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C e lebrating 62 Years In The _..,. 1 APR 2 3 2007 USF Employee illed Crossing Busch Blvd. SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A INSIDE THIS EDITION Jennifer Porter Trie s To Teach Again SEE PAGE 2-A 1st Grader Finds Crack In Jacket SEE PAGE 23-A New Talk Show To Target Black Men SEE PAGE 13-8 Suspect Kills ii His Baby's Mom SEE PAGE 23-A 'TANGO' VIS I T S SE NTINE l OFFICE A F TER SHOW Reality show winner 'Tango' stopped by the Sent ( ne l office on Wednesday to talk about how his life has changed since his appea rance on VH1's "/Love New York The Tampa native drew double-takes from passersby and Sentinel customers as he entered the office. The personable young man was accompanied by his manager, Chanel, who was instrumental in him deciding to take the role. (See full story on Page 3-A)

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""' 0 0 N 0 N ..J a: a. < > < FEATURES Jennifer Porter Tries To Get License C Only three years have fE passed since four children nesses : on behalf of his client will be present at the hearings. / were struck by a vehicle in North Tampa as they crossed the street. In March 2004, Bryant Wilkins, 13, and his little brother Durontae Caldwell, 3, were killed. Their siblings, Aquina, then 8 and LaJuan, tqen 2, _were qi.tica,lly injured. The driverresponsible for the accident, Jennifer Porter, turned herself in to Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies in the company of her attorney, Barry Cohen two days after the accident. She was subsequently charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death. Porter entered a guilty plea, but avoided jail time through the ruling of a judge. JENNIFER PORTER ..... wants to get her teaching license re-instated. Thomas Parnell, the attorney for the mother of the children, Lisa Wilkins, said the first he heard of Porter's intent to get her license back was in a published article Thursday morning. "I knew nothing about this an9 I haven't spoken to Barry Cohen.;This tells me they aren't giving any consideration to the victims. We weren't invited to the hear-ings. "I can understand why she's reapplying, because this is how she earned her living. We expected she'd attempt this at some point, and whether it's too soon or late is not for me to say:" Porter, 31, is entering the final 6 months of a two-year .... house arrest, and has requested a formal hearing in u. an effort to get her teaching c license returned. Administrative Hearings. If they determine she's eligible to be re-licensed, then a rec ommendation would be made to the Department of Education. "For us to have any say in the case, Porter has to first get her license, then apply for a job. Then our Professional Standards Department would make a recommendation. A principal would have to agree Parnell said Ms. Wilkins. found out about the request the same time he did and is not in favor of her being re licensed. Barry Cohen said as far as he knows, Ms. Wilkins's attorney has no interest in. the meeting, but is welcome to attend. Z According to Linda Cobbe < b with the Hills orough County School District, there is a C process that has to be m observed before that happens. :: "First, she will have to meet 1-with the State Department of Education On Professional : Practices Commission, then to hire her based on her character, judgment, and moral issues. If she's denied in HillsBorough County, that doesn't mean she couldn't apply in another county." "Witnesses on behalf of Jennifer Porter will be present, and if Ms. Wilkins wants to be heard, I'm sure that will be allowed. w the State Division of Porter's attorney, Barry Cohen, said. character wit-Ms. Wilkins, nor her attar-ney, are parties to the ongo ing litigation." c w ::z:: UJ :::; m :;) a. z i= w ..J ..J :;) w z i= z w (/) Ill( c a: 0 ..J LL. 'Attorney Eric T. Taylor CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN Minister Michelle B. Patty, who worked closely with Ms. Wilkins after the accident, said she thinks it's too soon ''I think it's too soon for this to be even considered. I think it would reopen a wound that hasn't had a chance to heal. rr----NE------------..:.nt Personally from a commuruty W LOCATION perspective, I think we as a 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 whole aren't ready for that to 259-4444 happen. Too many things happened wrong with the Former Aat. Attorney General for Florida Former Hlllsborougb County Pro.ecutor The of a lawyer i,, an deci.'!ion tbal sbouJd oot be based solely upon advertisemeniS Before you decicrle, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experieoce. entire case, and people haven't forgotten that." Reporter Leora B. Crews can 6e reached at (81 3) 248-0124, or e-mailed at leon@flseratirael.com. .. 2007. GRA.DUATES High school or college graduation is. a wonderful accomplishment that deserves recognition. Sol Pavis PriiJ(ing can help make ordering your invitations easyf Our Invitation Package includes invitations, envelopes and name cards all for one price ... and includes a photo of the gJ:aduate. "":'ith yourchoice &om cover iod verses, and personalized with your Ph ,oto -your InVItations can be as special as your accomplishments. .)(-. ' Call or visit Sol Davis Printing today .... for high invitations with fast, service. 5205 N Lois Avenue Tampa, FL .3.3614 Phone: 8 I .3 .35J,J609 usF Employee KiJ _ed Crossing BuSCh Boulevard LEONARD BURSTON On Wednesday morning, 45-year-old Leonard A. Burston was killed when a van struck him as he was. crossing Busch Boulevard. According to Temple Terrace Police, Mr. Burston was crossing the eastbound lanes of Busch Boulevard at Beverly Drive when he was hit by a van driven by 79-year-old Richard Trew. Mr. Burston was trans-ported to. University Community Hospital where' he was later pronounced dead. The accident remains under investigation and no charges have been filed. Mr. Burston was a native of Tampa and a graduate of Brandon High Schpol. He had been employed in the Environmental Services department at Moffitt Cancer Center for 18 years, and in the Housekeeping Department at the University of South Florida for the past 8 years. According to his wife of 12 years, Jacquelyn, he was on his way to work when the accident happened. Mr. Burston .has 5 sib-. lings, and was the father of 2 stepsons and has 7 step grandcQildren. He and his wife were members of Word Of God Ministries and Mrs. Burston described her husb_anc;l as a man "who loved. the Lord. "He enjoyed sharing the word with anyone he came in contact with." The Temple Terrace Police Department is asking anyone who witnessed the accident or has further information to contact Officer M. Santana at (813) 989-7110. Morning Glory Funeral Chapel is assisting the family and a memorial service has been scheduled for Tuesday . .221 14&7 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. TIIP. HI IIIII! 01 Q lawvr.r lsDnllllllllr!JIII O er tslnlllll.ll SilO IIIII Hoi Be 8asetl Solely Uoon Rrlore You Dr.r.ulr. A s k Thr.l.IWVI' I To St:llll Y o u lrr.r.lnhliiiiJIIOII AhnUI Thllil OnaltlirJIIllllS Ami hllr.IICilCC

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FEATURE Reality Show Winner 'Tango' Talks About Career, VH1 Show I Love New York reality show winner Tango stopped by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Wednesday to give everyone an updateon his career and a look back at how it all got started. Tango said 2-112 years ago, he realized he needed to pursue acting, and started getting requests to. audition for roles in independent films. "I didn't commit to them, because I really wanted to stay with music. :But I decided to pursuE! and .take advantage of:the opportunity to get into acfii'ii" ..,. Tango said when he was approached by VHl, he was vE!ry apprehen sive about reality television and especially appearing on a dating show "I thought it would damage my career But they were persistent, and I conferred with my manager, and she thought the expo!';ure would open a lot of doors for me and local rappers in Tampa." Tango said he didn't know the woman be meeting and his focus was to portray a respectful Black male. "I knew there were going to be a lot of cornballs, but I had to do it. -roots with Violator Management. Tango, a graduate of King High School said he always wanted to be an entertainer. I was a pretty good athlete, "There were a lot of egos involved, and the competitiveness made me go through with it. Competing with 19 other guys was a challenge I couldn't tum down." but .always saw myself on a bigger stage. I started out with a rap group in high school called Third Chapter. Tango said he started nearing stuff like "nobody from .Tampa ever wins," so they expected him to bomb out. "After being dealt the short end of the stick, an atmosphere oh:loubt sometimes is created. On' the show, the other guys were saying, "no way we could lose to a guy from Tampa." As it turned out, Tango not only wou ; but was the ideal choice to on the "Many of the s how's sce nes were super edited," says Tango. "The fight s cenes .sometimes were far more heated than Y9ll: could And most of the guys would make sure ty was when they chaltertged me." One scene in particular that left many petiple curious was ... did Tango really sleep with New York in the last episode? "I d i d 'not slee p with New York, in spite pf what you. may think from watching the ehow. She was so drunk she passed out, and I was super glad, because I kept telling the p r oducers I did not want to do .that. w.hen she f ell $Sleep, I back to my room. The. next morning, the producers came to get me to stage the scene ." As far as acting g6es, Tango said he now has an opportUnity to star in. his own show and h e's r eturne d to his We free styled and picked up a following. I was told I was a pretty good rapper, but should be on television At that time, I didn't see that. It was never in my vision. Now since starring on the I Love New York show many doors are opening "I'll be on advertisements and doing other things, and right now I'm reviewing movie scripts. As far as the acting thing is con cerned, I'm going to .. itJlk e classes. I respe c t the <:taft, so I want to b e good at it "My career in music i s not over. I have a single coming o u t and I don't know how that will go, but I'm happy about that. I'm also trying to help local artists get there." Tango said he has a lot on his plate right now, and judged a talent show at Hillsboro\lgh High School Thursda y I'v e supported McPantha Entertainmenb, and I enjoy working with Penny Clardy She has an artist, Demont, I think is I also think JStreetz is dong good things and Dem. Boyz." Tango said he sometimes has to slow down because the success is coming so fast "I think what I enjoy most is my wo r k with charitable events. They are v ery important to m e and helps m e uplift the c ommunity I h a v e to fee l Scenes from I love New York featuring Tampa's own TANGO. 'TI 6 :0 tn m z m r-. I DJ c good I've done something good for my community. That's how I stay grounded. I think Tampa is pretty powerful and there are a lot of things going on." Tango said his family never saw this success coming, and they are in awe and very proud that through it all, he's maintained who he really is. r-m,-Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) z 248-0124, or e-mailed at "'a leon@jlsentineLcom. C 'tl!!l COLLEGE The Tampa St. Petersburg Morehouse College Alumni Association Presents For ti'ckets or additional infonnation contact: -h Jetie B. Wilds 926-5679 Sonjia Little 503-2087 :. Books for Thought 10910 North 56th Street Tempie 81 988-6363 at E tn :::z: m c

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,.... 0 0 N g ..J a: a.. <( FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21St Aver:ue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New Cl1990 CP Timelntemallonal EDITORIALS I COLUMNS > ic( POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c 0 w :::: .... > a: w > w c w ::z:: 0 .::J m I :::: a.. Z w ..J ..J -:::: m ..J w z z W 0 <( c Florid Sentinel Bulletin. P O. Box Tampa, FL 33601 Penocl i cat Postage Paid At Tampa. FL W.W. Andrewa 1874 (1919) C. Blythe And,..WI 1901 (1945) Founder C. BLYTl-IE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTl-IE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDEHTICONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEJTl-1 GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions $44.00Per Year Both Edillons : $87 .00Per Year One Edition Opinions expressed on editori1l pages of thLs newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessartly refteCI the editorial stance of The FlortcW Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Retum To An Elected Education Commissioner! e commend our local elected Florida legislators, Senators Victor Christ, Charlie Justice and Arthenia Joyner, for their unflagging support of a bill to allow voters to choose if they want to reinstate the position of Education Commissioner as an elected position. Prior to 2003, the Commissioner of Education was a Florida Governor's Cabinet position, which was previously elected. That was changed when voters approved a constitutional amendment changing the Education Commission's status to an appointed position in 1998. In essence, the amendment reorganized the state cabinet, and resulted in the Commissioner of Education post being appointed by a seven-member State Board of Education, whose members were appointed by the governor. . Then as now, we opposed the reorganization, and continue to believe an elected commissioner of education would be best for Florida citizens. Here recently, a bill sponsored by Sen. Frederica Wilson (D-Miami) and supported by local senators proposes to return accountability for the education of our children to voters. Local mecUa reports indicate the House of Representatives' CQIDpanion bill is "stalled in committee." Obviously this means voters may not get to vote on the issae any time sOOn. Havi-ng to answer to the whims of a g 'overnor through an appointed seven-member board is not in the best interest of our children or voters. Finally while FCAT m ay hve been the launching pad for Sen. Wilson's bill, other issues such as teacher m er.it" pay, selection of testing companies, funding for .college universities and grading of schools should be decided free of interference. Therefore, 1Ve urge our legislative delegation to support the : l"e.turn to an elected Education commiJAioner. We also urge our readers to let our state legislators know you feel about the issue. Drugs And Alcohol Can Damage The Brain (Series) .. f young man here in .the community was so fascinated over some material he studied in a local. drug program, he. invited me to share it. He showed me pictures of a drug-infected brain or examples of brain pollution. Pictures were of a heroinaffected brain, an alcohol affected brain, cocaine-affected brain, a methamphetamine-a.ffected brain, and last but not least an opiateabused brain which has been associated with severe blood flow abnormalities. Perhaps the greatest fasci nation is that as these young people are educated about the effects of these drugs on their brain, they tend to raise their defense level :; .. : where they can feel that change in their lives mus.t come. The beautiful part of this experience is that these addicts are able to see the progress the brain can make after the users have refrained from such drug usage. The brain begins to clear up and looks better. Unfortunately, it is believed that even for those who are behind prison walls, they still find ways to continue their drug habits. Thus, their brain never gets an opportunity to heal while they are locked up. This is especially damaging to the young Black males and females who are a part of the prison population. These are comments, allegedly surrounding an alCoholic: Ms. IRIS HOLTON "I convinced him to stop drinking and using drugs for two weeks (I helped him detox from the alcohol with some medication) so that I could get some pictures of his brain. He clearly had a drugaffected brain, with holes across the cortex and the shriveled that comes from alcohol abuse.' ''The more he stayed away from the drugs and alcohol, the better he felt with his medication. The more he understood the importance of the scan,. and the need to stay away from the substances he had been abusing. A year later, he as dramatically improved! (To be continued. ) [References: "Brain The Impa,ct of Drugs and Alcohol on the Brain.''} L...--Th_ e D .ea_dly_ D a _ddy_ Syn-----=-_d _ro_m_a--'-. __.I that an unknown Black man in the neck and chest area. had approached his vehicle She also told police she and shot his pregnant wife. believed Carruth had a role Part II (Continued From Tuesday) vuu"''''"'"' has become number one cause death of pregnant women all over the For days, the hunt fot the in the shooting that took elusive Black man caused place in December 1999. police in that city to unfairly Adams lived for 28 days target Black men living in the after the shooting and doctors nearby housing projects. were able" to save her child, a: 0 ,. country. Criminologists have determined that this cause has surpassed all other forms of illness or disease that w9men contract dufing preg nancy. But, as the investigation but not without a high cost. continded, it soon became The little boy suffers from apparent that Charles cerebral palsy and brain daStuart was lying. As police mage as a result of the shoot. 0 ..1 .. continued to investigate, the.y ing. Carruth continues to found numerous holes in deny he .hS:d 1any, role. in her u.. V.otlni. : :F. or The : Dlst rtot .Of Columblal 0 rtier" t .hls week, nearly 6,000 residents of ..... u,,.6 .""' . D. C. braved near-freezing temperand high winds to hold a voting rights march as part of D. C. Emancipation Day. On Thursday, the fate of the C. Voting Rights Act was to have been decided when the Congressional House o f Repres.enta:tives voted on.the Act (House Bil11906). Citizens ofWashington, D.C. have. long sought full fed-Criminologists have also learned that there is no one "type" of. villain if these deaths, but that the suspects come from all walks of:.life. Some show remorse after committing the crime, others try to cast the blame on oth ers, and still others refuse to admit any role even after being -. .. In 1989; a Boston man called. police and reported Stuart's story arid deter-,. . mined that he. had shot and : cfls e is that o-f. killed his pregnant wife, Scott Peterson, who report : Carol, and their unborn ed his child. days befQre Christmas in Then there is the story of 2003. Four mcmths after she professional football was reported missing her Rae Carruth, who was ton body and: that o( per victed of hiring two assassins son pulled frOm a river. to kill his girlfriend; He was convicted of Sherlca Adams. She was dna. (TO BE CON'll-IN. able call 9 after being shot UED). eral representation and local control over their laws and '.n ,. . .. I . Bi111905 proposes to add a seat in the House and other. of Washington, D.C. pay both federal and local taxes, serve in for the Democratic" Diat.ri,Q.t or the military_ forces and serve on juries. Yet, they are denied voting representation C .ohunbia and. ,another. seat for .. "Republican leanini" .-in the United State Senate and Houae of Representatives. That over a half million Utabr,(which almost won an additional seat dnring the United States dtizen s remain disenfranchised is another of Amertcas inexcusable most recei1t census count). The blll would hictease shames. . . . the .of memb-ers i n the of Currently, D. C. residents elect one deleaate to the House of Representatives who. frqm 436 to 487, can draft_legislation and who can only vote ln committee as long as the vote.i)l not The heavily populated District of Columbia with the deciding vote. (Figure that one out.) Moreover, "two non-votina "shadow. ae.na-' nearl3C 600,000 residents is 67% Black, 9% Hispanic, tors" and one other "shadow representativ&" are elected from the District, but-they and 31% white. The other 3% is Asi!ln, Pacific Island, are limited to only lobbying Congress for issue and concerns of D. C. residents. .' . . w ... \ rr f;

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COLUMNS evv I Meet The Real Enemy! I . : elevision talk :Dr. Phil is a pump. } ':kin-head! But every notorious drug cartel. Temptations abound However, to enhance the players' abilities, they take virtual drugs including pot, Quaaludes, ecstasy, LSD, and liquid soul, which gives the player the ability to kick an enemy' s head off A President For All People now and then, he's a pumpkin-head that makes sense! Take for instance, the other day, what he said about the Virginia Tech massacre, "When we think about all of violent video games and .murderous movies we. a)low ot,1r children to see, is ,there any wonder we have so many Columbine High or Virginia Tech incidents?" That got me to thinking. So, I did a little shopping -on the Internet, of course -and came up with a group called the Family Media Guide, wh'ich had posted what is c alled the TOP 10 MOST VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES RELEASED THUS FAR, THIS YEAR! Utilizing-a so-called proprietary audit process, the fol lowing games, presented in no pa'rticular order, made the FMC's dubious list. Then there's Killer 7. In this game the player takes control of seven assassins who must combine skills to defeat a band of suicidal, monstrous terrorists. Ultimately, the play must collect the blood of fallen victims in order to heal himself or herself, and mtist slit his or her own wrists (virtually, of course) to spray blood to find hidden passages. to safety and victory. Based on a 70s action film, The Warriors casts a player as a New York City gang leader who has the power to direct the gang to wreak total havoc ori everything and everybody We begin with Resident Next is the game 50 has a very good opportunity to become President of the United States. Already though some African-Americans are saying Senator Obama isn't Black enough, Mr. Obama is truly an African-African. His father is an African and his mother is an American The fact certainly gives him every right to be identifie d as a n African-American. Certain African-Americ ans have every right to expected Mr. Obama to address the concerns of African Americ a n people. During his campaign, he must have willingness and a commitment to deal with the concerns of'African American people. By the same token presidential cand{date Barack Obama must he a candidate and a pre sident for all peo pl e : No American citizen cnn be denied or ignored. It is a facet that, if every Black who is eligible to vote, voted for Mr. Obama, without an ample amount of votes from non-Black voters. That means that as the African-American candidate travels across America try ing to garner enough votes to become president, he can not and he better not spend all of his time and base his cam paign strictly on the needs of Afr ican-American people If he chooses to singlemindedly concentrate only on African-Americans, he will have no chance of becoming America's first African-American pre;;ident W e don't expect white candidates to concentrate on our needs and we should not e.xpect that of an African American. Blacks often refer to Bill Clinton as the first African American presi dent. Serious or not, we know that is noth -ing more than a bunch of bunk. In reality, Bill Clinton is as much an African American, as I am Chinese. No disrespect intended African-Americans must bear in mind that presidential can:didate Barack Obama represents the best chance to get an AfricanAmerican in the White House. We should not miss opportunity to make history. Cert ainly, Obama will be no worse for African: Americans than Hillary Clinton, John, Edwards, Mitt Roomeyor the rest of the 17 announced candidates for presidency. Forthose .a.J ... '""''-"''C Obama isn't Black e:ri:ough .J ask ydlll, just how Biack does : he. have to be?. So far, Obama and his campaign have been one that appeals to all races. It is a thing that he must contin ue to do. Evil 4, a game which casts Cent: Bulletproof, which thl' pbyer:; a:-; . ttonc.on every killer hunter who gets to ball team. Do e s that mean they old news . ., r-0. :::o 6 en m Z -4 z .,. c: m r-c;; :::E: m c m < m leveL The players health use super-nightmare The transgressions of Rev. done his behavior and see needs to be treated as suchi by weapons and has a license Jesse Jackson; Rev. AI nothing wrong with his com. He;s just no_ t worth' .._ ... ....... V1Sttmg to kill whomever they will Sharpton, rappers, and just menta.? attention he continues to -further by extort . ,and the y please. about anyone else-has been At ibis point, 1 don't care. 1 }liot one _ ,ng .them _and . Finally comes True. used in compilrison to justify should be is fl deat:h. .Crime: New York City, the_ cry that lmus shouldn't acf s -Regardmg the level of v1Q. h 1 h b fired put on the ba.ck pages ,and 8 1 .' 0 1 tl k th r 't" w ere the Payer 1s a cop ave een 1 given ali t 'he 'attenti(udt .. . le s Y d er1W ... who has power to plant evi-I'm a strong believer of deseJ!Ves:NONEf . e game o _o ar, dence and extort money accountability for individuals . Is he. 'il rac::ist? t ?as_ also the bst, cast-.:.. How man of these 'sl when they use bad judg-Imus isn't worth all the and Jng the player as a ruthless : {! d tgn Y ment. When you act as an press and support warrior, seeking revenge games can e oun a your individual, you should be since ;mouthing off. He and against gods who have local held accountable the same journali s't like tricked him (or her) into Ask your b e t way, and the transgressions htin, alack or whlte, need i() murdering his (or her) own they know And f they of others should ha.ve nothbe dealt with the same way. family. can b e know ing to do withit. Maybe DonJmus should bumed': iilive-, player you someth1-ng. What Imus said wasn't n't have been fired. Mer all, can use' a "finish>tell you that pumpkmisolnted. He has repentedly everyone is .to their ing mcwes" teai' victim: & ; Dr Phil arert't ... : , .' < >. , .. : , ,. in half; (Th-at : 'ohvi9usly, i,.lying .when -they ten you, r:s_.iiJ:-. i. . ;-= . ... X ...... fff . getsextra'pmnts!(: : .. THE . : : IYARC : let& _. ENEM"Y,_ AND TH. E . : Y.olc;Jti; Our :, choose betW.e .en --:being one : ENF1MY J1S!'' Tpose of > of .. > ea'rs, I hope : .. attt)mpting to tak" t( dan-,:. you heai-!For, the clock is . gerous, drugi off the streets . ticking. And .it's t-wo Jllin.. 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..... 0 0 C\1 0 C\1 ..J a: a. <( > a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w :::) .... > a: w > w c w :::z:: en :J ID :::) a. z lu ..J ..J :::) ID ...J w z i= z w en a: g LL Parole Who Cares? By CLARENCE BARR, II inmates who read Reality On lee. "Barr, you need to forget To them, the only thing a about all that crazy s--convict with a pen should be you be writing about and focused on is parole and just write about parole." prison reform. Everything This is what I hear about #else is irrelevant. As far as every other day from fellow they're concerned, anything PAGE SIX that happens on the other side of the wall, might as well be taking place in outer space. I try to explain to them that people in the "real world" don't care about what goes on in prison. They don't understand that the average person doesn't want to hear about first-time offenders receiving life sentences. They think people like you really concerned about 19 and 20-year olds having their entire lives thrown away behind petty drug charges. You don't have to explain it to me. I know you're busy going to parties, raising children, paying bills and having cookouts, but try telling them that. They insist that if the word got out about the harshness of Federal Sentencing Guidelines, and how parole could help thousands of inmates trapped in the system, that you would actually try to assist in the struggle. They're cxazy, right? I don't know how many times I've told them that it doesn't ma!ter that Joe Inmate has Masters of earned a Business Administration since he's been down. His 30-year sentence is what most people on the outside think he deserves, even if it was for a non-violent offense. These inmates, they just don't get it. For some reason, they fail to realize that people don't care about someone else's brother, of mind." Things unseen eventually cease to exist. That's why prisons are considered first cousins to cemeteries. A prison compound is really nothing more than a graveyard surrounding by a barbed wire fence. The units are mausoleums, the cells are crypts and the bunks are caskets. You drop a flower off at one, and money order at the other. You see, I understand all of this, but the guys in here, they don't. For whatever reason, they refuse to believe that they're "dead" to you. They have faith that things could change if you would only listen. .... -------------------------------.., father, son or sister being I'll never understand where they get such optimism. You would think that as slick as the average con vict is, he could take a hint. I mean, you don't write, you don't send money, you don't visit, and you even punch the number when they call to keep from calling back. What more can you possibly do to let them know that you just don't care. / locked away, as long as it's not their brother, father, son or sister. The men in here truly believe that if I mention parole bill HR 3072, which is currently under consideration in Congress, that you guys in the free world actually support it by contacting your local U. S. representatives. I know better though. I fully comprehend the concept of "out of sight, out: Clarence Barr, II (43110-018) at Edgefield Federal Correctional Facility, P. 0. Box 725, Edgefield, SC, 29824. ::::::-:-:.;:; .. -:-:-:-::-:--:---. EDDIE NEWKIRK LIFE CENTER RENTAL HALL {formerly known as Orange Blossom} This Is a great place within the heart of the Inner city to host your next special function. Specializing In Weddings, Receptions, Church or Civic Meeting, Class Reunion, Conference, Family Reunion, Fashion Show, Play, Gospel Singing, Rehe"arsals, Birthday Parties, etc. Call 813-248-3205 o r 390-1514 or 247-2801 or 248-9489 pa, Corporation to Develop Communi.tie.c; of Tnropa. Inc .. ; "Business A Five-Week Entrepreneurial Training Curnculum What Is Self-Employment? Is Self-Employment For You? Business l.icense: Legal Organization Of Your Business Your First Steps Pre Business Checklist Developing Your Business Plan Finding Financial Resources Record And Taxes Yollr Home For 7h.r Pu oses ( "lassts \\"ill Be lhld \pril 2-J, 2007-:\lay 29, 2007 Tmsd:n '"'\: Thursd:n s 6:00 P. :\I. -9:00 P. :\I. At CDC O(Tampa 26.'1 1::. Lalit' \H .. Tampa. FL .U611(} There Is A $25 Curriculum Fee For The Five-Week Sessio.i. **April23, 2007 Deadline To Have Registration Feeln Office** For More Infonnation Contact: Elsa Suarez CDC of Tampa, Inc. East Tampa Business Center 2705 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. Tampa, FL 33610 813-248-2552

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LOCAL Workshops Scheduled To Discuss City's CRA's During Thursday morning's Community Redevelopment Agency meeting, Committee Chairman, Councilman Thomas Scott, suggested a workshop be scheduled to bring everyone up to date on how the city's CRA's are func tioning Councilman Scott is serving his first term as a Councilman and CRA Chairman. Councilwoman Linda Saul Sena said there is a need for time for the CRA's to address what they need. to do . ''I think ifw'e set asi<;le:afternoons twice a month to address CRA issues, it will give citizens an opportunity to listen and participate." Councilman Charlie Miranda said he fells expanding the agenda is not a good idea and he didn't want to be a pat of that. He suggested it be done twice a month during regular council meetings. Councilman John Dingfelder said he also thinks it's important that CRA meetings be conducted at least once a year in the community I think either way it would be a push," said Councilman Scott. "I was shocked we were starting-these meetings at 8:30 a.m. I want to make sure we get the most out of our time together in discussing COUNCILMAN THOMAS SCOTT CRA Chairman CRA issues." Councilwoman Saul Sena said she thinks they could meet on other days of the week instead ofThursday. A motion was made and sec onded that on Tuesday, May 8th at 1:30 p.m., a workshop be held to discuss the CRAs. "At that time we will set a time and date for a second workshop with the CRA Advisory Committees Mark Huey, City Economic Development Director, said he felt the workshop would give the Council an opportunity to immerse themselves in what's going on with the CRA's Espe cially the newly elected mem bers. Councilman Scott asked for information on how prop-'Buc>I-Fied Bert' To Present cholarship A""ards The area's number one Tampa Bay Buccaneer fan, Buc-1-Fied Bert, is announcing a special Mother's Day weekend event. On May 9th at 6 p m., Buc-1-Fied Bert will be giving away a $1,000 scholarship to a lucky area senior who can acceptedto a college. "I want to influence others to join in this venture with me to create more scholarships. Every Sunday,.more than 65,000 fans pack 'Ravmond James Stadium during football season, and I want to reach each of them and ask for their support." BUC-1:-FIED BERT Buc-1-Fied Bert will be their potential. working with All Sorts "We want our kids to be Community to get a aware of their surroundings list of eligible so they can be successful and Other awards will also be have a prosperous future." presented, and the progress The scholarship award preof the award recipients will sen ted will be held at the be tracked as they move on Channel 8 News Studios on with their academic career. Parker Street. All Sports founder Tyrone Reporter Leon B. Crews Keys said they are always can be reached at (818) looking for goal-oriented 248-0724, or e-mailed at youth to help them reach leon@jlsentinel.com. erty tax cuts wiJI affect the CRA's as it pertains to TIF revenues. That will be discussed during the May 8th meeting. Huey said there is language in the statute that particularly addresses the CRAs as far as TIF revenue is concerned. "This issue is among the dis cussion in Tallahassee as they review their budget cuts." Huey also said on May 24th at 8:30 p.m., there will be a special 30 minute meeting to introduce how the planning process on the Central Park Village project is going." The workshops will be open to the public. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel com (ommunltyHeallh The First Annual PLAN &I for the TOTAL MAN Community Health Forum .__.ll .. r.&flllllllllllllll 8:00am io 2:00pm Ons ite Registration starts@ 7:00am Free Cancer, Diabetes, "A total man has a winning wellness plan where his health Is concerned. As a father, husband, son, brother, and friend It Is Important to choose a winning wellness plan by completing annual screenings for prostrate cancer, colon cancer and cardiovascular related diseases. Early detection Is the key to preventing unnecessary complications and loss of life." "Be a total man with a winning wellness plan and join CHAP, The Florida Deparbnent of Health, Office of Minority Health and Its community partn ers on Saturday, Aprl128, 2007, at High Coach Tony .Dungy Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index Screenings and Foot Exams that could save lives ...... ..... ..., PRE-REGISTER TODAY CAll813-247-6800 OR SEND EMAil TQ chap@chapnet.org Free food and special.prizes for screened participants. , JJ c )> "0 ]J r N N 0 0 'T1 r 0 :!! C/) m z -t z m r;m c: r r z "0 c: m r c;; :z: m c m < m .... c: m C/) c > z c 'T1 :D B

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"" 0 0 C\1 0 C\1 ...J a: a. LOCAL Organization Addresses Homelessness And Transportation Problems c:( Established in 1982, > deals with drugs in our community and prevention measures. We expect greater things in the future as we continue to work together." C C: Equality) is a faith-based LL group that addresses prob-0 a: u.. Q z c:( 0 en w :::;) t-w > w Q w m ::::; CD :::;) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::;) CD .:.. w z i= z w en C it 9 u.. lems that concern people in their community. On Monday, April 23 from 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p .m., H O .P.E. will be addressing the issues of homelessness and bus transportation at the HOPE Nehemiah Action forum. The event will be held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 4311 West San Miguel Street in South REV. JOE JOHNSON Tampa. help of our elected officials to The event is free and. open make that happen." to the public and elected offi-HOPE has no set agenda, cials have been invited to because their input comes attend and co.mmit them-from what needs to be done in selves to act on specific pro-the community. posals to address pressing "We identify the problems, community problems. the do what we can to get it Rev. Joe Johnson, cocare of," said Rev. president of HOPE and pastor Johnson. of Trinity C. M. E. Church, "HOPE is responsible for said even though they do the establishment of the address political issues, they ATOSS Program, new sideare faith-based and a voice of walks, and creating resources the community. to establish alternative school "We bring attention to to keep our children off the whatever concerns the people. streets. We're also proud of Homelessness is something our reading initiative prowe will address to help people gram ... recover and we'll need the "The Hot Spot campaign HOPE consists of 17 congregations and one Mosque Among those congregations are: Christ The King Catholic Church, First United Church of Tampa, First United Methodist Church, Greater Friendship M B Church, Islamic Community of Tampa, John Calvin Presbyterian Church, Mt. Sinai A M. E. Zion Church, New Life Pentecostal Church of God, New Smyrna Full Gospel Cathedral, Peace Progressive M. B. Church, Resurrection Catholic Church, St. James House Of Prayer Episcopal Church, St. John The Devine Episcopal Church, Tampa Friends Meeting -Quakers, 34th Street Church Of God, -Trinity Christian Methodist Church, and Unitarian Universalist Church of Tampa. For more information, call HOPE at (813) 221-4673. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at [egn@flsentineLcom. .WOMEN OF ZION INTERNATIONAL, INC. Presents LE 9TH ANNUAL MIGHTY WOMEN OF GOD CONFERENCE 13TH ANNUAL TESTIMONIAL BANQUET & PAGEANT Theme: "Esther's Women" April 19-22, 2007 Comfort Inn Conference Center 820 East Busch Blvd. Don t Miss It! Conference Agenda Friday, Aprll20; 2007 (Dress Attire W.O.Z. T-Shirts) Potter's Workshop Presenters 8:00a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:45 a.m. Good Morning Holy Spirit 9:30a.m. Mrs. Linda Walker, ManagerHillsborough House of Hope, Tampa, Fl. 10:15; a.m. Mr. Randall Fitch, Sales Manager, Toyoto Tampa Bay 11:15 a : m. Charles T. H. Dennis Ill, President I CEO Globar Financial .11 :45 a.m. Evangelist Jerry Brandt, Founder I CEO, Action Evangelism 12:30 p.m. luncfleon Messenger: Prophetess Louise McKinney, Hudson 3:00p.m. Tour: Women After-Care Mission Home, 2102 East Bougainvillea Ave. Tampa, Fla. 7:30 Pl'!' Deliverance & Consecrated Service (A Night In Whlte)(Dress attire white) Messenger: Pastor Elsie Obed, Llllles International Christian Outreach, New York, N.Y. .... . Saturday, Aprll21, 2007 . a m Refreshing Time In The Lord! I I Speaker: Nancy Norvell Smltz, Chairman, First . ,;_ Ladles Prayer Brunch of Tampa 10:30 a.m: Messenger: Pastor Olivia Martinez, World Over comers Church, West Chicago, 111. 6:30P.M. Banquet & Pageant, Conference Center Sunday, April 22, 2007 . 10:00 a.m. Service at New Life Church of God, 1611 East Bougainvillea Ave. SMITZ MARTINEZ Itemized Conference Fees: Workshops .......................... $ 20.00 Luncheon ..... ............. : ........ $ 25.00 . & Pageant .............. $ 60.00 AN ETHNiC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FEATURING THE CONSUMED! I I . WITH BETHANY & FAJTH BERNARD WOMEN OF ZION INTERNATIONAL, INC. P.O. BOX 15101 TAMPA,.FLORIDA 33684 Head Start To Hold Volunteer's Reception The School District of Hillsborough County's Head Start Program will hold their annual Volunteer's Reception on April 21st at Howard W Blake High School. The event will start at 5 p .m. The event is held each year to give tribute to the many volun teers, parents, and instructors with the district's Head Start Program and encourage others to join. Sylvia Hubbard, a volunteer at Sheehy Elementary, said the Head Start Program there has been ongoing since 2003, and they currently have a waiting list of over 1,000 children. "The school district has Head Start programs in each elementary school, and this program should not be confused with the county Head Start programs, although they are pretty much run same way .J' Ms. Hubbard said currently, there is a Head Start Roundup going on and now_js..the time for parents to visit an elementary school to get their kids signed up for Head Start. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e .-mailed at leon@jlsentinel. com LOVING HILL P. B. CHURCH 10040 Joe Ebert Road Seffner, Fl, 33584 Elder leroy Turner, Jr., Pastor ANNUAL USHER BOARD MINISTRY PROGRAM Sunday, April22, 2007 3:30 P. M. Theme: "The Church Ushers And Their Service" PSALM 84:4-10 8.DBt UROYll.IUB, It Pastor Guest Speaker MOTHER ROSEMARY GADSDEN Brown's Memorial Temple Church Of God In Christ Guest Choir: Macedonia M. B. Church Male Chorus, Thonolosassa, A. Please Come And WorsJ'IIp With Us WE THE PASTOR, OmCERS AND MEMBERS OF FAITH TEMPLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST' CHURCH OF GREATER TAMPA 291&.0RIENT ROAD TAMPA. fL 33619 COME CELEBRATE WITH US AND SEE THE GOODNESS OF GOD THEME: .. AIN'T NO STOPPING US NOW'' ST. JOHN 9:4 SUNDAY, APRIL 22ND n A. M. FOR OUR DEDICATION SERVICE GUEST SPEAKER DR.' CARL' F. BROOKS MODERATOR, MT. PILGRIM M. B. ASSOCIATION, PUNTA GORDA. fL (JOIN US AT 10:15 A.M. ESCORT FROM 602 E. PALM AVENUE TO 2916 ORIENi ROADJ SUNDAY, APRIL 22ND 4 P. M. Fill-MCIITGAGE BllllltB SEIMCE . BtiSI DR. JAMES THOMAS -JEFFERSON STRHT BAPDST CHURCH NASIIIVILili. TN

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THIS AD PAID FOR BY1 Laura Ferguson ANN THOMPSON U ASSOCIATES REALTY, INC. Phonea 81:J-$4et-:JSS:Z. Faxa 81:JS:Z.SSO Email Us-LauraFergusonRealty@verizon.net Websitea LauraFergusonRealty.c:om W SUGH AVE TAMPA, FL :J:J614 ,._ ........... .,. you more!!" ST. JOHN M. B. CHURCH I 1701 1st Street E., Palmetto, FL, 34221 .(941) 722-2335 You Are Invited To Share In This Blessed SR. Pastor M k & I PSALMS 100:1 says a e a JOYU nOISe ... So, Come & Let s Give God The Highest-Praise! PASTOR A. TAYLOR Springhill M. B. Church Gainesville, Fl The SUNDAY. APRIL 22, 2007 4:07. P.M. Come And Praise God With Us. Bible Says J T.Smith Salvation Is the Gift of God In an eiTurt to prove salvKtion Ht th; point of faith (b e for e Anrl without anj'nther "works") men turn to Epht,sinm; 2:8-fl "Ji'or by grace nre ye l!fiVed through faith; ancl that not ofyourseiVt!s: it is the gift nfGorl: "Not of works, lest any man should hoa11t." What is the gift-fuith or AAivation? Are there any works mao is to do? . "'" The gift spoken of here is salvation. Man cannot do enough works t o CJtuse God to he indebted to him'ao thKt he deserves snlvAtion. But, the question is, are there any work!! une can do'? Underfltimding that there are works commanded of God will help us in l!turly. At the house of Cornelius P1!ter snicl in Act11 10 : 34-35 "Then Peter openerl his mouth, nnrll!nirl, or a truth I perceive that Gucl ill no r especter of persons: in every nation he that feareth Him, Hncl wurketh righ teousnesl!, i11 accepted with Him. Ohviously, then, PAul in EphesianN2:9 i11 not speaking of ALL works, but works 11buut which a man CHn boast . What Are works of righte ousness? PMim 119:172 "My tongul! !!hall speak of thy worrl: for all thy commanr lmentl! arl! righteousnes11 If all God's' comm11ndment1! are righteou11nes1!, when one does the cltmmandments of God, he is rloing works of righteousness. We are told, "baptism is no part of salvation h ecAUKI! it i11 A work A work which man haR devised of which he might "lmn11t," or a commancluf Gorl which ill: a work of righteuu snel!l!'! 10 : 47 48 "Can nn.v man for bidwater, that these 11houlrl not he which have receiv e d the J-loly Ghost as Wl!llsts we? 48Ancl he cnmmuncll!d them to !111 haptiZ1!rl in the name of the Lord ... The ,Je ws askl!cl ,Jesus what works thi! Y cnulcl clo, answered and said unto them, ThiH is the work of Gnd, thAt .vo hl!lieve on Him whom He hath sent" lrluhn 6:29). Faith is11 work -H wol'k. of righteousn e ss. If there are no works or. t l .:an cltr,then he r.aTL'I believe. Et Central Church of Chrlet, 1702 South Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 74112 Schedule of Services Sunday -9:30 am 10:30 am; 6 :00 pm -Wed. 7 :00 pm Phone 918-627 Paid Advtrllmnent Hosted By: Pastor T. D. Leonard At Mt. Tabor M. B. Church 2808 W. Grace St., Tampa Tickets Are Available for 825 Ouest Speaker ST. JOHN CATHEDRAl 3401 E. 25th Avenue Tampa, FL (Corner 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: 813-248-3737 Or 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Carellne: 248-HELP BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email us at stjmlnlstrles@aol.com 1. 4-. Mission : ... "A Church of the Inner city reaching out To the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY OUTREACH, INC. I HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDOIE NEWkiRk and PASTOR AUDREY NEWkiRK Theme: Pear hlpell: Pear n, r.nn lc r.nners 01 Christ. LVII 1:11 _lpeabn: Bn. T. Barrlncttn, lreater Ll&bt 1 ... 1.1. BD. LITOIU& .10-. C. \ .... lluy ttl! appearla1 Prl11'1111 111. I . ,,.. .........., Pahla, Ill. llarlle Arable, Ill. Inn Pllleat., ar.. l'raJI hitler, Putlr taMI 'I'IIIIIU, Dr. Ovtlyllltphra OtUiu, ltv. W.aJa IIDII, .a,.atlt Cyatlda hri, Ill. llwa 1111 WUIIalu, luella 0. IHit4aa, LulalrD OUl IN, l'rMrlllta lliDDtll', ltltlllaUH). Gal111 Orawlll't,Jiartlla St.....; J.atulla 'I'IIIIIU, llliJ Dawll, OvllJD 1111111', hllllilala 0. Watts .. utlla 8 ... 111'11 Gall Gllalrptnea NUoltr He .lalla a...t&teea Ill. 1U Inn, ...... .._llllltr, Dr. ltaa. WO.a, i17, .lin I. ltnllt Star ..... GtUa Jut -. ..

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One (1) Day Conference* $30 Per Person, Lunch Provided Registration Required Registration Deadline, May 161 h Please call813-986-9504, Ext 3 for registration forms or more info 10511 Main Street Thonotosassa, FL, 33592 www ristministries. "Stm1ding On A Fitm fl,lllldLllion" 2 TIMOTHY 2:19 FULL GOSPEL C. 0. G. I. C. Wo&dd Like To l"vite Vou To Our ElDER ROBERT DOUGlAS. Pastor 14TH CHURCH ANNIVERSARY April22. 2007 11 a. m. MOTHER SADIE DOIJGIAS, First Ladfl * * * * * * * * "Our Proyer for you is that when you leave, you leave different from the way you came, uplifted, encouroged and able to endure anythinB that may confront you." 1904 E. Osborne Ave. Tam a. FL. 33610 PASTORDARYLFLIKTROY,JR. BISHOPNATHANTAYLOR And SISTER MITZI FliKTROY PrevalllnQ Word Worship Center --5204 N. 34th Street, Suite A, Tam a FL, 3361 0 GREATER BETHEl MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N. Jefferson St .. TamPa, fl.. 33602 (813) 229-1390 REV. OSCAR JOHNSON. JR. Pastor/reacher .. Charfe ORDINATION SERVICES SundaY, APril 22nd 4 P. m. COrdlnatlon Of Deacons] BRO. WITT GREEN BRO. LONNIE J .ACKSON BRO. COUNCIL RUDOLPH MARVIN WRIGHT .BRO WILLIE WRIGHT [Llcenslne of 2 Ministers] .MINISTER -ANTHONY HENRY MINISTER STERLIN WOODARD == FOR YOUR INFORMATION ---Blake Class Of 1967 Meeting The April meeting of the Howard W. Blake Class of 1967 will be held Saturday, April 21st, 4 p. m at the Loretta Ingraham Center, 1611 N. Hubert Ave. (Carver City). Only 2 more months until the 4oth Class Reunion, which is planned for June 22-24 2007. For more information, please call John Bowden (813) 600-8859, Mary Forbes-Williams (813) 875-8830 or Martha Crouch (Dix) (813) 493-4688 Parenting The SeCond Time Around Grandparents, guardians and other relatives who are 'parenting the second tiine around' are invited to a support information meeting on Monday, 6-7 p.m. at St. Luke AM. E Church, 2709 N 25 St. For more information, please call (813) 248-6753, or email Kinconnectionoutreach@Juno com. Sickle Cell Support Group _;: : .t --.. 1 The Sickle Cell Support Group will meet Tuesday, April 24th. 6:15 p. m., office of Jawan C. Ayer-Cole, MD, 800 W Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd The free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. UFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Wonllipplng AI E WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Sh8dowlnm, Tampa, FL. 33610 (813)23s.6'706 FIRST MOUNT CARMEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUR 4406 N 26th Street (1113) 23 62322 UNITY DAY WORSHIP SERVICES "Men And Women On On e Accord JVorking For T h e Good OJThe Lord" April22, 2007 .,_ & Bille Studr-6:30 Winning -&w.y s.turd -11".30 no.-.. u-n-ISih n. Word Of God" Mettt.w 6:33 REV. RICHARD ALLEN BROWN IV REV. RONALD MIZER St. Luke A.M.E. Chun:h.l runpa 4:() p .m Gt.JC:;t 1118'S liDS CHRISTII. Paff A BEKA CURRICULUM A ChristJn O.sed CUITitulum lndudlng: Mathematics Science Reading History Arts and Crafts Small Classes Degreed Tnchen Trlned Spedllsts In: Computen, O.nce, Kante, Golf, Chess & Sip Languqe F:B.EE INFANT CARE & PRE-SCHOOL 6:30AM-6:00PM Before and After School Care One Stop for Parents with infants through 5th Grade Child Care by Trained Professionals Breakfast & Lunch Program We accept School Readiness & Florida P.R.I.D.E 8VHHE:B. FREE SUMMER SCIENCE & ART PROGRAM Ages 5-12 ',,, Home .of 34th Street Church of God ...... ., / 3000 N. 34th Street Tampa, F1orida .. ..,,, / (813)248-6548 ext. 228 ...... / .. .,, Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, Senior Pastor & Founder

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LOCAL First Annual 'Miss Blue ReVue' Pageant Held A capacity crowd was on hand for the ,recent presenta tion of the First Annual "Miss Blue Revue" Pageant and Dinner. The event was spon sored by Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and was held at the DoubleTree Hotel. The presentation was highlighted with the crowning of the first "Ms. Sensational Senior" and "Miss Blue Revue" 2007. Mrs. Doris Copeland won the title of "Ms. Sensational. Senior." She is a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Mrs. Mattie Ervin was the first runner up and she worships at First Baptist ALEXIA McKAY Mrs. Mattie Ervin, left, was crowned first runner up, and Mrs. ... Winner 2007 "Miss Blue.Revue" Doris Copeland was chosen "Ms. Sensational Senior" during the First Annual "Miss Blue Revue" Pageant and Dinner. RJ:VJ:RE:\D DR. W .. 1. HA Y:\ES Pastor!T cach"r Church School Sunday 9:30 a m. :\JorninJ.: Worship* Sunday* lfi:SS a m. :\lid-Wl'f!k Scn icc Wroncsday 7 p.m. (Prayer .\Jccline. Bihlc Study) "l:.'xulli11g Toward E.>xellellce" Church of College Hill. Others Sensational Seniors honored during the presentation were Mrs. Mildred Look, Think & Decide For Yourself What Is Scientology? Come hear it from African American Christian & Muslim ministers who have used it to improve communities. llOQ E. Laura St.' Plant REV. MANDELA SMITH. Pastor Ke!Jnote Speaker DR. SYLVIA J. GREENE Ch.u ... oos. lfMesur (Shr is a natin o( Pl8lll City an4ola"8hllf o( ddir111ar 100ia1111) Apost art Invites You T o Come And Be With Us In ll1is Upcoming Revival At The Miracle Faith Revival Church 2726 E. 15th Ave. Tam With PROPHET BEAUFORD of Charleston, SC A Service Ylm A /(J Miss Pooh And The New l Will Sponsor A Musical Program St!urday, April21 & Sunday, April22 7 P.M. fJ ;,.,. HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHRIST 2818 E. Osborne Avenue JJ tJ ,.,, DR. A. F. NELSON VICKERS, Pastor On Program: Holy Outreach Choir, Pooh And The New Inspirations, The Bryant Family Singers, The Traveling Stars, Unity Gospel Singers, Rev. And The Disciples, Destiny Dance Group, And Mor'e Reed, Mrs. Claudette Reese, Mrs. Eloise Scott, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Lillian Thomas, Mrs. Authorine Clark, and Mrs. Maxine Douglas. The Sensational Seniors were escorted by Nashant Saybien Binns, Gabriel Bryant, Terry Shawn New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. LakeAve. 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 Ferrell, Jeremy James Other Archonettes who took Gadson, Kyle Gibson, Eric part in the competition are Blanc, II, Jamal Clark, KaShinta Carlton, Adrian Fanning, Bryce KimberJy Cooper, Nicole Morange, and Tre' Gibson. Nichols, RoShonda Their escorts included grand-Patrick, Toyia Shellman, sons, great grandsons, and and Ariel Thompson. other family members. These young ladies were Cardierre Harris, Terri escorted by: Eric Blanc, Harris, Destiny Cooper, Stanley Binns, Willie Symeria Harris, Emari Pickett, Melvin McKay, Walker, and Jolicia Walker Anthony Hill, Willie presented the ladies with Dunning, Hojuand roses. These presenters are Gladden, Oscar Sherman, members of the Pearlettes. and Phoenix Raines. The The teenagers of the organi-zation known as the escorts were their fathers and Archonettes, participated in other family members. the first "Miss Blue Revue" The theme for the event was of 2007 competition and the "Celebrating Our winner was Archonette Heritage" and was displayed Alexia McKay, who is an by showcasing the 11th grade student at Blake Archonettes. The Archonettes High School. Alexia is the ar:e the teenage youth coinpodaughter of Mr. and Mrs. nent of the sorority. The event Melvin McKay. paid tribute and honored non-The first runner up was degreed Sensational Senior Archonette Alexandria R. Women who serve as positive Benton. Alexandria is a role models for youth through lOth grade student at Bishop-perseverance, faith, dedicaEton High School and is the tion, and service to the comdaughter of Ms. Monica R. munity. Benton. Zeta Alma Hires is presi-Brittany Sherman, who dent of the sorority. Zeta granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Dorothye B. Reed was the Sherman, was the second runner up. Brittany is a 9th program chairperson and grade student at King High Zeta Ersula Odom was the School. commentator. Thursday, April 26 -Sunday, April 29; 2007 The Word of His Grace Christian Fellowship, Inc. 2506 Sou1:h Parsons Avenue .3.3584 'T1 :::0 0 l> ]J r-1'1.) 0 1'1.) 0 0 ....... 'T1 r-0 en m z -t z m r;a:J c: r rm -t z c: a:J r-c;; ::a: m c m < m :::0 < -t c: m en. c )> z c 'T1 :::0 c

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c a: u. c z < c ur w :) > a: w > w c w :::z::: en ::::i m :) Q. z tu ...J ...J :) m I ...J w z i= z w en 0 ...J u. LOCAL -----ec ures Tampa General Native Tampan, Dr. Nancy Andrews Collins was in Tampa on Wednesday to lecture to OBIGYN residents at Tampa General Hospital. Approximately 18 young doctors were entertained and informed about a new procedure that Dr. Andrews Collins uses at her hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is pictured here with Dr. David Keefe, the James Ingram Professor at USF and Chair of the OB/GYN Department at TGH. Dr. Andrews Collins visited her parents Mr. And Mrs. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. while in town. Concert To Raise Proceeds For Those Needing Organ Donors This weekend, Downtown Tampa will be the site for an event that will help save lives The Symphony of Life is a free concert featuring the Florida Orchestra. The purpose of the concert is to raise awareness and proceeds for those who need organ donors and transplants. There are currently 96,032 people in the United States waiting on an organ transplant, according to Jennifer Krouse, LifeLink's public relations manager. The Symphony of Life concert will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007 at 7 p.m. in Curtis Hixon Park in Downtown Tampa. For more information on donating or becoming a sponsor, pl ease call LifeLink Legacy Fund at (800) 262-5775. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or at adavis@flsentin e l com. Florida Sentinel : Advertisers With Allah lGodJ Name, the Merciful Benefactor, The Merciful Redeemer ndav, Mav &th *** 11.1. M.-5 P. M. RIVERFR'ONT PARK 1000 N. Boulevard @ Cvpress St. FREE Health Screenings FREE Entenainmant FREE Clothes FREE ADMISSION 1 In The Spotlight KIMBERLY Wherever you go, you see beautiful women. ln Tampa, they are in abundance, and living proof of that is this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature, Kimberly. This 18-year-old loves shopping, writing, sports and spending time with Kimberly says that she also like a man that always has a plan, and follows through with it. Congratulations to this weeks' Spotlight Unlimited Feature Kimberly. Sunday Sc:honl@ 10 a. m. Morning Worship & Children's Church@ II a. Evening Worship Every 4th Sunday@ 6 p. m: Bible Study@ 6 p. m. OUR VISION "To S God's Peopl Elffpott'CII'fHI l1t .4.U Arwte Of Their I.il'f!S .I Wit Was Ltllrl, RGtrlfttl" Hftlrt At A Time Ave., Tlm!)l, Fl, 33606 (813) 2S._S260 KENNEllf STEWART, Putor (813) 817-7288 Pastor's Message 6r Sunday School T2 p. m, Morning Worship 1 p. m. Wednesdy Bible Study 7:30 p. m. Youth Sign Languge_ & Tu!Orlng ., . DtrKttonA: t-us to Downtown W.rt Exit (Aihley Drlw) "1\im RJght 011 kennRy Blvd. Turn Right on o .. gon Avenue. www.tbothop.org psto11ttbothop.org Your Ltf.ls f>mrmln..t By 7M Cholt:ft 1'011 Afoh ...

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1'-0 0 N 0 N ...J a: D. c( >.;' a: u. c a: u. c z c( c en w :: ... > a: w > w c w :::r: en ::::i m :: D. z w ...J ...J :: m ..:. W z !z w en -a: 0 ...J u. LOCAL SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY Draft Day With The Bucs It is draft time in the National Football League and it should be a grand time for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs were very active in the free agent market during the off-season and addressed most of their needs. They brought in a top notched defensive end, a top notched linebacker and more. The Bucs are now in a posi tion to do a number of things with their draft picks. They could trade their number four draft pick. They can use it to take a big speedy wide receiver or they can use to it draft a franchise offe'nsive tackle. They may even take a cornerback. The Bucs have a btmch of quarterbacks on the roster, but clouds surround their effectiveness. One thing for sure, the Bucs draft will be very interesting. NBA Playoffs To Start The regular National Basketball Association season has come to a close. All but 16 teams have packed away their uniforms and gone home for the season. Yet, basketball is just beginning as the second season, which is also known as the begin. The action starts on Saturday. Both Florida teams, the Miami Heat and the Orlando Magic made the playoffs. There is no standout team to win this year's NBA title. There are some favorites. The Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, and the San Antonio Spurs. favorites. The defending champions, the Miami Heat are an X-factor. How well the Heat do depends upon the health of Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade. Burgess Faces A Million Dollar Problem Hillsborough High School outfielder, Michael Burgess faces a problem that involves millions of dollars. Burgess is the best baseball player outside of the major leagues. As a-high school senior, many colleges and university want Burgess to bring his vast array of talents to their cam puses. The question is whether or not to skip college and become a millionaire now or w go to college and become a millionaire later. Michael Burgess is expected to be selected in the top five play ers, if not #1. Ref Threatens To Fight Duncan Referee Joe Crawford i s considered one of the best officials in the NBA. Yet, he has been suspended indefinitely for conduct unbecom ing of an NBA official. His predicament came from an involvement with Tim Dunc'an, one of the gentlemen of the game. It seems that Crawford called two technical fouls on Duncan as he sat on the bench. He then challenged Duncan to a fight. A pure no-no. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 @ Seattle Seahawks 4:15p.m. Sept.16 New Orleans Saints 1:00 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 4:05p.m. Nov.4 Arizona Cardinals 1:oo p.m. I BYE WEEK r Nov.18 @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m. Nov. 25 Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. Dec. 2 @ New 9r1eans 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 1:00 p.m. Tampa N ative Shows Is Among The Best In -The N :BA One of Tampa's own is beginning to make a name for himself in the NBA. Tarence-'Kinsey is a guard with the Memphis Grizzlies, and has proven to be one of their most versatile players. The 23-year-old Jefferson High grad averaged 18.2 points, 2.8 assists, 5.2 rebounds arid 2.0 steals during the last five games of the regular season. The Grizzlies will not make the playoffs this year after finishing last in the Southwest Division. However, Kinsey is optimistic about his future with the Grizzlies. "I think I am making believers out of people, and I feel great about that. I was disap pointed with the way my sea son started. I had to have eye surgeries, and I wasn't getting the playing time that I wanted," said Kinsey. "One of my teammates went down injured and I was able to step Tarence Kinsey, a Tampa native, averaged 18 points, five rebounds and two steals over the last five games in the regular season. He has been one of the leading scorers for the Grizzlies since being put in their starting lineup. in." Kinsey plays alongside All-Star center Paul Gasol, yet has led the team in scoring four times since being placed on the Grizzlies starting lineup. The Tampa native says that he will work on getting bigger in sire and improve his ball-handling during the off season. "I want to begin next season like I started this one. I want to continue to be productive and help my team win," Kinsey said . "I worked extra hard to catch the attention of my coaches to le.t them know that I can play as a starter, so I want to do what I can to let them know that I can continue to be one." Tarence is the grandson of Florida Sentinel columnist Randolph Kinsey. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or at adavi.s@flsentinel.com. 'Old School' Tiger Meats Navv Tigers At Annual Florida Relays "Old School" Middleton Track 'figers "Bodacious" Beaufort Brown, 1971 center, is shown with Dewayne Lee, left, and Denario Johnson. Middleton Track Tigers, shown in thW photo from left to right aret Aaron Bowens, '"BodaclOus" Beaufort Brown (Class of 1971), and Travis Bule. Middleton High School alum, Beaufort joins other distinguished including Brown, of the Class of 1971, was r e cently Pro Football Great, Emmitt Smith, and fbri'nducted into theUniversity of Florida mer UF quarterback and 1996 NCAA CO'nege of Health and Human Performance Football Championship Coach, Stev. e Alumni Hall of Fame. Brown, whose career Spurrier. at UF included an unprecedented three Brown is grateful to his Middleton coach terms as Team Captain, and three National es, his former teacher, Attorney FraDit Championship Titles, was pleased to meet. Stewart, and his mentor, U.S. Tratk several current Middleton track stars at UF's Coaches' Administrator, Jimmy Carnes. Percy Beard Track. John Robinson is Track Coach at In this, his third, Hall of Fame, Brown Middleton High School.

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. SPORTS Referee Suspended Indefinitely NEW YORK --Joey Crawford is done ejecting players and coache!l this sea son. On Tuesday, he was the one getting tossed. The veteran NBA referee was suspended indefinitely by commissioner David Stern for his conduct toward Tim Duncan, who contends the official challenged him to a fight during a game in Dallas. Crawford has worked more postseason games than any active ref. His suspension will last at least through the NBA finals, and he apparently will have meet with Stern after that to dis cuss reinstatement. "Especially in light of similar prior acts by this official, a significant suspension is warranted," Stern said in a statement. "Although Joey is consistently rated as one of our top referees, he must be held accountable for his actions on the floor, and we will have further discussions with him following the season to be sure he understands his responsibilities ." Crawford ejected Duncan from San Antonio's loss after calling a second technical foul on the Spurs star while h e was laughing on the bench. "He looked at me and said, 'Do you want to fight? Do you want to fight?"' Duncan said. "If he wants to fight, we can fight. I don't have any problem with him, but we can do it if he wants to. I have no reason why in the middle of a game he would yell at me, 'Do you want to fight?'" Crawford was cited for "improper conduct" and "inappropriate comments made to Duncan during the game." Stern said Crawford's actions "failed to meet the standards of pro fessionalism and game management we expect of NBA referees." The NBA also fined Duncan $25,000 for v erbal abuse of an officia l. said Duncan referred to him with a n exp letive. Robinson Nears End Of .Jail Sentence GREEN BAY, Wis. -Green Bay Packers receiver Koren Robinson is fini s hing a jail sentence in Gre e n Bay by serving the fin a l 45 days on electronic monitoring and working at a local hospital, authorities said Tuesday. Robinson was sentenced t o 90 days .in jail for fle eing police last August in Minn es ot a when he was with the Vikings Robinson began serving the sentence March 9 at the Hennepin County, Minn., Adult Corrections J;acility near Minneapolis, said Assistant Nicolle t County Attorn e y Paul Tanis. KOREN ROBINSON Roger Pederson, an administrator at the facility said Robinson was re leased April 7 to ser;e the rest of the sentence in Wisconsin Saints Sign WR Patten To One-Year Deal DAVID PATTEN NEW ORLEANS --The New Orleans Saints signed receiver David Patten to a one-year contract Thursday, hoping the 10-year veteran can rebound from two disappointing seasons with the Washington Redskins A Saints spokesman con firmed the deal, but couldn't release financial details. Patten was cut last month two seasons into a five-year $13 million free-agent deal he signed with the Redskins after helping the New England Patriots win three Super Bowls earlie r in the d ecade. DARK t LOVELY KIT $3.99 AJAX 18 FL OZ SI.OO 'YAKY PONY $1.119 Frazier Suing Daughter PHILADELPHIA -Former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier has sued his daughter for the return of his contracts, product endorsements and other business papers. Frazier is financially strapped at 63 and may be missing out on film royalties, product endorsement fees or other income promised in the contracts, his lawyers said. Jacquelyn Frazier-Lyde a lawyer, judicial candidate and sometime boxer -controls the documents because she served as her father's lawyer and business adviser from 1989-2004, according to the lawsuit. "I wouldn't want to harass her, my daughter," Frazier said Tuesday by phone from Toronto, where he was appearing at a festival. "I brought her here in this world and gave her the best of everything. I love her." He said he doesn't know why she might be keeping the records I don't talk to her," JOE FRAZIER And Daughter, JACQUELYN Frazier said. "All I'm asking is for the papers, that's all." The suit charges that Frazier-Lyde has failed to explain where the records are now and refused to accept a certified March 2 letter demanding their return. A call to her law office in North Philadelphia rang unanswered Tuesday, and there was no immediate reply to phone and e-mail messages left with her judicial campaign. FrazierLyde is campaigning for a seat on Philadelphia's Municipal Court. The suit was filed April 4 in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court. CANJ!ED PEAS .790 ARIEL WIDOWNY SI.OO DOVE COO.JIES SI.IID 100 TEA BAGS SI.OO BATHROOM TISSUE 2/SI.OO ::c c ):> 'tl :a ;= 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 -....! r-0 :a en m z ::! z m r-1 Ill c: r r-z c: Ill c en :::z:: m c m < m :a < -i c: m en c )> z c :a c

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FUNERALS ED MICHAEL SHAW, SR. The homegoing celebration service for Ed Michael Shaw, Sr., of 4816 N. 19th St., who passed away, Friday, April 13, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Brown Memorial Church Of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, with Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor/offi$!iating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Shaw was born December 11, 1958, in Tampa, to the late Dan Shaw and Annie Mae Shaw. He enjoyed cooking and fishing. He was preceded in death by: his dad; sister, Lillian Terry; and 2 brothers, Dan Shaw, Jr. and Alonzo Shaw. Mr. Shaw leaves to cherish his precious memories: wife, Peggy Gail Shaw; 4 children, Mikesha Shaw (Edward Edward Jone), Ed Michael Shaw, Jr. (Tiny), Ebony Shaw and Akile Shaw; 8 grandchildren, Edquanesha Jone, Erykah S. Smith, Antwanesha Ramsey, Edward E . Jone, Jr., Antwan R. Ramsey, Jr., Timya Shaw, Mikin J. Shaw and Mikiara L. Shaw; mother, Annie Mae Shaw; brothers, Charlie Shaw (Meiko) and Otis House (Belinda); sisters, Diann House and husband, Sam, Theresa Simmons and Margaret Shaw; aunts, Vera Bell Hammond, Margaret Jones and Gloria Jean Crosby and husband, Joe; uncle, Edward Green; nieces, Sophia Underwood (Greg), Michelle (Gerald), Gwen Denson (Will), Ioanina Duncan (Curley), Jasmine Pettis (JimmJe)., Otishia and Keynesa H:ouse; nephews, Simmons, Jr. (Keyiona) ani:l Charlie Shaw,-Jr.; cousins, the Green, Hammond, Jones, Thompson and Brown families; Mrs. Barbara Green, Richie Gonzalez, Brocato's family .and a host of other cousins, sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday evening (today) from 58 p. m. The family will receive friends from 67 p. m. The funeral. cortege will arrange from 5313 21st Avenue Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 10:45 a. m Saturday for the service. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" MOTHER ANNIE RUTH GUION Homegoing services for Mother Annie Ruth Guion will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007 at 1 p. m. at St. Mary Community Church, 907 E. Laura St., Plant City, Elder Timothy Knighten, pastor, officiating. Annie Ruth Guion, the daughter of the late George and Ellen Shaw, was born on April 27, 1941, in Wray, GA. At an early age, she came to Florida where she was raised by her brother, the late Grady Shaw and Christine Shaw. She attended Hillsborough County public schools .She later met and married Mr. Robert Lee Guion, Sr. She worked for Paradise Fruit Company for 24 years. Annie Ruth Guion was the church mother of Greater New Hope A.M.P.R.C. Church, where she was the president of the usher board, a dedicated and faithful member of the choir and the church and last but not least, was the perfect example of what a church mother should be. On Tuesday, April 10, 2007, in the quietness of her bedroom, she peacefully ended a glorious, fruitful life on earth and entered into glory with her Heavenly Father. She was preceded in death by: her daughter, Sonya Denise Guion Dixon. She is cherished in memory by: her husband, Chairman Deacon Robert Lee Guion, Sr.; children, Robert Guion, Jr. and wife, Alfreda, Ervin L. Guion and wife, Barbra and Diana L. Guion; grandchildren and great grandchild whom she raised like her very own, Katorya L. Bush and husband, Reginald, Yashika L. Sanders a.nd husband, Jermaine, Ay'yashia Dixon and Jeffery R. Haynes; grandchildren, Robert Ll Guion, III, Andrea L. Dixon, Laquandra M. Guion, Jakinya I. James, Tierra S. Guion, Terameka Worthy, Andrew J. Dixon, Jr., Danielle Williams, De'vonya L. Guion; great grandchildren, Kyshariah A. Dixon, Demondra L. Fisher, AI'K waun T. Dixon, Jordin M. Robinson, Tyiun L. Ingram, Kaewon Worthy, A'sondra N. Bush, Reginald R. Bush, Jr., Reg'giejha N. Brown, Kadence C. Riley, Alexander S. Guion, and A'Sonya J. Shabazz; brothers, James Shaw of Jacksonville, Sam Shaw (Katherine) of Plant City; sisters, Ossie Wade, Virginia Murphy and Mary Lee, all of New Jersey, Janie O'Neal of Plant City; brother-in-law, Willie Guion (Elaine), Horace Guion (Daisy), all of Tampa, Rudolph Guion (Lois) of Plant City, Theodore Guion (Pert) of Jacksonville; Jessie Guion of Orlando; sister-in-law, Elnora Holsondolph, Patricia Baker, all of Quitman, Georgia, Katherine Lee, Eloise Williams of Starke; godchildren, Elder James Griffin (Shirley), Tammy Brunson (Carlton), Robert McDonald (Gloria), Curline Smith (Rodney), Natasha Thomas, Jeremy Jackson, India Bradford; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The wake will be held Friday from 6-8 p. m. at Greater New Hope Church, 709 N. Park Road, Plant City, Minister Calvin Callins, Pastor. CHARLOW FUNERAL CHAPEL. Eastside Funeral Home, Inc. Founded On Fnith Dee. R. L S'OwMn DeL E. Thorpe. Ill (813) ll4 (813) ll9l531 Fax 2301 N. Nebraska Ave ., Tampa, Fl Eastsidefh@yahoo.com 0\'ER 75 YEARS OF SERVICE Family Owned & Operated verett-Derr & Anderson Funeral H.., . ,_, 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 We Offer Cremation --Personalized Funeral Services --Shipping 813-237-5775 We provide affordable with /11 lliKh Standard.\ ,,ith a Funeral Service. Funeral Chapel JJ 0 Texas, Alice Mills Robusky, }< Sheil a Mills ,Jones, :t> Jacquelyn Mills Brown "C (Garry), and Carlos JJ Williams (Edith) of Tampa; aunts and uncles, D'elores 1\) Harpool (Ernest), Mary 0 Hargis, Linell McCaskill 1\l (James), and Rosette g Ed wards of Tallahassee, Napoleon Mills (Shirlene) MR. BUFORD WOODROW MILLS, SR. A celebration of life for Mr. Buford Woodrow Mills, Sr. of 2618 Lindell Avenue, will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007, at 12 noon at the New Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church, 1006 S. 50th Street, Tampa, with Pastor Alec F. Hall, officiating, and Reverend Harry Cloud of Quincy, eulogist. Interment will follow in the Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Buford was born November 11, 1940, in Tallahassee, to Namon and Idell Mills. He is a 1959 graduate of Middleton High School. After serving in the United States Navy, he began working for Schiro Brothers and Weyand Foods. He retired from Weyand Foods after 28 years of service. Buford was also a coach for the Tampa Eagles Football team of the Florida Youth Football Conference for many years as well as an avid bowler with numerous bowling leagues. Buford was a loving, quiet, caring and gentle man. He loved life, his family (especially his grandchildren), and his friends. His hearty laughter and humorous stories touched many and he will be greatly missed. Loving him and cherishing his memories are: his loving and devoted wife of 43 years, Barbara Davis Mills; his loving children: Buford W. Mills, Jr., Valencia Mills Lopez (Ben), Donna Mills Douglas (Jermaine) of Tampa, and of Bradenton, Emma Edwards of Dayton, Ohio, Bertha Edwards, Catherine Gainous, Lola Mae Neal and Leslie Ward of Tampa; nieces and nephews, Monique Mills, Tallahassee, Altelio Moragne (Dionne), Jason Robusky, Winston Jones, Phillip Guest, Victor Mills, Maurice Green, and Latasha Brown, Tampa, Christopher Mills and Kimberly Sanders (Kendell) of Dallas, Texas, and Patrick Mills of Los Angeles, California; neighbors and friends, Larsenna Dixon, Jesse and Elder Michelle Patty, Dudley and Debra Hearn, the Battles, Clarence and Carol Cotton, Elder Arthur Green, Jr., Damien Green, Gale Green, Cynthia Flowers, Robert and Louise Bradley, Reverend Clifford and Gladys Tyson, Weyand Foods family, Tasha McMillan, Patricia Robinson, Emily McMillan, Artramease McMillan, and the Douglas family; neighbors of 15th Avenue and Lindell Avenue; and a host of cousins, grand nieces and nephews, and other family members and friends. Buford was preceded in death by: his daughter, Christina Nicole Mills; sister, Gwendolyn Beverly Mills; and father and mother in-law, Charles and Mary Lou Davis. The family will receive loved ones at the Eastside Funeral Home from 5:30-7:30 p. m. on Friday, April 20, 2007. The repast will be held in the G. E. Edwards Chapel of the New Saint Matthew Church following interment. The funeral cortege will arrange from 2618 Lindell Avenue. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a. m. for the celebration of life services on Saturday. AN EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME SERVICE. Monica Mills (Isaac) of r-------------, Greenville, North Carolina; -FamliiOtmed andOfTJP'ffJffld-grandchildren, Angelique L. Lopez, Tallahassee, ... ..-! .... Jennifer N. Lopez, Layla J. 1 Howard, Jermaine L. D 0 u g 1 as' J r Sharma i n-e t-1211117011118w.E ... Driloj. Mart111111in .. Luth., ... K.ina,,.Jrll.. B1111vd ..... 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1""-0 0 C\1 0 'C\1 ...J a: a. = w c w ::c en :J m a. z iii ...J ...J m ..J w z i= z w en .a: 0 ..J LL MOTHER MARY ALICE NELSON A life celebration for Mother Mary Alice Nelson of 3502 Libby Loop, who passed away Saturday, April 14, 2007, will be held Saturday morning, April 21, 2007, at 11 a. m. from Bible Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, 8718 North 46th Street, with the Rev. Dr. Earl B. Mason, Sr., Ph.D., pastor, Pastor Dwight Brown, Sr., Faith & Truth Revealed Ministries, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mother Alice Nelson was born February 5, 1945, in Tampa, to Mother Alice Brown and the late Louie Cromartie. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from the University of South Florida Nursing School as a Licensed Practical Nurse and was employed with the Whisper Springs Oaks Nursing Home. Mother Nelson was affiliated with the Holiness Church of Jesus In Unity. She leaves to cherished memories: a loving-daughter, Marilyn R. Powell; 2 sons, Louie P. Cromartie, Brian A Nelson; a devoted mother, Mother Alice D. Brown; sister, Pastor Ophelia House and husband, James; 4 brothers, Minister Beaufort A Brown, Jr., and wife, Babarah, Samuel L. Brown and wife, Sheena, Minister Eddie A. Brown and wife, Linda, and. Minister Dwight D. Brown and wife, Samantha; devoted friend, Ali Jafar; brother-in-law, Kenneth Andrews; 19 grandchildren, Jerald Parham, Celestino Baldivia, William Powell, Darius Cromartie, Robert Cromartie, Antonio Cromartie, Louie P. Cromartie, II, Deandre Cromartie, Jahmari Cromartie, Tyyanna N. Walker, Mary A. Cromartie, Louvena Cromartie, Mariana Baldivia, Tamara Baldivia, D'evena Mills, Quedirah Cromartie, Angelica Cromartie, Louniesha Cromartie, Gabrielle Cromartie; 9 great grandchildren; aunt, Dorothy Brown of Lake City, S.C.; nieces, Alice Williams and husband, Chris, Tonya Andrews, Clementina Brown, II, Briahna Brown, Jan'ce Brown; nephews, James. R. House, Anthony House and wife, Adrienne, Prophet Dwayne House and wife, Katrina, Tony House, Alejandro House and wife, Katrina Kenneth Andrews, Jr., Beaufort Brown, III, Brandon Brown, Samuel E. Brown, Terrence Brown, Eddie Brown, II, Dwight Brown, II, Derek Brown; special cousins, Victoria White and husband, Willie, Darlene Hopkins and husband, Michael, Betty Joe Williams and husband, Rev. Frank Williams, Willie Mae Lacey, the Rookers and Gilbert families, the Hudson family, the Woodard family, devoted family friends, Woodrow Simmons and wife, Juanita, George Cooper and wife, Katrina, Sis. Ruby Ghostin, Rebbi Jacobs and husband, Charles, Margaret Jones, Lena Mae Huff, Olivia, Elaine, Edith Washington and husband, Elder Washington, Plant City, Francine Jones, Pastor Alberta Williams and Deacon Williams, Valda,. Whisper Spring Oaks, and a host of other great nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The visitation for Mother Mary Alice Nelson will be held Friday, April 20, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. at Feith & Truth Revealed Ministries, 5012 Avenue. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY on Saturday The funeral cortege will leave from 1708 E. 29th Avenue on Saturday, April 21, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. Services and arrangements by EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. qfory Punera{ Cliape . Of St. CFeters6urg ._-' f . . Proudly 1 ttear:Jlnniversary tiC fM.emona{ Cefe6ratwn Sunday, }lpri{29, 2007 4lP. 9t1.. CBethef.Community CBaptist Cliurcli .. --29oJ..:54'")lvenue Soutli, St. c.Peters6urg I This celebration is for anyone who has lost a loved one. We are excited to host an event that will uplift and touch the heart of the community. :With a host of poetry, songs, dance, counseling .. and represent.-tives from health organlzation s,. we plan to enhance and educate you with valuable You can participate in sewing the memorial quilt a"'l'd by providing a picture of your loved for the slide show. I I c For more information, please call (727) 323-8132 . We fooijorwara to seeing you tlierel MR. KEITH FELIX HOWELL Funeral services for Mr. Keith Felix Howell will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2007, 11 a. m., at Harmon Funeral Hone, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with a local minister, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Keith Felix Howell was born in Soperton, GA, on December 14, 1957, to Earlene Howell and Ralph Watley. In 1958, an infant at this time, he moved to Winter Park, to reside with his great aunt the Late Vera Scott. He was educated in the public schools of Orange County. During the latter years of his life, Keith relocated to Tampa. He was employed as a longshoreman for the Longshoreman Association Local and remained as a permanent resident. Although he had no church home, he maintained his own personal relationship with God. He was preceded in death by: father, Ralph Watley; brothers, Gary Howell, Lynis Howard, and Alexander Shivens. Keith leaves to cherish his memories: daughter, Marquencea HowellShanks (Keron) of Tampa; sons, Keylon Smith-Howell and Stephen Howell of Orlando; mother, Earlene Howell; devoted mother, Carol Smith-Howell of Orlando; grandmother, Naomi Goings of Soperton, GA; grandsons, DaQuan Jonesia of Tampa, JaQuaivis, Zavion and Dylon Smith of Orlando; 9 sisters, Shirle.y Little of Tampa, Joanne Adams (Albert) of Orlando; Linda Howell of Tampa; Sonya Baldwin (Nathaniel), Debra Mincey (Jerome) of Soperton, GA, Fran Howard of Dublin, GA, Chandra Taylor, Aletha Rahming 'or Orlando, Carolyn Har.den and Angela Harris (Van) of Soperton, GA; 7 brothers, Darren Jones (Rhonda) of Atlanta, GA; Vincent Howard, Thaddeus Howard of Tampa, Ralph Watley, Jr. (Susie), Terry, Wayne and Perry Watley of Soperton, GA; committed companion, LaShon Dowdell of Tampa; and a host of loving nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. Visitation fqr Mr. Keith Felix Howell will be held on this Friday evening, 6-8 pm, at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street., Tampa. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 am. A HARMON BURIAL John Harmon III, LFD and James Harmon, LFD. MR. JOHNNY HAYESJR. A graveside service will be held today, Friday, April 20, 2007, at 1 p. m. with Elder Michelle B. Patty, officiating. The interment following the service. Visitation was held at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel on last Evening. Mr. Hayes was born in Tampa, on August 26, 1954, to the late Johnny L. and Alma Hayes, who preceded him in death. He attended public schools of Hillsborough County. Mr. Hayes leaves to cherish his memories of his love: a son, Johnny L. Hayes, III; brothers, Alvin Pimento and wife, Evora, Felton Hayes and wife, DeeAnna, and Wendell Hayes of Atlanta; sister, Patricia Mather; 6 nieces, Angel and husband, Darrick Fullwood, Cherie and husband, Bryant Bethune, Katina Mathis, Imani Hayes, Kolanda Mathis, and !mara Hayes; 4 nephews, Wesley Hayes, James Ford, Amiri Hayes, and Alvin Pimento, Jr. of Dayton, Ohio; and a host of other relatives and friends. Family and friends will gather at the home of Patricia Mathis 3008 N. Star Street. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE; Mr. Harold Jones, Owner. .. I . 1 ;n REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Pride" 4115 E. Hanna Tampa 33110 Spaces Monuments Markers .DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 MR. MICHAEL TYRONE WALLACE (FISH) A homegoing celebration l\'lr/.Michael; Tyrone Wa'llace -(Fish) of 2913 15th Street, who passed away on Saturday, April 14, 2007, will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2007, at Living Faith Assembly of God, 5500 Sligh Avenue, at 11 a. m., with Pastor Malcolm Burleigh, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Michael was preceded in death by: his grandparents, Mr. And Mrs. John Shuler; and his mother, Mary J. Wallace. He leaves to cherish his memory: 2 loving sons, Michael, Jr. and Marcus Wallace; and a loving daughter, Michale Wallace, all of Tampa; ex-wife, . Margaret Ann Mobley; brother, Eugene Shuler and wife, Theresa; sister, Carolyn Lundy; 2 nephews, Allen Canady, Jr., andfriend, Zuandra, and Alex Canady; 4 nieces, Toyka and Erika Shuler, Merita and Crystal Canady; good friend in Christ, Steve McCall and wife, Carla; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to meet at Living Faith Assembly of God, 5500 E. Sligh Avenue at 10:45 a.m. Visitation will be held at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, on Friday, April 20, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE; Mr. Harold. Jones, Owner. local news education ": bUsiness t.::-1bealth:-... l .family ... in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 ... J J has provided the highest standai".CL in funeral services for ove( 70 years. ." .. Ray Wlll lams Home .& Northam, Owners :. ,, . 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, .fL 33606 -:' 1 Ph: Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms"ij.n et

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MS.,TEMEKA SHERILL FLUCKER Ms. Tameka Sherill Flucker of 3007 N. 42nd Street, passed away Friday, April 13, 2007. Fune-ral services will be conducted Saturday, April 21, 2007, at 2 p. m. at College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, with Elder Charles Davis, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Ms. Flucker was a native of Tampa. She was a graduate of Barstow High School, Barstow, California. and Florida Memorial College, Miami. She was a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ and was employed as a Reading Teacher at Middleton High School. Tameka was preceded in py: her brother, Freddie Flucker Jr.; grandmothers, Thomasina Anderson and Lula Mae Johnson; great grandmothDorothy Daniels and Rebecca Lust and uncles, Buford Clemmons, Curtis Lumpkins and James Sheppard. She leaves to cherish her memory: a son, Jason Flucker Williams; proud parents, Elder Freddie and Sharon Flucker; gr.andparents, Charlie and Roxie Flucker, James and Amy Stallworth and Erma Stallworth; sisters, La Wanda (JefO Johnson, 'Alvatina Shawn Flucker, Lavette Fl'ucker and Katrina Flucker; aunts, Gloria Green, Winnifred Reese, Betty Sheppard, -Elizabeth Lumpkins, Althea Hinds,'. Tammie (Mark) (Ike) Agbasi and TrJtcy (',l'ommy) Jobnson; (Carolyn) Johnson, Wlllie Lewis Johnson, Elijah Lumpkins and Johnnie Lumpkins; special cousin, Melissa Bernard and a host of cousins nieces, nephews, godchildren, other rela-tives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, April 20, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N Howard Avenue and the family, will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Owners. DEACON JOE NATHAN GREEN Deacon Joe Nathan Green of 3521 River (lrove Drive passed away Monday, April.16, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, April 24, 2007, at 2 p.m. at Mount Calvar;-y S. D. A. Church, 311t' E. Wilder Avenue, with Dr. Patrick E. Vincent, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Green was a native of Plant City, and a resident of Tampa for 50 years. He was a graduate of Marshall High School, Plant City. Deacon Green was a member of Mt. Calvary SDA Church and retired as an Operator II from the Physical Plant of Tampa General Hospital. He leaves to cherish his memory: sons, Tyrone Green of New York City, NY, Michael L. Green, Jerome L. Green, both of Tampa, and Edwin N. Gr.een and wife, Lesa of Sicklerville, NJ; three granddaughters, Jennifer L. Greeu of Tampa, Latasha M. Green and LaKitsha D. Green both of New York City, NY; four grandsons, Quintin Green, Austin 'Green, Braeden Green, all of Sicklerville, NJ, and Timo,hy T. Green of New York City, NY; four broth-. ers, Willie Green, Cornelius Green and wife, Josie, David Green and wife, Ermalene and Tony Green and wife, Gail, all of Plant City; six sisters, Annie Bell Sims, Virgie Lee Green, Betty Mae Rahming, Flossie Milton, Jnnnie M. Green, all of Plant City, and Lola Mae White and I husband, Kernal of Japksonville; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose t from 4-8 p. m:; Monday, 'April 23, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The funeral cortege will arrange form 3521 River Grove Drive at approxi-. mately 1l15 p m. on Tuesday, April24, 2007. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THEEULOGY. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. FUNERALS MR. JOHN WESLEY CHATMAN Homegoing services for Mr. John Wesley Chatman of 8210 N. Florida Avenue, Apt. 342, Tampa, who passed away on Friday, April 13, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007, at 1 p. m. at New Progress M. B. Church, 3307 Shadowlawn Street, Tampa, Rev. E. J. Williams, pastor, and Rev. C. R. Batchelor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue. He was preceded in death by: his son, Willie Lee Chatman, Jr.; father, Willie Lee Chatman, Sr.; mother, Violar Chatman; 2 brothers, Julius Chatman and Albert Chatman; and sister, Essie Mae Washington. Mr. John Wesley Chatman leaves to cherish his memories and celebrate his life: daughter, Eura Ann Chatman; 4 grandchildren, Willie Lee Chatman, III, Trishonda Butler, Kimmye Butler and Brianna Butler; brother, Leroy Chatman and wife, Gloria; 2 sisters, Minnie Lee Grant and husband, Billie, and Eura Dean Bell; 2 sisters-in-law, Florence Chatman and Alma Chatman; brother-inlaw, Charlie Washington; aunt, Ella Grier of Pariot, Georgia; special cousin, Joseph Chatman of Tampa, Annie Bell Sutton of East Orange, New Jersey, Evelyn Granger of East Orange, New Jersey, and Zepperine Bell of Miami; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. Visitation for Mr. John Wesley Chatman will be held on Friday, April 20, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45 p. m. at New Progress Missionary Baptist Church, 3307 Shadowlawn St., Tampa. Arrangements and services entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, Edward W. Stone, Jr., L. F. D. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITONAL SERVICE" Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers MS. LORAJ. LINDSEY Funeral services for Ms. Lora J. (Princess) Lindsey of 3920 Deleuil Avenue, who passed away Sunday, April 15, 2007, at Melech Hospice House, Temple Terrace, will be held Saturday, April 21, 2007; at 10 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Dexter McCree, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Lora leaves to cherish loving memories: her loving and devoted son, Micheal Eugene Dexter, Jr.; sister, Mrs. Laura Freeman; great aunt, Mrs. Mary Dillard; nieces, Mrs. Janice Freeman Bolden and Mrs. Linda Freeman Calhoun; great nieces, Miss Ashley Suttle, Jada Calhoun, Jasmine Bolden and Kierra Calhoun; companion, Mr. Charles Robinson; and many other relatives and friends. Lora was preceded in death by her son, Jordan Marquis Lindsey. Lindsey was born March 28, 1963, in Seminole County, Georgia, to the late Mrs. Annie Jo Lindsey and the late Mr. Sidney Lindsey, Jr. She was educated -in the Seminole County schools in Donalsonville, Georgia. She received her Associates' Degree at Remington College in Computer Network. She gave her life to Christ at an early age. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, April 20, 2007, at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked tO-assemble at the funeral }Jome t approximately 9:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON MRS. AUDREY MAYO COLLINS Homegoing services for Mrs. Audrey Mayo Collins of 2906 E. Lake Avenue, who passed away on Monday,' April 16,' 2007, at Melech Hospice House, will be held this evening (Friday, April 20, 2007) at 8 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Rev. Bob Lyons, Pastor of Covenant Cathedral Church, officiating. CrematioQ will follow. Mrs. Collins was preced-., ed in death by: her sister rBarbara Jean Broadnex 0 Dyson; and husbands, :a James $trong and Burdell C Collins. )> She leaves to cherish memories of her: a devoted Z son, Ronald Strong; 3 ::::! nephews, Craig Dyson Z (Candance) ofWaldrof, MD, p! Alvin Dyson (Michelle) 6:J Washington, DC, and c Robert Lee Allen (Judy) of rMiami; cousins, Mrs. Tina J;i Odom and son, Michael, -t Land Mrs. Selena Z Miles (Chester), Alma "'D Oglesby (Jimmy), Oliver C Mayo, Irene Floyd,-Gloria Jean Sterrex, Carrie CJ) Sterrex and Claritha ::z:: Cotman, Dale Morgan, m Evelyn Brookins; longtime C friends, Lenora Brady, m Brenda Bryant and rii Cleophus Jackson; and :a many other relatives and -< friends. Mrs. Audrey M. Collins m was born on September 30, CJ) 1929, to the late Lottie N. C Broadnex and Robert ?< Broadnex in Tampa. She )> lived in Steubenville, Ohio Z for a number of years C before returning to Tampa "11 in 1969. She was a graduate of g Middleton s..-. High School, < Class of 1947. Mrs. Collins retired from -Sulphur Springs Elementary School 1 aJ!d the City of'Tampa n Recreation Departlbent. !I Mrs: Coll.ins was a faithful member of Covenant Cathedral Church. -' Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 7:45 p.' m. Friday. "A WILSON SERVICE" .. Subscribe 'fodav! .. "The "Voice of Our Community ., for Itself Call: 813 248-1921

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"' 0 0 N 0 N -1 a: a. <( >=' <( 0 a: LL. 0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 en w ::) 1-> a: w > w 0 w ::z:: en :::i m ::) a. z _, _, ::) m ..:. w z w en c( c a: g u.. IN MEMORIAM SHIRLEY SIMPSON Sunrise: April 21 Sunset: September 5 SHIRLEY SIMPSON Sunrise: April 21 Sunset: September 5 Mom, it seems like yesterday you departed from us. But, we know that you're a lily in the valley right now shining bright as a morning star. We just wanted to acknowledge you on your special day. Happy birthday Mama! Love always, your kids, Regina, Punkin, Mike, and 3 grandkids. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. JAMES YOUNG 'BLIND MAN' APRIL 19, 1934 -APRIL 14, 2006 WJ'o eve"rything there i8 a Beason, a time {or every purpose under heaven.,. Ecclesiastes 3:1. On April 14, 2007, we remembered you and .all the blessings you brought to our lives. It has been one year since you went home to be with-the Lord. We know God had a better plan for yo\rt' life, but we want you to know, we still celebrate you in all that we do. We miss your laughter, your smile, seeing you sitting in your favorite spot, and all the "Get to Getting" sayings you would always use. We miss you dearly, James. Love, your wife, Rena Mae; your children, Phyllis, Morris, Jerry, Willie (Punkin), O'Jay and spouses, your grandchildren, great grandchildren, and a host of family mem. bers and friends. We would also like to send out a special thanks to: St. J "oseph's Hospital staff, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, HOSPICE, Ybor City Nursing Home staff, family and friends for your continued "thoughts and prayersthroughout the past year. We really appreciate you. Young Family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. JAMES YOUNG "BLIND MAN'' APRIL 19, 1934 On your birthday, we remember you and the life we shared together. May you rest in peace, James: In loving memory: your wife, Rena Mae; children, Phyllis, Morris, Jerry, Willie (Punkin), O'Jay and spouses, your grandchildren, great grandchildren, family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DRUCILLA. .. SUTTON To my loving 'mother, I want to wish you. a belated happy birthday. You wlll never be forgotten. From your one and only loving daughter, Jowanna. MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM TAURUS (CHUBB) JUNE 30, 1974-APRIL 17, 2006 It has been a year since God called you home. We've cried many of night, but yet we've held on. You left us beautiful memories to remember you by. God knows best, so we don't ask why. Instead we rejoice because you are in a better place. We promise to keep your memory alive through God's mercy and grace. Loving you always and forever: brother, Eric; mother, Denese; wife, Alrecia; kids, Tashambronique, Taurus, Jr. and Tevin; along with the rest of the family. OUR BELOVED MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER AGNES MCMILLAN DOYLE Sunrise: June 25, 1900 Sunset: April 24, 2001 Days are forgotten but memories never cease. In loving memory of our beloved. It's been 6 years, but somehow it seems like only yesterday. Sadly missed by all of your family . SUPPORT THE FLOR I DA I SE N TINEL BULLET IN AD V ERT I SERS IN REMEMBRANCE EVANGELIST EMMA LEE CARPENTER Emma-Lee "The Legend." May the work I've done speak for me!! Operation Legacy Emma-Lee!! Acts 1:8. "Ole Is Alive" 2007. A "Bucified" Angel... "The Voice of Our Convuunity Speaking for ( 813) 248-1921 Sometimes the people who need to pay their respects most are the ones who cant. Until now. .. :. : .; .......... Smd condolmcrs Send jlowtTS Rtad obituaries Vr'w photos Muchmore dn::uirisf.mces ::. :. it impossible ro attend a 1o-.id >: ::r pleased to' Offer you another way to share your con dolerx:es. From virtual actual Roral amingt.mei'lts, -mit us online and we11 help y0u send the thoughts and final wishes yoti Would w.mted to offer. in . .-w -ww--. W1. -1s_ o n _ fu ne r alhome.com .: FUNERAL HOI'tiE 3000 N. 29th St Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3359. (813) 248-6125. f I

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MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM SIS. ALTAMESE .. MYERS Sunrise: 8-15-1944 Sunset: 4-23-2006 Mommy, even though it's been a year, you're with us spiritually everyday. Our hearts are broken and we love you and miss you dearly. Your children, Stephanie, Darryl and Ronda, your grands and great grands, family and friends. ALLENKWILDER 10/27/23-4/1190 ". .. z In ioving m"emo;y !lf iny dear husbjind; who God called home 17 years It seems like only yesterday. Sadly missed by wife, Sarah; brother, children and grands, . :.-: ; -IN MEMORY OF IN MEMORIAM ELDER WILLIE C. PHILON,SR. April18, 2005 Sadly missed, but not forgotten by those who love you very much. Your wife, Dorothy J. Philon and children. IN MEMORIAM We love you, we miss you. The Smiley family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER, GIIIANDMOTHER, GREAT GRANDMOTHER, SISTER, AND WIFE MRS. GENEVA .-O'NEAL -Hirth: July 6, 1935 Called Home To Glory: 20, 2003 . .. Safel;y Home MRS.'Mi'i'TIE TABOR; In heaven dear : . i . '?' .ones; oh ao happy and .so Mother; we .mtu you ... W& bri1htl There -is perfect joy wtil always cherish yo'ur beauty In this everlast-' inelnoey. 1 :e, !ng lilht. When your work as all completed, He will Green,. Theresa:J>ehincy, _1ently call you home; oh! Lois .Leek and Beatrice the rapture of the meetin1, Rodriguez. . .. ... oh, the Joy t9 Jlee you come! },. 't-. .. We love you Mom t' # ...... .... ''I MR. JAMES TAURENCE DAVIS, SR. Sunrise: April 21, 1980 Sunset: July 28, 2001 There has been much sorrow, but we thank God for helping us to bear. We love you and miss you. Mother, Mattie Davis; daddy, Roy; and family; sisters, Cheryl, Rhonda, Kim, Liara; brother, Christopher Davis. IN LOVING MEMORY MOTHER LEOLA MCRAE JONES July 25, 1921-April 19, 2004 Death is one thing that always breaks the human heart into many painful pieces. When it comes, it never leaves us the same, in fact, it leaves us with a cavity in our hearts. Our loss was really heaven' s gain. Deeply missed by your family. Seiltlnelfulletin "The Voice . of .' Our Community Speaking for Itself" 813) 248-1921 IN MEMORIAM MANSON JOHNSON 1925-1983 Forever loved and missed. Your wife, Susie Johnson; children and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM EDITH UNDERWOOD In memory of your birthday. From the Corbett, Hitchcock, Fairclough, Underwood and Bloo.m family. IN MEMORY OF ''What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal" -Albert Pike. On the 8th anniversary of the death of Nathaniel Preston, we remember him for his love, faith and strength. He continues to be, "The Wind Beneath Our Wings." Natalie and Jacqueline Preston. IN LOVING MEMORY. DEACON NATHANIEL PRESTON, JR. 2/23/30-4/21/99 CARD OF THANKS ELLA MAE :II c }< l> :II r= 1\) p 1\) 0 0 .._, r-0 :IJ 6 l> en m z -4 z m r:m c: r r-!!I z c: m r-cn :::t m c m < m :IJ < -4 c: m .. en c ':r> z c "11' :IJ 6 )i!' < MR. OZIE LEE HORTON 8/18 /32 to 4/28(06 \ . Our family Would like to . .. ,.., r take this tline to say. 'thank Our. hearts .ate stUI you' for all aqta t)f kindness heavy, but we k now God rendered during our time, d f*tak bereavement. Your oesn't. m(\ke m ea. we pray ers, words of .consola love you. . , : Wife, Daisy Hortdn; chll-"tion, cards, flowers, 'teledren, 1rands 1reat. phone visits _and grands. . other gesture, ,. ; ,., were peat _ :... May God bless each, of 'l . . LaRhonda. . c -. : SUPPORT ADVERTISERS. .

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c a: LL 0 z <( 0 tn w ::::) t-w > w c w ::z: tn ::J m ::::) n. z ..1 ..1 ::::) m I ..1 w z t= z w tn <( c a: 0 ..1 LL <( I N N w 0 ===:= CARDS OF THANKS ==: CARD OF .THANKS MATTIEP. 'PERKINS' SHIGGS The family of the late Mattie P. "Perkins" Shiggs would love to give a heartfel t thanks to everyone who shared .in the celebration of Mattie's homegoing. We deeply appreciate your prayers, cards, food, kind thoughts and support, and all of your gifts of love. Special thanks to: Pastor Mark Jones and wife, Lisa of The Center for Manifestation, Rev. Dr. James Donald of Killeen, TX, Pastor Leslie Williams Qf Christ Bethlehem Church in Tampa, and Aikens Funeral Ho me. We did not lose a wife, mother, grandmother, etc. God brought His angel home. CARD OF THANKS BRO. CLARENCE WI LLIAMS The family of the late Bro. C larence Willi"ams would like to express their appreciation for the wonderful words of encouragement, prayers, food, monetary donations and various acts of kindness shown to the family during their time of bereavement. Special thanks to the church family of Allen Temple AME Church, Pastor Willie Cook and St. Paul AME Church. Pastor Bryant Fayson, and staff of LifePath Hospice Coral Team (Ms. Yasmine and Ms. Shirley) and Interim Healt h Care (Mrs. Petra), for their professional care and encouraging attitudes. God bless! THANK YOU Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. Do n o stand at my grave and cry, I n ot. there, I did not die . When you wake in the morning hush, I am the swift, uplifting rUBh. Of quiet birds in circling (light, I am. the soft starlight at night. By Mary Frye. The family of Brother Harold Thomas, Jr., expresses its profound gratitude to Dr. C. P Epps and the Mt. Olive Church family, Rev. Harold Thomas, Sr. and the St. John M. B. Church of Dade City, Harmon Funeral Home, and friends and coworkers and a family for all acts of kindness rendered during the illness HAROLD THOMAS, JR. and demise of Brother Harold Thomas, Jr. Your gestures will never be forgotten. May God bless all of you. The family. -IIIIIEI7.1111111 IHII-1111111 Find You A Corner And Malle Qalck Monev In 1 Ceuple 01. Hears I .... Clll -,L .... ., SUI $2&.11 .r:"'" SDI.II S1DD.II 22072111 AVI. TIRIPI, Fl 33805 18131 248 Ex-Con Indicted In Fatal CNN Center Shooting ATLANTA, Georgia-An ex-con who spent several years in prison for a fatal robbery was indicted Tuesday on murder charges in the fatal shooting two weeks ago at the CNN headquarters complex. Prosecutors did not say whether they would seek the death penalty against Arthur Mann for the April 3 slaying of his ex-girlfriend, 22-yearold Clara Riddles. They plan to meet with her family within the next few weeks to discuss sentencing options. Mann, 39, is charged in the indictment with murder, felony murder, kidnapping with bodily injury, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony Man Shoots, Kills Wife He Thought Was 'Intruder' CLAYTON COUNTY Clayton County police say a husband shot and killed his wife after he thought she was a burglar. The shooting happened Tuesday at the Ashford at Stoneridge Apartments on Flat Shoals Road. Police say 60-year-old Horace Henry thought someone was breaking into his home and fired a shot through the door. He ended up hitting his wife in the neck. 56-year-old Andrea Henry died at Grady Memorial Hospital. "Just tragic and unfortunate," said Deputy Chief Tim Robinson. "The husband thought he was being burglarized and when the door opened slightly, he fired one round between the crack striking the wife in the neck." Police say their investigation is continuing but they say it seems like a horrible accident. Horace Henry has not been charged. ARTHUR MANN and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to the district attorney's office. The indictment says Mann confronted Riddles at her job at a hotel attached to the CNN Center and dragged her by her hair to an escalator. When she tried to resist, he shot her twice, prosecutors A CLASSY AFFAIR said. Riddles died at a hospital. was shot by a security guard and has been recover ing. Records show Mann has an extensive criminal record, including convictions in Florida for car theft and sex with a minor. He also has a murder conviction in Florida for killing someone while committing a robbery, records show. He was sentenced to 10 years for the murder but served only four. According to Riddles' employer and a police statement, Riddles lived in College Park, a suburb south of Atlanta. A police spokesman has said she had lived for a time with Mann in Fairburn but did not live with him at the time she was killed. 365 DAYS BLACK HISTORY COMMUNITY SOUL DINNER PROGRAM Date of Event : Wednesday, April 25, 2007 Time of Event : 8:00-8:00 P.M. Place of Event : Young's Gymnasium Please join the MetLif"e Foundation and Young Middle Magnet School of" Math, Science. and Technology as we present a Black History play written, produced, and directed by Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks ..... .Children,, -RSVP by Tuesday, April24 at 4:00P.M. to any ofthe contacts listed below. fv1aximum 3 guests CONTACT PERSONS: Dr. Julia BarnesCoordiantor 272-2293i 9S9-3359 Mrs. Zelena 0' Banner 276-5739 '. Mrs. Janice Farmer "276-5739 -Dr. Angela D. Oliver, Principal ..

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CR I ME NEWS First Grader Finds Crack Cocaine In dacket Pocket Tampa Police are investi gating who placed 89 grams of crack cocaine in a first grader's pocket that subsequently ended. up at his school. Officials at Forest Hills Elementary School called Tampa Police Wednesi:lay about a 7-year-old who brought the drugs' ,to the school. When found the drugs, he notified his teacher. Detectives deter mined the child had $8,900 worth of crack cocaine in his jacket pocket in two clear plastic sandwich bags. principal at the school didn't. However, this is not the first time Forest Hills' principal Sandra Thr,ower has had to deal with drugs at her school. About 10 years ago when she was principal at Dale Mabry Elementary School, a group of 4th graders were caught handing out powdered cocaine. In that incident, students 9 to 12 years old were involved and police found 0.1 ounces of cocaine worth about $300. An student was accused of distributing five packets of powdered cocaine to his classmates. Five of the children involved faced intent to deliver cocaine. All six students involved in that case were reassigned to an alternative school. The child from Forest Hills Elementary lives in the Sulphur Springs area, and has 5 siblings. When his mother's name was pulled up on the Sheriffs website, it was discovered she had an extensive drug related arrest record. No charges have been field at this time and school offi cials say the child will not be disciplined. Although the Department of Children and Families was School District spokesper son Linda Cobbe said it's sad the child knew what the drugs were, but the assistant cocaine possession charges. contacted the boy remains The sixth faced a charge of, with his family. Suspect Fatally Shoots ltis Baby's Mom CHARLES WILSON . charged with fatally shooting the mother of his 8 -month-old baby. . EDIF.SHA DANIEL 17-year-old mother shot to death inside her home. Suspect Surrenders To Pollee On Murder Warrant JIMME LEE JONES, JR. ST PETERSBURG-At 7 with Daniel, causing several ST. PETERSBURG-On a.m. :Wednesday. St. of the relatives to flee the Monday at 1 p .m. Jimmie Petersburg Police responded home Daniel's mother and Lee Jones, Jr., 34, surrento the 4 .000 block of '12th her infant remained. dered to police on a murder Avenue, South in resjxlnse to Relatives said Daniel and warrant issued by the calls of shots fired. WilsOn had been involved in Richmond County Sheriffs When police they an ongoing domestic dispute Office in Georgia. found 17 -yearold Ediesha for several weeks. Officials said the warrant Diudel dead iriside the front Police said Daniel suffered was issued after he allegedly bed.room of the residence. several gunshot wounds to shot and killed his girlfriend Daniel' shared the residence her body. in Georgia while she was with her mother, several rei-On Thursday morning, holding an 8-month-old baby. atiyes, and her 8-month-old police received. information After the shooting, Jones baby. .-; .the whereabouts of allegedly stole a truck and The suspect in tbe. shooting Wilson, and along with the fled to St. Petersburg where fled the the shoot-United State's Marshal's he was known to have family. ing, but : l\ras .ldentffied as Office, he was arrested at the Detectives recovered the Charles J. Wilson, 26. Bay Breeze Motel on 34th stolen truck for authorities in .Wilson is the father of Street, South without inci-Georgia and said Jones is Daniel's 8-month-old baby. dent. A firearm was recov receiving medical treatment According to reports, ered and Wilson was for a dislocated shoulder. Wilson came to the home charged with first-degree When Jones is released, he and got an argument murder. will be extradited to Georgia. REWARDI REWARD I Uncle Sandy Says beat 3, 7, 91 12 way out 15, 22, 26 Ia a1waya 30, 32, 38, 42 through. Refusal Of Ceii.Phone Reason For Murder Prosecutors in the trial of Leland Lenaire Johnson are saying the refusal to allow him the use of a cellular phone was the reason he allegedly shot. and killed Christina Veltri. On September 13; 2006, Veltri, 16, was in a Brandon parking lot with friends preparing to drive to Sarasota. According to police, around 1 a.m., Johnson, 19, and friends were tryjng to get money for gas when they approached Veltri and her group. Johnson requested to use a cell phone. 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Bike Week In Daytona As usual hundred s con ve r ge d on D ayto n a .Beach a few weeks ago for t h e annual Bike Week. Riders came from all over the country to b e a part of the week's events. This g r oup was d e s c rib e d as the l a r g e s t group ever. (Photographs b y Julia Jackson) Representing the Golden Hawks of Tampa were: Wayne Burt and M ike King. North Carolina bikers w e r e in Daytona for Bike Week. Everybody at Bike Week didn't ride a bike. Try this o n e out lor s ize, a $60,000 kit,. Rooster Bike. It's being admire d by other riders ... -The Ebony Riders are one ofTampa's femal e bike rider s groups. This O r l a n d o Chapte r Motorcycle Club shared their hospitality with the out-of-towners. These ladles hail from the n a t ion's capita l Washington, D.' C One even has ties to the Tampa community. The president of the group is Frankie "Torch" Tomlinson, seated. Left to right standing are: Janette "Smooth" Tillery, vice president; Darlene "Erotica Mitchell, Donette "Storm" Poulard, Yvonne "Press" P r e ssley, Tyreese "Tiger'' McAllister ( s i sterin-law of freelance photographer James McAllister) and wife o f Rodger McAllister, Kelly "Diamond" Wise, Janice "Joy" M eredith, Heidi "Germarit" McCluskey, Kay "Special K'' Pinder and Marie "Designer" Bassette. They won a trophy for the longest distance t rave l e d

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-. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS --I'm So Blessed! Happy 59th Birthday JUANITA JONES 4-:17-48 God is good to me and I'm so thankful. Thanks to my family for all the beautiful gifts Love you, Ne-Ne. BUDDYRO 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, let the count down begin. Gr-ab a bottle, light it up, get it right, before you know it, "Game over!" MRS. SABRINA ... :-;. "'' ... :'.. Happy birthday to" my :tfiancee and to our mother on her special day, enjoy your weekend. Love, B-Bad, Jaylen and Jobria. DOMINIQUE MASSEY Happy birthday wishes are going out to Ms. MeMe, who will be celebrating on 4-21-07, with family and friends at Robles Park at 3 p.m. Special shout outs for her uncle, B-Bad, 4-2-07 Love, mother, Pepper. 37th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 2007 5 P.M. Tampa, Convention Center S: FrankJin St.-Downtown Tickets: $12 per person or graftps of 10 or Gwendolyn W. Myers, President Deidre.R. Jones, General Chainnan Yvette R. Hall, Co-Chainnan For More Information (813) MS. PYT 4 22 c l< )> "'tJ :D r= N J:l N c Yes, it's my birthday. So, come out today and cele-Happy 21st birthday, brate with family and friends at Club 112. Nesha. CONSTANCE And ALGERNON BELIN -From your children and loved ones Constance L. Belin (Connie Jenkins). We would like to wish you a happy birthday. W e congratulate you on your ordination as an Evangelist and y "our first year anniversary of mar riage to your life long love, Algernon L. Belin (Slug). A three-formed cord makes perfect harmony. The lady, her lover and the Lord! April 20. LUVERN RICHARDSON Happy birthday Uncle Luvern Richardson7 4-2207 Your niece, Tonya Richardson. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call : 248-1921 For More Info Happy Birthday BLESSED r 0 :D 6 )> CJ) m z :::1 z m r I ID c:: r r m :::1 z -, c: This is my day, to be spent my way With the man who loves me, Mr. W. J. H.! Thanks for loving me, flaws and all. 0 Birthday shouts going to my sister, Tara Thomas, Kevin ffi Williams and Greg Hickman. c St Mary Missio B1qltist Churdt 1840 State Road 60 East Plant City, Florida 33567 Experienced Musician Needed m < m -t c:: m CJ) c ,.. z 0 Contemporary ISABEL Happy 65th birthday. We love you and stay young at heart. Please Contact: Rev. Shafter Scott @ (813) 245-3869 or Deacon John Shaw @ (813) 737-2604 Books For 11tought Presents... .... OMore Than A Simple Kiss0 sketches of ufe and Love -Book Signing and RB Batie Local Tanipa Bay POet. .. Celebrates The Succass Of His New Book Saturday, April 21 1 P.M: 3 P.M. Temple. Terrace VIllage Plan 10190 N. 58th Street Temple Terrace, FL 33817 (/1 (813) 988-8383 -,,n,nl ... www.booksforthought.com www.rbbatle.com ttt..e-

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. RELIGIOUS hu'rctl School He's Worthy In this week's lesson recorded in Revelation 5, John talks about a scroll. A scroll is a document that was used in the ancient days to record information and data on. Normally, the scroll would be written on only one side. If the recorder or writer wrote on both sides then it was a lot of informa tion to be recorded. A scroll is what John saw in the h ands of the person sitting on the throne in h eaven (vs. 1). He further says that it was written on both sides. To ensure its privacy and authenticity it was sealed. The content of the scroll is not known, but it is noted that it was private and confi dentiaL No one was able to read or hav e access to the information that was contained in it. The plans for your life are only known by God. If it was a scroll listing sins and misbehavior, the only person who knows what was recorded is God. This record that is in the hands of God cannot be taken by just anyone and any ordinary person does not have the authority to open it. This is one reason why individuals need to know the Word". Anybody does not have access to God's plans for your life. Be careful when you allow anybody to speak or prophesy in your life. Not only other people, but be careful about what you speak into your life. The challenge or call was made, "Who is worthy to open the scroll and loose its seals?" Is there anyone among you, worthy to take the scroll from God's hands, open it, and read it? Are you God's Side Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. Temporarily Worshipping At DoubleTree Guest Suites 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 Worship Service Sunday 9 A .M. Come Be A Part W innin g Team worthy? Who is worthy in your life? Who is worthy in your family? Out of all the people surrounding the throne, no one was worthy. That suggests then that if no one around them was worthy, then that means none of them has the powe r to influence God's plan. What do I mean? If this scroll contained a record of passed sins and shortcomings . no one, including yourself has the authority to get the scroll and open the scroll to make any changes. That means they can't put your name on the scroll and they can't take your name off of it either. Then one of the elders said to John that there was someone who was worthy to open it. This person is the Lion of Judah, and the Root of David (vs. 5). This person has triumphed! This person is Jesus! Jesus has met all require-. ments and obligations to get the scroll out of the hands of God. He was able to redeem the scroll from God. If the scroll was about sin, Jesus paid the price. If the scroll contained names of people who would not make it in, Jesus now controls the list. By Jesus becoming the ultimate sacrifice for the sins of the world, the world now has a chance to eternal life. John also saw the response of the heavenly host when they saw Jesus with the scroll (vs. 8). They worshipped and praised Him. Because we know that Jesus paid the price to get t h e scroll and open it, we s hould praise Him. Our duty and obligation is to worship the Lion of the tribe of Judah and praise the Root of David, the one who holds the scroll, and the one who is worthy. Are YOU a Sabbath Observer? Looking for a good church with a Pentecostal atmosphere. Well, Come to the BislloD 'ollnnv L. Williams Ministries (THE HOUSE OF GOD) Church: 813-248-1907 3403 N. 34th Street 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 Service Fer More lnfennatlon: 118-112-7171 Website: www.HouseoiGodJampa.en Pastor Johnny L Williams, Jr. blshopwiiiMnSt ampaQhotn!a i L com BISHOP JOHNNY WII.UAMS And Wh, LADY CALQUETTA WILUAMS Direction s: ( Hillsborough Ave I s Your Main Road) If you are coming fro m l illsbo r o u g h to 471h turn right, the chu rch will be on your ri g ht. If you U1c Wes t, t ake Hi to 47th tum left the churr.h w ill be on New Early Morning "At The Brea 7:4SA Starting Janu Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wednesday 7:30 8:30 p.m Praise & Worship Service Wednesday 8:30 9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p m. SaturdaY Pruer Service & Bible Study 10 a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 4 p.m. Teen Night friday before the 2nd Sundu 7 n p.m. 3708 E Lake Avenue Tampa FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: WWIIf_slmanhewchurch .com Emai l : rsims@lampabav.rr.com Sunday April 4P. M R E V ALEC HALL New St. Matthew M. B. Church Deacon Rober t & Sarah Barnum C h airpe rson s nA"',..'"'" J a m es Th o m ki ns C h airma n Board Of n s ::0 c )> "'C r-1\) 1\) 0 0 ...... r-0 :a c )> (/) m z -f z m r;m c rr-z "D c m r-(i) % m c m < m ::0 -< -f c m (/) c )> z c 0

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" 0 0 N 0 N ...J a: a. <( >=<( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ;:) .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::::i m ;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) .m ...:. w z i= z <( c a: 0 ..J LL m ch w a.. CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe SL REV. WILLIE J. COOK, PASTOR Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday College Hill Cllurcll Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. . Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Horning Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. First Missionarr Baptist Cllurcll TtlftDie Crest Church Of Christ Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave. REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627-03338 New FriendshiP M.B.Church 3107 E. lake Ave. 241-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Paster Weekly Activities SllldaJ Ch .. ch School 1:11 A.ll. lamlllll Warship llble Class EVIInlnU Warship 11:45 A.ll. 4:J8P.I. 5P.I. 7P.I. 7:30 P.l "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" 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 ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Eariy Homing Worship 8 a.m Sunday School 9-.30 un . Morning Worship -1G-.50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Invite You To Attend Our Services: Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Sunday School Service 9:30A.M. "'Worship Service llA.M. Pastor/Tudw 1 Adult/OIIIdren Worship Tinu 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1j;j!iillj.]!J, VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Homing Worship n a.m. Wednesd!llf Bible Study 7:30 p.m. "II Church 'l'hat Embodies lind Exemplifies Vnwndlt/onal Love" REV. JACOB WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Earty Homing Worship 8 a.m. SundQ School -9-.30 a.m. Homing Worship -11 a.m. Wednesday Evming P,..,., HMting & Bible Class 7 p.m. ST. PAUL A.M. E. CHURCH 5fltl E. llanison Strel'f NEW BEGINNING CHURCH SERVICES 7:45 A. M. Service II A. M. Service 6 P. M. Hip Hop Genre Empowerment Service Bible Study Wednesday Night at 6:30P.M. Thankful Thursday Fellowship GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th St REV. H. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! ,t;--::; "To /(npw Cluirt Afui To Make CtuW !1Jww11 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 40U W. P.._.Uo SL 87!JU51 REV. ANTHONY GREENE Pastor Sunday School 9:30A.M. Homing Worship n A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. PEOPLE POR CHRIST MUOSTRIES Florida Thursday at 12 Noon. DR. 011e Clum:lr Two Lowrimrs Main Location 10511 Main Street Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 p.m. Hurricane Gym 3715 7th Avenue East Morning Manna 9 a. m. "Bless The Lord Oh My Soul And All Thai Is Within Me" "Praise The Lord's H o l y Name" Sundu .g:e A. H. ....,. fr YOAIIItl/ Chlchn L..... ____ P:..;as::;t;:;or:...._ ___ .....J For "fr<.msportation, Call (813) 986-950 Tllt&lday n A. H. -Adult ' BROWN ;M'OMORifiL CHURCH OF GOD. IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEE/flf WORSHIP SCHEDVlE SUIICIQ SCIIOOI ..... 9:30A.M . SuiiCiav Morning wonlllll 11 A.M. . SUIICIQ -1118 WOnlllll -... ;7:30 P.M. Morlllll8 Pr.,.r .. (Tuesdu Frlday) .... 9 A.M. WIIUCiav Ntgllt Wonlllll ... P.M. wWw.l?rownlnemorialcogl c .otg )4 Ohurch Whem rhe Of God Flows "I And rhe Holt Ghost Is In Full Control."' w.dl'ladu 7 P.M. Y04IAtt/ ChldNn 7".30 P.M. Adult Fridw Noon USF Campus A S...O. C8mpus For Faith Bible lnstttut. "Growlna'IM Olurch For Glob .. CMnsle" IAcb 1:8, Aom. 1:8, 1 Thu. 1:81 PIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP COLYGI HILL 3838 North 29th Str.t, Tampa .. -. (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 .m. SimHY School 9-.45 .m. Homing Worship l45 UL For Tr.nsporhJtlon C.ll SISTER BARBARA MCGILL II 121-1155 Tu.d P,.., s.vr .. :30p.m. Bib .. 7".30 p.m. 8rot1Mrhood 1at SIIUrd Mtrons10 a.m. 'bt ad 3rd s.turdus VIlli our W.bslte or E-14 us: wwwJbcch.org lnfootbcxh.org ....... .. ........... ..... ..-.......... ......... .. The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58tfol Street, Tampa, FL 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Olurch Where EvewbodY Is Sornebocb" Eartv Morning Worship 8-9:30A.M : . \ Sundu School------9:30 A.M. :15 A.M. Morning Servtce. ........... il ... 0-''":30. A.M. Wednudu Blblti Band-. ----.... 7 P.M. Frldalf . YPWW-........ __ .;. ;.;,.:. ........... 7-8 P.M. Frldar Pastorlal P.M. DMcon DMid c. Jordln, DMcon 8oft CMinlllri Olurdl 18131121-6714 HomiJ (8131 654-1950 Fu 18131 ....... JOn; ... New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 5oth street Tampa 33619 813 242-6268 Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am sunday Morning Wmrship !i 11 ; Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible 0 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ o 7:00 pm

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_ -_---__ CHURCH DIRECTORY _ Abundant (huh Of God In (hrht 4125 Nassau St. VI. Tampa, FL 33067 (813) KAREN BARNES PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Our Weekly Order Of Service Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday FridaY 6:00 A.M. Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Corporate Prayer Everv 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P. M I h.ve come thatthe1 might h"" LIFE more ABUNDANT-lY'" St. John 10:10 Come & Hear God's Word With God's People AI ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa Fl33605 2709 N. 25th Sl (at171h Ave.). 248-6753 REV. RONALD D. MIZER, Pasllor Office Hours H-F 10am -2pm sundavs 7:45 a.m. Early Morning Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Wednesdavs 12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. PraYer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available GREATER BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH "U07 N Jefferson St., Tilmpa, FL 33602 (813) 229-1390 I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. Philippians 4:13 HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238-2213 DR. A. F. Pastor & Founder "ONE SERVICE CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE" Pastor & Founder Order Of Service: SundQ School-10 a.m. Slftfay Momii'ISII Worship Lm. Tuesdu Night 7".30 p.m. Blbt. Study 2nd Wednesdu Night 7:30 p.m. Substwlce Abuse Minlsby 3rd Wednesday Nltht 7:30 pm, Sinlla t4nbtry 4th Wednesday Nlllht 7".30 p.m. M.mq. MlnlllrY Thundu Night 7".30 p.m. Wonhlp Sen1cas friday Night 7:30 P.M. Youth Slrvka Saturday Morning T1 a.m. Sabbath Servb J 2002 N. Rome Avwtue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPIasantMB@aol.com ?Itt. 'Plea4<:Utt 'P'UUu EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM FamilY S...les Hour (B.T.O.) 6 Supper TUESDAYS t 6 PM Prayer Srvlce 7 PM Genl'81 Blbl StudY 7 PM Youth Blbl Study Put or TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPIesantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. B. Church 3910 W Laurel Street 813-872-6254 PASTOR WALLACE Z.llOWERS Sunday School -9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ll:OOA.M. Wednesday Night: P1ayer Meeting-7:00 P.M. Bihle Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon Day Prayer Noon to 1:00 P.M. mes & Evangelist Eric W. Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Study Sunday : 8 AM. Early Worship 9A5 AM. Bible School 1 0 : 45a 2nd Morn1ng Worship SpEvening Worship Wednesday : 7p-B1ble Study (all ages) Tel 813 985 5578 or Email:nchrist@tampabay rr com Laura Street Cllurcll of Cllrist e-e Wtd '14 'ACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE, SR. Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 ORDER OF SERVICES William Kerrison Minister Sundav Sunday School For All Alles 8:30 a.m. Homing B ible Stud)' ._,_, ........ 9:45 A.M. Homing Worship Service 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship Worshlp .... _._ .. T1 A .M. Evening Worship Serllke 5:00 p.m. Evening Bible Studv.-. ..... .. ......... 5 P.M. Evening WorshiP.----.............. 6 P.M. Bible Oasses For All Ages 7:00p.m Wednesdav Homing Bible Study ...... ....... ........ 10 A.M. 3817 E. Undell Aw Tempe, FL 33610 CBU) &&4&96 jhchurchold!rist@aol.com Evening Bible Studv ........................ 7 P.M. St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Church School 9:30A.M. each Sunday Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Take Progress Blvd. to S. 85th St ., tum North, go to Ash Ave.tum E follow the curve to the lett (S. 86th St.) and the church Is on the right. join Us Sundays At 11 A. M. 813-980-2483 First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 \ \\ilion .-\Hnue, Tampa, FL 33607 Sunday School... ................... 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship ............. .10:45 A.M. Prayer Service, Tuesday ........ 7:00 P.M. Bible Study, Tuesday ............. 7:30 P.M. Please .Join { s For Our \e\\ :\lid-day Worship Sen icc Every Wednesday \t 12 \oon REV. RAYFORD R-\.RPER .,.... REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS, Putor Early Morning Worship 7:55A.M. I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. Sunday Morning Worship. 9:30A.M L..-------------_,;:....__Pbili_...;p:..:pi...;ans_.:..:_ll--J Morning W.,rahlp -10:55 A.M. w.d., FmAy Night 7 P.M. DH. John C. Lowtt, Chlllrlnlln B011rd Of DHco 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Blbl. School 9:15 A.M. Worship -10:30 A.M. E-*'8 Blbl. Class 5 P.M. EVMing Wonhlp 6 P.M. Communb Bible 10-n A.M. JESUS.PEOPLE FAMILYWORS CENTER CHURCH Sunday Worship '-A .... ,., First Fndt 7:30 A. M. Morning 11 A. M. BIBLE STUDY Thursday At 7:30 P. M. 'TI r-0 :::D c > en m Z ::::! z m r-1 tD c: r rm ::::! z "'D c: tD r-(i; :::t m c m < m :::D -< -f c: m en c > z c 'TI :::D a

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s 0 "' 0 "' ...J a: Q. c:( > c:( c a: u.. The law, despite what one generation: rights are of'first is told in law school, is an generation' importance as instrument primarily for the palpable civil and political attainment of justice. It is obstacles, I possess a strong this conviction that has desire to see_the law used motivated my focus on sociooptimally to facilitate social economic and cultural rights. justice. Coming from a country Of course, it is somewhat where these so-called 'second ironic that I -having grown NEW MILLENNIUM CHURCH 905 East Skagway (One Block South Of Busch l3lvd.) 9:30-10:15 A.M. Bible Oasses For All Ages 10:15-11 A.M. Refreslunents and Fellowship PASfOR MICHAEL & 11 A. M. -12:45 P. M. Praise and Worship Service SIS. TONYA NEELY > For more infonnation, call (813) 728-3723 Visit: www.newmillenniumchurch.com Email: mn ec ly2 @ TampaBay rr .co m a: u.. c z c:( > c:( c en w ::::) > a: w > w c w :::1: en :::J m ::::) Q. z tu ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z z w 0 ce c a: 0 ...J u.. BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH 1006 West Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. w. James Favorite. Senior Pastor Beilah Balltlstlnstnuuonal Church would be honored to have the communnv Join us In our COLUMN up a daughter of privilege in alized dream and passion. a country riddled with The dream: Oxford Univer'under-privilege'-am so con-sity. The passion: academic cerned with equity. Growing excellence. up in the latter days of This fortuitously evolved apartheid South Africa, I into a desire to put myself in was undeservingly fortunate the best possible position to to escape the narrative com-benefit society. mon to Black folk. But, per-Had I been born ten years haps it is exactly this irony earlier, this would have been that has. fashioned my per-substantially more difficult. suasion as the sacrifices that But now, being Black and others had to make for equifemale, I am a beneficiary of ty and my privilege to be the hard-earned reparative, possible are vivid. re-distributive policies of the Though we often look on it new South African governadmiringly, privilege has its ment. Thus, with the combi drawbacks. It (my own com-nation of education and plicity notwithstanding) delayed my arrival at a conpolitical fortune that I enjoy, sciousness of the extent of the world is truly my oyster. opportunity and consequent Yet still, paradoxes of weight of responsibility J. had privilege are not lost on me. been given. I accordingly What sometimes seems (in started out with an individuaffirmative action) a charita-ble donation of benefits and opportunities prompts one to ask whether these were bestowed due to one being worthy of them or simply because one fell into the correct demographic. Indubitably, the full answer to this question is multi-faceted. However, that which I have at ( for now) is that it does not really matter. About the author: Sindiso Mnisi, is a DPhil candidate in the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, focusing on the Interface between African Customary Law and State Law. A native of South Africa, she enjoys reading, writing, traveling, singing, and golf.

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------------------------------------------------------------COLUMN "T1 lJ News Fro111 Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS A Missed Generation We missed a generation in honor of "MaMa Rhodes birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Griffin. There were four generations in attendance not three. Thank you Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes for always reading the column. Attention Readers!!! Share with us your special events. Let us print your retirement, family gathering, birthday, graduation, promotion, etc. You can report your special occasions anytime by calling 677-6071. April Celebrants Happy birthday! Happy birthday to you! Mrs. Eva Jeane (Cookie) Anderson, former Villager, will celebrate her special day on Saturday, 4-21. Mrs. Anderson is the wife of Clayton and the mother of Michael, Natalie and twin sons, Darrayl and Derrick. She is also a proud grandmother of seven and has four great grandchildren. Happy birthday wishes go out to: Marlise TolbertJones, Kevin Mathis, Nancy Gillespie, Angela Rodgers, Randall Wilson, Christine Montgomery, Patricia Young, Monica Barnes, Amanda Tucker, Carline Williams, Alicia Monroe, Destiny Crawford, Victoria Sykes, Lucille Beck, Elouise White, Merdell Morgan, Jacqueline Horton, Dennis ;Range, Reva Taylor, Jason Hill, Ebony Bellamy, Melissa Kimble, Martin McClymont, Robinson, Zana G .ay, Hue-Ellen McQuey, N eva Stapleton and N ella Swopes. Newlyweds Jennifer Davis and Allen Byrd recently exchanged wedding vow s in Tallahassee at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. The reception was held at Margo's. The couple was registered at Bed, Bath and Beyond and Wal-Mart. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Allen (Jennifer) Byrd. Sick List We are thinking about you: Betty Williams, Louise Morris, Mikolean Martin, Marie Gibson, Artice Holland, Rosie King (at St. Joseph's Hospital, Room 455), Mary Humphrey, Lee Cowart, Susie Berry, Eloise Bell (at Whispering Oaks). Thelma BentonGoodman (at Ybor City Healthcare), Johnny Freeman (at Brandon Health & Rehabilitation), Thelma Weems, Reva Taylor, Neva Stapleton, Helen Mood, Joe Nathan Green, Bessie Campbell, Rosa Lee Taylor, Althea Ida Sterling, Tameka Campbell, Andrea Tyler, Ledora Blake, Sherry Willingham, Lynette McAnuff, Janie Jackson, Ellen K. Jenkins, Masie McKeller and Barbara Turner. Sympathy Our heartfelt sympathy is sent to Neal Davis and family in the loss of his father. Free Clothes Giveaway On April 21st, First Baptist Church of Progress Village is having a clothe s closet giveaway from 8 a m. noon in the park adjacent t o the church. My Brother 2 Keep Ministry Free Bibles and cards are sent to inmates upon their request by writing to My Brother 2 Keep Ministry, P.O. Box 4618, Tampa, 33677-4618. Our incarcerated sons and daugftters are asking for pen pals. Contact My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry at (813) 516-6780, for more information. Please send poems (typed) that you don't mind being My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry. . Congratulations Roderick Faison, he received his Theology certificate! Ole! "Ole" is the mission: Operation Legacy Emma Lee, Carpenter Evangelist. Emma Lee Carpenter went from legend to legacy through her son, "Bucified Bert," who is hard working and dedicated to ho .noring his mother. through his mis sion which brings awareness to youth the importance of appreciating mothers while they yet live. The mission gives away bikes, scholarships, and trips to deserving students. More upcoming information in the next few weeks. success, it is' the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure." c and women who put their > ::< lives on the line daily for us -Family Trips To Florida Prisons Call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Family Ties at (8 13) 4 76-2964. Scripture (ACTS 1:8) "But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you." Remember the helpers in ?:; the kitchen: Thelma, (813) ;!:! 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H. 0. P., (813) 9 238-5221. F. Y.I. Thought For Today "There are no secrets to Remember our servicemen Call your news into Iradean London-Biggs at (813 ) 677-6071 Be blessed! 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. OPEH 24 HOURS Store l813J 237-3741 Pharmacy l813J 237-3743 PHARMACY NEVER CLOSES we Now Accept Prudential 1 Healthcare Plans (HMO -PPO POS) & CIGNA : Why Wait Until Sunday Sale Starts Today! Good Only at 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. All Your Mother's oav NeedsHerel un Bleach & Detergent 125oz. Starllta Mints 2aez. Walgreen's Canned Nuts 2/$5.00 Single Use 35mm camera With Flash ;n 0 lJ 6 > en m z -t z m ':"" aJ c rrm -t z c aJ r-c;; :::1: m c m < m lJ < -t c m en g" < > z 0 :'

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...... 0 0 N LOCAL --c N ..J a: a. Church Reaches Out Into The Community Truth Outreach Ministry tries to stay true to its name. The <( church family recently hosted an outreach event in Robles C Park for residents of the area. There was food fun for the kids, a: health information and a lot of fellow shipping one with anoth-' LL er. (Photos by Jerry Brunson) c a: LL c z <( c en w ::) r> a: w > w c w :::1: en ::::; m ::) a. z i= w ..J ::) m I ..J w z 'i= z w en <( e a: 0 ..J LL m e .,.. Agnes Huggins and Marjorie Budhoo. The Warrior Truth Dancers assisted with activities in the park: W Helping with park events J eremy Autumn, Hutto, Apostle Michelle Kelly, Minister Sherry -Major, Tiffany Leduc, Nathan L educ and Debra Harden. ' Shown here are Debra Chappelle, Sharman Johnson, Deloris Dupree, Agnes Huggins, R.osby Kelly, Apostle Michelle Kelly, pastor, and Evangelist Brenda Bolden. These young Daughters of Zion are: Helping with the distribution of food De'ondra, Lenessa, Janesse, were: Earlene Scott, Lena Jenkins and Anjeiica'janae, Katoriea and Thyneisha. Mother Guzman. THE CITY OF TAMPA, MAYOR PAM lORI And THE TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG. MOREHOUSE ALUMNI HONORS-ERMA , .r ' Retiring President of-Morehouse April 27, .2097. Tickets Available ... . .; Books F or Thought: 988-6363 ..... . -Twine & PA 221-4454 i *College Hill Pha r ma 248-2767

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======== LOCAL ---.. Educational Program To_ Host Tour For Potential Students Founder, Florida Prostate Cancer Network .. : 1: JOY PETIT Vice-President of Development for Academy Prep Center of Tampa The Academy Prep Center aiake's magnet program, of Tampa will be hosting a Tampa Catholic, Academy of meeting and a tour of its Holy Names, Jesuit etc. campus for all prospective "There is nothing like seestudents. ing the students in action to Academy Prep is a understand the impact that educational program for chilAcademy Prep has on the!)e dren in low-income homes children. These kids live in a between fifth through eighth neighborhood where only grades. The school operates half of the adults have a nearly year-round, has cam-high school said puses in Tampa and St. Bob Samuels, "This is a Petersburg a'nd offers eight place that provides a life years of graduate to changing opportunity for help students through htgh some of the most marginaland college. There ized young people in our wtll be a tour "'D :::c r N 9 N 0 0 ....... "'T1 r 0 :a 6 )> en m z :J z m r:m c r r m -t z ., c m r c;; % m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c "'T1 :a 6 .... .... I a:J

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1'-0 0 C\1 LOCAL 0 C\1 ..I a: THE HIVE AT HOWARD W. BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL 5110-Senior Take-Over 5/15-Seniors Last Day 5/17 -Graduation Rehear-sal Diailllond Dust a. c:r: 5/22-Graduation Day >-"' < By CLARENCE 'BJ' JONES Guidance Buzz Students that are interested in a summer job at Busch Mt. Pleasant Standard-accomplishments of students Based Middle School is in the and faculty. The end of.the home stretch of this academic year trip will be to Universal year. Looking back over this Studios in Orlando. Students school year, with the FCAT are encouraged to pay their completed, all the conference fee for the trip as soon as pas nights, and after school activ-sible. The fee covers entry, ities, lives have truly been transportation and a meal at changed. Yakira Daniels is the theme park. 9 a: What's really happening U. Jackets? Welcome back to the return of the Hive at Howard W. Blake, with senior Clarence Jones. This is your spot and this is the buzz. Now, let's see what's been happening behind the walls of the Hive. From Student Affairs Students, the APs from S.A.O. would like to report that the tardies have gone down from 215 to 60 per day. To enforce the tardy policy, after school detention has been brought back to Blake and will take place every Wednesday in the cafeteria. Students, if you have any questions or concerns meet with the AP, Mrs. Fitzgerald (A-L), or Mr. Salters (M-Z). Jacket Buzz C Students, Progress Reports ii: will be today, Friday, U. April 2oth! This is the time for you to correct yourself c:r: where you messed up before 'the term ends. Q Blake High School 2006-en 2007 Academic Awards W Ceremony will take place in the Hive today from 1:15-2:45 > in the gym. Students continue a: to strive for the best in acadeW > w Q w ::z::: en :::i a:l ;::) D. z Iii ..I ..I ;::) a:l ..:. w z i= z w en c:r: Q a: 0 ..I u. mics . "Achievement matters" at Blake High! Jackets, do you need help in Math or Science? ELP is available every Monday and Wednesday; from 3-5 p m. Transportation is provided. For more information, see Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Ghansah and Dr. Gray. Gap2 Students, applications are due to Ms. Cooke by today for the FREE Summer Session at USF. You will be put on a waiting list! Please drop them off to Mrs. Cooke, B122. Remember Torrie Pendants will be on sale today during all lunches for $2! All dona tions will be forwarded to the McDuffie family! Also, students don't forget the Torrie McDuffie Memorial at the Football field is coming up! ,Upcoming events: 4/26 Conference Night, 5-7 p. m. S.A.C. Buzz Pastors and Prayer were at. the Hive this week, speaking to young African American males about the importance of making the right decisions! Pastors are available Monday-Friday at Blake if you need Bomeone to talk to. For more info visit Coach Muldrow for the next Pastor and Prayer meeting Arts Buzz The Florida State .Thespians Festival will be held at Blake beginning today from 3-10 p. m Please come out and sup.port the Drama Art as they present their show. Good luck! The 2006-2007 Dance Students :Choreography Showcase. will be he1 d at Blake today, from 7-10 p. m in the don Thompson Theater. Upcoming events: 4/23-25 Sting Dance tryouts Senior Class Buzz: Grad Bash 2007 will be held Saturday and Sunday, April 21 -22nd at the Universal Studios in Orlando. Dress Code is enforced, no shorts or low cut shirts. The busses will be departing from Blake at 4 p. m Be on time! Have fun! Prom 2007 will be held next Saturday, April 28th at the State Fairgrounds from 8-12 p.m. For more info, please see Mr. Wolford, Class Sponsor or Jasmine Davis, Class President. Upcoming events : 4/27 -Cap and Distributed 4/28-Prom Gown Gardens, interviews are avail able and will be coming to Blake For more information pick up an application in the Success Lab in Guidance. Sports Buzz Congratulations to Anthony Hill, 2007 All Hillsborough County Champion in the high jump at the All County Track Meet at Gaither last Friday! Students, if you are interested in taking the personal fitness exam, please see Mr. Williams today for a waiver! To be eligible to take this exam, students must have completed two full seasons of varsity of junior varsity sports! Upcoming events: 4/23-27 Personal Fitness Exam. Shout Outs Shout Outs to: Ms. Kema, the "Turn Around Student of Eighth graders will be sent the Year." The impact of the off in style: They will be able existence of Mt. Pleasant to attend the 8th Grade Prom Middle School is underuable. <,: .. to celebrate::transition to high There severafi'upcomiftg:; may be purThe end .. t.he .by Mt. J?.l.eas.ant 8th banquet" will on.-:: : graders. All wllo attend must Friday, May 11, 2007, at 6 p ... be a of dnd escorted m. to recognize the individua'l' by a Mt. 8th grader. ', Bu, Reshall, Marcus, Jr., Alicia, Ms. QeDe, E.ricka Burnett, Va Va, Zay, Troy, Jas N., Quaayaa, Calvin. Courtney, La La, Lil Herb, Fredricka, 0. T., Mario, Jenaye, Corey P ., Dricka, Ms. Tasha, Ronel, Ty Reke, Quanteirra, Me Fools, Auntie DeDe, Sondra, Pumpkin; Duck Man, Lurk, Diamond Man, Linda Reeves, Mrs. Gilliam, Mr. Underwood, Mrs. Horne, the Blake High Cafeteria Staff, and the Class of 2007 at Grad Bash. Jackets; that's all from the "Hive" and the Buzz for this week. Seniors have fun at Grad Bash! TheB.J. "'=- WORKING WITH THE COMMUNITY TO HE.LP KEEP OUR STREETS BRIGHT IT'S EASY TO REPORT A MALFUNCTIONING STREETLIGHt At Tampa Electric, we're working with our customersand the community to help ensure malfunctioning lights are working again as quickly as possible. How can you help? Simple. If you see a malfunctioning streetlight: Write down the sixor ten-digit light ID tag number on the light pole, or write down the nearest street address or intersection to the light. Go online to the convenient Lights Out form on tampaelectric.com or call: 813-223-0800 (in Hillsborough County), 863-299-0800 (In Polk County) or . . 1-888-223-0800 (outside of Hillsborough or Polk County):. When you report a malfunctioning streetlight, it is important that you provide the location of the streetlight so that technicians are sent to the correct location, and that you provide your contact information so that we may acknowledge your request.... .:-r -By working together we can all help keep our streets bright. .. : ': .:. '' .. . . . ... "',-;. . l : ;: -... L I f:: E R U N S 0 N E N E R G. YaM tampaelectrtc.com 1 .. .. .. '.. . ,,__M_ lii:&..II:CII.,..,.IIi . .. '.. .. :. :-":t ; 1 ... ..

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LOCAL ' Young Black Men To Tackle Issues In New ralk Show Young African-American males from throughout the Tampa area will be discussing current events, his tory and minority issues as part of a new talk show. Motown Maurice and Keto Hodges will launch their we.bcast called The Combination on Wednesday, May 16th from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p:rh. The show will broadcast live from the Goo.d City, located K. 7th Avenue, and will feature entertainment and educa-tion. The show is a partner-. MOTOWN 'MAURICE Motown Maurice Productions and host of The Combination ship between Motown Maurice. Maurice Productions and The Combination has Tampa Digital Studios. been a vision for Maurice Maurice, a local filmmak-since he was a student a er and producer, says that Florida A&M University. the show will give young The show will have segBlack males an opportunity ments that highlight music, to express their views qn politics, economics among various issues. .other topics. "I can't even count the "The guys who we plan to number of times I have met have on the show really are young brothers from a combination of young --throughout the Tampa Bay, Black men bringing their and we end up talking for voice and education to hours about politics or issu'es facing them," said about -history," said Maurice. "All of the guys KETO HODGES have their different perspectives. We want to help strengthen Tampa Bay's African-American community." For more information, please call Motown Maurice at (813) 951-0794, or Keto Hodges at (813) 389-5020. You can also go to the show's website at www.thecomhinationtv.com Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at adavis@Osentinel.com. == BIRTHDAY GREETING == E'MONTRE WASHINGTON E'MONTRE WASHINGTON Happy 1st birthday to our son, E'Montre Washington. Love, mom, Marquita, and dad, E.J Driver's License Suspended? REVOKED FOR 5 YRS ?? Get a VALID License.Within 2 Months Call CAPS (813) 250-0227 Now Also Assisting with: ACCIDENTS w/NO INSURANCE and other .JUDGEMENTS BRANDON DODGE --2005 TOYOTA PRIUS Loaded, Pwr Windows, Locks, Tint, Cruise, CD Player, 5 Door Hatchback . 2004 FORD MUSTANG 2 '?oor Coupe, . 40th Anniversary Edition 2005 CHEVY SILVERADO LS Fiare Side Reg. Cab, Sport Wheels, Automatic $3500 Cash Trade Equity 2006 JEEP COMMANDER 2005 DODGE NEON SXT 3rd Row Seat, POWER EVERYTHING 2007DODGECHARGER 3.5 Liter Engine, Loaded, Power Everything Very Low les 2005 FORD ESCAPE SLT SUV Upgraded Model W/Premium Sound System Very Low Miles, Auto, Power Locks & Windows, Cruise & .Tilt W/Sport V\lheels 2006 CHRYSLER 300 Touring Package, Loaded, Leather Interior, Nice Clean Car. Must.See Carl 2006 DODGE DURANGO Adventure Package 3rd Row Seat FELIX WALTERS Sales A Host Of Pre-Owned Sto-N-Go Grand Caravans, Town-N-Cou .ntry & r Used Cars ::o 0 )> _-< )> "'C ::0 r-1\) 0 1\) 0 0 '-..! ro-::0 c en m z :::!z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z "'C c: m rU5 ::I: m 0 m < m ::0 -< ..... c: m en c z 0 "l1 ::0 c -<

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More than 50 percent of babies who have sleep _problems as infants experience sleep issues when they grow up, whic h can negatively affect their development. Teenagers, who many believe spend too much time in bed, average at least an hour less sleep per night than experts recommend. Sleep habits that have been built over a lifetime may be hard to break, but finding the right bed to encourage good habits couldn't be simpler-and is a step in the right direction. For more information. visit www.flexabed.com or call (800) 648 1256.

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.. Take Care Of Your HEALTH Help For Hurting Hands Wellness Plan For The Total Man Health Forum They Have To Last A Lifetime! ?< Sheehy Ankle & Foo t Center Medicine And Surgery Of The Foot, Ankle And Leg :::U j= Foot Pai n Bunions 1\l Ankle Pain Nail D eformi t i es 9 The First Annual "A Well ness Plan for the Total Man Community Health Forum: The Benefits of Regular Cancer and Cardiovascular Related Disease Screenings for African American Men" will be held Saturday, April 28, 2007, 8 a. m. 2 p m at Middleton high School, 4801 N 22nd St. Heel P ai n Corn & Calluses You r hand and wrist ache after working at the computer all day, and they sometimes start feeling numb. Maybe the pain is centered on your forearms Uh-oh: It's carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), and soon'you'll need a date with the surgeon, right? or adjust your chair so the keyboard and motise are below your elbows and your Wound Care Sports Medicine CTS happens when a nerve passing through your wrist gets pinched, usually because of arthritis, obesity, water retention due to pregnancy or PMS, or because you were born with a toosmall passage. The good news : For an overuse injury, you don't need to go under the knife : Surgery won't fix the problem, in fact. Try over-the-counter medicine to relieve the pain, and rest your hands regularly. Stay off the computer or limit your use to 20-minute sessions with 10-minute breaks,., for example. Wear splints while you work to keep your wrists from bending too high or low, and use a keyboard tray Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are level. Numbness and tingling on the palm side of the fingers is common Pain may shoot up the arm when you stretch your wrists. Pain may wake you up at night or be worse in the morning. You may have trouble making a fist, or lose coordination in your fingers . Overuse Injury Numbness and tingling appear over the back of the hand, if at all. Pain is dull, and usually in your forearms. It hurts the worst after the activity that caused the injury. You can't lift heavy objects because your hands feel tired. On-site registration begins at 7 a m. To pre-register, call (813) 24 7-6800 or send email to and pro vide name, address, phone number and email address. The deadline to pre-register is April 25th. Several community orga nizations and agencies have signed on as sponsors and co-sponsors ofthe event. Ronald T. Brookins is Program Director for this event and Dr. James 0. Brookins, M. D., is Chairman. 0New Ostrotritsy Procedure PAULL. SHEEHY, JR. D.P. M P.A Member American Society Of Laser Medicine & Surgery 813-277-0222 .. www. TampaF oot Do c tor.com 812 West M. L. K. Blvd., Suite 202 Outpatient .Information And P.ain Management Blood Disease . Cance r 800 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Suite #2 Tampa. FL 33603 . .. We Accept Most Insurance Plans Call Today for )'OUr appointment 813-910.8700 11710 U.S. Hwy 92 East Suite B Seffner, FL 33584 Moffitt Cancer Center Recognizes National Minority Cance r Aware ness Week {Apri/15-21, 2007) Here at Moffi .tt Cancer Center we join the nation in f oc u s in g the public about the importance of prevention, early and support programs aimed at reducing disparities in cancer and aril.ong minority and underserved populations : .:: : ;:;: o::: . : :::;-.: Thro!Jgh our Office of 'Diversity, we arc this gap by: N II' ; Devel oping a health agenda as part Stra,tegic Plan language for whom is languag e " C Addressing patiepts : .. . Supporting the Tampa, Bay educational and patient support resourtes .. .. .. ... .. . A Supporting the Moffl:ti( Education .and Outreach .they work to improve the community's t!!]i.i Pie"" vistt the Moffitt website hom.P"','< at www.moffitt.org on at Moffitt" A for inore information about Moffitt's programs and cancer health disparities. ...,.... ... ......, u"' A National Cancer lnstltu.te Comprehensive Cancer center At tiN UrttNni(Y o/ Suudt Frorit1tJ 1 -HHH-MOHITT I I 1 2902 i\Lgnol1.1 Drive.: I Tunp.1, Fl JJ() 1 2 I r 0 :::tl c en m z :::! z m r;m c: r r m :::! z "tt c: m r en :I: m c m < m :::tl < -t c: m en c < z c :::tl c <

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...... 0 0 N 0 N ...J a: a. <( Charmettes Sailed To Nowhere On Good Friday The Charmettes of Hillsborough County carried three bus <( loads on a "Cruise To Nowhere" on Good Friday: The group C traveled on the Sterling Casino Cruise Line to Port ff Canaveral. (Photos by Julia Jackson) > <( c a: LL c z <( > <( c (/) w ::::) t-> a: w > w c w :::1: (/) :J m ::::) a. z lu ...J ...J ::::) m w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J LL m cb .,.. w CJ <( c.. Enjoying the Good Friday cruise were Eric Stillings and Clarence and Greg Sherman. Charmettes Carolyn West and Yvonne Waldon. Charmettes who enjoyed the cruise were: Maxine Lewis, Evelyn Keeton, Dee Williams, Bettye Keeton Griffin and Linda Loise. JOE AND DIVA JONES Mr. and Mrs. John (Virginia) Anderson enjoyed the cruise. Robert Sterns and Charm-ette Donna Douglas. Sisters enjoying the day on the cruise were: Charmettes Mary Keeton, Evelyn Keeton and Betty Keeton Griffin. 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 !EverytfiinB You tNeed Por Your ?-fair

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KLUB Scene BYFLAVA P.O. BOX 172415 Tamp-. FL 33672.o415 (888) 909-2929 MySpace.com/IOubSceneThaJumpOff Studio, Inc. Tonight Jafari Promotions has something for you, your crew, your boo, and moms, too! A Pre-Mother's Day concert featuring R&B hot boys, Jagged Edge live in concert at Studio, Inc., on Friday, April 20. Lyfe will be performing on May 11th. Wiskey North Remember the bump, the slide, the hustle? Well dust off your platform shoes and boogie on down at the 2007 Old School 70s Party, Sunday, April 22, at Wiskey North (formerly Club Joy). $200 to the best dressed 70s gear contest, 8 until and ladies drink free until 11 and fellas 2-4-1 specials before 11. Free liquor and food for V.I.P. (that's what's up)! Hosted by Meneisa and Markus Vance (MVP). 112 T-town loves T-Pain. Come experience Mr. Hype, a k.a., T-Pain live Sunday, April 29th. Don't hear about it, be there! Janus Landing Gregory Isaacs on May 3402 N. 34th Street 4th. Buju on May 25th. Manilla Win a Benz. Are you the next Miz Manilla? Call (8 13 ) 493-1234 for more info. Check out the Playa's Patio and after hours coming soo n. U-Haul Boyz Block Party Yeah, you know how they do! Every Sunday, it's going down. The U-llaul Boyz Block Party's new locations every week to keep it fresh. Call UHB hotline for next Sun Block Party location, (813) 732-094 3 Tampa Bay Perfonning Arts Center Hold on to your grillz. Kat Williams will be live in the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center on Sunday, April This one will sell out, get there early. Cognac Casino Cruise It's going down Sunday April 22nd. This is the one and your crew don't want to miss. All you can eat and drink and 7 decks of fun. Win big and party on the Cognac Casino Cruise. For info and tickets call, (813) 416-1316. Get@Me ... JOANNA 247 In Cu,ls, Pe,ms Cuts & Colo, Pl'ess & Curl, Hai' Weaving Fo' The Enti'e Family Walk -Ins Welcome CLUB SCENE #t D. J. CHRISTIAN AndTITO SHARK, DRED, REG & SIS Team JJ c )> -< )> "'0 JJ r N 9 N 0 0 ...... r 0 JJ 6 )> en m z :::! z m r:I:JJ c: r r m z "'0 c: I:JJ r u; :X: m c

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,.... 0 0 N ENTERTAINMENT 0 N ...J -a: Q. < > < c Forest Whitaker Gets Walk Of Fame Star LOS ANGELES --a: Screen Actors Guild trophies LL this year for his role as > < c a: LL c z < > < c (/) w ;:::) > a: w > w c w ::1: (/) rD ;:::) Q. z ffi ..J ..J ;:::) rD ..J w z z w (/) < c a: g LL Ugandan dictator ldi Amin in "The Last King of Scotland." On Monday he cemented his winning streak with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. "I as a kid coming to the Walk of Fame. It was like a field trip and very exciting to us-," said the 45year-old actor-director at the ceremony for the Walk's 2,335th star. The honor represents "where I came from, and where I am going and hopefully where I am at right now," he said. FOREST WHITAKER Guests -included Angela after a back injury ended his Bassett and budding college-football wife, Keisha, and three career. daughters, Autumn, He went on to star in such Sonnet and True. films as Clint Eastwood's The ceremony came the Charlie Parker biopic same week as the DVD "Bird,"' "The Crying Game"' release of "The Last King of and as a hulking assassin in Scotland,"' in which "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Whitaker portrays the Samurai."' despot under whose reign His directing credits thousands of people were include "Waiting to Exhale"' k:illed in the 1970s. and "Hope Floats."' Whitaker began his foray Upcoming films for the into films playing an athlete actor include "Vantage Point"' in 1982's big teen hit, "Fast with Dennis Quaid and Times at Ridgemont High,"' 11The Air I Breath."' ..... ... .. 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"We just started," says Isley, 65, who was delayed from promoting "Baby Making Music"' by kidney surgery in the spring of 2006 "We'te just doing it on the road, in the times that we have off." Isley says the brothers have each been writing new songs and plan to keep the new album a bit more self contained than their recent efforts, which have included collaborations with R. Kelly, Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox. Taye Diggs Back On Small Screen In Gray's Anatomy Spin-Off TAYEDIOOs Russell Simmons Wants Private Meeting On Hip Hop HSAN Chairman Russell Simmons has called for a closed door meeting to dis cuss the current state of hip hop. National attention has once again turned toward offensive and misogynistic rap lyrics after Don Imus used the word "ho" to describe members of the Rutgers University women's basketball team. Many are calling the recent firing of lmus a double standard, as rappers have used the term for decades without conse quence According to Allhiphop com, Simmons called a meeting for Wednesday at the Manhattan home of music exec Lyor Cohen to discuss the future of hip hop, and ways in which the genre can move forward in a positive direction. The meeting will include artists and _executives who are involved in the hip hop community, the Web site reports. Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable, led by commu-RUSSELL SIMMONS nity activist/author Earl Ofari Hutchinson, has scheduled a press conference this morning at lOam in front of Geffen Records. The groups aim is to call on David Geffen endorsed Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama to urge the label -to denounce gangster rap lyrics, even though Geff4tn is now owned by Universal Music Group. The group is also demanding a meeting with meeting with David Geffen and Snoop Dogg on "offensive rap lyrics." Cops Say Man Confesses To .Jam Master .Jay Murder. The Boston Herald is reporting that a jailed career criminal has confessed to participating in both the 2002 murder of Run DMC's Jam Master Jay and the unsolved 1995 killing of a close associate of rapper, I Tupac Shakur. The new information sur faced as part of the federal robbery trial this month of Ronald "Tenad" Washington, who says .he now expects to be charged as an accessory in the shooting JAM MASTER. JAY death of Jam Master Jay, Taye Diggs tells People born Jason Mizell, and for She .is making up lies magazine that the first the of Randy because they threatened to episode of the as-yet-unti "Stretch" Walker, who deport her. tied orey's Anatomy spin rapped with Tupac on the Aceording Herald. offhas "just finished" film. 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ENTERTAINMENT Mike Tyson Sells Phoenix Home The rooftop pigeon coup had to go before a real estate agent agreed to place Mike Tyson's home in Phoenix's Paradise Valley on the market. The move appears to have worked in helping the curb appeal of the 7, 700-squarefoot property, which just sold for $2.3 million, according to published reports. The former heavyweight champ purchased the home two years ago for $2. 1 million!''' Kris LaCroix, a real estate agent with the Equitable Real Estate Co. said the house is "very well-built and sits on a lot." As for working with Tyson, LaCroix said it was "a pl ea sure." LaCroix said the crib was initially listed at $2.45 mil lion, but it sat on the market for more than three months without a buyer, according to the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service. MIKE TYSON As reported yesterday, Tyson has been tapped to shoot a promotional video for an upcoming Hollywood film; and will face drug possession charges in a trial scheduled to take place August 20 in Maricopa County. Tyson was arrested on Dec. 29 in Scottsdale and charged with felony drug pos session charges and two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence of drugs. Kirk Douglas Wants National Apology For Slavery Perhaps best known for oppressors as the rebellious slave Spartacus in the legendary 1960 Stanley Kubrick film of the same name, Kirk Douglas ha::J recently turned attention toV.ard the history of enslaved in America. The 90-year-old actor and stroke survivor is among the contingent of American citi zens who believe the nation owes African Americans an apology for the practice of sla'{ery On Friday, he posted a statement on the MySpace page for his book "Let's Face It" to explain his position : He writes: "Let's face it the world is in a mess! The younger generation wil( inherit that mess, .what can we do to help them? At 90 years of age, I'm living on "the house's money" and I don't intend to buy "green bananas." But what about the kids who will replace us? What can we do to help them? "'wrote a book that I dedicated to my grandchildren and the younger generation. They must know now that our country needs to take inventory. What causes suicide botnbli!rB, corruption in our top business officials, ineffi cierit bureaucrats that can't deal with Katrina, deficits, schools, border patrols? of problems. "I don't have any easy solu. tiona to but I can sug-gest the goal that we must strive to reach -a strong nation filled with caring citi zens. Let's not try to spread democracy by military might, but by a good example. "Let's start by apologizing for our. mistakes. First, we need an apology for slavery. Recently, the Jews celebrated the holiday, Passover. That commemorates the time when we were slaves in Egypt over 3,000 years ago. "It was a much shorter time ago that beings were wrenched from their families and their lands, put into the hold of a ship and carried to a far off country to become slaves. Thousands of young Americans were killed in a war to end slavery, but did the' Civil Warl end it? Qruelty and disc 'rimination existed long after the war. The examples are too numer ous to mention. It is less now, but it still exists. Mothership Coming To A Town Near You GEORGE CLINTON George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic are firing up the Mothership and preparing to fly it into 20 cities as part of a major U.S. tour. The funk trek is due to launch April 21 in Houston and spend spring and summer months on the road before wrapping August 18 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, according to Clinton's MySpace page. The tour dates are as follows: May 18, 2007 -Saint Petersburg, Jannus Land ing. J. Lo And Hubby Sue Enquirer Over Drug Story Jennifer Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony have had just about enough of the National Enquirer. The couple has filed a lawsuit against the magazine seeking a reported "six fig ures" for allegedly reporting a false story that tied them to a major drug scandal. The couple has cl}osen to file their lawsuit in the U.K because its lioel laws favor the celebrity, not the publi. cation Their attorney Paul Tweed, who specializes in bringing U.S.-based celebri. ties' libel cases to British and Irish courts, said in a Belfast court, and in subsequent days in courts in Dublin, London and Paris. The lawsuit also seeks an apology and retraction for an article that appeared in different versions of the Enquirer's U.S. and international editions The version published March 12 in British and Irish editions alleged the couple was "caught up in a heroin scan dal" -and reprinted a 2004 picture of Anthony standing beside photographer Michael Star, who is facing MARC ANTHONY And Wife, JENNIFER LOPEZ charges of heroin possession and child pornography in tlie U.S. The article quoted an alleged friend of S t a r as saying Star and Anthony were friends. Tweed said this was untrue and that Anthony didn't know Star even as an acquaintance. Anthony posed for the 2004 photograph, Tweed said, in keeping with his usual hospitality toward backstage concert fans. Pack. a picnic and enjoy this FREE. concert celebrating the miracle of transplatation and the continuing need to donate life through organ Featuring --. The Florida Orchestra :'1, ..... .: curtis -Hixon''. 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ENTERTAINMENT Q iX LL. Ice CubeTalks About The Frustration .Of Producing Ice Cube gets the short end of the home-improvement stick in "Are We Done Yet?" But in real life, the rapper turned actor says he's relatively handy with power tools. "I usually call somebody," says Ice Cube, 37. "But if I know it's easy, I'll do it. Now playing in theaters, "'Are We Done Yet?" is a sequel to the 2005 hit "Are We There Yet?" Ice Cube returns as Nick Persons, w lio is now married to Suzanne (Nia Long) and,is living in cramped quarters with her and her two children. The new family buys a beautiful home in the coun try, only to discover that it needs major renovations . ICE CUBE (John C. McGinley of "Scrubs"), whose skills range from construction to coo!qng to midwifery Ice Cube, a father of four, says he didn't worry about McGinley stealing scenes. "I know his character is all Cary Grant fans may rec ognize similarities between it and Grant's,1948 comedy > "'Mr. Blandings Builds His over the place," he says . c:r: Dream House." That's "That's what he was there Q iX because "'Done Yet?" is as for .... He's a great actor LL. much a rem.ake of. "'Mr. Ice Cube's production C Blandings as it is a sequel company, CubeVision, pro-Hearing Ordered In R&B Singer's Appeal LOS ANGELES -R&B singer Waymond Anderson. has won a chance at freedom after spending 13 years in prison for the drug related killing of a man A state appeals court on Wednesday ordered a hearing within 120 days in Los Angeles County Superior Court in which prosecutors must refute newly presented evidence that Anderson was miles away when the killing took place If no hearing i s scheduled, Anderson must be freed, the court said. Prosecutors will review the matter and take appropriate action, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office, on Thursday Defense attorneys argued there was no physical evi-Dave Chappelle Sets Laugh Factory Comedian Dave Chappelle surprised fans at the Laugh Factory Sunday night by showing up unannounced for a set at around 10:30 p.m., and then remaining on stage for the next six hours straight. According to Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada, Chappelle's set was the longest performance by any comedian in -the venue's 28 -year history ... It : began at 10:36 p.m. Sunday t.:Er.:.::.:::.::t.:::L and ended at 4:43 a.m. on Monday. DAVE CHAPPELLE "It was just one of those network, and Michael _: nights," Masada said of Richards' use of theN-word Chappelle's appearan_ce . on the very Laugh.Factory. "He _had laughmg .stage last year. for SIX hours. Chappelle also made fun -The marathon sessiOn only of Masada's st-Richards lost about a dozen of the decision to: sea 150-plus audience members any comic wh:Ouses the "N"-: present at word onstage. of Chappelle s "I was his punching bag which co;ered such tor. : for a half hour," Masada 1cs as President Bush s said. Needless say, buffoon.ery, . Comedy Chappelle was fined$2200 Centrals dec1s1on to hype for his multiple use of theN--Carlos Mencia after word throughout the sixChappelle abruptly left: the hour run. to "'Tiu!re Yet?' duced his latest movie, and > "Studios are a says he says he has 15 to 20 film Ice .Cube by phone. '"When projects in the works. But he tn they ow1r a movie, they has to depend on studios for ..... alwayg want to remake it. ... production and distribution They had asked me to watch support, and that can be rt th e movie 'Mr. Blandings frustrating. dence tying Anderson to the crime. Two witnesses who w Builds His Dream. House.' "They're slow," he says. > And I checked it out, and it "Sometimes they don't know w. [ -what to do next. Or some-,,._ a wascoo 1 ksmall ; "l.felt lik e 'This is the times our movtes oo .. tl) m o vie I want io make let's' tc? .. Sometimes they try. to make" i i wo rk.: just attention, then, :1 was just hung u.P on and you've gotta the title. I like, "Mjlll, them .. they're erazy not Z nobody I talk to remembers to do this. . ffi this mo vie.' The movie industry needs .J "So somebody -I don't to realize the marketplace is '. s the idea came changing, Ice Cube says. ID from" said, 'We shouid be But as a rapper. whose ; iii doing a seque l to "'Are We recordingcareer goes back identified him at trial as the arsonist have given sworn statements saying they lied. Z There Yet?"''caUSe that wa.S a nearly 20 years, he's also hit.' It waieerie how e&sy it concerned about what's w w .as to change that script music indus-til into this, sequel." try. . 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ALL MY CHILDREN: Adam denied to Tad that he knows anything about Jenny's disappearance, but was secretly arranging a black market adoption. Krystal took matters into her own hands and held Adam at gunpoint, demanding he tell her where Jenny is. Meanwhile, Tad found out Janet's location and he, Amanda and Jamie arrived at the cottage. Coming: Crazy Janet seems to be ning the show from Nikolas Vowing to stay by Nik's side, Emily and he ended up in a passionate embrace Coming: Trying to get rid of Mr Craig for good GUIDING LIGHT: Ashlee confessed to Coop that she shot Alan, and told the same to a cop. Jeffrey took her case, hoping to have Ash lee tried as a minor and kept out of jail. At Gus' homecoming party, Dylan accused him of having been high at the hotel, but Gus and Harley realized that Daisy drugged him and was responsible for the fire Coming : Cassie's praise makes Reva really uncomfort able. AS THE WORLD TURNS: After telling Cleo of her plan to break up Will and Gwen Jade tried calling it off but Cleo had other ideas, and pretended to be Gwen with Barbara. Later, Cleo came face to face with Will. Tom and Margo post ed Casey's bail, enabling Casey and Maddie to share a night of love. Coming : Brad is ou't to triumph over his brother BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Nick admitted he still loves Brooke but said their time to be together has passed. When Taylor learned she is infertile she wanted to undergo an in-vitro procedure. Rick turned down Nick's request to be his best man out of respect for his mother, but changed his mind after Brooke urged him to accept. Coming: Nick has a very tough decision to make. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Jamie needed emergency surgery when a car hit her. After learning that the child will make a full recovery, Jessica got ready to tell Antonio that she's in love with Nash Adriana was stunned when Tate admitted he's nuts about her and implied she might have been leading him on. Coming : Todd's dis appearance causes great concern DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Sami couldn't go through with lighting the match on EJ's body but when the cabin exploded she and Celeste fled Later, Sami real ized EJ had survived when she found a gas can in her bed, and persuaded Celeste to use her DiMera connections to convince EJ that Sami made a mistake Coming : Sami fears her actions will carry a huge cost. PASSIONS: After watching Theresa and Ethan making love, the blackmailer got Ethan in a deadly trap and forced Theresa to agree to have Jared's baby, in return for sparing Ethan's life. Sheridan disguised herself and became Luis' new cell mate, surprising him with a kiss. At the same time, Fancy got a job as a prison guard, intending to free Luis. Coming : Theresa's unexpected behavior arouses suspicion YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Victoria was livid when Brad admitted to cheating with Sharon. As JT consoled Victoria, they started to kiss, which led to sex. After Jack and Sharon's quickie marriage ceremony, she confessed about her tryst with Brad. A furious Jack was ready to get the marriage annulled, but Sharon con vinced him she s committed to their relationship. Coming : Phyllis' actions continue to ha ve c o nsequences GENERAL HOSPITAL: As early and Jax's wedding day approached, Sonny gave Carly a goodbye kiss, but had to show great restraint once the ceremony began Emily was stunned to see Robin and Patrick kissing, and learned the truth IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... comple x relationships issues w ill need to be permanently resolved within the nex t t w o months Watch for long-term relationships to either deepen or begin to steadily fade For many Taureans delicate family issues and a fear of intensifying commitments may be central themes. Watch for obvious signs of change and react accordingly ARIES (March 21-April 20). Deeply felt emotions are a strong influence Loved ones may need encouragement to resolve old regrets and past social mistakes. Family promises or abandoned home expectations may also be affected If so, remain cautious; friends and lovers will hold strong opinions TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Recent social disagreements may cause silent tensions between friends. Refuse, however, to be drawn into the dramatic needs of others Loved ones will need to set their own emotional pace. Unexpected news or messages from !he past may arrive without warning. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Facts, f i gures and i mportant docu ments may lead to valuable financial opportunities Watch legal permissions, fast announcements and revised investment sehemes for promising Some Geminis may also receive a unique social request from a public figure CANCER (June 22-July 22). Friends and colleagues will expect fair treatment or public recognition. Minor disagreements can be quickly resolved by ensuring a high level of group acceptance. Respect, social belonging and earned workplace rewards are vital issues; stay balanced and wait for others to offer bold s i gnals. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Bosses or managers may reveal a com plicated series of past mistakes Numbers, financial calculations and important documents will prove necessary for lasting success Listen carefully to new instructions but avoid taking on extra duties; precise facts and renewed dedication will suffice. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Someone close may ask for delicate advice concerning a family dispute. Repeated patterns, delayed decisions and social disapproval may all be at issue Change, although controversial, is healthy; encourage independent thinkjng and creative solutions. Workplace routines may need to be adjust ed for newly arriving colleagues or bold policy proposals LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Romantic and family promises may be especially demanding Expect loved ones to be moody emotional ly distant or briefly unresponsive. Rer.nain cautious, however and expect long-term requests to < be revealed Social invitations will increase Don't hesitate to become enmeshed. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). After lengthy discussions, loved ones may still be relying on misinformation. Private messages may be unreliable or strained Areas affected are verbal promises from close relatives, event planning or mistaken dates and times Stay inwardly focused on the truth and wait for calm acceptance. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Emotional triangles may be draining. Respond quickly to pointed questions or sudden over tures for your loyalty. Although highly complex, ongoing disagree ments will be resolved Remain cautious, however, and avoid last minute social invitations. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). VIvid Intuitions and sudden glimpses of wisdom are continuing themes Unique forms of spiri tualism, social expansion and renewed trust In long-term promises are all accented. Ask probing questions and respond quickly to the Inner voice; your first instinct will prove accurate. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19): Unexpected Invitations may trigger giddy excitement. Watch for prevlously absent or distant friends to return to the group. Stay alert and walt for obvious sig nals; private Issues of social identity or bothersome family disputes will no longer strain key relationships. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). The group may scrutinize private attractions Expect a close friend or lover to push for renewed promises or complex public commitments. Respond quickly and expect honesty in return: powerful sentiments may be Involved. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1 Blood D i amond, W arne r Bros R 2. The Pur sui t o f Happynes s Sony P i c tur es, PG-13 3 Happy Feet, Warner Bros., PG 4 Eragon, 20th Century Fox, PG 5 Casino Royale, Sony Pictures, PG-13 6. Rocky Balboa, MGM, PG 7 Children of Men, Universal Pictures, R 8. The Holiday Sony Pic tures, PG-13 9. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, 20th Century Fox, R 10. Stranger Than Fiction, Sony Pictures, PG-13 TOP POP ALBUMS 1 Let It Go, Tim McGraw, Curb 2 Now 24, Various artists EMI/Sony BMG/Univer-sai/Zomba 3. Buck the World, Young Buck, G-Unit 4 Konvicted, Akon, Konvict!Upfront!SRC/Universal Motown 5 Music is My Savior Mims, Capitol 6. Daughtry, Daugtrtry, RCA 7 Introducing Joss Stone, Joss Stone, Virgin 8 Good Morning Revival, Good Charlotte, Daylight/Epic 9. Como Ama Una Mujer, Jennifer Lopez, Epic 10. Rocket Man : Number Ones, Elton John, Chronicles/Rocket/Island/Mer cury TOP POP SINGLES 1 Don't Matter, Akon, Konvict/Upfront/SRC 2 The Sweet Escape Gwen Stefani, featuring Akon, lnterscope 3. Glamorous, Fergie, featur ing Ludacrls, wlll.l.am/A&M 4 This Is Why I'm Hot, Mims, Capitol 5. Beautiful Liar, Beyonce and Shakira, Columbia 6. Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, RCA 7. Cupid's Chokehold, Gym Class Heroes, featuring Patrick Stump, Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic 8. It's Not Over, Daughtry, RCA 9 What Goes Around ... Comes Around, Justin Timberlake Jive 10. Last Night, Diddy, featur ing Keyshla Cole, Bad Boy Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1 B'Day ... ..... ............ . ......... . ................. ............................. Beyonce 2. Get Money Stay True ...... .............................................. Paul Wall 3. Timbaland Presents Shock Value ... ........................... Timbaland 4. Buck The World ........................... .... ...................... ... Young Buck 5. NOW 24 ................... ... ................... .... .................... Various Artists 6. Street Love ....... ... . ........................... .................................. Lioyd 7. Konvicted ......................... ............ ....................................... Akon 8. Luvanmusiq .............. ....... ................................. Musiq Soulchild 9. Music Is My Savior .............................................................. Mims 1 o. Rich Boy ....................................................................... Rich Boy 11. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................ RobinThicke 12. FutureSex/LoveSounds ................................ Justin Timberlake 13. Southern Comfort ......................................... Anthony Hamilton 14. Veteran ....................... ..... ... .. ......................... Marques Houston 15. Red Gone Wlld ............................................................... Redman 16. I Need Mine $$ ....................................................... ......... UI' Flip 17. V2 ... ........................ ....................... ......................... ......... J Moss 18. Back To Black ................................................ : .. Amy Winehouse 19. In My Songs ........................................................... Gerald Levert 20. lntroducng Joss Stone ............................................. Joss Stone Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Lost Without You .................................................... Robin Thicke 2. Buddy ................................................................... Musiq Soulchild 3. I'm A Fllrt .......... Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and T-Pain 4. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappln') .......... T-Pain Featuring ..... Yung Joe 5. Don't Matter ...................................... .................................... Akon 6. This Is Why I'm Hot. ......................... .. ................................... Mims 7. Like A Boy ................. ............................................................ Ciara 8. Rock Yo Hips ......................... CIrne Mob Featuring Ul Scrappy 9. Because Of You....................... .. ................................ Ne-Yo 1 o. Last Night. .................................. Diddy Featuring Keyshla Cole 11. 2 Step ..................... .. .................... . ... ......... ---................... Unk 12. Please Don't Go ......... ................ .... ..................... ............... Tank 13. Pop, Lock & Drop lt. ...... ................................ .. ... ........... Huey 14. You ................. ................................. Lioyd Featuring Lll' Wayne 15. Poppln' ................... .................. Chrts Brown Featuring Jay Biz 16. Throw Some D's .... ........... Rich Boy Featuring Polow Da Don 17. Ice Box ............................................................................ Omarion 18. Outta My System ............... Bow Wow Featuring Polow Da Don 19. Get It Shawty .................................. ................................... Lioyd 20. When I See U .................................................................. Fantasla --Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Albums 1. Get Money Stay True ...................................................... Paul Wall 2. Buck The World .... : .................................................... Young Buck 3. 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2007 Human Rights Walk-A-Thon On April 7, 2007 The 2007 Human Rights Walk-A-Thon was held in St. Petersburg at North Straub Park. Admission to the event was free, and several area groups attended. (Photos By Sylvester Harris) Representing the Chaka Khan Art Club from Urban, Florida were dancers: Terri Hunnicutt, Brittney Hunnicutt, Marqueta Branch, and director Jayne Annie Laster. THE GUILFORD ACADEMY OF DANCERS GROUP Dr. C. L. Kennedy speaks to the cr"owd of human rights an. d the lack thereof. ctt ". ', walkathor:-First Lady Yolanda Kennedy with plaque is awarded "Outstanding Contributions," as she stands with members of Glorious: (L To R) R. Harris, J. Kennedy, S. Kennedy, Y. Tramel, Yolanda Kennedy, L. Lewis, and R Sneed. The starting line of the Human rights Walk-A-Thon. Attending the event were (left, rear), Minister Louis Muhammad and Nation of Islam Muhammad's Mosque #95 Believers. Special guests attending the were: Andri K. (lnte1national Artist), Amanda Amb,rose (Founder And Jazz singer-Ebony Awakening). Stephame Hamilton, and Len Irons.

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..... 0 0 N LOCAL 0 N :::! a: D. <( >= < Businessman Seeks Historic Designation For Building 0 When Huey Johnson pure i:i: chased his business at 1718 lL Main Street, he didn't know how old it was or it's historic background. He later discovered the building was 62 years old, and had been used for an array of businesses over the years. Johnson sought to get a loan to have the building restored, and contacted the Historic Preservation Com mission. They gave him news he wasn't prepared for. "I discovered the Historic -Pre-servation boundaries stopped at Fremont Street, less than half-a-block from my business. "I don't understand why they would stop them that short. Obviously, the North Boulevard Homes Public Housing Project should have fallen within those boundaries as well as the old Howard W. -Blake High e School building." ff: Johnson wants to see the 0 boundary extended to North Z Boulevard to the East. He < said he's seeking to have the boundaries extended so he 0 can qualify for a loan from f3 the HPC to get his building ::l restored. 1-"I think they are using the boundaries set in 1982, and W they should have been extended years ago. I plan to o go before the City Council to W see what-they can do." m Dennis Fernandez, HPC ::J Administrator, said he's m aware of Johnson's request, and the business is o ne block z out of what's deemed as a i= National Registered District. W "For the loan Mr. _, _, ;:) m I _, This is the building Huey Johnson wants restored as a Historic Landmark by the HPC. Johnson is seeking, he'd have to be within the existing boundaries. They are typically set up with what is considered to be historic West Tampa. The boundaries were established by the National Park Service, not the City of Tampa." Fernandez said the city has been liberal in interpret ing what is historic and they say any building 50 years or older "Mr. Johnson's building qualifies as far as the age factor is concerned, but isn't within the boundaries for the type of loan he's seeking. I've given Mr. Johnson other resources he can contact to possibly get the kind of assis tance he's looking for." Fernandez said City Council doesn't have any control over the boundaries. "To get the boundaries extended, the National Park Service would have to have the entire area resurveyed, and that process isn't done with regularity "Mr. Johnson could apply as an individual registered site, but that still wouldn't qualify him for the loan." ''We (the HPC) could redes ignate the area as a local his toric district, but that would involve community groups, the HPC, the City Council, and Planning Commission being involved. That process hasn't been initiated by any one at this time." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or-e-mailed at leon@flsen tinel.com. w z w C/) <( 0 a: 0 _, Hillsboroogh Col Florida llllY HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Green Certification Workshop lL Y N W . Environmentally-Sound Pradlces ForProper1y, Facility and Real Estate Managers, Leasing Agents, Janitorial Companies and Related 5ervlce Providers May1,2007 8:00AM-1:00PM Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore 2225 North Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33607 Topics Include Waste Reduction; General and Electronics Recycling; the "Leadership In and Energy Deslgnn (LEED) Program; Construction & Demolition Materials; and Green Cleaning and Maintenance for Buildings. FREE EVENT Pre-registration required by April 26 .. .. Please call the Solid Wciste Management Department at 813-272-5680. ContlnentallreakfaltandluffetLuncheontponiOredby: .,--/ Bible College Announces Appointment OfNewDean MIN. GEORGE BERRY Minister George "Coach" Berry of Victory Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, Evangelism/Outreach Pastor, and retired Berkley Prep coach, has been appointed Dean of Students of this nationally accredited Bible College by the Board of Trustees, headed by Archbishop, Dr. David A. Jones. Min Berry said: ''There are two immediate challenges that face the NonDenominational Bible College effecting the survival of this now 10-year-. old institution of Biblical learning, student ment and retention, which can only be accomplished by establishing a strong training partnership with local and national pastoral support. Cost of providing quality educational prqgrams has forced many small colleges such a s this one to close their doors when charitable donors and community organizational support can!lot be effectively garnered." More information about the curriculum offered can be gained by contacting Dr. Rosemary C. Johnson, V.P., Registrar by emailing blessedhope3415@veri.: zon.net. For upcoming, past events and additional information visit blessedhopebiblecollege.org. , "Equipping the Saints;'; the slogan of Blessed Hope Bibl e College, has gra-du.ated over 80 converted incarcerated individuals through the vanous scholarship programs and prison ministry, according to the president, Dr Elliot Johnson. "Correspondence, home study courses and preparation for ministry have seen the fulfillment of many student personal goals but as important we have guided a numher of students to the accomplishment of acquiring a proud of. We welcome any suppoitanindividual or organization can lend." W e are please d to announce a senior final expense life insurance plan to help pay what the Government Lump Sum Death Benefit does not pay for your final expenses. At present, that benefit is limited to $255.00, if you qualify. This senior plan may pay 100% of all funeral expenses not paid by the Government Lump Sum Death Be n e fit, up to $50,000 for each person covered. 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/fEll IT. TRMPR BRY By Fran keene, Fauors-Daniels Happy BirthdayApril Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! David Jones on April 20, Bridget DeLaughter on April 21, Jimmy Jiggetts on April 22, Carol Stewart on April 23, Jessica Blue and Noah Keaton on April 24, Pastor Juanita Larry Riley and Alicia Owens on April 25 and Makaylah Latson on April 26. Belated birthday greetings to Mrs. Willie Monroe on April 13, and to her daughter Mrs. Gloria Crosby on April 18. Many happy returns of the day! Miss Teenage Tampa Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will present the 37th Annual Miss Teenage Tampa of AKA on Sunday, April 22, 2007,@ 5:00 p.m. The theme is: "Elegance in Shades of Pinll". It will be held at The Tampa Convention Center, 333 S. Franklin Street. For additional information, please call (813) 657-0480. Mrs. Deidre R. Jones is General Chairperson; Mrs. Yvette R. Hall is Cp-Chairpcrson. Mrs. Gwendoiyn W. Myers is President: Fashion Extravaganza The Hospitality Ministry .of Mt. Olive.AM.E. Church, 1747 W. LaSalle Street will present a Fashion Extravaganza -on Sunday, April 22;2007,@ 4:00 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Church's Building Fund. Please contact Mt. Olive AME Church Administration Office @ !813) 254-5045 for additional information. The Reverend James Givins is Pastor. 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. 60th Anniversary Celebration Tampa Aluinnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., celebrated their 60th Anniversary -of dedication to community service in the Tampa Bay area during a three-day event, which occurred last weekend, on April 13-15, 2007. Their theme: "Diamonds and Pearls A Renaissance of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow", reflected their tenacious diamond like commitment through six decades to empower young ladies to achieve their hopes and dreams. Friday, April 13, 2007 con sisted of a relaxing evening of smooth jazz with local artists: City Groove, 15 year old Saxophone Sensation BK Jackson, and national recording artist Pieces of a Dream, who hail from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Diamonds and Pearl Anniversary Luncheon was held on Saturday morning, and featurLd actress Sheryl Lee Ralph as guest speaker. The actress is best known for hl'r ,,.;!rk in Broadway produc tion .; such as Dreamgirls. She is an honorary member of the SororitY. Dr. Paulette C. Walkei introduced Ms. Ralph. WTSP. Television News Reginald Roundtree served ns Master of CeJ'l'lllonils. Special greet-. ings delivPJ'ed by Dr. Louise C. Rice, the National President and Cynthia R. Boyd, thl Southern Regional RAP Luncheon Cruise Director of Delta Sigma Theta Retired And Proud is a Sorority, Inc. Dr. Marian group of dynamic retirees in Lauria-Davis, President of the Tampa Bay. area whose Tampa AI umnae Chapter mission is relax and enjoy spoke words of welcome and life. You are invited-join RAP;;,. made prP.sentations. Other (Retired And' Pro.ud),for a1 program participants includdining cru.ise luncheon on ed: Dr. Chonta Haynes, Friday, April 27, 2007, at Sandra Quince, Lori noon. This activity will take Bassett-Sharrieff, Joanell place aboard Yacht STAR-Lawson, and Karen Beard. SHIP of Tampa, 223 South Congratulations Deidra 12th Street. Please be prompt. Nicole Goodwin, 2007 Miss The yacht will sail on time! Jabberwock of Tampa Please contact Carol Alumnae Chapter : Delta Whitter, Activities Chair-Sigma Thl'ta Sorority! man @ (81S) 964-8108, or Deidra is the daughter of Chauncey Crenshaw, Vice Orlando and Shirley President @ (813) 929-3532, Goodwin. She iz.; an eighth by April 20, 2007, for tickets grade student at Randa)] and additional information. Middle School, who aspires to To lea.rn 'more about the become a classical musician. group, visit their \yebsite Crowned she retired-n-proud.com. emerged v1ctonous from a Mr. 'Bob Samuels is group of eight contestants President. who participated in White Rose Luncheon The Tampa Chapter of 'fhe Linlls, Incorporated will present their biennial White Rose Jabberwock 2007: A Harlem Tea. Deidre distinguished herself with n phenomenal violin performance Ml 11hc pre sented her talent. during thq COLUMN 'T1 :c 0 competition. Attendees donned dressy casual attire, including hats and gloves reminiscent of the Harlem Renaissance. "The Uptown Girls", led by Alicia R. Warren, sponsored Deidra Goodwin. Tyriq McCord escorted her. The Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., 60th Anniversary Committee consisted of: Dr. Marian Lauria-Davis, President, Karen Beard, 3rd Vice President, Joanell Lawson, Chairperson, Lori BassettSharrieff and Sandra Quince, Co-Chairpersons. Charter members, Eula Bennett and Mary Bunch also served as Honorary Chairpersons of the activity. Sherri Day-Phillips and Shekita Gresham were CoChairpersons of Jabberwock 2007. Lawson and family in the loss of his mother, Mrs. )> Grace Lawson, of St. 'tJ :c Petersburg. Additional contestants were: Kayla Marie Brown, daughter of Willie and Karen Beard; Kystalanna P. Cruz, the daughter of Richard and Sandra Cruz; Aviance 0. Gilley, daughter of James and Barbara Green; Aryn Kiah Haynes, the daughter Drs. Eric and Chonta Haynes; Alexis N. Jackson, daughter of Patricia Jackson and Alexander Williams, Sr.; Lena Peters, daughter of Shelaine Peters and Chavon Tashay Watkins, daughter of Kermie and Catina Beasley. 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LOCAL Summit Will Tackle Health Issues Facing Minorities Local Bar Association To Issue Scholarships At Banquet BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer An upcoming summit will tackle health disparities currently facing AfricanAmericans and other minorities in the State of Florida. The Florida Department of Health will be hosting its Minority Health Disparities Summit on May 16 -1 8. The summit will help tackle several health problems that affect African-Americans like diabetes, cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, Cardiovascular Health and heart failure. The Minority Health Disparities Summit will be held at the Embassy Suites I Tampa Convention Center located at 333 S. Franklin Street. For more information, please call (850) 245-4444 Ext. 2035. "A large percentage of Florida residents are minori ties, and many of them face the same health problems amongst each of their respective races," said Thometta Cozart, Summit Coordinator. "The goal of SHERYL LEE RALPH Keynote Speaker for Minority Health Disparities Summit this summit is to take action so that these health issues don't keep reoccurring amongst minorities." Award-winning actress, singer and producer, Sheryl Lee Ralph will speak on Saturday, May 17th. She will give an inspirational message about the chal-lenges related to HIVIAIDS There will also be health experts and spe.akers from throughout the State of Florida addressing different health issues that effect minority women "Mrs. Ralph has shown an amazing dedication to increasing AIDS awareness. She is the celebrity spokesperson for the National Minority AIDS Council. We're confident she will provide an informative and motivating message about this disease that is effecting so many people," said Cozart. "Our theme for this year's summit is improving minority health through education, and we believe we can help people throughout the state if they have the information and resources that they need." The Minority Health Disparities Summit will be held at the Embassy Suites I Tampa Convention Center located at 333 S Franklin Street. For more information, please call (850) 245-4444 Ext. 2035. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Four local high school students will receive college scholarships from the George Edgecomb Bar Associatio n (GEBA) at their 24th Annual Scholarship Banquet. Seniors Shannoitt Humphrey, Gloria Longin and Jervonie Forde, all from Alonso High, will receive cash awards. Sowad Fator, a freshman at Sickles High, will receive a pre-paid tuition scholarship. "We are very selective about the students that receive the scholarships. Each of these young people have their own experiences of how they have overcome obstacles, and have excelled academically," said Julie Sneed, president of the George Edgecomb Bar Association. "This is a distin guished group of young peo ple, and we're confident that all of them will go on to great things." The GEBA Scholarship Committee reviewed approxi mately 45 applications for the scholarships, and selected 10 finalists. Fator, Forde, Longin and Humphrey were selected from among the finalists. "It's a very rigorous process to receive a GEBA scholar-JULIE SNEED President, George Edgecomb Bar Association ship, and these young people deserve it," said Sneed. Charles Ogletree, Jr., a Harvard Law professor, will be the keynote speaker for the Scholarship Banquet. Fred Hearns, the City of Tampa's Director of Community Affairs, will receive GEBA's Francisco Rodriquez award for his service to the Tampa community. Sen. Arthenia Joyner and Atty. Delano Stewart are past recipients of the award. This year's banquet will be held on Monday, April 30th at the Hyatt Regency Downtown located at Two Tampa City Center beginning at 5:40 p.m. Please email Kamilah Perry at kamilah,perry@phelps.com for more information, or to purchase tickets. Trust one of America's best in orthopedics to get you back on your feet -. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named to U.S News & World Report's -list of Best Hospitals in Orthopedics, 2005 and 2006. And that's not all. TGH was also named the 2006/2007 Consumers' Choice for HeaHh Care in .Tampa Bay." Our dedicated team of physicians, nurses, physician assistants and physical and occupational therapists provides comprehensive orthopedic care -ranging from diagnosis to treatment Whether you've broken a bone or need total joint Tampa General is there. Tampa General Hospital 'h'lt 2 Colum b ia Drive Tarnpn FL 33606 8 1 3 8 4 4 7qoo www l n h .o rg Ffn d er Phys i cian R e ferra l Se rvice 8008 2 2 DOCS Trusted fer our 11p1rtlll Cho11n for our / ., ::D c )> "'0 ::D r N 9 N c c "".J -"TI r 0 :!! tJ) m z -f z m r;a:l c r r m :j z c m !: en ::1: m c m < m -< -f c m en c ?< )> z c "TI :a a ?<

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During a d istrict competition last year, she set r ecords in the 100 meter hurdles and as Penny .Clardy stands with daughter, Shaniqua, holding her awards for African American Achievement and the President's A ward. a member in the 4X100 relays "I am very proud of my daughter," said Ms. Clardy. "Sh e has speed on the fields and skills in the classroom, and that's all a mother could ask for. In spite of her achievements, she remains grounded and understands she still has a way to go. Shaniqua has also received an African American Achievement Award, and most recently, the President's Award for Outstanding Achievement. Shaniqua is looking f orward to her freshman year at Wesley Chapel High School, and wants to be a true inspiration to all young ladies with dreams and goals. Her father, Robert D. Hill, instilled passion in his daughter to achie v e, and her mother gave the strength to never accept failure. "I think my daughter is a true role model, and I hope she will inspire her little sister, Raven, and continue to make her grandmother, Geneva Rogers, very proud, said Ms. Clardy." HCC Graduation May 7, 2007 The 38th Annual Commencement Exercise o f Hillsborough Community College w ill be h eld on Monday, May 7, 2007 in the Tampa Convention C enter. The processiona l will begin at 7 p m in the East Exhibit Hall. This year's commence m e n t speaker w i ll b e Dr. Patricia Stanley, Deputy Ass i s t ant Secretary U S D epartment of Educ a tion Office of Voca tional and Adult Education. Approx imately 500 student s participate in the ceremony each year. HCC is accredite d b y the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA, 30033-4097, 404-679-4501) t o award associate degrees, diplomas and c e r t ificates. 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1"-0 0 N 0 C'll .J a: n. < c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c U) w :::::) .... w > w c w ::J: U) ::; m :::::) n. z i= w .J ..J :::::) m I ..J w z i= z w U) <(' c a: 0 ..J u. 0 I co w Polk County _ews 16th Anniversary Of Pastor HenrY L. Simmons And Wife_ Pastor Henry L. Simmons and wife, Mrs. Carolyn Henderson Simmons celebrate d their 16th anniversary last month as the First Family of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Piant City The anniversary theme was: "A Faithful Pastor Following God's Unfailing Faithfulness. Guest churches were: New Bethel Progressive M. B Church, Tampa, Rev. Reginal Webb, Pastor; Bethel M B. Church, Plant City, Evangelist Emmett L. Wiseman, Pastor, and New Jerusalem M B Church, Lakeland, Rev. Dr. Jimmie L. Downing, Pastor. Mistresses of ceremonies for the different services and escorts were: Gloria Green, Patricia Cromartie, Diania Ashley, Deacon Anthony Thomas and Deaconess Vanessa Thomas, Brother Terry Thomas and Sister Anita Thomas and Brother Mario Hicks and Sister Brittany Thomas. Participants on the various programs were Wanda Lucas, Deaconess Marjorie Cooper, Dea. Leonard Thomas, and Sister Genevieve Gardner, Youth Choir, Choir #3, Deacon Stephen Burnett, Sister Mildred Dawson. Rev. Simmons gave remarks after each service. A Tampa native, Rev. Simmons is a Librarian Supervisor of tl\e Lakeland Public Library. He has several affiliations and most recently received the 2007 Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Award from the Plant City Improvement League. He is the father of 2 children, Kimberly and Henry, Jr. Sis. Mildred Dawson, Chair Anniversary Committee. Mistress of Ceremonies, Songtress Diane Ashley, member of Mt. Moriah M. B. Church. Presenting monetary gifts to Rev. Simmons, Dea. James McDaniel, Finance Committee. Oldest member, Sis. Ella Bennett, 96-years-young, sporting a beautiful red hat, shown with the Simmons. Hospitality Committee, Sis. Gail Ellls, Chairperson, Deaconess Janell Johnson and Alma Lewis and members, Sister Betty Wright, April Bumett, Olivia MitChell and Sylvia Sullivan. Guest Pastor -Dr. Jimmie L Downing, New Jerusalem M. B. a;; Church, Lak;eland, and Rev. Henry Simmons. . '.

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Gabbing MthGioria 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 April Birthdays April birthday greetings to the following celebrants. Pil.n-im Rest F. W. Baptist Church Mr. Horace L. Willis, a loyal member, celebrates his natal day this month. Bishop Henry Rodmon is the Pastor. New Jerusalem M. B. Church Dr. J. L. Downing, Pastor, and members, avid Florida Sentinel supporters, send birthday accolades to: John Bryant, Lora Borders, James Godfrey, Dr. Bernice Evans, Christine Joe, Willie Border and George Fleming. Anniversary Celebrants Happy anniversary to Dr. Jimmie L. and Lady Sheryl Downing, April 13, 2007. '.fhe Downings :will their 33rd of bliss. Dca. Hardie and Mrs. Bar'bara Sykes, Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Annie Gilmore, Dea. Edward and Mrs. Nadena Everson, Mr. Kamau and Mrs. Erma Byrd, Mr. Gilbert and Mrs. Omelia Barnun, Mr. David and Mrs. Lorraine Donaldson, Mr. James and Mrs. Evon Knight and Mr. Willie and Mrs. Essie Fax. (863) 687 3409 Anthony. 4th Annual Spring Banquet The 4th Annual Spring Banquet at Pilgram Rest F. W. Baptist Church will be .held on April 21, 2007, at 6:30 p m. at the Dr. H J. Rodman Life Center. This annual event is very much inspirational and joyful to all who have and will be attending, the spiritual and colorful Spring affair. Tickets are available. Your Truly will be there with her trusty cam era. Homegoing Celebration A homegoing celebration for Mr. Wilson Keith was held Saturday, April 7, 2007 at 3 p. m. from The Sixth Street Church of Christ, with Elder Maurice Davis, officiating. Wilson was born on February 8, 1936. He had family ties in Tampa, was a well-known fixture at a local Amoco Station in Lakeland. I:Ie was.baptized on February 14, 1988 at The Sixth Street Church of Christ, where he se1-ved faithfully until illness retired him from his duties. He married his faithful wife, Priscilla, on March 31, 1988, and 19 years of love and dlvotion ended on April 3, 2007 He is survived by: his wife, Priscilla; children, Yolanda Keith (Wayne) of Lakeland, Adria Cole (Elijah) of Marietta, GA, William Will Be Published: Fridav, Mav 44 ..., Deadline For Greetings: M8V 2nd (NO EXCEPTIONS) Cost: SOC Per Word i' $10/$20 For Photo / NO CHECKS PLEASE VIsit Our Office At: 2207 2111 Ave. For More Info Call Betty @248 Goldwire (Vanessa) of Winter Haven, Byron Goldwire of Lakeland, and Betty Delmoral of Lakeland; mother, Georgia Keith; brother, Nathaniel Keith; sisters, Virginia Bing of Ft. White, and Annie D. Keith of Jacksonville; sister-in-law, Mary Gilliard (Thomas) of Tampa; parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William (Pat) FAMILY REUNION T-SHIRTS BUSINESS T -SHIRTS PHOTO T-SHIRTS MEMORIAL T -SHIRTS CUSTOM T -SHIRTS Harvey, Marianna and Richmond Myrick, Sr. of r-----------::7=-.:0::-::0f.:"""':'------------. Tampa; grands, other rela-0 tives, The Sixth Street For children who have a parent who does Church of Christ Family and time in prison, 70% are more likely to follow in friends who wili cherish his their parents footsteps. memory. B reak the cycle. Find a mentor. Progress ional Missionary & Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida The Progressive Missionary & Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc. was held March 19-23, 2007, in Lakeland. The host church was First Baptist Inst. Church where Dr. Alex Harper, Sr. is pastor. The faithful and dedicated members of the above named church worked untiringly to welcome delegates, families and visitors to the this Progressive M&E State Convention, Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Presicient. Members with 50 or more years of service at this proclaimed church are: Sisters Freddie Adams, Lillie Davis, Rosa Davis, Annie Griffin, Mildred Hawks, Paris Hill, Marie Lewis, Lillie Littles, Gladys Livingston, Lillian McCalpin, Ossic McCoy, Bessie McLeod, Margaret Thompson, Annie White, Gertrude Williams and Sylvia Woodson; Brothers Gene Adams, Eddie White, Sr., and George White; Deacons Robert Fields and James Johnson. Spring Conference The Women's Ministry of Greater St. Paul M. B I. Church, Inc. will be hosting their seventh annual Spring Conference on Sat.urday, April 21, 2007, in the Dr. N S. Sanders Fellowship and Life Center. The theme this year is "My Heart Christ's Home" and dynamic Christinn women will encourothers to examine the rooms of thicr heart, making sure that Christ holds the key to each one. The conference will run from 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and a small registration fee of $10 includes a continental break fast, workshop materials, and door prizes for selected participants. All interested women from the 'community are invited to share in this event. Come and be blessed. Sis. Margaret Palmore, Women's Ministry Leader, and Dr. N S. Sanders, Pastor. Sign up your child for a Big Brother or Big Sister. It could make a positive change in their life. Call Big Brothers Big Sisters. of Tampa Bay 863.682.5191 or visit I I I I I I I I I Big Brothers Big Sisters ofTampa Bay FR& FOOD AND OPEN BAA AVAII.AilE WITH PURCHASE Of VP FROM llPM TO 12AM IN THE UPPR LEVEL Of THE Ct.UI T1CICn $200 CONTEST FOR BEST DRESS IN 70'S SPECIAl. INVJltD COMEI*N GUm MONEY MIKE AND "MEECH DOGG DOORS OPEN AT 8PM LADIES DRINK FREE UNTlL 11PM GUYS 241 DRINKS UN11L 11PM I Nnmt: 1 I Mnlllng Addrtss: I : City: Stilt: ZIJ>: I I I I _6 Months -S.J.J _I S8'7 I I I 1 1\lnil Or Bring l'o: I L 2207 E. 2 ht. 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. POLK COUNTY NEWS Progressive M&E State Convention Convenes In Lakeland-Lady Vanessa Banks, Mrs. March Harper and Mildred Jackson. By GLORIA L. JENNINS a scholarship in music while attending Polk Junior The Progressive MissionCollege. She served for 20 ary and Education State years as pianist for local Convention of Florida con-Winter Haven churches vened in Lakeland. All sesbefore becoming the full time sions were held at New senior directress at the New Bethel AME Church except Beulah M. B. Church, the Senior Women's session, Haines City and Directress which was held at St. Paul. of choirs at the First Baptist The session opened with a Institutional Church of musical program on Monday, Lakeland. March 19, 2007, at 7 p. m. Minister of Music Rev. Dr. with the h!?st pastor, Rev Ravel-Green is a native of Alex-Harper of First Lakeland and West Palm Baptist .Institutional Beach He graduated from Church, presiding. Rochelle High School, F AMU The Gospel Program was (B.A.) and Carver Bible under the direction of two College & Institute with his well-know n icons in Polk Doctorate of Divinity and County, Miss Emmaline Church Administration. He Doles, Directress and has also traveled the country Minister of Music, and Rev. with such artists as Shirley Dr. Ravel Green, a native Caesar, John P. Kee, of Lakeland. The talented Dorothy Norwood and a duo masterminded this host of other professional gospel extravaganza with in gospel and R&B. choirs from Polk County. As a boy is music career There were 100 or more was greatly inspired by his "' voices who rendered contem-grandmother/musician Mrs. porary gospel hymns of long Adelene Taylor, his god ago, classical gospel songs moth rIco n fi dan t, and negro spirituals, that we Madelynne Brooks, Rev. seldom hear now. G. I. Bradley, and of course Participating voices came the Pilgrim Rest Church froin: New Bethel of Winter, Choirs and Church Family. Havefi( New Mt. Zion and He also gives 50% to the Harmony of Lakeland, New man that .taught him to Beulah of Haines City, Mt. walk, renowned Gilboa of Bartow, Galilee of musician/pianist, Mr. J. B. Ft. :tyfeade. First M. B Miller. He is currently Church ,and St. John of Minister ofMusic at the New Winter Haven, Bethel Beulah M B Church, Baptist of Mulberry, First Haines City. Also organist Baptist Inst. Of Lakeland, for the First Baptist and New M. B. of Institutional, Lakeland and Lakeland, New Bethel AME the New Bethel M. B. of Lakeland, and True Church, Winter Haven. Holiness Tabernacle of The program participants Winter Haven. were: Rev. Raiford Miss Emmaline Doles is Harper, Rev. Joseph a native of Winter Haven. Martin, Mildred She attended the School of Hawk, Gow Fields (City of the Arts in Music 2 1/2 Lakeland Commissioner), years iil. Newark, New Birdsong Emma also received (Mayor), Rev. Ravel Green Rev. Adrian Williams, Mulberry, soloist sang, "Something Good For Me". (Soloist), Ann Darby, Mildred Jackson, Sis. Josephine Howard, Mother Viola Johnson, Rodger Boatner (Lakeland Chief of Police), Rev. E. T. Pickett (President of Ministerial Alliance, Lakeland), Bob English (Chairman of Polk County Commissioners), Margaret Mrs. March Harper, Host Lady, Sis. Elizabeth Rozier, and daughter. Mrs. Vanessa Banks, Dr. Banks, and member of the President's cabinet. Lofton (Chairman of Polk Willie Gatlin, Sis. County School Board), Johnson, Sis. Wylene Major Bryant Grant (Rep . Kimbrough, Rev. E. P. Polk Count Sheriff Epps, Dec. John Cobbs. Department), Sis. Mildred Sis. Marie L. Anderson, Jackson, Little Miss Sis Barbara Wright, Janelle Doles, Bro. Claude Holmes, Monique Robert Bond (soloist), Rev. Mincey. Kathryn Jessie Adrian Williams, Sis. (soloist), and Rev. Josephine Howard, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Joseph Martin, Dea. President. REPOS, WE DON'T CARE! FORECLOSURE, WE DON'T CARE! HOSPITAL BILLS, WE DON'T CARE! NEED A CAR, WE CARElli Visit Us At: www.bondautoeast.showauto.com Next To Family Oolar Store Between 50th & 4oth St. 4912 E. Hillsborough Ave., East Tampa Location The Real Wholesale Center 'TI :a c )> "tJ !! r N !=' N 0 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 i s hereby g iv en that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on May 2, 2007, at 9:00a. m. to hear the below listed cases which are in v i olation 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 w ill be held in City Counc il Chambers 3rd F loor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy B lvd., Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these 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 respeet to any matter considered at the meeting or hea ri ng 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 # 06-08408 BARRICK LESLIE SCOTT 1002 E CAYUGA ST TAMJ;'A, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 19-232, ?7-140, 27-133 GONZALEZ SIMON SUB LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 2 172126 0000 CASE# 06-12092 QUINONES OSCAR E 1107 E RIVER COVE ST, 1/2 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50,19-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONWBLOCK65 146973 0000 CASE t# 06-12467 QUINONES OSCAR E 1105 E RIVER COVE ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49,19-50 19-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONWBLOCK65 146973.0000 . CASE I# 06-12822 LARKINS JAMES AND MARY A 2401 E CAYUGA ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49, 19-56, 19-232 EMMA HEIGHTS LOT 11 BlOCK 2 155045 0000 CASE t# 08-16778 . DAMIEN J TTEE TR AGREEMT DATED 8 2 06 TRUST 4108 N 30TH ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231,19-46 19-47 19-49 & 19-50,27-77 TABLE 4-1 ENGLEWOOD N 112 PF. LOTS 17 AND 18 BLOCK 16 155875 0000 .. CASE# 08 BURNS REGiNALD Case# 06-17130 Macon Damlen J Trustee Agreement 4102 N 30th St Tampa, Fl SECTIONS : 19 -23 1 19-47 19-49, 19-50 20.5 Englewood S Lots 17 and 18 Block 16 155876 0000 Case # 06-23949 Jackson Sandra Jackson Marilyn 5013 E Cluster Ave Tampa, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50 Hamner's WE George Wash ing ton Carver Sub Lot 5 Block 5 156995 0000 CASE t# 06-24944 JOHNSON WILLIE 3010 E GENESEE ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19-50 19-232 ENGLEWOOD EASTERN PORTION LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 17 1 !'i!'ift7ft noon CASE t# 06-25306 URSO ANGELO URSO ROSALIE 4182 E HILLSBOROUGH AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 27-138, 27-139, 19-236, 19-237 LOT BEG 50 FT N OF S E COR OF SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 AND RUN W 100FT N 50 FTW 50FT N 157FT E 150 FT & S TO BEG 152764 0000 CASE t# 08 28105 LARRY JAMES RANGE JAMES HENRY 1507 E NORTH BAY ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-231 19-233 & 19-234,19-49 BONITA LO T 4 BLOCK 18 158019.0000 3216 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL CASE# 08 26618 SECTIONS : 27-n TABLE 4.:'1 AND DAVIS ALVIN C 27-129,'19-47 19-491S:.5a 3201 E OSBORNE AV BELMONT HEIGHTS t TAMPA, FL lOT 5 .8LOCK 1.4 TOG wrrH A SECTION : 19 56 PORTION 'OF I,.OT 4 DESC AS OSBORN E AVENUE COM AT THE NE cOR OF LOT 5 SUBDIVISION BLK 14 AND PROCEED'S 0 DEG N 1/2 OF LOT 5 AND THE S 112 OF 4 MIN 34 SEC W A DIST. O F 18 00 LO T 6 LESS THEE 112 THEREOF Ft TO POB THN PROCEED N 90 156466.0000 DEG E A DIST o F 3 70 .. FT THN S i)' OEG 4 MIN 34 SEC W A OIST OF 72.00 F,:T TO TH E BEG OF A Uf{\/'E t:tAVING A RAO 3 70 FT AND A CHO BRG S 45 OEG 2 MIN 17 SEC W FO R A : OIST OF 5.24 FT WITH A DIST OF 5.82 ri THN N 0 OEG 4 MIN 34 SEC E A OIS"r: OF 75.70 FT TOPOB CASE t# 08-28828 KINN E Y ST EVE N KINNEY NEKEYLEA D. 2217 E 113TH AV TAMPA, FL: SECTIONS : 19-49,19 -231 SHERWOOD HEIGHTS UNIT NO 3 W 5 5 FT OF LOT 11 AND E 65 5 FT OF LOT 12 BLOCK 5 141083.0QOO CASE # 06-27356 ANABLE PAUL D A NAGLE AMY E E 3911 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 19-50 MARCHALONG E 114 OF LOTS 154246 0000 CASE # 06-27650 MSJ ENTERPRISES INC 3401 N NEBRASKA AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-236, 19-237 20 5 HOMESTEAD REVISED MAP WEST 100 FT OF S 53 FT OF LO T 12 BLOCK 6 173176.0000 CASE t# 06-27684 FEIGA CLIFTON TRUSTEE 1501 E PALIFOX ST TR 11.21.05 1501 E PALIFOX ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-56, 27-138, 27-246 MARIE HEIGHTS REV I SED PLAT LOT10 157803 0000 CASE tl 06-27844 BORDWELL PETER F TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47,19-49,19-76 TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION UNITN02 LOTS 29 AND 30 BLOCK 55 TAX DEED CERT 12650 140117 0000 CASE tl 08-28658 SPARROWHAWK JOHN P AND WANDAJ. 9303 N 21ST ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49,19-56 HILLSBORO HIGHLANDS MAP LO TS 23AN024 BLOCK 11145037 0100 CASE # 06 CONORY EDDIE L 2006 E HANNA AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50 WOODWARD TERRACE S 35 FT OF LOTS 2 AND 3 BLOCK B AND LOTS 3 AND 4 BLOCK E 150451.0000 CASE t# 08 ERVIN LAURI E ERVIN WILLIE L JR 1802 E Cracs St Tampa, Fl Sections : 19-48,19-47, 1 9-49, 19-50 E 9s"tt of W 452.5 ft of N 137.5 ft of NE %ofSW% 157059 0000 CASE I# 06-29712 D'E SOP NAOMI C VELEZ 1715 E COLUMBUS DR TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49, 19-SO & 1923 8 HADOOIII'S LOTS 197002.0000 CASE # 06-29713 D'ESOP NAOMI C VELEZ 1715 E COLUMBUS OR, 1/2 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19 -50 & 19-238 HADDON'S LOTS 197002 0000 CASE# 06-30147 DOO DAH LLC C/0 FRIED REED REG AGENT 2700 E NORTH BAY ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-4 7 19-49 19-50, 19-233,19-234 ENGLEWOOD LOT 29 BLOCK 14 155855 0000 CASE t# 06-30516 LOPEZ FEUX 1503 E 29TH AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-2 6 19-49 & 19-231 F RANQUI Z SUBDIVISION N 32 FT OF LOT 12 & N 1 4 FT OF S 17 FT OF E 32 FT OF LOT 12 AND W 112 OF ALLEY ABUTTING 172708.0000 CASE t# 06-30517 LOPEZFEUX 3515 N 15TH ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-231 FRANQUIZ SUBDIVISION N 32 FTOF LOT 12& N 14 FTOF S 17 FTOF E 32FT OF LOT 12 AND W 112 OF ALL E Y ABUTTING 1727 08 0000 CASE t# 06-30577 HILL Trustee SECTIONS 19 233. 19-234 Sanchez and Haya Real Estate Co's Revise d Map Lot 17 Block 8 187497 0000 CASE t# 06-30709 OKANISHI KAZUSHIGE 3415 E KNOLLWOOD ST TAMPA, FL Section 19-SA 3 & 4 19-233 19 234,19-46 19-47 19-49 & 19-50 RIVER GROVE ESTATES ADDITION LOT 10 BLOCK 11 1 51343.0000 Case# 06-31 094 Innovative Prop of Tampa Bay Inc c/o Reg Agt Carl T Watkins 2006 E Osborne Av, AlB Tampa, Fl SECT I ON : 27-77 Table 4-1 W 80 Ft of E 488 ft of N 150 Ft of S 175 ft of S 1/2 of SE Y. of Se Y. of NE 1/4 157142. 0000 CASE t# 06-31578 PEARS CHAO L. 8711 N MANDARINE PL, AlB TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 DRUID HILLS REviSED LO J 12 BLOCK 9 142315 0600 CASE t# 06 31936 ROLLE ARNOLD E AND LUVONEJ. 3515 E COMANCHE AV TAMPA, FL SEC T I ONS : 19-47, 19-49 BELMONT HEIGHT& NO 2 P.B 12 PG41 .. LOT264 152226 0300 CASE t# 06-32059 3107 E MARTIN LUTH ER KING BL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 COLLEGE HEIGHTS LOT4 BLOCK2 173671 0000 CASE t# 06-32169 FREEMAN FLOYD JR 6216 N 38TH ST TAMPA, FL Sections 19-47, 19-49, 19-50 CRANDALL 'S ADDITION TO BELMONT HEIGHTS LOT 14 AND N 112 OF LO T 15 152962.0100 CASE# 06-32187 SMITH M J TTEE TR # 59-9404214 KENNA FAMILY TRUST 4214 E SANDALWOOD C I, S TAMPA, FL Section 19-238 HILLCR EST ACRES LOT 17 BLOCK twO 142384 0000 . CASE t 06-29588 TODD J V AND EVA 10809 LEO ST TAMPA F L "' SECTION 19-49 \; TlLSEN MANOR SlcJBDIVISION A REPLAT OF BLOCK 15 LOT 1 BLOCK 15 '; 1412(?2. 0000 CASE t 06-32675 A T KINS RANDY . 8007 N 39TH ST FL Section 19-50 MORA SUBDIVISION ':', _.,.-. LO T 31 MORA SUB & N 10 F:T OF LOT1&N10FTOFW ,: 15 FT OF LOT 3 S UNRAY HiLLS SUB 153153.0000 . .:_.., ....... \ { ..

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING May 2, 2007 (CONTINUED) CASE # 06-32713 FORD KIMM. 1405 E JUNEAU ST TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION W 112 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 'h closed Alley Abutting Theron Block 7 145831.0000 CASE # 06-32720 CUEVAS EZEQUIEL Ill CUEVAS EZEQUIEL JR 8708 N 13TH ST, A/B 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 FT W 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 CASE# 07-00207 MOORE HOWARD C TTEE AKERY WM R TTE OF HOWARD C MOORE 1509 E NEW ORLEANS AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-56, 19-46,19-47 & 19-49, 27-77 TABLE 4-1 & 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 8401 N MULBERRY ST 149585.0000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46,19-49,19-50 CASE# 07-00498 SULPHUR HILL JONES FELICIA LOTS 21 AND 22 AND W 112 1715 E BIRD ST CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING TAMPA, FL THEREON BLOCK 8 SECTION 19-46, 19-49,19-50 145857.0000 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDI-TION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS CASE# 07-00134 E 112 OF LOTS 29 AND 30 PEDREGAL DOREEN E. 149593.0000 1708 E WATERS AV, A/B TAMPA, FL CASE# 07-00618 SECTIONS: 19-49,19-232 JOHNSON OSCAR AND WILlE P OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF 2617 E 38TH AV TAMPA, FL LOTS 355 AND 356 AND S 112 SECTION 19-49 & 231 CLOSED"ALLEY ABUTTING ENGLEWOOD THEREON LOT 8 BLOCK 14 145708.0000 155845.0000 NOTICE TO BIDDERS CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Citywide Job Order Contracts 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 306 E. Jackson Street. Tampa, Florida, there to be publicly opened in the order listed below and read aloud at the t1mes and dates appearing in the following table: Description Job Order Contract-Building 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-CB051007 JOC-AH051 007 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 contract pursuant to which the Contractor will perform an ongoing series of individual projects at different locations within 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 Adjustme11t Factor A separate Job Order will be 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. I The City reserves the right to nr\,it"1he number of contracts awarded to any contractor Bidders must attend a mandatory Pre-Bid Conference on April 25. 2007 at 9:00 AM and potentially up to 3:00 PM in the City of Tampa, Wastewater Collection Facility, 2609 North Rome Ave{lue, 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, T11mpa, 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 included 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 withSection 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 of Contract . The City of Tampa reserves the rlgh! to reject any q_call Bids and to waive any Informality in the Bid and/or Bid Bond. Acceptanat 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 for ninety (90) days from the date of opening. Dated: 4/20/07 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO. City of Tampa, Fl 308 E. Jackson St. Director of Purchasing Tampa_. FL 33802 ... 1 SUP.PORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) PORT SECURITY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY-PROJECT NO. 05007 PROCUREMENT DOCUMENT NO. P-001-07 "T1 :;o c )> _-< )> "0 r 1\,) 0 1\,) 0 0 Scope of Work -The work generally consists of providing routine """ maintenance and repair for all of the Tampa Port Authority's Security Systems, including but not limited to, access control systems, closed circuit television (CCTV)/camera surveillance systems, remote gate systems, security intercommunications systems, badging and ID systems, and fiber-optics and wireless security networks. All firms interested in becoming qualified. to participate in this RFP shall obtain a copy of the RFP Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, Florida 3360.2. Submittals are due by 2:00p.m. May 18, 2007. RFP Submittals shall include a letter indicating the Firm's interest and completion of the RFP Documents, including a Vendor's Qualification Questionnaire. Firms failing to. submit the required RFP Documents may be deemed non-responsive to the RFP. The RFP is available from the TPA's web site (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System. All firms interested in submitting their qualifications and experience to be considered for this Project must register with the TPA in order to receive any changes or addenda to the RFP Firms that obtain copies through the DemandStar System will be au1omatically registered. Upon review of the RFP responses, the TPA will shortlist at least three (3) or more firms deemed most qualified to meet the project requirements for oral presentations and final ranking by the Port's evaluation committee. The TPA will review and evaluate the firms based on the evaluation criteria contained within the RFP Documents, which includes teamqualification: experience; capabilities; adequacy of personnel; past performance and record; ability of professional and technical personnel; response time to emergency call outs; recent, current and projected workloads of the firms; volume of work previously awarded the firms by the Tampa Port Authority and local presence. "T1 r 0 en m z ::! z m r I a:J c r r m ::! z A Pre-Proposal Conference will be held at May 4, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. in the Engineering Conference Room located on the third ., floor, Tampa Port Au1hority, 1101 Channelside Drive. Tampa, Florida 33602. Firms interested in submitting on this .RFP are encouraged r to attend. en The Tampa Port Authority encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on its Projects. The TPA has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation. Firms must consider this when submitting on this project, as this will be considered by the TPA when receiving and evaluating the submittals. Firms shall submit a completed form SBE-1 which will provide the details of the Firms SBE Outreach Action Plan, and if less than the goal, submit Form SBE-1C, which will substantiate the good faith efforts made to include SSE's to the greatest extent possible. Firm's failing to submit a complete Form SBE-1 or document its efforts to meet or exceed the .target goal may be cause for determining the Firm non-responsive or non-responsible to the RFP. Questions concerning this RFP should be directed Donna Casey of the Tampa Port Authority's Procurement Department, at (813) 905-5044, or e-mail at dcasey@tampaport com, or faxed to (813) 905-5029. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 : . THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD .Al ' PUBLICATION DEADLINES: ... f Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p :m. . Friday Edition -.Tuesday@ 3:QO p.m .. Fax Your Ads 24/7 (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ::I: m c m < m -1 c m en c )> z c "' ' : 'Ill . .. .. .. FOR CONVENIENCE WE 'ACCEPT VISA, \' ):ii MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND t. DE. BIT CARD PAYMENT VIA h

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c ii: u.. c z <( c U) w ::::) w > w c w :::c U) ::::i m ::::t D.. z i= w ...J ..J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w U) <( c ii: 0 ...J u.. 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 :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, C ity Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these 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 Hear ing 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 W IDLEWILD AV. TAMPA, FL AGUIAR, JOSEPH PATRICEC SECTIONS 19-47,19 -231 & 19-233 103WEMMA ST 708 W HENRY AV, 1/2 CATHERINE CITY SUBDIVISION TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL LOT4 SECTIONS 19-47 ,19-49,2777 162484.0000 SECTION : 19-49 MEADOWBROOK TABLE 4 1,21.8 CASE# 06-19678 LOT203 IDLEWILD ON THE JOHNSON, LORETTA 165623 0000 HILLSBOROUGH 806 E LAMBRIGHT ST LOT 4 LESS N 310FT BLOCK 22 TAMPA, FL CASE # 06-31485 SUBJ TO EASEMENT TO SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 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 VILLA, BONNIEVENTURE AND DARCIE ET AL CASE# 06-21716 REVISED MAP & LARRY A FERNANDEZ BABCOCK, KEITH LOT4 BLOCK2 1812 W CLUSTER AV 4022 N MARGUERITE ST, AlB 168262.0000 TAMPA, FL TAMPA,FL SECTIONS 19-47, 19-49 19-56, SECTION 19-231, 19-49 19-238 BLACK'S W C SUBDIVISION CASE t 06-31688 LORRAINE ESTATES LOT2 BLOCK A PETERS, J DIRK LOT37 166391 .0000 6420 N CENTRALAV, AlB 102040 0000 TAMPA,FL CASE t 08-24987 SECTIONS 19-47, 19-236 & 19-237 CASE t 08-33015 ROGERS, HENRY DONALD 5807 N SUWANEE AV NORTH PARK WILLIAMS DRENNA TAMPA,FL LOT 144 103 E CLINTON ST TAMPA,FL SECTIONS 19-26-,19-46,19-49 163172 0000 Sections 19-238 and 19-50 & 19-50 AVON SPRINGS SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NORTH CASE # 06 31727 LOT 6 AND N 1/2 OF CLOSED LOT 3 BLOCK 11 NORSTROM, TIMOTHY ROBERT ALLEY ABUTTING 163910 0000 NORSTROM, LOUIIS BLACK ONSBLOCK 18 CASE t 08-27983 818WAMELIAAV 161325.0100 AGUIRRE, PEPE TAMPA,FL CASE# 07-01207 E EMILY ST., TAMPA, FL Sectiorls 19-46, 19-49 and 19-50 BARKSDALE, DANIEL J. JR, SECTION 19-49.27-77 TABLE 4-1 RIDGEWOOD PARK LAVERGNE 1ST ADDITION LOT 12 BLOCK G BARKSDALE, MARY LOT6BLOCK5 6808 N WILLOW AV 167688 0000 183443.000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-49,19-56,19-231 CASE t 06-30114 CASE # 08-31773 & 19-232 BARKSDALE, CAROL A WORTHINGTON, ERIC D RIVIERA SUBDIVISION 1102 W HIAWATHA ST 811 E POCAHONTAS AV N 109FT OF S 218FT OF LOT 41 TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL 103981.0000 SECTIONS 19-26,19-49 & 19-232 SECTIONS 19-46,19-49,19-232, CASE# 07-00829 RIVIERA SUBDIVISION 27-44 TABLE 4-1 & 27 240 E 60 FT OF LOTS 20 AND 22 ROLAND, SAMUEL J 103920 0000 CRAFT'S SUBDIVISION GEORGE D. W 92 FT OF E 324 FT OF S 132 FT 803 W RIVER HEIGHTS AV CASE tl 08-30809 OFLOT2 TAMPA FL NELSON, SARAH M 162539 0000 SECTION:19-231 1308 W HUMPHREY ST RIVER HAVEN TAMPA,FL CASE t 06-32503 LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 14 SECTIONS 19-26,19-27 MYERS, RICHARD E II AND 166634 0000 LOT 16 BLOCK 22 98734 0000 PATRICEC CASE tl 07-00833 708 W HENRY AV VALE NTI, SEXTON Ill CASE ti 08 30982 TAMPA, FL 705 W t11LDA ST LAM, OSMANY A. S E CTIONS 19-47 19-49 ,19231, TAMPA, FL 8907 N WILLOW AV 27-77 TABLE 4 1 & 27-129,21. 8 SECTIONS : 19-49,19-50 TAMPA,FL IDLEWILD ON THE LOT BEG 626 FT S & 145FT W OF SECTIONS 19-26,19-27 HILLSBOROUGH N 310FT OF E 1/4 COR OF SEC & RUNS 84.5 E L PORTAL LOT 4 BLOCK 22 FTW 120FT N 84. 5 FT & E 120FT LOT 30 BLOCK 18 TO BEG 98676 0000 162435 0000 166545 0000 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS _AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Fax Your Ada 24n (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwarda@flaentlnel.com ; FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, (!) MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND QEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida. sealed Request for Proposals will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office unt il: 2:30 PM ON 5/14/07 EXTERNAL AUDITING SERVICES PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING TO BE HELD AT 10:30 AM ON 4/26/07 then and thereafter to be publi cly opened and read. Request for Proposals are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351) Dated : 4/13/07 Gregory K Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, Fl 306 E. Jackson St Tampa, FL 33802 INVITATION TO BID INVITATION TO BID/SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE SOLICITATION This is a Small Business Enterprise Solicitation under Executive Order 2002-48 fo r th e City of Tampa For information on becoming certified as a Small Business Enterprise firm, please call the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Office at 813-274-5522. Sealed Bids from City of Tampa Certified Small Business Enterprises for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, in his office unt il 2 :30 PM. QN 5/8/07 VACANT LOT MOWING AND MAINTENANCE PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30AM ON 4/27 /07 then and thereafter to. be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 8131274-8351) Dated: 4/13/07 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, Fl 306 E. Jackson St Tampa, FL 33602 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 Aoor, School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3 :00PM 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 Center. There will be a Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Thursday, April 26, 2007 at 10:00 AM at the school located at 9401 North Boulevard Taf11)a, 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 Blddlrs: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be requll'ed to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the Ume. 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, awarded the Contract. will within ten (1 0) calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contrad with the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida, in accordance with the a.xepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent {100%) of the Contrad amount. 2 Contrador Qualification Statement 3 Publ i c Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirty da}ts (30) days atter the date set for the opening of the Bids Contradors desiring to bid this projed are subject to an E ncouragement AffirmatiVe Action Piar as identified with the bidding documents Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the office o the Engineer : Tagllarlnl Architectural Group 5702 lnterblly Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33611 Attn: Pete Tagltarlnl 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 COUNTY, FLORIDA \ h II'' I MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS SUP.PORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ,.

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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 16, 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 w ill be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 or (813) 274-7079. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master w ith 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 # 06-26562 PANDO ALEXIS 2209 CORRINE ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 & 19-50 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 40 AND 55 TO 62 LOT 8 BLOCK 21 190680 0000 CASE # 06-27556 BULLOCK WALTER M JR BULLOCK NADA J 722 S DAVIS BL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-238 27-129 BYARS THOMPSON ADDITION DAVIS ISLAND SWL Y 25 FT OF LOT 20 AND LOT 21 LESS SWL Y 21 FT BLOCK 7 196692 0000 CASE # 06-27690 ROBINSON LINCOLN G ROBINSON AINSWORTH 2805 N FLORIDA AV TAMPA, FL SECTION : 20. 5 FAIRBURN ltOT 14 AND N 1/2 OF W 105FT OF LO T 15 BLOCK 3 183163 0000 -CASE # 06-30808 TIPPLE KEVIN 816 E CONOVER ST TAMPA,FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47, 19-49, 19-50, 27-133 RECORD GROVE -LOTS 21 AND 22 BLOCK 1 AND N 1/2 OF ALLEY ABUTTINGTHEREOF 164586 : 0000 CASE# 06-31421 GUZMAN RAQUEL T 401 E ROBLES ST, AlB TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 27-218 BLAKE'S LO T 5 BLOCK 2 183235 0000 CASE# 06-31696 TWQ AMIGOS REAL TV PARTNERS I% REG. AGT. HUGHES GREGORY 11614 N NEBRASKA AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-236, 19-237 HUTCHINSON SUBDIVISION REPLAT O F PARCEL1 -95072 0102 CASE# 06-31784 CASE # 07-00780 PARENTE JAMES P TOROJUAN AND TRACY A 3107 E 9TH AV 2502 W HAMIL TON AV TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49, 19-50, SECTION : 27-129 19-231' 19-232 GROVE PARK ESTATES UNIT POWELL'S ADDITION LOT 4 BLOCK 11 NO 3 REPLAT f75823.0000 LOTS 11 AND 12 LESS RIW FOR ARMENIA AVENUE BLOCK CASE# 07-00781 D SKAGGS RUBY AND MELANIE 102760.0000 THOMPSON ESTATE OF 3109 E 9TH AV CASE # 06-32239 TAMPA FL MILANI KAMRAN SECT I ONS : 19-49, 19 -231, 19-232 POWELL S ADDITION 9368 N FLORIDA AV LOT 3 BLOCK 11 TAMPA FL 175822 0000 SECTION : 20 5 HAMNER'S MARJORY BAND CASE# 07-00879 W E FLORILAND TORO JUAN RIVAS EDITH S 70 FT OF N 340 FT OF E 135 3209 E 9TH AV FT OF BLOCK 7 LESS E TAMPA, FL 15FT FOR FLORIDA AVE RIW SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49, 19-50 99646 0000 POWELL'S ADDITION LOT 3 BLOCK 10 175810 0100 CASE# 06-32823 WHITE PATRICIA M CASE# 07-00880 2308 E 8TH AV TORO JUAN RIVAS EDITH TAMPA, FL 3211 E 9TH AV SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-231 TAMPA FL TURMAN'S EAST YBOR SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 POWELL'S ADDITION LOT 11 BLOCK 11 LOT 2 BLOCK 1 0 189206 0000 175810 0000 CASE # 06-32828 CASE# 07-01422 WALKER TITUS H BENDER KIMBERLEY E 2303 E 9TH AV 3622 W RENELLIE Cl TAMPA,FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-26 SECTIONS: 19-49. 19-50, 19-231 BEL MAR UNIT NO 2 TURMAN'S EAST YBOR LOT 137 LOT 7 BLOCK 11 122369 0000 189203 0000 CASE# 07-04986 CASE # 06-32872 BITMANSCOTT TREMBLAY GABRIEL M 7601 N NEBRASKA AV 2315 E 9TH AV TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 5 104 3 .1, 5-105 .1, TAMPA, FL 5 108 4 SECTIONS : 19 50, 19 -231 E V ELY N CITY TURMAN'S EAST YBOR E 105FT OF S 36FT OF LOT 4 & W 1/2 OF; LOT 1 BLOCK 11 E 105 FT OF LOTS 5 AND 6 189197 0000 169868 0000 CASE # 07-00428 CASE# 07-05011 MCDONALD WALLACE LEON JESUS 0 CRUZ REBECA 3101 E 11TH AV 6409 N ROME AV TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5 104 3 .1, 5-105 .1, SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-231 195 108 4 232 N 69.89 FT OF NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 POWELL'S ADDITION OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 LOTS 6 AND 7 BLOCK 3 LESS W25 FT 175776 0000 97264 0000 CASE# 07-00777 CASE# 07-05016 CHAVARRIAGE CARLOS J SUMNER MARTIN BRIAN 2202 W SKAGWAY AV 1905 N 31ST ST TAMPA, Fi. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104.3 .1, 5-105 1 .2, SECTIONS : 19-49, 19 -50, 19-232 5 108 4 POWELL'S ADDIT ION CARROLL CITY LOT 7 BLOCK 11 LOT34 175826.0000 981 5 1 0100 PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday@ 3:00 p m Friday Edition Tuesday@ 3 :00p. m CASE# 07-05693 MATTES KIMBERLY A 1221 E CHELSEA ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104 3 1, 5-105 .1, 5-108 4 DOWNING SUBDIVISION LOT 2 BLOCK 2 172437.0000 CASE# 07-05719 CESAIRE SAMUEL 1904 E LOUISIANA AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104 3 .1, 5-105 1 5 108.4 PARRISH HOME LOT 17 157533 0000 CASE# 07-05746 GARCIA OMAR M TRUSTEE 4405 W VIRGINIA AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104.3 .1, 5-105 .1, 5 108 4 DREW PARK RE PLAT OF LOT 13 BLOCK 79 108757.0000 CASE# 07-06748 ABRAHAMS TYRONE 700 E BROAD ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104 3 1 5-105 .1, 5-108.4 WINNIPEG S 1/2 LOT 6 161386 0000 CASE# 07-06749 MAPP DARYL 8104 N MARKS ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104 .3 1 5-105 .1, 5-108 4 FERN CLIFF LOT 48 OF FERN CLIFF & W 150FT OF LOT A LESS N 5 FT OF HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADD TO SULPHUR SPRINGS 149790 0000 CASE# 07-06800 HESTER YVONNE C 1104 E LOUISIANA AV TAMPA, FL SECT IONS : 5 104.3.1 5 105 .2, 5-108 4 DEMOREST PART OF LOT 6 BLOCK 1 B DESC AS : BEG AT NW COR OF SO LOT 6 THN S 89 DEG 59 MIN 11 SEC E 40. 64 FT S 00 D EG 2 0 MIN 30 SEC E 115 03 FT TOPTON S LINE OF SO LOT 6 THN N 90 DEG 00 MIN 00 SEC W 40. 84 FT TO SW COR OF SO LOT 6 THN N 00 DEG 2 0 MIN 3 0 SEC W 115 04 FT TO POB 171750.0000 FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO: (813) 248 9218 Or Emallledwards@flsentlnel.com NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the holder of the following certificate has filed said cert i ficate for a tax deed to be i ssued the r eon 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 Y\ear 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. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law the property descri bed 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 v erify sale location.) Dated this 30th dav of March 2007 PAT FRANK Cler:k of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida S ignature by: Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk I f you are a person with a disab ility who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision o certain assistance Please contact the C lerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Ci vil 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 receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired. call 1-800 -955-8771. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 -1-20 VVOROS 50 FOR E.A:CH'. 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 "T1 0 }< )> "0 r N 0 N 0 0 ...., 'TI r 0 0 )> en m z z m -r I m c r r m z "U c m r c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c m en c ?< > z c "T1 c ?<

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..... 0 0 N 0 N _, ii: D.. < < c ii: u.. c ii: u.. c z < c en w ::) 1-w > w c w ::1: en :J m ::) D.. z j::. w _, _, ::) m _, w z i= z w en < c ii: 0 ..J u.. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY 131VEN, that 7TH CAVALRY CORP. 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. 156835.0000 File No 2007-86 Certificate No 011827 Year of Issuance 2001 Description of Property: ZION HEIGHTS ADDITION LOTS 38 AND 39 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 23/05 SEC TWP-RGE 5-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name i n wh ich assessed: HERMAN JOHNSON, OTTO LANE JOHNSON, LORENE JOHNSON JONES, RUDOLPH JOHNSON, HELEN JOHNSON DOUGLAS, RANDOLPH JOHNSON Sai d 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 Ro o m A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 e x t 4809 to ve rify sale location.) Dated this 30th dax of Marcb 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 e ntitled 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. 276 8100, Ex 4358 w ithin 2 working 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 I 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 which 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) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location ) n .. t .. n thic: 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 ent i tled 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. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your rece ipt of th is document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, ca111-800-955-8771 Chlldcare Now Fir & PfT Teach rs For Infants, Toddlers And Pre K Morning And Afternoon Shifts Available. Call (813) 910-4163 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 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 to verify sale location ) Dated this 30th day of March 202L 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 ent itled, 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. 276-8100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your receipt of this document: if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1 800 -95 5-8771 AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money (813) 832-4282 Deahongg@verlzon.net NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUSTCUST FBO NOELLA SANTERRE IRA the holder of the follow in g certificate has f il ed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance,dhe description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Fo li o 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 Sai d 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 o n 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 If you are a person with a d isa b i lity 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 D i vision, Room 530, George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 Twiggs 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, call 1-800-955-877. Now Hiring Licensed/Experienced Barbers And Braiders For An Upscale Salon With A Professional Atmosphere Located In Lutz (Pasco County) (813) 949-7477 GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR 'DETAILS CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248 1921 FAX TO : (813) 248-9218 Or Emallledwarda@ftaentlnel.com NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MIDGE MACHADO the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to __be issued thereon. The number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in wh ich it was assessed are as follows : Fo li o No 206946 0000 File No 2007-90 Certificate No 60626 Year of Issuance 2000 Description of Property: BRISTOL PARK LOT 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 8/1 SEC TWP-RGE 28 28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed: VERDELLE YVONNE FREEMAN Sai d property being in the County o f Hillsborough, State o f Flor i da Un l ess such certificate shall be redeeme. d according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 5 _01 E Kennedy Blvd 32th 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 ver i fy sale location .) Dated this 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Flotida Signature by: Lauren D. Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, t o the provision of certain assistance. Please contact th e Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, Georg e E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St., Tampa. F L 33602, No Ex. 4358 within 2 "working days of your receipt of this document ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call1-800-955-8771 CNA Starting Ply 7. 3 $9.75. $10.75 3-11 Fu ll Time Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person 1 Deltll Hulth Care 1818 E. Fletcher ' .

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'( -... INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the fumishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 2:30 PM ON 5/9/07 JUNCTION CHAMBER #1 ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWTPLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM ON 4/24/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT ADMIN. TRAINING RM 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA, FL 2:45 PM ON '5l9/07 .. TECHNICAl:. SERVICES BUILDING ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AvyT P.I-ANT , PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM ON 4/24/07 AT HFC AWT PLANT ADMIN. TRAINING RM 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA, FL 3:00 PM ON 5/9/07 SLUDGE TREATMENT AND MIXED SLUDGE BUILDING ROOF REPLACEMENT AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWTPLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM ON 4124107 AT HFC AWT PLANT ADMIN. TRAINING RM 2545 GUY-VERGER BLVD. TAMPA,FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and-read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351). Dated: 4120107 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, Fl 306 E. Jackson St Tampa,' FL 33602 Sbut Today!! -PT -Cleaning Personnel Experienced & Highly Motivated Must Have Transportation (813) 630-9827 Childcare PT Help Needed In Home Daycare - Need 3 Hours Home Daycare, Class, CPR, And First Aiqe, : : Background Check j .ti }I f )!,,' Interested Call (813) PRESS .OPERATOR -NEEDED_ A B Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred FuH Time Position Appiyln f:'erson 5205 N. Lois Avenue ;Tarnpa;FL 33614, ... INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Pur.chasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30 PM ON 4/27/07 LOW CAB FORWARD TRUCK WITH CARGO BODY (RE-BID), SPEC. NO. 29-07 3:00 PM ON 4/27/07 FORD F-450 CAB & CHASSIS WITH CRANE BODY AND CRANE SPEC. NO. 36-07 2:30 PM ON 4/30/07 ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT SOLUTIONS AND IV SETS 3:00 PM ON 4/30/07 PREFABRICATED CONTAINER BOTTOMS 3:00 PM ON 5/1/07 MISCELLANEOUS JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 2:30 PM ON 5/7/07 COMPACT WHEEL LOADER, SPEC. NO. 54-07 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30AM ON 4/26/07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 8131274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation for Bid that the submission of any .Sid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 4120/07 -Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Children With Joy Looking For A Loving & Caring Person Part-Time And Full-Time CaregiversFor Toddler And Infant Room Call (813) 231-2059 Now Hiring Licensed/Experienced Barbers And Braiders For An Upscale Salon With A Professional Atmosphere Located In Lutz (Pasco County) (81_ 3) 949-7477 Now Hiring Pre-School Teachers Experience, CDA/Equivalent Credential A Plus Only Serious Applicants Apply Call (813) 241-2273 Alk For Ms. Anderson ExperlencedOfflce Personnel Highly Motivated FT/PT Must Know Computers Also Experienced Telemarketers Must Own Car Start Today II! (813) 630-9827 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS c }< )> "'C I 1. PROPOSALS-TAMPA BAY WATER, A Regional Water Supply Authority will receive sealed PROPOSALS N addressed to the INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER at the offices of TAMPA BAY WATER's, 2575 Enterp;ise Road, Clearwater, Florida 33763-1102, 2:00p. m local time, on Thursday, May 24, 2007 All PROPOSALS that have been timely received will be opened publicly. o ..., 2 PROJECT Description -The Name of the PROJECT is Cypress Creek Header Improvement Project. Project No.: 07022 3. Location-The PROJECT is located in Pasco County, Florida. 4 General -Description of WORK The WORK contemplated consists 'of: Removal and replacement of six 24-inch diameter Ball Valves and Control System including cabinets, seven 36-inch and seven 30-inch diameter Butterfly Valves, quarry tile, air gap assembly closure. 5 Defined Terms -All defined terms are found in the Definitions Section of the General Conditions. 6. Bid Documents Complete sets of BID DOCUMENTS are available for review or purchase_ beginning Monday April 23, 2007 at the office of TAMPA BAY WATER's ENGINEER, Black & Veatch Corporation, at 4890 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 950, Tampa, Florida 33609. A payment of Thirty dollars and No/cents_ ($30.00) in che_ck payable to Black & Veatch Corporation will be required to purchase each complete set of the BID DOCUMENTS These payments represent reproduction handling, and postage costs and are non-refundable 7. BID SECURITY BID SECURITY in the amount of five percent (5%) of the PROPOSED TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE must accompany each PROPOSAL in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. 8. Pre-Bid Conference A pre-bid conference will be held at Tampa Bay Water's Cypress Creek Pump Station Facility, 8865 Pump Station Road, Land 0' Lakes, Florida 34639 on Thursday, May 10, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. Attendance at the pre-bid conference Is mandatory and all prospective BIDDERS are required to attend the conference. TAMPA BAY WATER may issue ADDENDA as necessary in response to questions arising at the conference. 9. ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY-Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed In Section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes. This includes, but is. not limited to, any objection to or protest of the fonn and content of the BID DOCUMENTS and/or the actions of TAMPA BAY WATER. I 0 ::u i5 )> (/J m z -t z m r-10. PUBUC ENTITY CRIMES STATEMENT Pursuant to Subsections 287 133(2) and (3), Florida Statutes, a person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime not submit a bid, proposal or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work; may not submit bids, proposals, or replies on leases or real ProPerly to a public entity; may not be awarded or perfOrm work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, fo CATEGORY TWO, for a period of 36 months following the date of being plaCed on the comricled vendor list 11. DISCRIMINATIONPursuant to Subsection 287.134(2)(a), Florida statutes, an entity or affiliate who has been placed on the discriminatory vendor list may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work; may not submit bids, proposals, or replies on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity ; and may not transact business with any public entity Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 16th day of April, 2007 Blue Cross Blue Shield de Florida Esta en busca de nuevos agentes para sus Agencias Generales Coritratadas en las areas d e Hillsborough y Pinellas. Le ayudamos a empei:ar nueva Carrera. Le pa garemos un curso de 40 horas, asi como los materiales del curso y el' para obtener Ia Licencia del Estado. Tambiem le pagaremos mientras usted toma Ia clase, y le entrenamiento acerca de mie:stros productos. Ademas, le garantizamos en una '"de .... Agencias Generales 'Contratadas, en donde excelentes oportunidades de vEmtas, que le llevaran por el camino comprobado hacia eJ exito . Los aspirantes det>eran demostrar que son bilingaes (ingles-espanol) y . -una prueba de dopaje y una investigaci6n del historial personal. Envfenos su resume vra fax al (813) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 .. 00 1-20 WORDS AND so_ FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20" P.RICE IS EACH TIME-'(OU PUBLISH ,. : . .. ( FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD. AMERICAN . .. .... EXPRESS AND DEBIT PAYMENT VIA PHON,E . Fax Your Ads (813) 248-9218 Or ledwards@flsentinel.com 1 m c r rm :j z ., c m r-Cii :::J: m c m < m -::u -<--t c m (/J c )>)> z c ::u <' i5 "'.:

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""' 0 0 N c:i N _J Q: THE SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID 0.. < 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 Superv is o r of Purchasing, Third Floor School 0:: Adm ini strative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Flor ida until u.. 3:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2007 (The mailing address is P O Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601}. Bids will not be accepted after 3:00PM 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. c 0:: LL. c z < c tJ) w ::I .... w > w : o w tJ) :J m ::I 0.. z t= w _J _J ::I m _J w z t= z w tJ) ii: 0 _J u. 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 THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE BID SECURITY MUST 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 accompan ied 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 (1 0} calendar days after written notice of being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida, in accordance with the accepted Bid and give a surety bond satisfactory to the School Board of HJIIsborough County equal to one hundred percent {1 00%} of the Contract amount. 2 Contractor Qualification Statement 3. Public Entity Crime State ment 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 p r oject are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar 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 1 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 B id 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 Graphic Artist/Designer Needed MAC & VVindows (A MUST) CS2/Quark/lllustrator Plublisher/Photoshop Full Or PT Position USFArea (813) 548-3311 Insurance You Will Earn $1,000 .00 + From Week #1 Selling Life Insurance In The Exp loding Senior Mark et Free, Fresh Leads Provided Weekly For Confidential Interview Call (813) 504-1845 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small liwestment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money. (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@varlzon.net CNA's Southerland Place, a state of the art 125 bed ALF is looking for enthusiastic qualified CNA's for all shifts. We offer competitive salary and benefits packages + W/E Baylor. If Interested please stop by & complete an application. We are located @ 3401 W. Bearss Avenue In Tampa. For directions or more information please c _ontact (813) 981-1044. Background screens and pre-employment drug screens are required. EOE/DFWP Cleaning Person Needed For General Cleaning Please Call (813) 238-7034 Hiring For House Keeping GPC-Tampa Convention Center 2nd Shift Apply Wednesday On ly 9 :00A.M.-12: 00 P M. No Phone Calls 333 South Franklin St. HOUSEKEEPING AIDES Southerland Place, a state of the art 125 bed ALF i s looking for enthusiasti c qualified Housekeeping Aides for all shifts. We offer competitive salary and benefits packages So if you are interested please stop by and complete an application. We are located @ 3401 W. Bearss Avenue in Tampa. For directions or more information please contact us @ (813) 961-1044. Background screens and pre-employment drug screens are required. EOE/DFWP HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ENGINEERING SPECIALIST II ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST II $46,238 $35 838 FOOD SERVICE AIDE (REDUCED HOURS) $8 70/HR PROGRAMMER/ANALYST $46 ,238 SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYS T (RESTRICTED) $46,238 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION WORKER $27,976 SOCIAL VVORKER $35,838 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST II (MCSEICCNA) TRANSPORTATION WORKER TRAINEE $54 059 $19,905 TREATMENT COUNSELOR (RESTRICTED) $43,097 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 & ellg iblespouses of vets. AA/EEO START IMMEDIATELY National Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Ambitious Career Minded People. Full Training, FT/PT $5k -$8k Per Month 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0251 Now Hiring In Home Supports Exper ie nce Working With Disab l ed And Elderly Variable Schedule In-Service Training Clean Background (813)650-1395 Purchasing Agent -District Office, New Port Richey Campus -Required: B.A. or B.S degree in business or closely related field; three years purchasing experience in the private or public sector ; satisfactory criminal history background check. Preferred: Knowledge of accounting : and budgeting functions related to encumbra,hee liquidatiqn of College funds; ability to work independently with minimal supervision; proven ability in dealing successfully with vendors and staff; strong organi zati onal skills; keyboarding skills and familiarity with spreadsheets and word processing Starting salary is $40,000 annually/$1,538.46 biweekly SEND OR FAX, BY 5/4/07, LETTER OF INTEREST, CURRENT RESUME, PHCC APPLICATION, AND OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS TO: Cindy Bellamy Pasco-Hernando Community College 1 0230 Ridge Road New Port Richey, FL 34654-5199 Phone: 727-816-3441 -Fax: 727-816-3450 MATERIALS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FAXED BY MAY 4. Advisor, Health Programs -District-wide -Required: Bachelor's degree; ability to work under deadlines and with all levels of college students; computer literacy and knowledge; must have good oral and written communication skills, ability to speak in public, and strong interpersonal skills with diverse groups; must be able to work one night per week and occasional weekends; have reliable transportation for travel between the coll ege's locations; satisfactory criminal history background check Preferred: Master's degree; experience in student advisement of health students and recruitment at the postsecondary level; academic advising experience; strong communication skills Starting salary js $34,000 annually/$1 ,307.69 biweekly. SEND OR FAX, BY 4130/07, LETTER OF INTEREST, CURRENT .. RESUME, PHCC APPLICATION, AND OFFICIAL TRANSCRIP"T:S TO: Michelle Balon Pasco-Hernando Community College 1 0230 Ridge Road New Port Richey, FL 34654-5199 Phone: 727-816-3205-Fax: 727-816-3712 -MATERIALS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FAXED BY APRIL 30. FOR BOTH POSITIONS: Degree(s) must be from a regiOnally accredited Institution. The application review process may be Initiated with copies of transcripts, but oftlclal transcripts must be. received prior to the Interview. : Applications are available at www.phcc.edu/admlnlstratlon/hrlemploymant.php EOEIADA Compliance Website : www.phcc.edu ....... CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 .;.1-20 WORDS 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p.m. : Friday Edition -Tuesday @ 3:00 p m . FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS -AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE Fax Your Ad 2417 To (813) 248-9218. 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Big Ideas. Big Opportunities. The University of South Florida is one of America's leading national research institutions and the ninth largest university in the nation with campus. s throughout the Greater Tampa Bay region. We offer a competitive benefiL package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan options, tuition program, generous leave programs, career advancement and more! EDITOR (WUSF07-02) WUSF-TV Public Bro ""0 r-N 0 N 0 0 ..... "TT r-0 c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 I:D c: r rm :::! z ""0 c: m r-Cii m c m < m ;:c -< -1 c: m en c )> z c "TT c

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New Tile/C a rpet 2408 E. 19th Ave. No Money Dawn 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths $1,000 Per Month Lanai, 2 Car Garage 1 709SqFt -$175k Call Floyd 2410 E. 19th Ave. (813) 727-6728 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Front Courtyard Temple Terrace Duplex 1 Car Garage $168,000 00 1,650 Sq Ft-$170k 3502 E. 9th Ave. North Tampa Duplex 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lanai, Temple Terrace Duplex Large 1 Car Side Entry Garage, $145 000 00 On Large Comer Lot 1,934 Sq Ft-$175k $132,900 00 Brandon Triplex 10Ye ar Strudural Warranty And Upgrades, 42" Maple $259 000 00 Cabinets, Stainless Steel ... Appliances Home Run Real Estate Inc. Seller Assis ts With $5,000 ;:. Ainsley Daux T awards Closing Cost Licensed Realtor (813) 546-1954 Exit Exltreme Realty www.dauxflorldahomee com 813-718.0180 PUBLICATION D E ADLIN E S : } u esda y Edition Fr i da y @ 3:00p. m Fri d a y Edi t io n T u esda y @ 3 : 00 p m . FAX TO (81'3) 248 9218 Or Em allledwa rds @fl sentinel.com FOR CO NV ENIE N CE WE ACCEPT V I SA, M AS,TERCARD, A M ER I CA N EXPRESS AND DEB I T CARD PA YM E N T VIA PHO N E ... 3606 E. Comanche 2 /1 Completely Remodeled New Laminate, Carpet, And Tile Newer Appliances, Cabinets, Roof And Mare. Only $119,900 Realtor/Owner Will Assist With Closing Casts Mike Williams Signature Realty Associates (813) 731-7283 realtonnikewilliams.com 3413 E. Diana Street $165,000 New Home Being Built 3/2/1 1,500 Sq Ft. 5.5% Interest Rate $908 00/Per Month No Down Payment No Closing Cost No Credit Needed 1st Time Home Buyer Program Welcome But Not Needed Call (813) 270-1188 Temple Terrace 3/2 With Garage Block Real Nice New Tampa 3/2 W/Garage Huge Comer Lot Many Extras Community Pool Columbus Area 4/2 Plus 1/1 Huge In Ground Pool East Tampa Fixer Upper 4/1 Block With Garage (813) 630-9827 First Time Home Buyer's Call Ainsley Daux Lie Realtor Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 546-1954 www.dlluxflorldahomn com Fi nd Out How Much Home You Qualify For Call Laura Williams Milllnlum Funding Group For Fast Friendly Professional Service (813) 731-7285 Search All T he Curre n t Listings F ree At: www.realtormikewilliams.com Mike Williams Signature. Realty Associates (813) 7 317283 North Tampa 2 Be d rooms/2 B a th T o w n home Cen t ral Heat/Air W/DHook -Up, Fenced No Pets Section 8 Onl y Call (813) 949 3482 E BPM Corporation HOMES FOR REN Temple Terrace 3/1-8415 N 18th St. Town home 3 /2-6502 N 34th St. 2 Bedrooms/1% Bath Section 8 Welcome Section 8 OK (813) 404-5667 Call 813-766-7540 Sulphur Springs 1907 E. Ida Street 4 Bedraam/2 Bath 3 Bedraoms/1 Bath Central Heat & A i r Fenced WID Hook-up $1 000 00/Month l y Section 8 OK Section 8 Accepted $975.00/Month Call (813) 503-5321 Call (813) 270-3315 1808 East 21st Avenue Section 8 Tenants ONLY ... 4 Bedroom/1% Bath House 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Yard, Central NC $1 ,000.00/Monthly Leave Message $500 00/Depos i t If No Answer Section 8 Accepted (813) 630-1972 Call (847) 345-2671 Temple Terrace USF Town home 2 Bedroom Townhome 2 Bedrooms/1.5 Baths Vaulted Ceiling; Carpet, Tile 3911 E. Genessee NC, WID Hook-up, Patio 3 Bedroms/2 Ba t h Water Included Section 8 OK Section 8 OK Call (813) 404-5667 $725.00 Call (813) 220-3633 1603 29th Avenue East 3706 N. 55th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Home House for Rent With Carport 2 Bed rooms/1 Ba th $900.00/Per Month CH A, F enced Yar d $ 5 00.00/Depo si t $8 5 0.00/Monthly +Deposit Contact Latron Call (813) 621-5410 941-518-8421 Or (561) 584-1288 Affordable Housing Section 8 Accepted Never Rent Again! Hartl i ne Routes 2 And 83 B u y 3 Bredroom Close To Community Park $10 500! And Schools 6 Bedroom Restrictions Appl y $28,000! HUD Homes Available Now! Call For Info (813) 977-6049 For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext. 5649 East Tampa Sulphur Springs Area Spacious 2/1, 2 Bedroom/1 1/2 Bath CHA, Sprinklers Townhous e For LeaSe Fenced, WID Hookup Gate dCommun i ty Wate r Includ ed $9 5 0 00 Mon t hly A Low $720.00 $9 5 0 .00 Dep o s it Section 8 Welcom e Section 8 A ccepted Sec urity D e p osit $ 35 0.00 $25.00 App li cat i on Fee (813) 451-9624 Call ( 813) 740-0384 Tampa Area Section 8 Accepted No C redit Check 2 009 Ida . 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Move To day 3 Bedrooms/ 1 Bt;lth CHA, Com p uter Roo m . New Tampa Laundry Room 3 Bedro o m/2 Bath $500.00/Depo sit 2 Ca r Ga rag e $ 1,000. 00/Month ly Blo c k H om e Angela (813) 213-3101 C omm unity Pool (813) (813) (813) 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Homes For Immediate For Rent Occupanc y -Sec t i on 8 Okay 3/1 -N 1Oth S t reet CHA, WD H, N ew Carpet, Tile/Paint".: w -4/1 8216 N B rook s SC '$1 ,000 00/D e po sit 3603 N. 13th Street 7 7 0 2 Taliaferro Avenue, Rent Starti n g AT $1, 2 00 .00 3 601 Devon Street Section 8 Welcome 222 1 E. 19th Street For More InfOrmation Contact U s Call Andre a (813 ) 9 00 -4344 (813) 217-8 90 6

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2010 N. MacDill Ave 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Excellent Condition Section 8 Only (813) 240-8108 Sulphur Spring 8215 9th Street N 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Central Heat And Air $1150/Monthly Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 908 E. Humphry 2705 E. Cayuga 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CHA, Remodeled c: $750.00/Monthly $750.00/Deposit Call (813) 453-0123 Belmont Heights Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Large Yard, WDH, CHA $1 ,000.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 215-1951 2806 N. 16th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up, CHA $950 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted ca11 (404) 2 9 0-3277 Various House's Available For Rent In Area-: 3 Bedrooms/1 Baths & 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Call Brenda Today (813)238-8833 $243. 00/Monthly! 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Foreclosures! 5% Down 20 Years @ 8% APR For Listings Call 800-366 -9783 Ext R592 Progress Village 7910 Dahlia Avenue 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Lease With Option To Purchase, Tile Floors, WID Hook-Up '' $875. 00/Monthly Cal( (813) 359-752 8 Newly 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $1,300 00/Monthly $250. 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Please Call (813) 382-2718 For More Information VIllage 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced, WDH Car.port + Utility Room $1,100 .00 Monthly $1,100.00 Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 461-9824 1907. E. Ida Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up Section 8 OK $975.00/Month Call (813) 270-3315 2 Homes For Rent Beautiful 3 Bedrooms And 4 Bedrooms Call (813) 234-2314 Or (813) 767-8052 Please A Leave Message Section 8 Tenant Wanted 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Nice Family Home Available Now (813) 960-4203 Leave Message 1 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available Locations All Over Tampa Low Security Deposits CALL 813-600-5090 I/ININV REALPROPERTYWORX. COM Town & Country Area 4 Bedroom Pool Home CHA, Carpet, Tile, Washer/Dryer Hook-up, Large Den Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 500-1351 Or (813) 933-6771 2806 N. 16th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up, CHA $950. 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Ser.:tion 8 Accepted Call (404) 290-3277 12412 Kiwi Avenue Logan Village 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths With Den, CHA Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 784-7 653 Or (813) 846-6657 2 Bedroom Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Screened Front Porch CHA, Very Nice $850. 00/Monthly $400. 00/Deposit Call (813) 690 -2 833 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Section 8 Okay CHA, WDH, New Carpet, Tile, Paint 3603 N. 13th Street 7702 T-aliaferro Avenue 3801 N. Devon Street 2221 E. 19th Street Call Andrea (813) 900-4344 GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE DIRECTORY FOR DETAILS CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248 1921 FAX YOUR ADS 24/7 TO : (813) 248-9218 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650.00/Rent $350.00/ Deposit (813) 299-566 9 2106 W. Beach St. #A 2/1 Newly Renovated Apartment, 1st Month Free $400.00 Moves You In With Excellent Rental History New Kitchen/Bath Hard Tile In Both, Hardwood Floors, Alarm System, Central NC Washer Hook-up $700.00 Per Month (813) 238-6353 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, transportation, social activities, riverfront living. Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at $360.00 per month. (813) 985-4419 Section 8 & Senior Citizens Move In SPECIAL! $ 0 Security Deposit $720 00/Month (Includes Water, Sewer, Garbage) 2 Bedrooms + 2 Baths WID Hookup, Microwave, Dishwasher, CHA 13113 Lelsurewood Place (Behind University Mall) Call Marian (813) 832-9557 1 & 2 Bedrooms Ava ilabl e University Area Low Security Deposits Call 813-600-5090 I/ININV .REALPROPERTYWORX.COM Snow Sun Villas 12301 N. 11th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 700 Sq Ft. $625.00/Monthly Call For Appointment 813-971-0341 402 W. Amelia Ave. 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Security Bars, NC Ceramic Tile Background Check $500. 00/Monthly $400. 00/Deposit (813) 391-7046 Seminole Heights Seniors 62+ Now Accepting Applications For: 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Controlled Access, Library And Community Room With Activities Beautiful Landscaped Community Special Accessibility For Hearing and Sight Impaired Well Served By Public Transportation Income Restricted Leasing Office @ 202 E. Broad Street The Oaks at Riverview (813) 231-7700. Oaksatriverview@verizon net looking tor a Qua l itv P lace to call .. Home"; TllllliH Ill FUnlllr TIIIR Tampa Pagpartments 1411 Tampa Park Plaza, Tampa, Rorlda 33&05 (8131 229-1845 we oner convenient Bus. Rail. Amtrak And Entertainment cemen In Ybor CltV And surrounding Areas. With 1. 2 And 3 Bedrooms. Public Ubrarv And Elementarv School Within Walking Distance. Tampa Park Has Become one or The Most sought After commanldes In Tampa. Don'iWaltl wamna lls tls Open And Gamna Bet Year nCidln TODIYI Floribraska Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment WDH, $700. 00/Month WSG Included Busch Area Efficiency $485. 00/Monthly Includes WSG (813) 210-0287 6217 47th Street Apt# A Redy May 1st 2 Bed rooms NC T il e Floors Non-Refundable $40 00 Background Check Rent $775.00 Section 8 Welcome (813) 626-0331 Two Bedroom Apartment To Share In Central Tampa Non-Smoker With Income To Pay $350.00 Monthly Single Gentleman Preferred Call (813) 380-7361 West Tampa Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility Room With Washer & Dryer Hook-up Water Included $725. 00/Monthly Call (81.3) 223-5214 3021 B N. 48th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Apartment Burglar Bars $595.00 Per Month 1st Month Free Call (813) 238-6353 USF Area Duplex 1 BedrQOm/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $600. 00LMonthly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (813) 263-6460 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath W ID Hook-up Refurbished kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal . c&n (813) 261-7&38 Sanders Realty CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Fax Your Ads To: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE 'TI r-0 C/J m z z m r-1 m c: r rm z ., c: f! c;; 3: m c m ---4 c: m C/J c )> z c 'TI c ?(

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Call (813) 789-3879 Grant Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Provided Security Bars, Fans $725.00 /Month $725.00 Deposit Call 813-505-7266 10010 Hyacinth Apt #B (Near Linebaugh) Available May 1st 2/1 CHA, WID Hook-up Water Included $700. 00/Monthly $350.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 986-3205 Or (813) 310-8500 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal Call (813) 261-7538 Or (813) 503-0493 Section 8 Only Off Busch Blvd. Clean Large 2 Bedroom Laundry Hookup New Carpet/CHA Large Backyard $750.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit -Call Dee Dee (813) 238-6607 3813 34th Street #B 3815 34th Street #A Completely Remodeled Cozy Duplex Very Quiet Property Small 2 Bedr.oom/1 Bath Tile/Carpet Utility Room WID Hook-up; CHA Section 8 Welcome: -No Pets Leave Message (813) 340-9705 Thonotosassa Area (Near Williams and 301) Spacious Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Quiet Community WID Hook-Up, Water Sewer & Trash Included Section 8 OK $610. 00/Rent $250. CO/Deposit (813) 968-1168 BUSCH GARDENS AREA Section 8 Welcome!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Central AC, Tile Floors, New Appliances, Ceiling Fans $625.00/Month, Very Low Deposit! Water & Trash Included!!!! 813-244-7435 Room 4 Rent Call Now (813) 900-0325 Or (850) 459-4294 Fully Furnished Large Room $125.00 Weekly $110 .00 Deposit Cable Access Utilities Included Phone (813) 236-4816 Room For Rent $100.00 Per Week $100.00 Deposit Age 55 & Up Preferred (813) 241-4158 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred $120.00/Weekly $120.00/Deposit Call (813) 231-2023 3104 E. MLK Blvd. Wanted Roommate Male Preferred For Boarding House $500.00/Monthly Call (813) 784-0508 Christian Person Has Rooms For Rent $110.00/Rent $11 0. CO/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed Call Mike (813) 770-2266 Furnished Rooms Queen Size Bed $175. 00/Weekly Full Size Bed $150. 00/Weekly $150.00/Deposit Call (813) 900-6926 Or (813) 817-2677 Just Like Home Leave Message Immediate Response First Week Rent +Security $100.00 $150.00/Weekly Furnished And Unfurnished (813) 319-5646 (813) 770..:5881 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Room For Rent $100.00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 285-8147 Room For Rent $125.00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 802-4039 Nice Unfurnished Rooms CHA, House Privileges Males Preferred $200.00 Deposit $450.00 Per Month Phone (813) 661-4292 Hyde Park Rooms Male Roommates Preferred. Clean, Quiet Central Heat/Air & Cable Must Be Drug Free & Employed (813) 293-1090 Nice Quiet Room Nice Area Utilities Included Kitchen Privileges Males 50 Years & Older Preferred $145.00 Per Week/Up (813) 927-2878 East Jackson Heights Fully Furnished Large Rooms $125.00 Weekly $11 0 00 Deoosit CHA, Cable Access Utilities Included Phone (813) 236-4816 1216 E. 12th Avenue Ybor FuH Size Bed $11 O/Weekly -$440/Monthly Twin Bed $95 Weekly/$380/Monthly $1 00 Deposit & $15.00 Application Fee All Utilities Included (813) 293-7918 Furnished Rooms For Rent Clean, Quiet, CHA NC? Illegal Activities Near Ybor & Downtown No Credit Check But Must Have Job $125. 00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit (404) 839-4629 East Tampa 2 Rooms For Rent 1 Furnished/1 Unfurnished No Drugs, Utilities Included, Washer/Dryer Kitchen, Living Room Access, Near Busline $500 Down/$500 Month Per Room 813-416-1184 Or 954-559-2232 .. Bed, Meal And Shower $15.00 Per Day Clean & Safe Environment Call (813) 500-5885 Rooms For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125.00/Weekly $125. 00/Deposit Call (813) 624-8540 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent $125.00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 516-7719 Hyde Park 1507 North A Street W/W Carpet, Kitchen Privileges NC Near Busline Deposit-$60.00 Rent-$100. 00 And Up (813) 293-4883 Clair Mel Area For Rent $130.00-$175. 00/Weekly Private Bathroom House Privileges No Drugs/Non-Smoker Call (813) 545-9139 Furnished Clean Quiet Rooms $120. 00/Weeklv CHA,Cable, Utilities On Bus Line Effic i encies Available Also (813) 505-5400 Or (813) 902-1351 Tampa Bay Area $1 00. 00/Weekly $100. 00/Deposit Use Of Kitchen Country Setting Ms. Jackson (813) 829-5353 $100.00 Move-In Wrth Student ID Furnished Rooms For Rent Clean, Quiet, CHA No Illegal Activities Near Ybor & Downtown No Credit Check But Must Have Job $125.00/WeekiY. $125. 00/Depostt . 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