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Celebrating 62 Years In The 1 ) Family Feels F ight Led To Athlete's urder SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A -INSIDE THIS EDITION Conference To Help c THA CEO: 'Central Park Will Get Done' SEE PAGE 7-A Council Grants Funds In 'Search' Lawsuit SEE PAGE 12-A Beaten t.tan Still Critical SEE PAGE 23-A EDUCATORS RECOGNIZE 655 HONOR GRADUATES Graduating seniors who maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average were recognized Wednesday night. The Hillsborough Alliance of Black School Educators (HASSE) presented certificates to the students. Several of the students received book scholarships, while 7 students received full scholarships to Hillsborough Community College. Among those who participated on the program were : left to right, Anthony Satchel School Board Member Doretha Edgecomb, School Board Chairman Jack Lamb and Dr. Sam Horton, President and founder of HASSE. (Photograph by Ricky Roberts)


...... 0 0 C\1 FEATURES ...: C\1 ...1 a: a. <( Conference To H elp Churches Tap Into Government Funding Popular B usinessman Dies Followin g Illness >"' C3 a: u. B Y ANT I ONE D AVIS S e n tinel S taff Writer The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will hold a conference which intends to inform churches and faith-based organizations about untapped financial resources. HUD's Accessing Resources and Relationships To Build Better Communities Conference is a two-day event that will be held in Tampa on May 7-8, 2007 Designed to help churches improve their surrounding communities and programs vital to their REV. D R. FRED LUCAS President, Faith Center for Community Development neighborhood, the confer-sentatives to the conference, > ence training will cover top-one to attend the various (3 ics like: building economical-courses and another to a: ly strong communities, attend the grant writing LL understanding the role of classes. faith-based organizations in The conference will feact recovery and the ture several keynote speakneed for affordable housing. ers including Rick Baker, C will also be classes for 0 Mayor of St. Petersburg, W writing. Pam Iorio, Mayor of Tampa "There are literally mil-and Rev. Dr. Fred Lucas, ij: lions of federal and state the President of Faith w dollars available to faith-C t f C t .. -en er or omm unt y W> based organizations, and a D 1 t N y k -.. :. .. _.. eve opmen m ew or c CitY and nid.op McKinley w goes unused, sa1d Karen -v Pr "d" B" h f REV MCKINLEY YOUNG Presiding Bishop, nth District African Methodist E piscopal Church trying to improve their communities through a church or faith-based organization. Pre-registration is required at a cost of $65. The dead-line to register for HUD's Accessing Resources and Relationships to Build Better Communities Conference is May 1, 2007. Registration the day of the deadline will be $75 on a first come, first s _erve basis. The "!!1! h e } d iii the' T"anipa Center located at 333. S. J k -s HUD' est mg IS op 0 0 ac son lms, 9 th 11th n t t Af Franklin Street. For more Tampa" Fie lli 0ffice"Direet:m'. e nc ncan m "W t to th Methodist Eptscopal Church information or to register, it :vek esel or;a in Jacksonville. please call Bill Kalbas at z e ge "We all know that knowl(813) 228-2026 Ext. 2112, or Wt-ey n edge is power. This confergo to www ccdosn onr to -these;fuqds. That way ... ...1 -ence' will not only Reaistratt"ons can also be they can p.rogtams l' e 5 attendees about money," made via telephone by con-m that \Vil l:._hel_ p to improve d Sim ..,.t n also all ... ..... Sandra --te I th. .. .ti Sat .. Wl ow etr commum es. 0 r th to k d w im --ts te ted -_ em now an come m z ._h ., 8 m res contact with those who are i= chtirches6 ong two repre-' u "th th f z -' _-''.:::. ,am tar W1 e process o w WARREN ...J .. DAWSON A popular Tampa businessman di e d at a local hospital following an illn e ss He was 66-year sold Mr. Leonard Limehouse, Sr., a Tampa native was the owner of several bu siness es throughout his lifetime. His mo s t recent was the purchase of an East Tampa business earlier this year. His wife Mrs. Yolanda Davis Limehouse, said her husband had been ill and hospitalized several times sinc e March He was admit t e d to St. Joseph's Hospital on April 15th and died on April 19th. Th e son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Ella Mae Scott Limehouse, Mr. Limehouse grew up in West Tampa and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He from Blake High School in 1960. While in school, he participated in several sports activities, but excelled in b ase ball After g r aduation, he obtained employment with H ARTline, where he worke d until retirement. Mr. Limehouse owned several othe r businesse s during h is l i fetime i n the West Tampa area. SOme of tlio"'se Ificiuaea the Soul Groce r y Store and L eonard' s Grocery Store which were located on N ebrask a A venue. H e als o o w n e d L aw r e n ce s Gro ce r y, which was loca te d a t the cor n e r of Cass and N ebraska, Mrs. Limehouse said H e purchased the Nehemiah Laundromat and Ice Cream Parlor, located a t the corn e r of N. 29th Street and E Lake Avenue, from the CDC ofTampa, Inc. Mrs. Limehouse said h e r husband always wanted to own a L a undro mat. W e are 221 1 1 1 2 E. Kenn e dy Blvd Tampa, FL 3360 2 lnfoOHhla w n e t I www .Jihlaw n e t 1467 Tampa Prk Plaz 0 Nebraslcll Ave. & Scott St. 813.229.9300 Mi. Leonard Limehouse, S r i s shown with M s Ton i Watts, CEO of the C D C o f Tampa, I n c after h e pur chased the Nehemia h Laundromat and Ice Crea m Parlor in January. going to keep it. I t was his dream to have it and t h e fami l y will o perate it. Mr. Limehouse was involve d in several organiza tions and o nce owned a local b aseball clu b He was a f ormer member of B lake's D a d s Club, and was c u rrentl y a memb e r o f the Blak e H ig h School Booster C l u b, t h e Blake High Alumni Assoc i ation, C o ach of the Yello w Jac kets Little League, and a member of the Gra ndp a r e nts Associatio n H e was attending Sanctuary or Tampa Bay _at the time of his death. He is sur:: vive d b y his wife, childre n. grandchildren, and great grandchildre n o ther f a mil y m e mber s, and fr i ends. Funeral s e r v ic e s for M r Limehouse w ill be held on Saturday, April 28th, a t Ne w Salem Primit iv e B aptist Church a t 11 a m Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813 ) 248-1921 or by e-mail at


FEATURE Family Feels Fight Might Have Lead To Young Football Player's Death When Ms. Lucy Mills talks of her grandson Cedric aka 'CJ', she smiles with pride. She's raised him from the time he was born, and said all he ever wanted to do was play football. His dream was to play for the University of Miami, and Ms. Mills said that's all he talked about. That dream was cut short Wednesday evening when Cedric Jammar Mills, 17, was shot to death while visiting his parents' home in Carver City. According the police report, Mills was standing in front of his parents' residence when a vehicle drove up. Neighbors reported hearing one or more gunshots and someone screaming. Mills was found laying in his front yard with two gunshot wounds to the abdomen. He was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Mills, a junior at Jefferson High School, was a star line backer on the Dragons football team. Well-liked and ed, news spread quickly about his death. ;Rolice 'are cOridti ctirig interviews with everyone who has come in contact with 'CJ' O\ cr weeks. Some family members feel the fatal sn6ofil1j(ma}'oe-a: resi:ilt of a fight 'Q' was involved in a few wee') son en "He always had time for m them, and wouldn't _mind Z lending a helping hand. ::.. "When 1 -got the news of: m ,_ r f -a, was m .disbelief. Lam awar:.e of, c: going "'on with young people today, .because !!l I'm surrounded_by them all z the time. "D Ms. Mills lot of C: m young people to r talk to, but not her en "The ones that give you ffi respect are the ones you stay C close to. 'CJ' gave everyone he came in contact with respect." m 'CJ' had followed in the footsteps of his father, Vidal -f Mills, who also was a star ffi football player at Jefferson en High School during the 1980s. g 'CJ' has 3 brothers, 2 sis-"""' ters and 2 stepsisters, and was a member of Mt. Tabor M. B. C Church. 'T1 Aiken's Funeral Home is in charged of arrangements. ?< CONGRATULATIONS .... t -. -2007 GRADUATES High school or college is a that deserves recognition. ;. Sol DaVis Printing can help make ordering your easy! Our .lnv!tation Package includes invitations envelopes and .name cards all for one low price .... and includes a Qhoto 'of the 'I., o; '!""" r .. \i 1i With .ind With your your. invitations can be as Sf:lecia (as your-... \ .... .. ,; .. \ .... -, -' Call' or visit Sof Davis Printing tqday : .. for higl) qual it)( invitations fast ...... J 5.205 Lois Avenue \ FL 3J614 Phone: 8'1-S 3 5:3-3609


,...... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS r--: N ..J a: 11. < FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol Nahonal Newspaper Publishers AssocmliOn (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc Now York Lc'l 1990 -94 CP TrmB\.'!VIntemahonal <( 0 a: 1.1.. POSTMASTER: Send Address Chan'::le To Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Perrod r cal Post;1ge Pard At Tampa. Fl W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscrip!ions-$44 00-Per Year Bolh Edilions: $87.00-Per Year One Edilion. Opmrons expressed on edrtonal page!' ol thrs new sp aper by or Guest Wnters do not necesscHIIy rellect tile cdr!or1al s!Jnco o! Tr1o Florida Sentinel Bulletin or tne PubiiSilc r Our Food Supply: A Call To Actionl his may well be one of the most important edi; torials you've read in quite sonre time. : However, after reading it, you may want to give up eating. Either that or you may want to start growing your own food. We certainly hope all of our readers have been reading and listening to the news reports C regarding imported Chinese wheat gluten that has poia: soned cats and dogs and has more recently been found u. C in food given to pigs and chickens on farms in at least z 6 states in this country. < Our food supply is in danger of being poisoned every day due to poor monitoring and inspection of food C shipments from foreign countries. In fact, only 1.3% of ffi all imported shipments of fish, vegetables, fruit and ;:::, other foods entering this country are inspected. Consequently, uncontrolled importation, the risk of a: low quality and contaminated foods and ingredients place us just a shipment away from a nationwide cataW strophe similar to that which has been faced by many C grieving pet owners earlier this year. Furthennore, when you consider the fact that all of en our daily foods are at risk, some of which are pizza ffi dough, jalapeno peppers, sodas, salad dressings, ice ;:::, cream, whipped cream, crackers, spicy potato chips, a. cheese, preserved fruits, protein shakes, energy bars, Z vitamins, baby fonnula and beans, our plight becomes ti frightening, if not downright frantic. ::f Consider that in March alone, the Food and Drug ;:::, Administration (FDA) detained more than Boo shipm ments of "grains, fish, vegetables, nuts, spice oils, and iif other imported foods for reasons ranging from filth to Z unsafe food coloring, contamination with pesticides i= and salmonella." If the 1% inspection figure is true, ffi this means that at least 8oo,ooo other shipments had en not been inspected. Do we have your attention? Are you hungry yet? a: We urge you to contact each of your Congressional 0 de\egation members, and ask them to provide adeii quate funding to increase the number of FDA inspec-tors for monitoring imported foods and food ingredients to our country. Make the call today! The life you save may be your own, and the lives of your children as well. Maybe .They'll Begin To-Llstenl you heard that the State of Vermont's senavoted last Friday to support a, "non-bindresolution calling on the United States House of Representatives to launch impeachment pro-ceedinga against President George W. Bush and VicePresident Dick Cheney?" As the first legislative body in the country to call on Congress to start impeachment proceedings, the Vermont Senate leads action being taken by citizens in Hawaii, Missouri, New Jersey and Washington. This week, talk in Congress led by Rep. Dennis Kucinich to impeach Vice-President Cheney has also Let's Clarify Issues Concerning Slavery! (Series) and the institution of slavery? The fundamental cause of the Civil War was firing on the Ft. Sumpter, South Carolina, by Confederate soldiers on April 2, 1861. A month earlier, the Confederate Congress had met in Montgomery, Alabama. They adopted a constitution which declared that the pas sage of any 'law denying or impairing the right of property in Negro slaves was prohibit ed. Yes, this is the direct link between slavery and the Civil War. Now let us make that other linkage. The cause of the Civil War had to do with the action taken at Ft. Sumpter. It defined the action as a bold attempt by the Confederacy to leave or withdraw from the Union, the United States of America. In other words, what happened at Ft. Sumpter was treason Ft. Sumter was prop erty of the U.S.A. Let us keep in mind that the issue of slavery has quite a history in this nation. When the Declaration of Independence was adopted back in 1777, the institution of slavery had been around since 1619. And though Thomas Jefferson had included a paragraph in his original draft to eliminate slavery, that para graph was deleted. When the Constitution was adopted in 1789, slavery was institutionalized in Article One, counting 3/5 of the slaves for both representation and taxation. Let's keep in mind that there was no income tax at this time. States paid taxes to the federal gov ernment based on population. Here, southern states benefited where membership in Congress and the House of Representatives was concerned. Southern states had to count 3/5 of the slaves when paying their taxes. Isn't it strange that here, inadvertently, while trying to resolve their political problems, white political leaders legislated slaves out of the human family. Blacks were counted 3/5 of a whole human being, not a whole person. Did they ever teach this in American History? (To be continued.) My Point f View Ms. IRIS HOL T()N It's Not .Just Offensive, It's Wrong he fall out from the mments that Don Imus made about the Rutger Girls Basketball team has caused a different kind of fall out. Now, people are speaking out about the lyrics of rap songs where anything goes. And that's a good thing. Most recently, hip -hop mogul Russell Simmons echoed what many have been saying for years. He believes the broadcast industry should consistently ban racial and sexist comments from all rap so ng s and the airwaves. Currently., there is no set standards governing what can or cannot be released over the airwaves other than the FCC. And although there are the so-called clean versions of the songs, most recording companies decide what to exclude As a result of this freedom of speech," rappers use the "N" word, the B word, and the W" or as most spell it ho word with reckless aban don But it's not just offensive, it's wrong to allow such lan guage. By doing so, and by our accepting it, we are endorsing its usage. After all, taking no action is taking action Simmons, a pioneer entrepreneur in the industry, launched the career of LL Cool J and many others. He s also th e founder of Def Jam. And considering all that he hears in the industry, if he says it s tim e to stop, then it 's overdue During an interview earlier in the week, Simmons said, "We are recommending that they (extreme offensive words) are out. This is a first step. It's a clear message and a consistency that we want the industry to accept for more corporate social responsibility." Of course, not everyone agrees with him. And it will be interesting to see what action, if any, the music industry takes on this issue. But, I wouldn't be surprised if nothing changes because their main concern is making money. And they will continue to release what makes them lots and lots of money. So this puts the issue squarely in the laps of the artists Chances are, many of them are r espo nsible parents and don t want their children listening to such lyrics --just like other parents. begun. Nevertheless, regardless of impeachment calls, we believe no action will be taken by Congress. Given the number of investigations undertaken during the Bush administration, including the current inquiry about United States Attorneys firing, the invasion of Iraq, the outing of a CIA official, secret mllitary prisons, spyina on U. S. citizens phone calls, invasion of citizen privacy, no-bid contracts to administration friends and donors, the disappearance of impOrtant c-malls, without any serious talk of impeachment, we're almost certain Pres. Bush will continue down the lonesome rolld1re'travels, listenlni to no one t:flan himself. Meanwhlle, we hope Pres. Bush will take his cue from Former Pres Rlchard'Nixon who was finally pressured out of office over the Watergate affair. Whethereonaress begins impeachment proceedings or not, maybe the talk about such actloUS. coming from every corner of America -from citizens, the Vermont State Senate. and even from certain members of Congress -will cause Bush and Cheney to "stralahten up and fly right," as Nat King Cole or\ce sang. No matter, the on the wall for America's newest "Mutt and Jeff." Here's hoping they have eyes to read it!


A Nevv Black Govemor For Th e State Of Mississippi! is name is Purcell Deitrich. His deci sion in early 2006 to run for governor of Mississippi caught by surprise! Deitrich, who took office on January 4th of this year, is the state's first Republican governor in 16 years. But more than that, Deitrich is the first Black governor in the history of Mississippi! One of Deitrich's first Wells presented a live radio broadcast that terrorized millions of listeners into believing an actual Martian invas ion was in progress. Needless-to-say, when the smoke settled an d the program .was over, countless Americans were not amused when Welles went on the radio and in his cultured voice grinned, GOTCHA!" Deval Patrick is his name. And he has indeed initiatives is to add 1,000 made history as having officers to Mississippi's become the first Democrat police forces in an attempt in 16 years, and the first to further diversify what, Black American in history, for years, has remained a to he appointed governor of minority-deficient profes-the State of Massachu sion in that state. The setts ... not Mississippi! Governor has also called (However, if anybody's for .expanding day-long everbeen to the ghettos of kindergarten statewide, Boston, they'd probably be where the pass-rate for forced to say Massachu--Btfic""k;:high school students setts doesn't have an_von statp achievemt>nt tests thing on Mississippi!) .. J). l ,.man,y there is no bt.:'hfhelgovernor of their white counterparts. Mississippi ... just like Another early initiative there is no such person as from this new Purcell Deitrich,.or not Mississippi governor. anyone. of that name who would increase state aid to is gove rnol" of Mississippi, cities_, help that could slow Louisiana, or any other state of America, North, down a rise i11. local prop erty taxes that has been one factor in a high cost of living Mississippi. Indeed, some resi-South, East or West! So, to all you readers who either jumped fQr joy at the thought of a Black governor of Mississippi, or d _ents, including African-. Americans, have fled that got down on your knees to state to find more afford-thank God for something able locales. you thought you'd never Finally, in keeping with see in your lifetime, or for his broad-b .ased all you Ku Klux Klanners, Gov. Deitrich doesn't dis. Sons of the Confederacy or cuss his proposed policies Daughters of the in raci-al terms. StHI, his. Revolu.tion who -because e:Jection -ha!3 lifted the spir-of this article :-'" were sudn_ of millions of denly on the verge of a Missjtrsippj's stroke or a heart'attack, in d erit-s'j" who. :have ofon g words of .periphery .. Orson Wells, "GOTCHA!" ofi)Ower-:.: talk :agarn wliert -= :;on-the. 'ev:ening. oBil : ra-ck Obama becomes ----o-c' : ,1 : u 6., .., <""" ... Felons Restoration Of Rightsl r-1\) ....... 1\) 0 0 ....... I ...... ...... ... ........ of a felony should have their rights automati cally taken away, and once their sentence is completed, their right:; should automatically he restored. For years the State of Florida's Black Caucus has sponsored bills to make restoration of rights automatic with no success. Even during this current legislative session, the bill is languishing in the Legislature with no chance of passing. Recently, Governor Charlie Crist convinced his cabinet, sitting as the Clemency Board, to adopt an automatic restoration policy. Granted, the policy leaves a lot to be desired. It is not what many of us want. Yet, we must admit that it is better than what we had. We need to accept the policy, but continue to work to get the ideal policy. No matter what crime a person commits, if he is tried in a court of law and sentenced, once the felon completes his sentence, his or her rights should be restored. In court, the punishment should fit the crime. If a convict gets out of prison and his or her rights are restored, they should be taken away as often as they commit a crime. It is unfair for lawmakers to assume that any individual will commit another felony just because their rights are restored. No court, no judge, no lawmaker and no law Hood Time By LEON CREWS Should There Be Special Programs For Blacks? ;11/' he very concept of o:f :-\::the 1970 desegrega 't_,; ... tion plan in Hillsborough County was equality. White students prior to 1970 were in the best schools, had the best materials, and the most up-to-date technology. The create a level playing field, Hillsborough County dissolved their two Black high Schools Blake and Middleton, turning them into junior high schools. Since that time, both schools have regained high school status, but there still appears to be a lack of equality within the educational system. The thought was to put Black students in the same classroom as white students, expose them to the same instnictors, and if both races struggle, give them the same help. It has become apparent that black students are lagging behind in the classroom, and instead of them getting the same h e lp as their white counterparts, they' ve been relegated to alternative schools or special education classes. Now, someone has proposed giving Black students uniquely tailored programs strictly for Blacks That sounds to me like a confession that desegregation has failed miserably and a quick fix is being sought. There are a lot of factors that haven't been consid-ered in this scenario. First, the economic and cultural differences of Black and white students dictates they be instructed differently and with mo:re tolerance. It has noting to enforcement officer will admit it, hut the reason so many felons go back to prison is because they are treated like prisoners even after they get otJt of prison. They have trouble getting a decent job, getting a business license, borrowing money, excluded from society's mainstream and are always prime suspects when a crime happens in an area where they may live. Am I soft on crime? Not by a long shot. I believe that criminals belong in jail. But I also believe that they should be given their lives back once they have paid their dues for the crime or crimes they com. mitted. rdo with the fact that the .tD district may provide equal C: opportunity for all stu-d ents to learn. It has to m :::! deal with the tolerance of z instructors t o educate "C Black students in spite of the baggage they bring rinto the classroom The gap has widened m within the education sys-C tern when it co.mes to patience and tolerance. It m is understood now that most educators believe -4 there should be one set of ground rules for all stu-dents to abide by regard-less of where they come l> from z Ask yourself why school C choice failed so miserably? :B Ask yourself why a group c of northern Hillsborough County parents fought tooth and nail to keep their children from attending schools in the inner-city'? 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LOCAL Tampa Housing Director Assures Central Park Project Will Get Done Tampa Housing Authority Executive Director Jerome Ryans said in spite of a published report, he remains optimistic that their plans for Central Park Village will be completed. According to a published report, when demolition is completed, they want to break ground on the Tempo, a 203-unit, multi-family building, and The Ella, a 160-unit senior housing com plex. Because the first step in getting that done is to secure tax credit financing that involved the Tampa Housing Authority having to compete with 53 others statewide for $11 million. Of the 53, 5 are from Hillsborough County. The selection process is done by lottery, and the Central Park projects drew numbers 44 and 52 for the two projects. I want to assure everyone that this is just a process, said "Ryans. "We had the same issues with our other projects. It's going to get done I assured the board ofthat .. Unlike their past projects, -Ryans said they're not using HOPE VI funds, but have P .a!tnered with the Bank of America. He said THA Exec. Dir. ... says he's not concerned about delay in funding. because the area is within a CRA boundary, that will have some impact on the financing. "We've cleared those hurdles before. I stand committed to this project, although it may take a little longer than expected Ryans said residents from Central Park are relocating all over the city and county "We've relocated about 200 families so far and have been approved for an .additional 380 vouchers. We'll have from 100 to 125 residents that will move into public housing. "We just have to remind people that this is not public housing any more, so they Barefoot Prophet Smith ofGainesvi11e, FL A S e rvic e You A.tfhrd To Miss!, need to hold on to those vouchers. We're not quitters." Ryans said they also are looking at plans for Robles Park and North Boulevard Homes, but that is down the road. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentinel. com --REGISTER TODAY For Your Free Shoes--TO REGISTER Fi-U om the fonn below and mail it to Kingdom Worship Center @ P.O. BOX 340825 FL 33694 Or FAX to 813.500.4921 by Deadline 05104107 City ________ ----'State ________ Zip. ___ ---'--. Please Select One: Man ( ) Woman. ( ) Child ( ) Shoe Size: Registration does not gurantee reservation of shoes upon arrival Event will begin at 9 and shoes will be distributed until supplies are out Promotional Design@ www.megamcdiaonlinc net "T1 JJ c )> "'C JJ r 1\) 1\) 0 0


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This is one of our ser vices to the community," said LaToya Smith; Public Relations Officer for the African Ambassadors. "We will have a variety of doctors on hand to various tests, and everything is absolutely free." Dr. Chuma Osuji, President I CEO of the African Ambassadors, began the free health fair in 2003, and the organization has held the event twice a year since then. Smith says that nutritionists DR. CHUMA OSUJI President I CEO, African-Ambassadors and dieticians will also be on hand to assist attendees who need advice on their eating habits. "An aim and one of the goals of our organization is to pro vide and support free medical, legal and social services to the underprivileged members of our community," said Dr. Osuji. The health fair will be held at True Holiness Church located at 3800 N Nebraska Avenue. For more information, please call813-732-5505 Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at adavis@fl.sen tinel.com. ST. JOHN CAIHED 3401 E. 25th Avenue Tampa, FL. (Comer 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: 813-248-37370r248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 CareUne: 248-HELP BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email' us at sQministries@Ool.com Mission Statement "A Church of the inner d(y r.eachlng out to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNilY OUTREACH,INC. I HOUSE OF LYDIA LOCAL Author Offers Advice On Getting 'To The Altar' In A Year Whe n talking with Ms. LaVern C. Thaxton about h e r book, the first thing she says i s that her method works. She said once impl e. mented, those women with marriage on their minds can make it happen. But Ms. Thaxton also issues a warning about her book: "The contents of this book are for mature women only. That means women who are truly serious about applying the essentials outlined here. That means women of substance, who desire to tum over a new leaf and have a fresh start in life. However, she's sharing her "secret" with the rest of the women who are serious about marriage. The book is entitled, "How To Get Your Man To The "Altar" In 1 Year." Ms. Thaxton said the first step is to put God first. And the next is to 'remove yourself from the all you can eat buf fet.' Stop being manipulated; stop making it so easy for men to get a free ride; stop becoming their 'desert' for free; and stop being a bootie call (you can dress it up ladies, but it's still what it is); Churdl 5d!ool unday 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship* unday a. m Mid-Week ervlce" Wednesday 7 p.m. (Prayer Muting, Bible tudy) / ,,,1/w:.: l od I \tj /1,,, ... New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. Lak e Ave Tampa FL 33610 {813) 503-9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CHSON Sunday Schoo! 9 :30 A. M. 11 A.M. Morning Worship Tuesday 7 P. M. rayer Meeting & Bible Study "How To Get Your Man To The "Altar" In 1 Year" By La Vent C. Thaxton and stop being desperate and doing anything you can to keep a man." She also advises that women should take a critical look at their relationship and make sure that he is the right rpan If he's not, she advises, "to give up the fight, throw in the towel, and for a change, trust in God." But, she said, if you feel he is the right man, then "lay down the law" and allow him to stand on his own two feet. "This means laying down the law in my life first, so that I could attract the right kind of man: Ms. Thaxton said she has been the recipient of 5 proposals during her 38 years. And she admits that her first marriage was disastrous. Today, she is married and feels that this marriage will work "It's not easy being married, but it can be done by praying diligently, associating with like-minded Christians, and allowing Christ to be actively involved in this ordained covenant Ms. Thaxton is the mother of a teenager and is currently working towards a B A degree in Sociology The book is available at Barnes and Nobles Book Store, Author House, and Amazon.corn Reporter Iris B. Hq_lton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@fl.sentinel.com. Come celebrate with us on our Pastor and First lady 3rd Pastoral Anniversary PASTOR QUANTAI WASHINGTON And RRST LADY NICOLE WASHINGTON April 25th-29th Theme: When God Calls a Man -Romans 8:28-39 PASTOR OSCAR JOHNSON Greater Bethel M B Church rll 27th -7:3 G, MILLS Mt. Sinai M B Church, Orlando April 29th -4:00pm THE NORTHSIDE M.B. CHURCH FAMILY CALUNG ALL FORMER MEMBERS, FAMILY AND CHRISTIAN FRIEND TOJOINTHEM FOR S> FlUEXDS DAY CELEHHATIOX '''"",' '-. -;:-' \ ,,.-... :' SPEAKER: MINISTER OTIS COOPER St. John Progressive M.B. Church CHAIRPERSONS: Sis. Sophia Bentley Sis. Marilyn Rivers REV. JACOB JORDAN Pastor


LOCAL ROTC Cadet Presented Awards During Ball Following in her older sister's footsteps, Constance Richards, 15, was accepted as a member of the King High School ROTC during her freshman year at the school. Her sister, Sable, a junior at the school, is also a member of the ROTC She also had the opportunity to attend the annual Military Ball, where her dedication and hard work was recognized and reward ed. During the recent ball held at the DoubleTree Hotel on Saturday, April 7th. Constance was pre sented a United States Coast Guard Leadership Award and several ribbons for Aptitude, NSI Cadet, Conduct, Personal Appearance, Unit Service, and Armed Cadet Achievement. Constance was also presented a medal for Outstanding Performance and promoted to the rank of Seaman Apprentice. Constance is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney (LaShon) Richards and plans to pursue a career in the military following graduation. She is a member of Cathedral of Faith Fellow s hip Church. Tums 12 Happy birthday wishes go out to Cyril Blythe Andrews, IV, who turns 12 on Monday, April 30th. Cyril is a 6th grader in the IB Program at Williams Magnet School. He likes to read, ride his bike, draw and play video games. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, III. Also wishing him a happy birthday are his siblings, Ayla, William, Adam and Hermione and grand-.., parents, aunts, uncles and cousins. i\'IOUNT OLIVE A.i\'1.E. CHURCH 1747 \V Lasalle Street Tampa Flo rida ......,/' R 13-254--5045 ...._.. Carolyn A Favors Women's Mis sionary Society ANNUAL \VOMEN IN \VHITE \VITNESS HOli R April29 _lla.m MRS. MELVIN MORGAN, Episcopal \VMS President, Guest Speaker Ynttc Balla rc.J F W I Prc sic.Jcnt // Mary T h omas hairpcrsun /.// R c, James /% _Dr. D < n u th y Youn g E p i scopa l / / Fruit Of The Spirit Outreach iVIinistr v :1XI4 E. 7th A\cnuc Ybor Cit\ _-;_-,(,()) -(X I :1) S00-5XX5 / lulllwjiui/ o{llie Sfliril is lo w fo_I/IL'IIn'. longsll(jirlll.l.!. ki lid/less. goochwss, .f(ti 111/itllless, gettii<'IW. I S s e / c c 111/tr 1!. W e Provide : E m e r ge ncy S h e lter C l asses On Integ rit y Food And l ot hes 24H our B aptis m Galntiuns !ii: 22 SEAMAN APPRENT IC E CONSTANCE RICHARDS ... R ecognized A t Military Ball H e r m othe r said, "Constance pla n s t o g r a du a t e, the n b eco m e a m em b e r o f the U. S. Ma rin es. Whil e in the milita r y s h e pl a n s c o mpl e t e college a nd purs u e a c a r ee r in l aw. S h e wants t o b e c o m e an attorney for J.A.G. I'm really pro ud o f b oth m y d a u ghte r s a nd altho u g h it does worry m e t h a t Constance wan t s to e n te r t h e military w hil e t hi s war i s going on I support h e r d ecis i o n S h e's focused a nd that's I\) w h a t s h e wants to do. Once Constance se t s h e r mind o n som ething s h e f o llows thro u g h until the e nd So, I know s h e will f o llo w thro u g h o n h e r dreams," Mrs. Richards said. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@fisen t i n el. com. 0 0 -...j Does Your C hurch Nee d A Keyboard Pla y er') I S o A L o c a l M u s i c i a n I s L o okin g For A Chur c h To Play F or. M o r Inf ormatio n Please Call 813-789-2774 "TT ,... 0 :c 0 )> (J) m z z m ,... I CJ c: r r m z c: CJ !: (/) ::I: m 0 m < m :c -< .Jt c: m (/) c )> z 0 "TT :c 0


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LOCAL -., :0 0 City To Hold Household Chemical, Electronics Collection )> "'tJ The City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management will hold a Household Chemical and Electronics Collection from 9 a .m. to 2 p m. this Saturday, April 28, 2007. The collection will take place at the Solid Waste facility at 4010 West Spruce Street, located behind the main Solid Waste building The following materials will be accepted at the col lection site: paints and solvents; used motor oil; automotive products; pool chemicals; mercury-containing devices, such as fluorescent light bulbs and thermometers; lawn, garden and tHE q()rff?Et ti!YQ BIG GOSPEL PROGRAM April 28, 2007 7 P. M. Glorious Community Holiness Church Of Jesus 1611 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.* Tampa, FL Rev. Williams, Pastor* Rev. Mary Toby Asst. Pastor All Groups Are Invited Come One ... Come All ... For More Information Call: 81 277-0353 TRUE LO.VE M. -B. CHURCH 1908 N. 36th Street Tampa, FL, 33605 REV. W. T. CARPENTER, Pastor (813) 247-7909 35th CHURCH ANNIVERSARY WOMEN IN RED *.MEN IN BLACK PROGRAM REV. W. T. Pastor Sunday, April 29, 2007 3:30 p. m. SIS. VICKIE CARPENTER Speaker Of The Hour SIS. NIAZIE WATSON Chairperson Theme : The Church : Its Worship and Work MATIHEW 28:16-20 SUNDAY SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION CLASS 9:30AM INTERCESSORY PRAYER 9 :25AM-10:25 AM MORNING WORSHIP 10:30 AM CHILDREN'S CHURCH AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY EXCITING BIBLE STUDY 7 :30 PM JESUS UNIVERSITY (YOUTH &TEENS) 7 :30PM FRIDAY -.. -. -. Enjoy the FAITH-FILLED, STIMULATING ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT of live classes each wcel< at Grace & Truth Christian University For More Information Log On To Our Website At: WWW.GRACEANDTRUTHEMPOWERED.ORG household chemicals ; and electronics including computer monitors, printers, CPUs keyboards and televisions. The city will not accept any explosive, radioactive or biomedical wastes at the collection site and only res id ential waste will be accepted JJ Department of Solid Waste 1 at (813) 348 1111. 1\) ....... Residents in the City of 1\) To access the facility residents should enter on Clark Street. For additional information, please call the Tampa can now recycle card-g board at the Manhattan .....,. Brush Site, located at 6727 S. Manhattan Avenue. Did you know that you could get FREE money to go to college? What do I need to do to get this free money? 1) Get accepted at any college/university or decide on a junior college or trade school of your choice. 2) Contact Ms. Bowers at 677-6438 or 8306 Fir Drive, or Mrs. Washington at 416-8107, 8204 Fir Drive or Mrs. jackie Mix at the First Baptist Church of Village. 3) Pick up and complete the application from the Foundation 4) Write a 400-word essay about yourself (this is for first time applicants) 5) Have a recent photo not larger than 4 x 5. 6) Turn application in to Mrs. Bowers or Mrs. Washington on or before May 3, 2007 Is There Anything That I Need To Do To Qualify? Yes, You Must... 1) Be presently living in Progress Village and have lived there for the past five (5) years 2) Apply for the scholarship before May 3, 2007, by submitting your application at the above address 3) If you are already in college, you must have a transcript from your college or university 4) Pick up your application and complete it as stated above with all other documents 5) Submit your application before the deadli .ne of May 3, 2007 Are There Any Other Funds That I Might Be Entitled To? Yes: For all 2007 graduates residing in Progress Village What do I do. get this money? 1) Attend the Awards Program that will be held at St. james AME Church at 4:30 p. m. 2) Show your diploma as proof of your graduating and receive $100 cash. 3) If you have made the Honor Roll, bring your report card and receive $25 for each quarter. What about other Students? Any student that lives in Progress Village and has for the past five (5) years and is in the 9th through 12th grades may receive $25 for each time they made the Honor Roll during the school year. You must attend the Awards Program to present your report card verifying that you did make the Honor Roll. If you have any questions about the Program or the scholarship money, you may call Mrs. Lois C. S. Bowers at (813) 677-6438 or Mrs. Linda Washington at 416-8107. Get A Colle e Education You Owe It To Yourself Deadline to turn in application is M ay 3, 2007 Awards Program to be held on Jun e 2, 2007 at St. James AME Church of Pro g ress Village "TT ro JJ (/) m z ::! z m r-1 tD c: r-1"'"' !!l z c: m r-Ci) :J: m c m < m JJ < -1 c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 "TT JJ 0 Sincerely Lois C. S. Bowers, President Pro ress Villa e Foundation Inc. Board 7' )>


" 0 0 N N ..I a: a.. <( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::J .... fj: w > w c w :I: en :::; D ::J a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::J D w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. <( N ..... w CJ LOCAL Church To Host Annual 'Law Appreciation Day' On Sunday, April 29th, members of the Greater Mount Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, 1225 N. Nebraska Avenue, will host their 2nd Annual "Law Day Celebration." The event will take place at the church during the 11 a.m. service. Last year, more than 75 law enforcement personnel form the Tampa Police Department, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, U. S. Attorney's Office, Palmetto Police Department, Temple Terrace Police Department and the University of South Florida Police Department attended the service. DR. WILLIE J. W ILLIAMS .. Pastor OfMt. Moriah Dr. Willie J. Williams, Senior Pastor, and the congregation donated an officer's vest to the Tampa Police Department. This year, another law enforcement agency will be the benefactor of a vest as well. "We take this opportunity to pay special tribute to the men and women of law enforcement who risk their lives to serve and protect the citizens of our community. We hope this expression of love will show our appreciation for all that law enforcement officers do to keep us safe," Dr. Williams said. In addition to the recognition ceremony, agencies will also have an opportunity to set up displays for those with an interest in law enforcement. The public is invited to attend the program. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information may contact the church at (813) 223-3023. Council Approves Search LaYisuit Filed Against Po .lice On Thursday, members of the City Counci l approved a settlement f or a Tampa family whose home was searched without a search warrant. The settlement is for $65,000. According to the lawsuit, filed by Attorney Angela Wright, the incident took pl ace in 2000 a t the home of ... "No amount of money can undo what is done." Ms. Melvonia Johns. Ms. Johns said members of the Tampa Police Department came to her residence without a search warrant and accused her of hiding illegal drugs. CHAIRPERSON SISTER KIA GEORG .. More Story On Page 21-A THE FIRST LADY SUPPORT GROUP Cordially Invites You To Our 2ND ANNUAL GOSPEL SPRING FEST In Honor Of S unday April 29, 20017 4 p.m. The Theme Color for This Event Is Purple In The Spotlight KADIJAH Coming to you from Spotlight this week is the beautiful Kadijah. This young lady is a mortgage broker from Unique. Financial, spe cializing in purchases, refinancing and commercial properties. This art:lbitious and talented young lady hopes to build her own mortgage empire in the future, and is still pursuing a modeling career. Congratulations to Kadijah on being this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature FlRST BAPTlST CHURCH OF LlNCOlN GARDENS 4025 Palmetto Street TamPa. Fl. 33607 879-1351 REV. A. W. GREENE. Pastor ...... JANICE NUNN NELSON 11 a. m. SPeaker ALFONSO LEWIS FLOYD RIVERS. 4 P. m SPeaker a.k.a., OJ FLOYD JOY 4 P. m. Master of CeremonY Other Promm ParticiPants: Leafie Lee. BettYe Johnson. Tamara Jackson, Martha call. Alva WtRiams. Johnnll Brown. Charlotte Black. Sandra Jones. Erilne Buffer and Various Male Choruses of the Clfll. KEEWANEf BARTON Proaram Committee MinistrY Leader MARTHA STEVENS Proaram ChairPerson DEMETRIOUS TOLBERT Proaram ChairPerSon Co-ChairPersons: PAULA STEVENS JONES And WILBERT ARMSTRONG


1 \. LOCAL 'TI JJ 0 -The National Coalition 1 Beaten Homeless Man In Critical Condition l> "'C JJ -: Of 10. 0 --lack Women, Inc. Members of t h e Tampa P olice D epartment are seeking information on who attacked a homeless man and caused life-threatening injuries. The man was discovered on the porch of a vacant house earl y Tuesday morning. r-1\) Installed Eleven Nevv Members 1\) 0 0 ......., According to police, Officer Bob Barrett was on routine patrol when h e found 48-year-o{d Aaron Lamar Dennard qn the front porch of 1910 N. Lamar Avenue around 6 a.m., Tuesday. Dennard was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where he was admitted and place d on life support. The extent of his injuries was not ...... ... Found severely b y police New members seated left to right nre: Carroll Thompkins-Reeves, Natalie Epo, LaRhonda Jones, Jolanda Thornton, Mindy R. Rainey, Liesta S Sykes, Lonnie M. Carson, Ida WilliamsCampbell, Catalina A. Thomas, Grace Miranda and Angela M. Winslow. rele ase d. tionary period when hired, Ms. Laura McElroy, but had exceeded that time. spokesperson for the Tampa "He was an absolutely out-The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition uf 100 Black Women, Inc., held their membership installation ceremony on Sunday, March 25, 2007 at the Embassy Suites, USF. The installation ceremony was chaired by Vice President Gwendolyn M. Miller of Membership and Doris V. Scott, Co-Chair of the Installation Ceremony Committee. Dr. Sandra Helen Wilson H!innah was Mistress of Ceremony: Greetings were -br.ought' .by Ms Darby, National Board Member from J>olk County -Chapter.: Before tlie-:-' swe'ar : ing in,-the new members' were se-renaded by Janette Spencer-Qavis, .Esq., former member. The Chapter installed eleven gracious young \\omen from varied professions and leaders h i p backgrounds. Past-President, Jacqueline Wilds saluted the members with a toast. The elegant candle lighting induction ceremony was witnessed by many friends and family members. The Rev. Doctor Zachery Hudson delivered. the Words of Thanksgiving. The new members were showered with many gifts and acts of sisterly love. The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Nati9_nal Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. is a non profit voluntary organization that is dedicated to community service and leadership development. Its mission is to advocate on behalf of women of co .lor through national and local action and strategic alliances that pro-JJ jS1LJSt Try; If You Do Not Like Him Satan W1tl Always Take You Back. Colt 24-Hour Prayer Line (813) 500-5885 ** April 29, Z007 11:00 am :note its national and international agendas on leade rship development and on gender equity in health, edu cation and economic development. The president, Marion F. Cole gave the members a few words of challenge 9:30A. 7:45 A. M. Wor..hip (First Sunday Only) ll:fHl A. M. Worship Bible Stud Police Department said, "His standing employee. He did injuries are verycritical and his work well, he was always 0 we are just fortunate that on time, and he even came in JJ the officer on patrol found early to make sure every-him and caJ Jed an ambu-thing was right. He was con-en lance. But we need anyone in scientious about what he did. m the community who saw or We had no intentions of let-heard something to come for-ting him go. Z ward. We're asking the com"When I read the reports m r;-munity's help on this case." about this situation, I see a aJ According to a local news homeless man. But he source, Dennard was have people who cared about' rrecently hired to work as a him and who loved him. I janitor at Mount Calvary don't see why anyone would z Junior Academy, located in do something like this. And, "U East Tampa. I hoping that the coverage 5i Dennard has family living this is getting will cause any-C in Tampa. However, they one who anything ?r declined an interview heard anythmg to come for-m through a spokesperson for ward so that the persons C Tampa General Hospital. responsible for this can be Edson Jarvis, principal of brought to justice," Jarvis Mount Calvary Junior said. Academy said Dennard had Anyone with .information is ....,. been working at the school asked to contact the Tampa for the past month. He was Police Department at (813) en placed on a two week proba-231-6130. -, .. -..-.:.. -'""' ..v ..... : .._ -:.-,,-., ... y ..;..-.-.:.-... ..-. ,.,,, ,.;,.-.,-.:. '''' ""-''-.: .y., '' .,:-' )> ,-., :'>.'''''''''"'"'-' --:-. Z c ., ::u TYER TEMPLE U. M. CHURCH FAMILY 6 330,3 N. 15th Street* Tampa, FL, 33605 For ELDER VALERIE GOODARD Guest Speaker R,..,ILUINE CHRISTOPHER Pastor SIS. DEANNA HALL, Guest Pianist Sl$. TIFFANV BROWN & THE PHD DANCERS is casual. Plan to join us immediately following the service for a picnic feast prepared for the family and friends in the Courtyard.


"' 0 0 C'll C'll ...1 a: a. <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c UJ w ::;) 1-ri: w > w c w :X: UJ ::::i m ::;) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..!. w z i= z w UJ a: 0 ..J LL SPORTS SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY The Excitement Of The NFL _Draft Saturday will be a time to assemble the masses, pop the tops and get ready to watch the 2007 National Football League Draft. It won't be an NFL game, but it will be exciting. It will b e fun to speculate, and to see what players your favorite team drafts. It. will be fun waiting to see what players go where. It will be eve n more fun if you have a relative waiting to b e drafted. If yo u are a football fan, it will just be fun. If you don' t care about football, it will be fun just trying to keep your throat wet. It will be fun for a _week after the draft discussing who should have drafted who Who should have gotten drafted and didn't, and who got drafted and shouldn't have The draft starts at noon on Saturday. KinseyNamed ---: Of The Month Former Jefferson and UirlverSity of South Carolina star Tarence Kinsey was named the _NBA's Western Conference Rookie of the Month for the iast month of the season. The Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard averaged 18: 9 points, 7 rebounds and 2.5 steals during that period of time. The Grizzlies finished the season on a three-game winning streak. The son of Lisa MacPhearson Howell and Tarence Kinsey, Sr., TARENCE was moved into KINSEY the Grizzlies starting lineup over the last 13 games of the season. "TK" as h e is called said that it was both a surprise and an honor to b e recognized for his hard work and dedication. Bucs Cut Quarles Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Shelton Quarles was an excellent football player, and one of the most respected Bucs. Quarles' last season was hampered by injuries. Now, he is being let go because he did not pass his physical. .. The Bucs brought in a free agent, all-pro linebacker who plays the same position. Word is, the Bucs were going to cut Quarles whether he passed the physical or not. It is often said that these things are life in professional sports. I wonder how the Buc s will handle Derrick Brooks when his day comes. We've seen how they handled Sapp, Lynch and now Quarles. Bonds Belts No.741 LOS ANGELES --As Barry Bonds inches closer to Hank Aaron's career home run re cord, he's leading the San Francisco Giants on their most s uccessful run in nearly three years. llonds hit hi s 74lst caree r homer, a three-run shot in the first inning Pedro Feliz had the go-ahead homer in the sixth and the Giants beat Los Angeles 6-4 Wednesday night to extend their winning streak to seven games. San Francisco last won seven straight in June 2004 "We're putting some runs on the board and that's huge for us," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "A lot of good things are happening." Bonds has homered in three of his last four games, moving him within 14 of Aaron's mark. He sent a 1-1 pitch from Randy Wolf into right-center field. It was his second homer off Wolf and first since 1999 "I think he got it off the end of the bat," Wolf said "When he hit it, I really didn't t hink it was going to be a home run. I've given up quite a few to know what they sound like, but he's a guy with kind of superhuman power and he doesn't always need to hit it perfectly. n :\BE BROW\ '11\ISTRIES CRrS \DE C.\LE\D.\R Next Stops ... COLUMBIA C. I. FLORIDA STATE PRISON & ''0" WORK CAMP GAINESVILLE C. I. & WORK CAMP LAWTEY C. I. LOWELL C. I. & ANNEX (WOMEN'S) MARION C. I. & WORK CAMP NEW RIVER C. I. {EAST & WEST UNITS) NO. FL. RECEP'OON CTR. (EAST & WEST UNITS) UNIONCI. Date: May 5th, 2007 [)epartur:e Time: 5:00 A.M. Retum Time: Approi. 6:00P.M. Round Trip Price: S20.00 CaD Sl3-247S For To ReserY.e .. .n,.,, IMW lnCIIIUI'rJitJd )Qiamle b.lftm,r" .. \ Bucs Release Longtime Linebacker Shelton Quarles BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have parted ways with one of the most consistent players in the team's history. The Bucs released Shelton Quarles, their longtime middle linebacker, on Tuesday. Bruce Allen, the Bucs General Manager, announced that Quarles had failed a team physical examination, and has not fully recovered from previous injuries The 10-year-veteran missed four games last season with knee, ankle and groin injuries. There was also speculation during the off-season that a neck and hip injury might force Quarles into retirement. However, the 35-year-old says that he still has a desire to play football. "Shelton has been a great contributor to the Buccaneers. He's given ten years of not only solid football, but also solid leadership. SHELTON He has provided QUARLES a spark for this team for a long time," said Allen. "I think if we were sitting here in 2017 he would still want to play football ." During his career, Quarles has accumulated 953 tackles 13 sacks, four interceptions, 18 passes defensed, seven forced fumbles and eight fumble recoveries. Quarles joined the Bucs starting lineup in 1999. Third-year-pro Barrett Ruud is expected to fill the middle linebacker position with the release of Quarles. $50 before May 4 2007. After May 4th 'it will be' S75 for the I st child and SSO per additional sibling Cash or Motif!!' Order Onlr GRANT PARK CENTER 3724 54th Street* Tampa FL, 33619-(Sl-3 622-1910 --For More lnfonmi tion. Please Call MRS. DAVIS@ (813) 238-0396 or MS. 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Griffey Passes Reggie On HR List Ken Griffey Jr. moved up on the career home runs list with another of his familiar sweet swings, swatting Reggie Jackson out of the top 10. "To pass him, sometimes it's mind-boggling because I didn't think when I started playing this game 19 years ago that I'dbe anywhere close to where I am now," Grift:ey said, Griffey moved into sole possession of lOth place with his first homer of the season, and 564th of his career, helping the Reds to a 10-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night. Jackson made a congratulatory tele-REGGIE JACKSON And KEN GRIFFEY JR. phone call last fall when Griffey tied him, and Griffey expected another call soon. ''Not yet, but somehow he'll find out," Griffey said. "I just don't hit them as long as he did. I don't get the ooh, aah, ooh shots.' Rams Acquire Hall-. From CHiefs ST. LOUIS --The St. Louis Rams' long search for a return man ended Wednesday when tb. e team. picked up' orie of the best in NFL history, acquiring Dante Hall from Kansas City in exchange for a fifthround pick in this weekend's d@ft -. .. --_ "We fitte "'0 JJ .r-1\) -...! 1\) 0 0 -...! Fayette County District Attorney Scott Ballard told The Tennessean newspaper the case won't be heard until at least September. at Ballard's office seeking ''There has been no resolution to the case, and I guess we are in a holding pattern comment Wednesday 0 weren't immediately ::c returned. King Ta'!'pa Bay Tech, leto, Hillsborough, Plant Robinson, Jesuit, Chamberlarn, East Bay, Jefferson, Plant City, Brandon, Tampa Catholic Academy of Holy Names sororities, fraternittes organized clubs and all bay area students, neighbors, friends ... For the past several months the All Class Reunion group have been hosting social events. These events spark old friendships and memories of times past. Students from the classes of 1970's to 1980's are inviting you to join in to make this event grand. The group sponsored past events at the Shark Bar recently to standing room only; events were also held during the Christmas holidays, Martin Luther King holiday and just recently at the Good Luck Cafe in Ybor City, where all enjoyed each event. Come join us to catch up on the past and meet new and old friends. Let's show unity in the community in a positive way", says Marvin Knight, a local business owner and graduate of Leto High School, class of 1979. The group has taken time, energr., and funds to highlight this event and ask for all 1970 s-1980' s students and friends to support the events. *May 4th, Friday night* 7:30p.m.* Meet and Greet at the Shark Bar, 102 S. Tampa Street May 5th, Saturday 11 a. m. -3 p. m. Picnic at Rowlett Park; Fun, Food and Games; Family May 5th, Saturday 8 p. m. until Sheraton Riverwalk Hotel, 200 N. Ashley Street Black & White Semi formal (adults only) May 6th, Sunday We plan to fellowship together at a selected church TBA .-. -. Tickets: $35.00 (Tickets Can be purchased at Oriental Fish Market, Aikens Funeral Home and Big John's Barbeque) Come out and show your support and catch up on old times. For more Information and tickets on this upcoming event call Adrlan White at 231 or Valerie Frazier at 24S-204l6. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Sarcoidosis Foundation and a local charity. DON'T MISS OUT ........... Great for professional Networking. Bring your business cards.


" 0 0 N ,..: N ...J c. < > LL c LL c z < c en w :::> ..... > w > w c w :::r: en ::::i D :::> c. z i= w ...J ...J :::> D ...:. w z i= z w en < c 0 ...J LL Maggette To Undergo Knee Surgery LOS ANGELES --Clippers swingman Corey Maggette was scheduled to undergo an arthroscopic procedure on his right knee Thursday The Clippers said Wednesday the operation will be done to alleviate the intermittent pain Maggette suffered in his knee during the season Although bothersome, the condition did not cause Maggette to miss playing time Clippers team physician Dr. Tony Daly, assisted by Dr. Steven Shimoyama, was set to perform the surgery at the Center for Ambulatory Surgical Treatment in suburban Westwood. COREY MAGGETTE Maggette averaged 16. 9 points, 5 9 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 75 games this season Suns' Barbosa Wins Sixth Man A1Nard PHOENIX Leandro Barbosa, among the fastest players in the NBA, ran away with the league's sixth man award Monday. The "Brazilian Blur" received 10 1 of a possible 127 first-place votes from a media panel. The honor came one day after Barbosa matched his career playoff high with 26 points in the Phoenix Suns' 9587 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday in Game I of their opening series. "Give him a soccer ball the Lakers' Kobe Bryant said when asked what could be done to stop Barbosa. "Tell him Brazilians should be playing soccer, not basketball." Barbosa was a reserve in 62 of the 80 games he played this SPORTS Paul Unlikely To Play For U.S. Team This Summer CHRIS PAUL OKLAHOMA CITY --New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul had a screw inserted in his left foot Monday and will likely be unable to train with the U S basketball team this summer Paul's agent, Lance Young, said the former Rookie of the Year was to have a follow-up v isit with doctors on Tu es da y after having the screw inserted in his fifth metatarsal. Paul h a d been playing through a stress reaction for the final month of the season and had the procedure done five days after the end of the regular season. Hornets spokesman Scott Hall said there were no complications with the season adding extra speed to the already fast Suns. Boston Celtics Cutting Ties With Sabastian Telfair BOSTON --The Boston Celtics are severing ties with guard Sebastian Telfair just days afte r he was arrested in New York with a loaded gun in his car. Team managing partner Wyc Grousbeck said Telfair, who was the 13th pick in the draft in 2004 and is coming off a disappointing first season with the Celtics, would not be back with the team. "The facts and circumstances of his case have not been determined but he does not have a Celtics locker and we do not anticipate that he will Grousbeck said in an e-mail. H e did not s a y how the team w ould handle the remaining s eason on Telfair's contract. Telfair's attorne y Ed Hayes, said the Celtics are rushing to judgment. "It always bothers me when you punish a guy so severely before there s-been a finding of fact. 1 think that's wrong whether it happens in Durham (N C) or in Boston Hayes said referring to the Duke lacrosse rape case Hayes said Telfair is a "nice SEBASTIAN TELFAIR nice guy" who has no drug problems has never hurt anybody and supports 17 relatives on his NBA salary since being drafted out of high s c hool. He's come so far and don e so well I don t thlnk you have to throw him overboard Hayes said Telfair, 21, of Brooklyn was arrested early Friday after police in Yonkers N.Y., stopped him for speeding and found a loaded handgun under a seat in his SUV. Warriors' Ellis Named Most Improved-OAKLAND, Calif. Golden State guard Monta Ellis was selected the NBA's Most Improved Player on Wednesday, edging Sacramento's Kevin Martin in the closest voting in the award's history. Ellis, a second-year pro who joined the Warriors straight out of his Mississippi high school, reteived 47 first-place votes and 352 points from a panel of sports writer? and broadcasters. Martin, the Kings' guard, .gPt. 44 -first-place v.otes .. --... .. MONTAELLIS points. Utah's Williams was a distant third Drug Probe To: Vlck Property SMITHFIELD Vu. --Police conducting a drug investiga tion raided u house owned by Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and found dozens of dogs, some injured and emaciated. Police also found items. associated with dog fighting. State Police Sgt. D.S. Carr said Vick's relative, Davon Boddie, 26, lives in the house. Vick owns the but doesn't live there and ::wasn't present when a search ,warrant was executed in a ; investigation wednesday night, Carr said. Boddie was arrested out-side a nightclub by Hampton police April 20 on charges,of m&rijuana p o s with distribute. The search warrant was executed by a dictional task force iri a cotics probe. More than 60 dogs were found in .three buildings .. Some malnourished, scarred and officials said.


MR. EDWARD PURNELL JENNINGS, III Funeral services for Mr. Edward Purnell Jennings, III, of 1819 E. Humphrey St., who passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 1 p. m., at St. John Progressive M.B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco, Pastor Bartholomew Banks, officiating. lnte1ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Jennings was born October 5, 1968, in Camden, New Jersey. He took pleasure in football, music, movies, cutting hair and spending time with his friends. He leaves to cherish his precious memories: wife, Nitika Jennings; 3 children, Shayeh Jennings, Desiree .Jennings and Edward .Jennings; dad, Edward Jennings (Cloudine); mother, Deborah Jennings; sister, Amora Jennings; 2 brothers, Robe1t .Jennings and .Jermaine .Jennings; many valued friends, including Rick Ricks, Cedrick, Tim Hampton and Will Collier; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends, whom will miss him dearly. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Friday evening (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 68 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 8019 Fawnridge Circle. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 12:45 p. m on Saturday for the service. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. SHEENA GAIL HAYNES The homegoing celebration service for Ms. Sheena Gail Haynes., of 3003 Sligh Ave., who passed away on Friday, April 20, 2007, will be held Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 11 a.m., at 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. TIIIIIJI, Fl33610 PfL.(813, 232 Fax (813t 231-0521 ut our fium1r take care o{lour /fmul1 c are thr. kr._y tfl aJillr. "";/ .,.,:;'li,-MS. SHEENA GAIL HAYNES Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M.L. King Jr. Blvd., with Pastor Frank Watson of Life Changing Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens cemetery, Thonotosassa, Florida. Ms. Haynes was born December 27, 1960, in Tampa, to the late Robert and Ida Mae Haynes. She was a member of Life Changing Baptist Church. Sheena was preceded in death by: both parents; brother, Robert Lee Haynes, JL; sister, Ruby Burney; aunt, Mary E. Fluker; and cousin, Kim R. Fluker. She leaves to cherish her precious memories: 3 children, Ququannaka Watson, Taurean Watson, Ursula Frazier and husband, Toby; grandchildren, De'ante Watson, Eric Walker, De'sza Casteel, Toby Frazier, .Jr., Jamal Frazic1, Zhanc \Vatson, Anniva Watson, D'waync Willi (/) m z ::j z m r-1 Ill c r r m ::! z "'0 c Ill r-(/) :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< c m (/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::0 0 )> -<


c a: LL c z c C/) w ::> 1->a: w > w c w J: (J) :::i m ::> a. z j::: w _J _J ::> m I _J w z j::: z w (J) c a: 0 _J LL I Q) T"" w (!) FUNERALS MR. HUBERT 'B O O BOO' DAVIS Homegoing services for Mr. H ubert "Boo-Boo" Davis of 3303 E. Genesee St., who passed away Sunday, April 22, 2007, at home, will be held Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 1 p m at New F irst Union Missionary B-aptist Church, 3 707 E C h e lsea Ave., Frank Gray, Interim Pastor, Reverend Laurise Hamilton, pastor, Hanani Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment wi ll follow i n Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Davi s was born on December 2, 1926, in Cuthbert, Georgia. He received his education from the p ublic schools of C uthbert, GA. Mr. Davis moved to Tampa at an early age and was a resident for 7 0 years. He was employed by International Longshoremen Association, Local 1402, retiring after 38 years and the Grand Wash Laundromat for 19 years. He was a member of Hanani M. B. Church. On February 15, 1968, a union o f holy matrimony was formed between him and Cora Lee Butler, from that union one child was born, Chalette "Cha-Cha" L. Davis. Hubert was preceded in death b y : Pearlene Davis ( d a u g hter), Sally Spence (mot her), Arthu r White (father), Clarence Davis and Ernest Davis (brothers), Sally Carr, Carri e James, M ozaline Eleb y and Mattie Madiso n (sisters). Mr. Davis is s urvived by: his loving and devoted wife, Cora L. Davis; children, C halette Davis and h usband, Kane, Annette Belamy of Ft. Lauderd a le, E dward Davis and wife, Mary, and Arthur Smith, Jr.; brother, Emmitt Davis and w i fe, Rosa; 2 sisters, Katherine James of Boston, Mass., and Alice Davis of T ampa; brothe r -inlaw, Milton Carr of Cuthbe r t, GA; sisters-in-law, B arbara J. Dixon and hus b and, Thomas, Genia Butler Taylor, E velyn J. Hamilton and husband, Reverend L aurise, Maeordrie Jones and hus band, Darryl, LaConnia L W atkins and husband, Terence of Boynton Beach FL, Soraya M. Alexande r and husband, Wilmer, and Margaret Jenkins Butler; a hos t of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins too many to name; special friends, Elmer Stevenson and wife, Rasheeda; all of his friends at the Grand Wash Laundromat; and a hos t of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repos e today, April 27, 2007 from 5 -8 p.m. at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 34th Street, and the family will receive fri ends from 6-7 p. m. in t h e chape l. The funeral cortege will arrange f rom 3303 E Genesee Street a t 12:3 0 p m on Saturday, Ap r il 28, 2007 THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THE EULO(;Y. Ser v ices atTangcnlcnts entt ustl'd to .JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. BROTHER LEONARD BURSTON A homegoing celebmtion will be held at The Center For Manifestation on Saturday, Apl'il 28, 2007, at 11 a. m., where Apostle Mark Jones i s Pastor and the officiating, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hil-l Cemetery. A memorial service was held in h i s honor at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center on Tuesday April 24, 2007, at 10 a.m. Born to James and Carrie Burston, Leonard was a God-fearing man, he loved the Lord with all his heart. He was born in Tampa. He dedicated his life to serving God's people. He accepted the Lord and became a member of Word Of God Ministries under the leadership of Bishop Betty J Dorsey. He was an enthusiastic participant in Sunday School, a deacon, a teacher, and active in various activities held at the church. He held many positions at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and received many different awards from H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. He a l o held positions at USF Physical Plant for 8 year where he was an outstanding and loyal worker. Brothe r Leon ard A l o nzo Burston i s surv ived b y: his loving and devoted wife, J aque l y n A Burston; 2 s t e p sons; 7 g r andchildre n ; his father, J a mes Burston, Sr.; mother, Carrie Burston; siblings : brot h er, Anthony James Burston, and 4 s i s t e rs, Luwanna and Melvin Clarkston, Pamela and Donald Westley, M ichelle and Noe l Coolie, and Montrae Burston; uncles; Willie C Walke r and wife, Claudia, James Walker, Richard Burston and wife, Anita, and Rogis Burston; aunts, Emma Jean Crews and late husband, J C., and Lucille Smith; and a host of other loving cousins, friends and loved ones. Visitation will be h eld a t Morning .Glory Fune r a l Chapel, 5100 N. N ebraska Ave. Tampa on Friday, April 27, 2007, from 6 8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE, Mr. H a r old Jones, Owner. MR. JAMES 'DUKE' CANNON Having left this earthly journey on Monday, April 23, 2007, funeral services will be h eld for Mr. James "Duke" Cannon on Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Emmanuel Tabernacle Baptist Church A postoli c Faith Inc., 1 11 0 E. Yukon Street, where E lder W E. White i s Pastor and will b e officiating. A private interment will follow services. Mr. James "Duke Cannon was born on June 2, 1940, in Savannah, Georgia. He received his education in Hillsborough County Public Schools, after moving to Tampa. As a young boy Mr. Cannon was employed at several locations but retired as a Gourmet Cook. He was preceded in death by his d aughter Princess. He leaves to cherish his m emory: mother, Marie Cannon; his loving and devoted wife, Geraldine Cannon; sister, China Mae and husband; sons, Thomas, Jame Jr., Michael, Terry and Gerard; daughter, Roxanne and husband, Antron; goddaughter, Cynthia Leavell; granddaughter, Shabrina and husband, Vernell; 3 sisters-in-law and a brotherin-law; and a ho t of grandchildren, great grandchildren, aunts, uncles, niece nephews, cousin and other sorrowing relative and friends. Vi itation will be held at the Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebra ka Ave., Tampa, on Friday, April 27, 2007, from 6-8 p. m. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE, Mr. Harold Jone Owner. local, news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 MS. LATOSHA ALBURY SMITH Ms. Latosha Albury Smith, also affectionately called "Bab y T" of 1 550 C hestnut Strcct ,\pt. A., passed a way Saturday, April 21, 2007. Funeral services will be conducte d Satu1da y, April 28 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, Pastor T D Leonard with Pastor Eric Campbell, officiating. Interm ent will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Smith was a lifelong resident of Tampa and was educated by the public schools of Hillsborough County. She was preceded in death by: her g randfather, Louis Albury; and uncle, Anthony Albury. She leave to cherish her m emory: two children, Latisha Albury and Malike Byrd; father, Louis Albury and wife, Gu sie; mother, Brenda Smith; grandmother, Lela Albury; grandfather, Lenard Maze, Jr.; four siblings, Donald Smith, Amanda Albury, Derrick Smith and Tianna Smith; two aunts, Gail Jackson an. d husband, Jessie and Denise Cogman and husband, Tim; three uncles Bernard Albury and wife, ecila, Michael Albury and Lenard !bury grand uncle, Bernard Albury and wife, Wilhemenia; first cou in Keith Jone Willie Pittman, Kari ta Jones, Dietrick Pittman Marlo Albury and wif Tiffany, Katrina Jone Deni e Larry Albury, a hon Jackson, Michael Jack on, Je sica Jackson, Kebee Albury, Ronika Albur (and mother Anita) have! Albury Donte Talfer, Alicia Talfer, Vashon Talfer Kali ha Talfer, Shennian Kimp, orey Kimp, Demitriou Tnlfer, Cerra! Talf r and D rion Talfer; second cou in Reggie Me all and wife, Gail Don McCall and wife, Dawna, Steve McCall and wife, Carla, C l e m e n t i s McCall, R odney McCall, Albe r t D e l a u g hter, Sam D e l aught e r, Cecil D e l a u ghter, James D e l a u ghter, L enora D e l a u ghte r C l audia D e l a u g h t er, Gloria D elaughte r L e o Albury, Wanda Albury, Eric Albury, Eric a Albury and Freddric k Albury and wife, Jane t; and a host of third cousins, o ther r elat ives and friends. The r emains will r epose after 5 p.m. today, April 2 7 2007, at Ray Willia m s Funeral Home, 301 N H o w ard Avenue and the f amily.,will receive friends f1om 6 7 p .m. at the chapel. A r rangem e nts entrusted t o RAY WILLIAMS F UN E RA L H O M E, Rho des & Northern Own!'rs MS EDNA LAVERN GARDNER Ms. Edna LaVern Gardner of 2416 E. 19th Avenue passed away, Saturday, April 21, 2007. Celebration of life will be conducted Saturday, April 28, 2 007, at 2 p. m at Ray Williams Memorial C hapel 301 N Howard Avenue w i t h Pastor Earl Hor ne, officiating. I nterment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Gardner was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was educated by the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Erwin Yo-Technical School. Ms. Gardner was baptized at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Hahira, Georgia. She was employed as a Heal t h Care Assistant for Wellington Manor Nursing Home. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ulysses and Iberia Louise Gardner. She leaves to cherish her memory: son, Erich Walker; two daughters, Cantrece Walker and April Walker, all of Tampa; 11 grandchildren, Gregory, Jr., Jeniqua, Taja, TiJon, Jeffrey, .;r. Michael, Katura, Erich, Jr., Johnny, Jr. and Janae, all of Tampa; 7 brothers, Pastor Earl Horne of Macon, GA, Ru9olph Gardner, Robert Gardner, both of Adel, GA, Mack E. Gardner of Jacksonville, Darrell. Gardner and Anthony Gardner, both of Valdosta, GA, and Fred Gardner of Hinesville, GA; eight si ter Emma Jean Horne of Hahira, GA, Elenda Gardner, Jacqueline Wilks, Regina Gardner, Joyce Gardner and Dedra Gardner-Morris, all of Tampa, Karrie Kyer and Sondra, both of Valdosta GA-great grandson, Gregory Spears, III; pecial friend Lewi Wilford and Wa nette; a host of nieces nephew cousin other relatives and dear friend The r emains will r epose afte r 5 p m., today, April 27, 2007, at Ray Williams Funera l Home, 301 N Howard Avenue Arrangements entruste d to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owne r s


MR. LEONARD LIMEHOUSE, SR. Mr. Leona1 d Limehouse, St. of 2718 W. Grace Street passed away, Thursday, April 19, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 28, 2007, at 11 a. m. at New Salem Primitive Baptis t Church, 1605 N Nebraska Avenue, with Reverend Shafter Scott, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Limehouse was a long resident of Tampa, and \\'as educaud hv the public school,; of Hi llshorou:..(h County, gtaduati ng from Blak< II i g h School. He was a memhPI' of Blake High Athletil' Booster Club. l\lr. L i nll' hou st was l'lll pI o y ed a s a Bus Dth!!P. a dtgTtt in ('ILtl'lt, IBillit) .\ndtt-'on Ldutation '"'Pt-s'on Iota So r or i t \'. S h ( was a .J r.. a .Jon l' s. \'a,.; h s t i nH'mhe1 of :-\tw Bdl. (:\loniqu<') Phi In d t l ph in Community And l' 1 son I II : T t l' n a Church. Andtson. Charntll (:\aron) Sh<' lea\'ls to elwrish her Hitlwrdson. Tiffanv llH'nHll'ies: motlwr. Hosl'tta .Johnson. Cln1cnce B. Sowtll, St. l'l'ttrshurg-;:.! Andtrson. Ashley h1ot l)('n;, 1\.Pnt .:\!org-an .. Jr.. ,\ncltrson, l'ony St. and H:uold De,in Sheneik Morgan Palnwtto; Anderson.. -Rickey (i sisters, Rosct.tn Dot Anderson. ,ft., Mar.lene Young (Rit'hanl), .Gloria i\1. :\nderson, Charlene B1:yant (l'itrec), Frnn,!. :es i\1. Andcson, Cienia Cato (Russcll) and Theres a Anderson, Aaron "Momma TC'e'' Lnss ite1 all Anderson, Erica Anderson, of St. PNe, Brenda L. Smith Ryan AndeJson,_Samuel (L,Irry ) of Tallahassee', and WalkC'I JaiC'n Walker, Bob E. Alderman of Darin Ande1son; Crystal Ol'lando. Sh "0 :II I I\) -...J I\) 0 0 -...J 'TI r-0 :II 0 )> en m z _, z m r-1 Ill c rr m _, z "0 c OJ r en :I: m 0 m < m :II -< _, c m en 0 )> -< )> z 0 ., :II 0 ., m -'f: :w..;


,..... 0 OLE IS ALIVE ACTS 1:8 il C:( c a: LL c a: LL c Z > t < c (J) w ;:) .... > a: w > w c w J: ..J m ;:) Q. z tu ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z i= z w (J) c a: 0 ..J LL Operation Legacy, Emma Lee EVANGELIST EMMA LEE CARPENTER Bucified Angel "May the work rve done speak for me. n Bucified Bert, Dream Seeker. 13) 248-1921 Sometimes the people who need to Ray are the ones wfio cant :--. .... -. .. Smd amdoltnas Send flowtrs Rtad obituaritS "l-1tw photos Mucbmort one's fuhcral, we're plcasied to ofkr you another way to share your con--dolences. Frpm virtual messages to actual floral arrangements, visit us online and wc'J1 help you send all the thouahts and final wishes you would to offer in penon. www. wtlson .. funeralhome .com MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM REV. J. S. PARIS April 23, 1979 Sadly missed and loved dearly Your wife, D. I. Paris and family. IN MEMORIAM FREEMAN MALONE April 24, 1969 Our spirits are lifted when we reflect upon your teachings. We remember and love you. The fa.nllly. IN MEMORIAM BOBBY A. BELLAMY, SR April 26, 2000 The void you left has not been filled. We miss the sound of your laughter, and the strength that you exuded daily. Missing you: wife, children, grands and family. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1 921 IN LOVING MEMORY OF MR. RAYFORD B. ALLEN, SR. 3/8/1911-4/29/2006 Today, we reflect upon those cherished moments of not too long ago of the sweet echoes of your precious and gentle wisdom. The times we laughed and cried together about the things that were so dear to our hearts, inspires a great deal of pride. We can never forget those values that shall forever be a part of our lives. Most of all, we will continue to treasure and share the love that you so freely gave. Love always, the family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF HERBERT D. CARRINGTON, SR. Oct. 17, 1898-April 24, 2006 It has been one year since you left us and there's not a day that goes by that we don't think of you. Your kindness and friendly smile live on with all of those you touched. We love and miss you. Your family, the Carringtons. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northernt Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253 Fax : (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net r------------------------, (813) 248-1921 Name: ___________________________ Mailing Address: _________________________ City: ______________ .State: _______ Z ip: _____ _6 Months S44 _I Year-$87 Mail Or Bring Payments To: 2207 E. 21s t. Ave. Tam a, F =3J60=z:..5 __________ ., .., : ...


. ---, = CARDS OF THANKS --NATIONAL CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Lucy Gladden would lov e to give a heartfelt thanks to everyone who s hared in the celebration of Lucy's homegoing. We deeply appreciated your prayers, cards, food thoughts and support and a ll of your love and gifts. Thank you: Dexter But ney of Calvary Tabernacle (Pastor James Wolfe) for making Lucy's homegoing a beautiful celebration. LifePath Hospice, you were great (Red Team). The Gladden and Burney families. CARD OF THANKS There are many things in life that we cannot understand. But we must trust God's judgment and be guided by His hands; and all who have God's blessing can rest safel y in His care. For He promises "safe passage" on the wings of faith and prayer. MR. BUFORD WOODROW MILLS, SR. The family of the late Mr. Buford Woodrow Mills, Sr. wishes to thank each and every one of you for your prayers, phone calls, visits and other acts of kindness during our loved one's illness and demise. Our hearts have been made to feel warm and uplifted by many loving acts orku1dness shown to us b_yt}le Eastside Funeral "Home Harry Cloud, Mr .. Jesse and .,...staff, Weyand Foods fami-Elder Michelle Patty, I H 0 P E I f N tl Reverend Shafter Scott, M s y .... nc. o or 1 Carolina, Middlcton.High Cynthia Flowers, Mr. ass of'59, Tampa Clarence and Mrs. Carol Electric om ott.on, Elder Arthur Diagnostics students and Green, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. staff of -Florida A&M -Tony_ Jackson, David .!University, Eagles Harris, Football Florida Sentinel Mtchael Harns, Dante 'Ms : Larseena Martin, Sa lex is Campbell Dixon; Mr. Dudley and and Amanda Cleveland, Mr.s.:Debt;a Hearns,-Ms. and the many others who Tasha McMillan, Ms. were there for us. We shall Patricia Robinson, be eternally grateful to Reverend Alec Hall and each and every one of you. the New Saint-Matthew Mrs. Barbara Davis Mills Church Family, Reverend and family. FAMILY NOTICE === Family Needs Help For Daughter's Funeral A young Tampa woman was admitted to a lo cal hospital early Thursday evening after complaining about not being able to breathe. She died shortly after 4 p m., Friday morning. The cause of death was heart failure. Ms. Bobbie Gambrell said her daughter, Ms. Rhodisha Mayleen Gambrell admit.ted herself to the hospltbl after having problems breath-ing. Rhodisha Mayleen Gambrell was a sickle cell patient and the mother of two, Rodale DeRon Robinson and Phoenix Mercedes Ford. Her family _needs your help for her burial. ,, 6:P...Jease call Antoinette : or -. 1t r r /-" RHODISHA GAMBRELL Freddie Ford at (813) 325-2492 or Hysim Caldwell at (813) 270-3946, if you wish to make a donation. Senate Panel Reinstates Boot Camp Death Claim MARTIN LEE ANDERSON ... Died after being sentenced to a boot camp Attorney Benjamin Crump, right with Martin Anderson's parents, Gina Jones and Robert Anderson, left. The teenagers' parents have received $2.4 million from the Bay County Sheriffs Office, which operated the boot camp. :c c )> "0 :c r-1\) ...... r-0 :c Members of the Criminal and Civil .Justice Appropriations Committee recently voted to re-instate a $5 million award in the death of a teenager who died at a Florida Boot Camp. The action of the panel means the full Senate will vote on the settlement. If approved by the Senate, the bill will then move on to the House for approval. wrongful death. They were ter of a Person under the age 6 On January 6, 2006, Martin Lee Anderson arrived at the Bay County Boot Camp as a juvenile offender. However, within hours of his arrival, a video shows several guards punching the 14-year-old. After Anderson stopped breathing, he was to a hospital, where he died the following day. Following his death, Anderson's parents, Ms. Gina Jones and Robert Anderson, filed a lawsuit for seeking $40 million. of 18. > Governor Charlie Crist Charged with his death were supported a settlement of $10 Henry Dickens, Charles z million with $5 million being Enfinger, Patrick Garrett, ::! paid by the State of Florida Raymond Hauck, Charles and $5 million being paid by Helms, Jr., Henry .r;-Bay County. The state has McFadden, Jr., and already paid the family Joseph Walsh, II. Ms r-$2oo,ooo. The panel voted Krion dsutity"n. e_' .f" unanimously to give the fami-cu -t ly $ 4.8 million Atty. Piun Bondi, i Anderson's parents spokesperson for the ., Hillsborough County State recentl y accepted a $2-4 mil-Attorney's Office said no trial I lion settlement from Bay date has been set. en County The original autopsy claimed ji Nearly a year after his death, that Anderson died of Sickle C then Florida Governof JeJ : Cell Anemia. However, a sec-m Bush assigned Hillsborougli Jhe:,-County State Mark yo\iitgSter di .oo of -. Ober to investigation t,he Reporter Iris lJ .lfoltoh death. Attorney Ober can be contacted at (813) c charged 7 guards and a nurse 248-19.21 OJO by e-mail at m with Aggravated Manslaugh-iris@flsentinel.com. c )> z Council APproves From 12A c ., :::D 6 In the lawsuit, Ms. Johns taken away from her. She also nique or tool.' allege a detective handcuffed said that after leaving the "The lead detective, Paul her and locked h e r in a b ed-home, the officers re-entered Miller, had over 20 Internal room in the presence of her two witho"ut permission Affairs complaints .... Ms. daughters. The officer s report She furth e r stated that dur-Johns was locked in handcuffs edly searched the home, but ing the incident, the officers in her bedroom separate from found no drugs threatened to kick her door in her children for over an hou1 Ms. Johns filed the lawsuit if she didn t open it, threatened while officers searched her against the Tampa Police to call the K-9 units and used home to include breaking inteDepartment in 2004. On April other forms of intimidation. rior locks, searching food con3rd, the agreement to pay the She said she never gave them tainers, her refrigerator, toilet, family $65,000 was reached consent to search her home etc.," Atty. Wright said. and signed in court. "They asked if they could. Ms. Laura McElroy said Dut : ing an intervie w with the search my attic and I told them Miller retired from the departSentir&el, Ms. Johns said, the 'no,' but they it any-ment in the midst of another experience is one that will last way. But they never found Internal Affairs investigation. her for a lifetime: drugs and I wasn't charged She further stated -that the "They broke the law. Any with anything." officers involved in the Johns ordinary person would have Atty. Wright said all but case were set for. additional been charged if they had did two of those involved were training on seatch and what these officers did. They eran officers. "The distutbing seizut-es. .need to be held accountable facts of this case that-After the Jqhna, case the' and liable for their-actions. I concern all citizens of Tampa is Tampa PoliCe h'as don't think ari).:'i1n9qnt of the ins'titu!ed a po!icy of money can undp what'ls done." or exposed why ofte n 'Wtitten consent befQt-e .' Ms. Johns said .. the in cident that homes or P e .rsoris 'at' e in'S a sea' t : c h': on a 'citizen >: .. laste d nioretiuin :an hour: searched without .co'nsent: ; home :+. ; : .-An d the. offi RP.po1ter s,.: liolt'b,.: .. cef: .. victil'ns -of.this hnac 'Oonta.'ctt>tl' a t : (813)' m Qtlil ,drerr' copljutple and aaQ\'itted tegu -'J48-.l9! 1 .. ina i I a ( Fam1bes "nd have he.r cbildten teq\1-., t! _, '. ). ....,.. -, :",.. '\


....... 0 0 C\1 NATIONAL ....... C\1 ...J a: 0. Two Police Officers Plead Guilty In Woman's Killing c a: LL a: LL c z c en w :J ...... > a: w > w c w :::t: en ::::; m :J 0. z i= w ...J ...J :J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL ATLANTA, G eorg i a Two polic e offic e rs plead e d g uilt y Thursd ay t o mansl a u g ht e r in t h e s h oot in g death of a 92 yearo ld wom a n durin g a b o t c h e d dmg r a id la s t f all. A t hird o ffice r s till fa c e s char ges in th e w om an's death O fficer J.R. Smith told t h e j udge Thursd a y th a t h e r e g r etted w h a t h a d h a pp e n e d "I'm sorry t h e 35 yea r-old s a id hi s v oic e bar e l y a u di b le H e p l e a d e d g u i l t y t o m an s l au g h t e r v io l ation of o a th c r i mi n a l solicitat i on making false statements and perjury which was based on untiU e claims in a warrant. Fonner Officer Gregg Junnier, 40 who retir e d from the Atlanta police force 111 January plead e d guilt y to mansl a ughter v iolation of oath crimin a l solicitation and making fals e statem e nt s Both men are e xpected to fac e mor e than I 0 y ears in prison The charges followed a Nov ember 21 "no-knock" drug raid on the home of Kathryn Johnston, 92. An informant had described bu y in g drugs fr om a deal e r th e r e, po lice sai d Whe n t h e officers burst in without warning Johnston fired at them and they fired back killing her. Fulton County prosecutor Peter Johnson disclosed Thursday that the officers involved in Johnston's death fired 39 shots striking her five or six times, including a fatal blow to the chest. He said Johnston onl y fired once through her door and didn't hit any of the officers That means the officers who were wounded likely were hit by their own colleagues he said. Junnier and Smith, who is on administrati v e leave had been charged in an indictment unsealed earlier Thursday with felony murder, violation of oath by a public officer criminal solicitation burglary aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and making false statements. The third officer, Arthur Tesler, also on administrative leave, was charged with violation of oath by a public officer, making false statements and false imprisonment under color of legal process. His attorney, William McKenney, said Tesler expects to go to trial 'l,'esler, 40, is "very relieved" not to face murder charges, McKenney said "but we're concerned about the three charges." W In Junnier's Smith's cases prosecutors asked the ... judge Thursday to withhold Kathryn Johnston, 92, was shot to death during a drug raid gone wrong at her home on No vember 21. se nten c ing until a fter a he a ring l a t e r Thursd ay 111 fed e ral court w h e r e both a r c exp ec t e d to e nt e r ple a s U S Atto rney Dav id Nahmias s aid th a t th e r e conuncnd e d fed e ral sentence for Junnier will be l 0 years and one month in pri s on and for Smith 12 y ears s ev en months The s tat e and federal sentences are ex pect e d to run co n curr e ntl y Both men co u l d h a v e faced up to life in prison h a d they been conYictcd of murd er. The de a dl y drug raid had been set up aft e r n a rcotics officers said an informant had claimed there was cocaine in the home When the plainclothes officers burst in without notice, police said Johnston fired at them and the y fired back. No cocaine was found The case raised serious questions about no-knock warrants and whether the officers followed proper procedures Atlanta Police Chi e f A tl a nta P o lic e Chie f Richard P enningto n said, "The officers are saying one thing. The confidential informant is saying something else." Richard Pennington asked the FBI to lead a multi-agency probe into the shootout. He also announced policy changes to require the department to dmg-tcst its nearly 1.800 officers and mandate that top supcrY1sors s1gn off on narcotics operations and no-knock warrants To get the warrant, officers told a magistrate judge that an undercover inforn1ant had told them Johnston's home had surveillance cameras monitored carefully by a drug dealer named "Sam." After the shooting, a man claiming to be the infonnant told a television station that he never purchased drugs there, prompting Pennington to admit he was uncertain whether the suspected drug dealer actually existed The Rev. Markel Hutchins, a civil rights activist who serves as a spokesman for Johnston's family, said the family was satisfied with Thursday's developments. "They have never sought vengeance. They "have only sought justice," he said. Richard Prror's Widow Settles Lawsuit LOS ANGELES, CA --Richard Pryor's widow has settled a lawsuit accusing Universal Music Group of selling ll of the comedian s recordings without authorization, a court clerk confinned Wednesday. Pryor sued Universal two months before his death charging the company had released the recordings without his knowledge or permission. After he died of a heart attack in December 2005 his widow, Jennifer Pryor, was allowed to take over as plaintiff "The court took a }l.lOtion to take the matte( off calendar The court was advised they had reached a settlement," said Superior Court clerk RICHARD And Widow, JENNIFER PRYOR Irvin Lackey. Temts of the settlement were not disclosed and attorneys for both sides did not immediately return calls for comment. In his suit, Pryor said it was years before he learned Universal had licensed such titles as "Wizard of Comedy, I Ain't Lied Yet" and Are You Serious'? Baby Found In Trash Bag, Mother Facing Charges DETROIT, MI --Police said a grandfather made a disturbing discovery on Monday when he found a baby in a garbage bag in his Westland garage. Police said the baby was still ali v e when it was reco v ered. The mother o f the baby, Valeeka Artrell, 27, asked her mother and stepfather to take her to the hospital on Monday because she said she was having abnonnal bleeding. Artrell told the doctor she thought she had a miscarriage, but police said the doctor's exam rcYealcd that she had given birth. Artrcll's stepfather said he went home and found an infant baby boy inside a garbage bag. Westland police are calling the child's grandfather a hero. "The grandfather in this case is a hero in my eyes. He saved that child without a V A L EEKA ARTRELL doubt," Westland police Lt. Dan Karrick said. "Even though it was wanner that day, the child could certainly have faced problems of exposure and suffocation." Authorities said Artrcll \vas charged Wednesday \Yith first-degree child abuse and assault with intent to murder after putting her son in a garbage bag and closing it. Artrell is being held at the Wayne County Jail on a $100,000 bond Police said the baby is OK and is in protective custody. Artrell also had a 3-year-old daughter that police said IS also in protective custody : 'Missing Woman' Turns Up Alive--. HENRY COUNTY Henry Count y police say they ma y charge a woman who was the subject of a masstve search Karen Nichols, 48 told officers she had no idea that police were trying to find her for more than a week. A search began after she missed se v eral appointments Nichols' fam i ly and friends even held a candlelight \ igi I for the Stockbridge woman. Police now are talking to a coun ty attorne y about seeking restitution for the cost of the KAREN NICHOLS s e arch Nichols tumed up aliYc and well Sunda y at a Peach Count y motel. House Votes To Bring Troops Home Oct. 1 WASHINGTON A sharpl y di v ided House brushed aside a veto threat VVednesday and passed legislation that would order President Bush to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq by Oct. I The 218-208 vote came as the top U.S. commander in Iruq told lawmakers the r e mained gripped by v iolence but was shO\ving some signs of impro v ement. Passage puts tlte bill on track to clear Congress by week's end and arri v e on the president's desk in coming da y s as the first binding congressional challenge to Bush's handling of the conflict now in its fifth y ear. I Did and Got Big Money and You Can Too! 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CRIME NEWS Scam Artist s Being Sought These are surveillance photos of the suspects being sought on charges of armed robbery. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for the arrest of two men they said committed an armed robbery Wednesday. Tampa Police said an elderly victim was approached by a man who told him he was from South Africa and had a large sum of money he needed to donate. The suspect told the victim once he proved he was well established, he would give him $20,000 cash. All the victim had to do was show the suspect $30,000 to prove he was well estab-lished, and the victim agreed. As the scam unfolded, second suspect showed the victim a sum of money he represented as his $30,000. The three men left together to gather the victim's funds When the victim told the 2 scam artists he was not interested, the men produced a handgun. The suspects allegedly ordered the victim to withdraw money or he'd be shot. The victim and visited several banks where he withdrew $30,000. The Brandori Man Found Guilty On Gun,_ D .flll Charges On Monday, the U. S. Attorney's Office .said a Brandon man accused of trying to distribute cocaine was found guilty of four drug and weapon charges Derek McCalla, 38, was convicted of two counts of possession of a firearm while being a convicted felon, one count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and one count of possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking qffepse. McCalla was nalhed in an indictment December 14, 2007, and found guilty in a non-ju ry trial Accordip.g to testimony at the trial, McCalla struggled w,ith Tampa Police after he was pulled over on June 30, 2006. After being subdued, officers discovered he had a DEREK MCCALLA loaded handgun. In a separate incident on October 24, 2005, Temple Terrace Police found McCalla with more than 116 grams of cocaine and a loaded handgun. LET FREEDOM RING AMOS BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs .308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 ";: (813) 933.0444 Cell: (S13) 493 ft,--. suspects finally released the victim in West Tampa. One suspect is described as a Black male, 45 to 50 years old, 5'10" tall, with a medium build, short graying hair, and speaking with an accent The second suspect is described as a Black male, 45 to 50 years old, 5'10" tall with a very large build, short hair and moles or other marks on his cheeks. Both men were well-dressed. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477). .Juvenile Control Officer Charged With Lewd Battery POLK COUNTY On Monday April 23rd, Polk County Sheriffs detectives arrested 34-year-old Irish Streeter, a Juvenile_ Correctional Irish Officer, on two Streeter felony counts of lewd battery by a suspect over 18 on a victim under 16 yeas of age. During a 2-day investiga tion, detectives identified a 15-year-old victim from Mulberry who_ allegedly engaged in sex with Streeter after chatting with him online. Streeter claimed he did have sex with the victim, but did not know her age, police said. Streeter is employed by the Polk Correctional Institute. Uncle Sandy Says ,,, 3, 7, 8, 11 "There Is a wisdom of 13 16, 18, 23 the head, and a wisdom' 29, 31, 33, 37 of the heart." -----------Trio Arrested Following Police Chase Tampa Police arrested 3 men after a robbery where the victim help lead to their capture. Police said 3 men approached the victim in the parking lot of the Hollywood Nights Lounge on North Howard engaging him in small talk. One of the men allegedly hit the victim across the head with a handgun, threatened him, then snatched a gold chain. The trio fled with the victim chasing them while notifying police. After a pursuit, police used stop sticks to flatten the tires of the suspect's vehicle at 1-275 near Scott Street. The suspects fled, but were DEXTER SMITH MARCUS JOINER arrested after a short foot chase Charged with armed robbery were Stecy :Apollon, 26 Dexter Smith, 18 and Marcus Joiner, 23 Suspected Rapist Faces More Charges ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police have con firmed that a DNA test from suspected rapist Virgil DeBose matches evidence obtained in a burglary and sexual battery case from last month. DeBose is now charge in that crime that occurred on 38th Avenue, North and 71st Street, North. The additional charge is added on to the first-degree murder, sexual battery and burglary charges he already faces. DeBose, 42, was arrested on March 19th and charged with raping a 78-year-old woman. She later died of injuries sustaine "'C JJ r-1\.) -...1 1\.) 0 0 -...1 "TT r-0 ::rJ c l> en m z z m r-1 ttl c: r rm ::j z "'C c: III c en :::t m c m < m ::rJ < c: m en c )> z c "TT c G') m 1\) w I l>


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B aoth Birthday Celebrated Birthday honoree, Mrs. Pauline Jackson. Family a nd friends gathered recently at the Desoto Park Community Center to ce ]e. brate the soth birthday of Mrs. Pauline Jackson. Henry Crawford was the master of ceremony. Mrs. Jackson was escorte d by her grandsons: Arthur Shepherd, Archie Harrison, III, Perys Pruitt, Adriant Harrison, Jamal Kal a w n Pruitt, An twan Jackson, Sr., Tony Wilson, Andre Scott and James Gaddie, Jr. Also on the program were: Shauna Bryant,' Jasmine Gaddie, Deacon Archie Harrison, Verlenda Bell, Jadyn Clark, Jahar Jackson, Arthur Shepherd, Jr., Shanelle Jackson, Deacon Charles Roberts, Thomasina Bryant, Elder Willie B. Combes, Sr., granddaughters: Monica Jackson, Fucunda Harrison, Ayanna Harrison, Shauna Bryant, Trenee Jackson, Ebonee Wilson, Jasmine Gaddie, Shanelle Jackson and Riche lie Collins; and Gail Harrison, Dr. and Mrs. Henry (Madie) Crawford, Jr. He was the master of ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Yolanda) Collins and their children and grandchildren. Shown here at the soth birthday celebration for Mrs. Pauline Jackson are: Shauna Bryant, Shanelle Jackson, Trenee Jackson, Monica Jackson, Fucunda Harrison, Ebonee Wilson, Ayanna Harrison, Jasmene Gaddie and Richelle CoJJins. who gave final remarks. Mrs. Jackson i s a native of Hava na, FL. She is the mother of 11 children, 31 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. The children from her marriage to Archie Harrison are: Twanda, Shahidah, Madie, Archie, Jr., Mance! a nd Yolanda. In 1957, s h e marri e d Robert Lee Jackson a nd 5 childre n were born f r o m this union: Robert Jr., Robin, Thomasina, Warren and Dansenia. Archie and Gail Harrison and children: Facunda, Archie, Archi e, III, Gail, Ayanna, Adriant and Authur. During her professional career Mrs. Jackson work e d a variety of j o b s, including Maas Brothers and Rosa Valdez as a k inde rgarte n teacher. In the earl y eighti es, Mrs. Jackson connec t e d with St. J ohn Missionary Baptist Church with Elder Eddie Newkirk as her past or. (Photos by James McAllister) Mr. and Mrs. James (Frances) Curtis and children. Mrs. Pauline Jackson, center, and her children: Mancel Harrison, Archie Harrison, Madie Crawford, Twanda Roberts, Yolanda Collins, Robin Favors, Thomasina Bryant and Dansenia Gaddie. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie (Robin) Favors and children, Ebonee and Tony Wilson. Mrs. Dorothy Pruitt (left), Mr. and Mrs. Manuel (Martha) Alano, Mrs. Igez Green and Mr. Freddie Lowe at the sot birthday celebration for Mrs. Pauline Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. James (Dansenia) Gaddie and children, Jasmine and James, Jr. Fucunda, Ayanna, Jasmine, Tl"inee, Shanelle, Ebonee and Shauna.


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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Guess Who's Turning 3? 'Nanna Baby' TAMIAH D. LAWRENCE At 3 Months TAMIAH D. LAWRENCE At 2 Years We love you so much Also we will be cel ebrating her birth day at Chuck E Cheese 4-28. Nanna, Ruby, and granddaddy David, and TT, wish you the best wishes Love you. H appy wi s hes go out t o m y little stun n e r "Anthony," b k a Lil-Amp, wh o will be ce l ebra ting hi s first bir t hday Apr i l 2 $ 2007 with f a mily and f r i e nd s at Chu c k E Hope to see m a n y mote. Love always momm y, Keya, daddy, Amp, G G. Ma a n d Papa, grandmas, Gbr-istie a nd Sheila, gra ndd ads Mike a nd Amp, aunti es Osha and Shayla, uncl e Tony, a nd most o f all goddaddy "T-Y.' : "' 1 Happy Birthday. Look Who's 1! t : .. DONTRAY FARRIOR, JR. Newborn DONTRAY FARRIOR, JR. 1 Year Old We're. a very special birthday wish to Jittle the big one to day, 4-07. He will cele-on birthday :: L6\fe";' and family .... !.:. ..... .. ,/+1 ...... 1-<>' l '. ':!. .. .: ,,, .".' I 1 r I-:' Lights, Camera, Action MS. KIKI If a woman can't admit up to her own responsibifit)r..._: how can slte being, a : Jt!lr .. fllhny how age l>rings maturity, wisdom nnd unde rstanding So, live your life to the fullest & c a use you v e onl y got o n e life t o liv e a nd that' s wh y I'm wishing myself f\no t h e r blessed happy b irthday today, 4-27 I'll. s e e a ll m y fun s ton i ght at 112! Also, h appy birth da y to m y horni es mon t h DAEDAE DAEDAE Thank you, thank you! You all are far too kind A year older and wiser. What more can I say, but I do it for my fans. ....... -... Happy birthday Claudius. Lo ve Marjorie, Kierra, Brittany, Terrell, Louella; Dayjon a nd Keyshawn. We love you -.. : Frien d s ca n write him a t: Claudius Clarke, #4805I-_D18; J esup F e d e r a l Cor rectional Institution, 2600 South Jesup, GA, 31599. New ... ..... Hope -; \VIJt.,.c t/,t ,\ <111 1/1c ,,c /)ir>inr F.. t:lllt'oll Street, Tamp11. Fl .HfiiO-thone: (liD) 236-3611 _---......;.. SUMMER CAMP May 29 -August 17, 2007 7:00 a.m. -5:30 p.m. Ages 5-11 Years ARTS & CRAFTS, ACADEMICS, BIBLE STUDY, COOKING, DANCE. FIELD TRIPS, FINANCIAL LITERACY, MUSIC, SIGN LANGUAGE, SINGING AND STEPPING .. ;,: _\.""\. -::::c c )> "0 ::::c r-1\) -..J 1\) 0 0 -..J "TT r-0 ::::c c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 m c r rm ::! z "0 c m r-Ci) ::J: m c m < m ::D -< -f c m en c )> z c "TT ::::c 6 .... '4'0 .. ... ..... ..,. .-: .. ..: ...


... 0 BIRTHDAY GREETINGS 0 "' Happy 5th g: Birthday To The First Lady < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c (/) w t-w > w c w J: (/) ::::i m ::> z _, _, ::> m w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 _, LL. MS. KOURTNEY HARRIS Ms. Kourtney Harris will be celebrating her birthday at Disney World with her mom and Leon. Also at Lowry Park Zoo with her godmother, La Wanda. Love, Tut, Leon, Lil Leon, Coe and grandparents, Lynda, Lee and Tommy. April 25th, 2007 -Happy Btqh(f.ay QUEEN MILLER Proverbs 31:10, "Who can find a virtuous woman for her price is far above rubies ." TEKIA And LAUD RIA ID A special birthday shout out is going out to Ms. W Tekia. CJ Little cousin, keep stunt-ing and happy birthday! Still Standing Strong CANDACE And MEATBALL Happy birthday vyifey, #27. We're Addicted To Stunting LILTYSON And TRISTA I would like to wish my godsister a happy belated birthday. We love you! (L) JESSICA And ASHLEY Happy 16th birthday to Jessica, April 3oth. From, mama, grandma, uncles and sisters, Kenisha, Zaria and Ashley. Love you!!! St Mary Baptist Church 1840 State Road 60 East Plant City, florida 33567 Experienced Musician Needed (Gospel, Contemporary & Please Contact: Rev. Shafter Scott @ (813) 245-3869 or Deacon John Shaw @ (813) 737-2604 A Miracle RYNECIA Let's set the record straight, because it's never too late. Belated birthday greetings are being .sent to Rynecia, who celebrated her 1st birthday on her natal day of 4/22/07, with a private extravaganza with the Champions and the Off Breed Crew. Rynecia, 12 months ago between life and death, not knowing my fate of ever even seeing your day, I thank the Fortress for allowing me the opportunity to be here to share it with you because He has all power in His hands. A moment of silence for D L G ., The Innovator. CURRICULUM A Chriltian Bued Cuniculum illcludiDa: -.. Science. .. Reaclina History Arts and Crafts Small Classes Degreid Tachen Trained Specialists in: Look Who Is 10 JARRETT MOODY, JR. Happy birthday Jarrett Moody, Jr., who will be 10 on April 29th_ He will celebrate his day at Adventure Island. Also, congratulations for having Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance and Citizenship Award We love you, J: J. 'Queen'Yadah A. Pollard Is Turning 3 YADAH A. POLLARD "Lady P" has been blessed to see another year. "Da Queen" will celebrate her big day with her close family friends and Dora the Explorer. We love you, "Queen." Mommy, daddy, grandmother, Meme, and the rest of your family ........ u .,.,_ ..-, _. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" 4S SentlneiBulletin ,ucratCA' S fOkS.tOS l SDU-rU.:a.'l.Y (813) 248:..1921.--Compute-:s, Dance, Karate, Golf, -Chela (!a-. ... ;..;. -. ......... t ... _.... l ..


ALL ABOUT YOU! (L) K. P. And (R) BONE Birthday wishe s are bein g sent out to Willard (Bone) Porter, who turne d a year older on 4 23-07. Bon e celebrate d with brother, K. P. and they had a blast!! We love you all! Kee p your h ea d up. Hurry home, "Head. Love, Ruth, Willard, a ll your sisters, kids Lil Bone,WyKeem, Shianti and Kira. Honor Roll And Hornet Of The Month CEDRICA JACKSON congratulations on. making the Honor Roll once again and on being Terrific Hornet of -t he Month in February at B._ T Washington Cedrica was presented with an award by the K{wanis-Club of Tampa for being very a mbitious having a positive attitude, good character and responsible Early Morning Servic"j "At The Break of Day" 7:45A.M. Starting January 7, 2007 -----They Got Me Down, But I'm Not Out! 'NAFARA2' In case you didn't know I stand u p in the paint. It will take a lcit mor e tha n this to stop m e from b e in g on top. That's real. Nafara 2. a.k.a., ...,., BOOGOTTI Finally got m a rri e d today April 27, 2007, to Maria Haynes. Congratulations, Booman and Maria. Support The Florida REVEREND W. D. SIMS. Pallor 3708 E Lak e Avenue T ampa FL 33610 ( 813) 6280752 EMMA HUNTER H appb belated birthday -April 4t I jus t wanted to say h appy birthday M om a nd to let the world know you 're t h e best. W e a ll love you From, Brenda a nd family. The Winner Is THE CHAMPIONS 3, 2, 1. .. You must know how to handle the game when there. QC? outs. The results are in, he s 99 9 % the father .. who got next? Enlightenment from the People's Champ I Innovator ... I over stand when you all though I under planned, see time is an essence, check the scoreboard, he's got three ... "game over." Thank You A11d you call 't pl11ck a rose, all jragra111 witlr dew, witlro111 part of its fragrmrce renrai11-i11g witlr you. Sorry I was unable to be there. Tha!Jk you, City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department, especially Rey Park Center and Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complex for gra ciously honoring me along with Mrs. Betty Ashley and Mrs. Betty Jones, as a 2007 Rose Award Recipient. our awards were presented at the 2nd Annual Senior .Awards Luncheon on Aprll19,-2007. Bless you, Ms. Lalita Lovett, Mr. Woodrow Walton and Mrs. Kay .F.. Glen pnd staffs. Thanks Ms. Laverne. Latson for s tanding In for me. To .God be the glory for you and nlficent things H e 1\. Frankune' D aniels I .... ,. W c b 'ol<' www ,,m, JIIh cwchurch.com Ematl r:>lm"'J r r.t.cm Married 60 Years MR. And MRS. CLIFTON WILLIAMS, SR ... Then ]J 0 )> ""C ]J r-1\J -...I 1\J 0 0 -...I


I. ,... 0 0 N ,... N ...J a: D. < >< c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en UJ :::> 1->a: UJ > w c w J: en ::::; m :::> D. z tu ...I ...I :::> m ..:. w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ...I LL. CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH First Missionarr Baptist Church TeiiDie Crest Church Of Christ Of Highland Pines 2101 I.Dwe SL ,' .. J. COOK, PASTOR Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A. H. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship n A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. TUes. & Frl Service 7 P.M. 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 3187 E.Lk Ave. 248-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activities lllldaJ ChWcb ScfiHI 1 :11 A.ll. l1ml111 WorsNp 11:45 A.ll. llbli Class uo PJL 5 PJL WednesdayPriJirlnllna 7P.I. Jlble SbldJ 7 : 18 P.M Invite You To Attend Our S ervices: Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Sunday Scliool Service 9:30A.M. Worship Service llA.M. JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Hom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Hom. Worship -10:30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Eve one Wekome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Paslor Earty Morning Worship 8 a.m. Sunday Sdtool-9-.30 a.m. Homing Worship 10-.50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Paslor/Taacher Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH Pastor Sunday School a .m. Sunday Homing Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. .. "II Church That Embodies lind Exemplifies Unconditional lOve" WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Eerfy Horning Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9-.30 a.m. Horning Worship a.m. Wednesday EVMing Preyar Meeting & Blbla Oess 7 p.m. NEW BEGIN:"JING C H URCH S E R ICE.<; 7:45 A. 1. Senke I I A. I. Se rvic e 6 P 1. Hip Hop G e nre Empowerment Service Bihl c S tudy W e dnesda y N i g ht a l 6:30P.M. Tha nkful Thurs da y Fellowship Thurs da y at 12 Noon. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship -5 .p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! "To Klww C/m:rt A11d 7b M o ke C/m:rt N w u w FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. P.a-tto St. &7eU51 Sunday SChoof-9:30 A.M._ Homing Worshil? 11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. SundQ 9:4.5 A.H. -Adul & YOAIAtt/ Chlchn '------P_us_t_or ____ .__l_'ran_sp_o_rt_at_in_n,_c_ a_ll_ (ll_13_l_9116 _, 'IIMidQ. n A.H. Adult WedMiday 7 P.M. YoiiAtt/ ChlldNn 4:i!:I!Jiiiil!J, "Bless The Lord Oh M y Soul And All That l.r Within M e "Prais e The Lord' s Holy Name" BROWN MEMOR/IIt CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEifL'I WORSHIP SCHEDVLE SUIIdiiV lcllool ..... 9:30A.M. SUIICIIIV Mor11l11g Worslllll .... 11 A.M. SUIICIIIV IWIII ... Wonlllll 7:30P.M. Morlll ... Pr-r (Juesdr Frldr) 9 A.M. ., .......... Wonlllll 7'.30 P.M. Adult Fttd. Moan USf c.ntpus A s.t.llh CMnpus For Feith lrutltln "Growl,. The Clllirdl For Global Olan .. (Acb 1:1, Aom. 1:8, 1 n.s. 1:8) fiRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP COLLIGI HILL 3138 Notth 29th Str.t, (813) 248-6600 En Worship 8 a.m. Sundu School 9:45 ...... Homing WorsNp l45 a.m. For Trallspottallon C.ll SISTER BARBARA MCGILL 111121-1155 "-du Pmw s.w. :30 p.m. IISHOP MA11HIW WWIMS lib'-5ludv 7'.30 .. -PASTOR ..,.." ... 7:30P.M. www.brownmemorlalcoglc.otg llrachMIOOd 11t Saturdu Church Whe/2 rhe love Of God Flows MR'ona,O a.m. t 8lld 3rd Sllurdua Vblt our Weluh ar IoMeii us: Jbcch .... lnfQOibcdi.Ofl The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, FL 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Churth Where Everybody Is Somebody" Eartv Morning Worship 8:30A.H. Sundu School---------9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Morning Servlca. ...... .,._ ............. ..... 11:30 A.M. Wednesdu Bible Band_ .. : .: ....... 7 P.M. Friday YPWW ........... .......... 7-8 P.M. Frldu Putorlal TAChlna .............. ... 8-9 P.M. o-n Dawld (. Jorden, o-n ao.rd CMinMn Ourch (813) 621-5764 HolM (813) 654-1!150 Fu (813) New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 5oth Street Tampa, Flonda 33619 813 242 sunday Morning Worship Ci 11:ooam Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 8c Bible Study o 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ <1 7:00 pm


... -, --. --. CHURCH DIRECTORY -. Abundant (huh Of God In (hri$t Come & Hear God's Word With God's People AI 4 125 Nas.sau St. W Tampa FL 33067 (813) 87>9077 ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH T a mpa, Fl33605 2709 N. 25th Sl. (al 17lh Ave.). 248-6753 KAREN BARNES, P ASTOR OF OPERATIONS REV. RONALD D MIZER Pa>tor Office Hours M-F lOam -2pm Our Weelcllf Order Of Service Sunday School 9:30 AM Homing Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory PraYer Monday Friday 6:00A.M. Sundays 7 :45 a .m. E arly Morni ng Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church S chool 11 a.m. M orning Worship Wednesdays Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P M. Corporate Prayer Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. "I have come h al they mig ht have LIFE ... ABUNDANT-LY" St. John 10:10 12 p .m. No on Day Prayer Meeti ng 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Stud y Share Box Pr ogram Available GREATER BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N Jeffer>en St., Tampa, FL, 33602 (813) 229-1390 I C a n Do All Things Through Chris t Which Strengtheneth Me. Philippians 4:13 HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E Osborne Avenue Tampa, (813) 238-2213 Dlt A. F NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "ONE SERVICE CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE" Pastor & Founder Order Of Service: Sunday School 10 a.m Sunday Morning Worship -11 a m. Tuesday Night 7:30 Pl'l! Bible Study 2nd Wedne.lday Night 7:30p.m. Substance Abuse Min i stry 3rd Wednesday Night 7 :30 pm. -Single.s Ministry 4th Wednesday Night 7:30 p .m. Marriage Ministry Thursday Night 7:30 p.m. Worship Services Friday Night 7 :30 P.M. Youth Serv ice Saturday Morning 11 a m Sabbath Service MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) .. 4724 Tampa :::--Dr J(irkla' nd, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 Email: MtPieasantMB@aol.com ?let. 7eeuH EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. H. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PH-Lord's Supper (Communion) ,. TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. B. Church 391 0 W. Laur e l St r ee t 1 3 X72-6254 PASTOR W \LLi\CE Z. BOWERS Sunday School-9:30 A.M. Sunday Mornin g Worship 11:00 A.M. Wednesday N ight: Prayer Meet ing-7:00 P M. Bih l e Study 8: 00 P.M. T hursday Noo n Day Praye r Noo n to 1:00 P.M. Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Stud y Sunda y 8 A .1 E arly Worsh1p 9 45 A M B 1 ble SchOol 10 45a 2nd Worsh 1 p 5p Even1ng Wo rsh ip Wednesday 7p-B 1 b l e Study (all ages ) Tel 813-985-5578 or E -m ail: nchr ist@ tampabay rr .com REV. WALTER J WILLIAMS, Pas tor Early Morning Worship 7:55 A M. Laura Street Church of Christ (54,,,. St,hip Service Evening Worship Service Sundav Morning Bible StudY ................. 9:45 A .M. 8 :30 o.m. 9 :45 o m 5 :00p. m Morning Worship Worship ........... ll A M Evening Bible Study ...... ................. 5 P .M. Wednesdav Evening Worship .. ................. ........ .. 6 P M Bible aosses For All Ages 7 : 00 p m Wednesdav Morning Bible Study ................. .... lO A.M 3817 E Undell Ave Tompo, FL 33610 (813) 664 ihchurchofchrist @ ool.com Evening Bible StudY .... .................... 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. \)!fijfJ each Wednesday 5202 86th S t. Tampa 677-2411 Take Progress Blv d to S 85th St., turn Nort h go to Ash Ave. turn E. follow t he curve to the left (S. B61h St.) and the church I s on the right. Join Us Sundays At 11 A.M. 813-980-2483 First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 Al'enue, Tampa, FL 33607 Sunday School.. .................... 9:30 A M. Morning Wor hip .............. l0:45 A M Prayer ervice Tue day ........ 7:00 P.M. Bible tud) Tue da ............. 7:30P.M. Please Join Us For Our New Mid-Week Worship Service Every Wednesday At Noon REV. RAYFORD HARPER Pastor f Cn11 Do All Thi11g T hrough lll'i st Whi h Sunday Morning Worship-9:30 A.M. '------------------------------.:_ __ ....:...;:. ______ _J Morning Wor.hip 10:55 A.M. Wed., Family Night 7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School-9:15 A.M. Momirg Worship -10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Class 5 P.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. Community Bible Class Wednesday, 10-11 A.M. JESUS PEOPLE FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER CHURCH TAMPA, FLORIDA 4802 GUNN HIGHWAY CARROLLWOOD (IN THE TOWNE CENTER SHOPPING CENTER) Sunday Worship First Fruit 7:30 A. M. Morning Celebration 11 A. M. BIBLE STUDY Thursday At 7:30P.M. 'T1 JJ 0 }< )> "'0 JJ r f\) -...J f\) 0 0 -...J 'T1 r 0 JJ 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I Ill c: r r m ::! z "'0 c: Ill r en :I: m 0 m < m :I:J -< c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'T1 :I:J 0


1'0 0 N =====: ALL ABOUT YOU! ===== A Wedding Announcement _. a: a.. <: >-=' <: Cl a: u. ICAAnd COREY "What therefor e God has joine d together, l et not man put asunder. "MATTHEW 19:6. lea and Corey will be exchanging their marriage vows in the presence of their parents, Dorothy Raglin, James Mickens, Catherine Coley a nd the late, Milton Coley, Jr., 0 and othe r f amily and friends. a: u. The ceremo n y and reception will be held on April 28, 2007 c z <: c (f) w ::> .... > a: w > w c w :J: (f) :::i CD ::> 11. z w .J .J ::> CD I .J w Outstanding Student JOQUAIN WALKER Z A special congratulation goes out to Joquain ffi Walker. Joquain i s a 7th en grader at Martine z Middl e <: S chool. While attending 0 M artine z, Joquain has a: 0 prov en himself as b eing a n -1 outstanding student. U. Mr. Walker has rec e iv e d UJ Qt a Student Achievement Turnaround Reward. Keep up the good work Joquain. We love you. Mom, Teasee. and Darryl, aunts, Shareka and Sabrena Pooh, and grandma, Wanda. 'LOS' Locked up, but never for gotten and loved b y many scrubs. See you soo n Oy CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH 11/orshlpplng AI E WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E Shedowlawn, Tampa, FL. 33610 (813) \ RELIGIOUS The Pause In The Destruction This week we continue to that you have gotten away. look at the things ,John is .Just know that the reason seLing Ill' i s in the ,;piryou have not i s because the it. In chapter 7 of" angels a r e holding it back. Revelation John takes u s to .John then saw another the place where we can see angel coming in the midst of how dose we are at clestrue-the angels carrying the seal ti o n. While destructi o n i s of God. This ange l e nters near h e lp i s o n the sce ne. In t h e stage from the east (vs. m y mind peopl e need insur-2). This angel coming repreance ju s t in c a se destruction sents the one who is able to comes. If you have assur-make the destructive forces ance destruction ca n h e h e ld cease in your life. He comes b ack. with a seal from the east. John sees the events that He comes bearing the perare about to take place. In mission and authority of the final verse of chapter six God He comes with someit is mentioned that the day thing that is necessary to "of wrath is coming. John preserve and protect. This opens chapter 7:1 seeing four angel has authority over the angels standing at the four four angels because He has corners holding back the God's seal of approval. showed that you were not the only one. He said that there was a great multitude of people, from every tribe, every nation, different people with different language. God has a diverse group of p eop l e who are b eing marke d and sealed. The seal of assurance i s not just for o n e r ace or group of people. The seal is not for just one class of people. It i s open arid avail able fot all. When destruction comes i t effects all people. Drugs are not limite d to black p eop le HIV/AIDS does not just exis t among homosexuals and black folk Black children a r e not the only childre n having se x and getting pregnant. Contrary to what some peopl e b e lieve destruction comes to the earth. Just as destruction was coming to the earth, so did the pause in the destruction, and the angel who came with the seal. Who are these people standing here in white robes (vs. 1 0)? An elder answered these are they who have come out of great tribulation; they have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb (vs. 14). We who assemble and have wind They are holding back The angel says to the four; the winds to hold back the do not harm them until we destructive force that will can put a seal on the sersweep the earth. vants of God (vs. 3). God Because the angels are gives him permission to hold the mark and seal of God are holding back the wind there back the destruction long they who come through hell is a pause between the enough to seal them. In the and high water. We are they decree of the destruction and pause that God gives you in who have been knocked the action of the destruction.--your life 'it is a time Often times God will put a seal yourself. This is a good When you look at some peopause in the midst of your time to get right. This is a ple in the church, you know chastisement. Although you good .time to repent of your that they are "THEY" who have done wrong and sins and transgression. the elder is referring to. deserve to be punished on Our seal of assurance is God may be giving you a the spot, God will sometimes not being tattooed with a pause in your life right now put a pause in place. He will cross or any other religious Take advantage of the pause say, "Not right now." markings. Our seal is the and get a seal of assurance Because it may appear that blood of Jesus. We must be for your life. God has you are getting away with sealed to be spared or allowed the forces of destruc-something or you are not passed-over from the tion to be held back to give going to be punished right destructive forces of life. you a chance to get covered then and there, doesn't mean The vision John had by the Blood of the Lamb. Are YOU a Sabbath 'Observer? Looking for a good church with a Pentecostal atmosphere. Well, Come to the BisiiOD 'ollnnv L. \Villia111s Ministries (THE HOUSE OF GOD) Church: 813-248-1907 3403 N. 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible Studr Daughters Of Zion Women's Ministry Mondays 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Everr Frldar 7:30 p. m. Praise &. Worship Jor Night Sabbath Morning 10:30 e. m. Sabbath School Sabbath Evening 1:30 p. m. Praise & Worship Service Sundar Available For Service Far More Information: 118-182-Jln Webs he: www.HeuseafGadTampa.ara Pastor L Williams, Jr. blshopwtllm.stmptthotmILcom BISHOP JOHNNV WIWAMS And Wh. lADY CJU.QUEl'TA WilliAMS


LOCAL ::0 c Single Mom_ Becomes First Time Homeowner )> "D ::0 When Jackie Casillas left her native Bronx New York 17 years ago, s h e first lived in an apartment complex in North Ta"!npa. Three years late r, she moved into public housing. "That's when a friend told me about a housing program that could help me get my own home. Then I planned to have my house by the time I tl.lrned 30. I wanted a 3-bed room 2-car garage home. Thanks to the Affordable Housing Program and, Venetia Brown, Ms. Casillas got her wish. On l Sunday, she was given the keys to her new borne that features a 2-car garage, 2 bedrooms, and amenities she hadn't planned on. Jackie Casillas, left, smiles as she signs off on her new home. She's shown with Venetia Brown whom she credits for helping her through the process. Ms. Casillas said the process wasn't-easy and she thought at one point it wasn't going to happen. "In 2004, I received a phone call asking if I had Hosted By: completed the Affordable Housing Program. I had been on Section 8 since 2002 and my paperwork was supposed to transfer over to that program. "I met the requirements Guest Speaker Pastor T. D. Leonard At lit. Tabor 11. B. Church 2808 W. Grace St., Tampa Tlekets Ire Available for $2& for the first time homebuyers program, completed the 40 -hour class in August 2005, got my credit cleaned up and bad the money for the closing costs." What Ms. Casillas hadn't BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH -1006 West Street Tampa, Florida 33606 813 251-3382 Dr. W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor Dr. W. James Favorite and the Beulah Baptist Institutional Church FamilH would be honored to have the communitljjoin us in our "Special Burning Service" Sunday, April29, 2007 9:45A.M. Come and be a part of this historu making event being held by the first African American Baptist Church in Tampa that was organized in 1865, upon the of the Emancipation Proclamation. additional information, please contact the Church Office-81} ZSl-}}SZ wait for his reaction. r-1\) planned on was breaking her l eg in February 2006, causing her to b e out of work until November 2006. That missed time put h e r below incom e requirements. I've always wanted to live in an old Black community, because there are more fami -ly morals around. I'm very comfort ab le in this communi-"I was told I was overincome for one place, then under-income for another place. But once the dust had cleared, and I saw this place, everything fell into the place." Ms. Casillas said her 7-year-old son hasn't seen his new home yet, and she can't ty and plan on being here for a long time." Ms. Casillas is empl oyed as a longshoreman with Local1402. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, ore-mailed at NEW MILLENNIUM CHURCH-9os East Skagway ( On e Block South O f Bu sc h Bl v d. ) 9:30-10:15 A.M. *Bible Oasses For All Ages 10:15 11 A. M. Refreshments and Fellowship 11 A. M. 12:45 P. M. Praise and Worship Service F or more information, call (813) 728-3723 Visit : www. n ew mill enniumchurc h .com Em ai l : www The Bible Says J. T.Smlth Salvation Is the Gift of God In an effort t.o prov e Mlvation at the point of fait.h ( hcf(1re and wit.h out any othe. r 'works" l mton turn t o Ephesians 2 : 8-9 For by grace ar-e ye Baved through fllith; llnd that not o fyoUJ-,;elve s : it is the gitt of God : "Nt>t ofworko, lest ;lily man should boast." What is the gift-faith or salvation? Are there an.y works man is to du? The gift of is Man cannot do enough w.wks to o.msc God t.o b e indebted t o him ,;o that. he dt! SCrvcs Rut, the question .is, are there any works one call do? Understanding' tl'l.'\t there tHe work.otcommanli e d .of God will h e lp us ill this study. At thr. of Cornclim Peter Mid in Thr.n Pr.te1 opened his mouth, and said, Of a h11th 1 perceive that God i;; no or ptlTM!ns : "'But in tWr.ly nation he t.hnt t'careth Hhn, and worketh righ teou,;neM, iR .i.ccr.ptr.d with Him." OlwiouRly then, Paul in 2:9 is not. &}leaking of ALI. winks, but wotko about which a man can boost What are wotki of righteouanesa? Psalm 119 : 172 "M.v shall llpnak of thy word: for all thy l.-ommandmentR Bl'Cl righteousness ... If all G11d' a commandments nte. t ight.e)ouane:ss. when does bf Ood, he i11 doing works of rightooW.n(!AA. 'We are told, "baptism i'S no Part of aalvation because it i8 a work." A \York which man bu deviSed of which he might "boa11t," or a c:ummand of God which is n wotk of Ada 10:-n-48 "Can any man fol' hid water, thnt thr.11e should not be which the Gh,,st na wnllns we? he commandPCI t.o be b n pJizrd in Uti! nam11 bf Lhe Lo1-d ... Th11 il'tiWa uked Jeaua what wotka' could do, n,n11wered and unto thorn, This ia the w.wk of O.ltl. thl\t yr. belle\'e on Him whom He hath aent" (John 6::l9) : Faith is l\ wol'l 1\ WOI'k of If there are no tr:()rks one clill do, then l1<1 t'OII 'I bt; liet \t. ---------------"T1 r-0 ::0 c l> (J) m z :::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::! z "D c m r-c;; ::I: m c m < m ::c -< -1 c m (J) c l> z c "T1 c


m 0 ,... w LOCAL Middleton To Host Health Fair-For Men-DR. JAMES BROOKINS TONY DUNGY ndav, Mav 6th 11 A. M. -5 P. M. RIVERFRONT PARK 1000 N. Boulevard @ cvoress St. FREE Health Screenings FREE Entertainment FREE Clothes FREE ADMISSION dees will receive free test-educational workshops. ing that includes screenTo pre-register by p hone, ings for cancer, call (813) 247-6800 an d diabetes, high blood pres: provide your name, sure, cholesterol, body address, phone 'number mass index and a variet:y : of_ and e -mail address. 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. in Weddings, Receptions, Church or C i vic Meeting, Class Reunion, Conference, Family Reunion, Fashion Show, Play Gospel Singing, Rehearsals, Birthday Parties, etc. Call813-247-3205 or 390-1514 or 247-2801 or 248-9489 4tfl; w .. : nd .. ,. ,, '-' '" '" Sunday, April 27, 2007 6:00P.M. Holiday Inn Lakeside Ballroom 4750 North Dale Mabry Highway* Tampa, Florida, 33607 (Loca t e d b ehmd Sam Selt zer s S t eak h ouse ) Donation : $25 .00 ----------------------------------------' Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient I Mrs. Mary AliCe Dorsett, I local Business Woman -------------------------------------'Business Woman of the Year Mrs. Lillian Stringer, Owner Chez Ltlly Boutique -------------------------------------------------------------------------------. Humanitarian Service Award Recipient Mrs. Emma Rockwell Retired Hillsborough County I I -------------------------------------, ,,,. .: ,. .. ,, .. ... ,. : ,, : i\\a r v Tcltan ll,Opl'r (BI.'\) .i0'l 51qt,or Stwrri,,h,oon,1t(31'6) :'.Ol1 t'83t-


News Front Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS April Celebrants Happy birthday to the following April birthday celebrants: Darrien Morris Lillian Harris Cusseaux; Reva Harris Taylor, Mod. Elder Harry L. Harris, Albert Harris, Anita Foster, Wilber Jackson, Relena Young, Dwayne Evans, Leste.r Miller, Tracy Yazid, Cooper, Hector Cordero, Shevawn Spencer, Veronica Winkfield, Ann Glymph, Cynthia Hernandez, Eva Anderson, Ronesia Leath, Julius Carlos Brim, Dorothy Brim, Clifford Richardson, Genise Henderson, Fernardo Alexander and Anthony Johnson, Jr. Belated birthday greetings go out to Kiaira T. Anderson, who became legal on 4-20. Kiaira will be among the 2007 graduating class from Wharton High Scnool. Also celebrating birthdays this month are: Stephanie Williams, Debra Chancy, Donvonte Davis, Gary Strong, Killi Anderson, Cheryl Ladd, Nancy Grace, Nicole Johnson, Moses Brown (Community Chaplain), Princess Edwards, Silbert Lewis, Venell Maxwell, Tauheedah Hill and Latoya Lewis. 58 Years Of Great Marriage Bliss! Happy anniversary wishes go out to Charles and Rosby McCaskill. and friends showed much love for this special couple, who celebrated 58 years of marriage. 'The happy couple spent time with their two children, Venita and Gary, also their grands, Kella, Javen, Nyanna and Tavaras. The y have 4 deceased children Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Rosby) McCaskill attend Allen Temple AME Church. Sick List God will give you strength to carry O,!l: Dorsey Hunter, COLUMN Mary Humphrey, Elizabeth Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Louise Thomas, James Miller, Elanor Beauford, James Murphy, Susie Berry, Arlene Evans, Benjamin Pittman, Lee Cowart, Joe Remirez, Sarah Johnson, Dorothy York, Mozell Debose, Christopher Brown, David Bowen, Ada Gill and Lauren Jordan. Anniversary Congratulations to Curtis and Cassandra Reed on their wedding anniversary, 4/29. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy to Mr. Michael Eugene Dexter, Jr. and Mrs. Laura Freeman in the loss of their mother and sister, Ms. Lora J. (Princess) Lindsey. Our condolences to the Strong, Dysen, Miles and Mayo families in the los s of their loved on e, Mrs. Audrey Mayo Collins. O u r r egre t s to Mrs. Mary Hunt and family in the passing of her sister in South Carolina Pulpit Aid Day On Sunday,.,April 22, 2007, St. James A M .E. Church held Katherine Morgan Pulpit Aid Day. The theme w as God's Lov e I s R e al. The program was as follows: Presiding -Sis. Patrina Caldwell, Call t o Worship Sis. Sallie Holmes, Hymn of Praise -Sis. Katherine Morgan, Invocation -Sis. Annie L. Powell, Scripture Lesson (1 JOHN)-Sis. Diane Inmen, Decalogue -Sis. Pearl Thomas, Introduction of Speaker -Sis. Tangia Lamb (daughter of Speaker), Speaker Evangelist Jeanette Lamb; Remarks -Bro. Julious Robinson. Divine Worship Service Mt. Calvary S D A Church held their Divine Worship service on April 21, 2007 with guest pastor, Larry Harris, who spoke on the importance of songs. Songs are music used in worship and during lows and highs in our lives, they strengthen our faith. Pastor Vincent and members send sympathy to Mr. Joe Green's family dye t h eir rec ent los s My Brothers To Keep Ministry My Brothers To Keep Ministry offers FREE Bibles and Card are sent to inmates upon their request by writ!ng to My Brothers To Keep Ministry. /month Family Plan Ask about our Family Plan. 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Expressing concern about the "growing public outrage" over the use of such words in rap lyrics, Simmons-said the words "bitch, "ho" and "nig-ger" should be considered "extreme curse words." "We recommend (they're) always out," Simmons, the pioneering entrepreneur who made millions of dollars as he helped shape hip-hop culture, said in an interview Monday. "This is a first step. lt's a clear message and a consistency that we want the industry to accept for more corporate social responsibility." Last week, -Simmons called a private meeting of influential music industry executives to discuss the issue. RUSSELL SIMMONS However, no music executives were associated with Monday's announcement by Simmons' Hip-Hop Summit Action Network. Calls to Sony Music, Universal Music Group and Atlantic Records were not returned. The Recording -Industry Association of America and Warner Music Group declined to comment. Reaction to the announcement was mixed. Bakari Kitwana, who has written about rap in books such as "Why White Kids Love Hip Hop," said it was a step in the right direction. Kitwana said there needed to be uniformity in removing obscenities from music. He pointed out that in some songs curse words are replaced with clean words while, in others, epithets and -curse words are merely covered up by silence, allowing listeners to still infer from context the edited words. .. Hometown Productions Of ProudlY Presents Ms. 813 mYsPace.com/drakboYzPrincess SingiM Her New SiMies from Her New CD & DVD Coming Soon The Rare Olive 1605 E. 7th Ave. APril 29, 2007 Price: $10.00-Advance $12.00 At The Door Poster SU!niM & Picture Combo $10.00 CD $5.00 Time: P.M. Until 1:00 A.M. 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Some students raised concerns about Hollywood's practice of casting nonAfrican actors in as characters from the continent. Whitaker said the practice had to do with ensuring a film's commercial success. Chappelle -Jokes For Over 6 Hours In L.A. LOS ANGELES --Now that he's back on the standup circuit, Dave Chappelle has a lot to say. The comic, who walke d out on a $50 million deal to continue his TV show and briefly took a respite in South Africa, shattered the Laugh Factory's endurance record by taking to the comedy club's stage for six hours and seven minutes on Sunday. "He was absolutely amazing, for six hours making people laugh," the club's owner, jamie Masada, said Tuesday. Masada said the previous record of three hours and 50 minutes was accomplished earlier this month by Dane Cook. But until then the mark had stood at two hours and 41 minutes since Richard Pryor set it in 1980. Chappelle walked out on the third season of his hit -Comedy Central show last May, leaving fans and industry observers to question his DAVE CHAPPELLE motives and evep. his sanity. He has said since that he didn't feel he could be himself on the show. "The bottom line was, white people own everything, and where can a black person go and be himself or say something that's familiar to him and not have to explain or apologize?" he told Esquire magazine. He .has since returned to the standup circuit and released the documentary "Dave Clui.ppelle' s Bloch Party." Jason Whitlock Interviews For lmus Job Kansas City Star sports columnist Jason Whitlock, who gained nationwide attention by speaking out against the actions of AI Sharpton and Jesse Jackson during the Don Imus scandal, is reportedly interviewing to fill the fired host's vacated spot at New York's WFAN-AM-the CBSowned station that served as home base for the nationallysyndicated, "Tmus in the Morning." According to Richard Prince's Journalisms col-JASON WHITWCK umn, the news was reported Friday on the paper's w'ebsite. Kansas City Star's Jeffrey Flanagan wrote: "Word spread along the East Coast on Friday that Kansas City Star columnist Jason Wh-itlock interviewed with radio station WFAN's operations directo'r, Mark Chernoff, about -you guessed it -replacing the fired Don Imus. But Whitlock said he was cool to the idea. "It's never been my belief that I have to live on either coast to have my voice heard across the Whitlock said. "I've been doing pretty well from right here in Kansas City. Whitlock, who believes that "pop culture specifically violent and misogynistic rap music -is doing far more damage to the black commu-; nity than anything" that was said by Imus, quickly became the go-to guy for media debates about the effect of offensive rap lyrics on black culture.


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Brad fed Jack more hints that he and Katie are a couple, prompting Jack to reject Katie's dinner invite. Coming: Cleo may not be as loyal as she pretends. GUIDING LIGHT: Daisy's actions resulted in her being sent to juvenile deten tion for at least two months, and she was led away, blaming Harley Trying to get past her emotions, Harley went to Josh's party and came face to face with Natalia whom Gus had already been shocked to see Coming: Ava wants a fresh start with Coop ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Horrified to find a pool of Todd' s blood at the tenement Blair was convinced that even in death, Spencer was responsible for Todd's dis appearance John arrived in Chicago to help Blair Still unaware of Jessica s feel ings Antonio ordered that Nash be kept away from her and Viki convinced Nash to leave Jessica alone. Coming: Someone is hiding information about Todd BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Nick refused to stop his wedding at Brooke's request and exchanged vows with Taylor. Lt. Baker interrupted Ridge and Ashley's roman tic getaway with the news that Shane's body washed up on the beach. Ridge was ready to confess but Stephanie believed that Nick would be charged Coming: Plans S\.lddenly qhange (lS the shocking news gets around DAYS OF bu'R LIVES: E J and Celeste were revealed to have been in cahoots the whole time, which Kate overheard Kate was about to expose Sami with the speeding ticket photo taken ori the night John was shot, but E.J. stopped her, intending to unleash his own payback at Lucas and Sami's wedding. Coming: Will a dream wedding become a nightmare? PASSIONS: Determined to sell Jessica's baby, Spike threatened to run DNA tests on the dead johns Jessica slept with to see if they match the child. Spike sent Jessica back on the streets and when Jessica woke up next to a dead john, she called Paloma and Simone for help, begging not to be sent to prison. Coming: Eve hopes for positive news about her son. "' GENERAL HOSPITAL: To punish Nikolas for answering his phone, Mr. Craig YOUNG AND RESTLESS: When Jack fired David for leaking to the press old footage of Nikki stripping, Nikki decided to hire David, who explained to a resistant Victor that he knows Jack's weaknesses. Phyllis and Nick tied the knot, but the reception came to a crashing halt when Phyllis was arrested for extortion. Coming: The widening blackmail scandal prompts drastic movoo decided to let Nik die. Patrick and Robin frantically tried to come up with a IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... news from an old friend or old lover may be mildly unnerving. Bothersome health issues, fast social reversals or complex family decisions may be on the agenda. Avoid becoming emotionally involved in yesterday's rela tionships or problems. This is not the right time to look to the past for support, guidance or fulfillment. TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Gentle moments of reflection and quiet sensuality are accented. Romantic partners are privately motivated to explore new levels of family commitment and emotional intimacy Single Taurean can expect to encounter passionate overtures and fast invitations from potential friends or lovers. GEMINI (May 21-June 21 ). New flirtations and unique love affairs are accented. Although potential relationships are promising, long-term friends or relatives may be unwilling to accept fast social changes. Remain determined; strong opinions and social criticism will soften. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Family finances or last-minute purchases may trigger home ais cui;"sioris: Clearly" ouiline yourimmediate goals. Loved ones may not fully understand your workplace responsibilities or daily routine. Watch for a close friend or lover to otter private romantic information. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). New business partnerships will require detailed planning and careful investigation. Financial proposals will work in your favor but rrlay take extra time to fully develop. Research outstanding debts; vague payments schedules or legal requirements; a cautious examination of the facts will provide valuable options. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). For many Virgos, m inor social differences will rise quickly to the surface. Colleagues or friends may express bold opinions concerning recen\ group events, public behav iors or controversial romantic ideals. Listen and gather information; complex decision will be necessary. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Financial planning will help resolve home disruptions or ongoing family disputes. Loved ones need direction guidance and practical solutions. Encourage group debate and ask for creative suggestions; honesty will inspire an atmosphere of common activity, shared goals and balanced responsibilities SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). Private family discussions will work to your advantage. Expect younger friends or relatives to reveal strong feelings of isolation, emotional strain or group mistrust. Promptly address all such cqncerns : at present a direc;tand confident approach to unrealistic expectations_.or re_vised home roles will provide the desired results. .-.. SAGI'fTAftiUS 21 ). Emotional "Viii reveal importaQt social facts. Watch for a friend or relative to disclosure a or romantic history. Listen for private clues and avoid expressing strong opinions; detailed times, dates or social descriptions will prove fnvaluable CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Daily schedules and job routines may dramatically improve. Expect bosses and managers to seek new team assignments or revise unproductive business methods. Respond quickly to minof tensions or small mistakes; policy changes and corpo-rate permissions may be temporarily delayed AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Career discussions offer a fresh per spective on the long-term goals of loved ones. Someone close may actively seek advancement or press key officials for special permis sions. Relocation or ongoing family changes may also be accented. Ask detailed questions and expect concrete times, dates or figures. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). RomaQtic attraction is subtle but unde niable. A previously vague may adopt a privately seductive quality Trust your initial instincts. Unexpected confrontations pas sionate encounters will be ongoing themes. Express all doubts and concerns; your needs are valid. .. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 20). Spending habits may be the source of minor home tensions : Provide written records, extra paperwork or detailed financial expe stations and ask loved ones for clarification. An a&sertive approach to family discussions will work in your favor. Remain expressive and encourage mea. ningful change TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. The Pursuit of Happyness, Sony Pictures PG-13 2. The Good Shepherd, Universal Pictures, R 3. Happy Feet, Warner Bros., PG 4 Blood Diamond, Warner Bros., R 5. Children of Men, Uni versal Pictures, R 6. 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2006/2007 Honor Roll Brandon High School KIARA ECHEVARIA HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Alberto and Patricia GRANDPARENT: Gladys Curry. HOBBIES: Reading, Swimming, Movies, Shopping Stepping, and Modern Dance HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: 0 J Young and Katie Cotten GREAT GRANDPARENTS: Rena M. Young Phyllis Judge, and Simuel. Cotten HOBEJIES: Football and Basketball CHURCH: R i ver Hills Church Of God Chamberlain High School DERRIKA CHISOLM HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: The late Lisa Rouse and Derrick Chisolm GRANDPARENTS: Eva Chisolm and Normadeen Rouse, both of Jersey City, NJ. HOBBIES: Stepping, Cheering Singing, and spending time witlJ CHURCH: Greater New Salem Church. -.DeSotoElem. School KA'ONI TOUSSAINT HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll And Citizenship PARENT: Eva Murray and Edner Toussaint GRANDPARENTS: Larry and Simuel Cotten CHURCH: f7irst Baptist Church Of LincolnG'arden. The Montgomery -lmprpvement I filed a -' lawsuit in the United ..... :. '! -1"' ,_ :. r ,, District Court r'e'gaii'()ni!; if, h e \ lnws u it .. :Febrp.ary. .. 1 af.l'!. .. :: :,,,! ... ,. ;J .1 .. .'' :' l East Bay High School ROBERT ADAM JAMES HONORS: H igh Honor Roll. PARENTS: Ronald and Sadarria James Sr HOBBIES: Reading, Sports, and Music CHURCH: New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church. Ferre ll Middle Magnet School ZAKIYE JUDGE HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Phyllis Judge and Russell Judge GRANDPARENT: Rena M Young HOBBIES: Basketball and Reading CHURCH: River Hills Church ANTHONESHIA SHEARD HONOR: Citizenship PARENTS: Gloria Forman and Anthony Sheard HOBBIES: Wants to become a massage therapist. CHURCH: Revealing Truth MiAistries. Writer La_ngston Hughes was born ,. :-.. '. J .. .. 'Febtui iry l, 1902. Franklin Middle School KEONTE HOYTE HONOR: High Honor Roll. Clemmie Ross James Elem. School SHAYLA PLArR PARENTS: Ver onica Thomas HONOR: Honor Roll and and Hugh Hoyte Citizenship. GRANDPARENTS: Carol PARENT: Francine Wilson Hoyte and Cassie H?yte. GRANDPARENTS: Gladys HOBBI.ES: Math; Wjlsan ; CalvinWilson_;:-sT., and and 1alking __ sen CHURCH: V1s1ts many churGb-. -HOBBIEs: Dc;ipcing, Si n ging, es. and Modeling. Greco Middle School KA' RHON R. DORSEY HONOR: Principal' s Honor Roll. PARENT: Karen L. Dorsey. Robert and Helen Dorsey HOBBIES: Playing Keyboard and computer games, CHURCH: 34th Street Church OfGod. CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of College Hill Jefferson Hig h School cOELETTA (COCO) BODERICK HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Lesia Lewis and Benjamin Boderick, Jr. GRANPPARENTS:The Rose Mizell Norman (Tyrope) Lewis, the late .senjamin Boderick, Sr., and Alberta Boderick HOBBIES: Talking on the phone and taking pictures CHURCH: Faith Temple :


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2ooa -2007 NICOLE SHINLEVER DE'NAIRIO WOMACK HONOR: Honor Roll and HONOR: Honor RoiL Citizenship, i-1 PARENT: Tameko Robinson, PARENTS: Loretta Shinlever : GRANDPARENTS: Margaret and Kenny Wilcox, Simmons, Michael Daniels and GRANDPARENT: Hilda Martin Elene Parks, HOBBIES: Jumping Rope and HOBBIES: Playing Ball, Riding Hanging out with friends, Bike, Playing with Cars and CHURCH: Oak Park Baptist Trucks, and Playing with sibChurch lings, ANTONIESHA STATEN HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. -. ,, CHURCH: Brown Memorial, Church Of God In Christ Orange Grove Middle School Plant City High School SHAMIKA J WHITLOCK HONORS: High Honor RoiL PARENTS: .. [?lue. HOBBIES: Reading Stepping, and Basketball. Potter Elem. School JASMINE M. P.OOLE HONOR : Horior -Roll And Citizenship : r .. ,, Alphonso J Poole qnd Latoscha Ford GRANDPARENTS: Alphonso and Judy Poole HOBBIES: Reading-, Writing, Videos, and Visiting Grandparents on the weekend HONOR: Princip,al's Honor Roll PARENT: Raymell Latta GRANDPARENTS: Brenda Latta and the late Samuel Latta HOBBIES: Dora, Compute and Watching TV PARENTS: .Gloria Forman and Anthony Sheard HOBBIE$: l:iJt!,S o sing in .-_-_ : Honor -Roll and :-_ ,.._.:; citizensh ip: Truth MARIAH OCASIO CHURCH: Without Walls International Church. DE'NEJRIA WOMACK HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENT: Tameko Robinson. GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Simmons, Michael Daniels, and Elene Parks. HOBBIES: : Singing ; Dancmg', Pfayfrig Garbes, and Playing w j th siblings 1 CHliFfCJi:_!&rown-Memorial Church Of God In Christ. ., .. ...... ;::... HONORS. _H1gh Honor Roll and PARENTS: Mike an d Melissa.. Mm1Stnes. .. :.. Perfect Attendance -, PARENTS: Patricia Jackson Mr. andthe late AlexarTder Mrs. R. Wright, and Mr: ana WI hams Mrs P Venza. GRANDPARENTS: The la-:t_ e HOBBIES: Drawing .,' B;eading, Bertha Jackson, Alexa!Jqer and Pia ng Jackson and Leona Will tams. Y' HOBBIESr Track, Basketball Frontline Choir, anct Cheerleading CHURCH: Revealing Truth .. Ministries. Ministries. ANTHONIYAH SHEARD HONOR: Honor Roll and Citizenship. :.: ;,: ; : PARENTS: Gloria Forman and Anthony Sheard HOBBIES: Loves to l'lelp oth ers wants to be a teacher. CHURCH: ReveaiiC1g Truth Ministries l> ""C JJ r-1\) 1\) 0 0 -...j r-0 JJ 0 l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 aJ c: rrm ::! z ., c: aJ TORI 'TIKI' Vft:fi _TE % HONOR: Principal's Honor m Roll. PARENTS: Tasha and Ricky < and Torree and LaRonda. !;a GRANDPARENTS: Kevin and -< Loretta and Charlesand Rosa -1 c:: HOBBIES: Dancing Read ing, m and Hanging out with family CJ> and friends. -0 Riverhills Elem. School DONTAE T-ttRNER HONOR:-Honor Ron:! : PARENTS: Warnetta' and David. :r .. GRANDPARENT'S. '':39ssie, Betty, and HOBBIES: Lo .. 'r \: ; ,(h ... 3 .#' l> z 0 :!:! 0 ... .. > .. C) m Cf 0


,.... 0 0 C\1 HONOR ,.... C\1 ..J a: a. <( >-<( c a: LL Robles Elem. School AMETHYST R. HUMBERT HONOR: Principal' s Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Beverly Bowde n) Humbert GRANDPARENTS: Mr. a nd M r s John A. Bowden Sr. Mrs Diane Jordan Mrs 0 Pat rici a Williams, and M r and M r s Henry E Humbert, Sr 0 GREAT GRANDPARENT: a: LL c z <( c (JJ w ::::::> .... > a: w > w c w %: (JJ ::::; m ::::::> Q, z j:: w ...J ...J ::::::> m I ...J w z j:: z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. Mrs. Grace T Bowden HOBBIES: Math, Singing, Dancing and Stepp ing. CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of College Hill. ARMANI A. HUMBERT HONOR: Principal' s Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Beverly Bowden) Humbert. GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bowden, Sr., Mrs Diane Jordan, Mrs. 0. Patricia Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Humbert, Sr GREAT GRANDPARENT: Mrs Grace T. Bowden. HOBBIES:. Math, Singing, Football, Video Games, and Computers. CHURCH : First Baptist Church Of College Hill. The 15th Amendment, which gave the right to vote, was ratified on February 3 1870. Howefler, nearly a centur. j: Would pass before BJacks could ... I vqte witholft fear of retribution. w CJ Roland Park K-8 School OCTAVIOUS WILLIAMS HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENT: Sator i a Henderson GRANDPARENTS: Steph e n and Stacy Johnson GODPARENTS: Counc i l and Anne Rudolph HOBBIES: T a e K w on Do F ootball, B a sketball, and V ideo G a mes. CHURCH: Greater B eth e l M issi onary Bapt ist C h u rch. Sheehy Elem. School AYLA ANDREWS HONORS: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe (Gloria) Andrews, Jr. and Mr and Mrs Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate, Drawing And riding her bicycle CHURCH: Beulah I. B Church WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONORS: Honor Roll. : PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) A n drews, Ill GRANDPARENTS:. Mr. and Mrs. c Blythe (Gloria) Andrews, Jr and Mr and Mrs Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry. HOBBIES: Riding his bicycle and building things. CHURCH: Beulah I. B. Church. KIEARRA A. BRYANT HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENT: Mrs Ethel B r yant. GRANDPARENT: Mrs Joann White. HOBBIES: Music, Singing, Piano, and Gymnastics CHURCH: 40th Street Bapt i st Church DREW N JOHNSON HONOR : P r incipal s Honor Roll and C i t i zen ship. PARENTS : Donnell and Tanya W illiams. GRANDPARENTS : Earli e a n d Bre n da W illia m s ; D ona l d a n d Arnette W r ight, and Mitchellv i lle MD. HOBBIES: Read i n g Danc ing, and Sing ing. CHURCH: House Of Pra i se Church O f God In C hr ist. HONOR: All Honors and Citizenship PARENT: Mrs. Ronetta Sheehy. GRANDPARENT: Mrs Marie Sheehy SUgh Middle Magnet School TOI CHANTEL OWENS HONOR: H igh Honor Roll. PARENT: M ichelle OwensWhite GRANDPARENTS: Albert and Mae K i n gca de. HOBBIES: D anc i ng a n d Stepp ing CHURCH : Ma c edon i a M B Church. Spoto High School MELVIN 'T:J' HALSEY, JR HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS : Tasha and Ricky and Melvin and Karen GRANDPARENTS: Kevin and Loretta HOBBIES: Krump Dancing and Making people laugh HOBBIES: Reading, Swimming, and Music. HONORS. H1gh Roll CHURCH: St. Paul AME Acquamta Chans se Whitehurst. Church GRANDPARENTS: Hosea and Linda Whitehurst. HOBBIES: Reading. CHURCH: Triumph Church. Sulphur Springs School LAKEITHA MCPHERSON HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: M ichelle McPherson and Reginald Faison. GRANDPARENTS: Leatee Hill Letha and L. D HOBBIES: Singing and Danc ing. CHURCH: Brow n Memori a l C h urch Of God In Chr i st. Trapnell Elem. School RONNISHAK. BROWN SIMS HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Ronnie Sims (AKA) Tat and Jerrylene GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs Jessie Thomas. HOBBIES: Singing, Reading, and Computer. CHURCH: Faith, Hope Missionary Baptist Church Van Buren Middle School JASMYNE ORICK ..HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENT: Janice Hobley. GRANDPARENTS: Genev_B and Pastor Aaron Hobley. HOBBIES: Reading, and Music. CHURCH: Mt. Sinal AME ziOn Church.


Happy Belated 2001 FSU Graduate IRELAND TROUPE HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENTS : Cedrick and Carla Troupe. GRANDPARENTS: JtJiious and Heneratta Walton and Marvene and Charles Morris. HOBBIES: Dancing, Reading, and Writing .. CHURCH:, Williams I. B. Middle School HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Tasha L. Carnegie and Leroy Green. GRANDPARENTS: Patricia A. Bunkley. HOBBIES: Basketball and Dancing. CHUReH: Church Of God By Faith. local news educiltion religion business health _sports, family in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Belle Witter Elem. School DONNEYSHA D. WILLIAMS HONORS : Princ ipa l s Honor R oll and Citizenship. PARENTS : D onnell William s and Stephanie Hicks GRANDPARENTS: E a rl ie Willia m s Jr and Br e nda Williams. HOBBIES: T ae K won Do Dance Team and Reading CHURCH: House Of Pra ise Church Of God I n Christ. DIAMOND C. BOWDEN-HUMBERT HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Beverly Bowden) Humbert. GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs John A. Bowden, Sr., Mrs. Diane Jordan, Mrs. 0. Patricia Williams. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Humbert, Sr. GREAT GRANDPARENT: Mrs Grace T Bowden. HOBBIES: Reading (Novels), Singing, Dancing, Shopping, Creative Arts, and Acting. CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of College Hill. Jazz muslClan Sonny Sitt was born on February 2, 1924. 20th Birthday With Love, Mini-Foot, m o th e r f a mil y a nd fri e nds. Happy birthday to the man I love t lw mo,.;t. Fr":11 yuur wlfl')', Elcxys. MELODY, WAYNE, TYRONE And RICHMOND W e would like to wish Richmond Wilson, Jr .. a happ,-birthday o n April 30. From his mothe r. fathe r and brothers and also hi s son, Jaeden, as w ell as the rest of the family Remember Richmond, all things are possible through Christ that strengthens you. Also, happy birthday, Chaquana on 4/26. Love, from nil of the fnmily Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info HAKEMIA Oak Park 18 Grade HAKEMIA JAMISON 2007 FSU Graduate Shout outs go to my niece, Hakemia I. Jamison. Kema will be graduating from FSU on April 28th_ You're truly blessed to have success because you put in the effort to do your best. It must be nice to have your life. r 1\) 1\) 0 Much love from your parents, Mona and Stephan, Fransico and Tonya, granddad, Walter, godmom, Morna Gal, brothers, Andy and Nunk, and sisters, Jazz, Kia and Tan. Last but not least, this is from your aunties to their "TT niece. Nekay, Carmen, Rene, Doris and Carlette. 5 Hakemia will be moving on to Houston, Texas to start her :::0 new job working for one of the top 10 best accounting firms 0 (Cooper's Price Waterhouse) in the United States. l> Kema, keep up the good work. Your family and friends are (f) m so proud of you. I thank God for you being my daughter. I pray z God will bless y ou with good health, wealth and favor and :::! that all your dreams come true. Reach for the stars because Z you are a star in your parents' eyes. Love, mom and dad. Keep faith in God and trust Him. OJ A party will be going down -at Kema's parents' house. Be C r there or be square. r-We love you, Kema. Congratulations SHERILYN SHILLINGFORD Sheri, we are so proud to call you our daughter, sister. aunt and friend. We hope that God continues to bless you on all your future education endeavors. Congratulations on your success and great accomplishments at Florida State University. With love, your family and friends. We're telling your stories and celebrating our community. E-mail the editor, Gwen Hayes at ghayes@flsentinel.com z "C c OJ r(f) ::I: m c m < m :::0 < -1 c m (f) 0 l> z 0 :::0 0 G) m U'l (")


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Happy Birthday April Celebrants Happy Birthday to you! Marylyn Hall on today, April 27; Sandra Norman on April 29 and Robert Gilchrist on April 30. Linda Green on May 1, Odessa Haugabrook on May 2, Bryan Wilson on May 3 Oops I goofe d Bel a ted birthday greetings to Mr. Willie Monroe on April 13 and Mrs. Gloria Crosby on April 18. Mr. Willie Monroe a nd Mrs. Gloria Crosby are brother and sister. They were incorrectly id entified in last Friday's ed i tion. Apologies. Many happy returns of the day! White Rose Luncheon The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporat ed will present their biennial White Rose Luncheon o n Saturday, April 28, 2007,@ The Hyatt Reg e ncy Hotel -Tampa, D owntown Tampa City Center. Please contact Mrs. Pat Miles@ (813) 962-2835 f or t ickets and addi-tiona! information. High School; Miss April Darrielle Hardge, of Freedom High School; Miss Agelendria Wiggins, of Howard W. Blake High School; and Miss Angel Neal, of Tampa Bay Technic a l High School. Commentators for the occa sio n were : Ms. Sandra Pinto, Bay New$ 9, and Mr. George Nix, of Radio Station WSFT, 94 1 Smooth Jazz. Mr. James Reed, of Bible-Based Fellowship Church, served as mu sicia n Other program participants includ ed: Mrs. Gwen Myers, Ms. Deidre Jones, Mr. Trey Daniels, Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., Miss Taylor Raye Curry, Mr. B.K. Jackson and Mrs. Yvette Hall. Mrs. Deidre R. Jones served as General Chairperson; Mrs. Yvette R. Hall served as Co-Chairperson. Mrs. 'Gwendolyn W. Myers is President. 46th Anniversary Floral & Beautification Committee Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 1207 North Family And Friends Day Jefferson Street, observed the ,,_ arecordially invited to 46th Anniversary of the Floral ._ioin the TyPr TPmp](' t:nit('rl and T1<"atttificltion C'omrntttce Methodist Church Family, :330:3 on Sunday, April 22, 2007 at N. 15th Street when they cele-11:00 a m. The Male Chorus brate Family and Friends Day provided music. Members of on April 29, 2007@ 11:00 a.m. Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of The theme is: "Family, friends, Zeta Phi-Beta Sorority.Jnc. and changing from the inside out."';' contestants for their Sir Guest speaker will be Elder. Debonair-Sir Lord PresentaValerie Goddard. The !ion wor=-hippcd with tlwm a Reverend Geraldine prelude to the Sir Debonair-Sir Christopher is Pa s tor Lord event in June. Distinguished Minister Miss Teenage Tampa Michelle Patty and family Gamma Theta Omega were guests. Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Reverend Oscar Johnson, Sorority, Inc. presented its 371h Jr., Pastor officiated. Annual Miss Teenage Tampa of Highlight s of the service includAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, ed The Processional, Call To Inc. on April 22, 2007 at 5:00 Worship and Prayer, Praise p.m. The event took place at Service, and Responsive The Tampa Convention Center. Reading. Sister Rebecca The theme was: "Elegance in Foster then presided. Sister shades of pink." Miss Teenage Betty Larry rendered a solo. Tampa 2006 Jeanette Sister Norma Jean Gilbert Louise Hordge relinquished delivered the History/-Occasion. her crown as she took her final Additional presentations came stroll and theri crowned the from: Sister Barbara winner. Jackeon, Sister Albertha Congratulations Miss Nelson an' d Sister Diane t Demetria Nicole Wright of .. Scott.. Siit.-r Albertha Riverview liigh School, W'hO':,i. Nelson and Sf1ter Mozena'' crowned 2007 Miss Walker made a special presen : 'feenage Tampa of AKA, Inc. on tation. WorshiJ! sei"Vice con tin-. Demetria Wright is_ ued withi Scfipture Hynin of :. ,the daughter of: Mr. Sidney Meditation' and Altar 0all, '.:and Mrs. Lisenda Wright. Selection; Sermon, and an '.c-She plans to attend Florida Invitational Hymn. Pastoral COLUMN Tl :0 t:J kicked off t h e lunch eon by presenting a n icebreaker activ ity Ms. Lalita Lovett welcomed guests to the function. Mrs. Betty Jones presented the occasion. Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins rendered a melodious solo, which emphasized the selected theme: "Give me my flowers." Lunch was served after Mrs. Alear Dexter blessed the food A multimedia presentation depicting the annual events and activities of the Rey Park and Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complexes was s h own. Mrs. Peggy Lenny made closing remarks and then it was time for the se niors to "cut the rug", a l ongside the happy feet of Mr. Woodrow Walton. the bottom of my heart. Ro se Awards were also presented to Mrs. Betty Ashley, Volunteer Librarian at Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complex, and to Mrs. Betty Jones, who is President of the Senior Citizens Group Mrs. Sarah Wittington; }:( Practical Jokester-Mrs. Willie )> Belle Coleman. Mrs. "'C Barbara Feliciano presented :II the Grandparents Awards, r given in honor of those raising grandchildren. Best Supporter Highlight of the luncheon we re the Award Presentations. Altho ugh unable to attend the event, I r ece ived a Rose Award, a vase of l ove l y red roses a nd a beau tifu l plaque. Thank you, City of T ampa P arks and Recr eati on D epartment, from Othe r awardees: Most Dedicated Mrs. Ora Williams; Most Determined -Mrs. Cecelia Cambridge; Most Happy Feet -Mrs. Geraldine Gilchrist, Mrs. Ernestine Tripp and Mrs. Thelma Green; Most Colorful -Mrs. Joyce Bloom; Most Spirited -Mrs. Willie M. Gadsen; Most Helpful -Mrs. Barbara Mack and Mrs. Thelma Green; Top Chefs -Mrs. Geraldine Gilchrist, Mrs. Willie M. Walton and Mrs. Evergreen Neal; Most Helpful -Mrs Joyce Hill & Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels; Top Models -Mrs. Jean Morejean; Quiet Spirited -Mrs. Mattie Telfair; Bookworm -Mrs. Betty King; Best Dressed -your savillgs arid at work. :.:.. -Mrs. Geraldine Jefferson; Best Helping Hand -Mrs. Lois Bowie; Diva Award -Mrs. Mildred Pollard; Most Strength Mrs. Lalani Shumake; Oldest Member -Mrs. Maggie Wooden and Most Inspirational -Dr. Doris Copeland. 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. LOCAL First Festival Meeting Expo Aims To Better Black Business In Tampa Bay The West Tampa Cultural Society, Inc. will hold its first meeting May 8 2007 at Coach Rick's CarE, 1717 N Albany Ave ., at 6 p m. This meeting is to begin planning for the Main Street Festival/ Car, Motorcycle Show, which will be held July 7th and 8th. The agenda will include, securing Main St. Initiative Business Plan, Main Street Sunday's events continuation and organization; Fathe r's Day weekend events (June 16), and Junetenth (June 17). Musicians, vendors and sponsors are wanted. For more information, contact, Huey Johnson, 258-9796 (office) or email hueyjohn:. son@lycos.com or Jimmie Gray (813) 401-4876 for the Father's Day events. All are welcome to serve on committees. East Tampa Bandits The East Tampa Bandits are now registering for the 2007 season for kids 5 to 15 years old as of August 1, 2007 For more information, contact the general information line, (813) 913-0014. For information on the cheer program, contact Meshika Pickens (813) 735-0726 For any other information, contact Steve Bynum, (813) 293-6232. You can also visit the website at www.easttampabandits.com. African-American business leaders will have the opportunity to showcase their services and address the future of Tampa's Black business community at an upcoming expo. The Urban Florida League of Business tHI doo ttl! 1\j.., t !h tttnrth'\ tn \t'lld \lHI h\"\' \\ T tttl'n .1huut hi\ qu.llllt(.l\hliH .and "TI ::0 0 )> "0 ::0 r-1\) -..J 1\) 0 0 -..J "TI r-0 ::0 0 )> (J) m z :j z m r-1 OJ c: r rm :::j z "0 c: OJ !: (J) :X: m 0 m < m ::0 -< -1 c: m (J) 0 )> z 0 "TI ::0 0


..... 0 0 N ..... N ..J a: D. <( >=' (3 a: LL. c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w ::J: en ::J m ::J D. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL. RoChelle High School Class Of 1962 Celebrates 45th High School Reunion Candlelight Ceremony -Class of 1962 participants: Yvonne Everett-Ferrell, Johnny "John" Dwight, Barbara WilliamsRobinson and Rev. Johnny Douglas, sibling of the late pro wrestler, Bubba Douglas. The reunion kicked off on March 24, 2007, in the Best Western Hotel's Athens Room with more than 70 classmates, families and friends in attendance The class dedicat ed the reunion to and honored former Rochelle faculty mem bers and held a heart trending candlelight ceremony for 38 deceased classmates. Shirley Mathis Munford, Coordinator of the reunion, read a touching rendition of God's Creation of the "Teacher" on the Sixth Day, and presented plaques and copies of the Special Souvenir Program to former faculty: Coach Ulysses Johnson, Coach Sylvster McArthur and Mrs. Ruby Taylor. Ms. Edna Alexander, who had planned to attend, but died the week before the reunion, was also remembered during the Memorial Service. Families of deceased members present were: Mrs. Mamie Smith, aunt of Sarah Johnson Bolden; Mrs. Laurastine King, sister of Alphonso Kellum; Carmen Allen, sister of Floyd Lewis; and Dayatru Sweet, daughter of Marva Sweet. The highlight of the evening occurred when the daughters of classmate Catherine Wiggins Mustepher, who is confined to a nursing home, bought their mother into the room. The class gave her a standing ovation. present were: Attorney Jetti Newkirk, Philadelphia, PA, Jacqueline Harris Parham, Milledgeville, GA, Cora Gatlin. and Cheryln Jones of Lakeland. Other in attendance were: Charles Hamilton, Jr., Melvin Pearson, George Allen, Margaret Smith Daniels, Yvonne Everett Ferrell, Eddie Cottle, Johnny Richardson, Earl Kagler, Helen Bell Brown, Bernard Shoemake, Lucile Haynes Poe, Mae Frances McArthur Reid, Elizabeth Zipperer, Constance Reglin Harris, Clarence Sconiers, John Stancil, John Malloy, Fred Robinson, Johnny Dwight, Etha Borders Williams, Tommie Martin, Errol Brooks, Reverend Johnny Douglas, Patricia Young Davis, Willie Anthony, Samuel Smith, Willie Pearl Thomas Robinson, Floretta Wiggs Murray, Mary Simmons Barnett, Myrtle Nesbitt Williams Carolyn King, Martel Mosley Ewin, Joann Thompkins Denson, Shirley Hill Simon, Hattie Willis Geter and Shirley Mathis Munford On Sunday morning, the class attended New Bethel AME Church and were well receieved by Rev. Pearce Ewing, Sr. and members of the congregation. Tommie Martin, spoke s person for the class, graciously thanke d Reverend Ewing and the church members for their warm reception and present ed an offering from the class. From March 25-29, 54 classmates, family and friends enjoyed a fun-filled cruise to Nassau and Freeport, Bahamas. Aboard the Carnival Cruise Line Sensation, they line danced during a private cocktail party, held bid whist tourna ments, won the Karaoke con test, dined on lots of good food and received a group picture, courtesy of Carnival Cruises. Myrtle Nesbitt Williams, Vice Chancellor, St. Petersburg College, presented Certificates of Appreciation on behalf of the class, to each member of the planning committee: Constance Harris, Charles Eth,a Williams, Patricia Davis, Martel Ewin, Shirley Munford and Mae Frances McArthur Reid. Plans for another cruise are already in _th" e making. Shirley Munford presented a plaque and copy of the Special Souvenir Program to Coach Sylvec;te r McArthur. / ..... ,, .,, ., Still looking good! Helen Bell-Brown, Martel Mosely-Ewin and Melvin Pearson. Planning Committee: Mae Frances McArthur-Reid, Constance Reglin-Harris, Shirley MathisMunford, Patricia Young-Davis, Martel Mosely-Ewin, Etha Borders-\\Tilliams, and seated, Charles Hamilton. Rochelle High School Reunion Group aboard the Camival Sensation on March as, 2007


, POLK COUNTY NEWS Rochelle High School Class Of 1962 Celebrates 45th High School Reunion Smiling faces: Class of '62 picture taken at the Memorial Service with their Rochelle High School t-shirts on. A few members and guests finally arrive in the Bahamas. More than 70 clll88mates attended the reunion. "T1 r 0 :::c g CJ) m z z m r:a:J c: r r m ::! z "'0 c: aJ r c;; :I: m c m < m c: m CJ) c Coach Ulysses Johnson and Mrs. Ruby L. Taylor, shown with )> their special copies of the Souvenir Program. Z c ., Jeraldine Williams Smith Attorney-At-Law :::c =.=====n16 2504 Ea t 12th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone (813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate Property riminal Appeals Bond Motion. Felon Misdemeanor. Traffic Wanant. VOP P rsonallnjur 3111 W. MLK Ste. 10() FL (813) 774-1800 l:huckgr cnc 11 hot mail. om


c a: 1L c z < c en w ::) ..... w > w c w :I: en :J m ::) Q. z ti ...1 ...1 ::) m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...1 1L POLK COUNTY NEWS 40th Anniversary Southeast Region Conference On April12, 2007, six members of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. attended the 40th Anniversary Southeast Region Conference in Miami, Practicing Law In.: 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, F1. 33805-4259 (863) 688-209 5 Fax. (863) 687 3409 FL. The members were: Sadie Birt, Henrietta Giles, Mildred Hawk, Marilyn Terry, Ann Redd and Barbara Woodard. Mildred Hawk was elected the new Southeast Region Director, which she will preside over 26 chapters in the Southeast. The members of the National Sorority of Phi Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury At(orney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. 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Before )'I)U dectde. aok Ill lo unci you free wrlntn btfonnollon bout our quollficllllons 1111d experience Delta Kappa, Inc. (Beta Sigma Chapter) will proudly and with glowing pride, be on hand as Mildred Hawk is installed as the 84th National Conference Director in July in Houston, TX. The Lakeland community is very proud of Soror Mildred. Mildred's experiences are with: Basileus -Beta Sigma Chapter (1993-1995), Past President Polk ounty Retired Educators, Church and Community Singer, and Basileus -Beta Sigma Chapter (2005-2007). Mildred's affiliations are with: the Polk Education Retired Educators, Polk County Court Mediator lOth Judicial Court of Florida, First Baptist Insti tu tiona l Church -Church School Teacher, NAACP Life Member, Advisory Council -Blake Elementary and IRS Tax Preparer. Beta Sigma Chapter Members are: Jameka Ellison, Ezell Ferguson, Vera Hardee, Barbara Haygood, Charity S. Lanier, Marilyn Smith, Janice Taylor, Terri L. Thomas, Letha Williams and Mary R. Woodruff. Lydia's Fashion Show On Saturday, May 5, 2006, at 6 p m., "Lydia's Suits For Less" is holding their 1st Annual Fashion Show Extravaganza at the Coleman Bush Building, 1104 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., Lakeland. There will be choirs, praise dancers, a men and women fashion show and lots of fun. There will also be door prizes and refreshments served. There will be a variety of vendors on board as well For tickets, contact: Lydia Williams at (863) 934-1182. April Birthday Celebrants Christ Community Ministries Pastor Walter K. Laidler, Jr. and members send birthday wishes to: Jessica Laidler, Walter Laidler, III, Miranda Sloan, Latrica Robinson, Angela Williams, Tania Jones and Melvin Graham. New Jerusalem M.B.Church Birthday greetings are extended from Dr. Jimmie L. Downing, Jr., pastor and congregation to: Lora Borders, Shelly Watson, Hope Jones, Priscilla Miller and Richard Gray. Greater St. Paul M. B. Church Birthday celebrants are: Gussie Johnson, Tim Roundtree, M. L. Pressley, Mary Bunch, John Malloy, James Johnson, Jr., Adam Williams, Rosalyn Lundy, Benjamin Franklin, Christian Kennedy, Pearlie Zipperer, Betty Sanders, Hannah Williams, Melanie Wilson, Horace Hill, Maurice Barnes, Melanie Gardner, Jason Brown and Juan Mitchell. Dr. N. S. Sanders, Pastor. Your Presence Is Requested Come celebrate with New Bethel African Methodist GIBBS& PARNELL, P.A. Attorneys At Law (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 www NF\\'T t I PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH Episcopal Church, 430 Smith Road, Polk City, FL, 33868, (863) 868-4204, Rev. Gina Griffin Brown, Pastor. Their motto is: "God Our Father -Christ Our Redeemer -Man Our Brother." Weekly Service times are: Prayer and Bible Study on Thursday at 7 p. m., Church School is Sunday at 9:45 a. m., and Worship Service is Sunday at 11 a. m. Call the church office for additional info or directions (863) 868-4204. Chal'ity Bazaal' A Charity Bazaar is being held April 28, from 9 a. m to 2 p. m. at New Bethel AME Church, 430 Smith Road, Polk City. Come and support this revitalizing ministry. Everything must go, there will be lots of items on sale at economical prices, such as: Household items, luggage, hand vacuums, kitchen items, stereo systems, like new school uniforms and shorts (navy) and foods including, homemade pies, chicken, hot dogs, etc. Rev. Gina Griffin-Brown, Pastor and congregation are looking forward to your pres ence! Gloria's Things & Other Things The grass is greener on the other side, but it is just as hard to mow. We cannot be happy unless we think we are the means of good to others. Happiness consists not in possessing much, but in being content with what we now possess. THOMAS E. PARNELL, Esq. Auto. Trurk :\lotorrydr or Boat \rl'idlnts. Slip and Falls. :\ursing llomr or :\lrd. :\lalprartil'l' .. \LL SERIOl'S 1\.Jl'RIES. 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D Cl ssif .. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on May 2, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violat i ons 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 respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings i s made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE # 0608408 Case# 06-17130 CASE # 06-27356 CASE # 06 29713 Case# 06-31094 BARRICK LESLIE SCOTT Macon Damlen J Trustee ANABLE PAUL D D'ESOP NAOMI C VELEZ Innovative Prop of Tampa Bay Inc 1002 E CAYUGA ST Agreement ANAGLE AMY E E 1715 E COLUMBUS DR, 1/2 c/o Reg Agt Carl T Watkins TAMPA, FL 4102 N 30th St 3911 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL 2006 E Osborne Av, AlB SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 19-232 Tampa, Fl TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19-50 Tampa, Fl 27-140 27-133 SECTIONS : 19-231, 19-4 7 19-49 SECTIONS: 1946 19-47 19-49, & 19-238 SECTION : 27-77 Table 4-1 19-50 GONZALEZ SIMON SUB 19-50 20. 5 HADDON'S W 80 Ft of E 488 ft of N 150 Ft of S LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 2 Englewood MARCHALONG 175ft of S 1/2 of SE Y. of Se Y. of E 1/4 OF LOT6 LOTS NE 1/4 172126 0000 S Y. of Lots 17 and 18 Block 16 154246 0000 197002 : 0000 155876 0000 157142 0000 CASE# 06-12092 CASE # 06-27650 CASE# 06-30147 CASE# 06-31578 QUINONES OSCAR E Case # 06-23949 MBJ ENTERPRISES INC DOO DAH LLC C/0 FRIED REED PEARS CHAD L. 1107 E RIVER COVE ST, 1/2 Jackson Sandra Jackson Marilyn 3401 N NEBRASKA AV REG.AGENT 8711 N MANDARINE PL, AlB TAMPA, FL 5013 E Cluster Ave TAMPA, FL 2700 E NORTH BAY ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50, Tampa, FL SECTIONS 19-236 19-237 20. 5 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADD ITI ON SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50 HOMESTEAD REVISED MAP DRUID HILLS REVISED WEST 1 00 FT OF S 53 FT OF LOT SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 19-49, LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED Hamner's W E George Washington 12 BLOCK 6 19-50, 19-233 19-234 LOT 12 BLOCK 9 ALLEY ABUTTING Carver Sub 142315 0600 173176 0000 ENGLEWOOD ONWBLOCK65 Lot 5 Block 5 LOT 29 BLOCK 14 146973 0000 156995 0000 CASE # 155855 0000 CASE# 06-31936 FEIGA CLIFTON TRUSTEE 1501 E ROLLE ARNOLD E AND CASE# 06-12457 CASE # 06-24944 PALIFOX ST TR 11.21 05 LUVONEJ. QUINONES OSCAR E JOHNSON WILLIE CASE # 06-30516 3515 E COMANCHE AV 1501 E PALIFOX ST 1105 E RIVER COVE ST 3010 E GENESEE ST TAMPA, FL LOPEZ FELIX TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA,FL SECTIONS 19-56, 27-138, 27-246 1503 E 29TH AV SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 SECTIONS: 19-49 19-50,19-233 SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49, 19-50, MARIE HEIGHTS REVISED PLAT TAMPA, FL BELMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 12 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 19-232 LOT10 SECTIONS : 19 26, 19-49 & 19-231 PG 41 LOT 6 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ENGLEWOOD 157803 0000 FRANQUIZ SUBDIVISION LOT264 ALLEY ABUTTING EASTERN PORTION N 32FT OF LOT 12 & N 14FT OF 152226.0300 ONWBLOCK65 LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 17 CASE # 06-27844 S 17 FT OF E 32 FT OF LOT 12 146973 0000 155878 0000 BORDWELL PETER F AND W 112 OF ALLEY ABUTTING CASE # 06-32059 10207 N CONNECHUSETT RD 172708 0000 MATTOX SARAH CASE I 06-25305 TAMPA, FL 3107 E MARTIN LUTHER KING BL CASE# 06-12822 SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 19-76 TAMPA, FL LARKINS JAMES AND MARY A URSO ANGELO URSO ROSALIE TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION CASE # 06-30517 SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49 2401 E CAYUGA ST 4182 E HILLSBOROUGH AV UNIT NO 2 LOPEZ FELIX COLLEGE HEIGHTS TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL LOTS 29 AND 30 BLOCK 55 3515 N 15TH ST LOT4 BLOCK2 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49, 19-56 SECTIONS : 27-138,27-139, TAX DEED CERT #2650 TAMPA, FL 173671 0000 19-232 19-236, 19-237 140117 0000 SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-231 EMMA HEIGHTS LOT BEG 50 FT N OF SE COR OF FRANQUIZ SUBDIVISION CASE# 06-32169 LOT 11 BLOCK 2 SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 AND RUN W CASE # 06-28658 N 32FT OF LOT 12 & N 14FT OF FREEMAN FLOYD JR 155045 0000 100FTN50FTW50FTN 157FT SPARROWHAWK JOHN P AND S 17 FT OF E 32 FT 6216 N 38TH ST E 150 FT & S TO BEG WANDAJ. OF LOT 12 AND W 1/2 OF ALLEY TAMPA, FL 9303 N 21ST ST CASE# 06-15776 152764 0000 TAMPA, FL ABUTTING Sections 19-47, 19-49. 19-50 MACON DAMIEN J TTEE TR SECTIONS : 19-49 19-56 172708 0000 CRANDALL'S ADDITION TO AGREEMT DATED 6 2 05 TRUST CASE# 06-26105 HILLSBORO HIGHLANDS BELMONT HEIGHTS 4106 N 30TH ST TAMPA, FL LARRY JAMES RANGE MAP LOTS CASE I 06-30577 LOT 14 AND N 112 OF LOT 15 SECTIONS : 19-231 19-46,19-47, JAMES HENRY 23 AND 24 HILL Trustee 152962 0100 19-49 & 19-50,27-77 TABLE 4-1 1507 E NORTH BAY ST BLOCK 11 145037.0100 SECTIONS 19-233, 19-234 ENGLEWOOD TAMPA, FL CASE I 06-32187 N 1/2 OF LOTS 17 AND 18 SECTIONS: 19-231,19-233 CASE # 06-29042 Sanchez and Hays Real Estate SMITH M J TTEE TR I 59 Co's KENNA FAMILY TRUST BLOCK 16 & 19-234,19-49 CONDRY EDDIE L 155875 0000 BONITA 2006 E HANNA AV Revise d Map Lot 17 Block 8 4214 E SANDALWOOD Cl, S LOT 4 BLOCK 18 TAMPA, FL 187497 0000 TAMPA,FL CASE# 06-15831 158019.0000 SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50 Section 19-238 WOODWARD TERRACE CASE I 06-30709 HILLCREST ACRES BURNS REGINALD S 35 FT OF LOTS 2 AND 3 BLOCK B OKANISHI KAZUSHIGE LOT 17 BLOCK TWo 3215 E CARACAS ST TAMPA, FL CASE I 06-26616 AND LOTS 3 AND 4 3415 E KNOLLWQOD ST 142384.0000 SECTIONS : 27-77 TABLE 4-1 AND DAVIS ALVIN C. BLOCK E TAMPA,FL 27-129, 19-47, 19-49 19-50 3201 E OSBORNE AV 150451 0000 CASE I 06-29588 BELMONT HEIGHTS TAMPA, FL Section 19-SA 3 & 4,19-233, TODD J V AND EVA LOT 5 BLOCK 14 TOG WITH A SECTION: 19 CASE I 06-29317 & 19-50 10809 LEO ST PORTION OF LOT 4 DESC AS OSBORNE AVENUE ERVIN LAURIE ERVIN WILLIE L JR RIVER GROVE ESTATES TAMPA, FL COM AT THE NE COR OF LOT 5 SUBDIVISION 1802 E Caracas St ADDITION SECTION 19-49 BLK 14 AND PROCEED S 0 DEG N 1i2 OF LOT 5 AND THE S 1/2 OF Tampa, Fl LOT 10 BLOCK 11 TILSEN MANOR SUBDIVISION A 4 MIN 34 SEC W A DIST OF 18.00 LOT 6 LESS THEE 112 THEREOF Sections: 19-46, 19-47,19-49, 19-50 151343 : 0000 REPLA T OF BLOCK 15 FT TO POB THN PROCEED N 90 156466.0000 E 95ft ofW 452.5 ft of N 137 5 ft of LOT 1 BLOCI(15 DEG E A DIST OF 3.70 FT THN S NE Y. of SW Y. CASE I# 08-3 1235 141262.0000 0 DEG 4 MIN. 34 SEC W A DIST CASE I 06-26628 15 7059.0000 TORNES NELSON OF 72.00 FT TO THE BEG OF A K INNEY $TEVEN KINNEY 82 12 N ALASKA ST CASE I# 06-32675 CURVE TO THE SW HAVING A NEKEVLEAD TAMPA,FL ATKINS RANDY oeaoa MOMI c VELt:z 6007 N 39TH ST TAMPA, FL RAD 3.70 FT AND A CHD BRG S 221 7 E 113TH AV 1715 E COLUMBUS DR SECTIONS: 19,19-26, 19-49, Section 19-50 45 DEG 2 MIN 17 SEC W FOR A TAMPA,FL TAMPA, FL 19-50,19-56, 19-233; 19-234 MORA SUBDIVISION DIST OF 5.24 .FT WITH A DIST SECTIONS: SECTIONS: 19, 19, 19-50 & SULF' .!-!UR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 31 MORA SUB & N 10FT OF OF 5.82 FT THN N 0 DEG 4 MIN SHERWOOD HEIGHTS UNIT NO 3 19-238 LOT 13 Af\10 E 5 FT CLOSED LOT 1 & FtOFW 34 SEC E A DIST OF 75.70 FT w 5.5 r=T OF LOT 11 AND E s5.5 HADDON'S ALLEY ABUTTING ON W 15FT OF LOT 3 SUNRAY HILLS TOPOB FT OF LOT 12 BLOCK 5 LOTS BLOCK32 SUB 155428.0000 1410 03.00 00 197002.0000 146542.0000 153153 0000


Q IL. Q z c( Q en w w > w Q w :r:: U) :::1 m 0.. z i= w -I -I m -I w z i= z w U) c( a 0 -I IL. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING May 2, 2007 (CONTINUED) CASE # 06-32713 CASE # 06-33048 CASE# 07-00207 FORD KIMM. WILLIAMS LILLIAN MOORE HOWARD C TTEE 1405 E JUNEAU ST TAMPA, FL 2519 E CHELSEA ST TAMPA, FL AKERY WM R TTE OF HOWARD SECTION : 19-233 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50 C MOORE SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT BEG 117 5 FT W OF NE COR 1509 E NEW ORLEANS AV W 112 OF LOT 1 BLOCK 39 OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 & RUNS TAMPA, FL 94 8 FT W 50 FT N 94 8 FT & E 50 SECTIONS 19-56 19-46,19-47 & 146628 0000 FT TO BEG LESS N 15 FT FOR RD 19-49, 27-77 TABLE 4-1 & 27-129 RNI PEELER HEIGHTS Case# 06 32717 154979 0000 LOT 2 & 1/2 CLOSED ALLEY Ssemakula John Nabuzale ABUTTING ON S BLOCK 3 Penlna CASE t# 07-00059 157612.0000 8420 N Mulberry ST GOOD COMMUNITY ALLIANCE Tampa, Fl INC C/0 REG AGT ROSS ED CASE t# 07-00494 SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 19-50 1908 E MULBERRY DR FANNIE MAE C/0 AURORA LOAN Sulphur Hift TAMPA,FL SVCSLLC lots 3& E % closed Alley Abutting SECTION : 27-77 TABLE 4 1, 27-267 1801 E BIRD ST Theron Fer11 Cliff LOT 177 TAMPA,FL Block 7 149881 0000 SECTION 19-49, 19-233,19-57 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS 145831. 0000 CASE I 07-00180 ADDITION TO SULPHUR cAse ti 06-32720 NGUYEN JEFFREY W SPRINGS LOT 19 8401 N MULBERRY ST 149585 0000 CUEVA;$ EZEQUIEL Ill CUEVAS TAMPA,FL EZEQUJEaJR SECTIONS : 19-46,19-49,19-50 CASE t 07-00498 8708 N 13TH ST, AlB SULPHUR HILL JONES FELICIA TAMPA,FL LOTS 21 AND 22 AND W 112 1715 E BIRD ST SECTION : 19-49 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING TAMPA,FL ORANGE TERRACE THEREON BLOCK 8 SECTION 19-46 19-49 19-50 LOT 9 BLOCK 6145510. 0000 145857 0000 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS AODITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS CASE # 06-33().43 CASE t# 07-00134 E 112 OF LOTS 29 AND 30 TOWLER MARY SHERRY PEDREGAL DOREEN E. 149593 0000 1611 E 29TH AV 1708 E WATERS AV, AlB TAMPA,FL TAMPA, FL CASE f# 07-00618 SECTION: 19-232 SECTIONS: 19-49,19-232 JOHNSON OSCAR AND WILlE P MORSES ADDITION TO NORTH OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF 2617 E 38TH AV TAMPA, FL YBOR LOTS 355 AND 356 AND S 112 SECTION 19-49 & 231 E 50 FT OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ENGLEWOOD 172729.0100 THEREON LOT 8 BLOCK 14 145708 0000 155845 0000 LEGAL NOTICE Request for Project Applications for Grant Funding under the Federal Jobs Access/Reverse Commute Program and New Freedom Programs The Pinellas County MPO, in coordination with the Hillsborough County MPO and Pasco County MPO, is issuing a request for grant applications to receive funding under the Federal Jobs Access/Reverse Commute {JARC) and New Freedom Programs. Funding is available for projects in Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas Counties that provide public transportation services to low income persons for the purpose of accessing jobs, and to disabled persons to increase integration into the workforce and participation in the community. Projects receiving funding must be derived from a coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan, known locally as the Tri-County Access Plan {TCAP). For the JARC Program. two years of funding is available, totaling $2,008,975 and for the New Freedom Program, two years of funding is available, totaling $1,385,093 ProjeCt applications are due by May 30, 2007 and should be submitted to the Pinellas County MPO, 600 Cleveland Street Suite 750, Clearwater, FL 337'55. (727)464-8200. Questions about the grant application process can be submitted to hsobysh@pjnellasCQyntv.ora, Grant applications and information about the TCAP, JARC Program, and New Freedom Program are available at httQ:/fwww,oinellascountv.org/mpo/tricountv,htm. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8,00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE JS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition-Friday@ 3:00p.m. Friday Edition-Tuesday@ 3:00p.m Fax Your Ads 24n (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards@flsentlnel.com EGALS NOTICES HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FORBIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 17, 2007-2:00 P M P-0223-07 (BM) DIESEL GENERA TORS Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at .hlllsboroughcountv.orWprocurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity tp participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center. Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours THE SECTION 00020 -INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for Tampa Bay Boulevard HVAC & Miscellaneous Renovations will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2007. (The mailing address is P.O. Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601 ) Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 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 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 BE SUBMITIED WITH THE BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS Notice To All Bidders: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the time. Each Bid must be accompanied by the 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 (10) calendar days after written notice o being given such award, enter into a written Contract with the School Board of Hillsborough County. Florida in accordance with the accepted Bid and g ive a surety bond satisfactory to School Board of Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent (1 00%) of the Contract amount. 2 Contracto r Qualification Statement 3 Public Entity Crime Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid fot a period of th irty days (30) days after the date set for the opening of the Bids. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar as identified with the bidding documents Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the office o the Engineer: Gottfried, Garcia + Rodriguez Architects 3333 W Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 201 Fl. 33809 (813) 877-5222 Attn: Rene ROdriguez The School Board of HHisborough County reserves the right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or beat Bidder, to waive any lftformallty or irregularity in any Bid, and reject any and an Bids received THESCHOOLBOARDOF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EUA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FORDETAILS. CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248 FAX TO: (813) 248-8218 Or EmallledwardaOflaentlnel.com


,., ;;u 0 UBLIC NOTICES 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 v i olat i on of the City of T ampa 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, F l orida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged v i olations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 2747286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hea ri ng 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 ev i dence upon which the appeal i s to be based CASE t# 06-09789 CASE t# 06-31036 CASE t# 06-32507 MILLETT JEFFREY AGUIAR.-JENNIFER MYERS, RICHARD E II AND 3 08 W IDLEWILD AV. TAMPA, FL AGUIAR, JOSEPH PATRICEC SI;CTIONS 19-4 7 19-231 & 19 233 103WEMMAST. 708 WHENRY AV, 1/2 cATHERINE CITY SUBDIVISION LOT4 TAMPA, FL TAMPA,FL 162484 0000 SECTION : 19-49 SECTIONS 19-47,19-49 27 77 MEADOWBROOK TABLE 4-1,21 8 CASE tl 06-19678 LOT203 IDLEWILD ON THE LORETTA 165623.0000 HILLSBOROUGH 806 E LAMBRIGHT ST LOT 4 LESS N 310FT BLOCK 22 TAMPA, FL CASE II 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 II 06-32722 163064 0000 Section 19-232 CARABELLO, LUIS A CASE II 06-21716 VILLA, BONNIEVENTURE AND DARCIE ETAL BABCOCK, KEITH REVISED MAP & LARRY A FERNANDEZ 4022 N MARGUERITE ST, AlB LOT4 BLOCK2 1812 W CLUSTER AV TAMPA, FL 168262.0000 TAMPA, FL SECTION 19-231, 19-49 SECTIONS 19-47, 19-49, 19-56 BLACK'S W C SUBDIVISION CASE# 06-31686 19-238 LOT2 BLOCK A PETERS, J DIRK LORRAINE ESTATES LOT 37 166391 0000 6420 N CENTRAL AV, AlB 102040 0000 CASE # 06-24967 TAMPA, FL ROGERS, HENRY DONALD SECTIONS 19-47, 19-236 & 19-237 CASE# 06-33015 5807 N SUWANEE AV NORTH PARK WILLIAMS DRENNA TAMPA, FL LOT 144 103 E CLINTON ST SECTIONS 19-26, 19-46 19-49 163172 0000 TAMPA, FL & 19-50 Sections 19-238 and 19-50 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NORTH AVON SPRINGS CASE# 06-31727 LOT 6 AND N 1 / 2 OF CLOSED LOT 3 BLOCK 11 163910.0000 NORSTROM, TIMOTHY ROBERT ALLEY ABUTTING NORSTROM, LOUIIS BLACK ON S BLOCK 18 CASE# 06-27983 818 W AMELIA AV 161325 0100 AGUIRRE, PEPE TAMPA, FL 704 E EMILY ST., TAMPA, FL Sections 19-46 19-49 and 19-50 CASE# 07-01207 SECTION 19-49 27-77 TABLE 4-1 RIDGEWOOD PARK BARKSDALE, DANIEL J JR, LA VERGNE 1ST ADDITION LOT 12 BLOCK G BARKSDALE, MARY LOT 6 BLOCK 5 6808 N WILLOW AV 1676880000 183443.000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS 19-49.19-56 19-231 CASE# 06-30114 CASE # 06-31773 & 19-232 BARKSDALE,CAROLA WORTHINGTON ERIC D RIVIERA SUBDIVIS I ON 1102 "'!HIAWATHA ST 611EPOCAHONTASAV 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. RIVIERA SUBDIVISION 27-44 TABLE 4 1 & 27-240 CASE# 07 00829 E 60 FT OF LOTS 20 AND 22 ROLAND SAMUEL J. 103920 0000 CRAFT'S SUBDIVISION RODRIGUEZ, GEORGE D W 92 FT OF E 324 FT OF S 132 FT 803 W RIVER HEIGHTS AV CASE # 06-30609 OF LOT 2 TAMPA FL NELSON, SARAH M 162539.0000 SECTION : 19-231 1306 W HUMPHREY ST RIVER HAVEN TAMPA FL CASE # 06-32503 LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 14 SECTIONS 19-26,19-27 MYERS, RICHARD E II AND 166634 0000 LOT 16 BLOCK22 98734.0000 PATRICEC CASE II 07-00833 708 W HENRY AV VALENTI, SEXTON Ill CASE # 06-30982 TAMPA, FL 705 W HILDA ST LAM, OSMANY A SECTIONS 19-47,19-49,19-231, 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 626FT S & 145FT W OF SECTIONS 19-26, 19-27 HILLSBOROUGH N 310 FT OF E 1/4 COR OF SEC & RUN S 84 5 ELPORTAL LOT 4 BLOCK 22 FTW120FTN84.5FT&E 120FT LOT 30 BLOCK 18 TO BEG 98676.0000 162435 0000 166545 0000 PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3:00 p.m. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 p.m CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Ad In The Florida Sentinel Fax To: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: NOTICE TO DESIGN FIRMS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY )> "'0 ;;o r N ...... N The Hillsborough County Aviation Author i ty hereby requests. pursuant to g the Consultants Competitive Negotiat i on Act. Florida Statutes 287 055 letters -...t of interest from design firms desiring to render design services for the following project : EAST S I DE DEVELOPMENT AREA CARGO AND GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FACILITIES TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HCAA PROJECT NO. 8015 08 Under this agreement the firm will be tasked to perform all services related to civil architecture structural, mechanical and electrical engineering typical fo r '. building projects. A more detailed scope of services will be includt!(l in the formal request for proposals Design firms desiring consideration to provide these services should give written notificat i on in the form of a letter of interest to: .Dan Noettl. via email at DNoetti@TampaAirport com or fax to (813) 870-8782 The letters of interest must be received at or before 5:00 p.m. local time, Tuesday, May 8, 2007. For more information regarding the RFP, please access the Authority's website at www.tampaairport.com/Quick links/Airport Business/ RFP/RFQ. The RFP will be posted on the website on or after May 16, 2007. mandatory pre-proposal conference will be held in the Authority boardroom, located on the third floor blue side, on Wednesday, May 30, 2007 at 2 : 00 p m. Please print out and bring your own copy of the RFP to this meeting 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 i n the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa. Florida until 3:00 PM Thursday, May 3 2007. (The mailing address is P.O Box 3408 Tampa F l orida 33601 ). Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date. Bids w ill 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 Tampa FL 33612 IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. Notice To All Bidders: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a V isitors Pass prior to entering the building. Photo identification will need to be presented at the time. Each B i d must be accompanied by the following : 1 A cert i fied check or b i d bond in the amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the max i mum amount of the Bid as a guarantee that the Bidder if awarded the Contract. w ill 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 Hillsborough County equal to one hundred percent ( 1 00%) of the Contract amount. 2 Contractor Qualification Statement 3 Public Entity Cr i me Statement No Bidder may withdraw his Bid for a period of thirty days (30) days after the date set for the open i ng of the Bids. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Piar as identified with the bidding documents. Bidders may obtain a set of the Contract Documents from the office of the Engineer: Tagllarlnl Architectural Group 5702 lnterbay Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33611 Attn: Pete Tagllarlnl The School Board of Hillsborough County reserves the right to award the Bid to the lowest and/or best Bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any Bid, and to reject any and all Bids received. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ., r 0 ;;a c )> en m z :::! z m r I llJ c r r m :::! z "'tJ c llJ !: en :I: m c m < m -i c m en c )> z c ., ;;o c (j) m w 6


1----.. PUBLIC NOTIC N -J Notice of Public Hearing a: D.. P.. p Jbllc hearing w ill be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9 : 00 a.m., May 18, 2007 at the Board Room 2nd floor of the CC Co n t y Center 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests >"" iCC Co es of the applications department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspect ion in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of Cl ..... t:\oard of County Commissioners. All interested persons w i sh i ng to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must subm i t same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her ii The decision of the Land Use Hear i ng Officer will be filed with the Cle r k within fifteen {15) working days after the conclusion of the publ i c hearing LL 0 ii: LL 0 z < 0 en w :::J 1-w > w 0 w :E: en :J m :::J D.. z j::: w ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z j::: z w en < 0 ii: 0 ...J u.. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PUR POSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at {813) 276-2058 VARIANCE REQUESTS The following petitions will be heard beg inni ng at 9 :00a. m.: Petit i on VAR 07 0721 LU, Kenneth Midkiff is request i ng a Vari ance to the accessory dwelling accessory structure and setback requirements for property located at 7902 Spring Valley Dr. zoned ASC1 Petition VAR 07-0746 USF, M. Al i lranmanesh is requesting a Va r iance to the buffer i ng/screening and setback requirements for property located at 11718 & 12101 N 60th St. zoned RMC-16 Petition VAR 07-0791 TNC, Bonn i e S Delgado is requesting a Var i ance to the setback requirements for property located at 6017 W Burke St. zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 07-0798-TNC Cecilia E. Conde is requesting a Var i ance to the setback requirements for property located at 6812 Founta i n Ave zoned RSC-9 Petit i on VAR 07-0809-PR Thomas F Bailey is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 1203 Julian Lane Dr zoned RSC 9 Pet i t i on VAR 07-0821 LU Thedore & Angelica Steinker are request ing Var i ances to the fencing s i dewalk and paving requirements for drives and park i ng areas for property located at 3410 & 3414 Mel i ssa Country Way zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07 0860-TNC Pastor & Nol i a Nunez are requesting a Variance to the setback requ irements for property l ocated at6405 Derby Ct. zoned PD H {75-156) Pet i tion VAR 07 0862 PR John H Thomas is requesting a Var i ance to the setback requirements for property located at 1206 Ju l ian Lane Dr., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR O"Z:-0867 WM Tarcila P i mentel is requesting a Variance to parking space requ ir ements for property located at 704 4th S t., zoned BPO -R. Pet it ion VAR 07 0868 -CW, Loretta Cortes is requesting a Va ri ance to the setback requirements for property located at 10502 Pathv i ew Place zoned PD MU {75 59) Petition VAR 07-0885-LU Berean Academy Inc. is requesting a Variance to the s i dewalk requ irements for property located at 17951 N U S Hwy 41, zoned ASC-1 Petition VAR 07-0886-RU Westan Properties Limited Partnership i s requesting a Var i ance to the wetland setback requirements for property located W/S of 33rd St., SE, 950' S/0 College Ave {SR 674) zoned PO {05-0953) Petition VAR 07 0889-EGL Mary Jo & Sara Alvarez are requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at8117 Blossom Ave zoned RSC-6 Pet i tion VAR 07-0893 TH Roosevelt & Tarsha Wiggins are requesting Variances to the easement requ i rements for property located 350' N/0 Knights Griffin Rd .. 800 E/0 Ed Denison Rd., zoned ASC-1 Petition VAR 07-0898-CW. Frederick & Christine Muenchinger are request i ng a Variance to the setback requ i rements for property located at 13747 Chestersall Dr zoned PD MU {74-4) Petition VAR 07 0899-KO Patricia H. a Stephen K. Angelill i s are requesting a Variance to the setback requ i rements for property loca t ed at 19615 Gunn Hwy .. zoned ASC 1 Pet i tion VAR 07 0903-EL William T. Thames is request i ng a Var i ance to the setback requirements for property located at 5501 Bapt i st Church Rd. zoned AR. Petition VAR 07-0905-TNC, Ramon Perez & Yolangel Rodriguez are requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 8307 Coors P l ace zoned PD H (71-113) Petition VAR 07-0907-TNC Eddy Martin is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6006 W. Fern St. zoned RSC-9 Petit i on VAR 07-0908-PR Donald E O Ne ill Jr. & Bernie S O Neill are requesting a Variance to the setback requ irements for property located at 7101 Limestone Lane zoned RSC 9 Petition VAR 07 0909-SR Alfredo & Marnie Castro are-requesting a Variance to the easemen t requirements for property located at 8632 Pritche r Rd .. zoned ASC-1 R. Petition. VAR 07-0910 NWH Trung N Truo n g is requesting a Var i ance to the fence height requirements for property located at 13702 Staghorn Rd. zoned PD H (96-376) Petition VAR 07 0911-BR Debra J Anderson & Leslie A Kitts are request ing a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 1601 Norcrest Court zoned PD MU (76 237) Petition VAR 07 0918-BR Value Pawn & Jewelry Store Inc is requesting a Sign Var i ance for property located at 1809 W. Brandon Blvd zoned CG Petition VAR 07-0919 VR, Atlas Signs is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at2211 Lithia Center Lane zoned PO {98 356) Petition VAR 07-0921-VR, Dav i d E. & Janet M Peek are requesting a Variance to the setback and height requirements for property located at 3415 Ranch Rd zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 07 0924-RV Robert G. Rodriguez Jr is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 6613 U .S. Hwy 301, zoned CG. Petition VAR 07-0925-PR, Carrie Moore is requesting a Variance for setback and fence height requ irements for property located at 1902 S 48th St. zoned RSC-6 {MH) Petition VAR 07-0927 -ER, Nancy Stewart is requesting Variances to the easement and accessory structure requirements for property located at 2051 W Sam Allen Rd zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 07-0929-TNC Kenneth Licata is requesting a Var i ance to the setback requirements for property located at4637 Bay Crest Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 07-0938 WM, Martin Davenport Is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located SW corner of S .R. 674 & 5th St., zoned CG Petition VAR 07 -0939-ER, Aubrey & Patricia C r addock are request i ng a Variance to allow an accessory dwelling on a non-conforming lot for property located at 4112 S Edwards Rd., zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-0940-CW Roberto F. & Angela Rodriguez are requesting a Variance for an assisted living facility requirements for property located at 5429 Pentail Circle zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 07 0942-ER, T D McRae Is requesting Variances to the setback requirements and to the minimum lot s i ze for septic tank for property located between Blue Sky Place & Music Tree Place, SIS of unimproved Valrico Ranch Rd zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07 0943 NWH Rubin Real Estate, Inc I s requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 12700 DuPont Circle, zoned M Petition VAR 07-0944 NWH Rubin Real Estate Inc Is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 13300 McCormick Dr., zoned M. Petition VAR 07-0945-NWH, Rubin Real Estate, Inc Is requesting a Sign Variance for property located 14500 McCormick Dr zoned M. Petition VAR 07-0946-NWH Rubin Real Estate Inc Is requesting a Sign Variance for property at 12098 Race Track Rd zoned M Petition VAR 07-0947-NWH Rubin Real Estate, Inc Is request i ng 8 Sign Variance for property located at 14100 McCormick Dr., zoned M Petit i on VAR 07-0946-LU, Hamid B Kashanl is requesting t o the easement, setback and the wellhead area requirements for property located at 188 .09 4tll St. SE, zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 07-0949-TH Stone Ledge Manor Is requesting a Variance to requirements for property located 12006 Mcintosh Rd zoned AS-1 Petit ion VAR 07-0950-CW, Jan N Dormany Is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 1214 Terra Mar Dr. zoned RSC-4. Petition VAR 07-0951 PR, James W Rogers Is requesting 8 Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 5007 S 87th St., zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 07-0996-SFN, Leroy Gonzalez, Jr. Waters Ave Investments, Inc. Is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 916 M.L K Blvd {W S .R. 574), zoned CG.


Notice of Public Hearing May 18, 2007 (CONTINUED) SPECIAL USE REQUESTS The following petitions will be heard beginning at 1:30 p m.: Petition SU 07 0033 -CW (AB), filed on 10/6/2006 by Joseph Di Gerlando, represented by Engelhardt Hamme r & Associates, Inc. of 3001 N. Rocky Po i nt Dr. East, #300, Tampa fL 33607, ph 813-282-3855, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit -4 COP RX Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed prem i ses only in connection w ith a restaurant. Presently zoned PD-C (80-230), located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 28 Range 18, 10929-10935 N Dale Mabry Hwy. Contains 4,058 2 sq ft Petition SU 07-0406-BR (AB), filed on 12/13/2006 by Marcus Winters, represented by Dixie Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd. Lithia FL 33547, ph 813-817-8585 requesting an AlCOholic Beverage Permit-4 COP RX-Beer wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. Presently zoned BMS-GW (04-318) located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 29 Range 20 1215 W Brandon Blvd Conta i ns 5,519 sq ft.. Petition SU 07-0788-EGL (AB), filed on 2/23/2007 by Champion Supermarkets, Inc., represented by Joseph L. Diaz of 2522 W Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33609, ph 813-879-6164 requesting an A l coho l ic Beverage Perm i t 3 PS Beer, wine and liquor to tie sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the l i censed premises (package sales). Presently zoned CN located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 28 Range 18, 6902 N Armenia Ave. Contains 1 583 7 sq. ft. Petition SU 07 0833-BR (AB) filed on 3/2/2007 by Alphonse & Chutima Pena represented by Dix i e Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd Lithia FL 33547 ph 813-817-8585 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2 COP R -Beer and wine for sale and r.onsumption on and off the licensed premises (package sales) in connection with a restaurant. Presently zoned PD C (79 87) located i n all or parts of Section 26 Township 29 Range 20 905-907 E Brandon Blvd Contains 1 389 96 sq. ft. Petit i on SU 07 0906-VR (AB), filed on 3/15/2007 by JF Kicks represented by D ixie Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake _Rd. Lithia, FL 33547, ph 813 817 8585, request i ng an Alcoholic Beverage Perm i t 4 COP-Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises (package sales) Presently zoned PD-MU (89-222) located in all or parts of Secti on 6 Township 30 Range 21, 3345 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd Contains 5. 735 17 sq. ft Petition SU 07 0914-PR (SCH) filed on 3/19/2007 by 6771 Madison. LLC represented by Hung T Mai, P.E., of 14031 N Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa FL 33618 ph 813-969-0600, requesting a Special Use Permit for a School. Presently zoned PD-A-R ZC 91-117, located in all or parts of Section 2 Township 30 Range 19. 6771 Madison Ave. Contains 4.99 acres. Petition SU 07-0917-CW (CC), filed on 3/19/2007 by Helena De Fazio Codata of 19321 Sandy Springs Cirde. Lutz. FL 33558, ph 813-949-0813, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Ch:ld Care Center. Presently zoned RSC-6, located in all or parts of Section 01 Township 28 Range 17. 5702 W. Ehrlich Rd. Contains 1.19 acres. Petition SU 07 0941-CW.(AB). filed on 3/20/2007 by Chipotle Mexican Grill of Colorado, LLC, represented by Gray Robinson, P.A., of 201 N. Franklin St., #2200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-273-5043, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit -2 COP XBeer and wine for sale and consumption on the licensed premises Presently zoned PD-MU (74-4), located in all or parts of Section 9 Township 28 Range 18, 12701 N Dale Mabry Hwy Contains 2,640 sq. ft. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and t i me when they will be publicly opened MAY 17, 2007 :00P. M. P-0244-07 (DV} COMPACT SKID STEER LOADER/BACKHOE COMBINATION Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at www. hi!lsboroughcquntv.ora/orocurementservices or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms wlli be afforded a full opportunity to participate In these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis qf race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board o1 Commissioners, Department o1 Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33802, 813 272-5790 durin ular buelness hours. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION WORKSHOPS HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT (HART) BUS STOP AND FACILITY ACCESSIBILITY STUDY The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) is holding two workshops to present information on the Bus Stop and Facility Accessibility Study, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements that apply to bus stops and facilities and to obtain input from the public and groups representing the disabled community on how needed improvements should be prioritized Thursday, May 3, 2007 1 p.m. to 3 p m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tampa Port Authority Board Room 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, Florida Both work s hops will cover the same material, attend either session Pubtic participation is encouraged at these workshops The workshop site is wheelchair accessible. Please contact HART at (813) 223 6831 3 days m advance of the workshop if you require accessible fonnats or other special ac c ommodation s Parking and building access are located in the rear of building. HART Changing to serve you better. A Public Notice Substantial Amendment To Hillsborough County Fiscal Year 06-07 Action Plan Acc o rding to the adopted liscal year 2006-2010 Hillsborough County Consolidated Plan's Citizen Participa tion Pla n when a Substantial Amendment to the Action Plan is proposed a summary of the amendment must he published noti n g the proposed changes and locations of where copies of the proposed amendment can be examined by the public. The Action Plan guides the County on how it will spend grant money received from the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development. All citizens. public agencie s and other interested parties are encouraged to examine the proposed amendment and submit comments in writing to the Ms. Lanette Glass at the Affordable Housing Oflice, 1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300 Tampa FL 33619 or at glassl@hillsboroughcounty.org. Public review and ability to make comments in writing to this amendment is for thirty (30) days. All comment s must be received by 5 :00p.m .. Friday June I. 2007. A public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday. June 6. at 2 p.m. with the Hill s borough Ctlunty Board of County C o mmis s ion t o ad o pt this Substantial Amendment. The hearing w ill be held i n c ,,mmis sion Cham bers. which is located at the County Center. 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard 2nd lloor d o wntown Tampa. Any comments received will be noted. The amendment is available for review at the following lo ca tions starting on WedncsJnv. May 2 2007: AITord a ble Housing Onice-1208 Tech Boule\ ard Suite JOO. Tampa 78th Street Communi(', Library -7 625 Palm Ri,er Road Tampa Jimmy B. Keel Library-2902 West Bearss Ave Tampa Ruskin Library-I Dickman Drive SE, Ruskin Bruton Mem o rial Library-302 McLendon Street, Plant City University Area Community Center-14013 22nd Street, Tampa Community Devriopment Block Grant'(CDBG) Program Funds Projects and :\mt>ndments Police Athletic League Rehabilitation S 50 ,000 Centre for Women Rehabilitation Program (from the HOME program) Apostles Village Land Acquisition Gardenville Demolition (ch3J1ge of use) Plant City CDC Program Delivery Bayou Puss Pha s e Ill Land Acqui s ition Bougainvilleas Town Homes Lund Acquisition Total s 479 ,610 s 382 500 s 55,000 s 125 ,000 $3 220 ,000 SI ,SOO.OOO S ...!lQ)..ililQ S6,l77,110 Homr Jn,rstmt>nt Partnt>rship Grnt (HOME) Prognm Funds Projts nd .-\mcndmt>nts Centre for Women Rehabilitation Pro gram to the CDBG Program (S 479 610) HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY o1 PUBLICATION DEADLINES: I -'If::>" Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3 : 00 p.m. Friday Edition -Tuesday@ 3:00p.m FAX TO (813) 248-9218 Or Emallledwards@flsentlnel.com FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE "T1 l> 1J :::0 I N ""' N 0 0 ""' 'T1 j ::::J > n n 7 3 n '.0 c o c:: l_iJ (!) -l c l"': i (;., t J z 0 "T1 :::0 0 G') m 6


..._ 0 0 N ..._ N ...J a.. < >: < c LL c LL c z < c en w ... w > w c w :::z:: en ::::i m 11. z i= w -l -l m -l w z i= z w en < c 0 ...J LL c U) w C) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate cert ified mai l notice to v i olators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipa l Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hear ing on May 16, 2007, at 9:00a m to hear the below l isted cases which are in violation of the C ity of Tampa Code. Information listed below descr i bes the case number property owner(s). v i olation address, code section v i olated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in C ity Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa Flor ida. 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 or (813) 274-7079. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code E n forcement Hearing Master with r espect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceed ings is made, which record includes the test i mony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, CASE # 06 26562 CASE# 06-31784 CASE# 07-00780 CASE# 07:-05693 PANDO ALEXIS PARENTE JAMES P TOROJUAN MATTES KIMBERLY A 2209 CORRINE ST AND TRACY A 3107 E 9TH AV 1221 E CHELSEA ST TAMPA, FL 2502 W HAMIL TON AV TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 19-49 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 19-50 SECTIONS : 5-104 3.1, 5-105 .1, & 19-50 SECTION : 27-129 19-231 19-232 5-108.4 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 40 GROVE PARK ESTATES UNIT POWELL'S ADDITION DOWNING SUBDIVISION LOT 4 BLOCK 11 LOT 2 BLOCK 2 AND 55 TO 62 NO 3 REPLAT 175823 0000 172437 0000 LOT 8 BLOCK 21 LOTS 11 AND 12 LESS Rf\N 190680 0000 FOR ARMENIA AVENUE BLOCK CASE# 07-00781 D SKAGGS RUBY AND MELANIE CASE# 07-05719 102760 0000 THOMPSON ESTATE OF CESAIRE SAMUEL CASE # 06 27556 1904 E LOUISIANA AV BULLOCK WALTER M JR 3109 E 9TH AV CASE # 06-32239 FL TAMPA FL BULLOCK NADA J SECT I ONS : 5-104 .3.1, 5-105 1 722 S DAVIS BL MILANI KAMRAN SECTIONS : 19-49 19 -231, 19-232 5 108.4 POWELL S ADDITION TAMPA FL 9368 N FLORIDA AV LOT 3 BLOCK 11 PARRISH HOME SECTIONS : 19-49 19-238, TAMPA, FL 175822 0000 LOT17 27-129 SECTION : 20 5 157533 0000 BYARS THOMPSON ADDITION HAMNER S MARJORY BAND CASE# 07-00879 DAVIS ISLAND WE FLORI LAND TORO JUAN RIVAS EDITH CASE# 07-05746 SWL Y 25 FT OF LOT 20 AND S 70 FT OF N 340 FT OF E 135 3209 E 9THAV GARCIA OMAR M TRUSTEE LOT 21 LESS SWL. Y 21 FT FT OF BLOCK 7 LESS E TAMPA, FL 4405 W VIRGINIA AV BLOCK 7 15FT FOR FLORIDA AVE RfiN SECTIONS: 19-46 19-49 19-50 TAMPA, FL 196692 0000 99646 0000 POWELL'S ADDITION SECTIONS : 5-104 3 1 5-105 .1, LOT 3 BLOCK 10 5-108 4 175810 0100 DREW PARK RE PLAT OF CASE # 06-27690 CASE # 06-32823 ROBINSON LINCOLN G WHITE PATRICIA M CASE# 07-00880 LOT 13 BLOCK 79 ROBINSON AINSWORTH 2308 E 8TH AV TORO JUAN RIVAS EDITH 108757 0000 2805 N FLORIDA AV TAMPA, FL 3211 E 9TH AV TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-231 TAMPA, FL CASE# 07-05748 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49, 19-50 ABRAHAMS TYRONE SECTION : 20 5 TURMAN'S EAST YBOR FAIRBURN LOT 11 BLOCK 11 POWELL'S ADDITION 700 E BROAD ST TAMPA, FL LOT 2 BLOCK 10 SECTIONS : 5 104.3 1 5-105 .1, LOT 14 AND N 1/2 OF W 105FT 189206 0000 175810 0000 5-108.4 OF LOT 15 WINNIPEG BLOCK 3 CASE # 06-32828 CASE# 07-01422 S 1/2 LOT 6 183163 0000 WALKER TITUS H BENDER KIMBERLEY E 161386 0000 2303 E 9TH AV 3622 W RENELLIE Cl CASE # 06-30808 TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL CASE# 07-05749 SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50 19-231 SECTIONS : 19 26 TIPPLE KEVIN BEL MAR UNIT NO 2 MAPP DARYL 816 E CONOVER ST TURMAN'S EAST YBOR LOT 137 8104 N MARKS ST TAMPA, FL LOT 7 BLOCK 11 122369.0000 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 19-49, 189203 0000 SECTIONS : 5-104 3 .1, 5-105 1 19-50, 27-133 CASE# 07-04986 5 108.4 RECORD GROVE CASE # 06-32872 BITMANSCOTT FERN CLIFF LOTS 21 AND 22 BLOCK 1 TREMBLAY GABRIEL M 7601 N NEBRASKA AV LOT 48 OF FERN CLIFF & W AND N 1/2 OF ALLEY 2315 E 9TH AV TAMPA, FL 150FT OF LOT A LESS N SECTIONS : 5-104.3 .1, 5-105 1 ABUTTINGTHEREOF TAMPA, FL 5-108 4 5 FT OF HENDRY AND 164586 0000 SECTIONS : 19-50, 19 -231 EVELYN CITY KNIGHTS ADD TO SULPHUR TURMAN'S EAST YBOR E 105 FT OF S 36 FT OF LOT 4 & SPRINGS CASE t# 06-31421 W 1/2 OF LOT 1 BLOCK 11 E 105FT OF LOTS 5 AND 6 149790 0000 GUZMAN RAQUEL T 189197 0000 169868 0000 CASE# 07-06800 401 E ROBLES ST, AlB CASE # 07-00428 CASE # HESTER YVONNE C TAMPA, FL LEON JESUS 0 CRUZ REBECA 1104 E LOUISIANA AV MCDONALD WALLACE SECTIONS: 27-218 8409 N ROME AV TAMPA, FL BLAKE S 3101 E 11TH AV TAMPA, FL LOTS BLOCK2 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5 104 3 .1, 5-105 .1, SECTIONS : 5 1 04 3 .1, 5-105 .2, 183235 0000 SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-231, 195-108 4 5-108 4 232 N 69 89 FT OF NW 1/4 OF SW 114 DEMOREST POWELL S ADDITION OF SW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 PART OF LOT 6 BLOCK 18 CASE # 06-31895 LOTS 6 AND 7 BLOCK 3 LESS W25 FT OESC AS : BEG AT NW COR TWO AMIGOS REALTY 175776 0000 97264 0000 OF SO LOT 6 THN S 89 DEG 59 PARTNERS 1..<. REG ; AGT. MIN 11 SEC E 40 84 FT S 00 HUGHES GREGORY CASE # 07 -OfJ777 CASE# 07-05016 DEG 20 MIN 30 SEC E 115 .03 11614 N NEBRASKA AV CHAVARRIAGE CARLOS J FT TO PT ON S LINE OF SO TAMPA, FL SUMNER MARTIN BRIAN 2202 W SKAGWAY AV LOT 6 THN N 90 DEG 00 MIN 00 SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-236, 1905 N 31ST ST TAMPA, FL SEC W 40 84 FT TO SW COR 19-237 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 5-104 3 .1, 5-105 1 2 OF SO LOT 6 THN N 00 DEG 2 0 HUTCHINSON SUBDIVISION SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50, 19-232 5 108.4 MIN 3 0 SEC W 115.04 FT TO REPLATOF POWELL'S ADDITION CARROLL CITY POB LOT34 PARCEL1 LOT 7 BLOCK 11 98151 0100 171750.0000 95072 0102 175826.0000 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ..... CALL LaVORA 248-1921 FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO: (813) 248-92 8 Or mallledwards@flsentinel.com FOR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS P4rsuant to Chapter 69-1119, Speci al Acts. Laws of Florida, sealed Request for Proposals will be received by the Director of Purchasing City of Tampa in his office until : 2:30 PM ON 5/24/07 MORTGAGE AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30 AM ON 5/3/07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Request for Proposals are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351) Dated : 4/27/07 Gregory K Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa FL 306 E Jackson Street Tampa FL 33602 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate fo r a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance. the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No. 154562.0000 File No. 2007-85 Cert i ficate 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 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 ver ify sale location ) Dated this 30th day 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 entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision o certain assistance Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, C i rcuit Civil Division, Room 530, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St. Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone No 276-8100, Ex. within 2 working days of your receipt of this document; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call1-800-955-8771


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR. TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 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 descri ption 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 -lWP-RGE 5-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed : HERMAN JOHNSON, OTTO LANE JONES, RUDOLPH JOHNSON, HELEN JOHNSON DOUGLAS, RANDOLPH JOHNSON Sa i d property bei ng i n 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 or. the 7th day of May, 2007 at 10:00 A .M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 0 verify sale location ) Dated thi s 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signatu r e by : Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sabil i ty who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this p r oceeding Y .ou are ent i tled at no cost to you to the provisi on of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court Circuit C i v i l 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 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 descri ption of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No 32664.0050 File No. 2007-87 Cert i ficate No. 063768 Year of Issuance 2003 of Property : SUN CITY LOTS 8 9, 10 BLOCK 66 & Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING PLAT BOOK/PAGE 17121 SEC -lWP-RGE 24-32-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed: GILBERTO MENDEZ Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng 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:ot .. n thic: 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circu i t Court of Hillsborough County Florida Signature by : Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isabi lity who needs any accommodation in order to parti c ipate in this proceed ing, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain ass i stance Please contact the Clerk of Circu i t Court, C i rcu i t Civil Division, Room 530 George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone No 276-13100, Ex. 4358 within 2 working days of your receipt of this document ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ANTOINETTE ZABALDO the holder of the f ollowing certif i cate has filed sai d certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of i ssuance 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 -lWPRGE 33-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed : ESDA INC. Sa i d property bei ng 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 thi s 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida S i gnature by : Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sab ilit y who needs any accommodation i n order to participate in th i s proceed i ng, you are entit l ed at no cost to you, to the provi s i on of certain ass i stance Please contact the Clerk of C i rcu i t Court C i rcuit Civil D i v i sion Room 530 George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Twiggs St Tampa, FL 33602, Telephone No 276-8100 Ex. 4358 w i th i n 2 working days of your receipt of this document; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 NEED GOOD SECRETARY Must be, experienced with above average computer knowledge. Pay commensurate Call (813) 229-1192 and fax Resume to (81 3) 228 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUSTCUST FBO NOELLA SANTERRE IRA the holder of the following cert i ficate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon. The certi f icate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No. 14489 0000 File No. 2007-89 Certificate No. 62414 Year of Issuance 2003 Description of Property: YOCAM VILLAGE REVISED LOT20 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 31/16 SEC -lWP-RGE 14-27 18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed : JORITA GRIFFITH Sa i d property being i n the County of H i llsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd 12th Floor Conference Room A on the 7th day of May, 2007, at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location.) Dated this 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by : Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk If you ar e a person w ith a d i sab i lity who needs any accommodat ion i n order to participate in th i s proceeding you are ent i tled at no cost to you, to the provi s i on of certa i n ass i stance Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court Circu i t C i 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 1-800-955-877 CNA Starting pay 7-3 $9 .75-$10.75 3-11 $10.75-$11. 75 Full Time Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MIDGE MACHADO the holder of the follow ing certif i cate has f i led said certificate for a tax deed t o be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No. 206946.0000 File No. 2007-90 Certificate No. 60626 Year of Issuance 2000 Description of Property : BRISTOL PARK LOT 2 PLAT BO!)KlPAGE 811 SEC -lWPRGE 2828-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name in which assessed : Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be so l d 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 thi s 30th day of March 2007 PAT FRANK Clertt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: Lauren D Merritt Deputy Clerk If you a r e a person w ith a d i sab ility who needs any accommodation i n order to participate in this proceed ing, you are ent i tled, at no cost to you, to the provi s i on of certa i n ass i stance Please contact the Clerk of C i rcu i t Court C i rcu i t C i vil D i v i sion 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 voi ce impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 Chlldcar:e Teachers Needed CDA Required Fullnme Positions Available Call (813) 248-3073 FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO: (813) 248-9218 :::!! c )> "'0 :::!! r-N ....... N 0 0 ..... r-0 :::!! 0 )> en m z :j z m r-1 tD c r r-z "'0 c tD r-Cii :1: m 0 m < m -4 c m CJ) 0 ?( )> z 0 c ?(


..... 0 0 N ..... N ...J a:: a. <( >-" <( c [i: u. c a:: u.. c z <( c U) w :::;) 1-w > w c w :t: U) ::J TAMPA INVITATION TO SEALED BID BAYe Tampa Bay Water, Tampa Bay Water A Regional Water Supply Authority (Tampa Bay water), is requesting written sealed bids from vendors who are able to provide Corrosion Control Monitoring Services, Contract No : 2007-047 according to Tampa Bay Water's specifications: Written sealed bids must be supplied on forms provided by Tampa Bay Water and bids will be received until 3:00p.m. on Tuesday, May 15, 2007 at our Clearwater office located at 2575 Enterprise Road Clearwater, FL. 33763 at which time the sealed bids will be opened. Bid packages may be obtained at Tampa Bay Water's office located at 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater FL 33763 or by contacting our Records Department at 727-796-2355 or fax request to 727-724-8413 and include a contact name, company address, telephone and fax number. A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at10:30 a.m. on Friday May 4, 2007 at TAMPA BAY WATER s Regional Operations Center located at 8865 Pump Station Road, Land 0' Lakes, FL 34639 Attendance at this Pre-Bid Conference is mandatory and all prospective BIDDERS are required to attend. B i d Security in the amount of two and one-half percent (2. 5%) of the Proposed Total Contract Price must accompany each Proposal in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders REQUEST FOR LETTER OF INTENT (RLI) INSURANCE CONSULTANT SERVICES RLI NO 07-001 Scope of Work The Tampa Port Authority is soliciting Letters of Interest (RLI) from qualified firms/individuals interested in providing Insurance Consultant Services to assist with various insurance and bonding requirements induding but not limited to, insurance/bond procurements, loss analysis, daims analysis, negotiation of various insurance related contracts and writing of specifications to insurance service providers for RLI s and RFP's All firms i nterested in becoming qualified to part i cipate i n this RLI shall obtain a copy of the RLI Instructions and Submittal Documents and submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor, Tampa, Florida 33602. Submittals are due by 2 : 00 p m May 25 2007 RLI shall include a letter indicating the Firm s interest and a. completion of the RLI Documents, including a Vendor' s Qualification Z Questionnaire Firms failing to submit the required RLI Documents, may be deemed non-responsive to the RLI. The RLI is available from the TPA s web w ...J site (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System All firms interested 5 in submitting their qualifications and experience to be considered for this m Project must register with the TPA in order to receive any changes or addenda to the RLI Firms that obtain copies through the DemandStar Lrl System will be automatically registered z !z Upon review of the RLI responses the TPA will at least three (3) or w more firms deemed most qualified to meet the project requirements for oral U) presentat i ons and final ranking by the Port's evaluation committee. The TPA <( will review and evaluate the firms based on the evaluation cri teria contained C within lhe of personnel ; past performance and record ; ability of professional 0::: and technical personnel; response time to emergency call outs ; recent 0 current and projected workloads of the firms ; volume of work previously awarded the firms by the Tampa Port Authority and local presence 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%) SSE 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 RLI. Questions concerning this RLI should be directed Donna Caaey 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 AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money. (813) 832-4282 Dnhongg@verlzon.net Now Hiring Pre-School Teachers Experience, CDA/Equivalent Credential A Plus Only Serious Applicants Apply can (813) 241-2273 Ask For Ms. Anderson INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 2 :30PM ON 5/10/07 RETENTION POND MOWING AND MAINTENANCE PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30AM ON 5/1/07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813/274-8351 ) Dated: 4/27/07 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 17, 2007-2:00 P.M. T-0245-07 (JM) OXYGEN CYLINDER REFILL, RENTAL, & DELIVERY SERVICES Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed v i a the following : (1) the Internet at www hillsboroughcounty org/procurementserv i ces or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Serv i ces office located at the address listed below Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida 33602 813 272-5790 durin re ular business hours Household Chemical and Electronics Collection ONLY RESIDENTIAL WASTE WILL BE ACCEPTED Safely dispose of old chemicals, paints and solvents, automotive products, household cleaners, pool chemicals, mercury thermometers, fluorescent bulbs, lawn and garden supplies, and electronics, including computer equipment, televisions and VCRs. Saturday, April 28, 2007 9:00am to 2:00pm City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste 4010 West Spruce St. -(behind main building) If you have any questions, or need more information please contact City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste 348-1111 Children With Joy Looking For A Loving & Caring Person Part-Time And Full-Time Caregivers For Toddler And Infant Room Call (813) 231-2059 Start Today!! PT Cleaning Personnel Experienced & Highly Motivated Must Have Transportation (813) 630-9827 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 Blue Cross Blue Shield de Florida Esta en busca de nuevos agentes para sus Agencias Generales Contratadas en las areas de Hillsborough y Pinellas. Le ayudamos a empezar una nueva carrera. Le pagaremos un curso de 40 horas, asi como los materiales del curso y el examen para obtener Ia Licencia del Estado. Tambilm le pagaremos mientras usted toma Ia clase, y le ofreceremos entrenamiento acerca de nuestros productos. Ademas, le garantizamos colocaci6n en una de nuestras Agencias Generales Contratadas, en donde tendra excelentes oportunidades de ventas, que le llevaran por el camino comprobado hacia el exito. Los aspirantes deberan demostrar que son bilingOes (ingles-espanol) y necesitaran aprobar una prueba de dopaje y una investigaci6n del historial personal. Envlenos su resume via fax al (813) 882-7655.


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