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Celebrating 62 Years In The Estranged Husban Jailed In Sword Death SEE STORY ON PAGE 27 INSIDE THIS EDITION Volunteers Set To Peint Homes SEE PAGE 2 Funeral Dir. Refuses To Comment On Suit SEE PAGE 3 Health Workshops Target Lifestyles SEE PAGE 7 Reward Offered For Fugitive SEE PAGE 27 NCNWYOUTH GROUP The National Council of Negro Women Tampa Metro Section hosted their Mary Mcleod: Bethune Luncheon recently. The newly formed NCNW youth organization, Destiny's Promise, was at the luncheon. The featured speaker for the luncheon was State Frank Peterman of St. Petersburg. From left .to right; standing are: Leola Co-Chairperson; Brittney a nd Whitney Ross, l,.uciiJe Morris, Advisor; and Electa Davis, "CNW 1st Vice Pte!;ident and Program Chairperson. Seated, Leonora Nicome, Sophia Trevail, 3rd Vice Youth Dept., and Dantrecia Robinson. (Photograph by Jerry Brunson)

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c a: u.. c z <( c U) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w :::t: U) ::::i m ::::) a. z ffi ..I ..I ::::) m ..:. w z w U) i2 9 u.. N w [Attorl1ey EriC T:Taylor CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attorney General for Florida Former Hilbborough County Prosecutor The hiring of a lawyer an impmtant dtX:ision that should not be based solely upon advertisements Before you dl.'Cil:de, ask to send you free written i.ntonnation about our qualiti<:ations and expclience : ., 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 LrktiJ Tampa, FL 33602 ifi{l Phone #: (813) 223-3900 The hirins of a lawyer is ao imponan1 decision ld mould oo1 b3Sed solei,>: upon advmisemeou Beron: you decide k us lo s erld you f r ee wJinm i nformation aboul our aod and the -American Academy of Dramatic Arts. The National Academic Letter of Intent Signing Day Dinner will also celebrate_ the 53rd anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court Decision. The dinner will be held at Blake Hig9 School at 6:30 p.m. For more -information, please call Mike Kinsey at' (813) 241-8024 225 Volunteers Set To Paint Homes BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Once again, several Tampa homeowners will benefit from the generosity of a group of volunteers from the Catholic Heart Work Camp. This group of 225 volunteers will paint, do yard work, and make some minor repairs to homes without any cost to th e owners. This marks the third con secutive year thRt the volun teers have partnered with the City of Tampa to provide this service. The volunte e r group, which consist s of high school college students, and young Rdults from throughout the Southeast ern United Sta tes, will help with painting, general clean ups, Ms. Bunting also s;:.id the and some inside work during group likes to have projects the week of June 10-16. that 2 to '3 davs to give However, anyone wishing to'-' .:.therri .. the opportunity to interapply for assistance must be act'\vith the homeowners : She pre-approved by stated that tht group May 30th approved the city and wuntcd Ms. Barbara Bunting, to come in and pro\'idc this Diversion Services free service Coordinator for the City of Homeowners tu Tampa Department of Code participate nt'C required tu Enfo rcement, said "We have have their own paint.. and a s limited space available Th i s many other supplies as group pays $290 each to come ble. Ms. Bunting snid the and do volunte e r work in the c i ty s supplies arc very limit city. ed, but they will try to h e lp "This is for any those who just can' t ubt n in homeowner who is in need of them repairs. We encourage any one Anyone interest l' one place they don't like being hit: in the pocket! How much is enough? Why is there a need to charge so much for gas? The answer is the American people have shown a disregard for rising gas prices and opt to pay whatever it takes to keep their vehicles rolling and their planeR in the air. Forget about the political process affecting rising gas prices. They've had their chance, and you can see what's happened NOTHING! As consumers, it is up to us to control rising gas prices. Do what you know needs to be done.

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. FEATURES Funeral Director Refuses To Comment On Lawsuit BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter Th e death of a m a n has resulted in his fam ily filing a lawsuit against the funera l director. The man's bod y is cur r ently being kept in a St. Petersburg business where it has been stored since the funeral. Attorney Tom Carey, of St. P e tersburg, recently filed a law s uit on b e half of th e famil y : in connection with the delay ed burial of John D. Harden, Jr. who died on March 1st John W. Harmon, of Harmon's Funera l Home and Directors Services Inc., of St Petersburg wher e the bod y is being stored are both named in the lawsuit. When contacted b y the Sentinel, John Harmon said he had "no comment on the lawsuit. A funeral service for Harden was held a t Greater Bethany M B Church, on March 17th. The fun e ral notic e said interment was suppo se d t o follow in Res t Hav e n M e m oria l Park Cemet ery. However, according to the JOHN D. HARDEN, JR. ... Still Not Buried lawsuit, Harden was ne ve r buried a nd his bod y w as t a k e n to the St Petersburg bu s ine s s for storage. This is pretty insensitive. It's like he s holding the body hostage. He should let his (Harden's) loved ones just give him a proper burial and then deal with the money issue, Attorney Carey said The lawsuit claims the rea son for the delay in the buri a l of Harden is bec a us e of an unpaid balance. It also a lleg es that Harmon refuses to release the body so that it can be buried. JOHN HARMON .. Refused To Comment How e v e r during a telepho n e interview with Attorney Carey on Monday aft e rn o on he s a id, The latest we've he a rd is th a t he s going to release the bod y for burial. But we have to just wait and see. Attorney Carey is repre senting Ms. Judy Jacqueline Brown and other famil y mem bers. A Tampa n a ti ve, Harden, who dihd a bout a month befor e his 44 t birthda y attended the lo cal sc ho o ls of Hillsborough County. He was employed as a Security Guard for 12 years before becoming disabl ed. TeenagerShotDuring Attempted Armed Robbery A 17-y ear-old teenager was charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault on law enforcement Sunday evening Another teenager was also charged in the offense According to police, officers were in an car at the of 12t Avenue and E 17t Street, shortly after midnight on Sunday. They reportedly observed three teenagers riding bicycles af!d acting suspiciously. O!le of the teenagers who had covered his face with a mask, later identified as Ahmad Black, is alleged to have approached 39-year-old Michael Dunn with a hand gun pointed the weapon a nd ordered Dunn t o the ground. Dunn complied remo ved his wallet, and threw it to the ground. At that point T a mp a Police Officers Robert Partner and Gary Saunders exited their unmarked car and ordered Black to drop his weapon and get on the ground The suspect allegedly refused and then pointed the gun at Dunn. Fearing that Dunn would be injured, the officers reportedly fired their weapons, striking the teenager 4 times. Black was transported to a local hos pit a with non-life thre a tening injuries. Black was charge d with a rm e d r o bbery a nd a ggr av at e d a ss ault on a l a w enforcement offic er. After a brief foot chase police apprehended the two other te e nagers pre v iousl y seen with Black prior to the attempted robbery. One of tho s e individu als identified a s 16year-old Christopher A. Haugabrook, was charged with prin ciple to an armed robbery. The third juvenile was not charged. No other injuries occurred dur ing the confrontation, police said. CONGRATULATIONS \ 2007 GRADUATES High school or college graduation is a wonderful accomplishment that deserves recognition. Sol Davis Printing can help make ordering your invitations easy! Our Invitation Package includes invitations, envelopes and name cards all for one low price .... and includes a photo of the graduate. your choice from several cover designs and verses, and personalized w1th your photo your invitations can be as special as your accomplishments. Call or visit Sol Davis Printing today . . for high quality invitations with fast, convenient service. 5205 N Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Phone : 813 353-3609 Seminar To Discuss How Skin Cancer Affects African-Americans BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter A seminar this evening will set the record straight on skin cancer, and how it affects African-Americans The Moffitt Cancer Center and the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host an event entitled AfricanAmericans and Skin Cancer on Tuesday, May 15th at 6 p m Vernon K. Sondak, MD, the Div jsi_on Chief of_ the Cutaneous. Oncology Uni_t at Moffitt, will be the speaker for the event. The QUrpose of the seminar Is to debunk many myths associated with African-Americans and skin cancer. "Skin cancer is the most common cancer there is. There is a common misconception that AfricanAmericans are not at risk for skin cancer," said Sondak. We want to give people the proper infonnation, and help them to lower their risk. Sondak say s that while s kin cancer or melanoma is unc ommo n in AfricanA m ericans, Latinos and Asians, but it is most dangerous in these populations because it is more likely to develop undetected. These s a me races are likely to devel o p skin cancer in places that are less problematic like the soles of the feet, or the palms VERNON.K. SONDAK, MD Division Chief, Cutaneous Oncology H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute of the hands. "We want to cover all bases, and answer all questions in regards to this potentially dangerous condition," said Dr. Sondak. "If it's picked up early, it's highly curable, but we want to give as much information as possible so people can be adequately pre pared." The African-Americans and Skin Cancer Seminar will be held at the Vincent A. Stablile Research Bui'lding 'in the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute located at 12902 Magnolia Drive on the USFcampus. For more information, please call or go to www .moffitt.org/-aaskincancer. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS TOBA -t ) TOBA Tampa of Bl;n k :\ITairs General Men1bership Meeting Thursday, May 17, 2007 6:30p.m. Mattin Luther King. Jr. Rec Center ...... 2300 N. Oregon Avenue Agenda I tetns Political Education Econon1 ic Developernent Youth Developn1ent .., r 0 :2 c > en m z ::! z m r I m c r-1. m z c m r en ::z:: m c m < m :a -< -t c m en 0 > z c "'" :a 6 ?(

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. EDITORIALS I COLUMNS c "it u. c z c( c fl) w ... > a: w > w c w % fl) ::; m Q. z ffi ..... .... m .!a w z w fl) c( c it 0 .... I.L FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa Flonda 33605 (813} 248-1921 P ub{ish ed Every Tuesday and Fr iday By FLORIDA SENnNEL BULLEnN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol National Newspnper PutJiishors Assoc i ation (NNPA) and Am:t!gam aled Publ ishers. In c., New York C 1990 94 C P Tim e lnt erna t i onal POSTMASTER : Send Addre ss Change To fk)ridll Sentinel BuUetln P O Box 3363 Tmpe, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid AI Tampa FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Bly1ho Andrewo 11101-19n (1945) Founcter. c : BLYTiiE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BL YTiiE ANDREWS IU, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERnSING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE CIRCULA OON DIRECTOR Subscriptions -$44.00-Per Year Both Editions : $87 .00Per Year One Edition Op;nions _.....son-pogos of lhis-by Columnists"' GueSI Wrile ... do not necessarify rellec:t the editorial s tance ol The Flortdo Sentinel BulloUn 0< lt1e Put>isher. In Good Hands? I v ... u .. u't you really like to know if the car you're ......... ... ""and the gasoline you're buying is help: to support the displacement of more than 2.5 million Black Africans from their homes to a desert in, the Dafur region of Sudan? If you're a teacher, government worker or college student, would you be sad or shocked to know that your state pension funds and college endowment -funds are invested in companies that support the Sudanese government in the rape and murder of more than 2oo,ooo Black Africans (thus far) iD the Dafur region of Sudan? A s a popular automotive insurance commercial inquires, would you feel you are in good hands? The atrocities taking place in Dafur are finally drawing international attention. The British company Royce recently announced plans to leave Sudan in response to growing protests by groups urging the disinvestment of economic interests in Sudan by global companies. Moreover, we have written editorials regarding members of the Congressional Black who have marched on Congress and the United Nations on behalf of Black Sudanese. Hollywood movie stars have launched websites and media campaigns also their behalf. And it has all been done to call attention to the wholesale slaughter of Africans by certain killing squads seemingly backed by the Sudanese government. A growing number of Americans and disinvesbnent groups around the world are calling on investors to pull their funds out of Sudan and to invest elsewhere. The UniverSity of California, Howard University and the States of Dlinois;" New Jersey, Oregon, California, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Indiana and Ohio are among a growing list of states and colleges that have restricted their public pension and endowment funds from investing in companies with ties to Sudan. We believe the State of Florida, the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa should also join that list.What's your opinion? When it comes to the people of Black Sudan, are you in good hands? Pass it on! Walk A Mile In Their Moccaslnsl read with interest and tongue-in-cheek about handful of elected officials and college scholwho tried to spend a week living on minimum wage or welfare income, while still enjoying the comforts of their $1oo,ooo to $soo,ooo homes or dormitory rooms. Even more amusing were the media stories about people who tJ;ied to find out what it wits like to be homeless by sleeping one night in theii yards, or in front of their college dorms. Well, all this serious effort has made us come to their emotional rescue. May we suggest that anyone who really wants to 1111t know what it's like to live on minimum wage should W endeavor to do so for at least two or three months. CJ Furthermore, we encourage anyone who might really a.;: want to experience tire homeless life to do so by leav-Fort Negro: Unique History Of-Blacks In Floridal (Series) ally it was printed in 2005 Winter edition the Harvest Report. President Dr . Claud Anderson introduced the struggle as su.ch : They were fighting for their right to be free independent, self-suffi cient and l eft alone. They were not renegades. They were Freedom Fighters." Fort Negro," continues th e President, "The History of Blacks in Florida is unique and filled with amazing information. One such story comes from a place nestled on the shores of the Apalachicola River in Northwest Florida. Fort Negro, one of the most powerful dirty little secrets of Black history," writes Anderson. This unique Black History in America is a product of Spain rather than northern Europe as such Continues Anderson: "Fort Negro, built in 1814 was the site of a horrendous inter national crime. In the Fall of 2003, a group of hearty Black truth-seekers from Washing ton, D. C., Los Angeles CA, and Akron, Ohio trekked through the Apalachicola National Forest with me to find Fort Negro. We wanted to ex plore the location of the crime, a nd to e xperi e nce another image of Blacks during slavery. To get to the unique core of this Black experie nce, primaril y under the rule of Spain, Anderson writes : Blacks that" escape d there were free people (u ntil Florida became part of the Untied States in 1821.). Fort Negro was built by free Blacks after the British lost th e War of 1812 That was the second war in which the Briti s h had been defeated by the Americans. The British decided they could get back at America by going into Spanish territory, Florida, and providing the free Blacks there with financial and military resources to build Fort Negro. Fort Negro sat on eight acres of land at a strategic curve of th e Apalachicola River called Pro spec t Bluff From this va n tage point, Blacks in the fort could control wha t ever came up and down the river. Prospect Bluff was 12 feet above the ri ve r, and the fort walls were an additional 14 feet high and 18 feet thick. It was an impenetrable f ortress. (To be continued.) My Point Of View Ill By Iris Holton Novv Is The Time ; seems that time pass s so quickly that before we can finish one thing it is time to begin another. It seems that it was only last week that we were celebrating the New Year But, Mother's Day has come and gorre, graduation is looming ahead, and the first day of summer is barely a month away. So, now is the time to make those summer plans and preparations. But one thing that every family should take this time to do is check their gency supplies. Although hurricane season is still about two weeks away, the time to take inventory is now. Every head of house should take everything out, take inventory, and throw away those items that are outdat ed. Then, they should take the remaining items and make sure that everything works properly. This will give the family a better understanding of what is still good, what needs to be replaced, what needs to be purchased, and what other new and improved items are on the market. In a few days, hopefully, we will once again have tax-free days to purchase hurricane items. If the past is any indication, if presented, Governor Charlie Crist will sign the legislation. Most people think of their emergency kits as being just for the hurricane season But that's not true, the emergency kits will serve the family well during any type of emergency I remember being home one evening and there was a sudden power failure. I went outside, as did others in the neighborhood, wondering what had happened. The electricity was off for about three hours. We all tried to contact the electric company but only received that constant busy signaL We never found out what caused the power fail ure, but as it got dark outside, I was glad I had that battery-operated lantern. That was not the only time, a power failure has happened in our neighborhood. Sometimes, it only lasts for a few minutes, but other times, it stays off for quite a while It's important to keep your emergency supply kit updat ed year-round and not just during hurricane season. This is one of those things where it's better to have arid not need than to need and not have. ing home with only the clothes on your back, no money in your pocket (burn your credit cards) and by sleeping in doorways, alleys, behind or in garbage dumpsters, under interstate overpasses, etc., for no less than two weeks. Certainly, it won't take long to decide it's difficult to live independently on minimuin wage and that beina homeless is more than a virtual adventure. However, for you who try, we appreciate your interest. But understand that citizens on minimum wage worry about how to pay the rent, get to work and eat on a microscopic salary. Homeless people worry about how to eat, and where to sleep without having to worry about being mugged, raped or beaten to death. Therefore, we sincerely advise certain readers who think livina on hard times would make a good safari to THINK AGAIN! Living on minimum wage, belna one paycheck away from poverty is more than simply an intellectual exercise. If you want to wear other folks' moccasins, make sure they fit your feet! Pass it on.

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. COLUMNS 1 theSqJe-IYiclrl SpeclkS In The Land Of The Lilliputsl uid waste into a compl e tely clean burning fuel, plus heat and other usable byproducts and the whole thing could be don e without noise, liquids, gasses or other pollutants? Do you think the world _would beat a p hth to your. front dobr? W e ll before you answer, you b e tter ask Ruggero Santilli. That' s Ruggero (as in "Rue-jero" ) Santilli (as in the old rock n 'roll s ong '.'Shantiily-lace" ) Liv ing in Tarpon Springs, h e 's your neighbor y' knuw! And docs he have a s ad story to tl'll. Two decade s ag o Ruggeao was g i \ : c n a grant by the Carter Administration to develop a w a y to litna lly turn a s ow' s car into a s ilk purs e Ht? was giv en $ 5 mil l!on, to produce a liquid waste 'int( v rei.tsab1e atmospherefriendl y alternative fuel. And that he did! Then the lights went ouH I <.ould explain it, but nobody explains it better than Ruggero or in this case, the news article that was written about Ruggero. According to a local news reporter, "Santilli accused other scientists of plagiariz ing and distorting his writ ings. He said they dismissed his ideas for a new form of clean, efficient energy and called it 'iringe .sci ence.' Meanwhile, the problem he (/J m z :;:t 2! m .r-. 1 m c: r r-m ::1 And That's The Way It Is r-u; m L._ ___ O_u_t __ T he City of Tampa movers and shakers' a mile-long wall between them and us. Don't act like you don't know! Look around you where the good life continues to get better for some and not for all why does our stmounding(s) look so dreadful? Why, after regime changes and organiza tional restructuring does our community look the way that it does'? If, in 30 years or more East Tampa and West Tampa neighborhoods looked like they needed a facelift, then 30 years later, they need a makeover. Surely, our neighborhoods have seen brighter days. Right? Seriously. Did you know that the United States of America-that would be me and you-are spending $2.75 million.every day over in' Irnq? Well, what about the war yight here. i11 our-own backyurd? That's right. the war(s) against poverty, hunget, racism, unemploytl\ent, cl'ooked politicians who .. ot1ly seek to line their. Qwn pockets with money who don't have n decent bone in their body, who can't find it in !heir hearts to raise the minimum wage in this country to offset rape, murder, incest, homelessness, armed robbery and/or burglary. But, in their own corporate that theY've deliberately designed for themselves walk away with millions while American mills, mines and factories suf fer shutdowns, layoffs, pink slips and collapse. A<; if we didn t believe in the seriousness Of it all, Retired Major General John Batiste expressed at a news conference last week. "I am outrugtcl as are the majority of Allll'ltcans. I'm a lifelong Republican, but it's past time for change.,. Our strategy in Iraq today is more of the same, n slow grind to nowhere which totally ignores .the l'enlity .of Iraq and tb.e lessons of history. Our pt-e'sident ignores sound militmy advice nnd surrounds himself with like-minded and compliant subordinates." Newspapers can be so infor mnti\'e nnd educntionnl, can't they? Right now, gas prices con-tinue to soar as does our, impatience, frustration and: -> indifference! Pay attention: ; Learn to gauge the : Z gas prices go up by The White Q House's lack of sympa;thy'to ; domes.tic issues. _Qh :6 ;. every time attention turps ]< home-bet it up! At least; : most of us have a warm -' to go to and if we re fortu n ate} we have to ' up with; there's food in the' fridge, somewhat behaved children, clothes in the drawers, soap and running water . This past week1 ,\e were asked to remain indoors as a. result of "the masshe \\ildfit-e that had raced through tl1e Okefonokee Swamp in southeast Georgia and into Flofida and charred .more thaJl 233,700 acres-or nb'mtt .365: square miles." So, we to take shOrter yet breaths. When the smoke mid the oust settles. apnthy \,;u the least of our woiTies.' America is out of control. That menns you, me, u s i\lltf them. Pt>nce Be Unto rm,. c.n

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PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL LIC MORTGAGE LENDER LOANS UP TO $20 MILLION Purchase/ Cashout/ Refinance Homes Apartments, Strip Centers Professional Offie Space Multi F Hard Money Equity Loans Available "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye"/ After 25 Years The Florida Drug Store Is Finally Saying Goodbye It's Been A And An Outgoing Experience Helpmg Out The Community. We Would Like To Thank Everyone For Their Business And Services. So Come In And say Your Last Goodbye In The Month Of May. Date: Saturday, May 19 Time: 11 a.m. 2 p.m. Place: Broach Tampa 6400 East Chelsea St. Tampa, FL 33610 RSVP: 1-813-849-0305 Grades: 9th -12th Where Students Are Motivated to Succeed ..... . Learn about the personalized academic program that helps students build confidence and achieve success Tour our state-of-the-art high school that offers athletic facilities that includes an Olympic sized swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball fields, handball courts, boating activities and morel Enjoy grPal food, great people and a beautlful140 acre lakeside campus for your student's high school education! Part Of The ESA Of Schools LOCAL City Council Votes In Favor Of Turanchik Project Despite the objections of West Tampa residents and City Council chair Gwen Miller, Tampa City Council voted 6-1 in favor of allowing Ed Turanchik to constr\lct Spanish-Med i terranean style homes on 25-foot lots in West Tampa. Residents had objected to the flat-roof designed homes because they did not fit the decor of homes already in the area, or homes already constructed by Turanchik's company, InTown Homes West Tampa activist Dwight Bolden was first to address the Council in oppo sition to the plan. "If you allow this to hap pen, it will give Turanchik free reign to do whatever he wants to in West Tampa without approval from anyone. We want a say as to what we want in our com munity." Ms . Ruth McNair, President of the West Riverfront Neighborhood Association and a member of the West Tampa Overlay Committee, said she's not in favor of the design. "Th ey appear more com mercial and we don't think it fits into our community. We also feel the design doesn t fit into the Overlay Committee's guidelines. The community wants to see more bungalow designs." Ed Turanchik spoke to the Council, saying crime in the area is down 45% and he attributed that to the ethnic diversity in the area. "The homes we' re doing are more expensive than the ones already there, but are still c heaper than other new home construction in the city. "We also feel we're follow ing the historic pattern of the area. The main issue is design. On March sth, we sent a memorandum to the ED TURANCHIK ..... convinces City Council to approve reasoning request in 6-t vote. Overlay Committee to present our designs. We were asked to present them again, and we asked them how they would like to see them changed." Turanchik said his group got no constructive comments from the Overlay Committee and they have no agreement with that group. "We've gone forward in our sales of the new designs. We believe in preserving the architectural integrity of West Tampa. I m surprised at all the opposition to this project." Turanchik went on to say they are trying to rebuild a grand neighborhood and they hope the Council will appcoving the rezoning request. "The Overlay Committee did reject our flat roof pro posal and we never received any notice of their decision I told them that was no way to conduct business, and a vote should have been taken with all parties present. We still think we' re offering an affordable housing opportunity." Chair Miller told Turanchik it was the flat roof design the people didn't want. GWEN MILLER CITY COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON ..... only dissenting vote on Council. Will you build a flat roof structure bet ween 2 houses with pitched roofs? If that's your plan, I will oppose this." Turanchik answered Chair Miller by saying yes, that was his plan. Councilman Charlie Miranda said in support .of the rezonin g, he's driven through the area and noticed several flat roof homes in the area that have been there for a long time. Councilman Thomas Scott said he feels the dif ferences were addressed in a previous hearing. I think we can do business than rehashing what we've already talked about." Councilman Joe Caetano said in support of the rezoning request, pitched roof homes will cost more. Councilman John Dingfelder said he hadn t heard anything different from the last meeting and although he will vote in favor of the rezoning request, he respects the comments from the commu nity. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at. (813) 248-0724, or emailed at leon@Bsentinel.com.

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==LOCAL== Series Targets A Healthy Lifestyle Members of the commu nity are invited to participate in a four-part that addresses healthy lifestyles. The series of workshops are free and open to the public. How ever pre-registration is required. Some of the topics that will be discussed a re enti tled, "Weight Loss and Weight Management;" "Physical Activity; ' a nd "Bread of Life." Topics on th e a g enda f or th e "Weight Loss and Weight Management" segment in clude healthy glucose levels, diabetes management, stomp out and prevent disease, and hypertension a nd stroke The "Physical Activity" segment will cover such topics as how to fit exercise into a busy sched ule, and the 10-15 minute workouts for e v er y one A cooking demonstration ; food choices, learning how to prepare healthy meals, snacks, and desserts are on the agenda for the final topic, "Bread of Life." The workshops will be held at the J L Young Apartments, 8220 N Florida Avenue in the dining hall on consecutive Saturdays, May 19th, May 26th, June 2nd, and June 9th. The workshops will take place from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Food samplings, incentives, and door prizes will also be available. The event, entitled "Knowledge Is Power," is designed to provide helpful information and tools to help citizens make wise choices about their health. The event is being jointly sponsored by the City of Tampr to the fee schedule for deta1ls. Online Cash Mariager and Online Cd'h Manager Plus are not 1ntendeJ'for use by commercial or institutional clients. which in general defmed as compan1es w1th annual sales 111 exle's of $ 10 m1lhon. Sun Trust's Online Cash Manager Premium and Online Treasury Manager have a complete host of web-based des1gned to your online bank1ng needs. Please' call877.370.5 108 for additional1rformat1on. You must have or open a business checking account to be el1g1ble to e111ollm an Onl1ne Cash Manager product. Transact1on and SN\'ice fees may apply. Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. r.:> 2007 Sun Trust Banks. inc. Sun Trust and Seeing beyond money are federally registered serYICe marks of Sun Trust Banks Inc U'1 N 0 0 """" 'T1 r-I o :::D -l c J> en m z :::! z m r-1 tD c rr-z ., c: tD r-c;; % m c m < m ... c: m en c J> z c 'T1 c

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ALL ABOUT YOU! 0 0 C\1 ari' ..... -Shining Is What I Do Best w ::l t-c u. c z c:( >--UJ w ::l ..... w > w c w l: UJ :; ID ::l Q. z -J -J ::l ID .!I. w z w UJ g a: 0 -J. u. CIO w a: Birthday wjshes go out to the #1 star, Ms. Osha. Love always, mommy, Christie, Tony, Lil' Amp and Kia. DOMINIC GORDON Happy 17th birthday Dominie Gordon, a.k.a., Rico. Momma and family love you, Boot-Boot. Hold it down with Faith. Will Convene At MARKEISHA Birthday Wishes Are Going Out To Akeem i s the son of Andrea Monroe, the grandson of Mrs. Ollie M. \\{uteherson, anti HJ:lrold and JoAnn Daniels. He is o.n the Principal's .Honor Roll at his h i gh schooL Akeem enjoys going to church, cooking, going to the movies and hanging out with his friends and helping others. He celebrated this weekend with family and friends Today, he will celebrate with his special girl. Happy birthday. Love, your brother. Ashly, Mom and you know who. : The Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church --25l1 East Columbdl .. Dr' . . . 1 lYe Reverend Walter J. Pastor Wednesday, May 16 Through Saturday, May 19 Each Day's Session Begins At 9 A .M. The Voices Of Praise Will Be Featured On The Welcome Program, Wednesday Evening At 7:30P.M. Saturday, May 19th REVEREND C. P. EPPS Moderator Of The Arst South Florida Ass4Jclaltlonl Youth Day And Annual Oratorical Contest There Will Be Youth Choirs Singing And A Panel Discussion MISSY, PHIL, TEAIRA And -MAiurniSHA JERMIA PEOPLES A very special little girl, with a bright, bright future. May God bless you always. From, Pa Pa Alex and Ma Ma Celeste. Subscribe loday! lJ You Are Cordially Invited To "Women With Hats Will Be Judged Gifts To Winners Refreshments Served!!

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====== ALLABOUTYOU!======= LIZ And CESARE MYLES We have become one on 5/6/07 nt a Las Vegas Wedding Chapel. '.\I) ;. : 1-l':l \ ....... "\.: J : Place A Florida Seatlnel Newsrack In Great Places (8131 University Of Tampa Grad MR.EUGENE AN1HONY JACKSON, JR. On May 5th, 2007, Mr. Eugene Anthony Jackson, Jr. received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology and a Chemistry minor with a specialization in Neurobiology BioChemistry, emphasis premedical concentration from the University of Tampa. His family congratulates him. We love you always. From his mother, father, grandmother, aunts, uncles, brothers, sister, cousins and loved ones Julia Brown Jackson, Annette, Camron, Eugene, Karecm, Joynita, Adrian, Juanette, James, Ca'la, Kazette, Caliea, Jennifer, Ruben, Julian, Tiron, Tamesha, Anntanete, William, Kayla and Khia, LaTeica and Wayne. Visiting ancient Mayan ruins, shopping, beautiful beaches and water sports are all part of the fun on this 4 Day Western Caribbean cruise. We'll spend four days experiencing the beautiful Caribbean as God created it. The four fun-packed days will include other cruise activities such as: Live entertainment from the Spirit-filled group Halle *Several Revival Workshops With Renowned Speakers: Franklin Florence-Indianapolis, IN, Steve Thompson, Milwaukee, WI and Dr. Luis Lugo -Chicago, IL Shopping in po11s of interest iiii;i;i;i;,i;--....iiiiiilloiiiill Fantastic tood buffets and dinners 1. Tampa, FL 4:00pm Shore Excursions 2. Fun Day At Sea 3. Cozumel, Mexico 7:00 am-6:00pm Shore Excursions 4. Fun Day At Sea 5. Tampa, FL 8:00am Shore Excursions 12-Suite-7.16 per person 11 -Suite-7.1 () pn person ()/\ -Ocean Vi cw -S.197. 16 per person .. '\ -Inside -S3 3 7 .I() per pcrsl'll lnsurance is optional but strongly recommended: $69.00 per person -Adults (Suites) S59.00 per person-Adults (Ocean View/Inside) S29.00 per person-Children 16 yrs. & under A $25.00 per person deposit ($150.00 pp/Suites) is due May 30, 2007 A $150.00perperson deposit is due December 5. 2007 Final payment is due January 28, 2008 *Prices arc based on double occupancy and"include cmise tlue. port charges. govemment taxes and document handling Ices. Rates {U. S dollars) arc per person. based on double occupancy Govcmmcnt fees/taxes and optional air transportntion arc additional for all guests. Rates arc subject to a\ailability and may change without prior notice. Rcstril'tions apply === LOCAL ---Single Mom Proud Of Son's Achievements Patricia Banwo has never made a ny excuses. She's the singl e mother of 3 sons, and knew it was going to be a tough job keeping them focused but she welcomed the challenge Ms. Banwo's yo ungest so n Adedayo, has really made her proud as he'll be joining a prestigious New York law firm at the end of the year. Ms. Banwo will tell you the journey hasn't been easy. "There are a lot of challenges being a single parent. It's tougher with boys, because they need a male figure in their lives. It's also tough because you can't give them all the things they want." PATRICIA BANWO ing "for knowledge and was curious. He'd make you get excited right along with him. "Adedayo was never a dis cipline problem at home or at school, and there was always something in him that made him succeed. He's always been a go-getter. Maybe it's his Nigerian heritage. His father wasn't around much, but he was a good man and also instilled education as a ., r 0 :a Ms. Banwo raised her sons while living in two public housing complexes, one in Tallahassee, and in Robles Park in Tampa. In spite of the distractions around them, she managed to keep them all focused, especially Adedayo. "All kids can excel if you instill in them those positive qualities and encourage them. I told Adedayo to not allow the things around him to dictate his life. He had to rise above all that and concentrate on what he needed the most for his life I stressed education and encouraged him to read a lot. When I was young, I read a lot and it was something I really loved. priority." l>C As far as Adedayo becoming an attorney, Ms. Banwo said she's not surprised. z "He's always been a -1 debater, so I knew being an attorney was what he'd be. r;It's fitting because it fits his m personality. I'm very proud of him and I'm looking forward r to him being very successful. I'm ovenvhelmed with pride .'' z Ms. Banwo has two .other sons, one in the Peace Corps, and the other working at an Ms. Banwo said she remembers when Adedayo was young, after he finished reading, he loved telling yo u about it He l o ,ed r ea ding to older adults. H e had a real yearn-area restaurant. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentin el.com 11 A.M. Speaker REV. SHARON STR!A TER Leader I Organ Izer Executive Dkector, HOPE (HIIIsborouoh Orvanlzatlon For Prooress And Equality) Also Celebratln9 The Life Of MOTHER CORA GILMORE On Her 93rd Birthday Dinner Served After II A.M. Worship Culminating Se' rvice 5 P.M. Speaker REV. L. L. WARD And Congregation Of Pilgrim Christian Universal Church Ft. lauderdale Chairpersons: Sisters lorraine Carter, lmogone Richardson And Bro. & Sis. Willie (Victoria) White "'0 c m r u; :r m c m < m :a < c m CJ) c l> z c ., c

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0 ,.. w CJ LOCAL Local TV Personality Awards Scholarship At Special Ceremony Albert Owens awarded a $1,000 scholarship at the first Dream Seeker Scholarship ceremony on Wednesday. The scholarship fund honors Emma Lee Carpenter, Albert's mother who passed in 2002. scholarship at the first Dream Seeker Scholarship cere mony. The scholarship recipient will attend the University of Central Florida in the fall with a major in Mass Communications. "This is really a blessing for me because I know that there were a lot of other students he could have chosen. A Blake High senior received money for college, and an influential woman was honored at a : '.'recent scholarship ceremon: ' Jlert always involved in community service, and I'm sure he comes in contact with other students," said Darns. I am Albert Owens (A.K.A. Bucified Bert) awarded Philicia Darns a $1,ooo June 4th through August 10th* Monday through Friday 8 a. m. -6 p.m. For Students Age 5-11 Re-Birth Academy Summer Program Will Offer Reading '* Math Arts & Crafts *Tennis Lessons Field Trips $aS per week Eligible Title 20 Students Are Welcome Lunch & Snacks Providad eat H you are interested end have any questions, pleese contact the office at (813) 239-1321 or (813) 239-1931. M11st be on titne .... -.-.... M11st be alate to. Si.ns. :, . . I M11st be able to act' : M11st be CJI,Ie to follOw directions Must be able to learn in a titnely tnanner There will be a one time onllf alldltion SatHday afternoon, May ZO, Z007 crt 4:00P.M located crt 1934 Main Strut Christ of CalvAry CommatHity Chatrch extremely glad to be chosen, and to be the recipient of the scholarship in honor of his mother." Bucified Bert and All Sports Community Service collaborated for the recent event. Owens says that he definitely plans on hosting more scholarship ceremonies in the future, and will contin ue to host events for youth in the Tampa Bay area "My mother was such an inspiration to me and my family that I have to do my best to motivate the youth as much as I can," said Owens. nr New1 : MISSIONARY rli1:111 "Philicia Darns definitely deserves the scholarship. This is a young lady who works hard in school, and is involved with the community. We definitely look forward to getting bigger and better as time goes by." For more information on Bucified Bert, please go to www. bucified.com. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at tinel.com. \-VJ)('rt' th(' J'V1('SSll!}t! a11ci lilt! i\ lissiQ,II
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.................... SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY Venus, Serenal Say It Isn't Sol Two of my favorite female tennis players were Venus and Serena Williams. But rumor has it that the two Black tennis superstars have put down all brothers. A source told me the sisters said in an interview that they would never gate a Black man again ; If appears that. these two have very little 1e spect for Black men and hold them in very low regard. I have no problem with the sisters dating other races of men. I do h ave a with .them putting down all Bla ck men. Venus and say it i s not true! What's Wrong With Ricky Williams? Somebody tell me, is wrong with National Football League running back Ricky Williams? Doesn't he care about money? I know he cares about playing football. Ricky lovE.'s to smoke marijuana as mucJl as he loves playing toot ball. The NFL suspended him for all of last reason. The reason was he tested positive for mmijuana. He recently applieJ for .reinstate. ment. It is question able whether or not he will b.? able to P .laY this Wl)y? He .te!i;ted, for marijua na. Ricky is going to smoke his way out of football for good. Somebody talk to the guy. NBA Draft Coming Up! The National Basketball Association Draft is coming up, but nobody knows who will have the #l pick. Likewise, nobody knows who will have the 2nd and 3rd picks. It will be seven more days before that is decided. The first three picks are decided by a lottery draw. The team with the worst record gets the fourth pick automati cally if they don't get one of t he first three. It is a general belief that. the teams who get the #1 and the #2 pick can t go wrong. Scouts say Ohio State's .Greg Oden and, Texas Kevin Durant will be the first picks The NBA draft con s i s t s of jus t two rounds. Three juniors from the University of Florida are expected to go in the top 15. Who'R The Dues' Starting QB? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have more quarterbacks than Carter got little liver pills But is i\ny of them capable of leading the Bucs into the playoffs. Bruce Gradkowski ended the season as the Bucs started. Chris Simms is healthy, and signed to a brand new contract. The Bucs brought in Jeff Garcia who has been around the league, and is speculated to be the starter. Nobody knows what Jake Plummer is. up to. Still the question remains: Can any of these bodies lead the Bucs to the playoffs? Unfortunately, we won't know before the season is half over. BROTHER'S GRAPHICS 1248 E. HIJisborough Sultelt206 BEAUTY UNLIMITED coco Today's Beauty Unlimited Feature Is as sweet as her name sounds. We would like to Introduce the lovely Coco. This 21year old Is beautiful, and definitely know what she wants out of life. Coco admits that she is a flirt who loves to shop and listen to music. She Is currently studying to become a prop erty appralser. When it comes to the t}tpe of guys she likes, Coco says they must love to travel, be financially stable, intelligent and have a great sense of humor. Congratulations to the stunning Coco on being this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature D.ESAGANA PlOP DALLAS -The .Dallas Mavericks exercised their option on center DeSagana Diop on Friday, keeping him wi ,th .the team for the third and .final year on his contract. The 7-foot, center .averaged 1 ,8.3 minutes with 2.3 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.4 blocks' in 81 games with the Mavericks, including nine starts. $1 Million For Bonds' 758th Home Run Ball? If and when Barry Bonde hits his 75.6th career home run to break Bank Aaron's all-time record, the person who ends up with the ball will hit the jackpot. According to an ESPN report, an auction house in Dallas has already offered to pay $1 million to whoever gets the record-setting baseball. "We invite the lucky owner who delivers this historic baseball, as verified by Major League Baseball, to redeem it for a $1 million bounty at a Dallas news conference within 15 days of the recordbreaking homer," Chris Ivy, drector of Sports Auctions for Heritage Auct i on Galleries of Dallas, told ESPN. Bonds has hit 11 home runs already to raise his caret-r total to 745. He needs just 11 more to break the record. "The baseball that sets the mark could truly be consid ered 'priceless,' but we expect that $1 million dollars will be very tempting to the fan who catches that ball." Ivy sai{i . l'oll ... Hal'ial l)j, idt .\hout Bond-. BARRY-BONDS record and most think he knowingly took steroids, according to a poll showing stark racial divisions in how the San Francisco Giants' slugger is viewed. Still, most fans think Bonds should end up in the Hall of Fame. He has 10 homers this season and 744 lifetime -11 shy of Hank Aaron's record, one of the most revered in sports. In the poll by ABC News and ESPN, 37 said they are rooting for Bonds to break Aaron's record, while 52 percent .said they hope he falls short and 11 percent hnd c: m Cb c s: ""' 6 :u g en m z -4 z m r:al c r r-!!I z "a c al !: en % m c m 2 m .(I) i -c: .,. z c ""' ::rJ 6 Diop as a agent with the Mavericks in 2005 after' four seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who mad. e him the eighth pick ofthe 2001 draft. WASHINGTON Only about four in 10 basebali fans are rooting for Barry Bonds to break the career home run no opinion. per-cent of whites and neal"lv 75 fi') percent of bln.cks said they m were hoping Bonds SliCC<>t'd$. ... w

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u; ,... > Tiger Finally Finds His Putting Stroke At Players PONTE VEDRA BEACH en --Tiger Woods ended a frustrating week at the 1-Players Championship with a smile on his face and a sparkling 67 on Sunday. Woods finished at evenpar 288, tied for 37th. Phil Mickelson won the tourney. The putts finally began to drop for the world' s No. 1 player, who covered the last 14 holes at the Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in 7-under. Woods struck a superb six-iron to 10 feet at the par five 16th to set up his first eagle of the week. "I didn't play that much TIGER WOODS than I did last week but didn't putt anywhere near as good," said WoQds, who won last week's Wachovia Championship. better today, but I had a run from five through 12 where .J c one-putted every hole," "I had 12 lip-outs this weekend, and I've hit so many good putts this week that have grazed the lip. Today I went for a more aggressive approach, and they just happened to go in." it Woods said. 1&. "Overall, I've probably hit ball better this week C( c tn w ::::) 1-w > w c w ::1: en :::i m ::::) a. z ...J ..J ::::) m ..:. w z i= z w tn C a: 0 ...J 1&. Johnson In No Rush To Sign With New Team OAKLAND, CA -Keyshawn Johnson isn't in a rush to make a decision about where he will play next season after being released by the Carolina Panthers. "I'm relaxing in 88-degree weather in Southern California," Johnson said Friday in a telephon e interview. "I'm just chilling. There: s no sense. of urgency on this end." There are plenty of teams that figure to want one of the game's better possession receivers, including the Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Titans. Johnson said he's open to talking to any team and said he'd be interested in any team that's interested in him. KEYSHAWN JOHNSON "Any time you can play football, most situations interest you," he said. "You listen to everything. It's a process. You take the information and process and see if things are a fit. I don't know where anybody's process is or where they're heading." 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up ..... Latex Flat White Paint .......... $5.99gal. Oil Outside White Paint ....... $11.99 Roller Pan Set ......................... $2.49 -::..-,.,..,- 3 .. Brushes ................. ............... 99 ea. :! SALE PRICES OOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Tank .Johnson Released From .Jail CHICAGO Bears defensive tackle Tank Johnson was released from jail Sunday after spending two months behind bars for violating parole in a 2005 weapons case. Wearing a red baseball cap and white T-shirt, Johnson walked out of Cook County Jail smiling broadly He did not speak to reporters before getting into a sports utility vehicle and leaving. He was released on good behavior after serving half his four-month sentence. The 25-year-old player is to have a hearing with NFL commis sioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday in New York and could face a multigame sus pension by the league Johnson's jailing in March stemmed from a Dec. 14 police raid on his Gurnee home, where authorities found six unregistered firearms. Floyd Says Oscar 'Can Call Me' About Rematch NEW YORK Retirement by definition is final. Let's be honest and say F I o y d Mayweather Jr. is taking a vacation The unofficial poundfor-OSCAR DE LAHOYA pound king said before his 12-round, split-decision victory over Oscar De La Hoya on Saturday that he would hang it up for good afterward. But he hedge d at a post-fight press conference and said during a whirlwind media blitz in New York on Thursday that he' s waiting for De La Hoya to call for a rematch. "We had a good fight," Mayweather said, chomping on a sandwich at HBO headquarters. "I think that number two would be even b etter, because we can fight to eto toe. And I rea lly have nothing e lse to prove in this s port." Titans Cornerback Caught Speeding Days Before Appeal Hearing NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Adam "Pacman" Jones promised in a full -page ad that he had learned a lifetime of lessons in recent weeks. The Tennessee Titans' cornerback may have had a hard time convincing NFL commis sioner Roger Goodell that really is true. Jones met Friday in New York with the man who sus pended him from the NFL for the 2007 season for conduct detrimental to the league. The cornerback appealed for leniency during his second meeting with Goodell since April3. But Goodell went into the hearing knowing Nashville police ticketed Jones for speeding four days before Friday's hearing League officials declined to comment, and a decision was not expected Friday. Jones' lawyer, Manny Arora, accompanied the play er, but declined to comment after the h e aring. Jones and his attorneys argued the suspension for 16 games was "unprecedented" in its harshness for someone who has not been convicted despite five arrests and 10 incidents in which he has talked with police since the Tit.ans drafted him in 2005 In a 24-pag e l ette r to the league l ast week, they detailed at lea s t 283 arrests since January 2000 in which none of the players in v olved had been suspended for a full season. The letter also said Jones, whose own arrests weren t on the list could take the league to court. His latest incident only involved a traffic citation, which included not having his driver s license. Jones was stopped at 12: 45 a.m Monday on Interstate 65 heading into downtown after Adam 'Pacman' Jones stands next to his lawyer, Roger May, during a court appearance in Murfreesboro, Term in this Jan. 11,2007. an officer clocked him on radar at 79 mph in a 55 mph zone Jones was driving his red 2004 Cadillac XLT he bought at police auction last fall. Police seized the Cadillac last spring in a drug bust. The car was not registered to Jones then, but he told a local TV reporter he had loaned the Cadillac to some one for a music video. Police called the. man who had the car the main target of their investigation That can't impress Goodell, who warned both Jones and Cincinnati receiver Chris Henry, suspended for eight games, when the suspensions were announced April 10. I must emphasize to you that this is your last opportunity to salvage your NFL career, Goodell wrote in letters to the players Jones' punishment stemmed from arrests in February for obstruction of police in Georgia and public intoxica tion and disorderly conduCt in August 2006. Goodell also wasn't happy Jones failed to report the February arrest and a March arrest for mari juana possession which was later dismissed. TAlVIPA BAY BUCCA.NEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 @Seattle Seahawks 4:15p.m. Sept. 16 New Orleans Saints 1:00 p.m. Sept. 23 St. Louis Rams 1:00 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Carolina 4:05p.m. Oct. 7 @ Indianapolis Colts 4:05p.m. Oct. 14 Tennessee Titans 1:00 p.m. Oct. 21 @ Detroit Lions 1:00 p.m. Oct. 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05p.m. Nov.4 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 p.m. I BYE WEEK I No'' 18 @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m. Nov. 25 Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. Dec. 2 @New Orleans Saints 1:00 p.m. Dec. 9 @ Houston Texans 1:00 p.m. Dec. 16 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 p.m. Dec. 23 @ San Francisco 49ers 8:15p.m. Dec. 30 Carolina Panthers 1:00 p.m.

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c m (/) 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 thoughts. Affirmation: I calm my emotions by forgetting about the past. CANCER (June n -July n) This morning the vibrations point you toward communicating with your dearest friend It will be easy to say the words you've been wanting to say, and there is a wonderfully h igh chance that your partner will finally hear your message the way you want it heard Affirmation: Cooperation with others is the key to success for me today. LEO (July 23-Aug n) Push. Now is a good time to push. Your energy is higher than :ver. Someone might getoffwde '<:f, but you can't please every one. Hire a pro for something you plannec! to do yourself, especially if a expertise is involved. Affirmation: Th_is day is a gift tHat I desenie. 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 ca n 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 tliink 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. n) Quit rushing around You frequently help others so why dre you troubling over asking for the help you need today? Ask and when you rece i ve say Thank You! You are blessed with many supportive friends. Affirmation: I change the way I look at business today. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 13 -Dec. 21) Your mate has a sweet surprise He or she might be a little timid about revealing it unless you present a very receptive mood Choose your words carefully. You will receive good news about a loan or financial invest ment. Affirmation: I let my words reveal the not-so-hidden truth about my being CAPRICORN (Dec 22.-Jan. 20) 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 independence and your ability 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 your art with your heart, and let your energy carry you upwards to your best, highest self. Keep emotions calm Affirmation: Success that has been following me is trying to catch up ARIES (Mar. 21-Aprl12o) If you brought your work home, you'll have trouble relaxing. A moment of quiet time with yourself will bring you back to your center Your work really c:an wait! Rest is important to a busy one like yourself Affirmation: I give love an love gives to me. ASK DEANNA! (Real Real True Reality & Cuttin g Edge Ask Deanna! ls. an advice Lulumn known for its fearless approach to real itybased subjects! Ask Deanna! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at ] :oopm in Los Angeles, CA. Dear Deanna! A good friend and I became lovers and our friendship was ruined in the process I had high hopes that our friendship was strong enough to bear any storm. Before we started dating I was with someone else sexually. I became pregnant and thought I was certain who the father was. we were all shocked when the paternity test indicated a third man in my life. I am torn inside have lost my best friend and become a single parent. How can I at least get my friendship back? Tammie Richmond, VA Dear Tammie: You have made a mess of your l i fe and blazed a trail of destruction. You should be embarrassed and ashamed of yourself with your recreational sex and loose morals. Your friendship was lost the moment you became intimate and completely killed with your pregnancy. 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ENTERTAINMENT Bobby Sues Whitney For custody Of Bobbl K ,Just when it seemed all would be calm and quiet between Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston following their April 4th divorce, the "King of R&B" snapped out of a self-proclaimed haze and realized he was not happy with his custody arrangement. BOBBY BROWN Brown is now suing his ex-wife in_ an effort to change the custody terms for their 14-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina. Houston was granted sole legal and physical custody after she request-four days and incapable of ed an expedited divorce and fighting for custody of Bobbi Brown failed to respond by. Kristina. He said Houston the court-apppinted deadtold rum she'd give him six line. months to respond to see if In documents filed Apr. 26 could reach common in orange County Superior ground. Court, the 40-year-old for-Upon finding out that mer New Edition member Houston had sought a says that financial and emo-defaultjudgment in order to tiona} problems kept him fast-track the divorce and from responding to win custody of Bobbi Houston's divorce Kristina, Brown says he in time. was shocked and, "simply "It was no secret that I (as put, could not believe it." well as Whitney) had finan-In Houston's custody cial commitments which we hearing, she told the court could not meet," the suit that Brown is "unreliable. If reads. "Additionally, after he says he's going to come, Whitney and I had separat-sometimes he does. Usually ed, I had no where to go and he doesn't." But Brown says very little money to live on. I in his filing, "I believe I have was, for all intents and pura wonderful relationship poses, homeless. My mar-with my daughter Bobbi riage had fallen apart, I was Kris -a relationship that I without a home, I had no would like to see strengthen money, and I was experienc-and grow." ing legal problems associated Brown is seeking shared with my child support oblig-custody, child support and ations. It is no wonder that spousal support, and says he by the end of 2006 I had doesn't believe that become distraught and Houston has provided a depressed." copy of their prenuptial Brown also said he was agreement to the court. He unable to afford a plane tick-admits that Houston veret to Boston to appear at a bally told him that their contempt hearing on the prenup excludes spousal delinquent child support for support, but he says he his two other kids, which doesn't have a copy of the landed him behind bars for document. ift>U.'C #12eZltn BECOME A diSTRibUTOR OR Buy IT! www.drlnkbazl.blz/mbpatty Oprah Given Honorary Doctorate At Howard OPRAH WINFREY Some 2,200 soon-to-be Howard University graduates looked on as their com mencement speaker, Oprah Winfrey, nearly broke down while receiving an honorary doctorate in the field of humanities. School President B. Patrick Swygert presented her with the honor and declared her a "citizen of the universe," adding: "We now name you a daughter of Howard University." "You can receive a lot of awards in your life, but there is nothing better," Winfrey said before pausing in an attempt to keep her emotions in check, "there is nothing better than to be honored by your own." She dabbed at tears that had escaped and accepted a handkerchief from Swygert, who later promised to add it to the uni versity's permanent archives. The talk show host then launched into a 20-minute speech that is sure to go down as one of the most inspirational in history. "I'm here to tell you today, 'Don't worry. Don't worry about it. Relax .... All you have to know is who vou are,'" her address began. she spoke of topics familiar to "Oprah" fans: her roots at a TV station in Baltimore, where bosses told her she was "too black, too emotion al," and attempted to change her TV name to something more common, but she refused. Finally, Winfrey was put' on a talk Show, she said, to run out her contract. The Game Arrested After Search Of Glendale Home LAPD arrested The Game on Friday following a threehour search of his 5,000-square-foot Glendale home in connection with an incident that took place in February. According to the Los Angeles Times, the rapper was hauled down to the precinct on suspicion of mak ing criminal threats during a pickup basketball game at a park in South Los Angeles. An LAPD source says the 27-year-old is suspected of pulling out a gun and using it to threaten another person on He was released Saturday morning after posti ng $50,000 bail, according to the county sherifrs department. Somehow, TMZ.com got hold of footage taken of The Game in the LAPD holding tank, where he can be seen flashing a wad of cash and flashing "the dub" ("W") sign for "West coast." Born Jayceon Taylor, The Game was filmed by Los Angeles news station KABC-THE GAME. TV at the time of his arrest. As he was being driven off in the back of a patrol car, he stuck his tongue out at the camera and said: "I want to say that I'm not guilty, and I love California." In November, The Game was arrested in New York City after authorities said he told a cab driver that he was an undercover police officer, persuading him to run a series of red lights. Prince Gigs Added After 21-Run Sells Out Within Hour Within days of announcing his upcoming summer series of concerts in London, Prinee and his band were at KOKO night club 5/lO.giving the Brits a preview of whars in store. Within minutes of tick ets going on sale for the fii'St seven of his 21 scheduled shows, they were all sold out. The Prinee tickets became available to the public at 9 a.m. on 5/11. According to British-based Website NME, an internet booking site crashed after it took just 20 minutes for more than 140,000 tickets to be snatched by fans. Hours later, some of those .21 priced tickets found their way onto Ebay listed at five-times the asking price. To accommodate the demand, eight more shows have been added to his first seven scheduled for the 02 Arena on August 1, 3, 4, 7, 10, 11, and 14. The new dates will take place on August 17, 18, 28,31 and September 1, 9, 12 and 13. Meanwhile, Prince and his band played a surprise gig at London's KOKO Sporting all black except for a white hat and white high heel shoes, the artist took the stage at around 11:30 p.m. to the instrumental ofhis classic hit, Gett Off." His set includ ed a few more instrumentals, plus new tracks, covers, and songs that showcased his band, reports NME. PRINCE Prince gave the crowd a huge portion of his greatest hits, including u Got The Look," "Kiss, "Cream," "Let's Go Crazy" and an impassioned version of "Nothing Compares To U." PIincl' To I.aulll'h Pcrfuna Prince is set to launch his own perfume. The name' of the fragrance, 3121, is also the name of his last studio album, which was released in 2006. According to official site 3121perfume.com, it's described as a kaleidoscope of rich florals .. .Xquisite (sic), Mystetious, Xotic (sic)", The perfume is set to go on sale on Ju]y 7. As previously reported, Prince will perform in London this summer for 21 nights, kicking off with seven shows at the 02 Arena Otl August 1, S, 4, 7, 10, 11, and 14 as part ofthe Earth Tour .

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MR. GEORGE F . FISHER Homegoing services for Mr. George F. Fisher of 2409 21st Avenue, who passed away Wednesday, May 9, 2007, will be held Thursday, May 17, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Foster M. Garvin, officiating. lpterment will be in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. Mr. Fisher was born October 15, 1913, in Hampton, Virginia, to the late George and Rosa Fisher. George was th e last of 3 brothers born to their-par-. ents. vetenui of ,_. -He was a very religious man who was generous. George was also very kind and a loving husband and friend. He leaves to cherish his memories: his devoted wife, I.eeAnna Fisher; the Roberts, Firlow and Moor-man families; and neighbors. The remains will repose one hour before service time on Thursday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther Xing, Jr. BIYCI. Tampa, Fl 33610 Pl (81J) 232.a725 Fax (813) 2J1.0521 Harmon Funeral Hon1c .fohn '\V. I Iarmon. J FD. FREE QUOTES < >wncr/l'vl anagr 500.2 N. -lOth St. 626-8600 $16950 Includes Casket, Limo, Lead Car & Hearse Morning Glory Funeral (hapel 236-1309 RESI;HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK "A Community Pride" ,..15 E;-Jia!lfl!l Tampa33610 . Spac:es Mona.ments Markers ,:::DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS . -I c m U) MRS. ANNETIE MARIE ANDERSON POOLE Funeral services for Mrs. Annette Marie Anderson Poole, who passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2007, will be held this Friday, May t8, 2007, at 11 a. m. at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, Tampa, with Rev. Henry Lyons, servant/teacher, officiating. Interment will follow in St. Mary Cemetery, Seffner. Mrs. Poole was a native of Seffner. She was a faithful member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church up to and through her illness. She was a loving and caring mother and sister. She was called, peacefully by her Lord and Sa vi or Jesus Ch l'ist to her home of etern1ti rest. She leaves behind to honor her life: her mother, Julia Anders(in; 4 beloved children, Jacquline \Voodard (E_ugene), Clifford Poole. Jr. Bertha \Villiams, and Arthur Poole (Teresa); to grandchildren; Latika Johnson, Shawn J .ohnson; Conshairo Johnson, Jernard Johnson, Clifford Poole, Ill, Anthonio Poole, Artineese Poole, Artrecse Poole, Tyven Poole and Julia Moulton; 9 siblings, Betty Benjamin (Thomas), Selley Anderson, Jr. (Lisa), Ronnie Anderson (Charlotte), Clarence Anderson (Kathy), Curl Lee Anderson (Patricia), Timmie Anderson, Michael Anderson (Antionette), Leonard Anderson (Angelita), and Bernard Anderson (Valerie); special friend, Dave Brown; a host of loving aunts, uncles, nieces, ne1,hews, cousins and very caring friends. Visitation hours for Mrs. Annette Marie Anderson Poole are from 6-8 p. m. this Thursday evening, May 17, 200i, at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 4oth Street, Tampa. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p.m. John Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers IN MEMORIAM MS. ILENE HUDSON It's been one yeat since you've been gone and it still seems like yesterday. Mom, you ate truly missed. Love, your children: Ronald, Kim, Crystal, Adrian and family. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY CHRISTOPHER TYRONE DALLAS Together today, gone tomorrow. Why? I sawbeauty so deep it engulfed my world. Why? Now, I wish it was me, it seems that the only way I can break free. Why? Time shared gone, moments forever lost and forever waiting to. exhale. Why? Afraid of tomorrow and yesterdays. Why? Your hands clenched, head slightly lowered, eyes closed tightly and thoughts emptied. Why? No promises of tomorTow, no more hearing your soft sweet voice, no strong shoulders for strength and no life to continue. Why? Still missing you, Christopher Tyrone Dallas, st6t977 Your wife, Tasha. local news. education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 IN MEMORIAM BERNICE JOHNSON RIP Momma Bernice. You are dearlv missed on this Mother's Day (every day). Our loss, God's gain. Love, your children, Clarencia Sims, a.k.a., April, Melissa. Wallace and Clarence Gordon, a.ka., Chic. STATE YahYieh Ben YahYieh Dies At 71 YAHWEH BEN YAHWEH Yahweh Ben Yahweh, the South Florida sect leader, has died in Miami, his lawyers said last Tuesday. Lawyer Ben Kuehne said Yahweh, 71, died in his sleep overnight. "Cancer is the cause," Kuehne said. Yahweh had been ill with prostate cancer. The self-proclaimed ''Rlack Messiah," Yahweh based his operation in the bunker-like Temple of Love in Liberty City, once telling his followers that white people were terrorists and that unbelievers were dev ils. Convkted of conspiracy, he served 11 vears of an 18-vear federal sentence. Born Hulon Mitchell Jr. in Oklahoma, the preacher and activist moved to South Flol'ida in 1978 and changed his name to the Hebrew words for ''God, son of God." ed l\ liami neighborhoods According to a book on Yahweh written by former Miami Herald reporter Sydney P. Freedberg, Yahweh was the oldest child of a minister. He joined the Nation of Islam before turning up in Orlando as Brother Love and eventually finding fertile ground among the poor and black in Miami. Yahweh, called himself a prophet and wore a turban and flowing white robes. He amassed a real estate and business empire worth at least $8 million. He won favor with prominent local politicians, who considered him a posithe force for inner city neighborhoods. Yahweh and his fol lowers opened grocery stores, hotels and ai)artment complex es. Just a month before Yahweh's indictment in 1990, then-MaYor Xavier Suarez declared Oct. 7 as Yahweh Ben Yahweh Day. In October 2006, after Yahweh completed fhe years of parole, two of his lawyets, Jayne Weintraub and Steven Potolsky, went to fed eral court in an attempt to end his parole. They said the prostate cancer had metastasized and he was dying. The attempt to free him ftom parole ultimately succeeded, \Vcintraub said Tuesday. 0 ):> :< r-0 :0 Cl l> (J) m z .--i z m r-1 CD c r rm ::::! z llJ 'en :I: m 0 m < m :0 -< -I c m (J) 0 l> z 0 ., :0 0 A charismatic leader, he foltl'lded the Nation of Yahweh, boasting thousands of followers who ofttn dressed in \vhite and who once \\'On praist fm rl'ltabilitating blight-Yahweh had been lhing alone in aftt.r rl'll':ISl' ;g from prisnn .. his lawyl'l'S said. C> and hl' had klpt away from his m fornwr folhnnts.

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,.... 0 0 N It) ...... s sifieds c i2 &L c z 4( 0 0 w IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA (General Jurisdiction Division) CASE NO.: 05-10121 (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 Th i rteenth Judicial Circuit w in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein BRITTON CAPITAL, INC.; [ij ARONELL. LLC ; JONATHAN and CAROLYN SHAPIR, as Tenants O by the entireties ; PHILLIP and ECATERINA TRAUB ; PETER GOMEZ ; W CHARLES FLAXMAN IRREVOCABLE TRUST ; JOHN and TONYA GOMEZ, X as assignees of CITY FIRST MORTGAGE CORP . are the Plaintiffs and YOUR PLACE, LLC ; OLD REPUBLIC NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE 1D COMPANY and UNKNOWN PERSONS IN POSSESSION at 802 East Laurel Q. z t= w ..J ..J m 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 property as set forth in said Final Judgment. to wit : LEGAL DESCRIPTION ..J w z t= Lots 3 and 4. Block 23 less right of way and together with beginning at Z 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 oC 4631.66 feet lying Westerly of a chord whose length is 114.38 feet and 0 bearing South, 1, East to a point thence South 1, east 4 70 feet to a point i2 thence North 400, West 8 .88 feet to a po i nt on east boundary thereof thence 9 North 00, East 112.28 feet to point of beginning in Mobley's Subdivision as &L per map or plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book a. Page 539, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida, all lying and being in Section 13, Township 29 South Range 18 East (Folio 1193026 0000) Lot 1, leas road right of way, Block 9 Emery & Simmons Addition to Tampa, accord'mg to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book a Page 596, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida (Folio 1193069-0000). 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 a Page 596, of the Public Recorda of Hillsborough County, Florida {Folio 1193071-0000) 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 WITHIN 60 DAYS RTHESALE. ,n accordance wllh the Americans with Disabilities AD.. pet10nt needing a special accommodation to participate in this hearing, should contact 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-ano. PAT COLUER FRANK AS CLERIC OP THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough CounlJ, Florida By: lei SANDRA GLENNON DEPUTY CLERIC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA c ... No.: 07006411 DMSIONC Jareen Shennan 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 33102 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fall 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 Clert 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 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 de Itt'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 plead i ngs 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 a,. entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court dministrator's A .D.A. Coordinator (813) 272-7040, 800 E Twiggs St Room 600, Tampa, FL 33802. wfllin 2 wortting days of your receipt of this notice If you are hearing or voice impaired call1-800-955-8n1 Dated April18. 2007. PA.TFRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: It/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 @ 3:00 p.m. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 p.m NOTICE ATLANTIC SKANSKA, INC Is committed to providing opportunities for qualified Local Business, DM/DWBE Owned Businesses to participate in the bidding of the Northwest Regional V\IRF Expans ion in Tampa, FL. on May 30, 2007 Atlantic Skanska is an EO Employer Please fax letters of interest and include your Cert i fication or ability to qualify to : Atlantic Skanska, Inc. Attn: Anne Welngartz Fax : 678-460-2638 FOR PROPOSAL Competitive sealed qualifications will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville. Florida and publicly opened at the specified time for : RFP 005-07 HUMAN RESOURCES AND PAYROLL INFORMATION SYSTEM (HRIS) Responses are requested to be submitted by July 10, 2007 at 2 :30 p .m. Pre-Proposal Conference: May 31, 2007 at 1:30 p.m. at the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Governing Board Room, 7601 Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33137-6759. Product Demonstrations: August 27 through 31, 2007 at Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street (U.S. Hwy. 41 South), Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899 Specifications may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at hHp :/twww. watermaHers org/procurement or purchased from the PurChas i ng Offi ce Southwest Florida Water Management District 2379 Broad Street Brooksville, FL 34604-6899 or by calling 352-796-7211. extension 4132, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida) Respondents requesting packages through the District will be charged copying and shipping/handling costs in accordance with District Policy 13-2-Administrative Fees. The Distrid reserves the right to reject any or an responses received with or without cause. Steven II. Long C.P II. CPCII. CPPO I Contnlc:talllnager MPLOYMENT -------Riverview Area Child Care Needed For Infant In My, Homo. Referencesl8ackground Check Required Weekly Cash Pay Of$100. 00 Great Opportunity For Retired Mom 813-541-8387 START IMMEDIATELY National Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Am_ bitious Career Minded People. Full Training, FT/PT S5k S8k Per Month 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0251 f FREE Rent f Looking 4 Live In Person To Run Home Daycare Must Have 30 Hours Day Care, 5 Hour Literacy, CPR-first Aide For Children If Interested Call (813) 476-9522 Ask ForTe LALS Inc. Exper i enced Live-In Caregiver Wanted Weekend Caregiver Fri 7p.m. Mon 7 a.m Phone (813) 3n-5574 Or Fax Resume (813) 672-1659 alockhartprovider@yahoo.com *** Cleaning Jobs ... Immediate Openings For PartTime & Full Time Cleaning & Floor Technicians Also Experienced Janitorial Supervisors Must Have Clean Criminal Background Call(813)267-5343 Betweel) 6 A.M. & 8 A.M. PAINT DEPARTMENT Mil-Spec Painter For Precision Mac..,ining Co .. 1ST Shift, Shift 40+ Hour Per Week Musf Have Painting Experience, Ability To Maintain V O .C. 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NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10.00$11.00 3-11 $11.00-$12.00 Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED AB Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred Full Time Position Apply In Person 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Computer Programmer/Analyst II The Hillsborough County Health Department is recruiting for an entry level Computer Programmer/Analyst II (64001801 ). This position requires education or experience in the areas of relational database development and maintenance, the development of surveys and reports generated from survey data, and the use of web development tools such as ASP or In the event of an emergency, employees may be required to perform emergency operations functions. Apply online by May 22, 2007, at https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com. EOE/AANet's Pref/Drug-Free Workplace TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE Progress Village Academy is seeking to employ a Teacher Assistant to assist in the implementation of the A Beka Christian curriculum, working directly with children and interacting with parents Salary is based on experience. Contact the P.V:A. office at (813) 677-5988 to ascertain credential information and to schedule an interview appointment. MY Transportation, a rapidly growing passenger 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 valuable service to the community-look no further! AVAILABLE POSITION S Drivers Dispatchers All Applicants Must Be 21 Or Older Class A Maint. Techs COL Preferred! Paid Training Provided! Forming Nowl For: More Call: David Siedentopf 859-803-5337 www.l)lvtransit.corn An QppoJ1unlty Employer Must f:teve A Strong Work Ethic And Desire To Help People Must Heve An Excellent Driving Record Must Be Able To P .. s A Drug +Alcohol Scroen And Beekground Cheek We' Offer: A Poslttve Work Environment Opportunity For Growth And Advancement Competitive Wege And Benefit Peckeges Drlvere Stert At S11.7Sihour Full Time Beneflte Avelleble, Including Medtcel, Peld Holldeys, Vecetlon, And Life Insurance $200 Yeerly Sefety Bonus PUBLICATION DEADLINES: Tuesday Edition Friday @3:00P.M. -----Friday Edition Tuesday@ 3:00P.M. 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This individual will also have responsibility for specific fundraising initiatives. Requirements: High energy level and ability to develop cr.eative approaches Excellent written, ii'l terpersonal, presentation, and multi-tasking skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Conege degree required. 2-5 years experience in fundraising or experienced in sales with some knowledge and experience in fundraising. Bi-lingual a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Office software. Send resume and salary requirements to: mmarrs@educationfoundation.com or fax to 813-231-1905. The Hillsborough Education Foundation is a charitable, non-profit organization. We offer a competitive salary, good benefits, medical and life insurance and retirement benefits. 3502 Lindell Avenue 31212 Brick Good Condition, Fenced Shop In Backyard 100% If Needed Call (813) 270-1188 All Credit Welcome 412 & 1/1 With In Ground Pool & Spa No Credit Check Also Available 3 & 4 Bedroom Ho nies Move Today! 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Officer Shot Serving Warrant; Suspect Dies KEVIN D. HUNTER ... Died of Alleged SelfInflicted What began as a routine warrant arrest early Friday ended w'ith an officer being shot, the suspect dead, and a woman being charged. Pol ice were attempting to arrest the man on a war rant. The warrant was issued on May 2nd." According to police, T : unpa Police Master Patroi Officer John Armao and lwo other veteran officers responded to 711 Ca,;tlc Court, (ncar Temple TerrnceJ, s hortly after li a.m. Friday, to assist a rep resentative from S. Bazarte Bail Bondsman Oflice pick up : 38-year-old Kevin. D. Hunter. Hunter was reportedly wanted for failure to appeqr for caiTying n conweapon. He had been n:leased fro!n prison in 2006. Upon ar-riving nt the rcsich:ncl'. p erativc. She reportedly f11ld porice Hunter was not in the house, police said. As the officers entered the res-idence, they. located Hunter and ordc"rcd him to show his hands, police said. t\s the officers attempted to arrest Hunter, he Is alleged to havt opened on the officers striking Officer ROSHAWNDA RHANES ... faces Accessory After Fact Charge Armao in the face and shoul der. The officers reportedly returned fired and retreated. from the home. Police said Ms. Rhanes left the home as well with one child, reportedly :eaving oth ers inside. At 6:53 a,m. polic e said Hunter fatall y shot himself with small children still in the home The children were placed i'rr protective custody Ms. Rhanes was transport ed to the Tampa P o l icc Department, where she was questioned about the incident. After a review by the H11lsborough County State Attorney's Office, Ms. Rhanes was arrested anrl charged with one count of ncccssory after fact. She wns released from the Hill:-borough County Jail nftcr posting bond. Officer Armao was trans ported to a local hospital with non-lite threatening injuries. He underwent surgery and is reportedly in stable condition According to a spokesman for the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office, no funeral hom c had been assigned to handle arrangements for Hunter as of press time CRIME . Man Jailed For Allegedly Choking Pregnant Wife HENRY BLUE Tampa Police arrested 42-year-old Henry Lee Blue Saturday night for allegedly choking his pregnant wife during an argument. Police said Blue report edly dragged his wife off a bed by h e r throat, then dropp ed h e r o n the floor When s h e tried to l eave, Blue alleged l y forced h e r to stay in t h e b e droom with their year-o ld c hild Blue i s b e ing held without bond on charges of aggravated battery on a pregnant female and false imprison ment. Reward OW.red For Arrest Of.Fugltlve Crime Stoppers of Tampa is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that will lead to the arrest of 22-year-old Jermaine Mobley. Mobley is wanted for traf ficking in cocaine, carrying a concealed firearm, posses sion of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest . Mobley reportedly has been arrested 30 times in Hillsborough County s ince 1996 and i s currently on pr9bation until 2008 for prior drug f'l loil in possession of a firearm, and resistihg arrest. Individuals-wishing to remain anonymous nnd b e eligible for .a cash t'ewnrd are asked to call Ct'ime Stopp e t s nt. 1-800-873 -TIPS (8477). Couple Charged With Child Neglect ANTHONY DAVIS Tampa police arrested a couple Sunday morning for allegedly leaving a 2-yearold unattended in a hotel room for more than 3 hours Police said guests at the Days Inn, 2901 East Busch Boul eva rd, called a manager at the hotel to report a child crying about 12 :30 a.m. When the manager went to the room, h e found an open door and a child standing alone in the room, crying. That' s when police were called According to the report, TREASHANA GRAHAM Anthony Davis, 24, said he left the child in the room and went to meet his girlfriend, Treashanna Graham, 23, at the Gold Rush Strip Club where she works. Police said afterward, the couple went to the Hard Rock Cafe for several hours. When the couple returned to the room, police arrested them on child neglect charges. Davis is still in jail on a $2,000 bond, but posted bail and was released. Man Charged In Sword Death Hillsborough County Sherifrs deputies have arrested a man on charges of killing another man with a SW9rd. According to the report, on Saturday at 8:15 p.m., Willie Tarpley, Jr., 46, went to the home of his estranged wife. Deputies said he had moved out 5 days earlier. Tarpley allegedly entered the residence through the garage with his garage door opener where there was a supposedly belonging to his estranged wife's new boyfriend, Lee Alexander, police said. Deputies said Tarpley armed himself with a 42-inch Katana Sword from his collection in the garage. He entered the residence where confronted his wife and her n e w hm friend. Dt puties said TaJ:pley, while holding his i5-month old daughter, allegedly put the sword to Alexander's neck and threatened to cut hi s 'head off. Tarpley then turned the sword on his wife Uncle Sandy Says 3 6; 1'1, "The purpose of llfe13, 15, 19, 20, 23, Ia a life of 27, 30, 35, 39 ur ose." WILUE TARPLEY, o!R. and threatened dep\lties reported. . Deputies said 'l.'arplel: ordered Alexander : to ,ileaV,e the residence. As was backin" g out garage; he bac'ked .-ih'ito Tarpley's corvette vehi cle Tarpley allegedly \yalked up the vehicle and stuck the sword .into the windew of Ale)Cander's vehicle, pierc ing him underneath his arm. Alexander got out of his vehicle and tried to flee on foot, but collapsed in roadway, wl1ere h e died Tarpley left the tesidt>nce with his daughter, but retun1ed as deputies wi?re arri\ing. He was on charges of assault with n Wt:'npon and mutdet' Ht' is ht'ld \\'ilhout bnnd (JI I\; 0 0 ....... "TT r-0 J:J c )> en m z ::::! z m r;m c: r r-gJ z ., c aJ _,.. en :% m c m c: m en c )> z c 'T1 lJ i5

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