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Celebrating 62 Years In The Bay Area. Victim Shot 5 Tim ln. Drive-By .'Critical'. SEE STORY ON PAGE 19 ,., ________ ..., >!. SEE PAGE 3 .. o :. o A 0 0 0 : \ o o : .. SEE PAGE 2 "- :::. : ; Willner .. .. ce :contest > ., 'ff! J>,.; : ; ;; SEE PAGE 3 -,. --. .. -. t = :One: Woman/ill _, Clearld. 1 / .... .. :..-.,,. ... _. :, .' I : -j' SEE PAGE 19 : FIRE R ECRUITS.GRADUATE c The City of Tampa and Hillsboroti" gh :"c b 'uhfy 'Fire .. Departments awarded .schohfrships to ind. i'vlduals wishing to become firefighter. s Tho.se si.xteen individuals have completed training at LEi aryTephnical :. Center and graduated on June __ 1 st. sponsored eight of the recruits. Among the gradua tes, shown in the photograph' fron:-left. : right, are Brandon Harrison, StePhens, and 'Anthony Morejon (Photograph by. J .erry Brunsofl). o : o oj, L \' i \ :' ; Lll.r, o


FEATURES 1'-0 0 C\1 --. Central Avenue Remembered: w z WEDU Production Pays Tribute To -._ocal Main Street For African-Americans On Thursday, June 14th, WEDU will air an encore pre sentation of Central Avenue Remembered, a 30-minute WEDU documentary honoring and exploring AfricanAmerican histo11y in the JAMES TOKLEY Tampa Bay area: Thi"s spell binding documentary takes its lead fro-m Tamp a Laureate James Tokley's, poem of" the same name, and paints a rich picture of Tampa's past, depicting joy and pain, struggles and suecesses, and transports the viewers to a time when the music and sounds of an era to New York; a center for instilled an immense sense of African-American culture in pride. the first half of the 2oth centuname a few. Even Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., whose fiery speech in 1962 prompted bomb threats, enlightehed and inspired resi dents of Central Avenue. While a place that many rec ognized figures frequented, it was the locals that were the heart of this main street and many of the most compelling stories of this WEDU program originate with them. The documentary, Central Avenue Remembered, introduces viewers to descendants and relatives of this community, such as Moses White, who ran two popular diners known for three hot Central Avenue Remem-ry. bered explores the history of Central Avenue Remem-dogs for a quarter but also c Central Avenue, once home to bered explores a time in the gave food to the needy; Clara CC more than 100 Black-owned city's history that many still Frye, a nurse whci established u.. businesses and a bustling remember fondly. It was more a hospital for blacks in her Cz h b d' th than a main .street; it was a home; and Arthenia mg tcm Istnct at att:ractdestination and a viable place < ed locals and visitors alike. Joyner, state senator and > for black businesses. During 4frican-"T}\e -Butterfly Ch_arles, Duke Ellington ffi openiy discrimin ated against:-M:c.Queen ("Gone With the and Count Basie a-Il rlj It was to what Hadem Wind") and Ray Charles to appeared at the club during c it's height of popularity. The documentary also highlights (J)..J HAVE "'QU BEEN: Willie Robinson who was I:D I 1 the owner of the Jackson. House, a Black boarding house which hosted :::) INJURED IN A of players and visitors passing through .Tampa; in fact, Ella Fitzgerald wrote her biggest hit "A-Tisket-A-Tasket," in front living room. j::: w '..J ..J :::l I:D ..:. w z j::: z w (/)

FEATURES Bay Area P rofessor Wins '#1 Dancing D a d Contest BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor A Bay Area father was select ed as the #1 Dancing Dad in a dance contest Saturday at Citrus Park Mall. Dr. Craig Bythewood, a professor of Finance and Economics at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, was one of 12 contestants (1 other African American) in Tampa who com. peted for Hallmark's "Daddy of All Dance-Off." Tampa was one of 8 cities across the country where the dance contests were being held. The event was sponsored by Hallmark Cards, Inc. in recognition of Father's Day, Sunday, June 17th. As Tampa's winner, Dr. Bythewood received a 42" LCD flat screen TV and quali fied to win $5,000 via nation. wide online voting. Voting began o n Monday and will continue through 1 p. m. on Thursday, June 14, 2007 on www.hallmark.com, One vote is allowed per person. DR. CRAIG BYTHEWOOD The winner will be announced on www.hallma.rk.com on Friday, June 15th. With a limited number of songs to choose from, Dr. Bythewood selected MC Hammer's 'U Can't Touch This' that he moved and grooved to. "That was the only song with some bass to it," he said. "The other was Barry White, a rock piece and a country piece." Other winners came from Charlotte, NC, Denver, CO, Hartford, CN, Houston, TX, Phoenix, AZ, Sacramento, CA and St. Louis, MO. A graduate of Howard University, Bythewood said he was the member of a break dance group that called themselves, "The Fresh Force" while a student at Howard. He has always been known for his dancing, but this was his first official competition. "As a matter of fact, it was the wife of a good friend of mine who called on Friday night to tell me about the dance contest. They thought I'd be perfect for the competition. So, I was there Saturday morning for the regis tration at 10 a. m. and the com petition at 2 p. m.," he stated. "I had no idea I'd be the win ner." Dr. Bythewood is the divorced father of 3 daughters: Mecca, 5 years alP,; Nilaja, 3 and Nielle, 2. He is the son of Ms. Core n e Collins. Developments Proposed For East Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentine l StaffWriter Uptown Realty Investment and Cigar City Investment Corporation have partnered to bring a pair of commercial developments to East Tampa. Uptown Realty owns property at 2901 North 21st Street, and Cigar City owns a 750-square foot house at 2811 North 21st Street. Uptown Realty plans to put a 2,400-square foot office build ing with eight parking spaces on the vacant lot, and Cigar City plans to convert a concrete house currently at that location into an office with two parking spaces East Tampa Revita;1zation Chairman Sam Kinsey said both groups pre sented their plans to the partnership and they were impressed and in favor of the projects. I think this is good for this area It has been depressed for a long time We think commer cial businesses will turn out to be :very beneficial to East.Tampa." Mark Hamberg, vice president for both groups, said '>t. although several partners are involved in the projects, he expects construction to begin soon, and plans for both to be up and running in the next 12 months. I'm very anxious to see more commercial developments in the area. With all the new home construction going on in East Tampa, I don't think enough emphasis has been ;' This concrete home will be converted into an office. placed on developing commer cial properties Hamburg said the 2,400-square foot office building will come with retail potential as well. Tampa City Council has approved rezoning for both properties from residential to planned development. Since both properties are within the East Tampa CRA, they will have to meet the communitv's design guidelines. 16-Year-Old Missing Since Saturday Ms. Cecelia Degree says she wants her son to know that he's loved by the family. She wants to know if he's okay. According to Ms. Degree, Dorickey Givens, better known as 'Rickey,' left home Saturday morning about 11:30 a. m. going to the barber shop. She was not sure which barber shop he went to. She has not seen or heard from him since. This is the time he has not come home, which is very unusual for him, she said of her son. DO RICKEY (RICKEY) GIVEN S does not have a cell phone. Anyone who sees or knows the whereabouts of Rick e y should contact the Runaway 'unit with the Tampa Police Dept. (813) 276-3561, his mother at (813) 389-5795 or c m CJ) 0 l> c... c z m Ms. Degree said she has checked with his friends and has been riding throughout their Ybor City neighborhood, 19th St. and 28th Ave., to no avail. 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COLUMNS -t c m (J) C l< The So .le,.Man Speaks 1 -Another Vievv By RANDOLPH KINSEY c... c z m Things Not To Talk About! Property Tax Relief Or Propaganda? / f you're at a cocktail passed after all because of .party and you should faulty scoring! (Could it be ... meet Hillsborough that the scorers themselves School Superintendent had problems passing the MaryEllen Elia, Tampa FCAT?) Well, you've been Mayor Pam Iorio or Bank of warned! America Vice President And let's say you're at a fish R9xanne Amoroso, here fry. "Paint Your Heart Out are several. things you Tampa," or .something of the shouldn't want to talk about. sort .... and you happen to see THE CHOICE PROGRAM is Her Honor, Mayor. Pam a no-no! For goodness sakes, Iorio, PO-LEEEEEZE, do not do not bring it up in go over there and ask her.how Superintendent MaryEllen in the world the City is going Elia's presence or in the preto survive, if it has to sacrifice sence of any other a $30 million budget cut! She Hillsborough County School will look at you with a look Board member. It will cause that would have made the late great consternation and Tony Soprano squeal like a gnashing of teeth on their cornered mouse, as you look part, rather than to admit that into the depths of her con Hillsborough County Schools stant smile and realize you do are currently looking down not want to know what she's the same shotgun barrel being thinking about you at that aimed at Pinellas County particular moment! And by Schools. On the shotgun shells the way: Do not ask the Mayor are the words, "A RETURN how in the world the City is TO RACIAL SEGREGATION!" going to build a multi-million Furthermore, ifyou!d like to dollar art" museum, with a have a good time at that cockmulti-tnillion dollar -budget tail party, PLEASE do not cut! Nor should you ask her mention anything about why the City of Tampa is f you called your local i state legislator and didn't get an answer, that is because they aren't even in town. They are in Tallahassee spending our tax dollars in order to provide property tax relief. Property tax cuts are what citizens all over this 'state are screaming for. Citizens say their property taxes have doubled, and in some cases tripled. One thing that property owners are in agreement on, and that is property taxes have skyrocketed beyond their ability to pay. Legislators have heard the citizen's cries, and have called a special session to deal with this dilemma. The question is: Will citizens get property tax relief or a bunch of propa ganda? While legislators have tossed around several propos als for dealing with this tax situation, nobody is really many property owners have sure how to solve this prob-either sold their homes, lost lem with so many propqsals their homes or are thinking floating around. There is no about selling their homes general consensus, and it is because of the skyscraping appropriate to wonder if we tax charges. will get property tax relief or These people will not ,be sapropaganda? tisfied with anything the legA lot of people are so fius-islature .. does: short of real trated over their property : and true property tax relief. bill until they have a great Legislato _rs are in a bind. deal of hope that the legisla-While property. owners are tors will provide them some applying pressure on them to relief. It is highly possible cut property taxes, local govthat voters will remember ernments are reminding them what legislators did about that such cuts will cause seritheir pleas for property tax ous budget cuts that will relief than any other things affect their ability to provide that they may do between services to their citizens. now and election time. Is there a happy medium? Is At the risk of sounding there a solution that both melodramatic, I will venture property owners and local to say that the political governments can live with? careers -of many will depend Legislators need to come out on what comes out of this of-Tallahassee, and this spe special session. cial session with some "yes" That statement is not a answers to these questions. scare tactic. It is just a matter Propagan<;la only certainly of fact. From what I hear, won't "T1 r 0 l:J 6 )> (J) m z :::! z m r;t:D c r r m -f z SCHOOL BUSES! For pity about to create its own TRANsakes, do notlet it be known SIT DEPARTMENT when that you have problems with HART is its next-door neigh your children having to walk bor. For as her assistant will almost a mile -through a readily tell you, "NOBODY wilderness of increased sexual LIKES GUYS WH 0 TALK predators, reckless SUVs and TOO MUCH!" This Juneteenth! "tt c: tD r Cii :I: a city which is the lightning And finally, should you ever capital of the world to catch have the chance to meet the buses, which have developed a unflappable, irrepressible, bad habit of leaving students go-off-in-a-minute" Bank of even though they see them America Vice President running to get on board! Oh, Roxanne, "All-of-that-and-a if you value your skins, please bag-of-chips'; Amoroso, if don't mention that one! And 1 don't talk about F-CAT! FCAT, you va ue your nose, PLEASE FCAT, FCAT! Everybody, DO_ No: ask her why knows it doesn't work, and it Park Vdla_ge, when It was .only a Bush remade, wrll look inor e hke Administration ploy to make Wall-Street than a park or any more money for unseen seers other place where human who couldn't pass their own families might want to live tests if they were offered a forever! million dollars. So, PLEASE Trust me. I'm just trying to PLEASE, PLEASE do not keep you out of'trouble! So, if bother poor Superintendent you see these people, and you Elia with questions about ask those questions, DON'T why certain students who BLAME ME when you get passed the FCAT last year, you've alwaY.s got. A have been found not to have HEADACHE! o one in America truly wants to talk ab-out If it weren't true, race relations would be more about interaction than the poor demonstration we've come to display. Some will argue that not..since an airplane crashed through the Twin Towers in New' York City had America been so unified. Others will debate that the Iraq war has affected camaraderie in this country so much so until not tying "a yellow "ribbon 'round the old oak tree" has become one national sjrnbol of disloyalty. Yet, an astronomi cal number of us are steadfast in our opinion that "ain't noth in' changed." "'The people of Texas informed that in accordance with a Prodaination from the Executive of'the United :su-BSCRIB-E--TODAY: : "Th. e Voic;e of Our Community Speaking for Itself' I I I Sentinel Bulletin .I 248-1921 I. Name: -------------------------------Mailing Address: City: .. State: __ Zip:_. --'-----I .. Or Bring Payment To: 1 2207E.21stAve., Tampa,FL33605 : 6Months-$44 1 1 all slaves are free. This became popular;-and subse-m involves an absolute equality of quently, synonymous with c rights and rights of property Juneteenth celebrations such between former masters and as strawberry soda-pop. More m slaves, and the connection traditional and just as popular ?J heretofore existing between was the barbecuing, through -f them becomes that between which Juneteel).th participants C: employer and free laborer."' could share in the spirit and rn The above declarative statearomas that their ancestors-the C ment is known in American newly emancipated African history annals as General Order Americans, would have experi-> Number Three. "Dating back .enced during their ceremonies: Z to 1865, it was on June 19th Hence, the barbecue pit is oft_en that the Union soldiers, led by established as.the center of Major General Gordon attention at Juneteenth cele-c Granger, landed at Galveston, brations/' National Registry. Texas with news that the war While we're "dippin' and dabhad ended and that the bin '" in race relations-check enslaved were now free." At this out! "1he origin of'the the family reunion, ever con. term 'picnic \ derive's the sidered that Uncle Johnnie is acts of lynching African an alcoholic because his greatAmericans The word "picnic!' .. grandfather's father's father might have had to flee from his is rooted from the whole theme home in the dark of night and of Pick A Nigger.' This is .. the only way to get any rest at where would 'pic' a all was under the influence of Black' person to lynch and strong drink? No, he wasn't make this into a family trying to get drunk-he was only ing. There be music and trying to "take the edge off." a "picnic" ('Nic'), being the But, in the midst of all of that, -white for 'nigger.' he learned that there was a Whoever said a little bit of his : bounty on his head and the tory wasn't good for the barbeonly way to forget "was under h h? cue, u the influence of strong drink." Where are' all of party Thus, began what most historipeople at because all we need is ans, theologians and socioloa reason, y'all! Let's celebrate gists will surmise as the begin. ning of a generational curse. honor, tradat10_n. and tearmg "A range of activities were down curses. provided to entertain the massThrow on the bar-bee es, many of which continue in this Juneteepth, and let's cele_-C) tradition today ... certain foods brate. Peace Be Unto You. m


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< Program Expands ToHelp More Students Throughout County BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer More Hillsborough County schools will be included in an educational program aimed at helping low-income students attend college. -The Hillsborough County School Boar.d renewed their contract with the Center for Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Program on June 5th. The, original 2004 agreement between AVID and the school board was limited to only Plant City' High School, Marshall Middle and Tomlin JASON MIMS Middle School. Director, MIMS Institute The new $207,910 contract will include seven 'high One of the goals for the schools (Blake, East Bay, AVID program is to close the King, Lennard, Leto, FCAT achievement gap by 10 Middleton and Plant Ci .ty), percentage points, and and 13 middJe schools increase the number ofpoten(Eisenhower, Ferrell, tial first-generation college Franklin, Jennings, students and graduates. The Marshall, Memorial, Pierce, program is expected to begin Shields, Sligh, Stewart, in the participating schools Tomlin and Webb) during the upcoming school "The 21st century provides year. academically prepared young Mims believes that in order people from urban zip codes for the program to truly be exceptional opportunities to successful, the local commu_ pursue studies at America's nity must get involved. top said Jason "We plan to share informa. Mims, Director of the MIMS tion with faith-based minInstitute, a local non-profit istries located nearest to aimed at helping minority where AVID Program partici students attend college. "The pants live,'' said Mims. MIMS Institute will gather "Support by faith-based min information about AVID proistries mayhelp the targeted gram participants whO' live in students in these areas to zip code 33610." dreal? big." FLORIDA CORPORATION s999s FORM YOUR COMPLETE & INCLUDES: State Filing Fees, Company Seal & Book, Articles of Incorporation or Organiz ation, Compa ny Minut es, Corp By L a ws or LLC Regulations, Stock/Membership Certifica te, Preliminary N ame Search, Attorney's Fee immediately a v ailable WfTax 1.0. # Also Sub S Co rps., NonProfit Corp s Limited Partnersh ips, LLCs, DBAs, Trademarks, Bu siness Sal es/Purchases, and Offshore Corps '07, 06, '05, '04, '03, '02, 01 '00, 99 & '98 Corporations also avai l able for immediat e d e l i v e ry (813) 871 54 00 (800) 658 5900 TAMPA TOlL Spaogol & Utrera P A lawyers, 3&23 Wnt '"""'5""'"" E tlllnlllttrJruodl,tg Voting Applintion/Slips, Umbrtlla StMm, Rnum' C'.M Valtt Strvim Coffet & Jukts, Frtt.C.omplimrnlll')' Provocatii'C: Rth.un & Rrvtrent JnJ lntmctivc: Nott sliMs, Vilftos, & Wonhi?, c:tc ... Smlim. Ttmportirily bting htld@ AMC-14 Tbtatrr Wtstsbort Plaza MaU, Tampa Florida 'What: Morning Glory Smlim Wbtn: S11nday's J, 2007 08:11am 6 JO:JSam Why: It's Timt ........ (tiMing tht 8 : 111m stri only) Call ToiJ.Free 866-R-LOCK.ETr (756-2Sll) or Visit Our Website bnhllltdc.opycdc.org: (Begiooingjuly l, 2007) Wid YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AGENT RANSOME PETERMAN JR. "MAKING IT HAPPEN!" BY BRINGING BUYERS & SELLERS OF REAL PROPERTY TOGETHER! "THO.Mps cor: O_;y ned 3824 W SLIGH AVE. TAMPA, FL. 33614 1sT. TIME HOME BUYER SPECIALIST REAL ESTATE CONSULTANT AFFORI>ABLE HOUSING COMMITTEE GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE FAIR HOUSING COMMITTEE-VICE CHAIR TRAINER/MENTOR FOR NEW AGENTS. ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN MARKETING. BACHELORS DEGREE IN BUSINESS OVER 20 YRS. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE TOP AGENT 2005, 2006 & RUNNING ;=EXPERIENCE! PARTNERING & WORKING CLOSELY WITH V ARlO US HOUSING COUNSELING & DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE ENTITIES THRU OUT TAMPA. 3702 E. McBERRY $139,900.00 3 BDRM.1 BATH BUNGALOW 996 sq. ft COMPLETELY REMODELED. Bring your swing for the front porch or ., chill'.out-oh the rear porch Corner lot. 813-454:3173 3015 E. CAYUGA $159,900.00 BRAND NEW 3BDRM./2 BATH/ lCAR GARAGE'" 1150 sq. ft. IMME,:>IA TE OCCUPANCY 813-454-3173 -. : 4012 E. MOHAWK $179,900.00 ; 3bdrm./2 bath/ l car garage 1153 sq. ft. AVAILABLE NOW! V aulted ceilings ,. 813-454-3173 '3411 N. 47th st. $179,900.00 .. BRAND NEW-2007 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 3 bedrooms 2 baths 1 car garage. Roof ove:r patio in rear. Vaulted Ceilings 813-454-3173 Other New Homes "" Ava ilable! For More -Info t call: (813) I -1 c m en c C.. c z m ..... 1\) 0 0 ....., "T1 r-0 :!! en m z :::! z m r;OJ c: rr-!!l z "'C c: OJ r-u; % m c m < m -1 C: m tJ) c )> z c "T1 ::0 6


c a: LL. c z c( c C/) w ::::) ..... > a: w > w c w :::r:: C/) ::i m ::::) D. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) Ill ..!1 W z i= z w C/) c( c -a: 0 ..J u.. LOCAL 16 Fire Scholarship Graduate BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Last year, the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County Fire Rescue joined forces and provided scholar ships for the young men and women. Earlier this month, sixteen of those candidates graduated during a ceremony held at Leary Technical on June 1st. Shown from left to right: Tampa Fire Chief Dennis Jones, Ms There were eight graduates who will be employed at each department. Each department also lost two candidates durPaul1;1 Clark, Principal of Leary Technical Center, Fitzroy Stephens, Brandon Harrison, Anthony Morejon, and Ms. Nancy Couch, Division Chief, Hillsborough County Fire Rescue. (Photo by Jerry Brunson). ing the training. The scholarship recipients Ross was one of the top completed a high school prospects in the training program as country. Ross was the lead-Emergency Medical ing rusher in Hillsborough Technicians (EMT). They County and was voted were then required to com-Hillsborough County Player plete a twelve-week training of the Year in both his junior program required to become and senior high school years. firefighters. Applicants who successfully Those successfully completcompleting the program and ing the program and who will who will become firefighters become firefighters for the for the Hillsborough County City of Tampa are: Lonnie Fire Department are: Easterling; Kyle Henry, and Anthony Morejon. Tampa Fire Chief Dennis Jones said, "Through this program we wanted to make a fire service career move avail able to a diverse population. At this graduation we look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of the arship recipients with the community along with their families and friends." Hillsborough County FireChief Bill Nesmith said, "This talented group of young men .women are the future leaders of our .fire res-Boles, III, Keoni L. Brandon Harrison, Kyle Garrido, Ms. Latrel Henry, Bennett Johnson, Goodson, Cory Ricardo Levy, Ms. baker, Jaisen Randolp4, Stephanie Sher;m.ack,_Ms. Hector Rivera, and Lydell Jennifer Stanley, Fitzroy ROss. Stephens, and Clinton Ms. Goodson was the only Walker. cue services." -African American female is a native of Other officials address-among. the city's applicants: Great Britain and Ms. ed the graduatmg class Lydell Ross, a Tampa Shermack served as included Ms. Paula Clark, native, graduated from Class Representative during ofLeary'Adult Tech, Gaither High School and the ceremony. and Ms. Pat Bean, a scholarship to Ohio Others graduating from the Hillsborough County State. EMT program were Joseph Administrator Ministry Answers Call To City's Homeless Donna Potts (second from left, front) is shown with some of the homeless people who gathered at the "Gift Of event. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Ministry reached out-to b y '<-!'\ offering food and spiritual guidance to those who need On May 22, 2007, it 'the most through their dreds of Tampa'.s homeless "Gift _OfHope". event. people gathered at the Ministry Fol.lnder Donna Gaslight' Park, downtown as Potts said she was very Hope For Life Worth Living-with the turnout and she expects to do the same A BLICAL LUNCH BLESSED HOPE BIBLE COLLEGE thing in St. Petersburg. "These people are ignored by everything or seen as peo pie to avoid. No one is willing to just reach out to them Featuring the "66" Books of the Bible Saturdaj, June 16, 2007 11:30 A. M. Hilton Hotel Bayfront 331 First Street St. Petersburg Sponsored By THE WIST COAST COIIFERIJICI WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIITY_ OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THI ELIVJIIITH EPISCOPAL DISTRICT I ELDER MICHELLE B PAITY Ke)'J!ote Sp e ak e r ... DR. DORIS COP EL AND Mistress Q f C er e mony and show them some love. Sometimes, that's all they're asking for. Just for someone to show they care. S everal area ministries came in support of Hope For Life, including Love Conquers All Ministry of St. Petersburg, and members of the Homeless Coalition of Tampa Potts credits h e r associa tion with Deeper. Life_ Ministries in the past for allowing her the opportunity to help others. "D ee p e r Life did so much to h elp.me, and taught me how important it is for all of us to help each other. I owe them a lot of gratitude. "The primary objective of this miJ;tistry is to not just feed the homeless, but teach the m how tO. feed. them s e lv e s : Helping_ the m beG"ome self-sufficient is the best gift you can give them." co BISHOP MCKINLEY YOUNG, Resident Bishop Of The Eleventh email: blessedhope3415 @ verizon.net w Of The A.M.E. Church Please Come And Be Potts said more than 200 homel ess. people came to the ev ent at the park.


) LOCAL -t c: m en c Mortgage Burning Service c.. c: z m Beulah Baptist Church held a morigage burning service to burn the mortgage on the A. Leon Lowry Center. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Machele Maner, Vice President for Wachovia Bank, the 'paid in full' mortgage papers to. the -church. In the rear is organist, Mason Westbrooks. Left to right, Bobby Felder, Reginald Davis, Cornell ;.-' -.. Scott, and Michael Wright. Junior Usher. Board Is Havinl! A Fundraisin2 Pro2ram R e v v a I Theme: "The last SaYinl! Of Jesus On The Cross" .. fRIDAY JUNE .15. 2007 7:30 P. M. Also On EverYone Is Invited Dedicated Ones June 12-14 2007. R The New & Exciting e Allen Temple AME. Church v Summer 'Revival v a Rev w. J. Cook Rev .J. Mllfer I Evangelist. Pastor I Come & join u s as Rev Miller of takes u s t q a another lev e l Mother and daughter, Ruth Harper and Sandra Davis attended the mortgage burning service at Beulah Baptist Church. DR. ANN FAVORITE First Lady O f B eulah 7 P M E ac h Nig ht 2101 N. Low e S t r ee t T a m pa, F lori da ________ ......;.....;.. ___ .......; ___ ....1 Baptist MRS. GLORIA PHILMORE ..... N 0 0 ....., "'T1 r-0 :a en m z ::::! z m r;-. llJ c: r rm Trust-ees ::::! z Bryant, Clement "'tJ Brooks and Deacon C: Carl Thompson show their pleasure at the (ii burning of the mort-::r gage papers of the A. -Leon Lowry Center. m :::tJ -< -t c: m en c .. l> z C "'T1' 3005 EAST ELUCOTT S T REET, TAMPA FLORIDA 33610 ::!:! c ..... "11)\,;::. :..... REV. DR. T : W J E NKINS PASTOR, .. CELEBRATING ALL FATHERS! COME AND JOIN OUR NEW HOPE FAMILY SUNDAY JUNE 1 7, 2007 -FOR WORSHIP A T 7:4 5 A ND 10 :55 A .l\1. Special Guest: Mr. Ronald Brookins, CHAPS, Inc. m (0


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. SPORTS 0 0 C\1 N' ""'" w z ::::) .., .>"' en w ::::) 1- SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY Bucs Decide On Garcial fans have been asking and wondering who would be the starting quarterback for the. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Well, those fans now have their answer, I think! At last glance, Coach Jon Gruden had decided that newly-acquired Jeff Garcia is the man. and let it happen when the time comes. SoLong! Been Good To Kno w You! team. But like they say, this is just business-. The Champ Is A Lady Saturday passed the last leg of horse racing when the Triple Crown was run. It.was a seven horse, mile-and-a-half race atBelmont Stakes. The race featured a run to the wire down the stretch. Two horses went across the finish line first and second, separat ed by a head The winner was Rags To Riches, the only female horse in the race. Rags To Riches beat Curlin the winner of the Preakness. The win marked the first win by a fiHy in the Belmont in 102 years. Listen up guys in the Belmont, the champ is a lady Garcia did an excellent job last season with the Philadelphia Eagles, and he will probably do a good job C with the. Bucs. But is he better for the Bucs than Chris Q Simms? Would some presea Z son competition between C:C Garcia and Simms make both of them better So long, it has been good to know you! That is what the Miami Dolphins have said to quarterback Dante Culpepper. The Dolphins. knew that Culpepper was recovering from a serious knee injury. They rushed him back into action before he had re. covered. Shin Splints Slow Bonds' Chase Barry B onds was expected to pass Han k Aaron's career homerun record some time this month. From all indica tions, that is not going to happen. Bonds' chase of the record has slowed as Barry is sidelined by shin splints. c backs? Dante performed like a quarterback who was not ready to play. The Dolphins brought in Trent Green, a journeyman, and immediately told a now healthy Dante: Nobody is certain when Barry will break,the record. Shucks, no' one is certain when Bar'ry ,Bonds will resume the chase. f3 Maybe the next time some:: body asks Gruden about the 1quarterbacks, he will say that .is what is to happen, w See you! They aren't going to give him a chance to compete, a chance to show -that he is .the best quarterback for the > w Q w :z: en :; m :::: A. ... z ffi _, ..I :::: m ...:. w z .. .I. o _,. LL. ; ., King Sigtls With > Tiger-Cats .. I .., F orme r NFL quarte rback. recent press conference S h aun King is the new est "There's no lawthat says you addition the Hamilton can't have two really good Tiger-Cats of'the Canadian .. quarterbacks on the same Football League (CFL). team. I'm excited and he's King signed with the Tiger-excited. I think by pushing Cats on May 30th, and hopes each other we're going to to help them improve after a make the offense better and disappoint i n g 4-14 2 006 seamake the team better." s on. The St. Petersburg King, 30, native will be c o m peting. played for the Arena Football against five o t h e r p otential (AFL) Las Vegas starting includSHAUN KING Gladiators, completing 122 of ing J.P. Bekasiall. ... recently signed with the 228 passes for 1,627 yards: "Both of us ate very good Hamilton Tiger-Cats' of the However, King asked to be. quarterbacks. We're going to Canadian Football League. released after startiqg six g o out and _work hard. I'm games: Overall, King has going to, help him, he is going to help me," said King at a completed 415 passes for 4,566 yards and 27 touchT AMPA B A Y BUCCA NEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 @ Seattle Seahawks I 4:15p.m. Sept.16 New Orleans saints 1:00 p.m. Sept. 23 ,..,... St. Louis Rams 1:00 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Carolina Pa.nthers 4:05p.m. Oct. 7 @ Indianapolis :4:05p.m. 6ct.14. Tennessee Titans 1:00 p.m. Oct.'21 @ Detroit Lions 1:00 p.m. Oct. 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05p.m. Nov. 4 Arizona Cardinals 1 :oo p.m. t BYE WEEK I Nov.l8 @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 Nov. 25 Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. Dec.2 @ New Orleans Saints 1:00 p.m. 9 @ Houston 1:00 p.m. Dec.l6 Atlanta Falcons p.m. Dec. 23 @ San Francisco 49ers 8:15p.m. Dec 30 Carolina Panthers 1:00 p.m. dowm; in 34 career games. The 30-year-old quarterback spent five seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and also stints with the Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions arid Indianapolis Colts. "Shaun has played well at a very high level," said Tiger Cats general manager Marcel Desjardins. "His savvy, poise and leadership will be welcome characteristics to this team and his addition is another significant step in adding quality depth and a new dimension to the quarterback position." 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Levvis Hamilton Speeds Into History British-born Lewis Hamilton on Sunday became the first black driver to earn a victory in Formula One racing with his first win at the Canadian Grand Prix. "I'm just having a fantastic day," said the 22-year-old from Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England. ''This is history." Hamilton started off at the pole position and never lost the lead during the 70 -lap race on c;ircuit Gilles Villeneuve's 2.71-mile road course. His Mercedes McLaren was only challenged by BMW Sauber's Nick Heidbfeld, who was on Hamilton all day with-out ever catching him. Hamilton finished ahead of Heidfeld by 4.3 seconds to capture his sixth consecutive top-three finish. "It's been a fantastic season already," Hamilton said. "We've had six podiums and I've been ready for quite LEWIS HAMILTON some time for the win -it's just been a matter of when and where. The team gave me the best car and I had no problems during the-race at all After crossing the finish line, Hamilton climbed out of his silver and red ride, threw his arms in the air and jumped across a barrier to dive into the midst of his crew, hugging in sight. .Johnson Beats Horse In Run For Charity CINCINNATI--Chad J .ohn_son got a start: without having to jump off.. -side; and beat his coverage to the goal line again. The Cincinnati wide receiver was waiting at the finish line when Restore the Roar arrived at the end of his one-eighth-mile gallop. That's right: Johnson raced a horse Saturday and easily won; Johnson was spotted a ._100-meter lead -roughly 'about half. the distance the horse had to cover in the race CHAD JOHNSON ing, basketball and NASCAR. for charity. And when it was over, Johnson, as usual, was --anything but humble. He sounded ready to take on box-. "Floyd Mayweather, you're next," Johnson said. "I want to fight you. I'd like to take Kobe and LeBron one on-one. Jeff Gordon, we can take a couple laps .... Now it's my time to take over the race world." I Dozen Roses SPecial Lon!! Stem rsocmJ Assorted Or Solid Colors One Dozen $50.00 ElcPires Jan. 31. 2008 Call 813 241-0200 To UPdate Or Remove Your Address We Do And Funerals .: SPORTS -1 c: m CJ) Ginn Persists Despite Criticism DAVIE --More than a month after the NFL draft. Ted Ginn Jr. can still hear the boos. The No. 9 draft pick from Ohio State practiced in his first minicamp with the Miami Dolphins on Friday, fielding punts and catching passes but also proving he's healthy -and, perhaps, worth his lofty draft spot. His selection by the Dolphins created by fB;r the biggest draft buzz on draft day at the team's headquarters. Most there thought he wasn't worth the pick, and. that Notre Dame quarterback Brady, Quinn was. DolJ?hins fans even coach Cam Cameron on draft day when he emerged to make the announcement. "I have to stay away from that," Ginn said "I just have to live my life." They Expect Arenas To Opt Out Of Contract GILBERT ARENAS' WASHINGTON --The Washington Wizards are committed to ke.eping Gilbert Arenas on the team, even after the All-Star guard said he planned to opt out of his contract : Arenas told The Wash i;tg'ton Post and The Washington Times that he will get out of the six-year, $65 million con. tracth_e signed 'in'_200R .and become a free agent. "As a three-time All-Star .and one of the league's best players, we understand why a -playe(of his stature would Culpepper Barred From Dolphins Practices DAVIE --Daunte Culpepper says his dream has turned into a nightmare. "I adjusted my deal so that it would be best for the Dolphins because I wanted to be here that bad," Culpepper said in a statement Saturday. "Part of my frustration is that I now have to let go of a dream that has become a nightmare." Culpepper, who serves as his own agent, is allowed to use the Dolphins training facilities but is not allowed to practice with the team. Miami is looking to trade him as opposed to granting DAUNTE CULPEPPER legal is review-ing the situation. Cameron-said negotiations could continue into training camp. "That's cool, but I came to c (... c: z m his release. "The good news is that it is not a distraction to our team," said Dolphins coach Cam Cameron. the realization that right now all that I am going to do ;!! is come here,_ work out and 0 :a_ run, continue to get mysel( Culpepper left about an hour into Friday's practice after he was told he _would not be allowed to participate in team drills during a team meeting. as healthy as I can, and in the best physical shape I can," Culpepper said. CJ) m z -1 "What happened yesterday in the team meeting and on the field was unfair to both me and my teammates," said Culpepper. Culpepper stated the NFL Pfayers .. After being trade. d to Miami in March of 2006, Culpepper restructured his 10-year, $102 miliion contract he signed with Minnes'ota in 2003. He received a $7 million sigirlng bonus with the DolphinS last year and" iS owed $5.5 million this up ... season. -ExASU Star Wade Found Guilty Of Second-Degree PHOENIX --Former Arizona State' running back Loren Wade was convicted Thursday of second-degree murder in t .he slaying of another ex-Sun Devils foot, ball player. The 23-year-old Wade was on trial for first--degree murder hi the death of Brandon who was shot outside a Scottsdale nightclub on March 26, 2005. Prosecutors claimed Falkner shot because' Wade saw him talking to his girlfriend. Falkner was 25. Wade faces a maximum of ., .. -Loren Wade faces a ma'\':imU:m of 22 years in prison when he's s "entenced .. : ... 22 years in prison when he's sentenced No sentencing z m r I m C: r r z c: m r .c;; ::z:: m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c > z c ., :a g date was -like to be compensated : announced Thursday. accordingly," Wizards presi, Wade, a tailback from L'os dent of basketball operations Angeles, set a school Ernie Grunfeld said in a man rushing record in 2003, statement. but played only games "Gilbert has made a signifi-, in 2004 before he. was suscant impact with his exploits on the court and a sincere for the season for connection with our fans and receiving iniproper benefits our community because of his involving an overdue utility compassion and generosity. bill. He had returned to the Gilbert has said that" his team and was participating intention is to. remain with in spring practice at the time our organization and we are of the shooting -committed to having him Falkner was ,a. defensiw spend his entire career as a bltck for .the Sun Devils fro.m Washington Wizard." 1999-2001. ...... U1


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She said she has hired a lawyer and spoke to Fishkill police about the incident, and that she wants an apology from Akon. Fishkill Police Detective Lt. John Berlingieri said no criminal charges had been filed against Akon. And the singer's attorney, Benjamin Brafman, released a statement saying there was no AKON basis for criminal charges. But Berlingieri said police want to talk to the teen, whose name has not been released. A Fishkill town official told the newspaper the boy was not hurt and left the stadium after declining med ical treatment. Sunday's scuffie wasn't the first concert controversy for the platinum-selling Akon. Earlier this year, the singer did a sexually.explicit onstage dance with a girl from the audience who was later revealed to be 14 Akon apologized and said he didn't know the girl was underage, saying the April 12 concert in Trinidad was sup posed to have been restricted to fans 18 and older. Sickle Cell Association Hillsborough .County Presents s h l D u i, c oo ance of the "60s", '"70s_ & "80s" When: Saturday, June 16, 2007 Where: Tampa Letter Carrier's Hall 3003 Cypress Street Time: 9:00 PM-I :oo AM BYOB&FOOD / Donation: $10.00 in Advance/$15.00 at the Door --Door_ Prizes for the best "60s", "70s" & "80s" Outfits By: Floyd Joy AU proettds to bentjil Sicllt Ct/1 Progr11nu Donations are Tax-deductible Outlet: Sickle Cell Office 3402 N. 22d ST-247-5999 ENTERTAINMENT The Game Pleads Not Guilty In LA Fight Washington Out Of 'Grey's Anatomy' THE GAME LOS ANGELES -The Game pleaded not guilty Thursday to punching and threatening to shoot a man during a pickup basketball game in South Los Angeles. The rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, entered the pleas in Superior Court. He is charged with three felony counts of making a criminal threat, possessing a firearm in a school zone and exhibit ing a firearm in the presence of an officer. LOS ANGELES -Isaiah Washington has lost his job on the hit ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy," five months after creating a furor with his use of an anti-gay slur. Washington's contract option was not renewed for next season, series producer ABC Television Studios said Thursday. "I'm mad as hell and I'm not 'going to take it" anymore," said in a statement released through his publicist, Howard Bragman, without elaboration. He drew fire, after using the anti-gay epithet backstage at the Golden Globe Awards in January while denying he'd used it previously on the set against cast mate T.R. Knight. Gay rights groups and cast member Katherine Heigl, ISAIAH WASHINGTON who publicly denounced Washington, were among his most vocal critics. "This i s something that will have changed the scope of his life," Heigl told Entertainment Weekly last month. Washington was "sorry and embarrassed" for the mistake, she said. Taylor, who remained free on $50,000 bail faces more than five years in state prison if conVicted. Prosecutors contend that during a Feb 24 pickup basketball game, Taylor punched an opposing player then pulled a gun from h i s red Cadillac Escalade and threatened to shoot h i m Five Years After Kid Porn Charges, Kelly DQubles Pleasure His attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, did not immediately return a mes sage seeking comment LOS ANGELES Nearly five years to the day since he was indicted on a slew of child pornography charges stemming from a well circulated sex tape, the R&B hitmaker has scored his latest number one album, Double Up. For the week ended Sunday, the album sold 386,000 copies, per Nielsen SoundScan. The new disc has spawned two current radio singles, the Usher collaboration "Same Girl and I 'm a Flirt (Remix), and also features Kelly's Virginia Tech .trib-THETAMPAALUMNICHAPT OF ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY INC Saturday, June 16,2007 7 p.m. Dinner Served at 8 p. m TAMPA CENTER 333 S. Franklin St. Tampa Gentlemen: Black/White Tuxedo Ladies: Black/White Formal Gowns $60 Per Person For More Information Or Tickets: Rhonnie Williams (813) 545-8761 Or Onyema Ezeanya (850) 528-4413 R.KELLY ute, "Rise Up. Aside from Usher, Double Up has contributions from Kid Rock, Nelly, Ludacris and Keyshia Cole. This is Kelly's fifth solo number one album and second in a row His previous chart-topper, 2005's Reloaded, sold an even more impressive 491,000 firstweek.copies, though that album. -from popular J1Wap"J!e'll irt the. Cl ose.t" series, which was parodied on the classic Tom Cruise episode of South Park. It was on June 5, 2002 that a grand jury in Cook County, Illinois, indicted Kelly on 21 counts of child pornography for allegedly videotaping himself having sex with an underage girl. I n the itl.terveni'ng years he's released seven albums and still no trial date has been set. With. Double Up on top, Maroon 5's It Won'i Be Soon Before Long and Linkin Park's Minutes to Midnight each dropped a spot; to two and three, resj>ectively.


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Hanna Tampa33610 Spaces Monuments Markers .DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626 2 3 32 LOCAL Com munity Beach Clean-up Scheduled for July 5 -t c m en c c.. c z m The public is invited to cele brate their independence from litter by joining the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor's Beatification Program for beach clean-up projects at Ben T. Davis .Beach and Picnic Island Beach on Thursday, July 5 from 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Volunteers can register by call ing the Mayor's. Beautification Program at 221-8733. Mayor Iorio has proclaimed the week of June 29 July 5, 2007 as Clean Beaches Week in Tampa coinciding with National Clean Beaches Week and encouraging residents to get involved help keep our beaches clean and healthy. Thousands visit Tampa's beaches on the Fourth of July and tons of trash is left behind Volunteers and city staff will be picking up trash and litter, returning the beaches to their normal beauty. Gloves, trash bags and water will be provid ed. .Clean Beaches Week i n Tampa is designed to recognize the environmental and recre ational value of our beaches. ...... During this week, beachgoers ,!') are asked to 1) leave no trace at 1\l the beach, 2) walk one mile on g the beach, 3) enjoy one healthy seafood meal, and 4) swim, surf, boat responsively To volunteer, call the Beautification Program at 221-8733. For more information on programs and s.ervices available through the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department at 813274-8615 or visit our web site at www.tampagov.net/parksanFema. Provides Nearly $3.2 Million To Protect Tampa General Hospital "T1 r 0 ::JJ Grant to fund improvements designed to preserve medical care following a hurricane. ORLANDO, Fla. The U. S. Department of Homeland Se curity's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Monday a nearly $3.2 million grant for Tampa General Hospital. The grant to the state will fund building improvements aimed at preventing the loss of critical med ical services following a cane or other disaster. The $3,159.488 FEMA grant will pay for 75 percent of the cost to add storm shutters as well as roof and door strengthening to 10 buildings. The improvements allow the buildings to meet stringent building standards, such as those required in Miami-Dade County. Hospitals need to be protected so they can quickly get back up to full speed following a hurricane," said Scott R. Morris, director of FEMA s Florida Long-Term Recovery. FEMA's investment will help accomplish that, while improv ing safety and saving money for all in the long run." An independent study by the National Institute of Building Science's Multihazard Mitigation Council found that teet buildings that house one of C every dollar spent on mitiga -the most critical public ser-. tion can save as much as four vices, said Craig Fugate, direc-m dollars in response and recov-tor of the Florida Division of ery costs Emergency Management. "The z During the 2004 hurricanes, State of Florida and FEMA m wind-driven rain leaked remain committed to making r;through the roof and windows sure medical services can be sending water into patient delivered following a disaster." r rooms and treatment areas. Following the 2004 and r High Winds also blew a door off 2005 hurricanes, FEMA s et of its hinges, according to the aside more than $s23 million z hospital. The storm shutters in HMGP funds for eligfble "tJ and roof improvements are organizations in Florida FEMA i intended to reduce the occurreceived more than 8oo HMGP r renee of similar damage in the applications statewide for the en future. 2004 Applications for ffi "Tampa General is grateful the 2005 season are in the C to FEMA for recognizing the state/FEMA review and m importance of keeping the approval stages. region's only Level 1 trauma FEMA coordinates the feder-center operational during a al government's role in preparmajor storm," said Ron ing for, preventing, mitigating Hytoff, president and CEO of the effects of, responding to, m Tampa General Hospital. 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0 NATIONAL ==== CRIME NEWS = 0 C\1 N' Appeal Blocks Release In Teen Sex Case > ATLANTA, Georgia --A en judge on Monday threw out W the 10-year sentence against a 21-year-old for a consensual ject to registering on the sex offender registry once his sentence had been completed." c a: LL C z c( c C/) w ::::: t-w > w c w ::z:: 0 ::; m ::::: a. z ffi .J ,.J ::::: m .!I w z w C/) a: .,g LL sex encounter he_ had as a teenager. But the state attorney general quickly filed a notice of appeal, keeping Genarlow Wilson in prison for the time being. The prosecutor's move brought an abrupt halt to the. jubilation Wilson's mother, Juanessa Bennett, and his attorney, B.J. Bernstein, were feeling, and the plans they were making for Bennett to be reunited with her son. "It is extremely, extremely disturbing that the attorney general would take this action now," Bernstein said, adding that she did not know what message "he's trying to f!end" or "who he's representing." In a written statement, Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker said he filed the appeal to resolve "clearly erroneous. legal issues," saying that while the judge did have the authority to grant habeas relief, he did not have the authority "to reduce or modify the judgment of the trial court." Separately, Baker noted Douglas County recently had offered a plea deal "that would have allowed Genarlow Wilson to plead to First Offender Treatment, which would mean that" he would not have a criminal record -nor would he be sub-"The plea deal, if accepted by '-------1 .Genarlow WILSON Wilson's lawyers, could also result in Genarlow Wilson receiving a sentence substantially shorter than the 10-year mandatory minimum sentence for which he was originally sentenced, possibly leading to his release based upon time already served," Baker wrote. "Genarlow Wilson, thro ugh his attorneys, rejected all of those offers. The district attorney's office has indicated that the plea offer will rem ain available to Genarlow Wilson notwithstanding the appeals process," according to Baker's statement Wilson has drawn support from throughout the country, including the editorial board of the New York Times and former President Jimmy Carter. When he was 17 years he had a consensual sexual encounter with a 15-year-old girl, which was consensually videotaped. Georgia-law at the time maqe such an action a felony punishable by 10 years in prison and. listing on the sex offender registry. -9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M 1 P. M. 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rates Friendly Atmosphere A-OK \Vith Cs DUI Hardship License, Suspended License, .State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town \l"TO l'iSl R \'iCE C0:\1\IERCI.\L ALTO Civil Rights Leader Charged with Incest REV. JAMES L. BEVEL LEESBURG, VA --A civil rights leader who worked closely with the Reverend Marth) Luther King Junior was arrested in Alabama and charged in Virginia with incest Authorities said 70-yearold Reverend James L. Bevel was arrested late last month in Eutaw, Alabama, after being indicted by a Loudoun County, Virginia grand jury on one count of unlawfully committing for nication. In Leesburg, Virginia, Police spokesman Lieutenant Jeff Dube says the indictment followed a complaint to police in September of 2005. According to the indictment, the crime occurred between October 14th of 1992, and October 14th of 1994, when the accuser was 13 to 17 years old. Virginia has no statute of limitations for felonies A bond hearing is set for June 14th. Bevel has been credited with playing a key role in some of the country's major civil rights protests. He organized the 1963 Children's Crusade in Birmingham and was a leader of the Freedom Rides to desegregate public accom modat!ons throughout -the South in the early 1960s. He also was an architect of the March on Washington in 1963 and the Selma-toMontgomery march in Alabama in 1965. And he'. helped organize the Million Man March in Washington in 1995. If convicted of the incest charge, Bevel could face up 111 to 20 y ears in prison. co .,.. w CJ if ( SentineiBuJietin r

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Victitn Of Drive-By Shooting, Critical But Stable Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office spokesman J. D. Callaway said the. victim of a drive-by shooting is lucky to be alive. At 10 a.m. Saturday morn ing, Tristan L. Green, 29, walked -out of his apartment at University Woods Place and into the parking lot. -Callaway said as soon as Green entered the pa.rking lot, a car pulled up and shots were fired, striking Green 5 times. Green, who was shot in the head, in both thighs and twice in the abdomen, i s report to be in critical but stable condition at a local hospi tal. Callaway said no vehicle or TRlSTAN GREEN s:uspect information is released at t his time, and there were people in the parking lot area when the shoot ing occurrea.. "' One Of. Three Women Identified In Fraud Scheme Cleared The Hillsborough County Sherifrs Office has verified that one cfr th,ree women iden tified as in volved in a check/fraud ) ;cheme h.as been cleared. Detective Nephtali Sepulveda, Jr said late ,._.._... Frida_y one of .the three women him. 'and said she was one of the .. women in the photos. _,., "we determined she'had tO do y.rith the offense This is not a suSpect and was just at .one of the -in the connterfeit check fraud banks at the time the ca5e by the Office. offense occurred." The woman cleared earrings; and her hair. is one appearing in the';" third pulled back into a ponytail. photograph that appeared m said the' other -.'Friday's publication. She two women, however, are still ap>pears_ to have an identificasuspects and are being sought tion badge around her neck, by authorities. .....: : ;._ ... -_ Man Charged With Bric;k'.At Gi. rlfriend .... o < o I j On Thursday, Tampa Police .. arresteq'Jean D. Alexis, 3'4, .' charging' him carjacking. -':......./ According Alexis .. and the carjacking 'victim' vyere dating and got into an argument. Police teport Alexis allegedly threw a brick at the victim's vehicle was inside. Later, Alexis located the victim on North Lantana Avenueand batHe was and charged her, taking her keys with carjacking, throwing a and taking her vehicle with-deadly missile, carrying out her permission. counterfeit identification, The vehicle was found. battery and giving a false abandoned and Alexis was name to a law enforcement found a short distance_ away. CRIME NEWS 13--Year-Oid Charged With Tampa Police charged a 13year-old with robbery Friday night. Police saiq Anthony Brandel, 18, and a friend were _walking on 109th Avenue when they were approached by 12 to 15 Black males. The group ailegedly demanded: Br;1ndel give them his !POD and he told them he didn't have one. The group then told Brandel to hand over .whatever he had attached to the earphones he was wearing. When he refused, he was attacked and struck several times. He managed to escape and call police. Responding officers caught the 13-year-old who was ing several blocks away while the other suspects escaped. Brandel refuse-d medical treatment at the scene, and the te'enager was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center. "There is 3, 5,9,12nothing permanent 15, 16,18, 23, except 25, 31, 32,35 change." The Law Offices :. of Andrew Shein; P.A. Third Suspect In Middleton Surrenders Tampa Police report the third suspect in the Middleton High School shoot ing turned himself in Friday afternoon at the Orient Road Jail.' Christopher Lemons, 20, was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm. Detectives learned during their il}vestigation, Lemons carried a handgun onto the campus of Middleton before handing it to Ariel Cruz, who allegedly fired the shot. Cruz, was atte.mpting to shoot Middleton student Octavious ; 17. CHRlSTOPHER LEMONS Police said Cruz, 17, and Laundry had been involved in an earlier altercation. On Thursday Cruz and at least 3 other Black males came onto Middleton's campus and Cruz' allegedly fired one shot ... turned himself in to police. at. The shot missed, glancing off the re-enforced window of a door to .a classroom. Cruz was charged in the shooting, and police said a fourth suspect is being sought. Deputies Arrest Suspected Gang Members The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Gang Suppression Unit over parts of eastern Hillsborough County early Monday, arresting suspects associated with street gangs. Deputies said most of those arrested were in their teens or early 20s. Warrants had been issued for 52 suspects. A handful were arrested Sunday, with the rest arrested Monday .between 5 a.m. an d 8 a m in raids in Plant City, Ruskin, Seffner and Sun. City Center. Some warrants were served with no problems, bu't deputies said apprehending one suspect was more diffi-. JEFFREY DOORV ALE 1-"i: of several suspected gang members rounded up Monday by deputies. '".1lt. 1 Jeffrey Lynn Doorvale, Jr., 18, proved more challenging :w.l,_en a team of 6 gang unit members banged on the door of an address where Doorvale _was believed to be They later round out the residents had just moved .. :; in afid had JlO idea who Y/ Doorvale w,as: < The team went to .. Doorvale's mother's .home and he wasn' t there either. They later got information he was living in a trailer at Palm Grove Mobile Park and him therei A juvenile staying wit'h Doorvale anq four others .{were Ill so arrested. Do.orvale was charged with possession and sale of crack cocaine. When he was arrest ed, deputies said they found a packet of crack cocaine worth about $1,000 and cash. said Doorvale is an associate of the Sur 13 gang; -1 c m CJ) c c.. c z m 1\) 1\) 0 "T1 r 0 c )> CJ) m z .-f z m r;m c:: r m -f z "'C c:: m r Ci5 ffi c m rii ::u -(. -f. c m CJ) c -)> z c Most O'f those arrested Monday were suspecte.d Inembers or associates of that gang, the Latin Kings Latin :a Life, Westside Gang, Kuntl'y Boyz, and t he Mexican m Mafia. .I\) w


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIRCUIT CIVIL NO. 06-8187 DIVISION I CARROLLWOOD GABLES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida Corporation not for profit Plaintiff VS. FRED C. MONTJOY, the UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FRED C. MONT JOY, PREMIUM ASSET RECOVERY CORPORATION, FIRST COMMUNITY INSURANCE COMPANY And UNKNOWN TENANTS .Defendant(s) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order or Final Judgment entered in this cause, in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, the following property described as: Unit 12291, Building 2, CARROLLWOOD CABLES, a Condominium, according to the plat thereof recorded in Condominium Plat Book 16, Page 64 and being further described in that certain Declaration of Condominium recorded in O .R. Book 8576, Pages --+-'J'm' ou..:7 through 658, inclusive, of the Public Records of Hillsborough County F lorida Will be sold at public sale, to the highest bidder for cash, on the second floor of the George E. Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202, located at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, at 2:00 P.M on June 29. 2007. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FRQ_M THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TH E DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE NOTICE "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 Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Civil Division, Room 530, Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 Twiggs Street, Tampa, F L 33602 Tel e phone No. (813) 276 8100 ext. 4365 within two (2) working days of your receipt of this document; if you are hearing impa ired or voi ce imp aired, call 180 955 -8771. Dated this llit Day of May 2007. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough County, Florida By : / s / SANDRA GLENNON D E PUTY CLE RK B Classifie:d: 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 dated March 9, 2006 and further by Court order, entered in Case No. 05-10826 (E) of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for 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 TONYA GOMEZ, as assignees of CITY FIRST MORTGAGE CORP., are the Plaintiffs and YOUR PLACE, LLC ; OLD REPUB LIC NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY and UNKNOWN PERSONS IN POSSESSION at 802 East Laurel Street, Tampa, Florida, are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the second floor, in the jury auditorium Room 201/202, of the Hillsborough County Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, at 2:00 P.M. on the 27th day of June 2007 the following described 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 40o., West 8 .88 feet to a point on feet to p9int 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, all lying and beign in Section 13, Township 29 South, Range 18 East. (Folio #193026.0000) Lot 1 less road right of way Block 9 Emery & Simmons Addition to Tampa, according to t he map or plat thereof as recorded in 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, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book Q, Page 596 of the Public Records of Hillsborough 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 Wl'fHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. "In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this hearing, should contact A.D.A Coordinator not later than 1 (one) day prior to the proceeding at. (813) 272-7040 or VIA Florida Relay Service at 1-800 955-8770." Dated this 14th Day of M ay, 2007. PAT COLLIER FRANK AS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough County, Florida By: /s/ SA NDRA GLENNON DEPUTY CLERK STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR SURVEYING & MAPPING SERVICES Sealed proposals will be received by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Procurement Section Mail Station #93, 3800 Commonwealth Boulevard, Carr Building, Room 235, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, until 2:30P M ET on Thursday, June 28 2007, for the Identification of Vessel Usage Patterns on Southeast Florida Reefs .. Organizations interested in participating in this procurement opportunity may view and download the subject so li citation from the Florida Department of Management Services Vendor Bid System To view the solicitation go to www.myflorida .corr and click on BUSINESS Click on "Doing Business with the State" Under the "Everything for Vendors and Customers" heading, on "Vendor Bid $ystem". Click on "Search Advertisements".-Under the "Agency" search field, select the "Department ofEnvironmental Protection" and click on "Initiate Search" Select 2007081C This will bring up the advertisement' detail. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Click here to view more related documents". Organizations must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the solicitation documents. Adobe Acrobat Reader maybe obtained, free of charge, at the following website: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobaVreadstep.html Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate in this procurement opportunity PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED A 8 Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred Full Ttme Position Apply In Person 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa; FL 33614 NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S .. Starting Pay 7-3 $10.00 $11. 00 .. 3-11 $11 .00-$12.00 Great Benefits, 401 k In April Pleasant Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 .E. Fletcher Outside Sales Position Commission Only E xperience wqrking directly with the public. Veryimportant to be exact and highly accurate in performing this job. Able to work with little or no supervision, work well with others and provide personal assistant. Ability to correctly complete all medical record release forms pertaining to measurements of orthopedic shoes and a new line of Arthritic products. Answer questions regarding the company d e s c ribe merchandis e to c ustomer, and assist customer with making selections of products One sale is equal to $125 an h .our. Must have reliable transportation. Call1.866 425.0007 Or Fax Resume To 1.866.425.0007 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ..... CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 FAX YOUR ADS 24/7 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com FOR Y OUR CONV ENIE NCE WE ACCEPT M ASTERC ARD, VISA A MERI CA N EXPRE SS A N D DEBIT CARD PAYM E N T V i A PI:-ION E ,, ', o '" o. o 0 0 I o o o o o o a o o 0 o o o o I 0 0 I 0. 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Can prove to be very lucrative for the right > w c w J: 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 Christian Fleury, whose address is 3006 East 13th Street, Tampa, FL 33605 on or before July 16, 2007, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street. #101. 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 in the petition. person. Applicant must be able to work with little or no supervision. C/) ::J m ;:::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:::) m Copies of al.l court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk Of the Circuit Court's office.. You m ay review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of LJ1. the Circuit Court's office Z notified of your current i= address, (You may file Notice Z of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved c( Family Law Form 12.915.) c Future papers in this lawsuit i2 will be' mailed to address 0 on record at the clerk's office." ..J LL WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida FamHy Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. allure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTIC E TO PERSONS WITH DISABil-ITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in ord'er to participate in this proceeding, you. are entitled at no cost to yo1,.1, 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. 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