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i Celebrating 62 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -Suspect Sought F urderi n g Bystander -SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 INSIDE THIS.EDITION St.udents Need SEE PAGE 11 Family: Son Did Not Shoot Officer SEE PAGE 2 Elderly Man .Loses . llousi,.g Fight FAITH TEMPLE M. B. CHURCH OBSERVES WOMENs DAY Women's Day was observed last month at Faith Temple--:Missionary Baptist Church. There were several special guests in attendance. The guest speaker for the 11 a. m. worship service was Mrs. Jewel Bailey right, National Baptist Convention o f Ame'dca, Inc. Intermediate Auxiliary President. She Is sh ow n :witli Mrs." Bonnie Belford, State President, Women Intermediate Auxiliary (WIA), Progressive M&E Baptist State Convention, Dr. Bartholomew Ban .k.s, President and Dr. Maurice L: Gladney Pastor, Faith 8 Church. (Photograph by Sylvester Harr i s) 00 ... .,(S) N SEE PAGE 10 :LeaVes 2-Hurt ; .. ; SEE PAGE 27

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Q a: LL. Q z c( Q .en .,'W : .t-Q w X en ::::; m : .D. z ;: w .... .... : .... FEATURES Activist Makes Contributio. n To Slain Athlete's Family Family Disputes Version Of Deputy's Shooting The tragic death of Cedric "C.J." Mills has affected his family, friends, associates as BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer well as people from within the A little more than a week community. has passed since an illegal Community activist and local business owner drug purchase by undercov-Mentesnot recently reached er officers ended with a out to help the family of the deputy being wounded. slain football star. However, the family of the Mentesnot donated $500, man charged in the incident and also compi1ed commemoQffers a different version of ration CDs tliat Mills' family the shooting that took place could sell. Community activist and in the Progress Village subMills, a 17-year-old junior business owner Mentesnot division on the night ofApril at Jefferson High School, was dropped off a $5oo money 8 h shot while standing in his order and $500 worth ofCDs 2 t father's the front yard on compiled in memory of In a two-page written April 25th. He later died. Cedric "C.J." Mills. The dona-statement from their attor-"co 'nstantly referred to family with very derogatory racial slurs. A number of individuals in the corimiunity have suffered physical violence and been the victim of racial.slurs at the hands of the officers investigating this incident," the statemen.t concluded. Police J\,ccount Of Shooting "I can't imagine the pain tion is to help the Mills fami-neys, the Wallace family that the parents and family is ly. disputes the police account. DEANDRE WALLACE detectives and an unidenti-going through. I have The family was also upset . Facing Several Charges In tied suspect. According to the HillsborQug. h ,County Sheriffs Office, the shooting took place after the deal and involved three undercgverdren that are roughly his age, involved in two weeks earlier. about comments made by Shooting Of Deputy Police alleged that and as a parent, 1 know this "We as parents need to others about Section 8 "Contrary to reports, at no Deandre Wallace approa-i s a difficult .ti:me for them," teach our kids tl).e right way Housing. time was Deandre hiding in ched the undercover vehicle said "People to do things . Many of them Ms. Vontrisha Wallace, ambush, as has been incor-and displayed a handgun. :from throughout the commuare resorting to violence when,. the mother of the defendant, rectly reported, or crouched "The undercover vehicle left .. have supported us for so that's really unnecessary," said her parents were down any cars wait-the scene and nearby backWe want to do whatever Mentesnot said. "We need to th 1 ttl ing for the officers to up. Detectives'--Chris.'we possibly can to support, instill in them that there are among e ongma se ers them the way that they sup; different ways to resolve of the Progress Village area, approach top her Baumann and port us." problems rather than violence She also said she is a sirigle "Once confronted by the Tra9ey Ba_logh were noti Mentesnot says he hopes and causing a tragedy like parent of 4 children and female, a: stpi.ggle ensued fied:..of .armed individ-::t'hose wanting to remember this." works very hard to support where Dearidre attempted ual;" the stated; Mills the CDs Reporter 1 Writer Antione her family without any type to defend himself by trying The two detectives a nd a the shooting was the result of be reached at adavis@fl.sen-Deputy Baumann sale and the individuals a fight Mills had been tinel.com. ney, Kurpiers Law Firm, P. appeared froin the backside standing outside the resiHAVE YOU aEEN INJURED IN A ACCIDENT? A., said, "We would like to of the home and began to dence in the 5200 of express our sincere hopes strike Deandre in'the' back 82n
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EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 1'0) 2207 21s t Avenue. Tampa 33605 { 813) 248-192 1 P ubllshed Eve ry Tuesday and Fr i day By F LORI DA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHI NG Co., M embe r of Nat t onal Newspaper Pub l tshers Assoc ia t t on (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc . New York (f,) 199 0 -94 CP Timcl n t ernaiiOnal POSTMASTER : Send Add r ess Change To : Florid a S e ntin e l Bull e tin P O Box 3363 Tampa, F L 33601 P eriodical Postag e Pai d At T ampa, FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 ( 1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT /CONffiOLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR BETIY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscr i ptions-$44 00 Per Year Both Ed i tions: / $87 00-Per Year One Edit i on Op i n i ons expressed o n ed i torial pag es of th is newspaper by Column is t s or Gu es t W rit ers, do not necessar i ly r e f lect the edit or i al stan ce of The Aortda Sentinel Bulletin or the Pub lishe r Stop The Killing, Nowl extend our condolences to the families of / . . JCedric Jamar Mills ("C. J.") and to Marcus / ohnson, the two most recent victims of senseless murders by gunshots. We are always saddened when our newspaper has to print the news and obituaries of young teenagers gunned down on our streets. For that reason, we attempted to honor the grieving parents by delaying the printing of this editor..... ial, but it appears there is to be no end to the senseless mayhem and killing that has consumed our children. LL Recent shootings in the North Tampa (Fletcher Avenue) area, and reports of the failure of victims and c:r: witnesses to give information to police causes us to question and oppose a culture of silence that seems to c be growing in too many of our communities. Indeed, en we cannot allow our communities to become "OK w :::1 Corrals" and "Wild West" havens for gun-toting teens Massive Black Voter Registration Needed For 2008 Election for African-Americans in the politics of this country. Unless there is a miracle in foreign affairs, and things turn completely around for Republicans in Iraq, it's incomprehensible to see the majority of the white people voting any time soon for the Republican nominee in the 2008 Presidential Election. Actually, if Black institutions get young people politically involved, millions of new Black voters can b e added to the rolls by November 2008. This involvement can be allocated in the protection and supervision of the nation's voting system, as well to proteet against what in the past two elections, espe cially here in Florida. The nation as a whole could benefit and strike quite a blow for democracy in its entirety by improving the character of its political system. It would certainly speak well for our efforts in improving Democracy around the world and in Iraq, to do some firm policing here at home Young people, Black and white, would be respected by working to improve our politi cal system. This is what our democracy should be all about. It is so hypocritical to allow votes to be purged and stolen. One focus for improving the Black vote could be through evaluating the system via Black colleges We could and should achieve 100% Black voter registration on all Black college campuses. It can be done. The Democratic Party should preside over this Black college registration project. Another group that can be challenged as well, are high school seniors. Actually, these students could be given politi cal grants for hours put into working after school on high school voter-registration pro jects. Presently, and it has been historic tha t the Black community is late exposing its young people to political activ ities related to voter registra tion and participation. 1-and criminals, while we turn a blind eye to the killing : -Nama ,.. PftftAit I .. bore such fruit as Japanese plums, mangos, oranges, tan gerines, avocadoes, tangelos, grapefruit, pecans, and persimmons. City, a niango tree is hard to find. They no longer line the streets in every block. Folks don't have fruit trees growing in their yards like iti the past. C Today, tragedy befalls a stranger. Tomorrow, it could befall us or someone we know and love. Readers, hear en what we have to say. First, you need to begin an imme:; m diate search of your home and property for guns, and :::1 remove or destroy them. Second, you need to urge your children to let you know if they know someone Wj:: who has access to a gun, and then report it. Third, you ...1 -need to come forth and give police any information ...1 that w .ill help them catch the killers of Mills and Johnson. No, we do not favor a police state. What we ... !t favor are sine streets. What we favor are our children living" to ol(l -.-What we favor is peace and justice. W : en <( c a: 0 ...1 LL ail old adage that states, "B careful what wish for. because you just inight get it!" Well, be1cause the majority of Tampa's homeow-ners sat ,the -couch and a literal handfu,l of pro-perty arid-homeowners to_seare Florida legislators and intoJIIlplemel_lfuig sinkor-swfui tax cutS, tlie .niajonfy of Tampa and HillSbotot;igli Cou_ntycresidents are faced with cuts and Moreover, the is that propertY owners Will s :ee 'less year tax:reductioti.-we hope theY,_spendit:wisely.--. --owners, let's tak a.-quick to $200 -we,get to-ke'ep will cost about at least 75 police 'officers wlio'J! !la,ve to due to a $7 million cut to.the How about a red_uction hi the who would be able to respond .to medical emergencies and vehicle acci (lents"? Qoc;Lforbid the_se fUture cuts .. ?use th.e the city, -lilt the scrappii_t.'-of sJati,ons iie:w .housing 4 _evelopmeli!s, w;hich mean .tiret .be stretf!\ted ,mghtmartshly _;; !"" ;, #f =-- ,_ _, . construction can found in practiany neighbor-hood in the entire county. In some instances, it is with homes and others with com mercial buildings. Some things are being pre served, such as old buildings. But, we haven't stopped to ask ourselves what are we losing in the name of progress? The list of things could probably wrap around the city, depending on whom you ask. However, when I think about the irreplaceable losses: I think of my childhood. As a child growing up in East Tampa and Ybor City, trees lined the streets in every neighborhood. But they weren't just any trees. They were fhe majestic oaks, the chinaberry 'trees, and Mulberry trees. And then, there were the fruit trees that Fresh fruit was so plentiful that the owners of the trees would collect them in bags and just give them away to keep them from spoiling. I remember eating Mulberries right off the tree and going home covered in purple from: the juice. And, as a child, we never worried about germs. Moreover, during the sum mer, the watermelon dri ving slowly down the street was an everyday occurrence. And, another visitor was the vegetable man. But many people had gardens and traded the goods they raised as well But today, as we drive through the streets of Ybor Sadly, our children will for ever be denied the things we took for granted They are the children of the electronic generation. They are the video game generation. It's no wonder scientists are pondering the health of today's children. They don't run and play until nightfall. And, they don't eat healthy because there is "fast food." It's a shame that our chil dren and grandchildren won't be able to take advantage cif the simple pleasures of life like we did Perhaps the powers that be might consider planting fruit trees on new construction sites. It's just an idea. thin, thanks to a projected $2.7 million budget cut to the City's Fire But that isn't all. . . . ... . .-: c with school age children will feel the'bite of the cut by JJ,aving to find-.. alternatives for after-school care the City's Parks $1 million cut, a cut which will no closmgs unpacting CitiZens who for years have used parks for eXercise, fanuly ation and public events. consider there will be no need for us to complain abou:t or how. long 1t takes us to get streetlights j;ixed because Public Works -having"'incurred a $7oo,ooo :will simply have no money! ', ; .. ._. < ,, Now, tell us, "How 'you like your $2oo tax cut now?" :win worth ih.e and we don't think so. By the way, sure and City just _grateful you are for fJte saved you, IS tf you get to see any of it at all! -Like we said,.iatt:the _this editorial, be careful what you wish for! >' ' '' . .... ''

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Night Of The Long-Noses I stablished in 1978, said this to a newly invested \Mason Tillman Council. After having care. Associates is an fully reviewed the Mason award winning public policy Tillman study, and coming research and professional to the conclusion that what marketing firm, specializing Mason and Associates DID in business affirmative NOT say was, the City of action cand corp explain wha t the y meant by a jury of their peers. z I sincerely believe tha_ t i today we really don't know m the. basic prmc1ple of __ Q: system. z ., c: Ill r ty contractors were usually you can't win it, reinvent given job preference. No wonder our children are 3) Bid information was dif-raising so much hell in m ficult to obtain, to say the school! Who What e-...; I Lurks? rii least. Do you remember Pinoc1Hr 1 1r :a __ major contractors chio, the little puppet whom -< .every time he told a lie his / } .. t n "July 10 1981 at some assistance. It states, American history find new S) Most often, major con:-. that was real andevery time ''is arrest.:. good things? Fqr out of the it become acceptable for tractors were guilty of not somebody at the City of : ed abundance of the heart the Black Americans to look notice of Tampa stretched the truth, . e -vents tha.t"led: u p SI IVI y, roug on y on. conquer the City .of Tampa and to does not and has not the lifestyles of men should Imus' derogatory comments Mr. Alan Crotzer was Tampa's City Council in May ever Ignored, overlooked, progress with it. As times about black members of the impriso-ned 24 years for a 2oo6. It hit like .-a bombshell! put down or chahge, the hearts of men Rutgers University women's crime that he did not com., However {s what the. minority and female headed. should change with it, too. basketball team." Although mit . The Florida House of City .of .. n,o-w-, is t?e biggest lie Unfortunately, none of us Jmus didn't use this word in Representatives "voted to say. . ,;-<,c the Dey1l learned to have a crystal ball where we his broadcast, there are award Crotzer $1.25-mil. Just recently, at a care how you can look into to tell us what many record producers, rap lion, or $so,opo per year of c,o:Uri-il.meeting, a neW" his-the future .. : holds for artists and comedians who his wrong{ulcohfinement. the ,City's : ifs the same time, find it profitable apd conve-Not the;Seriate, ;though'! .W:1tMJ3',BY and 'his . ,',: none ofus have x-i'ay_vision nient to do 'Not to menBlack Ameri'caiis have :men:. 'Yherewe couldJook.into a tion that theuse-ofthe word tally, spiritually and found the calif bee# locked up for _that mm9t,1tJes '' of mamstreain of. every ,more than 1oo vears. Where are not theJast tO' be called which might lead us t<) ask a American are we going withthis? \veil, to Come to the C()ptract . "Who:. if you ha\'e. to . . ner htble! . . kpows wha(eVii lurks in the . How does one justify a Philanthropically, ask yoi.t"r,.. ; .-a >I,tev.Scott, PrllY-heartso.fmen?.. self, "WhatWillyotibedoing ,)j for us, and the City pfTampa .On the other .hand, ciously apd derogatory dur-on July 7-:-12?. m tool Matthew 12:34 offers us ing a critlcal ti-me = in You. 'en

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w c w ::1: (/) :::::i m ll.. z i= w ...I ...I m I ...I w z i= z w (/) < c a: CD w CJ LOCAL Congresswoman Kathy Castor Celebrates Success Of Head Start C_ongresswoman Kathy Castor distributed books to Head Start students at the West Tampa Head Start Center last Monday to celebrate the great success of Head Start over the past four decades and pledge support for the congressional vote to strengthen her commitment. "Head Start is the pre. miere early education program in America. It has played an important role in improving the lives of more than 20 million children and thousands of families in my community, said Castor. "To narrow the achievement gap that exists today between low-income children and their more affluent peers, we must improve Head Start's effectiveness, support teachers, and increase enrollment." Over 5,300 children are served by Head Start in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Manatee Counties, but many thousands more are on wait ing lists or eligible. With no increase in funding since 2003 and inflation going up, Think Mrican Americans Can't Get Skin Cancer? I Dr. Vernon K Sondak Mel anoma is mor e deadl y in African Americans than in C a ucasians, and because cancer ous lesions are often found on the soles A reception will follow the presentation Please RSVP by May 14 to 1-888-MOFFITI (l-888-663-3488) Complimentary parking will be available. A National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center At the University of South Florida 1-SSS-:VlOHITT I CONGRESSWOMAN KATHY CASTOR it is getting harder for Head Start providers to maintain their well-known high quali ty services. Last year Castor persuaded county commissioners to provide funds to reduce the long waiting list in Hillsborough County and make up for the money that the federal governme1,1t was not providing. Louis Finney, Djre<;._tor of Hillsborough County's Head Start Division, said that being flat funded has had a big impact "Our expenses have grown 10 percent, and we are now serving more kids," Finney said. Also, we have 3,000 kids in Head Start but only 103 in Early Head Start. We are not capturing the young mothers like we would like. And the income requirements are still too high. Some parents cannot enroll because they make $18 ,ooo for a farp.ily of two, and the required income is $15,000." Last week the House of Representatives will consider and likely pass H .R. 1429, the Head Start Improvement Act of 2007. Castor will play an instrumental role in man aging floor debate as a member of the Rules Committee. The bill will : Improve teacher and classroom quali ty; Strengthen the focus on school readiness; Expand access; Increase accountability; Boost coordination; Strengthen comprehensive services; Increase the Early Head Start funding; Expand the reach of the program by allowing homeless children to enroll; .and put more emphasis on meeting the needs of children and fami lies with limited English pro ficiency. MOREHOUSE COLLEGE The Tamp a St. Petersburg College Alumni Association For tickets or additional information contact: Jetie B. Wilds 926-5679 Sonjia Little Books for Thought 10910 North 56th Street 13 988-6363

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==LOCAL== Blake Class Of 1967 Interim Class Meeting The reunion weekend is planned for June 22-24, 2007. Our next regular monthly meeting will be held on May 19th 4 p.m., at the Loretta Ingraham Center_ For more information, please call John Bowden at (813) 6oo-8859, Mary Forbes-Willjams at (813) 875-883o ''o r ':M:arfha Crouch (Dix) at (81 3 ) 49 3-4688. Se e y ou a t th e meet ing, Job Fair Targeting Persons With Disabilities To Be Held In Tampa May 17th ffifiYOR'S fllliHUCE fOR PERSOnS WITH OISHBIUTIES On Thursday, May 17, 2007, approximately 35 select area employers and hund_reds-of job seekers with disabilities will particiSpring Job Fair. This free event will take place from 9 a.m. until 12 p,m,, noon at the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance, located at 9215 North -Florida Avenue. tfie for Persons with Disab-il Job Fair is Tampa's largest job fair targeting job seek ers with various disabilities. Seventeen years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) nearly two-thirds of peopl e with disapilitie s are still unemployed. The Mayor's A).liance for Persons with Disabilities was founded in 1986, mak ing Tampa the first city in Florida to organize such a group. The Mayor's Alliance is an advisory and advocacy group that the interest of citizens with dis= abiiities. Fl; o :rida .. :_ Senti nel: -.--' ,_: ---!A.d've.rtlsers-Introducing Integrated Business Checking, only from Sun Trust. It's Free Business Checking and _Free Personal Checking, with free Check Cards for each account. Plus, you get Sun Trust's exclusive Online with free Bill Pay, so you can manage all your accounts in one simple yiew : Finally, all. the tools you need. All in one place. And all for Call800.259.5730, stop by your local Sun Trust branch, or visit suntrust.com/bizbanking for more information. \1,,. SUNTRUST Cash Management Business Financing Merchant Services Seeing beyond money *There are fees for exceeding stated transaCtions. cash processing, and night bags. Refer to the fee schedule for details. Online Cash Manager and Online Cash Manager Plus are not intended for use by commercial or institutional clients. which in general are deftned as companies with annual sales in excess of $10 million. Sunl}ust's Online Cash 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 additional information. You must have or open a business checking account to be eligible to enroll in Online Cash Manager Transaction and service fees may apply. ' Sun Trust-Bal'lk. 2007 Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust and Seeing beyond are registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc. OJ r-c;; :I: m 0 m < m ]J -< -f c m (JJ 0 )> z 0 :::0 0

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m ::: 11. z ti -I -I ::: m ..:.. w z i= z w U) a: g u.. CX) w CJ a;; ALL ABOUT YOU! LOCAL== 80s Babies Graduation Bash ANGELA JAMIESON, HAKEMIA JAMISON And CARLA HOLDEN Congratulations to Angela Jamieson, Hakemia Jamison and Carla Holden on their college graduations. Join them at their graduation bash on Friday, 5/11107 at Prince Hall, 1708 Columbus Drive. Homet Of The Month Congratulations goes out to Kevontay White, Black Boy, 1st grade student at B.T.W. for making Honor High Honor Roll 'and Student of the Month. -.. He spent Saturday at the skating rink with Bull, Keisha and Cookie; Sunday at. the pool with Trena, Popo, Kayla. lUld Cookie.. Words can't expres$ how proud we -are of good work Boy. We love you! _,...--,. . Cookie, Stank, Roach, Trena, Popo, and tThe Voit e .Of Our. Comniunitv 8_peakingifo r !ise"if" 1 I .. l. KEVONTAYWHITE : I,, '' ...... Happy 1st Birthday HEAVEN LUKE May 9, 2007 "Go Heaven, it's your birthday. Happy birthday to my #!little man, you are truly a blessing from heaven. We will be celebrating with family and friends at Fair Oaks Park at 2 p. m Saturday, May 12. From, Niqua, Bobbie, Grandma Yani and Soni. We love you. Morehouse College Glee Club To Perform On Mother's Day The renowned Morehouse College Glee Club will be in Tampa on Mother's Day, performing at the Blake High School Theater, 1701 N. Boulevard. The 4 p m performance is sponsored by the Tampa-St. Petersburg Morehouse College Alumni Association. For the past several years the Glee Club has been perform ing in Tampa. The Morehouse College Glee Club embraces an over 90-year tradition of musical excellence and achievement. The Glee Club has made appearances all over the country and appeared in sev eral prominent venues in the United States. In May, 2005, the club toured in the Bahamas. In 1987, David E. Morrow ( 1980) assumed directorship of the Glee Club. He was a prized student of Dr. Phillips Whalum, Sr. ( com monly known as 'Doc' ) and a scholar, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. Judge Perry A. Little (retired) said attending the Glee Club performance would provide a relaxing atmosphere for the afternoon on Mother's Day. For additional information or to secure tickets, which are $25 for adults and $10 for students, call (813) 926-5679 or (813) 503-2087. Tickets are also available at Books For Thought, 10910 N. 56th St. FAMU rampa Alum"i _-_.The. Tampa Alumni Chapter Florida A&M wtll meet Saturday, May 12, 2007, at Greater. Mf.-.Carmel AME; Church Fellowship Center, 4209 N. 34th St. For more information, contact the president, -Mary White Darby, (813) 231-2331. Main Street Music ---B-F -estival Auditions Auditions for the Main Street ,Music Festival will he held on Tuesday, May 16, 2007, 6 p.m. at Coach Riks CafE, 1718 N ; Albany Ave. Bring your own music. Festival dates are July 7th and 8th. For more information, call (813) 258-9796 or (813) 2701931. nr New 1-: Hor\e M 1 S S 10 NARY rn1 ili1 B APT 1ST 1-;;':. U R C H vVJnre l/Jt: JV!essagc t 111<{ 11.7t: Jvlissioll t!rC f)jpi11c E. Ellicott Street, Tampa, Fl 33610-Phone: (813) 236-3611 ., SUMMER CAMP =-=::.= May :-August 17, 2007 7:00 a.ni. ':__ 5:30 p.m. Ages 5 ""' 11 Years'. ... AR!S !& BIBLE STUDY, DANCE, FIELD TRIPS, FINANCIAL LITiiRACY, MUSIC, SIGN LANGUAGE, SINGING AND STEPPING : 1 .... : .. .. .... ; :' .. t ,,, ,. . Ages 12-15 Yeais Career Exploration -( : APPLY NOW! -SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

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SOCIAL EVENT -70th Birthday Celebrated Mrs. Lujean Bailey celebrated her 70th birthday recently with f amily a nd friend s at Maggionno s Restaurant at We stshor e M all. (Photos by Ricky Roberts) Tarsha Bailey-Mitchell and David and Latesa Bailey. Mrs. Lujean Bailey second from left, is shown with her sisters, from left, Lucil'le Dunn, Carrie Jones and Lizzie Adkins. THOMAS F. YOHO DDS, PA Dental Care For All Ages" Preventlon Extractions Whitening_ Cr()wns, Bric:Jges & Denture s ,.r ... <::. ': : . .. ... :; .. '. : : : : La:tJ. & -... De;igned < ; . :, '' m r-c;; ::::z: m c m < m :tl -< -t c m en c )> z 0 "T1 :tl c

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LOCAL c m (J) Ministry's Move Proves To Be A Blessing Lockhart Students Need Help To Participate In. c BY LEON B. CREWS In 2003, Glory To Glory Ministries opened the doors their church on North Street in Seminole Heights. According to their pastor, Aubrey Shine, at that time, the community embraced them. "The building had been in the community for more than so years, and had been vacant for almost 20 years "What changed after we moved in was more homeowners came into the and that's when the complaints started." Pastor Shine said the resi dents had a problem with the church's growth and were con cerned about where members were parking. That brought in city officials who later mined the building hadn't been zoned to occupy a church, and therefore had to be shut down. "We tried .to get the property rezoned, but the residents PASTOR AUBREY SHINE spoke out and h was denied," said Pastor Shine. "Then we had a problem with racist graffiti being sprayed on the side of the building The ministry subsequently moved into a hotel to hold ser vices Pastor Shine said the move cost them a lot of money. "Because of the way we had to leave, we lost between $38,ooo Dozen Roses Sp,ecial ........ I ( -Come Visit Our .NewlY : AnY Purcha.e In The Store : : IIIith Thts Ad : : Roses Not Included .. --------------.. ---.. -Medium Stem f40cmJ Assorted Colors Solid Colors One Dozen $29.97 Lon!! Stem fSOcmJ Assorted Qr Solid Colors One Dozen $SO.OO Remodeled Store In Beautiful llslan_(ll Flewerrs) 1520 E. 7th Avenue Ybor CifY f8I3J 24t-otoo r8ooJ 878-3990 DeliverY $8.50 (And UP OePendiiU! On Area) ($2.50 Ybor CiiY & $7.00 Downtown TamPa Call 813 241-0200 To UPdate Or Remove Your Address www.vborislandflowers.com We Do Weddinf:!s And Funerals and $52,000. It took us 3 months to find a new location National Competition 3: Q) 1\) c Pastor Shine said in November 2006, they moved into their current location at 5028 East wth Avenue in the Columbus Plaza, and since they reopened their doors, member ship has more than doubled. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter 0 An experience like this will -...J "The whole thing turned out to be a blessing. "The membership has grown so rapidly, we have to hold two Sunday services to accommodate everyone. We also offer free weekly tutoring and FCAT training for anyone who wants it Pastor Shine said they are looking to expand even further, perhaps into the St. Petersburg area. "We have free classes for eti quette teaching by profession als, and our children participate every sth Sunday with their own services. "We are a totally multi-cul tural congregation with 22 dif ferent ethnic groups. We offer weekly marital counseling to help build up the structure of our society, and we expect nothing but better things in the future." 10 An East Tampa elementary school needs the community's help to continue in a nationwide competition. Two teams from Elementary Magnet School located at 3719 N. 17th Street won 1st place at the Odyssey of the Mind State Competition last month. They are now try ing to represent Florida at the. World Competition held at Michigan State University on May 23rd_26th. The Odyssey of the Mind (OM) is a team competition for elementary, middle and high school students where they showcase their creative problem-solving "These kids are working extremely hard to put together as many fundraising activities as possible in the short turnaround time that they have," said Michelle Carmen, coach for the Lockhart's Odyssey of the Mind team. shape and change the lives of these students and e)llpower them with some great skills The teams consist of students between the ages of 9 and 11 years old. The students have been holding bake sales and car washes trying to raise the money to travel to Michigan later this month. While in Michigan, the students will attend a parade, and there will also be parties and prizes for each age group. "Any help that people can provide will be greatly appre. ciatEld. These kids have = shown lot of perseverance," said Carmen. "They've sh_own a lot of determination in their studies, and with the fundraising they've been to go to Michigan." Anyone interested in donat ing can make checks payable to Lockhart Elementary OM. For more information, please call the school at (813) 276-5727. John Brady Memorial Basketba II Tournament Twist Contest 12 HOOH City of Tampa Qlack History Committee Scholarship Awards Ceremony 1 P.m. Community Fashion Show 2 P.m. BookerT. Washington School Spelling Bee live entertainment by. Pocket Change Food, Fun & Prizes Fashioned Tourney (All Day) Pie Eating Races:-Scavenger H#nt ... Bingo, -Vendor opportunities still available, call (813) 274-5833: Saturday, May 12, 2007 a.m. -6 Perry Harvey Park, 1200 N. Orange Avenue.:. Downtown Tampa miR ... ... ._. ..... IU H. !c.. ; l 0 I IO.lUI,OMI _, "" ,... 0 .:0 5 > en m z ::! z m '='" m c ,... ,... m -1 z c ,-. en % m c m < m :0 -< -1 c m > z c "" :0 6

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SPORTS ' SPORTSIDE : WITH.IIANDY The Pretty Boy Defeats The Golden Boy It was another battle of the century It was a battle that was supposed to revitalize boxing It was a match that pitted the Pret.ty Boy aga inst the Golden Boy. The fight is over. It was a good fight, but not the match of the century and it didn't do much to revitalize boxing. The Pretty Boy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., beat the Golden Boy, Oscar De La Hoya in a split decision. When the fight was over the Pretty Boy was still pretty, and the Golden Boy, had been tarnished a bit. The fight was one of the richest fights ever, and good enough for a rematch In the end, it was Mayweather's speed, counter-punching and defense thatwon the fight. In the end, the match meant mo moriey, mo money and mo money! Tiger Woods Wins Again! Tiger Woods has played just six tournaments this year, and Sunday he won this third. The victory at the Wachovia propelled Tiger to the top of the Fed Ex Cups standings as well as the money lead While Tiger was trying to w i n last week's tournament, it was clear that he was preparing for the Player's Championship in Jacksonville next week Tiger hit his driver some, but relied on this three wood and irons off the tee to win the tournament by two strokes Vijay Singh, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia, Davis Love, Rory Sabbatini, Steve Stricker, Ernie Els, Adam Scott, Luke Johnson and Retief Goosen were among the golfers in the field chasing Tiger. The victory was Tiger's 57th on the PGA tour. The Keyshawn? In a shocking move, the Carolina Panthers cut Keyshawn Johnson. Now the question is whether or not this is the end of the road for Johnson's football career? I say that it is. Keyshawn is 35-years-old, and still expects to draw big bucks. What team will want to pay a 35-year-old wide receiver big bucks? Keyshawn became expendable when the Panthers drafted two wide receivers. Johnson has had a contro versial career. It may be over for him. Yankees Sign Roger Clemens The New York Yankees hurting badly for pitchers. Injuries have decimated their pitching. The Yankees got a boost over the weekend by signing veteran Roger Clemens. The big question is does the aging Clemons still have it. As bad as the Yankees pitch ing is, they have nothing to lose by investing in the Rocket. What Clemens has lost in skills he will make up in savvy. .,ayweather-De La Hoya Rematch Bout Possible -7 ed at his desire for a rematch M 'ayweather Jr. had be e n with Felix Trinidad -the looking forw ard to Sunday first fighter to beat De La morning for months He was Hoya in a controversial bout confid ent he would wake up a rematch with that day as an unbeaten, Mayweather would loom retired champion who could large to the proud fighter, take his four kids out for even though the second go-pizza in peace any time he round could never match the wished : drama or attention of the Mayweather said he was FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. first. done with boxing, content to vs. OSCAR DE LA HOYA "I'm going to be very smart retire at 30 after winning a about the De La competitive split decision over Hoya said. "I will go home Oscar De La Hoy a on weather might return to the and watch the fight and see Saturday night ih bqxing's ring after saying he had nothhow my movements were, biggest fight in ;years -and ing left to prove .in: sport? how my body reacted, and likely the lucrative fight Take a look at the slogan on analyze the situation. I'll wait .the back of the T-shirts for his and see. I'll analyze the whole are totaled. recording label, Phil thy Rich thing and think about it." Though neither fight .er par-Records: "If you don't like Boxing purists will dispute ticulady.hurt the other in an moliey,f'you do11't like us." the necessity of a rematch, eritertairlin g ; bout, the: Abso\uteiy nobody believes since Mayweather's athletic agah;i > .stamped Mayweather 'wjU tetire -::-:-. defense \Vas more than De La. 'May\\reat)ier's' skills as the not witl},.so much cash --to be Hoya could handle. After De . best.ofthis made from a rematch wHhDe. La lloya took a few early a ; l:ieii. to ihe bur:..' .La,:"' qtience since . than La flashes of ::;wo n1}eri n g 'vvhy .. M1ly? : W lj ough)1e already} \ as.)ijnt' -.. "-: .. _,:- o: ' I BEAUTY UNLIMITED JESIKA . This week's Beauty Unlimited Feature is sure to be a fan favorite. It is our pleasure to introduce Jesika. This is her first time grac ing our pages, but we're sure that it will not be her last. Jesika loves modeling, shopping and traveling. This gorgeous young lady says that she likes tall men who have a great' sense of humor. Congratulations to Jesika on being this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature, and we look forward to seeing more of her in the near T..\\IP..\ BAY 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct.14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov.4 @Seattle 4 : 15 p-:m.. New Orleans Saints ' 1:00 p.m St. Louis Rams _l:OO p.m; @ Carolina Papthers 4:05 @ indianapolis Colts 4:05 p.m. Tennessee Titans .. 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Woods At Less Than His Best Still Good At Wachovia CHARLOTTE, N.C. -Tiger Woods walked with a slight limp toward the 18th green. He was sore and hadn' t played his best, yet was minutes away from win ning for the ninth time in his last 12 PGA Tour events. Third-round leader Rory Sabbatini had bragged about wanting to be paired with Woods in the final group, but he, Steve Stricker and Vijay Singh couldn't catch him. It seems nobody can sore knee or not. Buoyed by an eagle on the seventh hole, Woods over came a doubl e bogey on 13 finishing with a 3-under 69 on Sunday for a two-shot win over Stricker at the C Wachovia Championship . a: "I felt like overall this week u.. C I didn't really have my best z stuff, but I putted great," said < Woods, who finished at 13-under 275 in his first tournaC merit sin ce he tied for second fa at the Masters: ''I made the ::: of putts, t-a: of ..... ..... ,.,from 2if. 1 n : .30 feet." :And 60 .feefA.fter':narrowly sing :with his at' t.he cseventh, TIGER WOODS Woods rolled in the long eagle attempt to get to 13unci.er -and take the lead. He then birdied the eighth and ninth for a 31 on the front nine, moving to 15-under and taking a three-shot lead at a windy Quail Hollow. Normally, that would be it for the world's No. 1 player. But Woods, struggling off the tee,dropped into a tie for the lead when he hit a 4-iron into the. rough and then threeputted the 13th while Stricker 15 ahead of him. .. . fiiD-Ired I just let many .. guys back in-the toi.nnB:nient, gave thE!m a shot of momentum;" said .. ::: Q. --__ Gatl-ln-Has Tryout z "i= w ...I ,..:J ::: Dl ...:.. w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...1 u.. TAMPA Olympic 100-meter champion Justin Gatlin, facjng a track and field of up/ to eight years -for a drug test last summer; is trying .to la1mch a career in pro foot _ball as receiver with the -Tampa Bay BuC'caneers. "If[his speeP.l can transfer to football, you have a real threat," Bucs coach Jon Gruden said. "If it can't, then it won't work." JUSTIN GATL;IN_, '1-',_ -1-Gatlin, who-is participating in t_he rookie minithis weekend, said pe last played football during his freshman year at Tennessee. He then concentrated on track, winning the IOQ 'metE)rs at the 2004 Athens' oh-'iripics and equaling th e 'w.Q.rid _record of Jamaicli's'Asafa Powell at team to bring him in for a 9.77 :. formal workout. The team to will decide after 'this weekbe} o';tiin didn't end. V.:hether to sign Gatlil! conie here. ofi: my -high horse, and bring him back for the all mighty: ana 'saying give club's next mini-camp. li'lo"cke' r -and let me do what I want'to do. I'm starting 'the ground up, and io::t that's where I. want 'to start." Gatlin said he worked out with Ar!zona and Houston: if The Bucs have been tlie SPORTS Emma Culpepper Dead At 92 OCALA--E m m a Culpepper, the adoptive mother of M i a m i Dolphins quarterback Daunte Culpepper, has died She '---'====...., was 92 DAUNTE Daunte CULPEPPER Culpepper told The Associated Press his adoptive mother died at her home in Ocala on Saturday. The ca:use of death was not knoyvn, but Daunte Culpepper said she suffered from disease. He said Emma Culpepper raised as m!lny as 15 -chil_ dren none of whom was bio :_' logically hers. "She was basically just on a mission always to help people. Anybody that touched her l ife, she was always trying fo better them," said Daunte Culpepper, who has been slowed by 2005 knee surgery. "She instilled Sapp ShOW$ Up At Raiders' Camp 50 Pounds Lighter ALAMEDA, CA -JaMarcus Russell's size was much less of a jolt for many _of the Oakland Raiders than the sight of Warren Sapp. The formerly bulky Sapp arrived at minicamp this weekend looking like a scaled-down version of himself, dropping nearly 50 pounds since the end of last season and weighing only about 25 pounds more than Oakland's rookie quarterback. "He looks funny, doesn't he," defensive end Derrick Burgess said. "Looks good though I like what he did for himself. That should add about six more sacks to it I bet." Sapp did just fine at his old weight of 334 pounds, record ing 10 sacks in his most pro ductive season since 2000 and anchoring a defense that was the only strength fo.r the Raiders during a difficult 2-14 season Raiders' coach Lane Kiffin says Warren Sapp (R) i's down to 285 pounds, just 25 more than rookie QB JaMarcus Russell. Sapp wouldn't disclose how much weight he lost but coach Lane Kiffin said his star defensive tackle was down to 285 pounds from 334 fate last season . some great values in me and. let me know it's not where .at, vvhere ... But he still speiit the --':.".:: down and.; is asB. -_. ds Hl_ t 8 iight as he;s been:.-fri -years. -on .,. .. "He looks fast out here, he_ 's around. Obvio_usly we're extremely pLeased where. he's at right nbw ," Kiffjn said. "He haq told us a number of times how hardche wa$ workiQg in. Flori4a> ..... o ri -. h d 1 __ 1_: ; <,,,;-;-{' -SAN FRANCISCO Barry Bonds hit his 744th career home run Saturday, moving within 11 of Hank Aaron's record of 755-. Bonds led off the second -inning and sent the first pitch from Phillies starter Jon Lieber over the fence in center fot his ioth homer of the year' The San Francisco connected for the fifth time in -his ca .reer Lieber._ The 42-year-old Bonds rounded the bases to cheers as "7 4:4" on the score board. Manager Bruce Bochy waited until Bonds arrived at the ballpark Saturday morning to write the seventime NL MVP into the lineup against Lieber. The solo shot gave Bonds 1,952 career RBis, inoving him past Stan Musial and into sole possession of fourth place on the all-time RBI In addition, Bonds moved into a tie for third place on all-time list for runs scored with Aaron and Babe Ruth with 2,174. sc u e -. 9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. -5:30P.M. Saturday 9 A.M .:_:t tyl. (813) 985. 0033 .. Fax: . Low Rates Friendly You're A-OK \Vith Us DUI Friendly, . -'' Hardship Suspended Ljcense;,. : State Filing :' .. OwP,ers an4 ... . ,, 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up Latex Flat White $5.99gal. Oil Outside White Paint .... : ... $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set .................... ea. 3" Brushes ................................ .-99 ea. SALE PRICES COOD. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS._AD. ONLY!! l ,

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Your Futurescope TAURUS (Apr. 21-may 21) Look Listen and learn. Someone may be trying to offer you valuable advice be open to receive it. Singles you may have the opportunity to meet some one new Dress for the occasion with your usual style. Affirmation: In the storms of the day I find comfort inside myself. -GEMINI (May n:..June 21) You are in a peak of excellence. Share your wisdom with other seekers All who receive your word will benefit today. Happiness rules! Don't waste a moment of this perfect day on any negative t houghts Affirmation: I calm my emotions by forgetting abqut the past. . CANCER (June n-July i2) This morning the-vibrations pqjnt you toward communicat-. ing -with your dearest friend. It will be easy to say the werds you've been wanting to say, and there is a wonderfully high chance that your pa_rtner will f_irially hear your message th. e w a y you want it heard -Affirmation: Cooperation with key to success for me today. VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) Putting the world back in balance is your chore today. Cheerfulness has been a little lower on the scale than it should be. You can spread it around lav ishly today. Give some to everyone. The more you give the more you ll get. Affirmation: All that I need is within me. LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) Your vibes are calling to you today to think fondly of all the love you are now giving and have given. Love itself makes you a better you. So act the fool and love with all your big sunny self. if things get stressful repeat your magic word to yourself: LOVE' Affirmation: I let my instincts light my way tOday. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-.Nov. 2.2.) Quit rushing around You quently help others so why are you troubling over asking for the help you need today? 'Ask and when you receive say Thank You! You are blessed with many supportive friends. Affirmation: I change the way I look at business today . 0 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 21) LEO (July 23-Aug 2.2.) Your mate has a sweet surprise. Push. Now i.s a good time to He or she might be a little timid push. Your energy is higher than _ about revealing jt unless you ever. Someorte might get offend" ._ present a very receptive mood. ed, but you can't please every-Choose your words carefully. one. Hire a pro for something You will receive good news to do yourself, about a loah or financial invest-if a expertise ment. f iivolved. . Affirmation: !let my words Affirmation: This day is a gift reveal the truth tha_, t I deserve. about_"!ybeing: CAPRICORN (Dec 2.2.-Jan. io) A new, different approach to an old difficulty comes suddenly into view. Why not give it a try? If it feels uncomfortable the first time, don't give up. It may only be that you need practice at this new method Affirmation: I reward mysel with high opinions of myself. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) Matters relating to health need attention. Prevention is more valuable than cure Rest and eat well today. Your stress will be lowers by knowing that you do not have to fix a relationship that has gone sour. Feel strongly your inde,pendence and your abil ity to travel alone. Affirmation: I let time bring me the answer to a current prob lem PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Strong vibrations make for a series of dramatic interactions with others today. Practice you r art with your heart, and let your energy carry you upwards 'to your best, highest self. l
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0 Ll. 0 z c( ENTERTAINMENT . lated Stage Sex So much for those TV spots f ea turing Akon w a tchin g h i s own Verizon W i reless V C ast. The c ommunicat i ons com pany s evered t i es with the Senegalese singer F riday a fter video surfaced that s ho w ed him simulating sex o n stage with a 15-year-old girl. "This week the partnership ended," Verizoii said in a st11tement to Fox News . "We have music s ervices on our cell ph011e service and we were promoting him as ; one of the artists. The other part of the sponsorship was the. Gwen Stefani tour, of which he was an opening act. We are no longer the tour." AKON infamous video, click here: http://www .drulyinotion.com/ yiCleo/xlr5u3 akon-trinidad. Eva Cha1gad With Drunk Driving EVE Things just got serious for rapper Eve in Los Angeles. The former Ruff Ryder had a rough ride of her own Qn April 26 when she crashed her gold Maserati into a ter divider on Hollywood Blvd. and was arrested at the scene. Def Jam was busy Friday trying to squash rumors that Jay-Z was involved in a crash while en route to Saturday's Mayweather-De La Hoya fight in Las Vegas. Apparently ; someone contacted gossip Web site TMZ com and reported that the rap mogul was on a four seat propeller p l ane whenit crashed in the Smoky Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina Def Jam has called this report "false." However, TMZ did confirm that three unidentified men were on a plane that crashed near Asheville, but Jay-Z was not among the passengers . made it to the fight in one piece, joining other celebrities Nicholson, Jollnson, Did,dy, JAY-Z Jim Carey, Will Farrell, Helen Mirren, her husband, Taylor Hackford, Mary J. Blige,' Jennifer Lopez and hubby, Marc Anthony, who sang the Na:tiona!'Anthem. Mayweather won the fight a split decisiori .and has vo\\' ,ed .tO 0 en w :::t 1-During an April 12 concert in Trinidad, announced a "dance contest" that featured a grand-prize trip to Africa. Danah Alleyne ; the 15-year-old daughter of a pastor, won the "contest" -but prize "I got carried away," Alleyne said in a public apology la,si month after a locai TV station aired the footage. "I' started dance, as well, but I never thought it was going to be like that. i was shocked My head was hitting the floor." Verizon said they have remoyed Akon's featured On Friday, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office charged her with dri. ving under the with registering a blood alcohol limit in excess of 0.08 percent, and not showing proof of insurance. She is scheduled to be arraign,ed on May 17. Earth Wind & Fire Launch To_.r w > w was not a trip tO' Africa. ririgtones, as: well as music Akon -announced that he and artwox:k from Akon's was and platinum-selling album to simulate multiple sexual Konvicted, from Verizon positions with the girl as the Wireless stores and handcrowd cheered. To see the sets Authorities would not say what her blood alcohohead-Earth, Wind & Fire recently kicked off a fresh set of dates to promote its latest album, Illumination," released in 2005 with proQ w :X: en :::i m :::t n. 2: i= w ...1 ...1 :::t m ing was, however, TMZ. com duction from such talents as go s .ou( c e last.-v.,:..;1'h .. : 1 Saa':l> : .,.,., :'-JJ' am. ' ,. -' '.. ''' we e k whcf said '11er .. double the legal limit McKnight and the team of ""'""'""EAR""-"''-TH-"' WIND & FIRE-Tyler Perry In Need ..... Of Great Singers The 28-year-old artist, Jimmy Jam and Terry born Eve Jihan Jeffers, is Lewis I ..J w . -. facing probation of three to The group's next stop is in five years, a minimum fine Tampa, on May 10 and the of $390 and an alcohol treat-Atlantis.' Resort in the BIG ANNOUNCMENT .... . Okay, so everywhere I go peow pie are always '!isking me, en "'.tYler, I get in one C of your plays, movies or even oil : g.. 'So here's what I've decided Ll. to do. You know that I love gieat . arid most ofthe ment program Eve's fourth album, Here I Am," is due for release on Geffen Records sometime in the coming months, led by 'the current single, "Tambourine. The CD includes production by Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, Swizz Beatz and Storch. with are ; are. a SiNGER I : Y;,-..1\i:; poetry, .. 'SiNGERs:;_ONLYf . . of'one .. it takes tO oe 'in. one of : : The contElst de.adline is : my htjr' e 'is. :_ ' I May 18; 200'7 we must needJodo. . . ; : (no >. . .. .. ha:ve eJI in by then Please follC?w ... EkY()u,are. the only one that arid they will : not be accepted : tioris Very carefully because ... can be'ori tJie :Video;' . after that date ; . we have sefa system in place. 7. The video must be in All of the best videos will SO you have to follow them to .. either VHS tape forinat or be reviewe((by me personal the letter. DVD 8. Mail the video via ly. The top ten will be invit .1. Send a video of you regular US Mail. No Fedex, ed to Atlanta for the final singing one song; . No UPS, Noregistered mail. competition w}lere all ten 2. The song sung a The mailing addres$ to send contestants will get a chance cappella:._no music, no the niall tois: to compete.Everyone will .track_ s, n.o _bah_d-J'ust your TYLE. R . PERRYS,.,.,TniOS 1 t h t t .. . .q.1p a so ge a c ance o vo e voice. PMB. 122, online at TylerPerry.com in 3 . Before you :start to sing ATLANTA'ClA 80318. . )he upcoming weeb. the song yo\i must say your WILL: Thisjs going to be FUN!!! ; full name; phoite n\t i'fiber and N OT BE IU!l.TURNED TO Okay, let me hear from you. : age / >: .. : ).>:'. .. By the way I DQ N(lT \ m\lSt years or NO FEDEX OR REGIS-HAVE A MYSPACE PAGE. co TERED MAILONLY REGU'fbe pnly :way to get 'to me': is sihg LAR'"MA:tL,> ( . ,. ol { 'riJ,f. either:,: rroin "' and ; ()r one,,of.mymovJe,s. may on a: live taping, > sageboa-Td ; .. :_. !;c_-,; . Bahamas on Ml;ly 12, .Then' it's off to Hawaii for a couple of concerts 'before EWF returns to the continental US. for in Atlantic City and _.,. Bay Pei?o iinin. g Arts Center on-Tin.irsday, May 10tlr. . '----..... .

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.. ____ ..... -...... :;; .. ., _,.., ..... __ _..4 .. ... _ ... ---.. .ot"' :: ':..,.-!:: r :::11;: :J :r. r= ;,x ,.s;.s. r::.;;; a :oc.,._x.-.GIOIC&1 g;;;: c m =========== NATIONAL =========== Ray Williams MR. NEEDHAM MCKINNEY, JR. . I Mr. .of Tampa, passed away Friday, May 4, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted May 11, 2007, at. u a. ni. at Fellowship -Church, 4811 Ehrlich Roa:d, Reverend Arthur T. Jones, Senior Pastor,: with Reverend Matthew James, officiating. Interment 'will follow in Rest Have_ n ..Memorial Park . . .. . . ': GARRICK B. FISHER, SR. May9, 1971-July 15, 2002 On your birthday we remember you and the life we 'share together. We all love you very much. Your mother, Shirley Fisher Best,. sons, family and friends. Mr. Needham McKinney, Jr. was_ born 4pril 2Q; 1948, in : t o Jlf-e'ec:I.hani r Irma Lee McKinney.. . .. --Upon the death of moth" er at the l\ge qffive, Needham was sent to. live With his great aurit in. Orlando, and was educated there. . E4ST$1DE . FUNERAL HOME Mr. Gerald D ; Decker, 5701 E. Columbus-Drive. Ms. Sandra L. Hayner, J450 Palencia Drive. Mr. Edward K. Jordan, 1508 W. North B Street. Filfds F!arents Dead In : Bedroom HOUSTON --A old child found hisparents dead in an apparent murdersuicide a north f foustori home, officials told KPRC Local2. Houston police said the child found Kendra Brooks, 20, and .Ailthony Mack, 21,. dead in a bedroom of a home in the 1200 block of Homer .Stree.t: at .. about 12:15p .m. Investigators said Brooks and Mack were living with Mack's parents and had recently beeri arguing Brooks was asked to leave the home after an argument on Thursday, police said. Mack allowed her back into the home on Friday night or 'Saturday morning after onciling, investigators said, Relatives said they had discussed getting their own 'ap a rtmerft. _ Detectives-said Brooks a nd Mack suffered gunshot wounds to their heads. Police. are working to determine which person was the shooter. The couple's child was not physically injured years,. lte wa,s DireCtor of.Environmerital Sliriners' 'iitispital the same pQ_slti9,q Jte wo' rked until his d eath on May 4, 2007". EVERETT DERR RAY WILLIAMS .. f\icKinney; grandson, Byron Ms. Loleeta Brown, 5 '007 -W d Mr. Jasper Harris, 4018 -ea ver, Jr.; sisters an 86th Street. brothe'rs; B f erid'a East Idlewild Avenue. HARMON Carolyn McKinney; Freddie Williams, Calvin Williams, R.o:osevlt McKimiey, Patricia Ha,ynes; neph.ews. and "of;' li) Y Haydee Rosa, Plant City. ingdev<)fed"'cti'Q.;1 H i1s' tother' sa:ndra Kirkland Waters, relati1tesltndfliertds ;J/ : c > Tampa. 'wl.Ji Levan Witherspoon, (roritA-8 p. m:, Thursday; -Pasadena. .2007, at Ray WilliainsFuneral Home, 301 MORNING GLORY ]iJ:)ioward Ave. and 10 a. m;, F .UNE RAL c HAP E L F)'iday morning untilseniic < _-:< -BiblejBa S 'ed :.--:. . Mr.. Joseph Cox, jr,;.i.Ji13 E . THERE WILL BENO VIEW 32rid Avenue, Tampa . ING AFrER THE EULOGY. -... 'Mr. Pedro Islas Hernandez, Arraiigemertts entrusted to 1531 University Woods Place, R4 Y WILJ...lAMS F:UNERA_I,. ' C ; : ; : .HOME, RJio(Ie's & Mrs. Erstine .Jackson, . . B. Harmon 46u> s. Tampa :.of'<:' f S r.;t Mr. Robert Waters; 4104 E. Hawpbrey ... Street, T;tmp.a, Mr. Aaron Dennard, Tampa. Mr. Marcus Johnson, Tampa. Mr. Needham McKinney, Jr., Tampa. Rev. Joseph Washington, Sr., 5205 79th Street. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Franklin Howell, Tampa. Mr. Garrett Lee Johris, 3618 N. 23rd Street, Tampa. Ms. Mattie Johnson, Tampa. Mrs. Ida Jones, 7901 Allamanda Avenue, Tampa. Mrs. .Helen Martin, 6403 Oran Street, TaJilpa locc:Unews edu cat'ion -. . . ,reHgiqn. business health $ports family in the Florida Sentinel 8i3-248-1921 .=en 0 }< . :l: .. ---: .... .-.. _, .... ;._,_, !11.. Jor t w o mal.e. teenagers mvol vedm Police say 4i-year-old Reginald Isaac Johnson was tryirig o to breakup a fist fight between his three .teenage children and """' two othrfeims \.yhen the shooting occurred .. _.: Authorities believe he stepped in between the and one of his children in order to save them from being shot. Police said Johnson had moved with hisfamily to the southwest Houston apartment complex from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina He was pead after being taken to a hospital. overseas on Tuesday, "Spider-Man 3': has taken in $227 million in foreign markets, bringing the film's worldwide total to $375 million. In just days ; movie has gross ed 1$117 million more than its whopping $258 million production budget. Always Dependable & Reliable MONALIS ... MONUMENTS (813) 810-0301 Fax (813) 242-4194 3202 East Blvd. Tampa Serving The Tampa Bay Area For Over 24 Years All aAOTHIR'S GRAPH::I _CS: -. 1248 Hillsborough SuU.e#206

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Q 0:: 1L Q z c( >-U) w t-w it Q w :::E: en :::i m a. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en c( c 0:: 0 ..J 1L OC) .... s 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 datea March 9, 2006 and further by Court order, entered in Case No. 05-10826 (E) of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial C i rcuit in and for Hillsborough 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 TONY A GOMEZ as assignees of CITY FIRST MORTGAGE CORP., are the Plaintiffs and YOUR PLACE, LLC ; OLD REPUBLIC NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY and UNKNOVIIN PERSONS IN POSSESSION at 802 East Laurel Street, Tampa Florida 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 descnbed property as set forth. in said Final Judgment, to wit: LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lots 3 and 4, Block 23, less right of way and together with beginning at Northeast corner 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 400, West 8 .88 feet to a point on east boundary thereof thence North 0, 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 Hillsborough County Florida ail lying and being in Section 13, Township 29 South Range 18 East. (Folio #193q26 0000). Lot 1, less road right of way, Block 9 Emery & Simmons Addition to Tampa accOrding to the map or plat thereof as recorded i n Plat Book Q Page 596, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida (Folio #193069-0000) The East 46 feet. of Lot 2, Block 9, EMERY & SIMMONS ADDITION TO TAMPA, aecording to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book a Page 596, of the Public Records of Hillsbor?ugh County, Florida (Folio #193071-0000). 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 wn: HIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. "In accordance with the Americans w ith 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 Day of April. 2007. PAT COLLIER FRANK AS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough County, Florida By: sf SANDRA GLENNON 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 Friday@ 3 :00p. m . Friday Edition-Tuesday@ 3:00p. m Professional Property Management Services RFP# FY2007 -02 Housing tluthority REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES "ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY (ALF)' In accordance with the U S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460 8 REV-1, Florida Statutes -and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) pursuant to the laws of the State of Florida with a principal address of 1529 W. Main Street, Tampa, Florida formally requests competitive proposals from qualified responsible firms interested in providing Professional Property Management Services for the Palm Terrace Assisted Living Facility (ALF) Section A-Submittal of Proposal Proposals shall be received until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa Fl time) on Wednesday. May 16, 2007 at 1529 W. Main St., Suite 213, Tampa Fi 33607 Proposals received after this date and time will be rejected Copies of this Request for Proposal are avai lable electronically by contacting the Contracting Office at 813-253-0551, ext 317 or by pick-up at the above mentioned address Bidders are required to submit One (1) original and five (5) cop i es of their proposal. Ail proposals are to be sent to: Tampa Housing Authority ATTN.: Mr Nicholas Dickerson. Contracting Officer 1529 W Main Street, Suite 213 Tampa, FL 33607 All questions regarding this RFP must be suqmitted in writing to the attention of Mr Nicholas Dickerson, contracting Officer Written inquiries may be submitted either by fax to (813-258-1044) or by email to nicholasd@thafl.com INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for INSTALLATION OF GYMNASIUM LIGHTING AT ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL will be received by the School Boa r d of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until3:00 PM, Tuesday. May 22. 2007. (The mailing address is P. 0 Box 3408, Tampa Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 3 : 00 PM of the above date Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purqhasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. There will be a 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. BID 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 information regarding bidding documents and other information may be obtained from the Engineer : Ariston Greenlees, Inc. 1315 West Fletcher Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 (813) 963-1919 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 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 07006486 DIVISIONC Jareen Sherman Petitioner And Arlington Sherman Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Arlington Sherman Address Uflknown 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 S _herman, 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 33602, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, 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 of your current address (You may fil e 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 dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the 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 voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated April18, 2007 PAr FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUR By : /s/ BRENDA DUDLEY DEPUTY CLERK FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS .. CALL @ (813) 248-1 .921 FA X ( 813) 248-9218 . OR EMAil ledwards@flsentinel.com

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.:. Tampa h Housing ftuthorihj Contracting & Procurement RFP# FY2007 -03 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR EMPLOYEE B ENEFITS PROGRAM CONSULTANT 1. Introduction In accordance with the U .S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-1, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) formally request compe_titive proposals from qualified, responsible, certified firms or individuals interested in providing Employee Benefits Program Consultant Services . -Proposals shall qe until 3:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) pn Thursdav. Mav 25. 200.7 at 1529 W. Main St,"Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607 Proposals received after "this date and time will be rejected. Respondents are required to submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of tbeir All are to be sent to: . The Tampa Housing Authority ATIN: Mr Nicholas Dickerson, Director Contracting & Procurement f529 W. Main St. Suite 213 Tampa, FL 331507 .this RFP may be directed to Mr. Martin Williams ; Hu_ m(!h Resourees at (813) 253-0551. Ext 170 or Nicholas Offlcer at 8 _13/2. 53-0551, ext. 109 . INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids fo r furnishing of all labor and materials and performing all rk necessary and incidental t() the construction of 2007 Water, IW:1st1!watter, and Drainage Improvements Project at Eight Various School Site$, Will be received by the School Board of Hillsborough County, .. .,;, .. th'e of th!;l Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor Sch Anrninic:.triotiv .. Center. '901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida (The mailing address is P 0 Box Florida 33601 ) Bids will not be accepted after 3:00 PM of the The S .chool Administrative Center is will be required to obtain a niiin"r'foitntenrln the building. A photo identification biddin g documents and other may obtaitled"'trom the Engineer. . Associates, Inc. 'Keith Eiachmann, P.E. Drive, Palm Harbor, FL 34685 Phone (727) 781 :>.. c'' >Fu(727)781-1112 e:mail a ddress PUBtrCA TtOff DEADLINES: Friday @3:00P.M. F[iday Ed{tion, tuesday@ "This Is It" Licensed, Motivated And Professional Stylists Are Invited To Grow With Us. Call Jay (813) 458-0711 Don't Wait! START IMMEDIATELY National Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Ambitious Career Minded People Full Training, FT/PT $5k $8k P er Month 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0251 LALS Inc. Live-In Caregiver Wanted Weekend ca regiver Fri ?p .m.-Man 7 a.m Phone (813) 377-5574 Or Fax Resume (813) 672-1659 alockhartprovider@yahoo.com I FREE Rent! AVON To Buy Or Earn, Very Small Investment. Now With More Options To Earn More Money (813) 832-4282 Deshongg@verizon.net 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 PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED A B Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred -_ Tired Of Being Broke? Call (813) 310-3434 Attention Drivers SE Local/Regional Runs Home Weekends Some Weekdays! Drive New Equipment!!! BC/BS Florida's Premier Flatbed Carrier COL-A Required 1 Year Experience 877-838-2378 Ext 2'70 www.gotdt.com NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7 .-3 $10.00 $11 .00 3 -11 $11.oo $1fP9 .. __ Great Benefits 401-k,:_>-. Raise ]fi'J.\pril -=--: .. 7.: t_. -,., ,-,c .. -. Looking 4 Live lr1 Person To Run Home Daycare Must Have 30 Hours Day Care, 5 Hour Literacy, CPR-first Aide For Children _Full Time positlcin-: .. :.-Worknvironment >' LTC . . . -;,, . ;r_;,,,,;-If Interested Call (813) Ask For Te Apply Jr_l Person 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Appl y ln_:Persq_t( -. Delta HealttFCare ,, 1818 E: Fletcil"er MV Transportation, a rapidly pass enger ''transportation provider and leader in the industry, is now offering exciting opportunities for persons interested in becoming a part of our customer focused company. MV will be operating a new service under contract with Hartline transporting persons in the greater Tampa and surrounding areas, including Brandon, Temple Terrace and Seffner. If you are interested in being part of a team providing a valu able service to the communitylook no further! All Applicants Must Be 21 Or Older AVAILABLE POSITION S Drivers Dispatchers Class A Maint. Techs COL Preferred! Paid Training Provided! Classes Forming Now! For More Information Call: David Siedentopf 859-803-533 7 .www.mvtransi-t.co m ,An Equal Opportunity Employer Must Have A Strong Work Ethic And Desire To Help People Must Have An_ Excellent Driving Record Must Be Able To Pass A Drug +Alcohol Screen And Backgrountl Check We Offer: A Positive Work Environment Opportunity For Growth And Advancement Wage And BenefltPack&geiJ Drivers Start At S11.76/hour Full Time Benetlts Avalhible, Including Medlc111, Paid Holidays, Vacation, And Life Insurance $200 Yearly Safety BPl\US, c: m C/) c 3: ?< ()Q N 0 0 ...., "T1 r 0 ::0. 0 )>_ "'D c: tD c: m C/) c ?< .)> z c "T1 ::0 6 ?<

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c rx: LL c z <( c en w ::J 1-. w > w c w :::t: en :J m ::J D.. z i=' w ;..I ;.J ::J m Nurses Aide Needed 2 Hours In Morning 2 Hours In Evening $8.00 Per Hour Female P_referred 7 Days Per Week Call 813-236-4816 CHILDCARE Now Hi ring Full-Time & Part-Time Teachers For Infants Toddlers And Pre-K Morning & Afternoon Shifts Available Call 813) 903-0090 EAST TAMPA JOB FAIR Thurs.dCIY : May 1Oth, 2007 10:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. 1200 East Lake Avenue Ragan Park Friday May 11th, 2007 10:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. 2S07 East Lake Avenue 5908 Palm River 4 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Completely Renovated New Electr ical, Plumbing CHA, Also New Roof $155 000 ca11 (813) 621-7493 HUD HOMES 4/2-$294/Month 5/3-$505/Month! 5% Down 20 Years 8% For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext. S7 48 River Grove Area $165,000 New Home Being Built 3/2/1 -1 500 Sq. Ft. 5 5% Interest Rate $908 00/Per Month No Down Payment No C l osing Cost No Credit Needed 1st Time Home Buyer Program Welcome But Not Needed Call (813) 270-1188 RENT TO OWN LOWDOWN PAYMENTS First Time Home Buyer's Own Your Own i=_ ., ._ ... _-f:iome Today!!! t : .. Licensed ffealtor--. Newly Renovated Home Run Real Estate Inc. Quiet Dead End Street 'ii . . i g : www.dauxfloridahomes.com u.. : Find put.HOINMuch Home YouQualify For . .. calfLaura Williams . . Group Fa'st Fritmdiy Pro{esslonal Service . Search All The Current Listings Free At wv.iw:realtormikewilliams.com Mike Williams : Slgnature ; Realty Associates .,_ (li13f731-7283 _-! . I Many To Choose From Call Jeremy (813) 29 .8:..9325 Office Located In YborCity House For Rent 4 Bedrooms/1 Yz Bath 8 Aceepted .. : .. ::, : -..... .. .._ _ .. ,_; :.;. . :' 370G N ; / 55th : Street . for Rent ? Bath CHA, Fer:tce4 Yard $850.00/Molithly .. ,\,, ... Or 1 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available Locations All Over Tampa Low Security Deposits CALL 813-600-5090 WNVV.REALPROPERTYWORX COM Belmont Heights Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bth Home CHA Large Yard Washe'r/Dryer Hook-Up Section 8 Accepted $1 ,1 00/Month ly Call (813) 215-1951 $294/Monthlyl 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Foreclosure! 5% Down 20 Years@ 8% APR For Listings 800-366-9783 R592 Section 8 Welcome 2 Homes For Rent 8415 N. 18th Street 3/1 6502 N. 34th Street 3/2 Call 813-766-7540 8217 North Hillsborough Lane 3 s : e drdomstts-a th Large Fenced-In Yard Carpet. Nice Area Sulphur Springs $900 00 Section a Welcome (813) 361-0344 Newly Renovated 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $1,300.00/Monthly $250 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Please Call (813) 382-2718 For More Information .' ---=-.. . HomeForRent Section 8 Welcome 4416 BookerTDrlve 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath . Utility Room + Room $750 00/Motithly : + Deposit Call (813)238-3004 239-1815 Tampa ... lghts 209 W Home For Rent Historical Area 3805 Palmetto Street Section 8 Welcome Call Rudy (813) 361-0197 Sulphur Springs 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Cent ral Heat & Air Fenced $1, 000 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 5 Bedroom Bank Foreclosure! $63 600! Only $505/Mon t hly! ; 5% Down 20 Years At8% APR For Listings . Ext. H489 RECEIVE A GIFTCARD HOME FOR RENT/W OPTION TO BUY 3/1 + BONUS ROOM FRESH PAINT TILE NEW CARPET QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD LARGE BACK YARD CALL (813) 735-5456 EZ Money!!! From May 10-17 Sleep Over Night References Will Be Needed ,. Call (813) 621-9.447 Temple Terrace Area Very Nice Condo 2 Bedrooms/1 : 5 Bath $750.00 Per Month Background Check Required -J''; fi l' 'd m:' 'I Please Call (813) 624-5625 Home For Rent 1 Bedroom With Living Room, Paid Water &Cable : -.;$540 00/M()Iltl)ly .... Progress 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath . Fenced, WDH : Carport+ Utility Room $1,100.00 Monthly $1,100 00 peposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 451-9624 North Tampa 2 Bedrooms/2 Bath Town home Central Heat/Air W/DHook-Up, No Pets Section 8 ;0nly Call (813) 949-3482 EBPM Corp-oration USF 2 Bedroom Townhoirie .Vaulted Ceiling, ca,Pet; A/C, WID HC)Ok-up, Patio water Included < "' .. $725.00 Call (813) 220-3633 Never Rant Buy 3 Bedrooms $13,oooi 5 ses3,6oor , HUD Homes Now!. .. -For Ll$tings ,\' 800 .. :$. 66-9783 'Ext : ... Ready May Now 6217 47th Street 2 Bedro'oms . -A/G W/D Hook-UP, Tile $775 00/Rent Section 8 Welcome .. -. Call (813) 626-0331 ApartmenF .. '"''"f"'::',; 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths Located lo Brandon : -TC'f'Atr'"c & n v enienc e Private Backyard ,:... r"\. I Section 8 Welcome (8 13) BUSCH GARDENS AREA Section 8 Welcomell Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Central AC, Tile Floors, New Appliances ; Ceiling Fans $625 00/Month Very Low Deposit! Water & Trash Included!!!! 813-244-:7435 -.. ,--,. s emlnol&f{eights ,-_: ; -Seniors 62it. ... For: 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartnients cc)n.ratfett : A(x:ess, Librar}t : And ComnwoitY Room -WdhAdiviti8s ... BEtautiful titndstaped :. ; . cornmonitJ: . Speeial Accessibility For Hearing and 'Sight Impaired . Well Served ; By ..... PubliC. . tnoome Restricted . :_: : : ':..: .' ;"':. : ;" office@' .:: .. . . (8, 13) 231.;77oo Oaksatrivervlew@veJizon.net . .... . .

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1 & 2 Bedrooms Available University Area Low Security Deposits Call 813-600-5090 Wo/INI/.REALPROPERTYWORX. COM -Ybor City 3015% N. Sanchez Street (Off 21st Avenue) 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear Apartment. $400.00/Month $400 00/Deposit +Last Month Rent Includes W S,G (813) 980-3789 1105 E. Bird Street Neat And Clean 1 Bedroom $450.00/Monthly $200 00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call (813) 298-8245 3/28603 & 8605 N 15th St 2/11 0001 N Annette St 2/2804 E Linebaugh St. Section 8 Welcome Call 813-766-7540 Section 8 Perlerred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors, Large Yard WID Hook-Up .... :.:: ... .-.. ;=< : '' _?:-: .:' Busch Area : I ..... 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath W/D Hook-up Kitchen 8ection 8 Welcome Call (813) Or (813) 503-0493 US!= Area Duplex 1 Bedroor'n/1 Bath New tile & Paint New Appliances $6oo : ootMonthly 2102 Palmetto Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility Room With Washer & Dryer Hook-up Water Included $725 00/Monthly Call (813) 223-5214 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600 00/Monthly $300. 00/Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Grant Park 3610 North 55th St. #B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $800 00/Monthly Includes Water, Trash Yard Service Section 8 Welcome Call Robert (813) 36-0344 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 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA, WID Hook-up $795 00/Month .. .. $500/0eposit Sectio_n 8 Accepted Ron (813)'920-1085 (813) 690-6664 ft 4*'&ti ll;' ;J 3 I 1206 East MLK Blvd. Single Male Preferred (813) 234-4206 ChristianPerson Has Rooms For Rent $110 00/Rent $110 00/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed '-.: Call Mike< .. ? . 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NATIONAL Woman Dies Following _ Sacramento Nightclub Q a: Sacramento. &L. Q z c( , Authorities said a gang:ftlated fight br9ke out in the Two involved groups escorted outside .. by Q m en w ,.. .. ;::) ..;,j 1-ie: ' w ;,! Teen Gets Arrested For Accidentally Killing Brother [ij :! \ c Gl f2eLeon Springs family ts en 6eil)g forced to relive its most ::J p.ainful day. A teenager is beiilg charged six months a. after he kilJeCt Z .. :; <: ffi ':H Uart"JS, 18, shot his .J brother while the nyo 'Spider Man 3' Smashes Box-Office Records were a giln DWAINE HARRIS m iH ;_ ... family > Demetrius and Dwaine Harris ;,!, thought the . . case was medical examiner's repoq were more than br()*ers; canie and talk to witnesses. After they were best friends i&ocking to arrest their sorl. . losing one son to an accidental grew up side by side irC C:C They. ha& .. to wait the Just two years apart, montlii{ ago when Dwaine was' C playing with a gun and -shot" and killed Demetrius, who .J h . .. ,. bl Cl. h . . F . b . lS. .&L. : s eet::.Set. Cudams [.a e .. ot ss a ru:s '" "lt was an accident. I . . .fleds:prejids didh;t mean to shoot him: I Is ': 0 was just playing," Dwaine qthM9rel!! .. "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye" Florida Drug store .-. Goodbye . It's Been A Pleasure And An Outgoing Experience Helping Out The Community. Harris' parents didn't want the caSe prosecuted. They it wa5 Wednesday, old wounds were opened when Dwahie was arrested ancr charged with killing his brother. "I thought it would go click, click, clic)<. I didn't think there was any bullets in it," Harris said. "I didn't never mean to hurt him." Even though it was ari accident, Volusia County investigators say the IS-year old . is responsible for taking his brother's life. "Did the defendant intend f9r this to happen? ====== CRIME Police Charge Man With PJiurder In Shooting 12 U.S. Soldiers Killed In Iraq COMPLETE INCLUDES: Company Seal & Book, Articles of Incorporation : or Organization, Company Minutes, Corp, By Laws or LLC Regulations, Stock/Membership Certificate, Name Search, Attorney's Fee Corporations. also immediately available wrrax I. D.# Also Sub S Corps., Non,Profit : Corps., Lim i ted Partnerships, LLCs, DBAs, .Tr!idelllarks, Bu!_;if!ess Sales/Purchases, and Offshore Corps; '07; '06, '05, '04, '03, '02,-'01_ \ 00, '99 & '98 Corporations also available for LIC.MORTGAGE : bENDER.-. LOANS u P To $2o MILLION . . . ' \ .. \ . : Refinance,.-H,pmes?; Apartments, Strip Centers, P.rofes. sional . M.. . . We Would Like To Thank Everyone For Their Business And Services. So Come In : >AncLSay Your LastGoodbye In : .. The Month Of May. not. However, did, : through an ill act of culpable negligence, dfd a death occur? Certainly, ; what happened, 11 said : G}ih Davidson, Volusia Sheriffs Office . <> .. JYt:t:v 11hi'lor1 ...

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Man InJured When Gun In Pocket Discharges CRIME Four Men Charged With Carjacking Two People Wounded In Shooting At Nail Salon c.: r.'1 (/) 0 :: > . A 20-year-old man was treated at a local hospital after accidentally shooting himself Thursday evening. Police said the gun he was carrying in l'tis pocket acci dentally discharged .--------g According to the Hillsborough County Sherifrs Office, the report. o.f the, shooting was received at 5:14 p.m., behind the Westshore Pizza, 2224 E. Fletcher Avenue, in the parking lot. Upon their arrival, investidiscovered that Alphonso Maurice Jackson had been shot in the groin area. He was airlifted to Tampa General Hospital Jackson, 20, was reportedly uncooperative with investigators. However, he allegedly admitted that he had purchased the .380 semi automatic few ALPHONsO MAURICE JACKSON .. Accidentally shot himself days before. While walking through the parking lot; the gun slipped in his pocket, and as he attempted to catch it, it discharged, striking Jackson in the groin area, police said. \ . Suspects In Armed . suncillance photos of. two men suspected of rob-hmg a Temple Terrace Police are seeking two suspects in .an armed robbery that occurred early Saturday morning. According to the report, two Black males entered the 7-11 Store at 7301Tetllple Terrace Highway at 5:10 a,ffi. One suspect a handgun and demanded cash from the clerk while the second stood near the entry doors . Both suspects fled on foot after getting the money. Both suspects were described as appearing to be between 16 and 20 years old, weighing 130 to 140 pounds with thin builds. Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to contact Detective Mike Lowell at (813) 989-7118. GERALD REEVES DARIUS ROBINSON Tampa Police report after they received information Friday that a vehicle taken the night before in an armed carjacking was in the area of 34th Street and Chelsea, they responded and searched the area. During the search police observed the vehicle hidden behind a fence in the yard of a residence in the 4000 biock of 36th Street. Police set up surveillance on the residence and said four nl.en came outside and iQ1mediately arrested . At that same point, police said stolen property from inside the vehicle was seen through the opened front door of the residence. Charged with carjacking were Roshawn McNeal; 19, Henry Jones, 26, Gerald 19, and Darius Robinson. 20. Suspects Sought In CarJacking Tampa Police are looking for two men they said are responsible for a carjacking Friday morning. Police said a man was standing next to his vehicle at 19th Street and 7th Avenue with the driver's side d.oor slightly opened, listen ing to music. The victim told police he saw a man trying to get into his back seat and tried to WARREN PINK charged in shootings Tampa Police were called to a nail salon on North Nebraska Avenue Saturday afternoon on a report of a shooting. Police said Warren Samuel Pink, 29, his girlfriend and her baby had gone to a fi,sh market next door to Top Nail Salon, 12313 North Nebraska Avenue At that time, police said the girlfriend allegedly received a threatening phone call from the baby's father, Delroy According to the DELROY DYER . reported to be in critical condition. Apartments near 15th Street. .. At that location, the pair surrendered. Deputies also. recovered a weapon . Brown was treated arid released from a local hospitai while Dyer remained in crit ical condition. Pink was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and fleeing and eluding. He is being held without bond. The girlfriend was not charged, and authorities are still investigating the incident ... .... Pink went to the nail to confront Dyer. They u J s .d argued and shot him:. DC e an y The bullet traveled through .. Says Dyer's chest and into the arin of a customer, Vickie Renee Brown, 29. After the shooting, police said Pink, his girlfriend and the baby drove away. But ';).;_-.. .' deputies across the street 3, 7, 9, 14 consists not in h d h h holding good cards 19, 25, 27, 31 ear t e s ots and followed but in 35, 37, 39, 43 plaY,ing those them to College Park .__ __ ___ ..J stop him when a second man blocked him and implied he had a gun. The victim ran to the passenger sid e as the suspect drove away. He jumped onto the vehicle and hung on until he fell off onto the roadway, a road rash and a cut over his eye . The suspects are described as Black males in their 20s with thin builds. The stolen _, vehicle is described as a 2006 'Dodge Qharger, 4-door, lime green with lime green rims and three televisions inside. The vehicle's tag number is Florida Tag V35-7FG.

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