlmus. includes five freshmen and among them were high school valedictorians, a musical prodigy and "young ladies of class, distinction" who were unfairly characterized by 'lrnus' remarks masked as humor, Stringer said. Irnus was sm?Pended late Monday by CBS Corp. and NBC Universal after the talk show host came under. fire for referring to team members as "nappy-headed hos" on his "lrnus in the Morning." The suspension begins Monday, April 16 for the show, which is simulcast on MSNBC and WFAN-AM, part of the CBS Radio family. Late Tuesday, Bloomberg News reported that Staples Inc. and Bigelow Tea have stopped advertising on "Imus in the Morning" due to Irnus' remarks. Over 3,000 Pay Respect To Eddie Robinson; College C.ancels Wednesday Classes BATON ROUGE, La. Thousands of mourners passed the open casket of Eddie Robinson on Monday in the Louisiana Capitol. Doris Robinson,. Robinson's wife of 67 years, sat beside the open coffin. during a private mo:r:ning memorial service for players and coaches She placed a football in the coffin and reste' d her hand-on Robinson's head. "I'm doing she said after the service. "I already miss him so much, but I can't breaking down." An' abbreviated version of the renowned Grambling band played the-national anthem after the casket was Rev. Jesse Jackson center, and La. Sen. Clio Fields D-Baton Rouge, take a moment at the "casket of Eddie Robinson during placed at one end of Hall, the twostory; and trimmed space between the Capitol's House-and Senate chambers. :. the coach's funeral in Grambling, La. : ,< House Chamber for a second .tion era; who built a football institution; a leader who set a life's example for young black men. memorial service. The' body was Grambling officials cancelled its Wednesday clasS'es. .,.. Robinson is believed to be just the fifth person to lie in repose at the Capitol. Since his death, has been eulogized across the nation as a heroic figUre: a tested in the segregaA steady stream of mourners passed the: casket, nearly 3,000 by early afternoon. The casket was to remain there for public viewing until late afternoon, when Robinson's. body wa; to be to the Robinson retire4 in 1997, with 57 years of and 408 victories to his name, and the m&.iority ofhis players left Grambling with degrees. NFL Pulls The Plug on Pacman, Henry NEW YORK, N : Y. The National Football League has issued suspensions to Tennessee's Adam "Pacrnan" Jones and Cincinnati's Chris Henry for off-field conduct. Jones' has been suspended for the entire 2007 season, while Henry will sit for the first eight games of the cam paign. "We must protect the integrity of the NFL," commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. "The highest standards of conduct must be met by everyone in the NFL because it is a privilege to represent the NFL, not a right. These players, and all members of our league, have to make the right choices and decisiOJ1S in their <;onduct on a consistent basis." The NFL has revised its player conduct policy and Goodell imposed the harsh penalties under the new pro visions. Each player, according to a league release, must earn the right to be reinstated by adhering to certain conditions. Jones has han numerous run-ins with the law in just two NFL seasons, including soine type of alleged involvement in a shooting at a strip club in Las Vegas during the NBA's All-Star weekend in February. These 2006 handout photos from the NFL show Tennessee Titans' Adam "Pacman" Jones and Cincinnati Bengals' Chris Henry. Goodell, who met with Jones recently, said the player's status will be reviewed after the Titans' lOth regular season game to determine if he has complied with certain parameters. Also, in conjunction with the team's player development director and other pro fessionals working with hini, Jones must develop with the Titans a structured program of community service or other activity This program must be submitted to the league office for review and approval. Henry, meanwhile, was arrested four times in a 14-month span and served a twogame suspension during the 2006 season for his off field transgressions .. said Henry will be reinstated after Cincinnati's eighth game of the 2007 season if he tneets certain "The vhice (_'omnu1.nitySpeaking for Itself'' Celebrity wash Hosted By: Jlj All Sports Community Service Guest .., W Featured Guests Tampa Bay U ., NFL Alumni : All Proceeds Benetit: ProJect Playground (Shaw Elementary) El


SPORTS Hank Aaron Won't Salute Bonds For Milestone Pierc;e To Miss Rest Of Season San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds stands at the left field wall by images of Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth, right, after chasing a solo home run hit by Philadelphia Phillies' David Bell in the seventh inning of their baseball game in San Francisco, in this July 16, 2006 file photo. BOSTON --Boston Celtics captain Paul Pierc e will miss the rest of the season with a sore left elbow. ATLANTA --Hank Aaron doesn't plan to be at the ballpark if an,d when Barry Bonds breaks his home run record. "Uh-uh. No, no. I'm not going to be around," Aaron was quoted as saying in Tuesday's editions of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Bonds has 735 homers, 20 short of Aaron's career record. While Aaron has declined most interview requests in recent months, he spoke with Journal-Constitution columnist Terence Moore. Aaron said he wouldn't attend if Bonds were within reach of the record when the San Francisco Giants play at Atlanta from Aug. 14-16. I'd probably fly to West Palm Beach to play golf," Aaron was quoted as saying in Moore's column. "Again, it has nothing to do with anybody, other than I had enough of it. I don't want to be around that sort of thing anymore. I just want to be at peace with myself Aaron, said baseball com missioner Bud Selig has told him that Bonds has asked several times why Aaron hasn't contacted him as he approaches the record. "I don't talk to anybody, really, and I've never talked to Barry, outside of that com mercial we did together a few years ago, and a few other short times," Aaron was quot.ed as saying. "I'm 72 years old, and I'm not hopping on a plane and flying all the way to San Francisco for any body." Pierce, who had surgery on that elbow la'st offseason and had an infection in it earlier this season, hasn't played since re-aggravating the injury in a 105-96 double-overtime victoiy over Orlando on March 28. With only five games remammg, including Wednesday's game against Philadelphia, and the Celtics long out of playoff contention, coach Doc Rivers said rushing Pierce back wouldn't be worth the risk. "I don't think it makes any sense," Rivers said. "I just think it's dangerous and not smart to do." Hall Of Famer Irvin Sued By Contractor Pierce, who missed 24 games earlier in the season with a stress reaction in his left foot, 25 points and 5.9 rebounds in a career low 4 7 games. MICHAEL IRVIN DALLAS --Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin is being sued by a contractor who claims the former Dallas Cowboys star grabbed his arm and injured him during a dispute over a $2,800 payment. Shawn Vandergrift was hired to install a fountain at Irvin's P lano home. He is seeking damages stemming from the December argument, according to court records: .. Irvin told The Dallas Morning' News -the allegations were "blackmail." "I have not-touched any-. one," he. told the newspaper. "The lawsuit is the first I heard about aggravating an old injury." The suit claims that Irvin grabbed Vandergrift, who attorneys say from hip pain, and jerked his body as he tried leaving. Irvin had begun "screaming and shout ing" after Vandergrift said he was owed payment for the work, according to the law suit. (8131 248 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 @ Seattle Seahawks 4:15p.m. Sept. 16 New Orleans Saints 1:oo p.m. Sept. 23 St. Louis Rams 1:00 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Carolina Panthers 4:05p.m. Oct. 7 @ Indianapolis Colts 4:05p.m. Oct. 14 Tennessee Titans 1:00 p.m. Oct. 21 @ Detroit Lions 1:00 p.m. Oct. 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05 p;m. Nov.4 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 p.m I BYE WEEK I Nov. 18 @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m. Nov. 25 Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. Dec. 2 @ New Orleans Saints 1:00 p.m. Dec. 9 @Houston Texans 1:00 p.m Dec. 16 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m. Dec. 23 @ San Francisco 49ers 8:15p.m. Dec. 30 Carolina Panthers 1:00J!.m. 'TI :a c Former Vikings Star Marshall Wins Pardon On Cocaine Conviction )> "tl :::rJ I ..... (..) ST. PAUL, Minn. --Former Minnesota Vikings defensive lineman. Jim Marshall's felony drug conviction was scrubbed from his record Monday by the state Board of Pardons with the aid ofhis former coach Marshall, an ironman of .pro football for nearly two decades, won a pardon for his 1991 conviction on a cocaine possession charge, a clean bill of health he sought so he can travel the world without restrictions to do work for a he co founded. Now 70, Marshall came to a hearing at the state courts building with his former coach, Hall of Farner Bud Grant, and lawyer Ron Meshbesher. Marshall's application for the pardon included letters of from policemen and former Minnesota Chief Justice A.M. 11Sandy" Keith. JIM MARSHALL "It's very important for me to regain my reputation," Marshall told the board, which consists of Gov. Tim Pawlenty, current Chief Justice Russell Anderson and Attorney General Lori Swanson. Pawlenty said the pardon had nothing to do with Marshall's status as a former Viking. 1\) 0 0 ....., 'TI I 0 :::rJ c )> CJ) m z -t Garnett May Not Play. Again This Year z m I I t:D c: I I m -t MINNEAPOLIS--Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Kevin Garnett is out indefi nitely with an injured right quadriceps. Vice president of basketball operations Kevin McHale said Wednesday night that the injury has bothered the former MVP for months, and that Garnett and his agent decided it was time to shut it down and seek a second opin ion before going forward. McHale said Garnett will visit doctors in the next day or two and will miss at least two of the team's five remain ing games. They will wait to see what the doctors say before Garnett decides if he will return at all this season. Garnett is averaging 22.4 points' and a league-leading 12.8 rebounds for the Timberwolves, who were eliminated from postseason con-KEVIN GARNETI' z "tJ c: t:D I en J: m c m < m :a -< -t c: m en. c )> tention on Monday. Garnett attended the 'TI morning shootaround on ::0 Wednesday in preparation for C the night's game against Dallas, but sat down with McHale afterward and told him of the decision. He was not at Target Center for the loss to Dallas.


""" 0 0 N ,.. ..J a: a. < ct c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c tJ) w ::> ..... > a: w > w c w l: tJ) :::i m ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m I ..J w z w tJ) < c a: 0 ..J u.. MRS. ANNIE MAE BAILEY 'MADEAR' The hom.egoing celebration service for Mrs. Annie Mae Bailey, affectionately called "Ma Dear", of 3409 21st Ave., who passed away, Monday, April 9, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 14, 2007, 11 a. m., at New Beginning M.B. Church, 3103 E. Lake Ave., with Pastor David Carson officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Bailey was born July 21, 1924, in Live Oak. She was the daughter of the late Fred Clayton, Sr. and the late, Corrine Wright Clayton. She had: 1 son, Johnny Lee Bailey; 1 brother, Fred Clayton; and 1 sister, Essie Mae Clayton Jelks who preceded her in death. She was educated in the public schools in Live Oak. She was employe d as a domestic worker for over 20 years. She was married to the late, Rev. Arthur Lee Bailey, Sr. To this union nine (9) children were born, five (5) boys and four (4) girls. She leaves to cherish her precious memory: children, Arthur Lee Bailey, Jr (Y.elma), Annie Mae Bailey Thornton, Robert Lee Bailey," Sr. (Sandra), Willie James Bailey, Sr. (Sandra), David James Bailey, Evelyn Joyce Bailey Simmons (James), Dorothy Alene Bailey Simmons (Hubert) and Patricia Ann Bailey Straughter (Mitch); two (2) grandsons, Tyrone Lee Bailey and Orbra Van Dyke Bailey which was raised in the Bailey household; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, grand nieces, nephews, grand nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends; special frie.nds, James Smith, Shirley McCullough and a devoted friend, Alvin McDaniels. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. M.L. King, Jr. Blvd. on Friday evening (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6:30-7:30 p. m. The f-.rneral cortege will arrange from 3409 21st Ave. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 10 : 45 a.m. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" / INFANT DEMETRIUS LA VAUGHN CATUEY, JR. Funeral services for Demetrius Lavaughn Catuey, Jr., of 1527 E. Lake Ave., who passed away, Monday, April 9, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 14, 2007, 2 p. m., at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M.L. King Jr. Blvd., with Elder Edward Quarterman, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Demetrius was born in Tampa, January 19, 2007, to Demetrius Catuey, Sr. and Tanika Jackson. He was full of smiles and laughter, and will always be remembered by eating a lot, being playful and his loving spirit. He was preceded in death by: his great grandfather, Roland Gooddine; and 2 great grandmothers, Bertha Byrd Ingram Jackson and Betty Jewell Johnson. He leaves to cherish his memory: parents, Demetrius Lavaughn Catuey, Sr. and Tanika Shakita Jackson; brother, D'Angelo Hamilton-Catuey; sister, Deshariti Rickesia Catuey; grandparents, Rhonda M. Roby, Curtis C. Jackson, Jr., Myra (Colette) Johnson and Mr. Wallace Roby; great grandparents, Curtis C., Sr. and D. Lee Jackson; aunts, Keisha Livingston, Tasha Jackson, Watisha Roby, Donnisa Livingston, Linda White, Regina Gooddine, Rosa Lee Reid, Roberta Johnson, Betty "Jo Kitchen and .Natay Jackson; uncles, James White, Bobby Jackson, Curtis C. Jackson, III, Roland E. Gooddine, Jr., Ronnie Gooddine, Lee Andrew Gooddine and Tony Livingston; great aunts and uncles, Gregory Johnson, Regra.inlya and James Johnson, Renee and Keith Bruce, Rita Johnson, Jacquely-n and Morel Cobb, Sr., Remecia Pinchinat, Evang. Charlie and Sylvia Pasco, Shana Johnson, Vera Mae Rajis, Shirley Gooddine, Ruben Gooddine and wife, Russell Gooddine, Roy Gooddine, Robert Gooddine and wife, Richard Gooddine and wife, Raymond Gooddine and wife, Ruby Morris, Ruth Mack, Willie Dean Bush, Evelyn JacksonWhite and husband, Brenda Jackson, Sandra Jackson, Jackie Jackson and Betty Jackson; cousins, Antoine Reid, La Dasha Vickers, Michelle Williams, Korinthian Gadson, Zachariah Hill, Jazzerey Viverette, Jody White, Ashely White, Dekita Latoya Gooddine, Durrell Gooddine, Yusuf El-Amin, Felicia Marion, Antoine Reid, Jr. and Mia Williams; godmother, Lisa Love; and a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives and close family friends. The family will receive friends at Aikens Funeral Home o n Saturday from 1-2 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chapel approximately 12:45 p.m. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" MRS. LA VERNE DELORIS BAKER MIKE llomegoing services for Mrs. Laverne Deloris Baker Mike of 1006 E. 14th Avenue, who passed away, Tuesday, April 10, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 14, 2007, at 1 p. m at Revelations Missionary Baptist Church, 1712 E. Busch Blvd., Dr. Gregory Robinson, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemefery. Laverne was born August 24, 1948, in Bartow. She was the daughter of Robert and H elen Thompson and the oldest of 3 children. She met and married 0''ER 75 Y'EARS OF SERVICE Family 011'uc d & Ope rat e d -Derr & Anderson Funeral ......... 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 W e Offer Cremation Pers onal ized Funeral Services -S h ip ping 813-2.37-5775 We provide afforble Prices witlr Euellem: e In And lligh Standards with a Funeral Service. HARMON I FUNERAL HOME I 5002 N 4 0th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 626-8600 11W E SERVE TO SERV E Y O U AGAIN" MRS. LAVERNE DELORIS BAKER MIKE Marvin Mike in Indiantown. She was formerly a member ofMt. Zion M.B. Church, Indiantown. After making Tampa her home she joined St. Matthew M.B. Church. She was a pianist who loved her family especially spending time with her grandchildren. Laverne was employed for several years with Tampa Tribune Newspaper until she became ill. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bradley Sanders and Robert and Helen. She leaves to cherish her memories: children, Vincent Baker (Michelle), Carla Fuller (Karleen), Barbara Vasser (Curtis Walker) and T.era Mike (Eddie Graddy); grandchildren, Christopher Shaw, Kenyetta Murray, Neikesha Fuller, Kiela Murray, Reginald Vasser, Jr., Johnisha Hopkins, Victoria Vasser, Karl Fuller, Vanicia Baker, Kierra Graddy, Vincent Baker, Jr. Kayla Baker, and Eddie Graddy, Jr.; great grandchild, Zacreon White; grl;lndmother, Maggie Baker, Ft Meade; former husband, Marvin L. Mike; brother, Phi6ert Baker; sisters, Delbra McCullough (Ronnie) and Brenda Sanders; aunts, Shirley McNally, Deloris Baker, Maxine Jewels and Mattie Pearl Fleeting; uncles, Henry Bakei:, Frank Baker, Jr., Nathaniel Baker (Beatrice) and Glen Holland (Dorothy); nieces, Trichina Pierce (Johnny) and Nikkia Baker; nephews, Ronnie McCullough, Jr., Caleb McCullough, Treviel Jones and Keyvis Jackson; cousins, Venita Longerzale (Tony), Ernestine Soloman, Rodney, Jerry, Jackie, Sheila, Murray and Christopher Baker (Carol), Loddie Austin (George), Henry, Jr., and Kenny Baker, Geffrard Joseph; Stephanie Reddings, Treviel Dawson, Lynnwood Baker (Eve lyn), Tammy Phillips, Robert Jones, Emely Baker (Bernard), Natalie Dawson (Carlton) and Barbrette Ivory; best friend, Earlene Sermam; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1004 E. 14th Avenue. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOM.E" MRS. FELMA H. MONDAY Homegoing services for Mrs. Felma H. Monday, who passed away on Monday, April 2, 2007, at Tampa General Hospital, will be hefd on Saturday, April 14, 2007, at 1 p.m., at St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2709 N. 25th Street, Tampa, with Rev. Ronald Mizer, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mrs. Felma H. Monday was born on December 26, 1912, in Anthony. She later moved to Tampa in 1925 with her parents, the late Jasper and Pearl Hill. She was educated in the public school system of County. Mrs. Monday attended Mount Olive A.M.E. Church in Anthony, before j;)in,ing St. Luke A.M.E. Church at the age of 13. She leaves to cherish her memory:. son, Polly Lee Jones and wife, Barbara; 6 grandchildren, Gewyon Jones; Mary Jones, Michelle Jones, Terry Jones, Tonya Jones and Eddie Jones; 1 9 great grandchildren; niece, Mildred Mitchell and husband, Floyd;.great niece, Janet Mitchell; and a host of relatives, cousins and friends. She will be forever missed, always remembered and most of all she was a beloved friend to the Field family. Visitation for Mrs. Felma H. Monday will be h eld this Friday evening, 6-8 p. m., at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately .. 12:45 p.m. on Saturday. .. John Harmen, L. F. D. and James Harmon, L. F. D. A HARMON BURIAL. REST HAVE N M EMORIAL P ARK A Community Pride" 4615 E Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers : DISCOUNT AVAILABLE : 626 2332 2708 E. 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MRS. LAVERNE (BOBBIE) MILLER-SMITH MRS. MELVA ATKINS Mrs. Melva Atkins of 6010 N. 32nd Street, passed Homegoing services for away Monday, April 2, Mrs. Laverne Elaine Miller-2007. Funeral services will Smith of Tampa, whom the be conducted Saturday, Heavenly Father called April 14, 2007, at 11 a.m. at home on April 7, 2007, will Ray Williams Memorial -,be held Saturday, April 14, Chapel, 301 N. Howard 2007, at 11 a.m. at Grace Avenue with Chaplain Mary M.B. Church 3901 N. Glass, officiating. 37th Street, Tampa, with Interment will follow in Elder Thomas J. Reed, offi-Rest Haven Memorial Park ciating. Interment will fol-Cemetery. low in Rest Haven Mrs. Atkins was a native Cemetery. of Cordele, Georgia, and a Laverne was preceded in resident of Tampa for more death by her father the late than 40 years. She was Waymon "Cowboy" Miller educated in the public Sr. schools of Cordele, GA. She is survived by: her Mrs. Atkins was a spirit husband, Christopher filled servant of God who Smith; loving mother, Mrs. lovingly was a homemaker Sadie M. Miller; 2 loving, for her family. Melva devoted and caring chil-Atkins was not a woman of dren, Zarioit Christopher many words, but when she Smith and Taneshia L. did speak, everyone lis-Chapman (companion, tened because you never Johnny Wade Harris); knew what she might say. grandchildren, Harolicia Her words would either. Hart, Johnnesha Harris, silence the room for a and Deja Harris; her sib-lings, LaRaine Chapman moment of thought or fill (Tyrone), Waymon Miller, the room with laughter. Jr., (friend, Cynthia), She was a very caring and Wanda Henderson (fiance, loving woman with many Bryant); 8 aunts, Emma stories to tell. Mrs. Atkins Stanford, Ruby Williams lived a great number of (Willie), Rosemary Upshaw years and may her memory (Robert), Patricia R. Miller, be remembered and loved all of Tampa; Annell Drew for a great number of-years (James) of Orlando, Mary to come as well. So when Cooke (Bobby), New you cry, cry tears of joy, Jersey, Martha Wright when you laugh, laugh (Alonzo) of Alabama, and with happy thoughts Dorothy Stanford (Rev. remembering that I am not Lannie) of Alabama; 2 gone, I am just away know-uncles, John Miller (Marie) ing that we will all sec each of Tampa, and Hoy Miller other again someday. of Miami: :'. great aunts, She leaves to cherish her Pauline Potter, Queen memory: four grandchil-Miller, Helen Osborne; and dren, Anthony K. Atkins of a host of other great aunts Miami, Alva M. Atkins, and uncles; 4 nieces, ,Alene D. Atkins and Ava R. Catisssa Atkins; 9 great grandchil-. Sampson (late, Dalfonso; dren, Ashley K. Atkins, Sr.), Tamekia Chapman, Ariell K. Atkins, John I. Chrisonna Chester, and Frazier, II., Alexander Tyroneise Chapman; 2 Thompson,-Raejean A. nephews, William Underwood, Amon Atkins, Chapman, Jr., and Darryl Aset Atkins, Bryant St. Henderson, Jr.; great niece, : John and Angola Atkins, all Micheala Turner; 4 great of. Tampa; and a host of nephews, Michael Turner, other relatives and friends Mikevius Turner, Dalfonso The remains wilf repose Jr., and Keyon after 5 p.m. today, April13, Floyd, Jr.; godsister; 2007, at Ray Williams Sharron Doyle; special and Funeral Home, 301 N dear friend, Jackie Howard Avenue. Chapman, Sr; and a host of Arrangements entrusted other relatives and friends. to RAY WILLIAMS FUNER-Visitation will be held at AL. HOME, Rhodes & Morning Glory Funeral Northern, Owners. Chapel; 5100 N. Nebraska : Ave. on Friday, April 13, 2007' from 6:-8p.m. and the r:E,.....a-:st:-srid'e"F'u_n_e-ra'l"H'o_m_e-,"ln-c' funeral cortege will 'depart Founded On Faith from 3203 E. McBerry Dell. R. L. smensOwnen-Dell. E. Thorpe, Ill Street. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE, _Mr. Harold (813) 224-9557 (813) 229-253i :Fax Jones, Owner. 2301 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, Fl Eastsidefh@yahoo.com FUNERALS MR. REGINALD MYRICK MYERS Mr. Reginald Myrick Myers of 5309 West Idaho Street, Port Tampa, passed away Saturday, .April 7, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 14, .2007, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Charles A. Perry, Sr .. officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Myers was a native of Port Tampa, and a resident of Tampa for 79 years. He attended Frederick Douglass School, and was a former member of St. Mark Missiona_ry Baptist Church, Port. Tampa. He was employed as a Merchant Seaman at the United States Coast Guard for over 50 years. Mr. Myers was preceded in death by: his loving parents, Anthony and Pauline Myers; arid brothers, Paul Myers, John Myers and Harold Myers. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted brother, Randolph T. Myers, Sr., and wife, Gwen; a devoted sister, Annie Myers Jones; and a caring brother, Harpin Myers, -Sr., and wife, Margaret of Copperascove, Texas; nieces, Gail Hodges, Paula Diaz, Maude Myers, Sharon Williams and husband, Esaw, Brenda Myers, and Harriet Harris, all of Tampa, Teraral !mala and husband, Zacarias of Chicago, Illinois, Marie Simmons and husband, Bernard of Orlando, Shelia Morris and husband, Jerome of Palm Bay, Linda Spellman and husband, Patrick of Hinesville, Georgia, Sylvania Myers and Melloney Myers, both of Copperascove, Texas; nephews, Randolph T. Myers, Jr., Eric V. Myers, Sr., Urschell Myers and Charles Jones, all of Tampa, Larry Williams of Jacksonville, Merich Myers and wife, Geri, Adrian Myers and wife, Carol, Kevin Myers, Micha Myers and Arron Myers and wife, Natalie, all of Chicago, Illinois, Harpin Myers, Jr., and wife, Christrne, Todd Myers, Eric Myers,. Ronnie Myers and wife, Kimberly, and Patrick Myers, all of Copperascove, Texas;-and a host of great nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The family extends special mentions to Lif'ePath Hospice, Burgundy Team and Ms. Clara Bell Hogan, for the care provided to Reginald. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, April 13, 2007, at .Ray Williams Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at the Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. MARY L. YOUNG Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Young, who passed away on April 7, 2007, will be held on Saturday, April 14, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home in the Edward W. Stone, Sr. and. Fannie B. Stone Memorial Chapel, with a local minister, officiating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa. Mrs. Young was born on May 20, 1907, in Coleman, to Mr. Abraham Moore and Mrs. Ada Richardson Moore. Mrs. Young was educated in the public schools of Coleman. She was employed as a cook. Her husband, Johnnie Young; father, Abraham Moore; mother, Ada Richardson; and brother, Charlie Moore, Sr., preceded her in death. She leaves to cherish her memories: sons, Ernest Vann and Louis Moore; aunt, Cora Butler; niece, Joann Foster; special friends, Mary Jane, Mildare Gillum, Luell Simmon, Lawrence Williams, Horace Washington, Joyce Carter, Patrice Gordon, Henry Jones, Michael Moore, Ann Moore, Herman Marr, Rev. Terry R. Mallory, the Holsey Temple C. M. E : Church family, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, on Friday; April 13, 2007, from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home on Saturday, April 14, 2007, at 12:45 p.m. Servicetj entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F. D. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 MR. LARRY LEON WASHINGTON Funeral services for Larry Leon of 1216 West Washington Street, Plant City, who passed away on Wedne'sday, April4, 2007, the homegoing will be Saturday, April 14, 2007, at 11 a. m, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball Street, Plant City, Elder Cleve Butler, The House Of God Church, Ocala, officiating. Interment will follow in The Garden of Peace Cemetery, Plant City. Mr. Larry Leon Washington was born to Mr. Lee Landa Spears (deceased) and Mrs. Lucille Washington (deceased) on January 23, 1952, Plant City. He was in death by his son, Taurus "Chub" Jackson. He is survived by: grandmother, Trial Elder Chinnie R. Washington; his grandfather, Johnnie, Plant City (deceased); 5 brothers, Reverend Lloyd McDonald, "T1 JJ 0 )> "'0 JJ r ...... 1\) 0 0 ., r 0 JJ c )> (J) m z ::! z m r:DJ" c: r r m ::! z Jr. and wife, Rhonda E. "'0 McDortald (deceased), Plant C: City, Andrew Boyd and wife, llJ Rosa, Fayetteville, NC, r Danny Boyd and wife; Mary, en Kenneth N. McDonald, and ffi Kevin McDonald (deceased), c Plant City; daughter-in-law, m Alrecia Nicole Jackson and < husband, Taurus "Chub" m (deceased), Plant City; granddaughter Tashambronique D. Jackson; 2 2 grandsons, Taurus D. m Jackson and Tevin D. (J) Jackson, Plant City; 3 sis-C ters, Laverne Davis and hus-band, Charlie, Cathy Ann l> Johnson and husband, z Danny (deceased), and C Patricia Ann Richardson and husband, Pete,' Plant City; 7 uncles, Johnnie Washington, Sr. and wife, Catherine, Tampa, Ernest Washington and wife, Lois, Tampat Louis Washington and wife, Edna, Jacksonville, Joe C Washington, Charlie Washington, Plant City, Charles Washington and wife, Evelyh, Lakeland, and Willie Washington and wife, Vanessa (deceased), 3 aunts, Florine Matthews, Bernice Vickers and Linda Box, Plant City; and so many lov.i,ng family members, nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. The remains will Friday, April 13, 2007 from 6-8 p. m. at The House of God Church, 901 W. Ball Street, Plant City, for family, neigh-bors and friends. Also, family and friends are asked to meet at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball Street, Plant City, at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April14, 2007. "A Service Of Comfort By WASHINGTON FUNERAL HOME. Plnnt City FL. 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r--0 0 N MEMORIAMS ,... PRECIOUS MEMORIES HOW THEY LINGER ...J a: ll. <( >= <( 0 a: LL CARRIE E. THOMPSON My Mother (April 8, 1995) JOSEPH W. MCCRAE My Husband (April 19, 1998) in loving memory of my mother, my husband and my son.' TERENCE R. MCRAE My Son (April 14, 2002) It broke my heart to lose you, but you didn't go alone. Part of me went with you the day God took you home. A million times I've cried, if love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. Missing and loving you always, until we meet again. Your loving daughter, widow and mother, Cynthia McRae and the families. 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 en w :::) .... > a: w > :W 0 w J: en ::i m :::) ll. HAPPY BIRTHDAY-ULYSSES WILLIAMS, SR. 4-6-07 z / Wt--Two, years have passed, ...J and it seems like yester-...J day. :::) From your family, happy ID birthday. We all miss you ..:. and _love you. w z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL HAPPY BIRTHDAY .TO MILDRED WILSON to 3-27-06 Birthday blessings to you, Mildred. Remember, you are always in our hearts, tucked so very close there is no chance of c( escape. 0 Love, the Wilsons. N w CJ f IN LOVING MEMORY ON YOUR BIRTHDAY ALICE WALKER, a.k.a., BIG ALICE Mom, you are truly missed by us, but only God knows best. Love, your kids: Nicole, Gary, Robert, Monica and Ralstom. DORA PERSON April 25, 1904-April16, 2003 Mom, you brought 'joy to our lives. Sadly missed by your sons, Edwin Person, ., Russell Person and families. '' BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANTHIONY 'TONY' WILLIAM, Baby Poppa Sunrise: 4-14-70 Sunset: 6-27-06 Remembering you on your birthday. We miss you and love you. Our love has not diminished but.grown stronger. We carry you in our hearts everyday. We thank God for the years that He gave you to us. Our love for you is eternal. Love your Your brother, Vernon and family; sister, Sheila and family; aunts, Betty, Emma and -Mary; Frank and Henry; all your nieces and cousins; and very special friends, Willie Barber and Otis; especially Baby Boy. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 HAPPY BIRTHDAY KWANE KWANE DOSTER Our hearts are still saddened with your loss. Rest in peace and may God keep His loving arms around you. Your loving family, Harriet, Yolie, Woody and Meme. REMEMBRANCE EVANGELIST EMMA LEE CARPENTER The L!!gend "Ole Is Alive "May the work I've done speak forme.'. From The Legend To The Legacy. Acts 1:8, "But ye shall receive power, after the Holy Ghost is come upon you." "Ole" is the Mission, Operation Legacy, Emma-Lee ... a "Bucified Angel." .. .... v Chapel::. n has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners -301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa,-Fl33806 Ph: (813) 253 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@lj.net


MEMORIAM I CARDS OF THANKS -. IN MEMORIAM HAROLD EVANS -: One year has passed and we all miss you. Wife, Gloria K. Evans; Charlotte, Ida, and all grandkids; mother, Castoria Evans> close friends, ;yvonne Montgomery; and Sister Gordon.t A PERSONAL THANKS BERTHA LEE ., JACKSON The family of Bertha Lee Jackson would like to offer our sincere thanks to everyone who in our time of.need exhibited acts of kindness, whether it was through kind words, cards or food. A special thanks goes out to: Big John's Alabama Barbeque, Barbara Baker, Greg and Deborah Powe, and the Revealing Truth Church Family, the New Mt. Zion Churc:-!1 Family, and. Delta Theta Tampa A!..tmnae Chapter. Personal thanks will" come the Jaittjly at a later date. "The blessings of ,U,lfd maketh rich and .. sorrow to it." ::-: "' Pat, Byron; "Alexander arid Victoria Jackson. HAROLD MAURICE HALL, SR. 11/9/68 -3/22/07 The family of Harold Maurice Hall, Sr. would like o thank each and everyone for their support, words of comfort, flowers, visits, foods, cards and calls. We appreciate every gift of love and may God bless each of you with every need you may need. Thank each and everyone. Love, the Hall family! Special thanks to: Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, Pastor John Donaldson and Bow-Tie. SPECIAL THANKS MR. JAMES BARBER, SR. On behalf of the family of Mr. James Barber, Sr. we extend to each of you our heartfelt gratitude for your prayers, and support during the passing of our pre-cious loved on e. A special thanks to Pilgrim Rest Church Family. Special thanks to: Rev. McQueen, Pastor Reese and Pastor Peterson. -"Remember Them They Were" Creative-Catching-Realistic Monuments Quality Products At Great Prices rlenced Mastercraftsmen Always Dependable & Reliable MONALis MONUMENTS (813) 810-0301 Fax (813) 242-4194 3202 East M.LK. Blvd. Tampa Ser.vlng The Tampa Bay Area For Over 24 Years Credit Cards MRS. JEWELL CALHOUN The family of Mrs. Jewell Calhoun would like to say thank you to our family and friends for all of your acts of kindness shown to us. A special thanks to: our Pastor and Church family, Stone's Memorial and staff and to Wanda for the beautiful programs. Thank you. The family. A PERSONAL THANKS ALEXANDER WILLIAMS On behalf of Alexander William's, Patrick, Alexia, Alexis, Phylisha and Patricia Jackson. would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone who offered .acts of kindness during our time of need. A special thanks goes to Delta Sigma 1'heta Tampa Alumnae Chapter, and Jacqueline Davis. A personal thanks will come from the family at a later date. For we know "All things work together for good for them who love God and are called according to His purpose." Thanks: Alexis, Alesia, Phylisha, Patricia Jackson and Patrick JacksonWilliams. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL .BULLETIN CARD OF THANKS ALBERTA MACON The family of the bite Alberta Macon would like to thank the community, friends, relatives, everyone for their acts of kindness. Thanks for the prayers, cards, flowers; visits, donations, food and beverages during our time of bereavement. Special t)lanks to: Pastor W. J. Williams and the New Mt. Zion M. B. Church family and Aikens Funerai Home Staff. Children: Ernestine Coleman, Ernest Macon, Elizabeth Austin and Alberta Ja<;kson. THANK YOU MARY E. SHERMAN The family of the late Mary E. Sherman would like to acknowledge with gratitude everyone for their prayers, love, sup-. port, words of encouragement, food, monetary donations, and other acts of sup-. port during this time of mourning. May God bless each and every one of you. Thanks. The Family. "'11ze. Vbice of Our Conununitv 5peaking for ltse-(l, 13) 248-192 Sometimes the people who need pay _their respects the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_,,,, ..... ost are the ones who .! UntiLnow. 'I Sard condob1ceS Send flowers Read obituaties View photos Muchmore cil_i'Wnstar'ic:es it impossible" to a loved .. :; one's funeral, we're pkased to l}ffer. you another way to share your condolences. From virtual to actual tloral arrangements; us online and we11 help you send all the thoughts and final wishes you woidc!. have wanted t? offer 'in person. .' ., r 0 JJ c )> (/) m z ::t z m r;IIJ c: r r !!1 .. -z "'0 c: IIJ c (/) :J: m c m < m JJ < c: m (/) c )> z c ., JJ c


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Browne Pass Away Calvin Lockhart, the Bahamian-born actor who appeared in a number of 1970s black movie mega hits died March 29 in Nassau from complications of a stroke. He was 72. Lockhart, is best remembered as inner-city hustler Biggie Smalls in the 1975 comedy "Let's Do It Aga in," Lockhart played in more than a dozen movies, includ ing the Ossie Davis-directed "Cotton Comes to Harlem," in which he played the immoral preacher, Rev. Deke O Malley. In the 1980s, he had a recurring role on the primetime soap opera "Dynasty" playing a love interest of Diahann Car r oll's character, Dominiqu e Deveraux. One of his last big-studio movies was 1988's "Coming to America," where he had a supporting role of Colonel Izz i. But it is Lockhart's "Let's Do It Again" character that may have played a role in a younger generation of fans giving him his props: The Duke Lacrosse Players Cleared In Rape Case RALEIGH, N.C.-(AP) The Duke lacrosse rape case final ly collapsed Wednesday with North C a rolina's top prosecutor saying the three athletes were railroaded by a district attorney who ignored increasingly flimsy evidence in a tragic rush to accuse. In a blistering assessment of the case, Attorney General Roy Cooper dropped all charges against the players all but ensuring that only one. person in the whole scandal will be held to account: Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong. "This case shows the enormous consequences of overreaching by a prosecutor," Cooper said': Cooper, who took over the case in January after Nifong was cha_ rged with ethics vio lations that could get him disbarred, said his own investi gation into a stripper's claim that she was assaulted at a team party found nothing to corroborate her story, and "led us to the conclusion that no attack occurred "There were many points in the case where caution would have served justice better than bravado," Cooper said. "In the rush to condemn, a community and a state lost the ability to see clearly." CALVIN LOCKHART gangster nemesis of S idney Poitier and Bill Cos b y's do good characters; Lockhart's B iggie Smalls was the new school mobster moving in on John Amos' old school Kansas City M ack. The ultra-cool Biggie Smalls character became a model that many followed, from everyday inner-city hustlers to an internationally-known hip-hop artist. While Amos' Kansas Cit y Mack was just as conniving as Lockhart's Biggie S malls, it was the Smalls character -and Lockhart's portrayal -that articulated the new, more refined gang-ster, and was a significant reason why Christopher Wallace, aka Notorious B.I.G. took on the name Biggie Smalls. ROSCOE LEE BROWNE Roscoe Lee Browne, an Emmy Award-winning actor with a mellifluous baritone that he used to give voice to in everything from Shakespeare's plays to the popular animal film Babe, died Wednesday at CedarsSinai Medical Center. He was 81. The cause of death was cancer, publicist Ala n Nierob -A classically trained actor with a commanding presence, Browne worked for some of the leading directors in film, from Alfred Hitchcock in Topaz to Jul e s Dassin in Uptight to William Wyler in The Liberation of L.B. Jones. won his Emmy in 1986 for a guest appearance as Professor Foster in an .. episode of The Cosby Show. 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The guardian of one of four teenagers arrested for com mitting 5 robberies is upset. Ms. Betty Keel, the guardian .for Aramis Edwards, said her nephew was lied to by school officials and frightened into making statements to police. Edwards, 18, along with Vernon Hobbs, 18, Eduardo Godfrey, 17, and Keevaughn Sheggog, 16, were charged Wednes.day with committing armed rob beries. Hobbs was charged with 4 counts of armed robbery and 1 count of attempted armed rob bery. Edwards was. charged with 2 counts of armed rob bery and 1 count of attempted robbery. Godfrey and Sheggog were each charged with 1 count of armed robbery. According to the Tampa Police. Department, on March 27th Hobbs and Edwards walked into the KFC/Taco Bell Restaurant at 1605 West Kennedy Boulevard armed with mace and firearms. When the victims were unable to open the safe, they alleged ly sprayed them with mace and fled. Police said Hobbs and Edwards later walked into the Metro PCS Store at 4305 North Armenia Avenue armed with guns and mace, ordering the manager to hand over money.-After the manager complied, they allegedly sprayed mace and fled. On March 28th, police said Hobbs and Edwards walked into the Hello Cellular Store at 6804 North Armenia and demanded money at gunpoint. The victim complied and Hobos and Edwards fled. 'Later that same day, police said Hobbs and Sheggog walked into the Metro PCS Store at 4305 North Armenia VERNON HOBBS and demanded money form employees at gunpoint. The victim!> complied and both teenagers fled. On April 6th, police said Hobbs and Godfrey walked into the Wendy's Restaurant at 1615 West Kennedy Boulevard wearing skeleton masks and armed with guns. Hobbs allegedly took an employee at gunpoint to the back of the store to open a safe while Godfrey held cus tomers at gunpoint. Both fled with an undetermined amount of cash. Police said they were able to identify the suspects when someone reported the license plate of the car used in the robberies. On Tuesday, detec tives located the vehicle and determined the owner was not involved in the robberies. Ms. Keel said she found out about her nephew's arrest when an assistant principal at Howard W. Blake called and asked to speak to his mother. "I told her I was his guardian. She told me he was being arrested, but wouldn't tell me for what". "When he got to the office and saw Hobbs, he realized he had been lied to when they took him out of his class." Ms. Keel said school offi-CRIME NEWS ARAMIS EDWARDS cials wouldn't tell her where police were taking her nephew at first, but later said he was being taken to the Orient Road Jail. "When I heard what he had been charged with, I crumbled inside. I've been taking care of him since he was little and he has never given me any problems. He's not perfect, but when he's with me he's always respectful." Ms. Keel said when she did reach Edwards, he was very scared. "That's why he started talk ing. He told me he overheard them saying he was going to prison for 30 years. He never had an attorney or anyone else present during the questioning. "Legally, we don't know what we're going to do. I'm on disability and his mother just started a new joh and can't take any time off." Tampa Police spokesperson Lisa Parashis said Edwards was 18 when he was arrested, and all interviews by detectives are recorded. She also said Edwards signed a statement informing him of his rights. Hobbs Had Promising Football Career Those close to Vernon Man ,In Popcorn shop Owner's Murder-Gets Life Sentence The 2-day trial of Nathaniel Jackson, accused of first-. degree murder in.the shooting death of popcorn shop owner Jeffrey endecl Thursday with a diet. The jury took just over 3-112 hours to return a verdict of guilty 'on aU counts. Jackson was immediately sentenced to life in prison on charges of armed kidnapping, aggravated assault with a firearm, first-degree and carjacking. Prosecutors said Jackson didn't shClot Dampier, but could still ;. 'o pr;,;un for life on a felony m;Jrdc: l:harge if jurors felt gave the order for his girlfriend, Victoria Jacbon, to pull the trigger. Victoria Jackson has already been sentenced to life in prison. Prosecutors said the couple planned tot kidnap and rob Dampier, then later. killed him to keep him quiet. Dampier, 39, 'was the brother-in-law of Victoria NATHANIEL JACKSON ... was sentenced to life on Thursday. He openedKassie's Gourmet Popcorn in the city's Channelside district after winning a $20 million lottery in Illinois. Prosecutors saiq Dampier was also Victoria Jackson's lover, and jealousy and money drove Nathaniel_ Jackson, her other boyfriend, to harm him. The plan climaxed July 26, JEFFREY DAMPIER ... was. kidnapped and fatally shot in 2005. I 2005 when Victoria Jackson called Dampier to her Brandon apartment, where he was tied up with shoestrings and forced into his van. Prosecutors said there, Victoria Jackson shot him in the head as Nathaniel Jackson drove around. Nathaniel Jackson's attorney said his client did not provoke or expect the shooting. EDUARDO GODFREY Hobbs are still in shock. They can't believe he would ever get involved in something like this. A close family friend said Hobbs, known to those close around him as "Duck," had a promising football career, comes from a good family, attended church, and was well-liked by everyone. Clarence Jones, editor for the school's paper, The Blaze, and a columnist for the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, said he knew Duck very well. "We were close friends and I was his mentor. He was planning on getting his grades up and really wanted to attend college to play football. "I think he just got caught up in a bad situation. I'm still shocked about all of this." Jones said Duck had a promising football career and just wasn't the kind of person to get involved in something like this "I !lever thought he had the courage to do something like this. I think things on the outside just got to him. He was really a great student and friend." Blake Head Football Coach Sean Washington said he's in a lot of pain and hopes he will be able to recover. "What hurts as well is they KEEVAUGHNSHEGGOG (the media) are trying to make the things these kids did reflective of the school. These are just things all of our kids get caught up in. "Vernon's senior year was full of promise,, and the big schools were already looking at him. "We need to keep the kids focused and involved in positive activities and not on an Xbox or in front of the televi sion. It has to start at home. I loved this kid. I really cared a lot about him. We talked a lot and he's a great kid, in spite of what the papers are saying." Coach Washington said Hobbs was more of a lady's man, always smiling, joking and trying to impress the ladies. ... "I haven't had a chance to sit down with his family, but I will go by their home to drop off the letters of interest he got from the big schools who wanted to r .ecruit him. "We as a society must support all of the kids and help them recover from this mistake. I hope Vernon doesn't get too stiff a sentence and is allowed to recover. He made one bad decision that probably cost him a future in foot ball, but notfor life." Shooting Death Being LEONARDO THOMAS ... shot to death in parking lot of Springwood Apartments near USF campus. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is investigating the shooting death of a man Wednesday evening at' an apartment complex near the University of South Florida. '. According to the sheriffs office, Leonardo Thomas, 28, was shot several times in the parking lot of the Springwood Apartments on 42nd Street. 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Installation And Welcome Service Covenant fvlissionary Baptist Church, 4610 E. Hanna Ave., held its Installation and Welcome Service for Pastor/Teacher Carnell Upshaw and First Lady Betty J. Upshaw. There was a full house to witness the cere mony of Sunday, March ll th. Deacon Richard Banks of New :Vlt. Zion l\lissio11ary Baptist Church was the master of ceremonies. Otl1ers on the progmm were : Deacon Lamarcus W. Larry, Georgia M. Grayes, Deacon Raymond Shoats, who pre sented the pastor and his wife; Evelyn W. Larry and the Youth Ministry escorted the couple; Janice Nunn-Nelson sang a solo and the prayer of installation was by Evangelist Mary Washington. The Charge to the Church was given by Rev. Massalena W. Echols, pastor, Greater Love Clnistian Center, Inc. Plant City; Charge to the Pastor, by Dr. B. Franklin Echols, Bishop, Greater Love Christian Center, Inc. Plant City ; hymn of consecration and commitment, 'A Charge 'J'o Pastor Carnell and First Lady Bettye J. Upshaw at their installation and welcoming service. Among Covenant M. B. Church members standing are from left, Dea. Lamarcus Larry, Carl Larry and Paullne Larry Grant. Young people at the service included Freemon Grayes, IV, Koree Stanton, Gerrell Conaway and Ironee Grayes. Deacon Tommy Robinson of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church is seated rear, right. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Workman. / Keep, led by Emma Williams of New Mt. Zion M. 13. Church ; and proclamation of the gospel by Rev. Fred Sanders, pastor of Macedonia M. 13. Church. Pastor Carnell Upshaw and First Lady Bettye J. Upshaw gave closing remarks. (Photographs by James McAllister) Mrs. Annie Upshaw, mother of the honored pastor. .1\fs. Georgia M. Grayes gave the occasion. Deacon Raymond Shoats presented the pastor and his wife. Janice Nunn-Nclson sang n .-.oio. From left: Rev. Richard Mims, Rev. Shafter Scott of St. Mary M. B. Church, Plant City; Dr. B. Franklin Echols, Bishop, Greater Love Christian CenteJ;", Inc., Plant City, and Dea. Richard Banks, who presided. Wayne Bright and Mrs. Curtiss Wilson of Wilson Funeral Home presented a plaque to Pastor Ca-rnell Upshaw Among those in the audience were Ms. Emma Wiliams, who led the hymn of consecration and commitment, Joel Ventus and wife, Sherman Upshaw, brother of the pastor, and other family members. Mary Jones, standing in hat, and Daisy Jenkins, seated, were among those who attended the installation service. Left to l'ight at the installation. anq welcoming service for Reverend Cmnell and First Lady Bettye J. Upshnw were: ll'onee G1ayes, Genell Conaway, lnbi G1aves, Evelvn W. LatTY Youth Director. Spotted in thf! background: Den. Tmtuny Robiit;on. :\In;: Yvonne Fot and Den. Willimn Jones.


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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS DEROTHA HARRIS 92-Years-Old Happy birthday to Derotha Harris. From your family: Flagler Family: Helen Flagler, Porchia Flagler; Shakeitha Flagler and Keith Flagler, Jr.; Mack/Williams Famili: Michael Mack, Sr., Trice Flagler-Mack. Monique Williams, A'niajah Williams, Michael Mack, Jr., Armonte Mack; Davis/Williams Family, Late Davis, T'niajah Williams; Sa'nija Williams; Davis/Lezin Family : Sent Davis, Daija Davis, Rodney Lezin, Jr.; Field and Conner Family: Charisse Davis, Conley, Marvin Conley, 'Brian Fields, Robert Conner, Jr.; Davis Family: Marvin Davis, Janet Davis, Felicia Davis, Janet Neal, Davis/Keaton Family: Tesha Davis, Jamesha Keaton, Jamel Keaton, Jakia Keaton; Harris/Barker Family: Sylvia Harris, Tiandra Barker, Carolyn Harris, (not pictured) Keith Flagler, Sr., Calvin Harris, Neal and Shauntel Harris. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info Academy Prep C _enter -of Tampa V.M. Ybor Campus 1407 E. Columb us Dri ve (813) 248-5600 APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR 5th & 6th. GRADE STUDENTS (2007-08 School Year) (Current 4th & 5th Graders) Do you want your child attending a.n outstanding s'''. to 8'1 grade private middle school on a full-tuition scholarship?* Do you want your chi.ld attending a school that requires extensive courses inart, drama, mu sic chess, karate, goal-setting arid social skills that compliment -. the full range of academic courses? If your child is a high achiever, _do you want him or her g oin g on to a competitive college prep program on a full-tuition scholarship? If you would Hke your child to take advantage of one of the most u nique middle school programs. in the state, please call the Acade .r_ny Prep office at (813) 1\cudcmy Prep Center of Tampu not discriminate on the busis qf race. color. national and ethnic nrigin in udministration of its education policies. admissions policies. scholarship and loan programs. and and other school admini s tered pwgrams. /\It adm itted stude!J_ts must qualify for the Federa l Free & Reduced Meals Program Happy Birthday, Mother HARRIETT MCCRAY Birthday wishes go out to our mother Harriett McCray, on April 12, 2007 Look Who's Turning? MS. LISA Like once, look twice, Ms. From your kids, DeMario, Chiquita. Kiawania and Mr. Joe. Lisa is ? and still looks nice. Happy birthday! Love you, Sista. Look Who's Turning 2 NATHAN GRIER 4-10-07 Happy birthday Big Nate. Love, mommy, daddy and LeLe. I $10 Gets your Honor Roll student's photo in the paper on Friday, April 2007 Wednesday, Friday, Apri/18 3 Child's Name I School 1 Parents 1 Granparents 1 I Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, I Principal's Honor Roll. Citizenship I 1 Chun.h 1 Phone# I (Not For Publication) I leutllel :D 0 )> "'0 :D I .... w N 0 0 ...... "TT I 0 lJ 0 )> (/) m z ::j z m I I m c r r m ::j z "'0 c m r en :I: m 0 m < m lJ < ..... c m (/) 0 :I> z 0 "TT lJ 0 C') m w I m


,.... 0 0 N BIRTHDAY GREETINGS M ,... ...J a: a. = <( c a: LL c a: LL c z a: w Mrs. Alveda 'The Ageless Diva' ALVEDA, MAGIC And COUSIN Mom, if I said it once, I have said it twice. It seems like just yesterday you were changing my pampers, I miss those days. You are getting more gorg eous with each day that passes!! But if you get any older I will be returning the favor by changing your pampers, while still loving and pampering you at the same titne!! You are an ageless Diva. Happy birthday and many_ more to come. Love always, Magic and the kids. / -P. S. Everyone at. Hardee C. L says happy.birthday Momma---Magic. MARQUEVIUS POLITE I would like to wish my baby boy a happy birthday. He will be doing it big with friends and family. Love, Angeline and Doobie. TWO Saadiq Minor, happy 3oth birthday. Minor fami lies loves you. God bless you, April 13, 2007. -> r' w c w J: U) ::::; m ::: D.. z i= W '...J -...J :::: m ...=. w z i= z w -U) < c -a: 0 ...J LL Theta Omega Chapter r -". -of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. -,.,.,': ., ... Presents '.EC > a:Dcein Shades 37th Aiuiual Teenage Tampa of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc._ < 2007-Tampa _Convention Center. 333 S. Franklin St.-. Downtown Tickets: $12 per person or $1 0 for gro ups of 1 0 o r tnore. \ .. PresidentDeidre R. Jones General Chairman Yvette R. Hall Cp-Ch'airman J > l' : :. : '. '. For More I.,formation (813) 657-0480. -. LASHAWNTA MELTON At 3 Years Old LASHAWNTA MELTON Now God has smiled on me when He blessed me with an angeL Happy birthday baby. From, your mommy; Rhonda Taylor and your clad, Gerald Melton.. And a happy belated birthday Terrance Lyles (Buddy), mommie loves you too. April16 DEE DEE Aprill6tli Happy 15th birthday Camden. Happ_,. lath Dec Dee. Come walk it out baby hailer style on Saturday, :\pril J Jth if you were invited, you know that place. From. SiCondrai, Angie, Flap, Melvin, Shay, Tay Tay, Nana. Ngia. A Ro, grandparents. Simmons,-Riggins and Williams, and the rest .of the family. Happy Birthday .. :.., .. BRIANA PORTER 3 Months .... .. 0 '(.\ BRIANA .PORTER 3 Years ';:. IL:ii 'Rrc K -. to {lttr. : 'Lit Rick. : .i-. From \'uul imd di(lL Ylah,_ :hs poppit\g off 'Saturday, 1 -Ith at tlw Lod .gt .lin A\liany and Palme'ttu with :; mpri.-ing gutsts and gil'l and ho\' l'oritti;t. Call lin info at (1-113) -A hig hirth day gift 1it the end of tlw. pmty (you can' c lov e \'ou \ 'iJt i{ you l'Cllt'l iM ciltllig : with clmr 'I t 1 pot a jJ!tast hart-'-"l'i.' :, (tl lttJ/111' o,. clo11'1 -go:ni Briana. Who will ht :l on;;: -..... .r. 1 ._., aiii'IIC yum Thild 11; .. ):uk' Any tli.<:'rP:-;JHtt _yd{U' will l'Pilltlvt!d 'huni t lw April 1.2. Sht>. win with fa mil;-<_< Lnvt \'O'u. D('si Boo an(l NaNn Ms,,('otton.


:::c Happy 1st Birthday To Kailah Jade Brown KAILAH And SYLVESTER We love vuu TONY, DESSIREE And KAILAH From and dad, Dessiree and Tony, big brother, Sylvester. auntie and uncle, Delena and Daniel. and grandpanmts, Bettye and Zeke Ennis. ALAYNA RACQUEL RIVERA ANGELINE It's that time again for your girl to turn a year wiser and finer. So to all my fans, you don't have to wait anymore, come with your cell phone, because lights, cameras and action. 'Becoming A Young Lady' I would like to wish my daughter. Terica Ward. a happy 16th birthday (April \ s1wcial birthday_ i:> :-wnt to 12). Remember baby girl, Rhcrn. whoturncd the big #1 today. the_world, don't let Alnynn -cPldli':ltLc .LhcJ' at thl Brandon Chuck E.. the world change you! .. C'hLtse .. pa:-:;t nwmhers friends. Love. mom, Kissten, big Aln}:nn j:; tlw of tlw proud parents. Amanda a 'nd sist.t;",r, DeDe, Sed rick, Albe. itf; I IHF of Yolnndn Durassaint, Louis Derykay, #1 fan Dyamond, jl .. Myia RiV(! I'a and Eugene Grt!U,!IX; tlw great aunts; Binky, Kia, Mamp; ANGELINE Birthday wishes are going out to Angeline, Yes, it's her time to shine for 07. So fan clubs, step your.game up because the realest female is coming through. So, fans, please watch the weather, instead of watching me, Love, Cuzo Meo, 2-Pack, Rita and Ariel. ., .. 'rd like to wish my baby, chandra' a7happy birthday. Love you baby. Trone Danzey Dudlc) (Sadie) Bryant, Lela Mae .Ping' and Aisha;itncles ,, Albury, Albury,_ Alicin Patte!, Antonio Rivera :Cnrlos, Kenny Sa111. :uid an$1Adclh\ GreiuLx. -.. grandpitrents, Ethel; Hazel. .. :: Kinn 1 S S .' .. ... : .. t' ,\uuld al,;o llkt ; a :--:hout out to my ne,ilww. .Jolu1son ,Jr; nar:; old Oil l-607. st c .. Chris-tian A _. .. arid io i1wst'll'. Nc.;H.'<>ishia \ViJJiumfi. wlwi,..: now thl big :32. ., .. 'I-Ha ml \ .. Kc.isha )11\'l'S :Birthday_ lilt. :-;. \'111.\:-iiU 11.1111.1. e Te:\mpa P.hilharmomc Choir .. Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill, Director In \VithThc Department Beulah Institutional Baptist Church .Dr. W. James Fa\orite. Scni<>f An African American Sacred Music Workshop Aprill4, 2007 9:00A.M.-4:00P.M. FREE WORKSHOP: I "r S1ngcr' ln .;tnun..:nt. d!Sh llw1r lllr..:cllr.; And\\ .. r ,lur L..:ad..:r.; Fal. illt;;t "'D :::c r N c c ..... I .. )>' z Q .'


"'" 0 0 BIRTHDAY GREETINGS "' M' ,... ...J a: a. <( Love Is Beautiful, Love Is True So Spend It With Someone Who Loves You <( c a: LL c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::::) _I-> a: w > w C w :I: en '::::i m ::::) D. z i= w ...J ...J .::::l m ...:. w z i= z -<( e a: 0 ...J LL m I CD w C!J MR. PIERRE And MS. YOLANDA MR. APRIL 12 And MS. YOLANDA Try not to take yourself a little too seriously, just cool it a lit tle bit and have fun in your life. I am so glad you made it to April 12. Baby, you made it. With God nothing shall be impos sible. Happy birthday. With God all things are possible. -; JOSHUA Arid JALEN Look who 2: it's Joshua McClendon, 4-13-2005. Happy birthday. Big Boy. Love, mommy, daddy, Dominique, and big brother, Jalen. SHAWNTA, BOBBY, CAMERON And JA'ZARIA We want to wish a happy birthday to our Mommy. We love you! Bobby, Cameron and Ja'Zaria. God's Child CHARLOTTE Wishing myself a happy birthday. Thanking the Lord for blessing me thus far. Giving me the knowledge and strength to survive and unto that I .will never be afraid of tomorrow, from what I've been. through yesterday, fp-most I love today; 4-14-07. _Hosted By Apostle Cynthia Forde & .. _Dr. Ada Davis Of Women Of Excellence CYNTHIA .FORDE r; p:_ At "', f' .. ., -T ':,.. .r. Ziort.Church-Of Holiness Tampa Park Plaza .-Apri. l : 7 ... April 21, 2007-Banquet 7 P.M. A Must For Women That Need An "Answered Prayer'' ln Their Life MusicBy Bro. Eddie Durant Speakers For The Week: SIS ; ALICE DONNELL First Baptist Church of College Hill DR. ADA DAVIS Womeri .of Excellence A.POrSTLEcvNTHIA FORDE Zion Church Of Holiness call850-8414 or 850-8187 For More Information SHAWNTA, a.k.a., MISS PRETTY '" Happy birthday to me. Oh yes, I'm 23. giving the glory to God keeping me on top. Catch me and the click, show stopping at 112. We will be in the building. Happy Birthday REDD HOTT Yes, I'm 30 and they still ID me for l<;>tto. It's not the quality, it's the quantity!!! Also wishing my baby girl, Kearria, a belated 13th birthday. Mommy loves you. my cousin, Odell. GLORIA SHELLMAN Happy birthday to my blessed Mother, AprillOth_ Frank Shellinan and Ahmad Watkins. :NICOLE.and TERR, t -. {;f. i\fl She's celbrating anotHer' bjrthday, 4-14. Happy birthday. Bae. You meall the worlq to us. Ter.r_y anct IQds.: Dirccliuns: ( lliJI,J,.,rnuch :\vc.' 1.-Your Road) If vou ar< cuminc lhm In 47th Stn,;;t. tum tlw dmrd1 will lx ;,n ytur right. If you the \Vc,,t, take II h 47th turn kft tlw church will he on


===: BIRTHDAY GREETINGS ===: This Is Why We're Hot! BRITNEY S HAWNT A And TK We're hot because we're fly! You ain't because you're not! I want to wish my dawg, Shawnta a happy birthday and many more to come. We'll be stunting at 112 where all the real players play. Happy birthday Dawg! FPom your ace, Baby Girl. MEKA And LO'S Happy birthday Lo's. This is why we are hot. Love, Mini. Happy birthdayLo's: You and Will J stupid. Love, your wife. A Local Church has an opening for a Christian, dedicated and committed musician (piano primary). Some reading ability is preferred. Salary negotiable. Please call (813) 248 CHANELLA n d SHAN A I want to wish my little sister a happy birthday! We will be show stopping at 112 and the Mirage. So beware because beauty like this will leave you paralyzed. Happy birthday. From your big sister, Britney. I I Love You JENNIFER And RODERICK After knowing and being in love with you for three years, I know that you were the one meant for me. I am so happy to be in your life and finally your wife. I love you always and forever. Your wife, Jennifer Hill' Rankin. ABE B_ROWN 1\1INISTI{!ES CRUSADE CALENDAR Next Stops ... .Gulf Correctional Institution Li berty Correctional Institution & Work Cainp Calhoun Correctional Institution &Work Camp Date: April21, 2007 Departure Time: 4:00A.M. Return Time: Approx. 11:00 P.M. Round Trip Price: $40.00 Caii813-247-3285 For Info To Reserve Your Seat "When /'was incarcemtedyo11 came to see IIJP." -Matthew 28-RELIGIOUS "TT ::c 0 BY REV RICKY WIGGS diately he was in the spirit. }:( Before he could enter in he )> was transformed and put in "'C the spirit. Flesh cannot ::C access heavenly things. In order to see and comprehend heavenly visions one must be 1\) 0 0 -...! lean You See It Now? I This week in the book of Revelation 4, John shares the vision he saw in Heaven. God will show an individual what he needs to see. God showed this vision to John so that he could share the vision with others. Many times God will give visions that are to be shared with others. The purpose of sharing the vision is not to make the individual seem superior or more spiritual, itis meant to provide others with information on how to live better and richer lives. The vision which God is showing John is not what is taking place right now. Perhaps it is not taking place on earth because the people are not doing it. The issue is worship. After John sees the vision, he then has something to teach and share. Many people do not worship because they do not know or understand the concept of worship. saw. There was an invitation and a transformation. First, there was the invita tion. In v erse 1 he said that he looked and saw a door standing open in heaven. As he stood in a position in his flesh he was able to see the door. The door is recognizable in the flesh. To access heavenly things one must come through the door. Jesus said that He is the.door (John 10:9). The door that is standing can only be opened from the inside of heaven. The door to see the visions of the way your life should be is standing open for you. Jesus is the door and He has the door opened for you. This is the invitation for you to come ip. You can see it with your flesh and you can approach it in your flesh. The second part that John discloses is what I want to call the transformation. In verse 2 John says that immein the spirit. Part of the church's problem is that it is trying too hard to see spiritual things and comprehend spiritual vision through the eyes of the flesh. That is why there are so many fights and disagreements in church meetings. One person may be seeing in the spirit and the others are there and looking in the flesh. Before John could walk into Heaven and see the things that God was revealing he had to be in the spirit. When God gets ready to show you something, you must be transformed from the mindset of the flesh and be put in a spiritual place. You cannot understand the Book of Revelatioq from your flesh. You must be in the spirit. To comprehend and understand what God is calling you to do and be, you must get in the spirit. God is trying to show .you your future and how you should live. To see it you must be in the spirit. Get ip the spirit so you can see the visions of God. The belief is that by sharing this vision with the churches, the people will have a better understanding of what is expected in worship and when. The vision will also give the persons involved and the role of each person. In the church everybody has a role to play in worship Everyone has a role to play in creating the atmosphere in worship. Worship is not just for the pastor and the choir. God's Side Progressive issionary Baptist Inc. Temporarily Worshipping At DoubleTree Guest Suites 11310 N. 30th Street Palm 1 & 2 Worship Service Sunday 9 A.M. DANN Y C. OSBORNE F o und er /Pastor John gives insight why some people do not see the vision of worship. There are events that must take place. He was not able to just walk into heaven and see what he Come Be A Part Of A Winning Team I Are YOU a Sabbath observer?. Looking for a good church with a Pentecostal atmosphere. Well, Come to the aislloD 'olllinv L. Williams :.. ... ...... (THE OF GOD) Church: 813-248-1907 3403 N. $treet Tampa: FL 33605 .. Wednesday 7:30 p m. Bible Study Daughters Of Zion Women's Ministry Mondays : 7:30 p, m. Sabbath Every Friday 7:30 p. m. Praise & Worship Joy Night Sabbath Morning 10:30 a. m. Sabbath School Sabbath Evening 1:30 p. m. Praise & Worship Service Sunday Available For Servic e For More Information: 813-892-1111 Website: www.HouseofGodTampa.org Pastor Johnny L. 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CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe SL .. / REV. WIUIE J. COOK. PASTOR Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. Fint Missionarr BaJtist Cllurc Of Niglllancl Pines 4711 21st Ave. R Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627-03338 New FriendshiP M.B.Church 3107 E. Lake Avo. 248-4127 Rev. H. L. Daniels, Paslor Weekly Activities SllldaY Ch .. ch School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship Bible Class EwnlngWorship Wednesday Prayer MeeUng Bible SbldV 10:45A.M. 4:30P.M. 5P.M. 7P.M. 7:30P.M Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Comer of Hwy. 301 Ami Ave.) "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" ... Invite You To Attend Our Services: REV. RONALD FORTUNE AndFIRST LADY, SIS. MOZELLE FORTUNE Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bihle Study 6:30P.M. Church School Service 9:30A.M. Worship Service llA.M. "Bless 7}1e Lord 011 My Soul And All That Is Within Me ... "Praise The Lord:1 Holy Name :BROWN_MtMORifiL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313" E. 27th AVE. (813) 248 (813) 241 WEEiiL'I WORSHIP SCHEOVLE Sunday Scllool 9:30A.M. sunday Morning Worsllip 11A.M. sunday Evening worslliP .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Nigllt WorslliP ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS PASTOR www.browntnemorlalcoglc.or_e Church Where The Love Of"GodFiows And The Holi Ghost Is In Full Control.'' TemDie Crest Church Of Christ : JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Mom. Worship -10:30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Eve one Welcome GRACE MARY M. B. CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 24S.Jn9 .;.:-:-:: ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Early Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m: Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED LIFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Worshippill!l At WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Shadowlawn, Tampa, FL, 33610 (813) 238-6706 REV. JACOB JORDAN, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS E11rly Homing Worship 8 11.m. Sund11y School -9:30 11.m. Homing Worship -11 11.m. Wednesd11y Evening Pl"llver Meeting & Bible Cl11ss 7 p.m. NEW BEGINN!l'\G CHURCH SERVICES 7:45A.M. Service 11 A. 1\1. Service 6 P. 1\1. Hip Hop Genre Empowerment Senice GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th St. REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! "To &ww Cl11irr AJ1d r,, )fake Cl11irr &unm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. Palmetto St. &79 P11stor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Bible Study Wednesday Night at 6:311 P. M. SAM MAXWELL Pastor/Teacher Adult/Children Worship nmes 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:!i:I!Jilllli$ Sunday-9:45 A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult Friday Noon USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Ads 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship 10:45 a.m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621 Tuesday Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a.m. 1st and 3rd SaturdayS Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org info@fbcch.orv Thankful Thursday Fellowship Thursday at 12 Noon. Pastor DR. THO:\IAS L. HADDEi\', III "Pastot One Clwrr:h T11o Locarions :\' lain Lncation '" IOSll !\lain Street *Sunday School* 9:30a.m. :\Ioming Worship 11 a. m. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 p. m. Hunicane Gym* 37IS 7th East "' :\lonling :\'Ianna 9 a. m. For Tram.portation, Call (IH3) 91lti-9S04 The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, fl 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Everybody Is Somebody" Early Morning Worship 8 9:30 A.M. Sunday School ....................... 9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Morning Service ...... H ... : ................... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ............................. 7 P.M. Friday. YPWW ....................................... 7 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teaching ................... S:9 .P.M. Deacon David C. Jorden, Deacon Board Chairman Church (8131 621-6764 Home (813) 654-1950 Fax (813) o..o ST. 'OHN CATHEDRAL : 3401 E. 25th Av.nue, Tampa, Fl, 33605 (Comer 34th Sti'Ht & 25th Av.nue) Ph: (813 248-3737 or 248-3651 Carellne: (813)-HELP o OBC: 247-3205 Noah 248-4408 Fax: (813) 242-8078 BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Pastor Weekly Adivity Schedule Sunday, 9 a.m ............... 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...... 0 0 C\1 Awareness Of Disease: ..J a: a. c:r Classes Unite To Do More Than Socialize > c:r c a: LL > c:r c a: LL c z c:r > c:r c en W ::) 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::i m ::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m I ..J w z i= z w en c:r c a: 0 ..J LL m I 0 ,.... w (!) c:r a. Captured at a recent meeting of the All-Class Reunion were: Grady Ferrell, III, Nancy Gosay, Sharon Scott, Barbara Norton, Dianne Powell, Linda Watson, Cheryl Crumb, Curtis Reed, Sonya Alexander, Adrian White, Don Lee, Cheryl Aikens, Kar.en Keith, Sheila Russ, George Streets and Darryl House. Some other members of the All Class Reunion who attended a holiday activity at MyHouse Jazz Club: Monica Reed, Cerita Harris, Mae Audrey Jones, Sonia Alexander, Don Lee, Danny Green, Melinda Dudley, Adrian White, Tammy Jackson, CaSandra Washington, Miller, Sheila Russ, Darryl House, Alice Williams, Wanda Brewer and Jeanette Everett. B GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor For the past several months the All Class Reunion group has been hosting social events. These events spark old friendships and memories of times past. The All Class Reunion consists of students who graduated from area high schools from 1974 -1980. Among the schools represented arc: Tampa Bay Tech, Hillsborough, Jefl'et;son, Plant City, Brandon, Jesuit, Academy of the Holy Names, Leto, Plant, Chamberlain, East Bay and Tampa Catholic. Along with the. fun times, thi' s group has also chosen to highlight another important cause while socializing, called Sarcoidosis. Few are aware of this disease, but it has affect ed many in this community as well as the famous actor, Bernie Mac and athlete, ReggiE! White, who has passed a.way. Until the cause of sarcoidosis is understood, there is no known way to prevent it. Sarcoidosis is a multiorgan disease that inflammation of the body's major organs. There is no known cure at this time, but sarcoido. sis affects African Americans and \Vestein Europeans. Many sarcoidosi-s patients do ,.. not have any symptoms, but general symptoms caused by the disease include fever. tiredness or fatigue, weight ,loss, night sweats and an overall feeling of i l l health. Other L symptoms depend on whtch organs the affects The next c.vent hosted by the All Class Rt>union is schc.dukd for l\Iay 4-6 at the Howard Johnson Hotel Downtown. There wi I I be a mt>et and greet. picnic and sPmi-formal dance fiH everyone to join in. Plcasr. come nut and show your support and catch up on The (olles-e Counselor Providrt Pnvatt Acadtmic, (al't'rr and (ollttt (ounttlint + Pr + fdll'l'lll'llrn!(ffi8111 + Admrmondormlnv + -+. [oiiP!f lll.rJor + PrdoiiP!P + + fAII'IPIII!dPPIIOIMfll! old times. For more information on this upcoming event please call Adrian White at 231-59:37 or Valerie Frazier at 245-2046. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Sarcoidosis Foundati o n Negro College Fund and a local charity. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Green Certification Workshop Environmentally-SoundPracticesforProperty,Facility and Real Estate Managers, Leasing Agents, Janitorial Companies and Related Service May1,2007 8:00AM ;.1:00PM Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore 2225 North Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33607 \.,Topics inciude Waste Reduction; General and Electronics Recycling; the "Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design" (LEED) Program; Construction & Demolition Materials; and Green Cleaning and Maintenance for Buildings. FREE EVENT Pre-registration required by April 26 Please call the Solid Waste Management Department at 813-272-5680. Continental Breakfast and Buffet Luncheon sponsored by: HILLSBOROUGH Community College_HB YBOR CITY CAMPUS SPRING lOB FAIR "'. J !livv +i April 17, 2007 9 :00 AM .2:00PM Alisa Keaton at (813) 253-7590 for additional information


............ ....................... ........ ,y.., ... ,. ........ .-.-------------------------------------. April 3, 2007 Dear Florida Sentinel readers, Advertisements running in local 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 television 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 auf highlighted by the bright orange conduit that is feel into the ground for the fiber to be through We began installing the fiber network in 2004 with the idea that we (}o\..IIQ a competitive alternative to Bright Howse cable TV -as long as we had the us to do so. Over three years later, we continue to depiClY the angj e.an nqw offl?.f TV. Internet and telephone S@rvice to fiElarly 460.000 iA fYf = fH:}t f1inished. We will add over 250,000 houeehold tQ that mlmf y tlw At:l f thi Emg gg even more in 2008 and b@yond. We want consumers who ire are i11 ff TV 1l1hle to subscribe to our FIOS service. No matter where they live pen()d Thus tar. frawe: d'ep lbved fib er n areas like New Tampa, south Tampa, Hyde Park. .... .. a100 Bradenton ... and we've also deployed in Sulphur Springs, Uniiversiity Old Seminole Heights, Lowry Park Central, and in public ineludillQ J, L. YOUilQ, C. Nzarlli, MNf, (JrMi t l=fiQh Ri, ElfflllQ th@f, Soon\ will b@Qill d@ploying to 19obl flElfk ViiiElQ@, {jf1tfEll I3Elrk ViiiElQ@, l=light, Riv@f fliEl@ with ffif@ t fIIW, the mew@tl trying to )(@lbliVly fV th WEiltt=w The point Is, we will SQII to who Wtallt Oblf @fVi@ Eilld tfl ffiElfk@t ff Yf @FVi hE! been created through th@ by ttl c::abl@ W ar Wflf@ tfiY f@ ami f:1ily to even more communities. i illVtillQ lit@fAily billiM f dfJIIElf ttl thi J]fdYt t consumers. That is way too much money for it to b only a @fVi, Today. we are trying to tho franc::hiO fUll in iallaha@ W J]ftJViM )'W w1tn choice for TV, Internet and voice oerviee OOn8rl rath8r than latflr =aNd etbl d fj@t that. so they've decided to try to mlolead you, But th8y cannot fJM IWiY wiih n, 't thl)l it will hurt you and your neighboro molt of 1111 you will till only htve tmf = And that choice wrll cost you more than it 1hould, bectut thre J no Please contact your elected representative in TaUaha11ee today and lm tMm know y been fooied let them know you want competition and want to He FlorkJa Mtacf a fat franc;hrse law. much like ten other state5 have already done, ,, ... f /1 .' / .. : .... .. ,/., ........ ,J .... ,-Hf ''n I, '\. t;, ,...,.. tn"' Alan Ciamporcero President. Southeast region Verrzon i f .. .. :. -: .. .. ;. _:. ::::::::::::-:--:::-:= ., .-:-:;. ::: -::-: ., .. ..;. .. .;. ,, : : :IJ 0 l> 1:1 :IJ -,.... I i I I I I I


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News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS April Birthdays Happy birthday to our April celebrants: Carrie Polk, Joy Mitchell, Deborah Anderson, Sarah Mitchell, Krystal Myers, Donna Lewis, Candace Williams, Janice Murphy, Stacie C. King, Diana Ray, Harry Robert, .. III, : Stacy Singleton, Donvonte Davis, Jennifer Willhims, He_nry "Shake" Washingfo"'li, Beverly Mitchell and Martha Phillips. Villager, Clavaughn Moorer and granJdaughter of Avalynda Moorer. Former Tampan In Town It was a sight for sore eyes to see Barbara HepburnFord in town from Virginia, even though she was here to attend her uncle, Howard Hepburn's funeral. Our deepest condolences to the family. LOCAL Reed, Rudolph Burgess, Barbara L. Hart, Willie Mobley, Ben Plair, Sr., Jasper Barns, Jr., Mae Frances Lundy's uncle, Juanita Banks, Sherinita Rush, Olivia Darby, James Miller, Johnnie Mae Garner, Charles Guilford and Ida Boykin. Lauren Jordan, your Fox 13 and Birthday Club family misses you and wishes you a speedy recovery. Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Della) Vickers will be celebrating their special wedding anniversary on April 16, 2007. Congratulations and best wishes to you. Sympathy Talented Inmates Please send your 'typed' poems that you don't mind being published to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618. It's My Time! After 38 years of servicing the Hillsborough County School System, Mrs. Sharen K. Robinson is calling it a day. Mrs. Robinson is retiring from Monroe Middle School after this semester. Mrs. Robinson's plans are to spend lots and lots of time with family and just enjoying life. An Easter Treat Mrs. Dorothy Mallard "TI JJ 0 was very happy to spend the Easter Holiday with her l> daughters, Joyce Anderson 1J and Linda Cotney and other JJ family members. r-Thought For Today 1\J "When you come to the end g of your rope, tie a knot and -...J hang on." F. Y. I. Remember our servicemen and women who put their lives on the line daily for us. Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813! 671-3614, Family Deli, C813J 671-1541 or H. 0. P., (813! 238-5221. Call your news into Iradean London-Biggs at (813! 6776071. Be blessed! A delectable birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Mozell Rhodes was given by her Calvin, Debbie, Michael and Jeffery at the home of daughter, Debbie Griffin. Barbara did get to see the Parker family, nieces and nephews at the home of Tony (Tondra) Parker, and she enjoyed Cuban sandwiches, which she can't get in Virginia. She even got to take some back for her husband, Benjamin Ford. The community's sympath} is sent to the family of John Winter, and his colleagues at Channel 8, due to his recent demise. 9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. -1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Our prayers go out to Ms. Low Rates Friendly Atmosphere Even though the dinner was for Mrs. Rhodes, she and her sister, Sophia surprised the children with an early egg hunt. It was a blessing to see three generations. Happy birthday Mama Rhodes! Happy Birthday Across The Miles Greetings to Joy Moorer. Joy is the daughter of former Sick And Shut-Ins Let us keep the sick and 'shut-ins in our daily prayers: Arlene Evans (Tampa General), Lelia FelderMoss, Lillie Mae Harris, Vera Thomas, Mack Snead, Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Dorothy York, Mozelle Deb-ose, Louise Thomas,. Lillie Thomas, Naomi Kline, Aletha King, Louise $3500 Cash Trade Equity Rosa B. Powell who is home after spending time in the hospital from an injury after a fall. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Js Hosting A Clothes Drive April 21st, Monthly clothes closet giveaway is from 8 a. m. noon in the park adjacent to the church. You're A-OK With Us DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town Power Locks, Cru se & Tilt Steering 2005 TOYOTA PRIUS Loaded, Pwr Windows, Locks, Tint; Cruise, CD PlayerL 2006 JEEP COMMANDER 2005 DODGE NEON SXT Very Low Miles, Auto, 3rd Row Seat, Power Locks & Windows, 5 Door Hatchback 2004 FORD MUSTANG ? Door Coupe, 40th Anniversary Edition .'2005 CHEVY .... SILVERADO LS Flare Side Reg. Cab, Sport VVheels, PO\IVER EVERYTHING. Cruise & Tilt W/Sport VVheels 2007 DODGE CHARGER 2006 CHRYSLER 300 3.5 Liter Engine, Loaded, Touring Package, Loaded, Power Everything Leather lntetior, Nice ,: Very Low Miles Clean Car. Must See Car! ; 2005 2006 DODGE DURANGO Adventure Package Upgraded Model W/Premiur:n Sound System 3rd Row Seat FELIX WALTERS Sales Manager -"TI r-0 JJ 0 l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm -I z 1J c: m C CJ) :I: m 0 m < m JJ < -f c: m CJ) 0 l> < l> z 0 JJ 0 l> < 1J )> C> m .-. w I m


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At first under the radar, we even had Don's wife, Deidre, on the program, talking about "green" cleaning. I thought she was so good I wanted to talk to her about a telev1sion program. for my prO<;luction company. Don and his wife have done a lot of good thingsraising money for charity, including a ranch for children suffering from cancer and blood disorders. Yet, Don Imus needs to be fired for what he said. And while we're at it; his producer, Bernard needs' to be canned-as well. McGuirk 'just as guilty, often egging Imus on. The "I'm a good person whO-said a bad thing" apology doesn't cut it. At least he didn't try. to weasel out of this by hiding behind alcohol ALROKER or drug abuse. Still, he said it and a two-week suspension doesn't cut it. It is, at best, a slap on the wrist. A vacation. Nothing. The general manager of Cartoon Network resigned after a publicity stunt went wrong and caused a panic in Boston. He did the right thing. Don Imus should do the right thing and resign. Not talk about taking a twoweek suspension with dignity. I don't think Don Imus gets it. Mter watching and listening to him this morning during an interview with Matt Lauer, Don Imus doesn't get it. Maybe it's being stuck in a studio for 35 years or being stuck in the 1980s. Either way, it's obvious that he needs. to move on. Citing "context within a comedy show" is not an excuse. He has to take his punish-. ment and start over. Guess what? He'll get re-hired and we'll go on like nothing happened. CBS Radio and NBC News needs to remove Don Imus from the airwaves. That is what needs to hap-. pen. Otherwise, it just looks lilte profits and ratings rule over decency and justice. ,. '. ; 50 Cent's Manager Remains Top Dealmaker BEVERLY HILLS, CA -Yes, 50 Cent is one of rap's most lucrative entertainers. Yes, he's sold more than 11 million albums, and yes, he has built a rap empire. But no, 50 ca 'n't count on selling his usual million albums the first week in these troubled musical times which is why he needs manager Chris Lighty more than ever. Lighty didn't get to be hiphop's go-to dealmaker by accepting the status quo. So while sales may be down, Lighty is still working magic to make sure 50 -and other high-profile clientele like Diddy and Busta Rhymes keep getting very paid. During an interview in the swank cafe of the opulent Beverly Hills Hotel, Lighty rattles off various opportunities for 50, including a vitamin supplement deal, a role in a Brett Ratner movie, and his own condom line. Coming soon for another Client, LL Cool J? A Chapstick deal for CHRIS LIGHTY ... inset 50 CENf the rapper known for licking his lips. "Now you have to as many strategic alliances as possible to market your music and market your brand, to grow the brand and then in turn hopefully grow and help another brand," says Lighty. "As music sales go down because kids are stealing it off the Internet and trading it and iPod sales continue to rise, you can't rely on just the income that you would make off of being an artist." It's an aggressive and diverse strategy as the recording industry grapples with sharply declining sales -but not a new one for the 38-year-old Lighty, who has been a player in the hip-hop game since he was a kid DJ some two decades ago. He rose through the ranks at Rush Management (Russell Simmons' first company) before eventually founding Violator Management 10 years ago (Mona Scott and James Cruz are "A lot of people look up to Chris Lighty because of the blueprint that he's laid over the years," says Grouchy Greg, founder of the leading rap Web site allhiphop.com. "He started with KRS-One and Scott La Rock, and if you listen to early h.ip-hop records, you'll hear early mentioning of him. He's been instrumental in a number of influential artists' careers." -Jackson May s ue To Stop Memorabilia Sale More than 1,100 Jackson family items are set for auc tion in Las Vegas next month, but a representative for Michael Jackson says the pop star is considering legal action to stop the sale. "Mr. Jackson was not aware and he is extremely upset that his memorabilia was included amongst the memorabilia that is being auctioned off," said spokes-. woman Raymone K. Bain. The Jacksons Auction is scheduled May 30-31 at the Hard Rock hotel resort. Guernsey's auction house said items include Michael Jackson's gold record for his "Thriller" album, handwritten lyrics for the Jackson Five hit "ABC" and a "Victory Tour" program signed by Jackson family members. Arlan Ettinger, founder and president of Guernsey's, compared the sale to an tion of Elvis Presley I Graceland memo'rabilia he conducted in Las Vegas in 1999. "It certainly is in that sphere of landmark, high-profile, extraordinary auctions," Ettinger said. Michael Jackson, 48, has been living in Las Vegas while he evaluates proposals for a comeback after his 2005 acquittal in California on child molestation charges. _His father, former Jackson Five manager Joe Jackson, also lives in Las Vegas. He didn't respond to a phone message seeking comment. Ettinger said the collection was owned by luggage transportatilln company Universal MICHAEL JACKSON Express of Boca Raton, Fla., which bought it last year from a New Jersey construc tion company owner. The former owner, Henry Vaccaro; claimed a warehouse full of Jackson memo rabilia after a failed business venture wound up in bankruptcy court. 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ENTERTAINMENT Snoop Dogg Hit With Gun And Drug Charges LOS ANGELES --Snoop Dogg was charged Tuesday with felony gun and drug counts, Los Angeles County prosecutors said. The 35-year-old rap star was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday in Pasadena, prosecutors said in a statement. Snoop Dogg faces charge s of gun possession by a felon and sale or transportation of marijuana. He was arrested Oct. 26 by Burbank polict at Bob Hope Airport on suspicion of transportation of a controlled substance Burbank polite latcr discovered a gun at his home. If convicted he faces up to four years in state pri son wert changes we full y expecttd," said Snoop Dogg's attornty, Donald Etra. The rappu: was com icted in 1990 of cocaine po.->session and charged with gun posses-SNOOPDOGG sion after a 1993 traffic stop. He pleaded guilty in exchange for three years' pro bation and a promise to make public-service announcements against violence. The rapper's manager, Constance Schwartz, there would be no comment Tuesday but a written statement wciuld be issued Wednesday. 'Snoop Says Rappers And lmus Are 'Two Separate Talks. New Comp Snoop Dogg ha,.; issued a new warning: Don t dan lo compare his lyric,; -or any othvr :\IC':-: -to .-;yndil'att"d radio hm;t Don Imus' recent inflammatory com nwnts about tlw black womtn on the Rutgtrs L'ni\'er,.;ity women',; lm,.;kttball ttam. Im us l : allNI tlwm "nappyhcadcl ho's," among othtr insult,.;.'; Admittedly. Snoop and ,;omt of hi,.; petr,; hn \'t' ca I ltd womtn "b--e,;'' and "ho's" in tlwir lyric,.;, but as the Dogg put it aftl'rnoon tApril 101, thtn i,.; no pamlltl to what lmus ,.;aid. "It',.; a tomplt-tt.J_\ difl( t'lnl ,.;etnario," ,.;aiel Snoop. barking phont: fr om a hott l room in hA_, "IRapptr,.;l :u( not talkingabout no eolkgiate girls who .... have made it to the next level in education and sports. We 're talking about ho's th a t ':-: in the hood that ain' t doing sh..:._, that's ttying to get n n--a for his money. These are two separate things. First of all we ain't no old-ass white men that sit up on 1\ISNBC [the cable network home to Imus] going hard on blnek girls. We are rappers that have these songs eoming from our minds and our souls that are relevant to \\'hat we feel. I will not let them mutha---as say we in the ,.;ame league as him." Snoop did say, though, that tht mldia needs to treat ln)us as it trtats some MCs tor f(,otball players .. even l. Kick him off the air forev e r ,'' he 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up Latex.Fiat White .... ... $5. 99gal. .on Qutside White'Paint .. .. gal. Roller Pan Set: ......... ............. $2 49 ea. 3 B h .. 99 rus es .. ...... :. .- ea.\. SALE; PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WI:fH TJ-11$ : AD ONLY!! .. 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Legend's sopho more album released in 2005 has added more fuel to his crossover arsenal and soldout venues worldwide. Legend kicked off his Spring tour last week. in California. Not that-this major talent, who brought something significant and distinctive to the industry, isn't busy enough, he has' started his own record label. It is called Home School. Legend said recently, "I'm .i!Jst trying to find great talent and bring it to the light. His first signing is a rap per/,..;inger from the United KingdMn by the namt of Estelle. Halle Berry Is Set To Go Bald For New Movie LOS ANGELES --Her beauty trumps many a starlet in youth-obsessed Hollywood but Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry, at age 40, is preparing to go where few top actresses would dare. Berry is going bald The actress, whose roles include sexy secret agent Jinx in the James Bond flick "Die Another Day," is sha'fing her brunette locks for a new movie that could start shooting a s soon as this summer, Berry told reporters late on Wednesday "I'm going to shave my head bald. I can't believe it," she said. Berry will shed her hair for a romantic comedy which she said is currently titled "Nappily Ever After. The star plays a woman HALLE BERRY whose hair is starting to fall out, so she decides to shave it all. Afterward, she must deal with people's perceptions of who she is and how her hair defined her. Berry said her character "is forced to look at what beauty is, and it comes from inside. Fantasia Rehearses 'The Color Purple' -With Strep Throat NEW YORK. "So you'll step down there," the stage manager calls out, "and zoom! You meet your kids." Fantasia steps forward gingerly and hugs two kids before turning around and proclaiming, "Wait! This one ain't mine!" Of course, she's joking-neither of the two actors during this rehearsal are her "kids," anyway (they're both understudies!. But throughout her first run-through rehears.al for "The Color Purple," whose cast Barrino joins. on Tuesday, the "American Idol"' winner has been working to relieve the tension in the air -cracking jokes, busting out dance moves and making light r----,.,=:---. of any mistakes she makes. It's more tense than u s u a l because most stars of Broadway FANTASIA productions rehearse for weeks before 'they take the stage. But not Fantasia, who came down with strep throat. when she arrived in New York, which meant spent most of the past week f9rbidden by .her doctor from talking, _let alone singing. And now, on her first full day of rehearsal, opening night is just six days away. 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"It's a change of culture. scott is best remembered You have multimillionaires as the girl Jay-Z discovered throwing themselves at you whep he came to Trinidad and when they realise you and Tobago in 2000 to shoot not taking them on, they his Big Pimpin video. throw thousands of dollars, But after fiye years of stak-cars and jewelry at you and ing a reputation in the you get accustomed to that American video industry, as lifestyle. Somehow you end a video vixen and a casting up falling for it," she said, agent, Scott, 25, has now acknowledging that she too switched careers and is was easy prey. huilding a name in fashion. "I fell for it at some point. I At the launch, she showwas in a relationship with a cased from Get rapper. It was scary, crazy," Money Girl, a -new urban shesaid. wear_ ; label started .by Scott revealed that when Shan.ny Herrera, the per-the relationship ended, she with brokering went through a slow work the deal between Comet, period and .found .it difficult Jay-z"and Damon Dash ta to adjust to the change .in start the Rocawear line lifestyle. Scott, who is featured Scott returned to T&T for prom:,inently on GMG's Web -a year during which she got site modelling designs, said a reality check. Going from a -she. -is: with highly paid video girl who wore designer shoes an<;l For Scoit, clothing and wined and ence helped her to network dined with successful enterand-now she is using those tainers, she had to settle .for resources to promote her commercials only paid business. $300 to $400. "Young girls are always "It was a really painful telling me they want to be in for me and when videos and I ask. them I realised nobody was there 'What's your plan? You can't for me I said let me pick just be in a video,'" she said. myself up and do .what I Scott performed in videos have to do. I did two videos, for two after leaving got tJ-tose cheques and left. I T&T with-Jay-Z. She got can't see myself suffering into casting, then devel oped again,'' she said. Game Says He's 'Good' With Buck But Has Disdain For GUnlt Believe it or not, entertainment is not at the top of the Game's agenda right now. He isn't on tour, he's not filming a movie, and he hasn't officially started recording his third LP. He says he's concentrating on simpler, more important things: being a dad to his son, Harlem, and anticipating the birth of heir number two, King Justice, at the end of this month. However, when it comes to the profession he's most known for -music -Game finds himself in a familiar position: smack-dab in the middle of a gang of controversy. "How the f--can I stay off MTV News when n--as asking for beef?" he asks on new underground. record calle d The Razor." And Game isn't even the one creating most of_ the con troversy. Young Buck, during his recent press campaign for Buck the World, said reached out to Game with the intention of ending the long-running beef between G-Unit and its estranged ex-member. Although Buck said he'd extended the olive branch with the blessing of 50 Cent, 50 said the oppo site during a recent on-air interview on New York radio station Hot 97 50 said that although has no "beef' with Buck, Buck is now "ip. the same space as Game." Meanwhile, the son of Game's manager, Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, claims 50 Cent was present when G-Unit's Tony Yayo allegedly-threatened and slapped hiii? during a corr frontation on a New York 'street two weeks ago. 50, Yayo and their lawyers have denied the teen's reported accusations. Support The. Florida Sentinel Advertisers Chris Rock Willing To Take DNA Test To Settle Claim Columnists Rush & 'Malloy are reporting that Chris Rock is willing to take a DNA test to determine whether he is the father of a 13-year-old boy who has taken ill. As previously reported, the boy's 35-year-old mother, Kali Bowyer, says Rock is the father of her son, Jordan. She says she neve r made paternity an. issue until. her son recently_ suffered a -massive seizure. Without health insurance or the boy's paternal history to give to doctors, Bowyer says she had no choice but to file a paternity action in Georgia Superior Court. "I'm not asking for money for myself," she says, "nor am I suing him for $ 1 mil lion. I'm just seeking a DNA test to establish paternity, medical coverage and child support." Bowyer reached out to a lawyer for Rock, who has said that the comedian is willing to take the patcmity test, but has been busy promoting his new movie, "/ Thinll I Love My Wife ." Bowyer says her brief CHRIS ROCK intimate relationship with Rock began during the early 90s after they met at a Los Angeles nightclub. "Chris and I were part of the same group of friends," she says. "I wouldn't even can it dating. We were two consenting adults who had sex once in a while. strings attached." A source close to Rock z:;ays the time of her suit "s m e lis o p po rtu ni s t i c," .adding, "She acknowledged [after Jordan's birth]. that she'd had other sex partners. Chris has never refused her requests." Subscribe Today! IN FREE UNTilllPM. AT BPI


ALL MY CHILDREN: When Zach and Jack were unable to prove that Alexander was faking being crazy, Alexander was ordered to the state psychiatr i c hospital, but was shot en route Hannah was shown throw i ng a rifle into the water Despite the frosty reception Ava received from Jack, Erica and Aidan, she was determined to accept Lily's invitation home and was very pleased with the turn of events. Coming: Krystal won't let Adam get away with what he's done. a special prosecutor intended to be appointed Laura s legal guardian Nikolas and Alexis were prepared to resist him to the max. Coming: early's wedding day br ings out the nerves. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Maddie and Margo were devastated when Casey was sentenced to a long prison term Caught off-guard when Cleo was able to imi tate Gwen, Jade successfully tested her on Elwood, but was later concen1ed when the real Gwen disputed what she supposedly told Elwood Coming: Meg leads Craig down a dangerous path GUIDING LIGHT: In the midst of a heated argument, Josh suddenly kissed Reva and they began to make love, even as Cassie wondered why Reva had gone back on her word about not visiting Josh again Cyrus and Dinah's large withdrawal from the bank drew Frank to the scene, where he accidentally shot Marina. Coming: Cassie is headed for heartache. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Furious over Jessica bailing on Jamie's adoption, Antonio stormed off before she could tell him the truth about Nash Later, after Jamie wit nessed a kiss between Jessica and Nash, a tragedy occurred, as she was about to confess everything to Antonio. Coming: Rex is not going to stand for Tate's shenanigans. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Taylor was very disappointed when her pregnancy test came back negative, but Brooke was delighted with the news. After empathizing with Nick over Taylor's situation, Brooke appealed to him agairi, but Nick was firm on his commitment toTaylor. Coming: Will Nick have a change of heart that could hurt Taylor? DAYS OF OUR LIVES: EJ told Kate he was getting married and gave her his fiancee's name that was an anagram for Sami Brady. At the cabin, Sami knocked out EJ with the tainted lipstick, as Celeste encouraged her to pour the gasoline and finish him off. Kate heard their struggle over the phone, panicked and went searching for Roman. Coming: The new Stephanie is not a pleasant surprise PASSIONS: Both Lopez-Fitzgerald brothers were found guilty, and Luis was sentenced to death. Chris took James and left Sheridan, facing that she wants to be with Luis. Sheridan vowed to save Luis from the lethal injection, while Julian warned Fox not to risk being exposed as having engineered Miguel's imprisonment, or he (Fox) could wind up in jail. Coming: Kay remains loyai to Miguel. GENERAL HOSPITAL: A recuperating Sonny finally agreed to sign the divorce papers, after which Carly and Jax started making wedding plans. When Scott, now YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Kevin spiked the drinks at Jill and Ji Min's business meeting. When Gloria and William arrived to see them kissing, he called it quits with Jill. Neil promised to stop drinking after Lily confronted him about his relapse JT revealed to Victoria that while investigating Brad, he discovered that Brad and Sharon had an affair. Coming: Brad risks losing everything. 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Recently, several organiza tions joined forces and held a "Spring Fling" for the neigh borhood children and their families. The organizations participating in the event included the East Tampa Ybor Historic and Civic Association, Inc., the Ada T Payne, Friends of Urban Libraries, the City of Tampa, Parks and Recreation Department, and the Hillsborough County Neighborhood Services. Others taking part to ensure that the event was memorable included Chef Roger Rixom and his wife, Jpan, who provided and grilled dozens ofhot dogs with all the trimmings. The McCray family also brought more hot dogs. Ms. Joan Montrairro supplied paper goods and the Rough Riders gave away stuffed animals. Dr. Aaron Smith and Johnnie Saunders made generous donations. And McDonalds Restaurant provided gift certificates for the Easter Egg Hunt, prizes, eggs, candy, popcorn, and snow corns. The event was held at the East Ybor Park, corner of N. 26th Street and E 11th Avenue. The acti':':ities for the event included an Easter Egg Hunt, relay races, and story time by Gomez Payne. Youngsters participating in the event received free books, were registered for their library cards, had their faces painted, enjoyed a pic nic, and received stuffed ani mals. After the festivities were over, members of the P9:rks and Recreation Department delivered and picked up trash receptacles to keep the park clean. Howard Harris was on hand to capture the moments in pictures. Ms. Tracy Clark and Dariuss Clark seem to be enjoying themsehcs at the "Spring Jo1ing." Ms. Katrina Benton is shown with Ja the "Spring Fling." Crystal and Ceysteura took a few moments to review the free books being offered to those in attendance at the "Spring Fling." Tampa Police Major Bob Guidara is shown with his daughter, Giana, at the "Spring Fling." Ms. Fran Constantino, President of the East Ybor Historic 'and Civic Association, Inc., enjoyed the festivities for the .. Spring Fling." -Storyteller Gomez Payne read stories to those in attendance at the "Spring Fling." Charlie, Ashantti, and Angel enjoyed themselves at the "Spring Fling" held at the East Ybor Park Among those in attendance at the "Spring Fling" were from left to right, Rochelle Hall, Kenneth Thomas, Sr., Laquinta Hall; and Kenneth Thomas, Jr. I


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. TEtL.tT. TAMPA BAY : -:_: ---.---_:: .---_ .. _-:-. By Frankcene Favors-Daniels Happy Birthday -April Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! --Andrew Whigham Ill on April 15, Demetrius Jones on April 16, William Graveley on April 17, Helen Dorsey and Amber Davis on April 18, Tina Hayes on April 19. 6oth Anniversary Celebration Celebrate with Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sign). a Theta Sorority, Inc., at their 60th Anniversary Celebration Weekend, on April 13-15, 2007. After 60 years of dedication to community service, Tampa Alumnae will reflect upon its legacy, rejoice in the present a nd set standards for the future. The theme is: "Diamonds and Peai"ls A Renaissa_ nce of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow". All ing them for placing others first. The theme is: "Give Me My Flowers". For tickets and further details, please con tact Rey Park @ (813) 2591673, or Loretta Ingraham at (813) 348-1175, by April 12 2007. Miss Teenage Tampa Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will present the 37th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa on Sunday, April 22, 2007, @ 5:00 p.m. The theme is: "Elegance in Shades of Pinh". It will be held at The Tampa Convention Center, 333 S. Franklin Street. For addi,tional information, please call (813) 657-0480. Mrs. Deidre R. Jones is General Chairperson; Mrs._Yvette R. Hall is Co-Chairperson. Mrs. Gwendolyn W. Myers is President. events will take place nt the RAP (Retired And Proud) Florida Center and Botanical Retired And Proud is a Gardens on the Florida State group of dynamic retirees in Fairgrounds in Tampa. the Tampa Bay area whose For tickets and additional mission is to relax and .enjoy information about Tampa life. You are invited join Alumnae Chapter of Delta RAP (Retired And Proud), for Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.'s a dining cruise luncheon on 60th Anniversary Friday. April 27, 2007, at Celebration Weekend, call noon. This activity will take LOCAL COLUMN 'TI :c -... 0 present their biennial White Rose Luncheon on Saturday, April 28, 2007, @ The Hyatt Regency Hotel -Tampa, Downtown Tampa City Center. Please contact Mrs. Pat Miles @ (813) 962-2835 for tickets and additional information. GOOD FRIDAY HOUR OF POWER A Good Friday Worship Service took place at noon on April 6, 2007 at St Luke AME Church, 2709 North 25th Street in Tampa. Rev. Ronald D. Mizer is Pastor. Seven ministers from the Tampa Bay Area were program participants. Reverend Bryant Fayson, Pastor of St. Paul AME Church, delivered the "word of intercession". Reverend Ronald Fortune, Pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church, Riverview, proclaimed "the word of authority. Reverend Raymond Stallworth, Pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church, Mulberry, gave "the word of remembrance". Reverend Joe Gay, Pastor of St. James AME Church, Progress Village, delivered "the word of loneliness." Reverend Beverly Lane, Pastor of Bethel AME Church, shared the word of suffering. Reverend Angelo Jerald, Pastor of New Bethel AME Church, Sulfur-Springs, ,income. },;: preached "the word of victoDo you have a disability l> ry", and Reverend that prevents you from "'C Mandela Smith, Pastor of accessing your home and :C ;= Allen Chapel AME Church, community? _. Plant City, gave "the word of Do you need a ramp, wider refuge." Reverend Ronald door, accessible bathroom N Mizer made closing and/or shower'? Self g remarks. Reliance, Incorporated has The Right Reverend been awarded a Grant from McKinley Young is Hillsborough County for Presiding Bishop of The removal of barriers to indeEleventh Episcopal District_ pendence for people with dis African Methodist Episcopal abilities. Hillsborough Church; Dr. Dorothy County Residents may conJackson Young is tact Ms. Terri Salzman@ Episcopal Supervisor of (813) 375-3965, to see if you Missions; Reverend qualify, and for further inforTheodore Andrews is mation. Tampa District Presiding Elder; Rev. Ronald D. Mizer is Pastor; Mrs. Bessie Mizer is Women's Missionary Society Consultant and Reverend Rebecca Kearney and Reverend Patricia Langston-Crusoe are Associate Ministers. Scripture OfWeek: "Being confident of this very thing, that he w -hich hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ." Philippians 1:6 Thought For Week: "All that is necessary {or evil to triumph, is that good men do nothing." Unknown Home Modification Program -Hillsborough County Residents Only Do you live in Hillsborough County outside of the City This column encourages Limits? (If you pay your and welcomes your input. water bill to Hillsborough Please submit any news o County, you may qualify.) interest that you would like IS the combined incoine of to appear here: Contact ALL persons living in your Frankcene Favors-Daniels home below 80% of the medi-by phone @ (813) 843-3258, an income? This is based or by e-mail @ tellittam-upon the number of people ba l c m. Thank living in your home and their "" r 0 :c a )> en m z ::! z m r;aJ c: r r m -t (813) 684-1302, or visit their place aboard Yacht STAR --' SHIP of Tampa, 223 South I -deltasigmatheta.orgl Anniver 12th Street. Be there, or be z c: aJ r ffiiT. Dr. Marian Lauria-sqtiare. The yacht will sail Davis is President. on tih1e! Senior Awards Luncheon The 2nd Annqal Lorettn Ingrnham & Rev Park Senior Awards has been planned for April 19 2007 from 12: 00 noon to 3 : 00 p.m. at the Tnm'pn Airport Westshoni Doubletree Hotel 4500 .West Cypr z c "" :c c


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The 2007 TIF figure was $5.2 million, and currently $4.5 million of that amount remains. Johnson reminded every one that property taxes furid the TIF, and also affect the ED JOHNSON amount the Partnership receives. "Make sure you let your legislators know you don't want to see property taxes disappear. If that happens, that will be the end of the TIF dollars and the projects we have planned for East Tampa." Partnership Chairman Sam Kinsey and Johnson both expressed frustration over the city's progress in initiating projects TIF dollars have already been set aside for. "The money is in place, but bureaucracy is dragging its feet in implementing the pro jects," said Mr. Kinsey. EVANGELINE BEST Aesthetics and Beautification Chairperson Betty Wiggins said she's received a letter of thanks for the project at Potter Elementary, but no progress has been made on the other projects. Health, Education and Social Services Chairperson Evangeline Best reminded everyone of the upcoming Wellness Plan For MeQ to be held at Middleton High School April 28th. "We've also visited 13 schools in East Tampa to assess their needs. They have requested more visits and open lines of communication BETIY WIGGINS so we can see what's going on and assess the needs of the schools. "We are also developing a strong disaster preparedness plan for East Tampa. The first 72-hous are very critical." Ms. Best also reminded every that Middleton High School's Agricultural Department has a nursery and are selling plants to the public. Housing Committee Chairperson Diane Hart said the $600;000 allocated to assist residents with home repairs has been exhausted, and they aren't accepting any more applications. She asked the committee to see if more funds could be set aside to continue the project. Land Use Chairperson Carol Josephs-Marshall said she's working on a reporting system to make sure the committee knows what's going on, especially how zoning issues impact the community. "There are currently 3 projects underway we are keep. ing an eye on. One is at 2901 North 21st Avenue, another is by the Joshua Group at 2106 East Osborne, and a wet zoning request for a business at 3402 East Lake Avenue." Ms. Marshall said no pub lic hearings have been held yet on the 3 projects, a May 24th date has been set for City Council to hear the requests. Mr. Kinsey credited his cochair, Toni Watts, with creating the Overlay Plan for East Tampa and insuring that any requests for zoning changes in East Tampa be presented to the Partnership. East. Tampa Partnership Discusses Future Of Gene's Bar Site BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The topic of discussion during Tuesday night meeting of the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership was the future of the Gene's Bar site. The committee reviewed sug gestions such as relocating the NAACP Empowerment Center, creating a Life Skills Center, allowing the barbecue business to remain, keeping the city owned property to the north of the building, acquiring the lot south of the building, removing the building, creating a park, creating a super bus station, allowing it to remain as a commercial property to bring in more developers, and creating an apartment and/or restaurant with an empowerment center. Partnership Chairman Sam Kinsey said had narrowed the One Unique Individual One Diverse Law:firm. JoYNER & JoRDAN-HOLMES 1112 E. Kennedy Blvd. < Tampa, FL 33602 lnfo@jjhlaw.net I www.Jjhlaw.net 813.229.9300 The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decision and should not be : based upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us io send you. free wrltt'en Information about our qualifications and suggestions down to three. "We decided moving the Empowerment Center to that location would not be a good idea, because the"' NAACP KINSEY occupying the site would not be in the best interest of the community. "We also decided,creating a life skills center wouldn't be a good idea because that yvould be duplicating something that exists throughout East Tampa." Mr. Kinsey said the suggestion to allow Caldonia's Barbeque to remain on the property was also eliminated, because the business occupies such a small portion of the lot and would intrude on whatever is suggested at the site. Housing Chairperson Diane Hart suggested ...--........ that the business either be relocated o r perhaps allowed to reopen within whatever facility occupies the .__ __ __;;._,..I.J site in. the future. DIANE HART The idea of creating a library was eliminated because the committee felt the existing library on MLK, Jr. Boulevard and 26th Street already serves the area, and it wouldn't be a good idea for commercial prop erty. : "We also felt creating a minipark wasn't a good idea, because there are plenty of recrea tiona! areas all over: East Tampa," said o Mr. Kinsey. "The community said they didn't want a super bus stop at that location because they felt it would create emission issues." What the committee felt were good suggestions was to remove the building, allow the property to remain commercial, and create a multi-use facility that wouldn't include a restaurant. The main focus of the committee was to create something that would attract enter prise into that area and create jobs. Mr. Kinsey said no discus sions have been initiated with the owners of the cleaning business on the northwest corner of the property, and the cost factor may not make that possible. Business owner Marvin Knight agreed that bringing in a commercial business 0 was a good idea. "We need something that would enhance the area and generate a tax MARVIN base for the area KNIGHT as well as create jobs. Since the place has so -inuch 0 negative history attached to it, tearing it down and starting over .would be the best thing."


=ALL ABOUT YOU!= 86 On April 14th MRS. HELEN RANDOLPH ANDERSON Happy birthday to our mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great-great grandmother, Helen Randolph Anderson. You are a ble:ssi.ng to all of us. May God bless and keep you in His care. I Happy soth Anniversary! MR. JAMES REED And STATE REPRESENTSATlVE BETTY REED Con -grat'ulations to Mr. James. Reed and State Representative Betty. Reed on the celebnition of 50 years of wedded bliss! .Thank you for your living testimony demonstrating the 'true meaning of love! From your_ children: _Levetta, James, Michael, Lorenzo and Cametra. -r: .:"sot E. Blvd. Suite 12is : ..... .. ,. Phone#: .. (813) 223-3900 111<' or lowy.r L< ... importont decioinn nd 001 be b-soltl>: 3dVn1& 'tJ r N BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter 0 like Woodson Museum, the o Royal Theater and the 22nd """' Street corridor. Preserving historical sites in the African-American communities of Tampa and St. Petersburg will be_ the aim of an upc?ming confer ence. St. Pete's Midtown Economic Development group will be holding their 6th Biennial AfricanAmerican Heritage Preservation Network Conference April 2.4 27, 2007. The pur pose of the event is to educate attendees on ways to protect and maintain histori cal sites in Black neighborhoods. "Our focus will be to look at how the past and the present blend together in the revitalization in our historic communities," said Goliath J. Davis, III, deputy Mayor for Midtown Economic Development. "This confer ence is an excellent, unique forum to showcase and discuss saving our history one place at a time." GOLIATH J. DAVIS, III Dep:uty Mayor for St. Pete's Midtown Economic Development The two and a half day conference will tour Tampa's historical sites like Greater Salem Primitive Baptist Church, the Plaza Theatre, Tampa Heights Historical Pillar and Central Avenue among others. There will also be a tour highlighting historical sites in St. Pete "We believe the future is bright for Midtown, and other historical sites throughout the Tampa Bay area. Historical sites and neighborhoods are becoming havens for local businesses and redevelopment," said Janis Ford, Manager of St. Pete's Weed & Seed Program for the area's Midtown Economic Development group. "We want to give peo ple in the area an o.pportuni ty to learn about these sites, and particip-ate in their reuse and revitalization." The event will be held at the Hilton St. Petersburg located at 333 1St Street South. For more information or to register' contact. Janis Ford at (727) 892-5087, Tyna Middleton at (727) 893-789.4 or Shirmatee Ojah-Maharaj at (727) 8925180 if you interested in volunteering. re You Hurt An Need A Doctor? Not Sure Who To Call? Need Someone To Properly Document Your Need Your Car Repaired Or A Ride To The Doctor? .. 'Must be : 21 years' of age, have a credit & .. :. : ;. --. a .valid dr.iver's-license, while we do your work. Minirtu:un Estimate. Provided By: COREY'S CLASSIC PAINT & BODY "T1 r 0 :::tl e:;> en m z ::::! z m r--.1 DJ'. --m ::::! z 'l:J. c: ,_ m r c;; :::t m c m < m :::c < -L. c: .. rn. C.' l>' z c : ""' c > <


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" 0 0 ('II ('I) :::! a: a. < > < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c CJ) w ::l .... > a: w > w c w l: CJ) :::i Ill ::l a. z i= w ..J ..J ::l Ill I ..J w z i= z w CJ) < 9 a: 0 ..J LL 0 I co w CJ ... .. --.... Polk Count, y Progressive M&E S tate Convention Convenes In Lakeland By GLORIA L. JENNINFS The Progressive Mission-ary and Education State Convention of Florida convened in Lakeland. All sessions were held at New Bethel AME Church except the Senior Women's session, which was held at St. PauL The session opened with a musical program on Monday, March 19, -2007, at 7 p m. with the host pastor, Rev Alex Harper of First Bapti$t Institutional Church, presid ing. 'The Gospel Program was under the direction of two well-known icons in Polk County, Miss Emmaline Doles, Directress and Minister of Music, and Rev. Dr. Ravel Green, a native of Lakeland. The talented duo masterminded this gospel .extravaganza with choirs from Polk County. Special presentation to Dr. Banks, President of the Progressive Baptist Association, a key to the city, by Comm. Gow Fields, and Mayor of Winter Haven, Nathaniel Birdsong. There were 100 _or more voices who rendered contemporary gospel hymns-of long ago, classical gospel songs and negro spirituals, that we seldom hear now. Participating voices came from: New Bethel of Winter Haven, New Mt. Zion and Harinony of Lakeland, New Beulah of Haines City, Mt. Robert Barnes, Organ and Dr. Joseph Darby, Organist. Gilboa of Bartow, Galilee of and Church Family. He also Ft. Meade. First M. B. Church gives 50% to tpe man that and St. John of Winter taught him to walk, renowned Haven, -Bethel Baptist of musician/pianist, Mr. J. B. Mulberry, First Baptist Inst. Miller. He is currently Of Lakeland, and New Minister of Music at the New Jerusalem M. B. of Lakeland, Beulah M. B. Church, Haines New Bethel AME of City. Also organist for the Lakeland, and True Holiness First Baptist Institutional, Tabernacle of Winter Haven. Lakeland and the New Bethel Miss Emmaline Doles is a M. B. Church, Winter Haven. native of Winter Haven.-She The program participants attended the Schooiof the were: Rev. Raiford Harper, Arts in Music for 2 1/2 years .Rev. Joseph Martin, Sis. in Newark, New .Jersey .. Mildred Hawk, Gow Fields Emma also received a schol-(City of Lakeland arship in music while attend-Commissioner), Nathaniel ing Polk Junior College She Birdsong (Mayor), Rev. served for 20 years as pianist Ravel Green (Soloist), Ann for local Winter Haven Darby, Mildred Jackson, churches before becoming the -Sis. Josephine Howard, full time senior directress at Mother Viola Johnson, the New Beulah M B. Rodger Boatner (Lakeland Church, Haines City and Chief of Police), Rev. E. T. Directress of choirs at the Pickett (President of First Baptist Institutional Ministerial Alliance, Church of Lakeland. Lakeland),_ Bob English Minister of Music Rev. Dr. (Chairman of Polk County Ravel Green is a native of Commissioners), Margaret -Lakeland and West Palm Lofton (Chairman of Polk Beach He graduated from County School Board), Ml\ior Rochelle High School, FAMU Bryant Grant (Rep. Polk (B.A.) and Carver Bible Com:tt Sheriff Department), College & Institute with his Sis. Mildred Jackson, Doctorate of Divinity and Little Miss Janelle Doles, Church Administration. He Bro. Robert Bond (soloist), has also traveled the country Adrian Williams, Sis. with such artists as Shirley Josephine Howard, Rev. Caesar, John P. Kee,. Joseph Martin, Dea. Willie. Dorothy Norwood and a -Gatlin, Sis. Delores host of other professional Johnson, Sis _Wylene gospel and R&B: Kimbrough, .Rev. E. P. As a boy is m1,1sic career was Epps, Dec. John Cobbs. greatly inspired by his grand-Sis. Marie L. Anderson, mother/musician Mrs. Sis. Barbara Wright, Adelene Taylor, his god-Claude Holmes, Monique mother/confidant, Mincey. Kathryn Jessie Madelynne Brooks, Rev. G. (soloist), and Rev. I. Bradley, and of course the Bartholomew Banks, Pilgrim Rest Church Choirs President. Sis, Ann Darby of Winter Haven and Sis. Mildred Jackson of Lakeland. Special presentation by Mildred Hawk of First Baptist lnst. Host pastor, Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., Miss Emmaline Doles and Rev. Dr. Ravel Green. Major Bryant Gant, Mrs. Gant, Polk County Sheriff Department and ot_hers. Rev. Donald White. Sis. Marie Tarver-White and Rev. Alex Harper, Sr.


POLK COUNTY NEWS Progressive M&E State Convention Convenes In Lakeland Gabbing MthGioria Delores Johnson, Director ALPI Lake Alfred and Barbara Wright, State President, Senior Women, Tampa. Directress Emmaline Doles of Winter Haven, flanked by First Baptist Ushers, ,Joyce Clayton and Beverly Henderson as they lead the 100 plus choir members singing in unity._ Dr. Joseph Martin, Pastor Beulah Baptist Church, and Marie Anderson, Director Haines City Housing Authority. Choir entering sanctuary in unity as they greet the congregants. Powerhouse gospel singer, Sis. Viola Johnson got a standing ovation when she sang, I Ain't Gone. City of Refuge News With Ginger Grace Best wishes to all of our birthday celebrants from Supt. Pastor Walter and First Lady Donna Jenkins and the City of Refuge Family, Jamar Brown and Elder Mario Jenkins. Our anniversary couple, Elder Shawn and Missionary Leah McClow, will be celebrating on April 8th. April 29th will be the last day for Elder Mario Jenkins as Minister of Music for The City of Refuge. Elder Mario has some very exciting news coming soon concerning his new step in the field of reli gion. Mr. and Mrs. James and Gigi Beaty renewed their wedding vows on March 24th in Lakeland, with Pastor Willie F. Chatmon, officiating. The wedding party consisted of: Matron of honor, Felecia Chatmon, best friend, braidesmaids, 1209 Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 Felecia Calhooun, bride' s daughter and Patricia Steele, bride's sister; flower girls, Miss Lilly Williams Denmark, niece of the bride and Oliyah Stephens, friend of the bride; best man, Clarence McKinney, Jr., bride's son; groomsmen, James Steele, brother-inlaw of the bride, Willie Murray, bride's nephew; and ring bearer, Robert Calhoun, bride's grandson, hair stylist, Linda Jackson and the wedding planner, Shara Goins, who wonderfully and gorgeously decorated the building in black, white and silver. It was as beautiful as the bride, who was striking and very adorable. The food, collard greens, macaroni and cheese, yellow rice, cornbread, chicken and more was finger licking good Our Easter program will be held Sunday evening at 6 p .m Subscribe Todav Jenelle R. Doles, Emmaline's granddaughter sang, Because Of Who You Are. GIBBS& P.A. Attorneys At Law (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 wwwNEWTam L ., PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH THOYIAS E. PARNELL. EstJ. Auto, Truck Motorcycle or Boat Accidents. Slip and Falls, Nursing Home Neglect or Med. Malpractice. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Our Finn Is Rated "AV" By i\tlaitindale-Hubbell, The Highest Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard, Worldwide. The of a Jaw)er is an Important decision that should not he hased upon Before you decide, ask us to send ) "till lo'REE wrilll'n Information alumt our IJUalitllations and l'Xperienlc. "T1 ::0 0 )> "'0 ::0 """" (..) 1\l 0 0 -...! "T1 r-0 ::0 0 )> en m z :::f z m r-1 Ill c r rm :::f z "'0 c OJ c en. ::t m 0 m < m ::0 -< -f c m en 0 )> z 0 "TT ::0 0


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. POLK COUNTY NEWS -. New Business Grand Opening The grand opening of the newly established ''The Crab Kitchen," 428 W. lOth Street, was held March 10, 2007. The owners, Willie Stembridge and Rhonda Griffin are well-known in the community. Willie is the past Exalted Ruler #318 Rose Height Elks Lodge: a retired U. S. A. Marine and a member of First Baptist Institutional Church. Rhonda is the owner of a .. ...... : ... ::: Willie Stembridge and Rhonda Griffin, the owners. N ..,.. Hi! 0 lb --m Lakeland Daycare Center with family members and other associates. Free hot dogs, sodas, ribs, potato chips were enjoyed by all as they welcomed the newest Black owned business, The Crab Kitchen. The Florida Sentinel Bulletin will have a stand in place soon for your reading pleasure as you erijoy your food. Tina Smith patiently waits for her seafood platter. w .. LL. ---2820 E. 7TH AVE. YBOJ;l CITY, Willie Stembridge III and Ruthie Polite. Employees Billy Jackson and Kenyata Terry join their boss, Rhonda. Friends and customers, Tina El'\ioying their fish and crab are Steve Diccardo and friend, and Vicky. Barbara from Daytona Beach. ., iR m m ER 0 iR WWW.CLUBMANILLA.COM IIIFO CONTACT IIAliiLLA MAl 813-493 VIP "T1 :c c }< )> "'tl :c ...... 1\) 0 0 ...., ., 0 :::0 en m z -1 z m r;m c: rr-z ""0 c: m r-Cii :::1: m c m < m ':C --< ..... c: m (/) c )> z c ., :::0 B .... .... I 0


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on May 2, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code. Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa Flor i da Affected property owners will be given the opportun ity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City C l e rk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbat im record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon wh ich the appeal is to be based ... CASE # 06-08408 Case# 06-17130 CASE # 06-27356 CASE# 06-29713 Case# 06-31094 BARRICK LESLIE SCOTT Macon Damien J Trustee ANABLE PAUL 0 D'ESOP NAOMI C VELEZ Innovative Prop of Tampa Bay Inc 1002 E CAYUGA ST Agreement ANAGLE AMY E E 1715 E COLUMBUS DR, 1/2 c/o Reg Agt Carl T Watkin!! TAMPA, FL 4102 N 30th St 3911 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL 2006 E Osborne Av, A/B SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47, 19 -232, Tampa Fl TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49, 1 9-50 Tampa, Fl 27-140, 27-133 SECTIONS : 19-231,19-47, 19-49, SEC TI ONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49, & 19-23S SECTION : 27-77 Table 4-1 GONZALE;Z SIMON SUB 19-50, 20.5 19-50 W SO Ft of E 4SS ft of N 150 Ft of S MARCHALONG HADDON S 175ft of S 1/2 of SE Y. of Se Y. of LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 2 Englewood E 1/4 OF LOT 6 LOTS 172126 0000 S Y. of Lots 17 and 1S Block 16 NE 1/4 154246.0000 197002 0000 157142.0000 155 S76 0000 CASE # 06-12092 CASE # 06-27650 CASE# 06-30147 CASE# 06-31578 QUINONES OSCAR E Case # 0623949 MBJ ENTERPRISES INC DOO DAH Ll,.C C/0 FRIED REED PEARS CHAD L. 1107 E RIVER COVE ST, 1/2 Jackson Sandra Jackson Marilyn 3401 N NEBRASKA AV REG .AGE NT 8711 N PL, A/B TAMPA, FL 5013 E Cluster Ave TAMPA, FL 2700 E NORTH BAY ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49,19-50,19-233 Tampa, FL SECTIONS 19-236, 19-237, 20. 5 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50 HOMESTEAD REVISED MAP SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 1949, DRUID HILLS REVISED LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED Hamner's W E George Washington WEST 100 FT OF S 53 FT OF LOT LOT 12 BLOCK 9 AL LE Y ABUTTING Carver Sub 12 BLOCK 6 19-50, 19-233,19-234 173176.0000 ENGLEWOO D 142315.0600 ON WBLOCK65 Lot 5 LOT 29 BLOCK 14 146973. 0000 156995.0000 CASE# 06-31936 CASE # 06-27684 155S55 0000 FE IGA CLIFTON TRUSTEE 1501 E ROLLE ARNOLD E AND CASE# 0612457 CASE # 06-24944 PALI FO X ST TR 11.21.05 LUVONEJ. QUINONES OSCAR E JOHNSON WILLIE 1501 E PALIFOX ST CASE # 06 30516 3515 E COMANCHE AV 1105 E RIVER COVE ST 3010 E GENESEE ST TAMPA, FL LOPEZ FELIX TAMPA, FL FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-56, 27-13S 27-246 1503 E 29TH AV SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 SECT I ONS : 19-49 ,1950,19-233 SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49, 19-50, MARIE HEIGHTS REVISED PLAT TAMPA, FL BELMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 12 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 19-232 LOT10 SECT IO NS : 19-26, 19-49 & 19 -23 1 PG 41 LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ENGLEWOOD 157S0 3 0000 FRANQUIZ SUBDIVIS ION LOT 264 ALL E Y ABUTTING EAST ER N PORTION N 32FT OF LOT 12 & N 14FT OF 1 52226 0300 ON WBLOCK65 LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 17 CASE # 06 -2 7844 S 17 FT OF E 32 FT OF LOT 12 146973 0000 .. 15587S .OOOO BORDWELL PETER F AND W 1/2 OF ALLEY ABUTTING CASE # 06-32059 1020 7 N CONNECHUSETT RD 172708.0000 MATTOX SARAH CASE# 06 -12 822 CASE # 06-25305 TAMPA, FL 3107 E MARTIN LUTHER KING BL LARKINS .JAMES AND MARY A URSO ANGELO URSO ROSALIE SEC TIONS : 19-47 19-49,19 76 CASE # 06 30517 TAMPA, FL TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 2401 E CAYUGA ST 4182 E HILLSBOROUGH AV UNITN02 LOPEZ FELIX COLLEGE HEIGHTS TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL lOTS 29 AND 30 BLOCK 55 3515 N 15TH ST LOT 4 B(OCK2 SECTIONS: 19-46 19-49, 1956 SECT ION S: 27-13S, 27139, TAX DEED CERT #2650 TAMPA, FL 173671 0000 19 232. 19-236, 19-237 140117 0000 SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-231 EMMA HEIGHTS LOT BEG 50 FT N OF SE COR OF FRANQUIZ SUBDIVISION CASE# 06-32169 L9T 11 BLOCK 2 SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 AND RUN W CASE# 06-28658 N 32 FT OF LOT 12 & N 14 FT OF FREEMAN FLOYD JR 155045 0000 100FT N 50 FTW 50FT N 157FT SPARROWHAWK JOHN P AND S 17FT OF E 32FT 6216 N 38TH ST E 150 FT & S TO BEG WANDAJ. OF LOT 12 AND W 1/2 OF ALLEY TAMPA, FL CASE # 06-15776 152764 0000 9303 N 21ST ST Sections 19-47 19-49 19-50 T AMPA FL ABUTTING MA CO N DAMIEN J TTEE TR SECTIONS: 19..219,19-56 17270S .OOOO CRAN DALL'S ADDITION TO AGREE M T DATED 6 2 05 TRUST CASE# 06 -26105 HILLSBORO HIGHLANDS BELMONT HEIGHTS 4106 N 30TH ST TAMPA, FL LARRY JAMES RANGE MAP LOTS CASE # 06-30577 LOT 14 AND N 1/2 O F LOT 15 SECTIONS : 19-231 19-46,19-47, JAMES HENRY 23AND 24 HILL Trustee 15 2962.0100 19-49 & 19-50,27-77 TABLE 4-1 1507 E NORTH BAY ST BLOCK 11 145037 0100 SECTIONS 19-233, 19-234 E N GLEWOOD TAMPA, FL CASE# 06-32187 N 1/2 OF LOTS 17 AND 18 SECT IONS: 19231,19 233 CASE # 0629042 Sanchez and Haya Real Estate SMITH M J TTEE TR # 59-9404214 BLOCK 16 & 19 234,19-49 CO NORY EDDIE L Co's KENNA FAMILY TRUST 1 55S75 0000 BO NIT A 2 006 E HANNA AV Revise d Map Lot 17 Block S 4214 E SANDALWOOD Cl, S LOT 4 BLOCK 1S TAMPA FL 1S7 497 0000 TAM PA, FL CASE# 06 15831 15S019.0000 S E CT IONS : 1949, 19-50 Section 19-23S BURNS REGINALD WOODWARD TERRACE HILL CREST ACRES 3215 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL CASE# 06-2 6516 S 35 FT OF LOTS 2 AND 3 BLOCK B OKANISHI KAZUSHIGE LOT 17 BLOCK TWO SECTIONS : 2777 TABLE 4-1 AND DAVIS ALVIN C. AND LOTS 3 AND 4 3415 E KNOLLWOOD ST 1423S4 0000 27 1 29, 19 47 19-49 19 50 3201 E OSBORNE AV BLOCK E TAMPA FL 150451 0000 CASE # 06-29588 BELMONT HEIGHTS TAMPA, FL Section 19 -SA 3 & 4 ,19 233, TODD J V AND EVA. LOT 5 BLOCK 14 TOG WITH A SECT I ON : 195 6 CASE# 06-29317 19 234 19-46 19-47,19-49 & 1950 10809 LEO ST PORTION OF LOT 4 D ESC AS OSBORNE AVE NUE ER VIN LAURI E ER VIN WILLI E L JR RIV E R GROV E E STATES TAMPA, F L COM AT THE NE COR OF LOT 5 S UBDIVIS I ON 1802 E Caracas St ADDI T ION S E C T ION 1949 BLK -14 AND PROCEEDS 0 DEG N 1/2 OF LOT 5 AND THE S 1/2 OF Tampa, Fl LOT 10 BLOCK 11 TILSEN MANOR SUBDIVISION A 4 MIN 34 SEC W A DIST OF 18.00 LOT 6 LESS THEE 112 THEREOF Sections : 19-46, 19-47,19-49 19 50 151343 0000 REPLAT OF BLOCK 1 5 FT TO POB THN PROCEED N 90 156466 0000 E 95ft ofW 452 5 ft of N 137.5 ft of LOT 1 BLOCK 15 D EG E A DIST OF 3 70 FT THN S N E Y. of SW Y. CASE# 06 31235 141262 0000 0 DEG 4 MIN 34 SEC W A DIST CASE # 06 -26626 157059.0000 TOR N ES NELSON OF 72.00 FT TO THE BEG OF A KINN E Y STEVEN KINNEY 8212 N ALASKA ST C ASE# 0632675 CURVE TO THE SW HAVING A N EK EYLE A D CASE # 06 29712 TA MPA FL ATKINS RANDY D'ESOP NAOMI C VELEZ 6007 N 39TH ST TAMPA, FL RAD 3 .70 FT AND A CHD BRG S 2217 E 113TH AV 1715 E COLUMBUS DR S E C T I ONS : 19 5,19 -2 6,19-49, Section 19-50 45 DEG 2 MIN 17 SEC W FOR A TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL 19-50 19-56 192 33,19 234 MORA SUBDIVISION DIST OF 5.24 FT WITH A D IST SECTIO NS : 19-49,19 -231 SECT ION S : 19-47, 19-49. 1950 & S UL PHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 31 MORA SUB & N 10FT OF OF 5 .S2 FT THN N 0 DEG 4 M IN SHER WOOD HEIGHTS UNIT NO 3 19 -23S LOT 13 AND E 5 FT CLOSED LOT1 &N 10FTOFW 34 SEC E A DIST OF .75.70 FT W 5 5 FT OF LOT 11 AND E 55. 5 HADDON'S ALL E Y ABUTTING ON W 15 FT OF LOT 3 SUNRAY HI LL S TOPOB FT O F LOT 1 2 BLOCK 5 LOTS BLOCK 32 S UB 155426 0000 1410S3 000Q 197002 0000 14654 2 0000 1531 5 3 0000 ...... w N 0 0 ......, ., r 0 ;;o c )> en m z ::::! z m r m c r r m ::::! z ""D c OJ r en :t: m c m < m ..... c m en c ?< )> z c ., :::0 c ?< ...... w I n


,.._ 0 0 N M ...J ll. < >= < c D: LL c D: LL c z < c (/) w :::: t-w > w c w ::c (/) :::i m :::: ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w (/) < c 0 ...J LL LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING May 2, 2007 {CONTINUED) CASE # 06-32713 FORD KIM M 1405 E JUNEAU ST TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION W 1/2 OF LOT 1 BLOCK 39 146628.0000 Case# 06-32717 Ssemakula John Nabuzale Penina 8420 N Mulberry ST Tampa Fl SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 Sulphur Hill Lots 3& E Y. closed Alley Abutting Theron Block 7 145831. 0000 CASE # 06-32720 CUEVAS EZEQUIEL Ill CUEVAS EZEQUIELJR 8708 N 13TH ST, AlB TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-49 ORANGE TERRACE LOT 9 BLOCK 6 145510 0000 CASE# 06-33043 TOWLER MARY SHERRY 1611 E 29TH AV TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-232 MORSES ADDITION TO NORTH YBOR E 50 FT OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1 172729 0100 CASE # 06-33048 WILLIAMS LILLIAN 2519 E CHELSEA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 LOT BEG 117 5 FT W OF NE COR OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 & RUNS 94.8 FTW 50FT N 94.8 FT & E 50 FT TO BEG LESS N 15 FT FOR RD RIW 154979 0000 CASE# 07-00059 GOOD COMMUNITY ALLIANCE INC C/0 REG AGT ROSS ED 1908 E MULBERRY DR TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27-77 TABLE 4-1, 27-267 Fern Cliff LOT 177 149881. 0000 CASE# 07-00180 NGUYEN JEFFREY VU 8401 N MULBERRY ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49,19-50 SULPHUR HILL LOTS 21 AND 22 AND W 1/2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON BLOC!< 8 145857.0000 CASE# 07-00134 PEDREGAL DOREEN E. 1708 E WATERS AV, AlB TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49,19-232 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 355 AND 356 AND S 1/2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145708.0000 NOTICE TO BIDDERS CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Citywide Job Order Contracts CASE # 07-00207 MOORE HOWARD C TTEE AKERY WM R TTE OF HOWARD CMOORE 1509 E NEW ORLEANS AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-56, 19-46,19-47 & 19-49 27-77 TABLE 4 & 27-129 PEELER HEIGHTS LOT 2 & 1/2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON S BLOCK 3 157612 0000 CASE# 07-00494 FANNIE MAE C/0 AURORA LOAN SVCS LLC 1801 E BIRD ST TAMPA, FL SECTION 19-49, 19-233,19-57 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS LOT 19 149585.0000 CASE# 07-00498 JONES FELICIA 1715 E BIRD ST TAMPA, FL SECTION 19-46, 19-49,19-50 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADD I-TION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS E 1/2 OF LOTS 29 AND 30 149593 0 000 CASE# 07-00618 JOHNSON OSCAR AND WILlE P 2617 E 38TH AV TAMPA, FL SECTION 19-49 & 231 ENGLEWOOD LOT 8 BLOCK 14 155845 .0000 Sealed Bids will be received by the City of Tampa no later than 3:00 PM on May 10, 2007 in the Purchasing Department Tampa Municipal Office Building, 306 E. Jackson Street, Tampa Florida, there to be publicly opened in the order listed below and read aloud at the times and dates appearing in the following table : Description Job Order Contract-B -uilding A Job Order Contract-Building B Job Order Contract-Building C Job Order Contract Horizontal A Job Order Contract Horizontal B Maximum Term Value $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 Contract# JOC-AB051007 JOC-BB051007 JOC-CB051007 JOC-AH051007 JOC-AH051007 Bid Due May 10, 2007 May 10, 2007 May 10,2007 May 10, 2007 May 10, 2007 The five {5) contracts are for Citywide Job Order Contracts {JOC). A JOC is a competitively bid, indefinite quantity con tract pursuant to which the Contractor will perform an ongoing series of individual projects at different locations vvithin the City The bid documents include a Construction Task Catalog containing construction tasks with preset unit prices The Contractor will bid Adjustment Factors to be applied to the unit prices. The price for each project will be determined by multiplying the preset unit prices by the appropriate quantities and by the appropriate Adjustment Factor A separate Job Order will be issued for each project. The Building JOC's will be for building renovations, repair and minor new construction projects. The Horizontal JOC's will be for site/civil work, underground utilities and similar construction projects The City reserves the right to limit the number of contracts awarded to any contractor. ; Bidders must attend a mandatory Pre-Bid Conference on April 25, 2007 at 9:00AM and potentially up to 3:00 PM in the City of Tampa, Wastewater Collection Facility, 2609 North Rome Avenue, Tampa Florida 33607 The Contract Documents may be examined at the office of the Purchasing Department Municipal Office Building 2nd Floor East City Hall Plaza, Tampa, Florida 33602 Copies of the Contract Documents in CD format may be obtained at no charge. Each Bid must be clearly marked with the Contract Description and Contract Number and submitted on the Bid form incl u ded in the Contract Documents The Bid must be accompanied by a certified check or cashier's check on a solvent bank or trust company in compliance with Section 255 051, Florida Statutes, made payable to the City of Tampa, in an amount of not less than five per cent of the total Maximum Contact Term Value, or a Bid Bond, of like amount, on the form set forth in the Contract Documents, as a guarantee that, if the Bid is accepted, the Bidder will execute the Proposed ContraCt and furnish Performance and Payment Bonds within twenty {20) days after receipt of Notice of Award of Contract. The City of Tampa reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and to waive any Informality in the Bid and/or Bid Bond Acceptance or rejection of the Bid will be made as soon as practicable after the Bids are received, but the City reserves the right to hold the Bid fpr ninety {90) days from the date of opening .. Dated: 4/13/07 Gregory K.' Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, Fl 306 E. Jackson St Tampa, FL 33602 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS .. Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 03, 2007 2:00 P.M. T -0209-07 (DP) PURCHASE OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS Some or all of. the above bid(s) may have Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below M inority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regula r business hours. SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Chamberlain High School Reroof and HVAC Replacement and Renovation will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, Schooi Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM Thursday, May 3, 2007. (The mailing address is P.O Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601 ). Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of.the School Administrative Ceriter There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Thursday April 26, 2007 at 10:00 AM at the school locate d at 9401 North Boulevard Tampa, FL 33612 IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders : The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the time Each Bid must be accompanied by the following: 1 A certified check or bid bond in the amount of not less than five percent {5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, will within ten {10) calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida, in accordance with the accepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent {100%) 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 bi(l this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar as identified with the bidd ing documents. Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from \he office of the Engineer: Tagllarini Architectural Group 5702 lnterbay Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33611 Attn: Pete Tagliarini The School Board of Hillsborough County reserves the right to award the' Bid 1 to the lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any I Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received 1 THE SCHOOL OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS


LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code. notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on May 9, 2007, at 9:00a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be gjwen the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding the se cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE # 06-09789 CASE# 06-31036 CASE # 06-32507 MILLETT JEFFREY AGUIAR, JENNIFER MYERS, RICHARD E II AND 3 08 WIDLEWILD AV. TAMPA, FL AGUIAR, JOSEPH PATRICE C SECTIONS 19-47,19-231 & 19-233 103 W EMMA ST 708 W HENRY AV, 1/2 CATHERINE CITY SUBDIVISION TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL LOT4 SECTIONS 19-47,19-49,27-77 162484 0000 SECTION : 19-49 MEADOWBROOK TABLE 4-1, 21.8 CASE# 06-19678 LOT 203 IDLEWILD ON THE JOHNSON, LORETTA 165623 0000 HILLSBOROUGH 806 E LAMBRIGHT ST LOT 4 LESS N 310FT BLOCK 22 TAMf'A, FL SUBJ TO EASEMENT TO SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-49, 19-50 CASE# 06-31485 CITY OF TAMPA AND 19-232 JOHNSON, DEBRA 162434 0000 NORTH PARK 505 E JAMES ST LOTS TAMPA, FL CASE # 06-32722 163064 0000 Section 19-232 CARABELLO, LUIS A AND DARVILLA BONNIEVENTURE CIE ET AL & LARRY A FERNAN-CASE# 06-21716 DEZ REVISED MAP BABCOCK, KEITH 1812 W CLUSTER AV 4022 N MARGUERITE ST, A/B LOT 4 BLOCK 2 TAMPA, FL TAMPA FL 168262 0000 SECTIONS 19-47 19-49, 19-56, SECTION 19-231 19-49 19-238 BLACK'S W C SUBDIVISION CASE# 06-31686 LORRAINE ESTATES LOT2 BLOCK A PETERS J DIRK LOT37 166391 0000 6420 N CENTRAL AV, A/B 102040.0000 CASE # 06-24967 TAMPA, FL ROGERS, HENRY DONALD SECTIONS 19-47 19-236 & 19-237 CASE# 06-33015 5807 N SUWANEE AV NORTH PARK WILLIAMS DRENNA TAMPA, FL LOT 144 103 E CLINTON ST SECTIONS 19-26-.19-46,19-49 163172 0000 TAMPA FL & 19-50 Sections 19-238 and 1950 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NORTH AVON SPRINGS LOT 3 BLOCK 11 CASE# 06-31727 LOT 6 AND N 1/2 OF CLOSED 163910 0000 NORSTROM, TIMOTHY ROBERT ALLEY ABUTTING NORSTROM, LOUIIS BLACK ON S BLOCK 18 CASE # 06-27983 818 WAMELIA AV 161325 0100 AGUIRRE, PEPE TAMPA, FL 704 E EMILY ST., TAMPA, FL CASE# 07-01207 SECTION 19-49,27-77 TABLE 4-1 Sections 19-46, 19-49 and 19-50 BARKSDALE, DANIEL J. JR, LA VERGNE 1ST ADDITION R1nr.1=wnnn PARI< BARKSDALE, MARY LOT6 BLOCKS LOT 12 BLOCK G 6808 N WILLOW AV 167688 0000 183443 000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-49,19-56,19-231 CASE# 06-30114 CASE# 06-31773 & 19-232 BARKSDALE, CAROL A WORTHINGTON, ERIC D RIVIERA SUBDIVISION 1102 W HIAWATHA ST N 109FT OF S 218FT OF LOT 41 TAMPA, FL 611 E POCAHONTAS AV 103981 0000 SECTIONS 19-26,19-49 & 19-232 TAMPA, FL RIVIERA SUBDIVISION CRAFT S SUBDIVISION CASE# 07-00829 E 60 FT OF LOTS 20 AND 22 W 92 FT OF E 324 FT OF S 132 FT ROLAND, SAMUEL J 103920 0000 OF LOT 2 RODRIGUEZ, GEORGE D. 162539 0000 803 W RIVER HEIGHTS AV CASE # 06-30609 TAMPA FL NELSON SARAH M SECTIONS 19-46,19-49,19-232 SECTION : 19-231 1306 W HUMPHREY ST 27-44 TABLE 4-1 & 27-240 RIVER HAVEN TAMPA FL LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 14 SECTIONS 19-26,19-27 CASE# 06-32503 166634.0000 LOT 16 BLOCK 22 MYERS, RICHARD E II AND 98734 0000 PATRICEC CASE# 07-00833 CASE # 06-30982 708 W HENRY AV VALENTI, SEXTON Ill LAM, OSMANY A TAMPA, FL 705 W HILDA ST 8907 N wiLLOWAV SECTIONS 19-47,19-49,19-231 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49,19-50 TAMPA, FL 27-77 TABLE 4-1 & 27-129,21.8 LOT BEG 626 FT S & 145 FT W OF SECTIONS 19-26,19-27 IDLEWILD ON THE E 1/4 COR OF SEC & RUN S 84.5 EL PORTAL HILLSBOROUGH N 310FT OF FTW 120FT N 84.5 FT & E 120FT LOT 30 BLOCK 18 LOT 4 BLOCK 22 162435.0000 TO BEG 166545 0000 98676 0000 PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p.m. Friday Edition !uesday @ 3 : 00 p m FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS CONTACT LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 FAX YOUR ADS 24/7 TO (81 3) 248-9218 OR EMAIL: ledwards@flsentinel.com INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 3:00 PM ON 4/24/07 RADIO EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND REMOVALS then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. B i d documents are available at the Purchasin g Department (Phone No 813/274-8351 ) Dated: 4/13/07 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, Fl 306 E. Jackson St Tampa, FL 33602 REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Competitive sealed qualifications will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for : RFQ 007-07 -PLANNING, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND/OR INSPECTION SERVICES FOR HURRICANE DEBRIS REMOVAL PROJECTS. Responses are requested to be submitted by May 24, 2007 at 2:30p.m. Spec ific ations may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at http : //www watermatters.org/procurement or purchased from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899. or by" calling 352-796-7211, extension 4132, or 1-800-423-14 76 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). Respondents requesting packages through the District will be charged copying and shipping/handling costs in accordance with District Policy 13-2 -Administrative Fees The District reserves the right to reject any or all responses received with or without cause Steven M. Long C.P.M., CPCM, CPPO Contracts Manager NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. :;u 0 > ""0 :;u r-that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax 0 deed to be issued thereon. The ""' certificate number and year of issuance. the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No 154562.0000 File No. 2007-85 Certificate No. 074671 Year of Issuance 2003 Description of Property: EASTERN HEIGHTS LOT4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 29/6 SEC -TWP-RGE 4-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed: BOOKER T. SIMMONS/CORA LEE SIMMONS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida r-Unless such certificate shall be 0 redeemed according to law the property described in such > certificate shall be sold to 'the highest bidder at 501 E Kennedy en Blvd 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, :::::! at 10 : 00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call z (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify m sale location ) r;-. Dated this 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk OJ c r rm :::::! z ""0 c OJ r-(ii :J: m c If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, y. ou are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of m certain assistance. Please contact ;ii the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit :;u Civil Division, Room 530, George -< E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 -1 Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, C Telephone No. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 m within 2 working days of your en receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, -< call 1-800-955-8771 > z c HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES ::0 -.. REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough. County will sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 1, 2007 2:00 P.M. P-0221-07 (SR) PUMP, EIGHT INCH, TRASH, SELF PRIMING Some or all of the above bid(s) : may have Pre-Bid Conferences. lnfonnation on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the followin g: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty. org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E. Kennedy Blvd .. 18th Fl., County Center, T ampa Florida, 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business FOR CONVENIENCE W.E ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE c


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Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location.) Dated this 3oth day of March 2007. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, George E. Edgecomb courthouse, 800 Twiggs St., Tampa, FL. 33602, Telephone No. Ex. 4358 within 2 wo.rking days of your receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 Childcare Teachers Needed CDA Required Full Time Positions Available Call (813) 248-3073 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. 32664.0050 File No. 2007-87 Certificate No. 063768 Year of Issuance 2003 Description of Property: SUN CITY LOTS 8, 9, 10 BLOCK 66 & Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING PLAT BOOK/PAGE 17/21 SEC -TWP-RGE 24-32-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in assessed: GILBERTO MENDEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 2,76-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location.) thi!=: 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, George E Edgecomb'Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St. Tampa, FL 33602, Telephon': No. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 Childcare Now Hiring FIT & PIT Teachers For Infants, Toddlers And Pre-K. Morning And Afternoon Shifts Available. Call (813) 910-4163 TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUSTCUST FBO holder of the following certificate NOELLA SANTERRE IRA the has filed said certificate for a tax holder of the following certificate deed to be issued thereon. The has filed said for a tax certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. 58117.4098 File No. 2007-88 Certificate No. 66329 Year of Issuance 2003 Description of Property: SUNDANCE UNIT 4 LOT 26 BLOCK E3 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 45/82 SEC -TWP-RGE 33-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed: ESDA INC. Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 toverify sale location.) Dated this 30th day of March 2007. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 T1wiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone No. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call1-800-955-8771 AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment Now With More Options To Earn More Money (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@verizon.net deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. 14489.0000 File No. 2007-89 Certificate No. 62414 Year of Issuance 2003 Description of Property: YOCAM VILLAGE REVISED LOT20 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 31/16 SEC -TWP-RGE 14-27-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed: JORITA GRIFFITH Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location.) Dated this 30th day of March 2007. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk I f you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate:. in proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone No. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your of this document; if you are hearing or' voice impaired, call 1-800-955-877. 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Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., 12th Floor Conference A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale iocation.) Dated this 30fh day of March 2007. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in. this proceeding you are entitled. at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. 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EGALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6 :00 p m., April 30, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descr ip tions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by_ the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other ev iden ce in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendat io n of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public .hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH 10 APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTH COMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at{813) 276 -2 058 REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 06-1725-SR filed on 7/6/2006 by Mosaic Fertilizer LLC represented by Bryant E. Grant of P O Box 2000 Mulberry FL 3:'3860, ph 813-634-3922 requesting a zone change from A to AM. The property is 109 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 32 Range 22 or W/S of C .R. 39 1.5 miles S/0 S .R. 674 Petition RZ 07-0328-LU filed on 121712006 by Bellair Development Group, Inc represented by Engelha rdt, Hammer & Assoc Inc. of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr., #3 00 Tampa, FL 33607 ph 813-282-3855 requesting a zone change from RSC 4 to CG (R) The property is 3 3 acres and is located in all or parts of Sect ion 25 Township 27 Range 18 or S/W of N Nebraska Ave. & E Chapman Rd Petition RZ 07-0533-HC-NT. fileq on 1/16/2007 by Vincent A. Marchetti, Esq. Foley & Lardner LLP of 100 N Tampa St. Tampa FL 33602, ph 813 -22 9-2300, requesting a zone change from PD-MU (94-209) to PD The property is 61.88 acres and is located in all or parts of SeCtion 5 Township 27 Range 20 or NW corner of Prop Kinnan St. & -Oak Preserve Blvd Petition RZ 07-0534-HC -NT, filed on 1/16/2007 by Vincent A. Marchetti Esq., Foley & Lardner LLP of 100 N Tampa St., #2700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-229-2300, requesting a zone change from PD-MU (94-209) to PD. The property is 14 9 acres and is lo cate d in all or parts of Section 5 Township 27 Range 20 or EIS of Prop Kinnan St., 3/8 mile S/0 Prop. Oak Preserve Blvd petition RZ 07-0596-LU ; filed on 2/5/2007 by Todd Pressman of 28870 U.S Hwy. 19, N. #300, Clearwater, FL 33761, : ph 727-804-1769, requesting a zorie change from ASC-1 to BP0 The property is 3.84 acres and is located in all or parts of' SectionS Township 27 Range 19 orNE corner of Livingston & Old Livingston Ave. Petition RZ 07-0783TH," filed on 2/21/2007 by Benjamin T. & Edith Knox, represented by Boggs Engineering of 607 S Alexander St., #101' Plant City, FL 33563, ph 813-759-1223, requesting a zone change from AR to ASC-1 The property is 11.67 acres a(ld is located in all or parts of. Section 2 Township 28 Range 20 or SIS of Knights Griffin Rd 400' W/0 Kelso Rd Petition RZ 07-0799-E(3L filed on 212.6/2007. by Hitesh Patel, represented by Michael D Horner, AICP, of 14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy. #200, Tampa FL 33618, ph 813 962-2395, requesting a zone change from RMC-2 0 (R) to BP-0 (R) The. property is 0 72 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 28 Range 18 orNE corner of Clearview & Hamilton Ave Petition RZ-07-0803-EGL, filed 212712007 by Thomas Malouf of 3115 Mossval e Ln. Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813918 7763, requesting a z on e change from PD (011017) to CG The property is 0 92 acres and i s located in all or parts _of Section 21 hip 28 Range 18 or W/S of N Dale Mabry Hwy. 200' S/0 Humphrey St. Petition 07-0s2o-SFN, filed on 2/28/2007 by 4 Solutions Inc represented by BBE-Boggs Engineering of 607 s Alexande ( St., #101, Plant City, FL 33563, ph 813-759-12 23, requesting a zone change from RSC-4 & RDC-6 to RSC-6 (R). The property is 9.65 acres arid is located in all or parts of Section 3 Township 29 Range 20 or EJS of C R 579 150' N/0 Mango Groves Blvd Petition RZ 070823-ER ; filed on 3/1/2007 by Iv an S. & Denise Stone, represented by Molloy & James of 325 S. '_ Boulevard Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813 254 7157 requesting a zo n e change from ASC-1 to CG The property is 0 .57 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 28 Range 22 or E/S of Marshall Rd., 300' NE of : Thonotosassa Rd l Petition RZ 07-0828-SS, filed on 3/1/2007 by Michael & Dena Baxley, represented by Carol L. Baxley of 1207 Frisbie Rd Ruskin, FL 33.570, ph 813 363 -4 922 requesting a zone change from AR to ASC-1. The property is 6.52 acres and is located in all C?r parts of 11 Township 32 Range 18 or W/S of F risbie Rd 900' N E of Gulf City Rd .. lj PetitiQrl RZ. 07-0830-GB, filed'ori' 3i1/2007 by T w in Oaks Plaza Inc r epresented by Hung T : Mai, P .E. of 14031 N Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL 33618 ; ph 813 969-0600 reque s ting a z on e c h a ng e from ASC-1 to CG. The property is 1.45 acres and is locat e d in all or parts of Section 26 Township 30 Range 19 or 250' E/0 U S. Hwy. 41, 50' S/0 Cedi!r Ave. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07-0288-EL, filed on 1 1/30/2006 by Jonathan E lsis represented by The Plante Law Group, PLC 806 N Armenia Ave., Tampa, FL 33609, ph 813875 -5297, requesting a major modification to allo w tractor trailer parking. The property is 4 .62 acres a nd is presently zoned IPD2 (90 106). It is loeated in all or parts of Sect i on 6 Township 29 Range 20 or W/S of Clewis Ave., 1 00' S/0 Slxmile Creek Rd : MM. 07-0529 TH, filed on 1/1612007 by Linda Pearson, AICP, Diaz Pearson of 1200 w. Platt St., Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-258-0444, requesting a major modification to allow recreational storage on Parcel B The property is 14. 15 and is presently zoned PD (98 8 23) It is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 28 Range 21 or SW corner of Mcintosh & Muck Pond Rd .. I .. ;.. ( HIU .. SBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the follow in g until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 03,2007-2 : 0!) P M. T-0209-07 (DP) PURCHASE OF VARIOUS MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-B i d Conferences Informat i on on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid / Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at WWw.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Departm_ent of Procurement Serv ic es office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity t o partic i pate i n these matte r s and will not be subject to d i scrim inat i o n on the basis of ra ce, sex, color or nation al origin Questions r egarding the above projects may be d irected to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd. 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Webb Middle School HVAC Renovation will be rece i ved by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida i n the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor: School Administrative Ceriter 1 901. East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM Wednesday, May 2, 2007. (The mailing address is P O. Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601) : Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date. Bids will be I opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located : on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Monday, April23, 2007 at 10:00 AM at the school located at 6035 Hanley Road, Tampa, FL 33634. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors. will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo will need to be -presented at the time. Each Bid must be accompanied by the following : 1 A certified check or b i d bond in the amount of not less than five (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, will within ten (10) calendar days afterwri tten notice of being given such award, enter into a writt en Contract with ttie School Board of Hillsborough C ounty, Florida, i n 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 Co ntract amount. 2 Cont .racto r Qualification Statement 3 Public Entity Cr!me Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirty days (30) days after the date set for the opening of the Bids. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar as Identified with tlie bidding documents Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents fro m the office of the Engineer: 'i": ... Mechanical Engineering Solutions 5421 Beaumont Center BlVd Suite 675. Tampa, Florida 33634 <-,-, (813) 885 9600 "" Attn: Ryan Mackie The School Board .of Cotinty reserves right to award the Bid to ttie lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive any informality or irregu ) a rity in any Bid, and to reject any and all Blils ;, THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT O F SCHOOLS .:. .. .. ,. PUBLICATION .. : ... Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3 : 00p.m. --------Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:oo p.ni ; FAX YOUR :ADS ro:(S13) .... ) 2:! c }< > ""0 2:! r-...a. w N 0 0 ...... r-0 :;o c > CJ) m z ::::! z m r-I DJ c: r-m ::::! z ""0 c: DJ r-c;;. :I: m c m < r.n :;o -< -f c: m CJ) c )>o > Z c 2:! C )>' r;;.


...... 0 0 N C") .... ..J a:: Q. < LEGA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES >="' A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, ic( beginning at 6:00 p m., May 1, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS C Tampa, to hear the following requests. Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened a:: u.. c a:: u.. c z < c CJ) w :J 1-> 0::: w > w c w :I: CJ) :::; m :J Q. z i= w ..J ..J :J m ..J w z i= z w CJ) < c a:: 0 ..J u.. Copies of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hear i ng before him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL I NCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additio(lal information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 07-0500-BR, filed on 1/4/2007 by Bryan Zykes Zons Development, represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Assoc., of 3001 N Rocky Point Dr. E., #300, Tampa, FL 33607 ph 813-282-3855, requesting a zone change from M & PD (02-139 & 02-250) to PD The property is 144 .33 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 20, 29, 30 Township 29 Range 20 orNE corner of Faulkenburg Rd. & the Leroy Selman Expressway Petition RZ 07-0514-SFN filed on 1/9/2007 by Rusty Thompson represented by Hung T. Mai. of 14031 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa FL 33618 ph 813-969 0600, request ing a zone change from AR & CG to PD The property is 6 88 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 32 Township 28 Range 20 or SW corner of U.S Hwy 92 & Mcleod D rive. Petition RZ 07-0531-RV filed on 1/16/2007 by St. Josephs Health Care Center, Inc. represented by Murphy, Larocca consulting Group, Inc. of 101 E Kennedy Blvd., #3020, Tampa FL 33602, ph 813-226-8970, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to PD. The property i s 6.25 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 31 Range 20 or SE corner of Simmons Loop & Big Bend Rd. Petition RZ 07-0565-CW, filed on 1/25/2097 by James & Grace Calhoun, Trustees, represented by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves, P A of 500 E. Kennedy Blvd #200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-223-3888, requesting a zone change from AS1 to PD The property is 40.32 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 13 Townsh i p 28 Range 17 or N/S of Mushinski Rd., 50 W/0 Indian Oaks Dr Petition RZ 07-0836-USF, filed on 3/6/2007 by Michael A Martinez of 402 Duque Rd Lu t z FL 33549, ph 813-417-7084, requesting a zone change from RMC-20 to CG The property is 1 acre and is located i n all or parts of Section 6 Township 28 Range 19 orNE corner of N. 12th St. and E 139th Ave. Petition RZ 07-0846-EGL filed on 3/6/2007 by Ron Dyser represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Associates, Inc., of 3001 North Rocky Point Dr #300, Tampa, FL 33607 ph 813-282 3855, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to BP-0 (R) The property is 0 35 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 28 Range 18 orNE corner of W Juneau St. & N Habana Ave Petition RZ 07-0847-SFN filed on 317/2007 by Omega One Properties, I nc represented by Norris L. Smith of 9910 Timmons Rd Thonotosassa FL 33592 ph 813-503 -0471, requesting a zone change from RSC-4 to CN. The property is 0 38 acres and i s located in all or parts of Section 3 Townsh i p 29 Range 20 or E/S of C .R. 579 950' S/0 Clay Pit Rd. Petition RZ 07-0859 EGL filed on 3/7/2007 by Yhosvany Marrero & Maykel Pedraza-Castillo of 21825 Ocean Pines Dr., Land OLakes, FL 34639 ph 813-215-0337 requesting a zone change from BP-0 to CN (R) The property is 0 22 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 34 Townsh i p 28 Range 18 or SIS of W. Lambr i ght St. 200' E/0 HimesAve. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07-0585-RV filed on 2/1/2007 by, represented by M i chael D Horner AICP .of 14502N Dale Mabry Hwy #200, Tampa, FL 33618 ph 813-962-2395 requesting a major modificat i on to allow multi-family uses The property is 40.8 acres and is presently zoned PD (06 545) It is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 30 Range 20 or E/S of Fern Hill Dr ., 3/8 miles S/SW of Ken lake Dr AVON Childcare Graphic Artist/Designer To Buy Or Earn, Very Small PT Help Needed In Needed Investment. Now With More Home Daycare MAC & Windows (A MUST) Options To Earn More Need 3 Hours Home CS2/Quark/lllustrator Daycare Class, Money CPR, And First Aide, Plublisher/Photoshop Background Check Full Or PT Position (813) 832-4282 USF Area Deshongg@verlzon.net Interested Call (813) 621-0053 (813) 546-3311 MAY 8, 2007 -2 :00P. M. P-0225-07 (DV) TRAILER MOUNTED HYDRO-SEEDER Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-B i d Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national or i gin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl. County Center, Tampa Florida 33602 (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours THE SSECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Tampa Bay Boulevard HVAC & Miscellaneous Renovations will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchas i ng Third Floor School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa Florida until 3:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2007 (The maili ng address is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601 ) Bids will not be accepted after 3 : oo PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Friday, April 27, 2007 at 10:00 AM at the school located at 3111 Tampa Bay Blvd., Tampa, Florida 33607 IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THATBIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITIED WITH THE BID THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the time. Each Bid must be accompanied by the follow i ng : 1 A cert i fied check or bid bond in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder if awarded the Contract, 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 Hillsbo r ough County Florida, in accordance w iththe accepted Bid and give a.surety bond to the School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent (1 00%) qf the Contract amount. 2 Contractor Qualification Statement 3 Public Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of th irty days (30) days after the date set for the open ing of the Bids Contractors des i ring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmat i ve Acti on P i ar as identified with the bidding documents Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the office of the Engineer : Gottfried, Garcia + Rodriguez Architects 3333 W. Kennedy Blvd. Ste. 201 Tampa, Fl. 33609 (813) 877-5222 Attn: Rene Rodriguez 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 \ \ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE


FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSION BID NUMBER: FWC 06/07-104 BID TITLE: Taylor Lake Park Revegetation PRE-BID OPENING: April13, 2007@ 1 : 00 P.M. BID OPENING: April 25, 2007@ 2 : 30 P M CONTACT PERSON : Edwin Roman (727) 243-4114 / For a complete copy of the bid go to http : //fcn.state.fl.us/owa_vbs/owa/vbs_www.main_menu or Fax your request to (850) 921-2500 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) PAVEMENT AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT No 07-01407 Notice is hereby given that the Tampa Port Authority (Port Authority), an equal opportunity employer will receive sealed Bids up to and until 2:00 p .m., Friday, May 4, 2007 at its office at 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor Tampa, Florida 33602, for the project entitled "Pavement and Drainage Improvements, TPA Contract No. 07-01407". (Note: The project name is provided for identification purposes only and is not intended to limit the scope of the project.) The intent of the Pavement and Drainage Improvements Project is to provide the Tampa Port Authority with all the labor, materials, and equipment necessary to perform roadway drainage asphalt, and concrete repairs The contract performance period is ninety (90) calendar days A Pre-Bid Conference will be held Wednesday, April18, 2007 at 2 : 00p.m. at the Tampa Port Authority 3rd Floor Conference Room Prospective Bidders are encouraged to attend The Port Authority encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on Port Authority Projects The Port Authority has a goal of 9% SBE participation Bidders must consider this when submitting their bids, as this will be considered by the Port Authority when receiving and evaluating bids. Bidder shall submit a completed form SBE-1, which will provide the details of the Bidder's SBE Outreach Action Plan and if less than the goal, submit Form SBE-1 C, which will substantiate Bidder's good fa ith_ efforts made to provide SBE's to the greatest extent possible Bidder's to submit a complete Form SBE-1 or document its efforts to meet or exceed the target goal may be cause for determining the Bid non-responsive A curr'ent sworn statement on Public Entity Crimes, pursuant to Section 287 133(3)(a) Florida Statutes, must be on file with the Port Engineer or accompany the Bid, All firms interested in submitting a Bid on this project must register with the Port Authority in order to receive any changes or a ddenda to this Invitation to Bid (ITB) Prospective Bidders may obtain copies of this ITB electronically from the Port Authority web site (www tampaport com) This copy is made available through the Demandstar System Questions concern ing this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey Tampa Port Authority Procurement Office. at (813) 905-5044. ,_ .MPLOYMENT Start Today!! 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INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasi ng City of Tampa, in his office until : 2:30 PM ON 4/23/07 SAFETY SHOES then and to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351 ) It is hereby made a part of this Invitation for Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 4/13/07 City of Tampa, Fl Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing 306 E. Jackson St Tampa, FL 33602 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities COMMUNITY PLANNER I $35,838 COURT CLERK I $24,752 FOOD SERVICE AIDE (REDUCED HOURS) (LIMITED DURATION) $8.70/HR INSPECTOR/SPRAY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (RESTRICTED) $23,441 MANAGER (SAFETY) $40,768 PROJECT MANAGER I (ART GALLERY) $46,238 SENIOR COURT CLERK $35,838 SENIOR PERSONNEL ANALYST $40,768 SENIOR PERSONNEL ASSISTANT $31,512 SENIOR SUPERVISOR (RECLAIMED WATER) $35,838 See our web site at http://www. hccsb org or contact Job Newsline 272-6975 (TOO 272-5623) or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligiblespouses of vets. AA/EEO Employer Children With Joy Looking For A Loving & Caring Person Part-Time And Full-Time Caregivers For Toddler And Infant Room Call (813) 231-2059 PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED A B Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred Full Time Position Apply In Person 5205 N. 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