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62 Years In The Bay Area --Progress Village Residents 'Shoe ed' After Shooting SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 INSIDE THIS EDITION _Help Needed To SEE PAGE 31 City Council Denies Developer's Request SEE PAGE 12 Regi-'ralion Opens For SUininlr Program SEE PAGE 10 -;!." . .. ... .Younl Artist Headed To Top SEE PAGE 8 LOVE THOSE HATS! Members of the Tampa Chapter of : The Inc., held their Biennial White Rose LuncheQn : ort Saturday, April 28th, at the Hyatt in Down!dwn Tampa.' This year, one of the features of the .lunctjeon the Hat } j .. y . Show. The judges had a diffic-ult trrrie winners from such a wide array Qf. in the end, three winners were cho,serl ; The .. shown wearing their winning .. in .. Ahis photograph are: Link Oelores-:M&-I,ntosti/ l 2i:a"k 'June Peterman, and little Miss Erin Link. t Patricia Mil es was the event's Chairperson. (Ph6tograph by Lomax Mcintyre).

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FEATURE Progress Village Residents Are 'Shocked' After Sunday Shooting ..... f\) 0 0 ...... BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The Progress Village commu nity was officially opened in 1960. The predominately Black-housing development still has several professionals calling the area home However an incident Sunday has left virtually all of them in shock. On Sunday at 3 :40 p.m., the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office was conducting an undercover drug operation in the 5200 block of 82nd Street DEANDREWALIACE ..... charged with shooting sheriffs detective. the deputies, I felt better. The first thing that came to my mind was someon e had shot a cop." Ms. Meere said drugs haven't been that big of a prob lem in the area. "I don't' know how it was before I came, but it's not that bad now. I've been planning to leave the state, but I'm not going anywhere right now I'm comfortable living here and I don't expect any problems A group of residents were sitting in the carport of a residende in (he 4900 block of 82n Street, and one said she moved into the community when it opened in 1960. "It was a good community, According to the Sheriff's Office, three undercover detectives were trying to make a drug transaction with a drug dealer when 18-year-old Deandre Wallace ing lot of the Ybor City approached the undercover McDonald's at Interstate 4 and vehicle and displayed a hand-22nd Street. Sheriff's officials gun. The undercover vehicle had been in contact with an left the scene and nearby back-attorney for Wallace so his up detectives were notified of surrender could be negotiated. the armed individual. Wallace was taken into cus-The incident started in front of this residence on 82nd Street. We have a lot of things now we didn t have then. A lot of people who caine when I moved in are Detectives Christopher tody and transported by ambuBaumann and Tracey lance to a local hospital. He has Balogh and a marked patrol been charged with attempted car arrived at the location murder of a law enforcement where the dealer had sold the officer along with other crack cocaine was still standing ch6 better. m. 0 "They aren't all bad people. "The incident was a shock to m It's just having too much free me." Z time on their hands gives them ; .The other r esidents said they i nothing else to do. thmk the mmdset of young .. "I knew something bad was people today is a part of the going to happen to Deandre. problem. .:: m I've seen him with a gun before "You can't tell young people C: right in front my house. I knew nothing these davs. I didn't J= this was coming sooner or raise my k.ids that later. a lot of professfon a ls living out"' z Crystal Meere moved into there." home 2 years ago, and said The residents said they don't she thought the area was fine know what t he future of I:D when she moved in. Progress, will be, but "The only problem I had was they aren t gomg to allow any-:::1: our next door neighbors plaything to run them off. m ing their music too loud. They "It's not always going to be 0 moved out, and now things are like it was Sunday. This is the fine. first time something like this m "What happened Sunday still has ever happened out here. has me in shock. I heard the We hope. people don't think this -1 shots, and immediately is a bad community, because C: grabbed my kids. When I first it's not. It has some bad people m looked out my window, I didn't living among us, but the com.: C see anything, But when I saw munity isn't bad." Will Be _Mav Deadline For Greetings: WeclnesCiaw Maw 2ftcl ct.9 EXCEPtioNs) . Per Wprd . 1,w .. / ' . PLEASe ..r VIsit Onice At 22 ... 2111 Ave. ;.For More InfO, C811 Btty .. @ I o l> z c ., :!:! c

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" 0 0 C\1 EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida JJ605 (813) 248 1921 Published Every Tuesday and Fnday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol Nationa l Newspaper Publishers Associal1on (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, New York 101990 9-1 CP T ime-.iOinternatiqnal POSTMASTER: Sand Address Change ro : Florida Stntlnel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, Fl 33601 PeriodiCal Paid At Tampa. FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrew 1901-19n (1945) Founde,.. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriplions-$44.00-Per Year Bolh Editions: $87.00-Per Year One EdUion. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of thls newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily teflect the editorial stanco or The Aorfda Sentinel BuUetln or the Publisher. Our Food Supply: A Call To Actionl Part Two the problem. You would be surprised know liow much of your diet does t com. e from America! Following the c recent scare among pet owners because of importa: ed tainted pet food from China, which killed nearly 50 pets and sickened hundreds more, the awarez ness and concern for safety of our food supply has c( grown hope. w > w c w ::z::: 0 :::i m ::::) a. z j: w _, _, ::::) m ..:. w z j: z w 0 c( c a: 0 _, u. Unfortunately, America's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) simply does not have necessary funding to ensure our food imports. are safe. WJlat worse ,is the .-o'!r food imports account for nearly i4% of Anierica's annual diet, and consumers are seldom informed where all ingredients in their food comes from. For instance, after reviewing the packaging of numerous containers of vitamins at a major national retail chain store, we could find any vitamin packages that stated the vitamins were "Made in China." Yet, most of the world's vitamins are indeed made in China, and are shipped to food and beverage distributors and manufacturers without inspection. In So% of the world's vitamin C is manufactured in China. (The last American plant making vitamin C closed in 2006.) Packages of dried fruit purchased locally indicated their contents could have come from either the "USA, Argentina, Chile or Argentina." Did this mean the American packaging company didn't which country the fruit came from? You tell Still, you tell America! We firmly .believe all imported food products, cQilsumed for eating or drinkIng m the Uni?=ed States should be clearly labele(J. .as to wha t the ingr' ere;::FDA should know the exact location c;Jfthe such Therefore, :we .urge Congress and -the FDA to mandateinspection and labeling of all foods and to be placed in foods and drinks diately. should apply to both domestic and imported foods and drinks considering how long it to deter.mine the source of the E-coli blini:ed spinach grown hi CaUfornia. We must become _more serious about how we protect. ourselves. urhe-Voice of Our 8_-.f'eaking for Itself" Would Slavery Have Ever Ended Without Civil War? (Series) -guessing his. is quite an exer. cise, provoking men tal speculation. Any attempt to proceed here will require extensive investigation of those developments preceding the Civil War. It is my opinion that the impact of technology will always have the ultimate influence on the social and political developments and behavior of human beings where slavery is concerned. Historian John Hope Franklin had this to say: "In the years immediately following the treaty of inde pendence of 1783, the areas where slaves were concen trated experienced a severe depression. Tobacco plantations were plagued by two evils, soil exhaustion and glutted market. Rice and indigo production brought little profit to the planters of these commodities. The price of slaves was declin ing, and there was reason to believe that the institution would deteriorate." Considering the fact that there were economic developments in the nation that raised speculations surrounding better days for the South beyond slavery. There was talk about compensato ry emancipation where the federal government would get more directly involved. But something would happen involving an invention by one school teacher/inventor, Eli Whitney. The cotton gin would revive southern sla very. Says historian Franklin, "The invention of the cotton gin and the extension of the area of cotton cultivation ushered in a period of eco nomic change in the South that in degree compared favorable with any changes in the history of agriculture. One of the most important manifestations of this change was the increased demand for slaves." Let us keep in mind that the first slave revolt in histo ry was about to take place in the Caribbean. The French Revolution in 1789 stimulated the Blacks m St. Dominique to cast off their shackles. News traveled fast enough for Blacks 111 America to be motivated. It makes sense that two generations later, America just over a hundred miles away, would have to deal with its Black problem. as well. The Civil War would be the instrument through which slavery would end. -- Required Daily Exercise For Kids is not much and then he stands on them. pay for their errors. a politician that If he's not careful this com-hi addition to daily exerme. In fact, mon sense approach is cise, Governor Crist in most cases, I seldom give bound to get him re-elected! should entertain a bill that 'them the benefit of the His actions thus far have would require complete doubt. physicals for youngsters I know! It's not fair to base been Yery impressive. He playing sports. And the word appears to be more conone's opinion about one or "complete" means just. that. two on the performance of cerned about doing the right The physicals should include all, but that's the nature of thing than popular opinion. blood work, x-rays, and the beast. But recent events And that's a good thing! EKGs: have place haye. Now, he wants children in : caused me to rethink my all in opi.nion. (My opinion o f daily The bill sports .be required to have Republicans is even requiring physical education complete physicals. Of And this change of attitude in all elementary schools has course: some will scream has come about the already passed the House about the cost. But, no mat:.. of Governor. Char he and is awaiting action from ter what it costs; it's cheaP._et Crist. During the short time th S t than a funeral! h h b ffi h h e ena e. La T b e as een m o ce, e as . st year; two ampa oys established a 'track record of It absolute sense. died, while playing football. getting things done on a fast that should have an The death of one was ruled track. He's proven that he's opportumty to release some as a heatstroke, :bu.t the other not aU about empty promises ?f that . It even was ruled as a problem With. -and a lot of hot air. Improve their behaVIor 111 the his heart. A complete physiThat in itse'If is surprising, classrooms. This is an cal may have but he takes it a step further. that .nev:er should have come problem . Governor Crist actually across the Governoes desk At any-rate, it appears that backs bills and proposals because it should never have Gover:norCharlie Crist is that reflect human kindness, been removed from the proving.:to-:be a man of hi ; decency, and caring. It seems schools. But like. I said, that he actually puts a lot of politicians make breatlj _nffresh air r' thought into 'his decisions. decisions and the rest ofus long time. ,,_

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! ; Classroom Teachers: Close To The Edgel I'M ... : ) . CLOSE TO THE DGE! I'm trying not to lose my head! It makes me wonder how I keep from going under!" Grandmaster Flash's lit tle ditty doesn't sound so cute when the person who's reciting it is a classroom teacher! COLUMNS A not ervievv By RAND9LPH K _INS.EY The Property Tax Dilemmal / . ne thing everybody .[j / en m z Take for instance the teacher who for whatever teacher proceeds to make reason -began to call her the student's day a living They must have some tax relief. This relief must come without affecting local bud gets to the point where l6cai governments must cut vital Maybe the answer is some where between a slight cut in property taxes, and an increase in the sales tax rates. :::! z m r-1 r:D c: r r m :::! z horhell! ;g ... 4-o r '"lYT'lfer sh.e:.;.;-::2: the sad began screaming at the sto:-1.\r : a r r-student whose 'Another Time -Another Placel' en of her lungs, "Sit down, dog! constant complaints about ffi Shut up dog!" We are told being picked on caused her tely, it seems as acknowledge nor accept American children whom the was later dis-to become an outcast in her the world has what they've done? Then, to she never gave a second < missed, but the damage had classroom. On one particu-one stark-raving them and especially to them, thought except during the already been done. Mind lar morning, when her mad. Some of us are just we say, "Please, please, puhcourse of her trial. -t you, this is the same teacher teacher requested students plain ole dumbfounded by all leez, read our lips, another Yes, she's got a lot of nerve c: had ofteri been overheard form reading circles, none the commotion. Case in time-another place!" and so do we when we say rn beratingcertaiil students' of the little girl's classm.ates point. In our wildest Others will voice that she that we could give less than a C ff d t t h t dreams, we never thought has a right to request that "fl fl' h h parents and not. hing_ was o ?. acce.p er m o ymg Ip w at s e wants. .... th d 1 Th that we'd have to relive the the courts and Hillsborough If I't weren't s:0r the s:act that d N d : b t -t : eu.-rea mg circ es. ey 1 1 z one. o ou cer am -'-. time when a lone teacher hit County School Board grant c 1 th ht' 't' fu began to gtggle and taunt we've demonstrated more peop e aug I was nny. . and ran down four of our her permission to teach 'TI B t th. d f h 1 the httle girl. The teacher h'ld ? I h 1 h class in this whole matter :::c_ u m ese ays o w o ec I ren. n er seep-agam. T o t em, we ask, 0 .. . -laughed_ and told the little th h h h I f '1 _sale vwlence Jn schools, 1 t 't b h If Th deprived dreams, did she "What will she teach" arid an er, er w 0 e ami Y b d 1 -h gir 0 go Sl Y erse e believe that we'd forgotten "Who will she teach?" and her attorney, we might ..... no 0 Y IS aug mg any-li'ttle gi'rl tur_ ned to her classbe tempted to a th t he more! how she mowed over our Clearly, how does she devel-pr Y a r mates and screamed, "I children in her nice car__ op a decent and trustworthy soul burn in hell. But again, -Wha t we're is a hope you all die!" For that their blood splattered all lesson plan? we demonstrate that we quiet the little girl was suspended over it and the street where Furthermore, not only do we "come from good stock." fro in _school. The picture she left them to die? reconsider our position, we In spite of everything, we gmded stare standardized was clear. :!'lo, the little girl They were only four little take not one, but two steps are not as unforgiving as we (call it. FCAT) dese : rves ' .. ... :, P e 00:, the1r . even we ... 0 __ ? ,---.. viola te'd' with our - .hefp. this day they neither civil nghts of four young Peace Be Unto You. ,C11_t'

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""" 0 0 C\1 c a: u. c z < c (/) w :;:) 1-ft w > w c w (/) :::::i m :: a. z i= w ...J ...J :: m ...J w z i= z w (/) C3 a: 0 ...J u. == ALLABOUTYOU! == REGINALD D. KELLY Happy birthday. Miss you! Love, Rachel, Nicole, Marion and Chris. MICHAEL DOWELL WILLIAMS Happy birthday. From,/auntie and family We will see you soon. MR. And MRS. JOHNNY ARMSTRONG Congratulations go out to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny :Armstrong on their retirement today, May 1st. 1 Johnny worked for Tampa Electric Co. for 17 years, and Helen has worked for Time Customer Service, 30th Street location, for 19 years. Family and friends will join the couple to celebrate this happy occasion. Johnny and Helen will also celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary this year. Hon o r R o ll And Homet Of The Month Congratulations on making the Honor Roll once again and on being Terrific Hornet of the Month in February at B T Washington. Cedrica was presented with an award b y the Kiwanis Club of Tampa for being very ambitious, having a positive attitude, good character and responsible citizenship. Go "Drica Baby." Cedric, grandma and granddaddy. Plant High School SHAMIKAJ. WHITLOCK HONORS: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Gloria and Leroy Blue. HOBBIES: Reading, and Basketball. Family Loses Possessions In Apartment Fire For Second Time BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday morning, members of the Tampa Police Department were called to the Central Park Village to investigate an apartment fire. The fire has been ruled as arson When firefighters arrived on the scene at 1012 Goodwin Court, around 9 a.m., Saturday, they observed light smoke coming from the upstairs area of the apartment. After extinguishing the blaze, investigators learned that the two mattresses in two separate upstairs bedrooms had been set afire. They also learned that fire had been set in another loca tion of the apartment as well. According to Captain Bill Wade, spokesperson for the Tampa Fire Department, the fire caused $40,000 in damages, of which approximately $20,000 belonged to Ms. Altonese Weaver and her six children. "She told us that she and her family had not been home since the previous day. They lost everything in the fire and the fire is under investigation," Captain Wade said. MS. ALTONESE WEAVER Ms. Weaver is the mother of 5 daughters and 1 son. She stated that the Red Cross pro vided them emergency shelter at a local hotel and hopes that she can find someplace for her family to live Ms. Weaver said the family is in need of clothing. She has twin girls, age 15, who wear size 12 and 16 in women' s clothing; her 7-year-old daughter wears a size 8; both her 4 and 5 year-old daughters wear size 4; and her 3year-old son wears a size 3T Anyone wishing to provide assistance to Ms. Weaver and her children can contact her via cell phone at (813) 446-2548. This is the second time the family has lost everything in a fire WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & ScoH St. The H111ny 01 A lawyer Is An Important Oec1s1on That Should Hot Be B.tsed Solely Upon Advernsements. Detore You Oectde Ask The lawyer To Send You Free lnlormauon About Their Qualillcauons And EIPertence

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----LOCAL Civic Association Meeting Planned -1 c m (/) 0 s: Members of the Thonotosassa Seffner, and Mango Civic Association will hold their regular meeting on Monday May ;th, beginning at 6:30p. m. The meet-ing will take place at Sterlings Heights Park, 11706 Williams Road, in Thonotosassa ..... The public is invited to attend the meeting and be ready to participate. Ms. Pauline Larry Grant, President is the contact person for additional informa-tioo ..:.:' .:-: .. .=-:;'0: .:-:. :-:: . :-.-:::. :: : ... .... Why wouldn't you get your Free Checking from the bank rated #1 in Customer Satisfaction five years in a row? Unbeatable Pv-ee C..hec,k..in MADE POSSIBLE WITH WACHOVIA Free Onlirie Banking = . :Free Ori!i_rJe Free Balance Alerts No deposit required No monthly service fee STOP BY YOUR LOCAL WACi iOVIA FINANCIAL CENTER TODAY, CALL800-WACHOVIA (800-<;1384) OR VISIT WACHOVIA.COM. No minimum balance Free Check Card Free Visa Extfas rewards program Unlimited access to Wachovia Finaf1cjal Centers and ATMs .W.ACHOVIA

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,.... 0 0 N LOCAL Young Sketch Artist Is Headed For Greatness c CJ) w ::: 1-c a: LL c z ct c CJ) w ::: 1-BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Unlike most 4th graders, Joshua Felder has already had his name up in lights. His school, Dale Mabry Elementary, had his name on the school's marquee to congratulate him for his most recent accomplishment. Earlier this month, he won a Visual Arts Merit Award at the Florida State Reflections Cultural Arts Contest. Joshua is a gifted sketch artist, who began showing an interest in art at the age of 8. His mother, Mrs. Mary Bradley-Felder noticed that her son could create life-like, 3-D sketches of buildings, automobiles and school buses. Looking closer, she noticed that he could also create professionallooking word art and was skilled at Chinese paint brushing. Joshua is also the son of Mitchell Felder. JOSHUA FELDER projector, 7 ft screen, sten cils and pens. Their presentation drew raves from the audience. During his 3rd grade year, W Joshua created a _3-D > During his summer vaca tion, Joshua displayed several of his sketches in an art show at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, where his family worships. One of the sketches was purchased by a member of the church, who was in awe of the expertise. W sketch of the apartment Earlier this year, Joshua won first and third place at the county level Reflections Cultural Arts Contest, and 2nd place and Honorable Mention at his school. The theme was "My Favorite Place. He received 2nd -place for the school bus sketch and Honorable Mention for the apartment sketch. He was also honored as Artist of the Week and several of his sketches were on display in the school office for 2 weeks. fn where he currently resides. :::t: The drawing was later submitted in the Reflections a:l ::: a. z ffi _, _, ::: m ..:, w z w en C g LL Cultural Arts Contest at Dale Mabry Elementary. Joshua won 3rd place in the Intermediate Visual Arts Division. Joshua and his sibling, Jasmine Felder, a fifth grader at Dale Mabry, hosted an Art Pre-Show that mvolved creating life-like, 3D sketches of automobiles. The pair used an overhead We'l.l spend four days experiencil)g the beautiful Caribbean as God created it. The four fun-packed days will include other activities such as : Live entertainment from the Spirit filled group Halle Several Revival Workshops With Renowned Speakers : Franklin Florence-Indianapolis, fN, Steve Thompson, Milwaukee, WI and Dr. Luis Lugo Chicago, IL Shopping in ports of interest Fantastic food buffets and dinners 1 : Tampa, FL 4:00pm Shore Excursions 2. Fun Day At Sea . 3. Cozumel, Mexico 7:00am -6:0Q pm Shore Excursions 4. Fun Day At Sea 5. Tampa, FL 8:00 am Shore Excursions '-. 1 ' I 1 \ !' 0 ...... "-t !I p, t I I I 'o 0 II 1 1 1 '-1 1 'I 1 New 1 ' I ' . : i : .,.. t="'\ r ... H ope I ; - '""-i 1St?!, \-VIJcn the lvfcssngc t -TIIcl iiJc i\tlissioll arc [)jl}illc 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, Fl 33610-Phone: (813) 236-3611 ..;;;;;....;...;.;......;.,.; SUMMER CAMP May -29 -August ;2007 7:00a.m.-5:30p.m. Ages 5-11 YeaJ;"s ........ ..... J '-ARTS & CRAFTS, ACADEMICS, BIBLE STUDY, COOKING, DANCE, FIELD TRIPS, FINANCIAL LITERACY, MUSIC, SIGN LANGUAGE, SINGING AND STEPPING Ages 12-15 Year' s Career Exploration -Financial. -:-SAT Prep -'APPLY NOW! -, ... ......

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LOCAL USF Students To Honor Freedom Riders With Trip To Historic Civil Rights Sites 1\) 0 0 A group of seven culturally diverse University of South Florida students are taking a weeklong journey to honor the legendary Freedom Ride trips though historic civil rights sites. The trip will include volunteering in the local communities. The trip is sponsored by the USF Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), the Center of Civic Engagement and Volunteerism and the David C. Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching at USF. They leave May 6 fol lowing commencement cere monies. service at the Savannah Boys and Girls Club. noted, "This experience should help develop these students' cultural compe-tence and their ability to The project was the brainchild of Samuel L. Wright, Ed. D., associate dean, student affairs and interim coordinator of multicultural affairs. "We want to see each student enriched with knowledge of our nation's civil rights history as well as promote the notion of civic service," he said. We hope to see them continue learning by doing further research and learn about how to develop effective strategies for social reform." The seven undergraduates have majors in education, social work and student affairs, or have shown interest in working in education and civil reform. In addition, two graduate students from the USF College of Education with majors in college student affairs are serving as. trip advisors. The itinerary begins with providing service in Montgomery, AL at the local Meals-on-Wheels organization and the students will visit the Southern Poverty Law Center Civil Rights Memorial. travel the National Historic Trail and All-American Road and stop at the City of St. Jude Historic District. They will spend the next two days in Atlanta. One day _.will involve serving at the Atlanta Food Bank helping with a community garden program and the students will visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, the "I Have a Dream" Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection, the Atlanta Center University Historic District and the Atlanta Preservation Center. The last two days will be spent in Savannah where they will see the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum and visit Savannah State University and South University. They will provide Guardian Ad Litem Training Session Planned Members of the Guardian Ad Litem will begin training volun!eers today, May 1st, at the Children's Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenue, in Tampa. To become a Guardian Ad Litem, you must be 19 years of age or older, have common sense, good judgment, and a desire to help children in traumatic situations. Children in need of a Guardian have been abused, negl(!cted, or abandoned and are involved in the judicial system. Guardians are the voices who work on behalf of these children and seek a solution in the best interest of the child. The meetings will take place every Tuesday and 'l}QfSPaY for approximately 5 weeks . Prior to training sessions, an informa tional community meeting will be held for those interested in learning more about the program. Anyone wishing learn more about this organization can contact Ms. Tami 'Dodd, at' (813) 272-5110, or by at Interested parties may also visit the Guardian Ad Litem web site at become sensitive and affec-"In the end," Wright tive education personnel." TODAY For Your Free TO REGISTER Fill out the fonn below and mail it to Kingdom Worship Center @ P.O. BOX 340825 FL 33694 Or FAX to 813.500.4921 by Deadline 05/04107 Addns. ________________________________________ __ City __________ ____________ .Zip'--------______________________________________ ___ Piease Select One: Man ( ) Woman ( ) Child ( ) Shoe Size: Registration does not gurantee reservation of shoes upon arrival. Event will begln at 9 and shoes will be distributed until supplies are out. Promotional Design@ www.megamediaonline.net ., r 0 :a 0 )> CJ) m z :j z m r I aJ c:: r r m :j z "tl c:: I]J r u; ::I: m c m < m :a -< -4 c:: m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 :a c

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f'. 0 0 N c a: u. c z c( c en w 1-:-w > w c w :::t: en :J m ll. z i= w ...I ...J m I ...I w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...I u. LOCAL Youth Ministries Combine To 'Take It To The Park' , Odd Generation, &FmntlineMinistries ,Present, L toR: AMEEN, TRAVIS, KEVIN, GARY, TREVOR, TERRIEO, RYAN, ADRIEL, RONIKA and CHAD. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Two Gospel rap groups, Odd Generation and Frontline Ministries, are a collection of young ministers who have combined to use the gift of rap music to com pel young men and women to give their lives to Christ. The members of the two groups are Trevor "Second Chaynce" Thomas_, 19,_ Travis "Young Johan" Nunn, 20; Kevin "K.B." Burgess, 18; Gary "G-86" Neagel, 28; Ameen Hudson, 18; Terrieo ''Young Yoshi" Williams, 17, Chad "Da-Da-Decan" Bagley, 24, Ryan "O.V." Dixon; 19, Ronika "Genesis" Bagley, 26, and Auriel "A.L. Beatz" Betts. As a group, they have ministered in local events such as the City of Tampa Black Heritage Festival and the Blake High School Martin Luther King, Jr . Parade at the of Tampa. They have also performed with renowned artists such as Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin, Detrick Haddon, Canton Jones and others. They will be scheduling a series of events at area parks that will begin this summer called "Take It To The Park Tour '07." "Our mission is to unite young people inside the body of Christ and surrounding areas," said Da-Decan. "Part of what we're doing is trying to bring people into the church as a family. For the past 2 years we've been basically ministering in the prisons, nursing homes, and in the community. We hope to bridge the gap between adults and young people in today's society." "We feel some people don't take what we're doing seri ously," said the group. "We're going against the flow of the country and we're even misunderstood. We think the breakdown with our young people has come from negative influences and what they perceive to be right." The group also feels the media has played a role in glorying the material aspects of life to young people with out giving them the spiritu ality they need. "The family structure has been destroyed," said DaDecan. "We have a God conscious nation, and no one wants to serve God. The message inside the home is in conflict, where the mom wants to go to church, but the father doesn't." The group says young peo ple need to understand what life really means, and take it more serious. With the summer quickly approaching, young people will have unlimited time on their hands and what better way to have them spend it, than learning more about their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The group is looking for sponsors and anyone interested in helping them carry out their mission can contact Chad "Da-Decan" Bagley at (813) 458-6175, or e-mail them at thefrontlineoz@vahoo com. Beulah Baptist Church Hall 1006 West Cypress St Tampa, Fl3.3606 Educational Group Opens Registration For Summer Program A well-known local educa tional and mentoring program is now regi stering s tud e nt s for th eir summer p r ogram. Wha t We Could Be, Inc. ha s begun e nrolling students for its S ummer 2007 L i f e Coaching & M cntoring Progr am. The enrichment program will last f rom June 3rd to August 31st, a nd will enroll students between the 5th and 11th grade. Jeannette Bradley, Founder, Life Coach and Mentor at WWCB, says that space is limited. Only so stu dents will be allowed to regis ter for the program this sum mer. "This is going to be an excit ing and very productive sum mer for about 50 teens who will certainly learn a great deal a,bout themselves as they prepare for a successful 2007-o8 school year," said Bradley. "Parents can go to work each day this summer knowing that their children are engaged and being coached in ways that will increase their chances of suc cess in the 2007-08 academic year." The price for the summer prqgram is $350, and will consist of academic activities, community volunteer hours that will count toward graduation and per sonal I career development. "Each child in the program JEANNETI'E BRADLEY Founder and Life Coach, What We Could Be, Inc. will be assigned to a coach who will help them and par ents plan their summer and monitor their activity," Bradley said "There will be plenty to do in and outside the classroom, and we know that the kids will have a great time as well as gain skills that will help them in more ways than one." Registration for the program has already started. Parents are asked to all for an appointment to register at the WWCB Classroom at the Anderson Elementary Academy located at 3304 Sanchez Street. Fot more information, please call (813) 841-8631 or (813) 209-2125. Reporter / Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-.1 1921. He can also reached at adavis@flseittinel.com. t. Annual oul tirring Re11i11al Will. Be Held On ...... ... (Wed) Thru 1 1 (Fri) ................ Each Eveni !!!! 7:00 P.M. Faclllt:ator REV. DWAYNE 6ADDI!i Coan ConFerence REV. RONALD MIZER Pa5tor !it:. Luke A .... i!709 Of Ave.) Tampa, FL 33605 (813) i!4B-6753 Come & 6& Filled Wltll The !iplrt Of

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LOCAL c: m en 'Seek And Ye Shall Find' HCPS Contract c )> s:: When Sandra Nelson, Owner, Exclusively Yours Investigative Services read an article in The Florida Sentinel about Hillsborough County Public School's 2007 Facilities Forum, which was held in November 2006, she wasn't sure if the event was for her, but decided to attend the event anyway. After all, her business was less than a year old; she was not a construction contractor; and she was not registered to do business with Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS). Sandra was confident, howev er, that Hillsborough County Public Schools had a need for the services offered by her com pany, so she made a commitment to take advantage of all events and resources made available to her to help her learn how to do business with the HCPS. "I was amazed at the wealth of information shared with attendees and the level of vendor networking that was encouraged throughout the Forum," says Nelson. "I didn't know about the new products and services offered through Bank of America's new Small Business Banking Program, but after hearing about the success of the OSD Financial Services Day held last August, I visited their booth at . SANDRA NELSON the Forum and learned more about products and services that could help my business. I also visited the Purchasing Department's booth and learned about VendorBid, Office of Supplier Diversity (OSD) Registration, and the process by which the VendorBid System notifies vendors of upcoming business opportunities." Immediately following the 2007 Facilities Forum, Sandra registered in VendorBid and with the OSD. She then sched uled an appointment to receive technical assistance from MBE Manager, Henry Ballard, Jr. and MBE Consultant, Bob Morrison. Timing and follow-through was perfect for Sandra, for on January 16, 2007, she was awarded a one-year contract to provide Private Service of Process Services to HCPS. The Office of Supplier Diversity and Hillsborough County Public Schools have long held that its Small Business Encouragement Program, in its entirety, seeks to create more than just a posi tive communication environment. The District's objective, through its partnership with the Tampa-Hillsborough Branch of the NAACP, is to continuously communicate to staff and third party providers who have a need for prime or second-tier subcontractor/ con sultant resources, its expecta tion that a minimum reinvestment of 20% of its discretionary expenditures be made with Tampa Bay's certified small business community. BUSINESS PROFILE Business Name: Exclusively Yours Investigative Services CEO/Title: Sandra K. Nel son, Owner Office Location: Tampa, FL Date Business Started: January 2006 Company Product/Services Offered: Private Investigation Services for pre employment and background screening, criminal histories, tenant screening, credit histo ries, skip tracing, and general investigations; information specialist; certified process server; certified signing agent; notary Contract Award Amount: up to $25,000 Contracted Services: All services necessary to effectuate service of process, subpoenas, and other papers for truancy cases. Contract Period: January 2007-January 20o8. Contract Location: Throughout Hillsborough THOMAS F. YOHO DDS, PA. County Public Schools' service area. 1\) How did you learn about o the District's Encourage-ment Program? Obtained information at the 2007 Facilities Forum. OSD Assistance provided: Program explanation to gain an understanding of the program and its expectation; technical assistance; department referral. District activities you have taken part in: 2007 Facilities Forum; Informational Holiday Mixer; Construction Pre-Bid Meetings; Black History Month Program; OSD Technical assistance. How long have you been doing business with the District? 3months. What do you feel were the factors that made you successful in winning business from the District? -n Being proactive; follow-I'"" through; persistence; willing-0 ness to listen and learn. What advice would you l> give to other small busi-en nesses seeking to success-m fully win contracts from the. District? (1) Don't be z afraid to meet people and ask m questions; (2) Take advantage t;"' of all resources and networking opportunities offered; (3) Be J= persistent; (4) Maintain good 111 work ethics; (5) Provide quality :::::1 work. Z ., c m r-iii :z m c m < m Finally, We Have Returned Hoell .... c: m en c "Complete Dental Care For All Ages" Pre.vention & Education Extractions Root Canal Therapy Teeth whitening Crowns, Bridges & Dentures . On-Site Denture lab & Relines Done On-Site Custom Designed Gold Available l> z c -n ::c c

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,.... 0 0 N LOCAL City Council Denies Developer's Request COUNCILMAN THOMAS SCOTT .... voted no on the rezoning request BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON GWEN MILLER ..... voted no on the rezoning request ty issue was the reason she felt it wasn't a good id ea. NAVPREET RANDHAWA ..... feels Council didn't take everything into consideration before making decision. understand C ouncilman Scott's position On Thursday e v ening, the C Tampa City Council denied the rezoning request of c developer Navpreet Z Randhawa. Randhawa < The wa y th e prop e rty s its, there was going to b e one way in and one wa y out. That wasn' t comfortable for me, neither was the removal of trees in the area. I thought he was an advo cate for affordabl e housing That's why I don' t unde r stand why he wasn't in favor of this project. The East Tampa Partnership and East Tampa Busin e ss Association were in favor a s well as some city staff members Th e y all felt it was in the best intere s t of the community c en w :::: t-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::: a. z i= w -J -J :::: m ..:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 -J u. was seeking rezoning of 3-5 acres he purchased in the 1900 block of Palifox. The property is currently zoned for single-family dwellings and Randhawa was seeking to build a gated townhouse complex The City Council voted 4-3 against the rezoning, with Councilmen Charlie Miranda, John Dingfelder, and Joseph Caetano voting in favor of the request. Council Chairperson Gwen Miller, along with Councilman Thomas Scott, Councilwoman Linda Saul-Sena and Councilwoman Mary Mulhern voted against the rezoning. Council Chairperson Miller said the compatibili"I felt because there a re single-famil y homes in the area it should stay that way There were people in the audience I knew for and against the project, and I wasn't influenced by anyone in making my decision. I just didn't feel it was a good fit for that community." Randhawa said he feels the Council erred on the vote. I think Councilman Scott was the leading nega tive voter. He said he walked the property for 2-hours. "The main argument against the rezoning was compatibility issues. They said the property was surrounded by-single-family homes and we were propos ing townhouses." Randhawa said he didn't The Veterans Of Foreign Wars Post 1339 Ladies Auxiliary Are Having Our 7th Annual Military Ball "Those who spoke against had a very narrow agenda. I credit Mr. (Al) Barnes for having a strong political voice in the community." "Even former Senator James Hargrett spoke favorable for th e project. "The property is already zoned for single-family homes, but I don't know if I could keep that affordable, and I'd only be able to get 20 homes on the site." Councilman Scott said based on everyth i ng he saw and his reviewing of the area, he felt the area w a sn t compatible for townhomes. "There are only single-fam ily attached homes in that area. The townhomes would AtThe have been 2-stories and The Tampa Westshore Airport Doubletree Hotel 4500 West ress Street Tampa, FL 33607 intrusive on the residents living in the area If the lot had May 12' 2007 At 6:00 P.M. been at a different location. Tickets Are $35 .00 And Can Be this would have been a good Purchased From The Commander Or Quartermaster. project. But, there's nothing QUARTERMASTER EARLIE compatible with that project COWNS WILLIAMS, JR. in that area." (BB) 238-5627 <813) 237-315 Councilman Scott said '-:=========::::::===========-__. he's aware of the support E-Z HOME FASHION & ACC. Sheet Set Curtains Table Clothss Fabrics Comforters Bedspreads. Area Rugs Towels Purses, Wallets And Much More!!! Randhawa had. "I want it understood that I support affordable housing, but not something that's not compatible with what's already in the community. Wednesday S _enior Day 20% Off Any Purchase (813) 247-1053" 3807 N. 29th St. oe:a: Tampa; FL 33610 a.; www.dezllnenliaol.com "I feel I did my homework 9n this issue, and I felt I did what was fair. The project just didn't fit the comprehensive plan for that area. Mon.Sat. 10-7 Sun. 1-6 Hillsborough County Attorneys Read To Children A tt o rn eys w ith th e Hill s b o rou g h C o unt y B a r Associatio n 's L awye r s f o r Lite r acy committ ee will r ead t o c hil d r e n a tt e n d in g l oca l H ea d S t a rt prog r a m s o n Wednesday, M ay 3 rd b eg innin g a t 9 a .m. T h e a tt o rn eys will re ad t o c hildr e n 3 5 yea r s o f age a nd give eac h c hild a b oo k to t a k e h o me. For m a n y o f th ese c hil dr e n i t' s th e r e first book. Th e l awye r s of th e Hill s b o r o u g h Coun ty B a r Asso c iati o n Lawyer s f o r Lite r acy c ommitt ee a r c g l a d t o b e a p art o f h e lp in g c hildre n in th e community. Thi s p rog r am i s just o n e o f many, c o nt i nuin g our l o n g -t e rm effort to h e lp c hildren. E ve r y yea r m e mb e rs o f th e Hill s borough County B a r Assoc i a tion 's L awye r s for Lit e r acy committ ee d o nat e f un ds to pur c h ase b oo k s f o r c hildr e n th a t a tt e nd l oca l He a d S t a rt pro g r a ms. Volunt e er law ye rs read b o ok s on thi s day t o each H ea d Start class. 'Light The Night For Sight' Walk Planned P r ev ent Blindn es s Florid a is planning the 9th Annual Light the N i ght for Sight walk. The eve nt will take place a t Lowr y P a rk Zoo 1101 West Sligh A v enu e, on Frid ay, May 18th. Walk check-in begins at 5:30 p .m. and the w alk begins at 6 :30 p.m Corporate teams families friends and neighbors who care about saving sight are encouraged to sign up The route is three laps around the zoo will be on, animals will be on exhibit (as light permits) and a beau tiful playground makes it a fun event for the entir e famil y Anyone interested in part i cipating in the walk can register online at www .preventblindness.org/Florida. Individuals may also contact Ms. Diane Cote, at (813) 874-2020, ext 115, or at dcote@pre v entblindnessfl org to request a re g is tration form or additional information 'The voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" ;"_t F L C R I D A 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up Latex Flat White Paint ... O U nQutside White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ............ ............ $2.49 ea. 3 .. Brushes .................... . 99 ea. SAtE F!RICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH ;[HIS AD ON LY!!

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==LOCAL== Ragtime The Musical The Howard W Blake High School For the Performing Arts presents Ragtime The Musical, a musical by Flaherty and Ahrens based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow. The musical will be present ed May 3, 4, 5, 2007, at 7 p. m. in the Don Thiompson Theatre, 1701 N. Blvd. For more information on tickets, call (813) 277-3422. Middleton Class Reunion Meeting Planned Members of the Middleton High School, Class of 1965, will hold a meeting on Monday, May 14th, at Middleton High School. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss plans for the 2007 Class Reunion. Class President Melvin D. Nelson is asking everyone to make and effort to attend the meeting. This be the final meeting before 'the class leaves for Atlanta, GA. Phi Beta Sigma Fratemlty, Inc. Scholarship & Awards Banquet The. Gamma Eta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., in conjunc t on with The Crescent Foundation, Inc will host its Scholarship & Awards . -.. --... Banquet on Sunday ; M?Y 27, 2007. The will begin at 2 p.m and will be held at the Rusty Pelican, 2425 N. Rocky Point Dr., Tampa. During this event, members of the Sigma Beta Club, the youth auxiliary group will be introduced, as well as award scholarships to high school graduating seniors The program will also recognize members of the Tampa Bay community who have excelled in the areas of "Bigger and Better Business," "Education" and "Social Action." For additiomd information, please call (727) 255-1360 or email &ammaetasignatampoas@yaboo.com and leave your contact information. You multi-task. Shouldn't your business checking? Finally, everything you need from a business checking account-for Introducing Integrated Business Checking, only from SunTrust. It's Free Business Checking, plus Free Personal Checking with free Bill Pay, and free Check Cards for each account, all managed in a single view through Sun Trust's exclusive Online Cash Manager. It's the best business banking in the business, and it just got better. Call800.259.5730, stop by your local Sun Trust branch, or visit suntrust.com/bizbanking for more Merchant Services Treasury & Payment Solutions Business LQans "There are fees for exceed ing stated transactions. cash process i ng, and night bags. Refer to the fee schedule for details SUNTRiJST Seeing beyond money ... Online Cash Manager and Online Cash Manager Plus are not intended for use by commerc i al or institutional clients, which in ganeral are defined es with annual sales in excess of $10 million Sun Trust's Online C a sh Manager Premium and Online Treasury Manager have a complete host of web-based services designed to meet your online banking needs Please call 877 370 5108 for addiUonal information : You must have or open a business checking account to be eligible to enroll in an Online Cash Manager product Transaction and service fees may apply SrnTrust Bank Member FDIC. C2007 Sun Trust Banks Inc SrnTrust and Seeing beyond money are federally registered s81Vice marks of Sun Trust Banks ,lf\C. c: m en c }< .... 1\) 0 0 ..... "T1 r-0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c: rr-z ., c: aJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m :::c -< c: m (/) c )> z c "T1 :::c c .,. )> C) m ...... w

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,.... 0 0 N PICTURES FROM THE PAST ,... c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :::s:::: (/) :::i ID ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) ID ...:. w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J I.L 'lilt 'I'"' Hostesses for an event at MacFarland Park in this photo from the past are: Luicelle Coefield, Melvina Richardson, and Ruby Williams: In this photo from the past are (standing) Lawrence Lee, and Fred Douglas. Seated are Ethel Odums, and Mrs. Adelle Samuel. w CJ At the Kid Mason Center for a fashion show were Cynthia if Borders Sharon Cannon. From left to right in this photo during a social gathering are: Mrs. Elaine Burks, Sandra Ivy, and Albert Ivy. In this photo from the past is a part of Tampa's History, Leon and his son, Leon, Jr.

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CARWASH All Sports Alumni Volunteer At Car Wash Last Saturday, All Sports alumnus and students gathered to give one of their own a helping hand Kylie Moord, a third-grade teacher at Shaw Elementary, was dismayed that her students had no place to play during recess. The school's budget contained no extra funds for a playground. Ms. Moord found out it would take $18,ooo to build and equip a small playground. She started with a yard sale, but soon realized more help would be needed. So she turned to her old friends from All Sports, the mentor ing and scholarship organization that had helped her and another 8oo kids go to college. Everyone gathered at Shaw Elementary last Saturday. Groups of student volunteers from Plant King, Jefferson Middleton, and USF, led by All Sports alumni who are now teachers, coaches, business people and entrepreneurs, and even four Buccaneers (John Bradley, Ryan Nece, Will Allen, and Jermaine Phillips) who are also interested in making this community a better place to live. There was food, thanks to Wild In the rear are All Sports alumnus and students. In the front are (left to right): Jermaine Phillips, LaBrawn Saffold, Kylie Moord, and Ryan Nece. Oats and other donors, and a DJ to keep spirits up in the suffocating heat. At the end of the day, the group was $3,000 closer to Ms. Moord's playground. But most importantly, young students saw grownups gather from all over the city to work on a project to improve the lives of little kids. The kids saw people of all colors and ethnicities and economic levels laughing and together to make a small piece of Tampa a bet terplace. -i c m en 0 l> s: N 0 0 -...!

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,...... 0 0 N ,.... c a: I.L c z < c en w :::;) I-f!: w > w c w :::1: en :::i m :::;) a. z ;::::: w _. _. :::;) m ..J w z ;::::: z w en a: 0 _. I.L SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY The NFL Draft Has Fevv Surprises The National Football League has just completed the longest draft in the histo ry of the league. The draft was completed with very few surprises. The reason the draft went so smoothly was because not much was expect ed of the draft Quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell of LSU, Brady Quinn of Notre Dame, wide receiver Calvin Johnson of Georgia Tech and offensive lineman Joe Thomas of Wisconsin were considered the class of the draft. As expected, Russell went first to Oakland. Calvin Johnson went second to Detroit, and Joe Thomas was drafted third by the Cleveland Browns. Probably the biggest surprise of the draft was quarterback Quinn falling to the 22nd pick to Cleveland. Probably the second biggest surprise of the draft was the Philadelphia Eagles using their first pick to draft an unknown quarterback. Tampa's wide receiver Mike Williams of Plant High School was traded from the Detroit Lions to the Oakland Raiders. This is expected to be a good move for Mike. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are as pleased as punch with their picks. Only Calvin Johnson or Joe Thomas would have given the Bucs a bigger smile. Bucs Bolster Defense In 2007 NFL Draft The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took Gaines Adatns with their 4th overall pick in the 2007 NFLI)raft. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The Tampa Bay Buccaneers focused on rebuilding their on(le dominant defense on both days of the 2007 NFL Draft. .Tampa Bay used seven of their 10 draft picks on defen sive players. The Bucs used their 4th overall pick on Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams. Overall, Tampa Bay drafted two defensive linemen, two linebackers, two safeties, two offensive linemen, a cornerbac];t and 11' running back. "We ltnew we needed to add'ress. some areas on defense. We'tried to do that to a degree. Our. scouts did a great job laying' out the board," said Bucs head coach Jon Gru(len. "We got players who were 11ateq highly on our hoard at -time we se'lected, and we did .add' defensive linemen, lineback-. ers and two guys to play safety which I think will help our overall defense. The Bucs draft picks included the following: DE Gaines Adams, OG Arron Spears, S Sabby Piscitelli, OLB Quincy Black, CB Tanard Jackson, DT Greg Peterson, ILB Adam Hayward, OT Chris Denman, CB Marcus Hamilton and RB Ken Darby. Bucs Sign Former Seattle TE Jerramy Stevens JERRAMYSTEVENS The Bucs added another receiver to their offense bysigning former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens. The 27year-old signed w'ith Tampa Bay as an unrestricted free agent Sunday. Stevens had his best sea son in 2005 catching 45 passes for 554 yards and five to'uchdowris as part of the Seahawks NFC Championship team. Stevens will join a Bucs'' group of tight ends that already includes Alex Smith and Anthony Becht Not only did the Bucs get some good players, they covered about every possible need They addressed their aging defense, and shored up their defensive backfield. The Bucs are particularly proud of their first pick Gaines Adams, a smart, quick defensive end. It will be interesting to see if the Bucs can translate their draft choices and free agents into victories. The two African American quarterbacks who played for this year's college championship were criticized for being too short. Troy Smith from Ohio State was selected in the 4th round by the Ravens. Chris Leaks of the Florida Gators was not draft ed, but later signed with the Chicago Bears. Which team had their best draft? Take your pick. I will wait until the season starts. Another Tall!pa product was affected by this year's draft. Veteran Seattle Seahawk's wide receiver Darryl Jackson was traded. Jackson, a starter, is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL. Middleton's Flag Football Team Wins District Title Middleton High's flag foot ball team was able to outlast Plant to win the District 8 Championship 13-7. Shameka Kelly and Jessica Williams each scored touchdowns for the Tigers (10-1) in the second and third quarter respectively. The Plant Panthers had several opportunities to score, but Middleton's Danielle Lewis and Ramesha Reid both had to end two of Plant's (9-2) potential scoring drives. The Panthers kept the game interesting, scoring their only touchdown with less then five minutes left. Plant High had one last opportunity to win .the game, but Katie O'Brogan was stopped yard short of the end zone by the Middleton defense. Middleton will play Riverview on Tuesday, May 1st in the second round. nThe Voice of Our Conimunitv Speaking jpr !fse.lf" 1921 BEAUTY UNLIMITED KELLI The springtime just got a little .bit hotter with this young lady. We are pleased to have Kelli as this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. This stunning young lady is quickly becoming a fan favorite, and it is our pleasure to have her back. Kelli love s traveling, shopping, dancing and spending time with family and friends. She says the type of guy that she likes must be goodlooking, honest and have a great sense of humor and be. We hope to see more .of . Kelli in the very near future. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 Sept.16 Sept.23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct.14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov.4 Nov.ts 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec.t6 Dec. 23 Dec. 3o @ Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Papthers @ Indianapolis Colts 'tennessee Titans @ Detroit Lions JacksonviUe Jaguars Arizona Cardinals BYE WEEK @ Atlanta Falcons Washington @ N,ew Orle!ns Saints @ Houston Texans }ralcons @ 49ers Carolina Panthers 4:15 : p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 4:05p.m 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:Q5. p.ll). t:OO p J m .

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Patriots Acquire Moss From Raiders For FourthRound Pick BOSTON -The New England Patriots have acquired wide receiver Randy Moss from the Oakland Raiders in exchange for a fourth-round selection in this year's NFL Draft, the Patriots said on their Web site on Sunday. The 30 -yearold Moss has o;pent two unproductive seasons with the Raiders. He previously played for seven seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. Moss has caught 676 pass es for 10,700 yards and 101 touchdowns in 138 career g ames. He is the only player in NFL history to record 1,000 or more receiving yards in each of his first six NFL sea sons. "I'm still overwhelmed and, at the same time, kind of star-struck that I am part of this New England Patriots organization," Moss told reporters on Sunday "What I have done in my nine-year career was just a glimpse of what I can do," he added. Moss offers Pro Bowl quar terback Tom Brady a serious deep threat and he joins a new-look Patriots receiving corps that also includes offseason signings Donte' Stallworth and Wes Welker. Seahawks Trade Receiver Jackson To 49ers SANTA CLARA, Calif. -The San Francisco 49ers acquired veteran receiver Darrell Jackson from the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, landing a potential No. 1 pass catcher from a division rival for a fourthround draft choice. Jackson, a seven-year pro who spent his entire career with the Seahawks, gradually fell out of favor with Seattle general manager Tim Ruskell in recent months amid injuries and attitude concerns. But with few tempting offers for Jackson, the Seahawks improbably helped the 49ers who beat NFC West champion Seattle twi<:e last season -at San Francisco's leanest position. "You know that makes it that much sweeter that I can go back and face my 'old team," J .ackson said. "I've been 'idoking forward tq becoming a 49er ever since I heard the talk about the trade. San Francisco gave up the 124th overall pick, and the Seahawks used it on DARRELL JACKSON Georgia T e ch offensive lineman Mansfield Wrotto. Jackson's tenure in Seattle included three 1,000-yard seasons and 4 7 touchdowns, but al s o several skirmishes with team brass about his contract, which runs through 2009. Jackson felt he had a handshake deal with former team president Bob Whitsitt to improve his contract -but when he was fired and Ruskell was hired in early 2005, no changes were made. Jackson had a truculent attitude toward offseason worko.uts, and he also missed 13 games over the last two seasons with injuries. lst Time Homehuyer Prug1ams VA Bankruptcy'?'! Nu Pruhlem lnvesb;r /2nd Hume Loans Low Credit Scure'! 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The Heat, who defeated the Dallas Mavericks in last season's NBA championship series, battled to get back to the playoffs this year as superstars Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade missed significant time with injuries O'Neal underwent knee surgery in Novembe r while Wade, the Most Valuable Playe r of the 2006 finals, was sidelined by separated shoulder later in February. "It's not easy when you don't fulfill your personal expectations," said Heat coach Pat Riley, who was sidelined himself for a month due to a pair of surg eries earlier this season. Wade scored 24 points Sunday, but the Heat couldn't counter tl;le energy of Chicago's rising stars Ben Gordon and Luol Deng and veteran Ben Wallace. Gordon scored 24 points, while Sudanese-born Briton Deng adde d 22 and 12 r e bounds, whil e Wallace had 13 points and 11 Mayweather Sr. Leaves Son's Camp Again 0 l> :< The beauty of HBO's four e pisod e reality series D e La Hoya-Mayweather 24 I 7," w hich wraps Thursday night at 9 : 30, i s its one-week productio n turnaround t hat allows each episode to include reactions to comm ents made during previous e pisodes. But in the case of the Mayweather Jr. and Sr., this may have been a curse. In episode two, we saw Floyd Mayweather Jr. react to being called "juve n i le" b y Oscar De La Hoya in e pisod e cine. In the lates t drama preceding their May 5th WBC super welterweight championship bout, Mayweather's trainer/father was offended by sentiments expressed by his son in the second episode and has decided to leave Junior's camp for good. According to USA Today, Mayweather Sr. said he didn't like his son expressing loyalty to his uncle and trainer Roger Mayweather, while saying he was scared of his dad, who also trained him earlier in his career. "I don't care if it is his uncle," he told USA Today. "To say he's loyal to Roger, when I'm the one who gave him life? What is he talking about?" In the soap opera that is the Mayweather back FLOYD MAYWEATHER SR. AndJR. story, the elder boxer was i n and out of his so n 's life during the boy's formative years: When Senior wasn't in jail, h e would often take Junior to the gym and train him hard on the fundamentals of the sport. But according to Junior, his dad was physically and verbally hard on him as a teen. The boxer shared these feelings during last week's episode, stressing that he grew closer to his uncle Roger as a result especial ly during his father's stint in prison. That episode of "24/7" was the first time Mayweather Sr. had ever heard these ..... "T1 r-0 ::c C/) m z -1 z m r;-feelings expressed from his son. The two had been restranged for years, during which Senior, ironically, became De La Hoya's trainer. But when De La Hoya accepted Mayweather Jr.'s challenge to fight, Floyd Sr. left the Golden Boy's fold and tipped gingerly back into his son s camp. r-z "tl c: m r-u; :::1: m 0 --::. Tia.a,_-qase.l111: 1 -.Te-m Oll tlasts Jefferson to Win aistlict .. : ' . . . . m < m ::c -< -1 c: m C/) 0 The Middleton Tigers defeated Jefferson High 9-6 to win the Class 5A-District 10 baseball championship Thursday night. It was the first district title for Middleton since the school reopened in 2002. Middleton (20-6) trailed the Dragons (15-10) early after -Justin Pena hit a three-run homer in the second inning. However, Corey Thomas and Derrick Hudgins )> answered with homeruns of Z their own, and Thomas added a two-run single to give ::c the Tigers tlie lead for good. 0 The Tigers will host a regional quarterfinal' game on Tuesday, May 1st against Tarpon Springs. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or at adavis@jlsenti nel. com. 9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M.5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M.-1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Loll" Rates Friendly Atmosphere You're A-OK With Us Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town

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. Y .Y;ur Futurescope .,.. TAURUS (Apr. 21-may 21) 4. slight adjustment in your ?' at itude could create a whole a nt N vista for your outlook. f/) "' 'I< at you think is not in con-: with what you do; it sim-I:, Y it. for a ; Jew way to describe your ideas and thoughts J Affirmation: I work hard to combat envy today GEMINI (May :u-June 21) You can rely on very creat i ve mental energy t oday! You'll probably be wanting to talk o r write or read about health or career matters. Your ability to absorb information is remarkable. Make phone calls for work early in the day, then phone calls for play i n the afternoon! Affirmation: My life itself is my greatest creation. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. :u) A friend from the past could suddenly appear in your life This could be a highly benefi cial reunion for both of you Let bygones be bygones and renew thi s friendship. Love isn't used up just because it' s shared w ith many. Affirmati on: What I need to be is fully present inside o me SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec 21) Surprises are in order today, and you can roll with everything that comes at you unex pectedly. Healing can happen in a relationship if you just show up That's power Affirmation: I am pati en with all that comes my way today. CAPRICORN (Dec 22.-Jan. 20) You'll radiate with confi-c a: CANCER (June :u-July 22) dence and enthusiasl\1 today. LL c z a: w > w c w ::J: tn :::i a:l ::;) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::;) a:l ..:. w z i= z w en
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LOCAL '70s Style Party Held At Club Joy IJ] . .. PHOTOCRAPHY BY JERRY BRUNSON Those from back in t h e day and today came out to C l ub Joy this past weekend for a '70s Style Party held by vocalist Markus Vance and Meneisa. Markus Vance (left), and Danny Green pay tribute to Bootsy Collins. ..,. Meneisa and Malcolm enjoyedthemselves at the '70s style event. Trina and Tee posed for this photo as part o f the crowd. Kandi and Tina of Elite Elegance, Incorporated were in attendance. Tamiko and Emma sowed up for the '708 style part)r. ..... 1\) 0 0 ..... }! C) m ..... CD

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,... 0 0 N >-"' Rapper Eve Arrested After LA Car Crash en w :::::) LOS ANGELES --Rapper-t-actress Eve was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence alter she crashed a Maserati m Hollywood early Thursday. The crash occurred about 2:45 a.m. on Hollywood Boulevard, said police Officer Martha Garcia. Eve, whose full name is Eve Jeffers, submitted to testing to determine her blood alcohol level, but the results weren't immediately available, Garcia said. Eve was booked on misde meanor drunken driving and posted $30,000 bail. She is scheduled to return to court May 17. A phone message left for EVA her attorney, Matthew Johnson, wasn't immediately returned. Publicist Amanda Silverman said she had no immediate com ment. c 1-----------------------------------------a:: LL. c .. z < c en w :::::) .... w > c w %: en :J m :::::) D. z i= w ...J ..;J :::::) m ..J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL. Tracy Morgan Ordered To Wear Booze Bracelet First Alec Baldwin tries to leave NBC's "30 Rock" in the wake of his infamous leaked voicemail message to his 11 -year-old daughter. Now, costar Tracy Morgan may have to film future episodes with a court-issued ankle bracelet that detects alcohol vapors in the skin. A Los Angeles Superior County Court last weekend ordered the comedian to wear the high-tech gadget, called a SCRAM (Secure Continuous. Remote Alcohol Monitoring), to ensure that he stays away from consuming alcohol, reports TMZ.com. The device will monitor booze levels present in the skin every 30 minutes (or 90 days. If he tests positive for alco hol use he will haye to start TRACY MORGAN his 90 days over, and if he fails a second time he'll be forced to spend 30 days in a county jail. He must also complete five days of community service. ENTERTAINMENT Beyonce Song In Licensing Dispute BEY ONCE LOS ANGELES --New shipments of a Beyonce album released earlier this month will not include a remake of the song "I'm Kissing You" until a dispute about legal clearances are resolved the pop star's management company said Friday. The company's decision came after a copyrightinfringement lawsuit was filed against the singer and her record label on behalf of the song's co-writers, Des'ree Weeks and Timothy Atack. "Unfortunately, there were some misunderstandings regarding whether Des'ree's SQpg '(I'm) Kissing You' was cleared for release in the United States," said Music World Entertainment, which represents Beyonce. Versions of Beyonce's album, "B 'Day Deluxe Edition," released internationally will not be affected by the change, as they did not include the remake of the disputed track, the firm said. 'I Love New York' Season Two NEW YORK The inevitable has happened: casting has begun for a second season of VHl's "I Love New York," starring Tiffany "New York" Patterson in a quest to find "true love" among a harem of eligible bachelors. T -Pain Arrested In Miami R&B singer T-Pain, born Fabeem Najm, was arrested Saturday evening during the annual Radio One Springfest concert in Miami after he allegedly refused requests from officials at Bayfront Amphitheater to cut his set short. Pain was the closing act on a bill that included Trey Songz, Mims, Jim Jones, Rick Ross, Yung Joe, Rich Boy and others. A witness tells BallerStatus. com that T-Pain got irate when offi cials called for him to finish his' set early. He reportedly ignored the requests and continued to perform. According to the eyewi tness, police presence began to increase backstage as T Pain's manager bum rushed the DJ booth, pushing down a female cop along the way. According to the Web site, the manager was apprehend-! ed by police before he could return to the stage. Meanwhile, T-Pain continued to ignore requests to stop his show, and was in the midst of his hit single "Buy U A Drank (Shawty T-PAIN Snappin')" when his music was finally cut off, witnesses say. According to BallerStatus, he "tossed his mic and became furious, jumping up and down, while throwing middle fingers at the police and screaming 'f'<** you.'" T-Pain and his crew left the venue and drove away in a van, but they were reportedly trailed by police who eventually pulled all members from the vehicle. The Tallahassee-born artist was arrested, although charges were unclear as of press time. ,. Star Reynolds Explains Her New Look, If you haven't seeri Star Jones Reynolds lately, she's sporting a fresh bob haircut, black-framed glasses and a figure even more slimmed-down than when she left "The View" last year. The former prosecutor never fully disclosed how she was able to drop all of those pounds so quickly, leaving many to speculate that some sort of surgery was involved. Reynolds may be deliberately vague about her weight-loss methods, but she continues to stress one thing -she has not gone under the knife. "I exercise. I've never exercised before. I play tennis. I do aerobics. I walk," Reynolds, 45,. told People last week at a Washington, D.C., reception for First Star, a group dedicated to helping abused and neglected children. "And I take exercise classes that kick my butt, which who tuned in to the show's Jan. 8 premiere gave VH-1 its most-watched series premiere ever for the cable network ... that is until fellow STAR JONES REYNOLDS was not something that I was ever confident doing," she continued . "Because when you're a really overweight person, you're not very comfortable being in a classroom environment. I think being in a classroom motivates me now." Reynolds participated in a congressional briefing last Tuesday to announce First Star's finding that nearly half of U.S. states fail to pro vide legal representation for foster children. It's a topic she plans to discuss on her new daytime talk show on Court TV, which debuts in late summer. The casting notice calls on "sexy single men" of "all types and ethnic backgrounds" to apply. Furthermore, she's only considering men ages 21-36 with "extreme personalities." "F:lavor of Love" spinoff, "Flavor of -Love Girls: ."Got to get back to work five days a week," she said.' "This is the first time since I'm 17 years old that I haven't been working every day." The 4.4 million viewers Charm School." shattered the record drawing 5.1 million pairs of eyes for its April 15th debut.

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= MEMORIAMS I CARD OF THANKS ======== HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND MOTHER'S DAY MOMMIE MOTHER MINNIE KENNEDY Sunrise: May 1, 1909 Sunset: December 31, 2002 My Mommie, tJte strength she left me. Mommie your birthdays are special to me. Your desire was to live 100 years. Our Lord decided He wanted you to rest in heaven. For He is a jealous God. Today Mommic, you are ninety-eight years old. We se':en years Momie you departed gracefully With your baby on a bright morning, December 31, 2002. Mother's Day will never be the same good times because I can't share it with you Mommie. The golden gates are pearl. The streets are gold. Shout for them for me Momie, until we join each other. and Day my love, good night. Your daughter; Brenda. A NOTE OF THANKS The family of the late Tameka S. Flucker, would like to express our love and appreciation the many acts of kindness. First and foremost we thank you for your prayers. We thank you for your many, many acts of kindness: for the food, cards, calls, flowers and other acts oflove. A special thanks to: our pastor, Elder Charles Davis, First Lady, Mother Deloris Davis, our College Hill Church of God in Christ family, each auxiliary and COGIC member. The Family Enrichment Center, COGIC Preschool staff, parents and students, Middleton staff and students, Paul L. Sheehy staff and students, MacDill AFB Commissary employees, Tampa Neighborhood Watch "Grid 055," relatives, friends and neigh bors. To: the Ray Williams Funeral Home and staff, to the Rhodes and Northerns and Miss Charolette Castellano, words cannot express our love, appreciation and gratitude for the service you provided; you went above and beyond with your service, time and dedication. We thank you all! Harn'lon Funeral Home John W Harmon. L .F. D FREE QUOTES Owne:r/Mc,nugcr 5002 I'T. St. 626-8600 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Carlton R. Denson, Tampa. Mr. Roosevelt Jones, Tampa. Mr. Cedric (C. J.) Mills, Tampa. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL Gladys Hart Dixon, 2207 E. 28th Street. Rhodis h a Gambrell, 8 100 N. Mark s St. (Infants) Jackson Twins, Tampa. Camerine Scott, 4221 E. Curtis. Mr. Eddie Smith, 3607 E. 24th Avenue. Mrs. Mary Taylor, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Julie Green, Tampa. Mr .. Jack Smith, Tampa. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Senti 813-248-1921 HAVEN IAL PARK "A Community Pride" 4615 E Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE We're telling your stories and celebrating our community. E-mail the editor, Gwen Hayes at ghayes@flsentinel.com ng Monuments Quality Products At Great Prices or Engraving Done By Experienced Mastercraftsmen Always Dependable & Reliable MONALISA. MONUMENTS (813) 810-0301 Fax (813) 242-4194 3202 East M.L.K Blvd Tampa Serving The Tampa Bay Area For Over 24 Years We All Credit Cards 220721st Tampa, FL 33605 l813J 248-1921 $25.00 r-0 :::c 0 )> CJ) m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm :::! z "0 c: m r-c;; :X m 0 m < m :::c -<. -1 c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 :::c 0

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.... c c N c i: u.. c z cc: c tn w .... Q w % tn :J ID A. z ffi _, _, ID _, w z i= z w tn cc: c i: 0 _, u.. N N w (!) Classifieds IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA (General Jurisdiction Division) CASE NO. : 05-10826 (E) BRITTON CAPITAL, INC., ET AL. Plaintiffs -vs. YOUR PLACE LLC.; OLD REPUBLIC NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY and UNKNOWN PERSONS IN POSSESSION at 802 East Laurel Street, Tampa, Florida Defendants NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 9 2006 and further by Court order entered in Case No. 05-10826 (E) of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for H i llsborough County, Florida, wherein BRITTON CAPITAL INC.; ARONELL, LLC ; JONATHAN and CAROLYN SHAPIR, as Tenants by the entireties ; PHILLIP and ECATERINA TRAUB ; PETER GOMEZ; CHARLES FLAXMAN IRREVOCABLE TRUST; JOHN and TONYA GOMEZ as assignees of CITY FIRST MORTGAGE CORP are the Plaintiffs and YOUR PLACE, LLC.; OLD REPUBLIC NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY and UNKNOWN PERSONS IN POSSESSION at 807 East Laurel Street, Tampa, Florida, are the Defendants I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the second floor, in the jury auditorium of the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602, at 2:00 P M on the 23rd day of May, 2007, the following ctesc:rlbed property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lots 3 and 4, Block 23, leu right of way and together with beginning at Northeast comer of Lot 4, Block 23, run 89", East along North boundary 2 .50 feet thence Southeasterly along arc of a curve to the left 114 39 feet radius 4631 66 feet lying Westerly of a chord whose length Is 114.38 feet and bearing South, 1, East to a point thence South 1, east 4.70 feet to a point thence North 40", West 8 .88 feet to a point on east boundary thereof thence North 00, East 112 .28 feet to point of beginning in Mobley's Subdivision as per map or plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book Q, Page 539, Public Records of HIHsborough County, Florida, all lying and being in Section 13, Township 29 South, Range 18 East. (Folio 1193026.0000) Lot 1, less road right of way Block 9 Emery & Simmons Addition to Tampa, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in P lat Book Q, Page 596, Public Records of Hillsborough County Flor ida (Folio #193069 0000). The East 46 feet of Lot 2 Block 9 EMERY & SIMMONS ADDITION TO TAMPA according to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book Q Page 596 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida (Folio #1930710000) . ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. "In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this hearing should contact A D A Coordinator not later than 1 (one) day prior to the proceeding at (813) 272-7040 or VIA Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 Dated this .zmt Day of Apr!!. 2007. PAT COLLIER FRANK AS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT HillSborough County, Florida By: Ia/ SANDRA GLENNON DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 07006486 DIVISION C Jareen Sherman Petitioner And Arlington Sherman Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Arlington Sherman Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, If any, to It on Jareen Sherman, 2257 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, FL 33610 on or before May 28, 2007, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33802, before service on Petitioner or Immediately thereafter. If you fall to do ao, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court' s office. You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court' s office notified ot your current address (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915 ) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk s office. WARNING : Rule 12.285 Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dism i ssal or striking of pleadings NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES If you are a person with a disab i lity who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please con tact the Court Administrator's A.D. A. Coordinator, (813) 272 7040, 800 E Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602 within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or vo ice impaired call1-800-955-8771. Dated April18, 2007. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Ia/ BRENDA DUDLEY DEPUTY CLERK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE ... .. -, ..... $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition-Friday@ 3 :00p. m .-----Friday Edition-Tuesday@ 3 :00p. m Fax Your Ads 24n (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for INSTALLATION OF GYMNASIUM LIGHTING AT ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL w i ll be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, Schoo l Admin i strative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until3:00 PM, Tuesday, May 22. 2007 (The mail ing address is P 0 Box 3408, Tampa Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 3 :00 PM of the above date Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Act ion Plan as identified within the bidding documents There will be a Non mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Tuesday, May 15, 10 : 00 am at Robinson High School, 6311 South Lois Avenue, Tampa, FL 33616. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ABOVE. BJD SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH 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. A photo Identification will need to be presented at this time. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the Engineer. Complete informat i on regarding bidding documents and other information may be obtained from the Engineer: Anston-Greenleea, Inc 1315 W..t Fletcher Ave. Tampa, FL 33112 (813) 113-1111 No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after date set for bid opening. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Drivers Needed 7 Days Per Week Morning & Evening Shifts Contact Dr. Miller (813) 965-8497 ATTENTION Seeking A Honest Dependable and Caring Individual For A Home Daycare CDA Or 30 Hour Home Daycare Certificate Required. Contact Mrs. Tee (813) 476-9522 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 FAX YOUR ADS 24/7 (813) 248-9218 AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@verizon.net Attention Drivers SE Local/Regional Runs Home Weekends Some Weekdays! Drive New Equipment!!! Florida's Premier Flatbed Carrier. 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INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for furnish ing of all labor and materials and performing all rk necessary and incidental to the construction of 2007 Water, r, and Drainage Improvements Project at Eight Various School Sites, will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County Florida in the Office of the Superviso r of Purchasing Third Floor School istrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida until 3:00PM, Tuesday June 12. 2007. (The mailing address is P 0 Box 3408, Tampa Florida 3360 1 ) Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the above date Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center Contractors desiring to b i d this project are subject to an Encouragement ''"'rr"m'"'"" Act ion Plan as identified within the b idding documents. ere will be an On-Site Pre-Bid Meeting at each of the school sites beginning on Tuesday, May 15 2007 at 10 : 00 A M at the front office Egypt Lake Elementary School 6?07 North Glen Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 continuing on-Wednesday May 16 2007 at 10:00 A M at the front office Mango Elementary School, 4220 Highway 579, Seffner FL 33584 ttendance at all of the On-Site Pre-Bid Meetings is highly recommended, but is not mandatory IS THE BIDDER'S TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFERENCED ... ,.., v.. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS. TO ALL BIDDERS : The School Administrative Center is a ....... ,. .. ritu" bu-ilding, therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Pass prior to entering the building. A photo identification wi to be presented at this time. ICornolete information regarding bidding documents and other informatio be obtained from the Engineer: Key Engineering Associ ates, Inc. Keith Bachmann, P E. RUtledge Drive, Palm FL 34685 Phone (727) 781-1111 E mail address keyeng@tamDabay,rr.com PRJ:SS OPERATOR N .EEDED AB Dick 1 & 2 Color .. ., Preferred Full Time Position Apply In 5205 N." Lois Avenue TC!mpa, Fb. 33614 Riverview Area Child Care Needed For Infant In My Home. References/Background Check Required Weekly Cash Pay Of$100. 00 Great Opportunity .For Retired Mom 813-546-8387 CNA 7-3 $9.75 $10 75 Q ; 75 1018-1020 E. 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Ready May 1st 6217 47th Street 2 Bedrooms, A/C WID Hook-UP, Tile Floors $775 00/Rent Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 626-0331 2106 W. Beach St. #A 2/1 Newly Renovated Apartment, 1st Month Free $400 00 Moves You In With Excellent Rental H i story. New Kitchen/Bath Hard Tile In Both, Hardwood Floors, Alarm System Central A/C Washer Hook-up $700.00 Per Month (813) 238-6353 East Tampa Spacious 2/1, CHA Fireplace, Sprinklers Fenced WID Hook-Up Water Included $950 00/Monthly + $950 00/Deposit Phone (813) 979-0868 3021 B N. 48th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Apartment Burglar Bars $595.00 Per Month 1st Month Free Call (813) 238-6353 East Tampa Spacious 2/1, CHA Fireplace, Sprinklers Fenced, WID Hook-up Water Included $950. 00/Monthly + $950 00/Deposit Call (813) 451-9624 DUPLEX 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA, W/D Hook-up $795 00/Month $500/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Grant Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Provided Secur i ty Bars, Fans $725.00 /Month $725 00 Deposit Call 813-505-7266 USF Area Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $600 00/Monthly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (113t213...tlo Section 8 Perferred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors, Large Yard WID Hook-Up (813) 230-8968 3/28603 & 8605 N 15th St 2/110001 N Annette St 2/2 804 E Linebaugh St. Section 8 Welcome Call 813-766-7540 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 224 9040 2102 Palmetto Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility Room W i th Washer & Dryer Hook-up Water Included $725.00/Monthly Call (813) 223-5214 Duplexes Section 8 ONLY Large 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Nice Area WDH, CHA, Walk-In Closets Move-In Special Call John (813) 789-3879 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal Call (813) 261-7538 Or (813) 503..0493 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Very Nice, Quiet, WDH, Newly Remodeled, Quiet Nice Neighbors Utilities Included Credit/Background Check $7 50. 00/Monthly $700 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 971-5107 Just Like Home Leave Message Immediate Response First Week Rent +Security $100.00-$150 00/Weekly Furnished And Unfurn i shed (813) 319-5646 Room For Rent $125 00 Per Week + Deposit Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 802-4930 Rooms For Rent $150 Weekly $100 Deposit Moves You In Clean Area (813) 918-5529 Efficiencies Large Living Room Cable, Lights, And Water Included $225.00 Weekly $200.00 Deposit Phone (813) 915-9406 Room For Rent $100.00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 285-8147 Rooms For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125.00/Weekly $12 5 00/Deposit Call (813) 624-8540 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent $125 00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 516-7719 Christian Person Has Rooms For Rent $110 .00/Rent $110 00/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal ACtivities Allowed Call Mike (813) 770-2266 Room For Rent $130.00$175 00/Weekly Private Bathroom House Privileges No Drugs Non-Smoker Call (813) 545-939 Furnished Rooms Queen Size Bed $1!5.00/Weekly Full Size Bed $150 00/Weekly $150 00/Deposit Call (813) 900-6926 Or (813) 817-2677 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ..... 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Investors Own Property? Need To Liquidate? Irvin (813) 965-543 Or (813) 850-5911 For_real_about_realestatetmyahoo com UNK CARS WE BUY JUNK CARS -AND TRU C KS ",.:.j-.. : CALt ;J;# :: (813) 966 -3501 We Will Buy Your Junk Cars, Trucks And Vans Call Penny (813) 621-0163 Wanted Dead Or Alive Unwanted Cars And Trucks We Pay Cash! We Will Come To You Phone (813) 385-7713 We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ For Junk Cars Trucks yans And Motorcycles Running Or Not We Pick Up Any Junk Meta l For FREE! Phone (813) 695-2438 "We Do Best For Less" MAC DADDY Lawn Service -. Haaling .. And Clean-Up .,., .. .. Phone (813) 245-9761 Guaranteed Discount Landscaping Lawn Tree, Sprinklers, Hauling, And Clean Up Services Residential & Commercial Phone. (813) 416 5388 1 1 t i 'a '"14ri rl Commercial-Space For Lease (Off Columbus Drive) 2807 N. Albany No Bathroom 490 Sq. Ft. $295.00/Monthly 2809 N. Albany With Bathroom Approximately 570 Sq. Ft. $4 Will Lease Together Or Separately Immediate Occupancy Call (813) 254-0542 If Answer SUPPORT THE .fLORIDA . ;' . SENTINEL ADVERTISERS -,. J '.,. LOAN Need Money? Law Suit Pending Car Accidents Wokers Compensation Slip & Fall Get Money In 2 3 Days No Credit Check Call (813) 298-4370 Or (813) 917-5521 Licensed WATKINS PRODUCTS For Over 138 Years Red And White Liniments Vitamins Aloe Juice, Salves, Various Gourmet Spices And Much More! Call Today To Buy Or Sell (813) 248-0669 ORTGAGES Sage Properties Group, LLc Cash In 3 Days For Your House Ready To Sell Promptly Call Floyd 813-727-6728 If Your Well Runs Dry Call Well Drilling & Pump Service Reasonable Prices At (813) 986-0125 Ask For Dave H And T Masonry Remodeling Sidewalks, Patios, Carpentry Drywall Ceramic Tile And Plumbing Call Eli (813) 325-4643 Lie #022650 lt1't.1i);i '''Mil Don't Be Fooled By Others Cash In 3 Days For Your House Phone (813) 727-6728 WARNING!!!!! 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At the Rehabber's Superstore we have the cash to buy, and we can close all deals in 3 days More importantly, we can provide you with our cre dentials See our full page ad in the Flor ida Sentinel to learn more, or visit our website at: www.rehabberssuperstore com (813) 227-9240 Kenny Rushing DON'T LET THOSE OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSEl Cas. h In 3 Days For Your Vacant Lands, -Lots Or Acreage. See Our Full Page Ad In The Florida Sentinel. www rehabberssuperstore com (813) 227-9240 SPIRITUAL READINGS Identify Problems Discover Situations And Set Goals That Will Turn Your Life Around Towards god, Candles, Oils, Sprays, Incense, etc. Sold Here Sister Harvey Call (813) 249-1199 Or (813) 500-0807 Spiritual Worker 1-800-648-2993 Luck, Love Money Remove Evil Spells Bad Luck,Witch Craft Cross Condition's Unnatural Sickness Money Blessings Donation $25.00. Master All Cases Help In 24 Hours Rev.Henry Jackson P.O. Box 17049 Charlotte, NC 28227 Jamaican West Indian Father Samuel 2121 W. 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....... 0 0 ('\1 NATIONAL Hate Crime Charge For Suspect In 101-Year-Oid's Mugging NEW YORK --A man accused of beating and mugging a 101-year-old woman and two others was arraigned Saturday on charges that included hate crimes, authorities said. Jack Rhodes, 44, was held without bail on charges of robbery, grand larceny, burglary and assault. Some of those charges were listed as hate crimes because two of the women were at least 60 years old. Authorities said Rhodes targeted the women because of their age, a violation of the New York State Hate Jack Rhodes, 44, faces robbery, grand larceny, burglary and assault charges Crimes Act of 2000. and her house keys. Rhodes, whose last known The footage caused public 9 address was in Queens, was outrage and the NYPD fE arrested Friday on unrelated assigned dozens of detectives C drug charges. to the case. The NYPD Police questioned him after showed the surveillance >-noticing he matched a photo video to every uniformed offict of a person wanted in the cer in the city. attacks, including one on Rhodes is also accused of Rose Morat, 101, whose attacking 85-year-old t-March 4 beating was caught Solange Elizee, 51-year-old t: on surveillance tape. Angela Khan and burglarW The grainy images show izing a building. All the [ij Morat, who was using a attacks took place in Queens. 0 walker, trying to leave her He faces up to 25 years if W apartment building when a convicted. man attacked her and hit "I am so sorry for what ::::; her in the face. happened," Rhodes said as Morat suffered a fractured he was led out of a police staa.. cheekbone and bruises. Her tion, the New York Post Z assailant got away with $33 reported Saturday. 1--------------------------------------------...J ...J ::l m ...:. w z t= z w en g t g u. Iraq Death Toll Tops 100 Americans In April BAGHDAD -Five U S. troops were killed in separate attacks in the capital this weekend, including three in a single roadside bombing, the military said Monday, pushing the death toll past 100 in the deadliest month so far this year. Both attacks occurred in eastern Baghdad, a predominantly Shiite area where American and Iraqi forces have stepped up their activities as part of a security crackdown that began on Feb. 14 to quell the sectarian violence. In violence Monday, a suicide car bomber apparently targeting an Interior Ministry convoy struck an Iraqi checkpoint near a busy square in the predominantly Sunni area of Harthiyah in western Baghdad, killing four people and wounding 10, police said. The bomber detonated his payload, causing part of the road to buckle, as he emerged from an underpass and was heading toward the checkpoint being manned by Interior Ministry comman-. dos. Those killed included two commandos and two civilians. The violence occurred despite stringent security measures during the security crackdown now in its 11th. week. Teen Shot Dead In Southwest Houston HOUSTON-A teenager was shot to death in southwest Houston on Thursday, KPRC Local 2 reported. Houston police said Xavier Ferguson, 17, and two men went to a duplex on West Airport near Riva Ridge Lane to pickup up a family member at about 10:30 p m. Detectives said another man confronted the group as they tried to l eave. A woman told the man he had the wrong car and people. Gunshots were fired from an unknown location, police said. One of the bullets went in through a backseat window, fatally wounding Ferguson. Police have not released any information about possible suspects or the motive for the shooting. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Houston Police Department Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS. Study: Minorities Fare Worse In Traffic Stops WASHINGTON --Black, Hispanic and white drivers are equally lik ely to be pulled over by police, but blacks and Hispanics are much more like ly to be searched and arrested, a federal study found. Police were much more like l y to t hreaten or use force against blacks and Hispanics than against whites in any en counte r, whether at a traffic stop or elsew here according to the Justice Department. The study, released Sunday by the department's Bureau of Justice Statistics, covered police contacts wit h the public during 2005 and was b ased on interviews by the Census Bureau with nearly 64,000 peopl e age 16 or ove r. "The numbers are very con sistent" with those found in a similar study of police-public contacts in 2002, bureau statistician Matthew R. Durose, the report's co-author, said in an interview. "There's some stabifity in the findings over these three years." Traffic stops have become a politically volatile issue. Minority groups have complained that many stops and searches are based on race rather than on legitimate sus picions. Blacks in particular have complained of being pulled over for simply "driving while Black." "The available data is Police likely to 'and Hispanics than whites. sketchy but deeply concerning," said Hilary Shelton, director of the NAACP's Washington bureau. The civil rights organization has don e its own surveys of traffic stops, and he s ai d the racial disparities grow larger, the deeper the studies del ve. The Raw Numbers The racial disparities showed up after that point: Blacks (9. 5%) and Hispanics (8.8%) were much more likely to be searched than whites (3.6%). There were slight but statistically insignificant declines compared with the 2002 report in the percentages of Blacks and Hispanics searched. Blacks (4.5%) were more than twice as likely as whites (2.1 %) to be arrested. Hispanic drivers were arrested 3 .1% of the time. 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Investigation Of Man Found Hanged In Park Continues Shortl y after 8 : 30 a m., on Saturday, police received sev eral telephone calls about a man h .anging in an East Tampa park. Upon arriving at the scene officers discov e red the 44-year-old man, dead at the scene. Andrea Davis, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Departme.rit s aid "We received several calls a:bout a man hanging from a.' tree i n Rowlett Park, corner of Rowlett Park Drive and N 22nd Street. "Some of the calls came At"'JGEL JIMENEZ from neighbors, but some said Saturday was the first came from drivers stopped at time they had come to the the traffic light. Apparently, park to walk. they could see the body from Ms. Edwards said, "W the street. He didn' t have saw a woman arid a little girl any identification on him," go up into the area, but there she said. was no screaming, we didn't The man was later ident.i-know anything was wrong. fied as Angel T. Jimenez. The little girl didn't have on His death is being in,v.:esti-any shoes and they were gated as a possr61'e suicide looking up in the_ trees, so we being linked to. kept walking." the death of his -girlfriend, Ms. Lewis said, "It was whose body was found in an weird, the little girl was just during the inves looking up in the trees. But tigation there was no screaming, -According to police, items nothing, it was just weird. found o n Jimenez's body le d We walked the w hol e p ark investigators to 10000 block and went to the car. When o f.""N ::;lAth around, the ing entry into the reside nc e, police had come and every police discover{:)<;!. .the body of thing was roped off C_uadalti.pe: ( }ajigo. said they The cause death has could not -'observe the body released . the walking patns in Some wa in the park the park. eai-Jy on a y .. Reporter Iris B. Holton unaware ofthe. i ncident. can .'be con_tacted at (813) Ms. and . 248-1921 or by e-mail at Ms. iris@flsentinel : com : '' y ,:'/ _: ,: !_. CRIME Police Ask For Help In Solvlrg Carver City -1 c m (/) 0 :: ..... Major George MeN amara with the Tampa Polic e Department is asking for the publ ic's healt h in find ing the person or persons responsi ble for the fatal shooting of a Jefferson High School foot ball star. N n e ighborhood and talking l\J 8 people in the community. We: really need their h e lp o n on e Thi s was suc h a w a s t e.'' Last Wednesday Cedric Mills, 17, was shot while standing in the front yard of his parent' s home in Carver City He died later at a local hospital. The incident was witnessed by a resident across the street from the scene, and police have identified one of two suspects in the shooting. Police also have a good description of the suspect vehicle, believed to be a newer model Chrysler, either metallic green or grey with tinted windows. The witness described the vehicle as CEDRIC MILlS being a Sebring. "We're still asking for assistance from the public in solving this senseless act," said Msj. McNamara. "We're canvassing the Familymembers of Mills and the witness said they believed the shooting was the result of a fight Mills had two weeks earlier. Anyone with any informa tion on the shooting is aske d to contact the Tampa Police Homicide Division at ( 813 ) 276-3571. Funeral, se. r:vices for Cedric Mills pav e been scheduled for Saturd.
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