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Celebrating 62 Years In The Tan1 a Bay 4rea roup o o or Dads Ce ebrates Juneteenth -STORY ON PAGE J-A HS Grad Loses ickle Cell Battle SEE PAGE 3-A WeiiKnown Gospel Singer Dies Suddenly ......... -SEE PAGE 11-A Belmont Residents Fear .Losing Center SEE PAGE 2 A Father Of 2 Fatally Shot SEE PAGE 23A PAST AND PRESENT PRINCIPALS I A Baccalaureate service was recently held at Cathedral of Faith Church recognizing their graduating seniors. This year, 15 youths were honored. Dr. Maxine J. Waddell, of Atlanta, Georgia was the keynote speaker and delivered the Baccalaureate sermon. Bishop James H. Howell, pastor, and Pastor Marzetta also shared words of encouragement and wisdom. Among those in attendance at the service were past and present principals r epresenting Robles Elementary: Doretha Edgecomb, l eft, is the retired Robles Principal and Fontaine Marion is the current Robles Principal. (Photo by Julia Jackson).


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We just put a new stove in the center and it's very active. We need t9 make it resident friendly aqd:,inviting to !>' everyone, not JUSt a chosen few. "We are restructuring how the center is used, but by no means are we shutting it down." Tampa Housing Authority CEO Jerome Ryans said he's aware of the prob lems at BHE and has sched uled a meeting between the and THA's Asset Manager, Mike Butler. "Although the property is being managed by an outside company, we still feel it's ours. I will suggest P a m Brown sit down and talk to residents and the media to let everyone know a b o u t restructuring. I plan to meet with her myself and talk about that." JEROME RYANS CEO Tampa Housing Ryans said Brown has a responsibility to let the pe'l ple know what's going on. A part of the problem is changes are going on and she's not letting the public know about it." Resident Association President AI Young said he's become the target of rage by residents, but he refuses to deal with nonsense. "I think communication breakdown is the major issue I don't think management is doing anything ,wrong, but. the Jact they aren't letting people what 'they are doing is a problem." Young said what's driving him up the wall is the dispute going on between one resident and-the manager. Young said there's a lack of tnist going on, and a lot of dissention. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsen tinel.com. $10 Gets your Honor Roll student's photo in the paper on Friday, June 29, 2007 Deadline: Wednesday, June 20 3 P.M. r---------------------I I Child's Name--------------School ____ I Parents---------------------1 Granparents -------..,..---------: Roll, High Roll, I Principal's Honor Roll, Citizenship I Hobbies 1 Church 1 Phone# __ 1 1 : (Not For Publication) if---,-------------FEATURES Family Needs Help To Bury Mother0f3 "Peanut" BY ffiiS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Ms. LaSh.onda Renee "Peanut" McKinnes, first met Mrs. Jeanette Hooks, when she a child. The adolescent formed a bond with Mrs. Hooks'. son, Ricardo, and remained a part of the family's lives until her death last Sunday morning. Now, the family is struggling with raising' finances to bury the young mother of three and trying to understand the circumstances that led to her death. "She was : 12 years old when I first met. her. She was my son's first and he was hers. She was just a sweet person. She' would do anything for anybody > Ms. McKinnes' body was discovered inside her residence at the Sable Walk Apartments, Clearwater, Sunday, shortly after 9:30 a.m. Ms. McKinnes had been stabbed to death and lighter fluid arid other chemi cals poured over her body in an attempt to de.stroy evidence .Some item' s were recovered from' a nearby dumpster,' but the mu.rder weapon is still missing, police said. -During into the murder, John Lee Hampton, a Turner Cou.nty,' Georgia native, was arrested: on an wilrrant. fot: napping. He is alleged to. have admitted cutting a woman he'd just recently .met on the neck. His victim was Ms. McKinnes. Det!'ctive Joseph Ruhlin said Hampton was among friends who had gathered at Ms. McKinnes' home on Saturday He left,' but returned some time after midnight. \ Hampton allegedly told police he. returned to the apartment. Ms. McKinnes, 25, awoke and he alleged stabbed her during the con frontation: New to : the area, Hampton me't Ms. McKinnes only three'days before her death. : : Mrs' Hooks said she Son Says Well-Known Father Inspires Him In Many Ways REV. THOMAS SCOIT BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Marlon Scott knows that he can talk to his father about anything, and it doesn't have to include politics or church. Rev. Thomas Scott is the pastor of 34th Street Church of God, and represents District 5 as a member of the Tampa City Council. However, Marlon, 25, says one of the best things about being Rev. Scott's son is receiving great advice without any pressure to follow in his father's footsteps. "My dad has always encouraged me to follow my own He's nev:er put any ... pressure on me to pursue n political office or to get into the ministry. Yet he's always been supportive of anything that I've wanted to do," said Marlon Scott. "Also, because he is well-known in the com munity, if he's unsure on how to help me with something, he can point me to someone who can." Marlon, a 2004 Florida A&M University graduate, teaches computer training classes at Kings Kids Christian Academy, which is housed at 34th Street Church of God. He also works with the audio I visual ministry at the church. Marlon had aspirations of playing football after he graduated from high school, and was being considered for a football scholarship to the University of Iowa. However, after college footbal.l didn't materialize, Rev. Scott emphasized the importance of education. "He's always stressed that a good education was more important than football," said Scott. "I admire and look up to my dad becausehe's first of all a man of God, an awesome father and someone with a lot of wisdom and knowledge. He's a role model, someone that I look up to and a good friend all rolled into one per... learne-d that Peanut had The girls are with relatives, attended a baby shower for a but it is undetermined who friend. Afterwards, several will gain custody of them. people returned to her apart-Their father, Ricardo, is curment. to play cards. Mrs. rently incarcerated Hooks said the three little Mrs. Hooks said a trust. girls::.ages 3, 4, and 5, were fund for the funeral and for next door. the children has been estab-Mrs. Hooks said Ms. lished at Bank Of America in McKinnes asked her to keep St. Petersburg. Anyone wishher daugJ:tters until she could ing to make a contribution get herself together. Ms. can contact Ms.-Elena kept the girls for two Manucharova at (727l 866years, returning them to their ,. 5167 (account. number. mother on June 1st. 229006038077). 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Neb,.ska & ScoH St. The H1rmg OIA Lawve r tsnn lmportlntOwsmn That Shoulrt Not Be Based Solely Uponnduernsements. 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FEATURES .. ..... .... ..... .......... ... "T1 :lJ c Group To Honor Local Fathers, Celebrate Juneteenth At Celebration 'c z m A local non-profit organiza tion is hosting an event this weekend that will celebrate freedom and fatherhood. The roo Black i\ len of Tampa Bay will honor four well-known fathers, and hold their annual Juneteenth Celebration on Sundav, June 17th. Former State Senator Les Miller, Herman Floyd, a reading teacher at Richard Milburn Academy, Rev. Abe Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill and founder of Abe Brown Ministries and Sam Jones will be the honored fathers for going above and beyond raising their biological children. "These men have been exam ples of the popular saying, 'It takes a village to raise a child,"' says Henry .Bell, Jr., the president of the 100 Black Men LESMILLER Director, Minority Business Development for Tampa General Hospital. of Tampa Bay. "All of these men have proven themselves to be an asset to their local community, and have strongly influenced the lives of others." REV. ABE BROWN Pastor, First Baptist Church of College Hill The celebration will also commemorate a milestone in American History. On June 19, 1865 when General Gordon Grainger announced the free-Jvfichelle B. Patty Advertising, Inc. Toii .FREE 1 Desi ed Mix Marketin Adv. 846-3947 HERMAN FLOYD Readingteacher,Richard Milburn Academy dam of the last enslaved Americans, almost two years after they had been freed by the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Local wellknown poets LIFE and Wally B will perform, and there will also be monologues from James Cole and Melvin Douglass. "With Father's Day and Juneteenth falling around the same time of year, it's a great opportunity to honor some great men in our lo,..al commu nity," said Bell. "We also need to take a look back on extreme-SAM JONES Florida Department of Corrections ly important moments in our history." The 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay's Juneteenth Celebration will be held on Sunday, June 17th at the Westin Harbour Island Hotel at 6 p.m. tables and sponsorships are ...... J11 N 0 0 -...! still available. For more information, please call Keisha "T1 Pickett at (813) 903-9247, or 5 go to www.IOobmtb.org. 22 Reporter I Writer c Antione Davis can be ):lo reached at (813) 248-1921. en He can also be reached at adavis@flsentinel.com. ::j z m 2007 Graduate Loses Battle With Sickle Cell r;-al c rr z "D c aJ r-Dontrell Brock, 17 and a 2007 graduate of Freedom High School, lost his lifelong battle with sickle cell last week. Known by friends as the "Sanchaz Prince," Brock would have celebrated his 18th birthday August 1st. According to his uncle, Alonzo Brock, Dontrell didn't suffer prior to his death. "It all happened so fast. Within a 24-hour period, he had a big attack and he was gone. He died in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. "Dontrell was a quiet, but outgoing person. He didn't get I mto trouble, wasn't in the streets, and spent a lot of time around the house." Because of the Sickle Cell, Dontrell didn't participate in any actiVitieS, but was a member of Young a Christian Club that met near thecam pus of the University oi South Florida. Alonzo Brock said his nephew made plans to. attend college in Atlanta before his death: In honor of his nephew, Alonzo will stage a Sanchaz Dance Competition this Saturday at the. Manilla Lounge on 7th Avenue. A wake for Dontrell will be held Friday (today) at"the DONTRELLBROCK Morning Glo-ry Funeral Chapel; 5100 Nebraska Avenue from 1 p.m. to 8 p : m. Services w1n be held at u a.m. Saturday at Faith Temple M. B.' Church, Rev. Maurice L. Gladney, pastor, 2916 r Orient Road. u; ::::z::: m c m < m :lJ < -t c m C/) c ):lo z c "T1 :lJ 6 Donb:ell's1parents, Dexter and Sonya :arock, said they will always remember their son as being very popular / among his peers .and well liked by everyone. Supppc;rt Th_e Florida Sentinel /. Advertisers


,...... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS ll) w z ::::> ..., c a: u. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN I USPS 202, 22'07 21st Aenue F.onda lJ005 (81JJ 248 PuO'I!J'Iecl E,-ery anc:l Fr:day By FLORIDA SENTlNEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co ... Men".ber of Nat.ona1 Newspaper PuO!tY!e--s As.soc..isbOf"' {NNPAJ ArnalQ.lmale .... > a: w > w c w %: en :J m ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> m I ..J w z i= z w en ()f View n I MS. IRIS HOLTON s we go about life, we often take notice of manner in which others live. In some instances, we t'o adopt some of their techniques and discard others. And that is the same with parenting. Children don't come with operating manu als and novice parents often emulate their own parents as they raise their young. However, in today's society where many are single parent homes, those examples might not be readily available. David Gottesmap once said, "Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow ipto fathers a.nd father ing is a very important stage in their development." However, this truism seems to have escaped many men who father children. They seell! to forget that creating the child is the easy part. Raising that child to become a well-rounded adult is the challenge. In today's society, much emphasis is placed on the number of single parent homes. But that is not necessarily an indicator that because the father is not in the home, he is not in the hearts of his children. Another falsehood is that men, who are educated, actively involved in society and in the church make the To those who have willingly made the sacrifice of giving their children the things that money can't buy, such as their love and their time. These men have come to realize that child rearing is an awesome responsibility. Yet, they decided to step up to the plate and do the best job they know Another thing I have learned just through obser vation _is that the age of the person does not dictate the type offather he-is. Yes, tons of "experts" can provide sta tistics about teenage fathers, best fathers. There are many etc. men who meet this descripHowever, there are some tion and have no idea, nor do teenage fathers whose they care about the welfare actions put their adult coun( of the children. terparts to shame. So, I'd like to give a shout For those men who take an out to-those fathers whoactive role in the upbringing that their children :of their children, I salute.their most assets; you. Day. ,: ';. '. er for an Alabama Goodyear :rire and Rubber Company found out nearly 20 years later that she had been paid $500-$1,500 less per month than 15 of the lowest and ,. highest paid male managers. According to the Supreme Court, the w.oman "should have filed an EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) charge within 180 days after each allegedly discriminatory employment decision (paycheck) was made and communicated to her." In other words, too bad if you don't find out until it's too late to do anything about being discriminated against. In the 'minimum wage and overtime pay court case, home healthcare workers were told the Department of Labor (DOL) had the authority to exempt them from federal minimum wage and overtime laws. A large number of Blacks, Latinos and women are among the millions of home health workers in this country Therefore,. we urge our congressional representatives and Congress to fix the Title VII Act to protect workers who find out they have been discriminated against 180 days after the act has taken place. We urge them to also protect home healthcare workers by removing the DOL exemption. American workers are already assailed by overseas outsourcing. Consequently, the least we can do is pay our workers adequate minimum wage and Fair is fair!


COLUMNS The Sole-Man Speaks not By RAN DO LPH KIN SEY Redemption! I Happy Father's Day To All Daddies r keep a file of all the ; "1< letters I receive. Some lived, and where she knew I Daddy would never foUow group of men have certainly must be extended a wellearned the right to celebrate deserved Happy Father's Father's Day, and to be laud-Day, and they aren't men. It's ed and praised for the giant the single parent women who never see the light of day. But just recently, I received a letter that began, "Dear Sole Man: For as long as 1 can remember, I have hated my father and wished he was dead." I'm sharing the contents of this letter because it shook me. And just maybe, it will shake you too! The letter continued, "My father, the man whose sperm entered my mother's womb, fertilized her egg and brought me into life, was one of the meanest, harshest human beings I have ever known I know because for fear of being ki11ed on the spot by her father and her uncles. It was in Georgia that my mother filed for a divorce, and finally became free from a man who beat al1 the beauty out of her soul. That was 20 years ago. And during those 20 years, I had not seen nor spoken to my fath.er, nor did I ever wish to do so. But aU of that changed, when I recently got a letter, which said my father had contracted lymphatic cancer. He had less than a year to live. And would you believe, he wanted to see me? I saw him beat my mother almost every day except. Sunday." My mother begged m e no t to come back to Tampa. She showed me those old scars she still wore on her back. .. the ones that her brassier straps could never hide. She showed me the now-faded bruises on her once-beautiful legs. I gazed into my mother's eyes and felt her hate for my father ... sti11 warm and festering. But the man who had my face was dying. And I had to see him. According to the writer, "My mother was a pretty woman, who always like to laugh. And we used to sit around. the television, her and me, and laugh ourselves silly about the programs that came on. Then my father would come hoine. And the laughing would stop. If dinner wasn't ready, Mama got hit! Jf it wasn't he 'wanted, or if it wasn't hot enf doing support ers inside the home. all over again. You might thmgs so someone. else will During the e!a of the' surj>iised what you discover. : Voice of O u r Speakin g for : ., r-0 :D 6 l> en m z ::f z m r-. I CD c: rrm ::f z c: CD c en ::t m c m < m .... c: m en c l> z c ., :!l c -: rJ ____ _-. ____ 813 248-1 92 ') Cit:Y'; Sta.te: __ Zip: : C) : MaU Or Bring Payment To: m : 2207 E. 21st Ave TamP' FL 33605 1 t Ul Money Order Cn:dit Cards Only! __ 6 Mon-ths -$44 ___ 1 Vca,rS H 7 1 ............................................................. l>


..... 0 0 N 1/) ,.... w z :::J ""') c a: u.. From The Daddy Who Missed Everything I have a Son. They say he looks just like me. Correction, they say he looks just like me, but better looking, what ever that means. He loves to tell me when people mention that. I don't get jealous because he's supposed to look better than me. He's twenty years younger. tote-bag. > He's a teenager now. C Sometimes that's hard to a: believe. It seems like just yesu.. terday that I was making c z sure his car seat was properNow, he's almost as tall as I am, and we've even begun to add the topic of sex to our conversations. While he says he isn't active, I tell him to use condoms. I tell him that it's not only for his protection, but it also prevents me from becoming a grandparent. Lord knows that I'm not ready for that. I have a daughter also. She's three years younger than her brother. The older she gets, the more I realize I'm in trouble. < ly secured, and that I had enough diapers in the babyC en w :::J .... > a: w > w c w :::t: en. :::l ID :::J Q. z ti ..J ..J :::J ID ..:. w z t= z w en C a: 0 ..J u.. 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 Tampa, i.J.\1 Phone #: (813) 223-3900 The hiring o f a l awyer is an important decision and should not b e based solely upon advertisements Before ... you d ecide. ask us to send you free written infonnst io u a bout our qualificat io ns and experience PAGE SIX Just iast year I was comparing her to Olive Oyl because of her stick-like frame. Now, I can definitely see the outline of a figure, a small waist, hips, butt and breasts, all of the things I hoped she wouldn't develop are slowly taking form. Somewhere, I can picture my ex-girlfriend reading this, laughing to herself and thinking, "Yeah Barr, pay back is a b--! Ain't it?" My conversations with my daughter are a little stale. They pretty much. consist of me telling her. "Do good in school," "Daddy loves you" -and "Little boys are evil." I know I should start talking to her as openly as I talk to my son, but that's my baby girl. I'm not ready for her to s:ow up. I mean, can't boy craziness wait? Does she have to throw Elmo away so soon? I know I'm fighting a losing battle, but surrendering to Father Time is not an option, not yet anyway. Maybe it's the guilt I feel from not being there for my kids during their formative years. Something inside me wants to slow the clock down in an attempt to make up all the time I've lost being incar(!erated. ing a visit, "Daddy yo missed everything The con firmation of his words m the point hit home even er. The sad part about it i that I'm not alone in absence There are a n of fathers, without the of being incarcerated, w h are non-existent in their chi! dren's lives They let like their jobs, the stre and women sidetrack the from spending time with people that matter most. little guys who look just them and share their las name. I know because, like I also took for granted idea that I'd always ha time to spend with my chi! dren. Now, as I watch seed continue to sprout a distance, I wonder w that time went. That's why it's so important to show love and tion to your offspring ever you have the opportu ty. Days like Father's Da aren't just for "daddies," bu they're for sons and daugh ters as well. For your children, you wan it. to mean something. Otherwise, you may one find yourself old and a because your actions .... n.rl them made the holiday nothing ... Happy Father's Day. A Poem ForCJ Ms. Lucy Mills misses her grandson, Cedric, terri bly. She also understands the pain of his death will not go away easily, even when those responsible are caught and punished. "When someone means so much to you, it's hard to accept they aren't around anymore. You get so accustomed to seeing them and hearing their voice. You never give any thought to the day when you won't hear that anymore." Ms. Mills has a poem called "I Cry," she wants to share with everyone who knew and loved CJ, or have suffered the loss of a loved one with no closure. I cry because f don't understand the mentality of our children today ..... cry I cry when I think about the society our children are growing up in ..... [ cry I cry when I turn on the news and see what the world All of the birthday parties, basketball games, step shows, Christmas mornings, I'll never be able to get those moments back. It reminds me of what my son told me dur-For comments, write to Clarence Barr (43110-01 Edgefield F. 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Entertainment Executive Wants Only Those Who Are Committed BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Anthony Parker, the CEO Of Earthquake Enter-tainment, knows how demanding the entertainment business is. He also knows that if you aren't totally committed, you will never be successful. "The same rule applies to artists. They must be commit ted to working hard, making sacrifices, and doing whatever it takes to be successful." Parker said the reason a lot of artists and potential executives give up is being they aren't committed. "As soon as a problem aris es, they panic and adversity is something they can't deal with. I've been there, so I know how it can affect you." Parker said there are sin gle mothers, college students, convicted felons, fathers, and blue-collar workers out there trying to establish themselves. "With life being as demand ing as it is and all kinds of situations competing for our time, it's tough to manage your time effectively. Being an artist, in itself, leaves little time for anything else." As an exainple, Parker said suppose you are footing the bill for your project and you need promotional items and the new Jordana have just hit the shelf. ANTHONY PARKER "To a committed person, the choice would be easy. You must and will learn to priori tize "Due to a lack of understanding for the business, there will always be those that are quick to point out how far from you are from our goal. Most people determine success by the amount of money or items one has. In the record business, that is not the case." Parker advises those who are committed to think back over the last six m orrths, face the man in the mirror and ask yourself hl!ve you made all good decisions. "Once you've done that, pat yourself on the back and hopefully, re'alistically the good decisions outweigh .the bad ones, and you will get good results." Now Accepting 1 Applications .for Free Child Care Hillsborough County Head Start/. Early Head Start is now accepting applications for 2007-2008 child care of 3-and4-year olds You may be eligible for this program ifyou: Have a child who will be 3 years old before September I, 2007 AJ'e employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Meet the federal government pov erty guidelines for income or receive public assistance (SSI, TANF, or Sub-. sidized Child Care) Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing im pairment, mental retardation, an orthopedic impairment, develop mentally delayed, speecManguage problem or any other impairment affecting the child's ability learn. Applications can be downloaded at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/headstart/resourceslforms. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. For more inforr_nation, call Head Start/Early Head Start program at 272-5144) (TfY: 301-7173) Main Office: 3639 W. Waters Ave., Tampa, FL 33614 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY \ LOCAL Parents Of Murdered Children Speak Out What do Wanda Conaway, Darla Saunders, Lucy Mills, and Michelle Grimes have in common? They've all lost children due to violence, and the person or persons responsible remain free. These are just a few of the parents in the area who have lost children due to violence, but all of their stories are the same. They want it to stop, and they want the people responsible to be brought to justice. "As each year goes by, I pray for closure," said Ms. Conaway. My son, Warren Mitchell, was taken away from me for no reason and the person who did it is free to walk around." Ms. Saunders shares that sentiment, and shares the pain and frustration of other parents, "When Isaiah was murdered, I knew there were peo ple around who knew exactly who was responsible. I still believe thJtt now I've done some investigating on my own, and discovered that peo ple are keeping secrets. MARCUS JOHNSON ISAISH BROOKS "I just don't understand how who did this and where they Ms. Grimes said she wants anyone can think it's alright are." the murderers of all the young to protect a killer. How can Ms. Michelle .Grimes said men caught ancL.punished. a her.s9.P Johnson, '\vas mother .feels wh9 has lost her 17 wa.sn't even the intended leave for New Jersey on June. Chl.ld?." 3 d H 1 ft th h d 10 .... r e e e ouse, an Ms. Lucy Mills is angry shn was sitting on his minutes later he was dead. and feels her community has bicycle, talking .to his girl-''Why should I feel sorry for let her down. friend on his cell phone when the person who did this?" ; "Everyone talks about how he was shot, Ifthat's not bad Ms. Grimes met CJ's much they loved CJ (Cedric enough, the person who shot mother imd we'were at 'the Mills), and how good a person hirn knew him." same funeral home at the he was. It's painful to know Ms:Grimes said the person time making arrangeother people know who killed who. shot her son sent' ments. to bury our children. your child, but want to protect condolences to her and the We didn't even know each. them. family through another per-other. We even comforted "I thought by announcing a son, saying Marcus was not each other; and didn't know reward, Someone would step the intended' target. both our sons had been shot to forward. I guess no amount of ;_"That' means nothing to me. death. Now, we have a con-. .t .... money will make a person do He kill'ed his friend and he nect10n. what's right. I don't kriow if needs to be held accountable Reporter Leon B. Crews theY're afraid or what. I :just for that: I'd rather he turn can be reached. at (813) kriow some of the same. people himself in, than to try to prey 248-0724, or e-mailed at who've my home know ,ori my leonflsentineLcom. 'T1 lJ 0 c... c z m ., 6 ::u g en m z :f z m r;m C:. r r z ., c: m r c;; :I: m c m < m ::u -< 2 m (/) c > z c ., -<


,... 0 -0 N It) .... w z ::J .., e a: LL Q a: u. Q z Q en w ::J 1-w > w Q w :::1: en :::J CD ::J 0.. z ..J ..J ::J CD z .i= z w en a:. 9 u. 'cb w C) LOCAL HCC Offers Summer Camp For Girls Onlyl Teens Write And Perfor1n Play With Anti-DrUg Message The office of Continuing Education at Hillsborough Community College announces a Summer Enrichment Camp for Girls Only. Every girl deserves to have the selfconfidence to facilitate her being smart and elegant. HCC' s camp is designed to nurture the self confidence of girls ages 8-12 while teaching them some essential life skills for success in today's society. The activities of the Summer Enrichment Camp at HCC are geared toward developing a positive self-image, an achievement -driven attitude and a sense of discipline all while allowing the girls to just have fun! Dr. Sharon Miller, Dean of Continuing Education at HCC, urges parents and Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers guardians to enroll their girls sooner than later as space in the camp is intentionally limited to allow more interaction between students and facilitators. Topics for this summer include: Public Speaking Toast Master's Style, Conversational Spanish, Big Band and Step Dance, Etiquette, Reading and Journaling-Webcasts from Germany, Modeling, Functional Math Skills, Finance and Budgeting, Health and Beauty, Fitness Fun and Creative Crafts (Scrap booking, Beading, etc.) The girls will enjoy a catered luncheon to put their etiquette skills to work. They will also participate in a closing program to showcase to family and friends a glimpse of what they learn .this summer. The camp runs from July 9 -August 3, 2007. It meets daily (Mon : -Fri.) from 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM. For more inforniation con tact the Office of Continuing Education at (813) 253-7985 or email jbuggs@hccfl.edu. Today 54% ofkids will have tried illicit drugs before they leave high school. What can be done to combat this crisis? Ten kids have found a formula for an anti-drug message kids can r elate to they sing, dance and rap to emphasize the dangers of various drugs; such as nicotine, alcohol, marijuana, and crack/cocaine. They're called Dreamers Against Drugs and their final dress rehearsal is 2 p. m. on Friday, June 15 at the Cyrus Greene Community Center, located at 2101 East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Dreamers Against Drugs is an award-winning program of the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department. The Dreamers, as they are known, are ages 10-16 years old and have received drug prevention education through the Mendez Foundation, a substance abuse and violence pre vention organization focusing on youth education. The results of their training culminate in the dazzling outcome of the Dreamers Against Drugs now in its 18th year. Dreamers Against Drugs will be on tour June-July. All performances are free and open to the public. For more information, call the HOUSE: or RESTORATION Q-IURQ-1 or GOD, INC. & THE: HARRIS FAMILY Welcome This Medium To Announce .THE HOLY CALLING OF THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST HOUSE OF -RESTORATIO' N CHURCf-(OF GOD, 1.60) Ave. FL, ))610 \ f'Andlthank. Chrlst our who hath e nabl e d me,for that He cqunted m efaithful, putting me.into the ministry I TIMOTHY 1:12 City of Tampa and Recreation Department at 931-2106 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: June18 Nick Capitano Boys & Girls Club 10:30 a.m. Temple Crest Community Center 1:30 p.m. June 19 George Bartholomew N. Tampa Center 10 : 30 a m. Wilbert Davis/Belmont Boys & Girls Club 1:30 p. m. June20 Rey Park Community Center 10:20 a.m. NFL YET Center at Jackson Heights 1:30 p. m. June 21 Oak Park Community Center 10:30a. m. June25 Dover Boys & Girls Club 10:30 a.m. Winston Park Boys & Girls CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH WEmiDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. SMdowlftm, T1mpa, FL, 33610 (813) 2J8.6706 rn......dav PrQw & Bible Sllldr 6:30 W'llllllnlll Everr Sldurdu -11:30 1""'--"-U...S n-.sh the Word Of Matthew Club 1:30 p.m. June 26 City of Tampa TV 10:30 a.m. Grant Park Community Center 1 : 30 p m June 27 Forest Hills Community Center 10:30 a. m. Robles Park 1:30 p m. June 28 Port Tampa Community Center 10:30 a. m. Loretta Ingraham Recreation 1 : 30 p. m July 10 Jim Walter Interbay Boys & Girls Club 10:30 a.m. Wilbert Davis/Belmont Boys & Girls Club 1:30 p. m. July 11 Desoto Park Recreation Complex 2 p. m. July 17 Kid Mason Community Center 1:30 p.m July 18 MOSI 11 : 00 a.m. Mount Calvary junior Academy Kindergarten -8th grade 1. Bible -based instruction. 2. Caring, loying, certified teachers 3 High value at an affordable rate. 4. Aorida Pride scholarships. 5.1 Computer lab with internet and n e twork. 6 A safe .drug 7. EXtracurricular activities. 8. Chall enging academic program. 9. Personal given 1 ;;:;' ,, 10. Outstandmg students. ..@ 11. Hot nutritious meals daily ,. 12. Fully accredited curriculum. 13. Small class size 14. Before and after school program 1 5. Reading and math labs 16. Music (String Ensemble) Training minds hearts, and hands for. worthy and pro<:fucttve seiVIce. Call today for a registration packet ,4, 813 238-0433 ff .. 3111 East Wilder Avenue ., .;:_:-.. Tampa, Florida 33610


=======LOCAL-I Behind The Pulpit: j Center For Manifestation 3102 E. Lake Avenue Dr. Mark T. Jones, Sr. I Pastor The Center for Manifesta tion is often called, "Church not normal," and the motto seems to fit this house of worship perfectly. From the way the church was established, to their way of holding service, little about the church located at 3102 E. Lake A venue is ordinary The Center of Manifestation opened its doors on July 15, 2001 under the direction of its founder and pastor, Dr. Mark T. Jones, Sr. In 2003, under the direction of the Lord, Dr. Jones left a lucrative career in business administration to become the full-time pastor of The Center for Manifestation. "We expect people to change as they enter our church entrance. People often state that they are attracted to the sanctuary because they wanted a change in their lives from the ordinary church experi ence," said Dr. Jones. "We want people to reap the benefits of corporate worship and prayer. The Center for Manifesta tion has over 40 ministries to meet whatever spiritual needs a potential member may haye. Dr. Jones is married to Lisa Jones, and has two children Mark Jr. and Marlesia. For more information on the Center For Manifestation, please call (813) 2416919, or go to www.centerfor manifestation.com. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or adauis@tlsentinel.com. Historic -ResoUrces Revievv Board :will .Meet .. "-'' The Hillsborough County Historic Resources Review Board has scheduled its regular meeting for Tuesday, June 19, from 4 p.m. 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in Room B on the 26th Floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., in downtown Tampa. For more information,_ please Elaine Lund, Planning and Growth Department at 276-8387. Middleton Class Of '67 I The Middleton Class of '67 announces its 40th reunion Class Banquet, which will be held Sept. 6-9, 2007 at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, 2701 E. Fowler Ave. Please contact Cheryl Collins at (813) 236-1945 for fur-ther information. ": #The Voice ojOt1r Corn1nuni1y Speakingjorltseif' (813) 248-1921 FIRST MOUNT CARMEL A.M. E. CHURCH -WOti N. 2tith Stn:ct t 131 .:._:;ti-2322 REV. KIRK R BOGEN, Pastor Church School Sunday 9 :30a. m Worship Service Sunday II a m Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wedne sday 6:30 p m UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3111 Ybor Street, Tampa, FL 33605 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A. H. Homing Worship 11 A. H. Bible Study Tuesday 7:30 P. H. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED es PASTOR LAYTECIA FLOWERS Schedule of Services Sundays ...... ...... lO:OO a.m. Worship Service Tuesdays ................. 12:00 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Every 4th Monday Night 7:00 p m Substance Abuse .. Ministries Wednesdays .......... .7:30 p.m. Wisdom in the Word Bible Study Every 3rd Saturday .... l:OO p.m. Women of Wisdom Ministries : M a. Church >'.;: 3'101 E. Lake Ave. Tampa 'FL 336. o \'.:;/--. .. ,. (813) 503-9843 ': REV. DAVID PASTOR FIRST MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. 11 A.M. Morning Wors _hip Tuesday 7 P. M. rayer Meeting & Bible Study :D 0 303 N Oregon Ave. TJmpJ, FL, B606 (8B) 254 5260 }< KENNETH STEWART, P.utor (813) 817-7288 & Sunday School 12 p m. Morning Wonhip 1 p .m. Bible Study 7:30p.m. Youth Sign language & Tutoring Directions: 1 -275 to Downtown We>t Exit (A>hley Drive) lurn Right Kennedy Blvd. lurn Right on Oregon Avenue. www.tabofhope.org pastor@tabofhope.org Your Lif h By Til Clloico You Mako ... NEW MT. SILLA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5702 E. 32nd Ave. Pastor: WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2007 Topic: "Women Being Perfected With Power Foi Purpose" june 1'5 & june 16, 2007 2801 N. Florida Avenue june 15, 2007 7:30 p. m. PASTOR JOYCE WILKERSON New Millennium Life Restoration Fellowship Center :rown, June 16, 2007 9 a.m. PASTOR JOYCE WILKERSON New Millennium Life Restoration Fellowship Center Artist Cc z m _.. (11 1\) 0 0 '""" "T1 5 :tl en m z :j z m r:m c r rm :j z "tJ c m c en ::z:: m c m -1 c DANA MACKEY m en Potts Town, Pennsylvania MORNING GLORY PRAYER BREAKFAST 100WOMEN IN WHITE __ _a_2_o_E_.B_u_s_ch __ .:_ AnnucdSteward BOcird Observance Stmday,Jtm.e17, 2007 Pastor Theme; '1n HIS seroice, we-shall :: "'.:::. ,_ "/ PSalm 91 7=45 A.M. Speaker: ISAAC T. HARMON, Pastor Chnst1an Fellowship Center, Chipley, Florida A.M. Speaker: REVEREND CLARENCE WILCHER Retired Pastor Mount Olive A.M. E. Church Bealsville, Florida "T1 :2 c Everyone Is Invited To COme And Share In This Wo;shiJ' Experience With Us. .-m -. Brother Julius r.. Robinson.' Chair.'Pro-Tem.. cp l>.


...... 0 0 N .n .,... w z ;:) .., c a: u. c a: u. c z c( c en w ;:) .... w > w c w :::z:: en :::::i m ;:) a.. z i= w ..J ..J :: m _j w z i= z w en 'c( c a: 0 ..J u. LOCAL Young Dad Battling Leukemia Takes Part In Crnical Study In August of 2006, Joseph or as close to remission as Grimsley was diagnosed possible. with Myeloid Leukemia "This will allow the trans(AML) after suddenly becom-plant arrangements to move ing ill. Joseph needs a bone forward. The doctors per. marrow transplant, but until a formed a bone marrow biopsy matching donor can be locat-on Monday and God ed, he continues his treatment answered our prayers ... the at Moffitt Cancer Center. results of the biopsy shows During his previous stay in that the leukemia cells are the hospital, doctors offered gone and the marrow is clean Joseph the opportunity to and clear," Mrs. Grimsley participate in a clinical said. research study. He agreed, She further stated that and earlier this week, Joseph Joseph might still be conreceived the first dose of fined to the hospital Father's chemotherapy and his moth-Day, depending on his er, Ms. Ethel Grimsley, progress. However, whether said he is experiencing the he is home or at the hospital, normal effects that accompa-the family will spend a quiet ny the treatment. day together. "He can't eat, he's experi"I tell him to stay encour\ encing nausea, low red and aged and help him to realize white cells, as well as low that God is awesome and that platelet counts. But the docGod is going to use him to tes tors are hoping that this new tify one day," his mother said. drug will put him in remission Mrs. Grimsley has orga-Also Appearing Are: LINCOLN GARDENS MALE CHORUS & WILLIAMS CHORUS, New Progress FREE ADMISSION Sponsor: SIS. PAT & SIS. IH)TH DA:\IELS MS. ETHEL GRIMSLEY nized several bone marrow drives throughout the bay area in hopes of finding a donor for her son. She plans to host another drive next month. Joseph Grimsley, center, is shown with his family from left to right: Adah, Joe'l, Mrs. Adriana Grimsley, and Asia. AML is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. The cure for the disease lies in a bone marrow transplant. He is listed on the National Bone Marrow Registry. An employee of APSCO Appliance Center, in Largo, Joseph, 35, is married to Mrs. Adriana Grimsley. They are the parents of Adah, Joe'l, and Asia. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by email at irisCroflsentiuel.eom. Votu\g Umbrclla Return Cu Valet Service& Tastcful: &Juices, r...,.. Camplimnury Newsppt'r R.lrvant l5c R\errnt nd Ministries S.:rmon Note shecu, l'ui.., & Wor$hip, etc ... Wlnre: Ser.Jicrs being AMC-14 Pla7.a Mall, Tampa Florida What: Morning Glory Services When: Suiulay's 3, 2007@ 8:15am & I 0:15am Why: It's Time ...... {*During the 8:15am swvia only) ToU-Free 866-R-LOCKEIT (756-2538) or Visit Our Website (Beginning july J, 2007) -Monday, June Bishop Alto Blanding: True Holiness Church, Tampa, Florida Tuesday June 19th-Pastor J.L. Witliams : All Nations Church, St. Petersburg, Florida Wednesday June 20th-Bishop James Paschal : House of God, St. Petersburg, Florida Pastor K.C. Griffin : Bethel New Cov.enant, Tampa, Florida Thursday, June 21st-Bishop C. Ferguson : Hands ofGod MiniStries Tampa,Florida Friday, June 22nd-Special Tribute House of God Tampa, Florida Saturday, June 23rd-Apostle Robert Turner : Word Alive MinistrY, Augusta, Georgia


. LOCAL Well-Known Gospel Singer Dies Suddenly BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer A well-known Tampa gospel died suddenly after suffering a massive heart attack. She was 58-years-old. Ms. Delouris "Pumpkin" Streeter had undergone two heart surgeries in the past, but was doing well and not having any problems, her niece, Ms. Vetassha Stewart said. Ms. Streeter had gone to visit friends in Palmetto, when she became ill Monday morning. "She had a massive heart attack and the paramedics worked on her and stabilized her. She had another heart attack after she reached the hospital and they stabilized her again. They were taking her to the Intensive Care Unit when she died," Ms. Stewart said. A Tampa native, Ms. Streeter attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She was also a member of the Middleton High School Marching Band, her niece said Ms. Streeter enjoyed music MS. DELOURIS STREETER (Pumpkin) and was the pianist for Mt. Olive AME Church, where she was a member. ShP. also played for the congregation of True Faith Inspirational Church. Ms. Streeter was employed at Morning, Glory Funeral Home. "She worked for me for six years. She was a Lady Attendant, Musician, and she even drove if I needed her. "She was never late, she never stood me up, she was one of the best I have ever had," Harold Jones, owner of Morning Glory Funeral Home said. Ms. Streeter was also a member of the Morning Glory Mass Choir and is featured on three songs on their new CD entitled, "TheLast Mile Of The Way." Jones said Ms. Streeter began singing "I'm Free" at funerals and encouraged her to record the song for their CD. She was also a member of the Spiritualettes, other gospel groups, and traveled all over the country singing gospel songs The mother of four children, Ms. Streeter is survived by two of her children, Johnnie B. Harris, Ms. Tiffany A. Nelson, Ms. Stewart, (whom she raised) 5 grandchildren, 2 great grand children, 3 sisters, other fami ly members and friends. Ms. Stewart said her aunt helped raise other children because she loved singing and helping other people. funeral servi1:es for Ms. Streeter will be held on Tuesday, June' 19th, at the. Center for Manifestation. Wilson's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It's time to put your writing skills to the test because ... THE TAMP A BAY AREA MUSLIM ASSOCIATION (TBAMA) Cordially Invites The Community's Participation In Their First Ever, 100-Word Essay Nomination Competition Embodying the Spirit of the Powerful Who Was Mr. Marcus M. Garvey? Mr. Garvey was one of the earliest Black social activists, a charismatic speaker, entrepreneur and journalist of his own newspaper, who made the most impression on people of color in the twentieth century and was a believer in one God. Without him, there would have been no Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was a major figure who has influenced ever)' generation of African American writers Mr. Garvey is most famous for organizing the Universal Negro Improvement (UNIA) and for his great Repatriation to the African Movement. Mr. Garvey strongly believed in se)f. reliance and has influenced many people to rely on themselves. How Can The Community Participate'! ,, _. In exactly IOOwords, anyone in the Tampa Bay I St. Petersburg area can nominate a person in their community whom they believe embodies the spirit of the great Marcus M. Garvey. Nominate that person by name and give at least three (3) compelling reasons why you believe your nominee should receive the Marcus Garvey Achievement Award that TBAMA will be awarding on August 25,2007, at their Annual Fundraiscr and Cotnedy Extravaganza Essays must be tvped with ;your name and return address attached. The nominee in the community \vith the most nominations will be the winner of this prestigious award to be received live and person at this fundraiser's banquet. The winning nominee essay writer's names will be honorably mentioned also. When Is The Essay Nomination Deadline? essay nominat_ions should be post-marked anrl; received no later than August I 2007. You can begin sending in your 100-word essay now so that it ciin be received on time in order for your nominee to be counted. Where Do You Send Your Essay Nominations? Jarvis Karim El-Amin, TBAMA Fundraiser Committee Chairperson 4818 East 99th Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33617 Call (813) 787-6652 for more information Include Your Email Address-TBAMA ENCOURAGES YOU TO GET INVOLVED AND SEND IN YOUR ESSAY NOMINATION TODAY! Annual Fundraiser To Honors Heroes, Help Local Youth One of the most popular events in the City of Tampa will honor the area's unsung heroes, and help local under privileged youth reach their maximum potential. The Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, Inc. will be hosting its 11th Annual of Hope Awards Banquet and Black Tie Fundraiser this Saturday. The goal is to raise $300,000 for the Academy to help prepare Tampa's youth for col lege. "This event has so many great aspects to it. You have some of the most influential business, community and local leaders in attendance. JAMES EVANS Executive Director, Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, Inc. 'TI lJ 0 c.. c: z m ... U1 'N 0 0 ...., Most importantly, this is a fundraiser to help prepare our local youth for the future," said James Evans, Executive Director of' the Tampa Bay Academy of Hope. The event wUI also honor many of the area's unsung heroes, highlighting people who have made significant contributions in business, sports, education and in the event. People always have a ., great time at the Harvest of b Hope event," said Evans. "For :!! more information, please call c the Tampa Bay Academy of ,_ Hope (813} 277-0464, or go en to www.tam-pahope.com. Reporter I Writer Antione :::1 Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also t;"" CD c r r media. "It's going to be a great be reached adavis@flsentinel.com. 'at ---FYI---z "0 c: CD MHS Class Of 1967 Reunion Planning Meeting Clarification 5i An article in Tuesday's :::t issue on Central Avenue a Remembered stated that m Willie Robinson was the < owner of the Jackson House. m Mr. Robinson is still the owner of the Jackson House. The Middleton Senior High School class of '67 will be hosting its monthly reunion planning meeting on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a m., at the Jackson Heights Recreation Center, Missing Teen Back Home 3210 E. Lake Avenue. Ms. Cecelia Degree m C/) c ,. z c Several deadlines are at hand reported to the Sentinel or near and only 20-25 reser-Monday night that her son. vations are still available for had been located shortly the banquet/masquerade ball. before 7 p ...m. He was doil)g :B Plans are being finalized; well. The young man had B prospective participants are been missing since the previ-urged to. attend this very ous Saturday when he "left important meeting or contact home to get a haircut. either Cheryl Collins at While riding through. the (813) 236-1945 or Sharon M East Tampa community, Ms. Niblack at (813} 231-2720 for Degree spotted her son in more information. the company of other teens WORKSHOP FOR MEN AND WOMEN THEME : Building Strong Relationships" Saturday, June 16th 10 A.M ..: 2 P.M. FACU.ITATORS : *Reverend Margaret Wade *Dr. Florence Howell Rev. Willie G. Dixon *Jay Jackson m ... ... I ,.


...... 0 0 N 1/) -w z ::J ..., c a: LL c a: LL c z w c w ::1: U) ::i m ::J D. z -I -I ::J m ..!I w z z w U) g a: 0 -I LL LOCAL Law Finn Moves To Better Serve Customers A well-known local law firm has relocated to a new site Fresh Start Law Firm, Inc. has moved from 620 E. Twiggs Street, Suite 205, to 505 E. Jackson Street, Suite 303 in Downtown Tampa. The Black-owned law firm specializes in real estate, mortgage, bankruptcy, family and business law. 'They also handle title insurance and closings. Attorney Miriam L. Sumpter Richard, the owner of the law firm, says that the move was necessary to better the firm's ATIORNEYMIRIAM L. clients. SUMPTER RICHARD "Our previous office didn't Fresh Start Law Firm, Inc. have one central location, we were operating out of a few Atty. Sumpter Richard. rooms. We were pretty scat-"I'm extremely excited tered around there, especial-because now we're self-conly with the firm growing at tained, and we are able to such a rapid pace," said serve our clients better." Sumpter Richard says that even when her office situation was unre sol v ed, her business continued to grow by leaps and bounds "The firm has grown like wildfire. We get a lot of clients through referrals, people who have been happy with the service that we give them," said Sumpter Richard, a F AMU and Southern Law Center graduate. "This has been a great move. I'm happy; and our clients happy because we are in a better position to serve them." To contact Fresh Start Law Firm, Inc. please call (813) 387-7724, or go to www .freshstartlawfirm.com. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at adavis@jlsentinel com Linebackers Nece And Quarles Celebrate 'Best Dads In The Bay' Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Ryan N ece and Pro Bowl linebacker Shelton. Quarles will honor 25 excep tional fathers at their annual 'Best Dads in the Bay' luncheon sponsored by.The Tampa Tribune. During the banquet, local media person ality Jack Harris will share 'steries and insights into the importance of being a father. Each dad will receive a gift bag and be entered to win raffle prizes. Additionally, Nece and Quarles will present three. dads of their choosing with special gift packages, which RYAN NECE And SHELTON QUARLES include tickets to a Buccaneers home game. Their top choice for Best Dad will also have his picture taken with Nece on the football field prior to a home game and will receive a catered party for 25 during a Buccaneers road game. Nece and Quarles selected the luncheon attendees from nearly 300 nominees. The event will be held today in the West Club at Raymond James Nece and Quarles were raised in single-parent homes and wanted to honor their mothers while giving back to their community. Since 2004, the linebackers have hosted two annual lun cheons celebrating Mother's and Father's Days. Learn more about what the Buccaneers are doing in the Tampa Bay area at www.buccaneers.com. Spokesman In The Spotlight SAMANTHA There are beautiful women throughout the City of Tampa. This week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature is living proof of that. We are proud to welcome the stunning Samantha. This 19-year-old loves shopping, writing, sports and spending time with. her friends. Samantha says that she also likes a man that is ambitious, good-looking and respectful. Congratulations to this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature, Samantha. AMPA DISTRICT FLORIDA Is Observing Elder Pastor Samuel Reverend Lillian Zakay W1thAn MT. SINAI A.M. E. ZION CHURCH 2909 Nebraska Ave.* Tampa Appearing On The Program: Speaker Bishop Mitchell L. Bryant Presiding Dr. Mozella Mitchell Many others will appear on the program. Rev. Dr. Winston Prescott Committee: Priscilla Workman, Rev. Aaron Robley, Martha Hepburn Cail (Publicity) You Are Cordially Invited


--ALL ABO UTYOU! KEISHA, BREANAAnd PAULINE THE FIRST LADY East I West side trapstars (Pauline and Crystal) trapping up at the Party House on Saturday 6/16 Come 'sane' leave in a 'slang." It's a grown folks affair. Subscribe Today! -/ HThe \0ice of Our Community Speaking for I Call: (813} 248-1921 The Bible Says Nebraska Ave Church of Christ, 4608 Neb raska Ave, Tampa, FL 33603 Schedule of Services Sunday 9 :30am 10:30 am; 6 :00pmWed 7 :30pm Phone Paid Advertisement LARRY LAWS O N 'LUMP' It's that time of _the year again. It's been a long hard road but by the grace of God I was able to overcome all obstacles in my way. And, I'm still standing, making things happen like a real man. All prayers to God. Happy birthday Juggy. From your wife, Tracee. ELLINGTON Ellington, you are Mommy's special little boy. I love you very much and so does all of our family and friends. Tampa Bay Technical High School CEDRIC CUMMINGS Age:_18 Parents: Robert and Regina Cummings. GPA or Class Rariking: 4.48; 12/239 Awards and Honors: Graduate with Honors and ranked number 12 in my cl!'lSS. Activities: Prom; Grad. Bash; and Senior Field Day. College: Florida Gulf Coast University FUture Plans: To major in Sports Management. Happy First Anniversary LARRY And TAMEKA KNOTT June 17th "TI 5 CJ) m z :! z m r;aJ c r r m :! z "0 c: aJ r en. :z: m c m < m :II < -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "TI :II c


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After those four players, all bets are off, and where players go is anybod ies guess. Tiger Woods Seeks 13th Majo r This week, Tiger Woods is seeking his 13th major tournament The is the U. S. Open being played at Oakmont Golf and Country Club in Pittsburgh. According tQ Tiger, it is a tough golf course that is very difficult. The course features the toughest par four hole in the country, a 288-yard par three, and some deep roughs. It is expected that an over par score will be the winning score A win would certainly quiet the growing number of Tiger critics. Cavaliers Facing Sweep The Cleveland Cavaliers are on the verge of being swept by the San Antonio Spurs. Going into last. night's game, the Spurs led the championship series 3 games to none. The fourth game had not been completed by press time. It appears that the Cavs were never a match for the Spurs. -' Don't Weep For Billy 'D' Don't spend any time weeping for two-time NCAA Basketball Tournament winner Billy Donovan of the University of Florida, One reason Billy Boy came back to Florida is because the cup board wasn't dry. Billy lost his top six ball players, but there is enough top firepower to scare the beejeepers out of teams. Add a high profile recruiting class, and Billy D will be in the hunt again this year. Don't be surprised when you find the Gators contending. ,. Tttnlfs : ADAM 'PACMAN' JONFS NEW YORK --Adam "Pacman" Jones dropped his appeal of a yearlong pension Tuesday, pledging to repair an image that made the Tennessee Titans cornerback the poster child for NFL misconduct. His decision came after a third meeting with commis sioner Roger Goodell. "I understand my responsi bilities to my teammates, the Titans and my fans and I am committed to turning my life around and being a pi>sitive member of the NFL," Jones said in a statement issued by newly hired agent Michael Huyghue. Jone s was suspended after 10 encounters with police and five arrests since he was drafted in 200 5 Artnstead Retires A Giant "Last week, I asked for an opportunity to meet privately with commissioner Goodell," Jones said. "I met with him earlier today to tell him about the steps I have taken to change my life since being suspended by the NFL. I accept the discipline that's been imposed on me and I am withdrawing my appeal." JESSIE ARMSTEAD EAST RuTHERFORD, NJ .:....__ Five -time Pro Bowl'line backe r Jessie Armstead signed a one-day contract on Wednesday so he could retire as a New York Giant. "I am thankful the organiza tion gave me the opportunity," Armstead said. "My blood, I always had New York Giant s in it." To make room for Armstead on the the Giants placed starting fullback Jim Finn on seasonending injured reserve. Finn had shoulder surgery on Monday. -Taken in the eighth round of the 1993 draft, Armstead played nine seasons for the Giants, helping them reach the Super Bowl in 2000. Guard i anship Immigration P robat e Wills eaf/ IU IDe MH, Help, F. Kenti Oguntebl Attorney at LaW 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, Fl, The hiring of a lawyer Is a n Important dacr,lon that should not be based solely upon advertlsments Before you declcde, ask iJs to send you free wrlten l ntonna&lon about our and DeVil Rays Grant Dukes A 'Personal Day' Off ST. PETERSBURG-Tampa Bay outfielder Elijah Dukes was not in uniform for the Devil Rays game Wednesday night against San Diego following another wave of media reports detail ing his problems off the field. Manager Joe Maddon said the 22-year-old rookie was given a "personal day" and would not be at Tropicana Field after it was revealed that a pregnant 18year-old girl is claiming that Dukes is the father of her unborn child. The St. Petersburg Times and Tampa Tribune reported the girl was 17 at the time she said she became pregnant while in the. foster care. of one of Dukes' relatives. ELIJAH DUKES Under Florida law, adults up. to the age of 23' are allowed to have consensual sex with 16-and 17-yearolds. that vice president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman had informed him that Dukes would not be at the ball park. Friedman was not available for comment before Wednesday night's game, but issued a one sentence state-ment. "He's not going to be here today and we're going to play one man short .... We gave him a personal day, and we're going to leave it at that," Maddon said, "After conversations with Elijah and his agent today, the organization okayed Elijah's ahsence tonight," Friedman said. Law Offic e s of ANGELA B. WRIGHT STATE & FEDERAL COURTS BOND MOTIONS SEAL/EXPUNGE RECORDS ILLEGAL STOPS FELONIES PROB ATION VIOLATION S MISDEMEANORS Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorne 3 00 N. Franklin St., Tampa, FL. 33602 (813) 277 -()068 The h iring of a lawyer is an decision and shoul d not be based solely upon advcrhst mc.ll' Before you d ecide, ask us to srod yi>u free w!lttat infonnatim about our qualilicatiom and cxpcr i c 1 ce. (My prac tice does not i nclud e p

. SPORTS ., :::D 0 NFLPA Files Grievance On Behalf Of Miami's Culpepper MIAMI --Daunte Culpepper is getting help from the NFL Players Association in his quest to be released from the Miami Dolphins. The NFLPA filed a grievance Tuesday on Culpepper's behalf, with hopes that the matter can be resolved within a week, said Richard Berthelsen, the union s general counsel. "They're breaching his contract by refusing to employ him or letting him go someplace else," Berthelsen said. The grievance is similar to one filed by the NFLP A last year against the Tennessee Titans after the team barred Steve McNair from working out at its facility. McNair was eventually traded to Baltimore for fourth-round draft pick. "After attempting to handle the situation in Miami professionally and privately, .I found that I could not get the Dolphins to do the right thing," C u lpepper wrote in an e-mail to the AP on Tuesday night. "It is encouraging to know that the 'N'FLPA is willing to step :and_ help both sides get past. this Jags Have Interest In Culpepper JACKSONVILLE -The Jaguars apparently wouldn't mind seeing Daunte join them this In lieu of hiring an agent, Daunte Culpepper represents himself in contract negoations. season, even though they already have two capable quarterbacks in Byron Leftwich and David Garrard. Leftwich and Garrard both said Wednesday that the Jaguars have told them they have interest in acquiring Culpepper -that is, assuming the disgruntled quarterback gets the release he's seeking from the Dolphins, who are trying instead to trade him. "Any time you have a quarterback the caliber of Daunte Culpepper, any time you can add a guy to your roster of that caliber, as an organization it's smart to look into that," Leftwich said. "Especially with me having one year left on my contr.act, that's not a bad business move if you were to look at it from that point. I have no problems with it, no problems whatsoever." George & Jackie Wilds Want To T hank You For Your Patron e!. T'wolves Trade James To Rockets For Howard Lebron's Girlfriend Gives Birth T o Couple's 2nd Son, Bryce Maxlmus c.. c:: z m ..... U'l MIKE JAMES ... Out JUWANHOWARD ... In MINNEAPOLIS--The Minnesota Timberwolves have reached an agreement to _trade point guard Mike James to the Houston Rockets for power forward Juwan Howard. CLEVELAND -LeBron James' girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, gave birth early Thursday to the couple's second son, Bryce Maximus James. Keith Estabrook, a spokesman for the Cleveland Cavaliers star and his family, said Bryce weighed 8 pounds; 6 ounces and was 21 inches long. He was born at 12:51 a.m. at Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital, near his father's hometown of Akron. "S a v anna h and the baby are healthy and doing well," Estabrook said. The boy was born as the Cavaliers prepared to host the San Antonio Spurs in Game 4 of the NBA finals Thursday night. The Spurs are one win from a fourgame sweep. LEBRON JAMES The 22-year-old James 1\) 0 0 ..... and his girlfriend had their ., first child, LeBron James 5 Jr., in October 2004. :::D James' agent, Bill Duffy, said Wednesday night the teams have been working for several weeks on a deal to move James after one disappointing season in Minnesota. Both the Wolves and the Rockets declined to comment about the trade Wednesday night. Holdsclaw Stuns (/) m z z m r The deal was first report. ed by TV station KRIV in Houston and the Houston Chronicle James played 26 games for the. in the 2004-05 season. Sparks By Retiring I m Duffy said he was' told the deal would likely be completed on Thursday, and that it could have additional parts. Houston was bidding against Minnesota last summer when James was a prized free agent. The Wolves got him instead for a four-year, $23 million con tract. 18131 248 LOS ANGELES .__ Five games into her ninth season in the WNBA, Chamique Holdsclaw surprised the Los Angeles Sparks by decid ing to retire. The 29-year-old forward, a six-time All Star who resigned with the Sparks in February, was averaging a team-high 15.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.0 assists this year. "This is not what we want ed," Sparks co-owner Kathy Goodman said "She said she'd given it a lot ofthought and decided she didn't want to play anymore." Goodman said Holdsclaw didn't give a reason and the. owners didn't ask for one. "We decided to respect her decision," Goodman said. "I'm not sure how long she had been thinking about it. The first we heard about it was over the weekertd. 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The Corrections Department is lending 100 employees a week to the Parole Commission to help them go through the cases to speed up the restoration process, said Rob Wheeler, an attorney in the governor's office. Murderers and sex offenders will not be eligible to have their rights restored. Also, the only reason someone could not have their rights restored is if the person has died, has moved from Florida has had imother arrest or has not paid restitution to their victims. The State of Florida is sending letters to the last known address of everyone whose rights have been restored. Anyone needing more information on the process of restoring their civil rights should contact the Office of Executive Clemency at (850) 488-2952. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or adavis@jlsentinel.com. fftTHER'I DftY IPECiftl STYLISTS 5807 N. 56th St LLOYDSEBAS Barber Bring Ad And Get JO% OFF ft"Y IfRYKf Fades Blowouts Ceasars Tapers Edges Trims Color Call Lloyd For Appt. 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Video showed the driver get out of the car and fire 30 rounds from a semi-automatic weapon while running toward the police officer. FREDERICK D. DARRINGTON JR. On Wednesday, Jackson County prosecutors filed charges against Darrington, including first degree assault on a law The officer was struck in the left ankle by one of the bullets fired but managed to dive into his patrol car. to escape additional injury, prosecutors said. The officer also suffered head lacerations when a bullet struck the laptop computer in his vehicle. He is expected to recover. The shooter fled on foot enforcement officer, armed criminal action, resisting arrest, first-degree tampering and unlawful use of a weapon. Officers, aided by a police dog, were able to locate the culprit hiding in a n.earby garage about an hour later. Frederick D. Darrington Jr., 18, was arrested in connection with. last week's police shooting. Darrington is tQ.e key sus pect in more than 20 violent incidents within the past two years, including carjackings, robberies and a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured two teenagers, police sai d Darrington is being held op. $500,000 bond. Wesley Snipes Blames Racism For Tax Charges OCALA--Actor Wesley Snipes is a victim of "unscrupulous tax advice" and is being selectively targeted for prosecution on federal tax evasion charges because he is black, his attorneys argue in a motion to dismiss the indictment. That's what Snipes has said all along about the charges In a June 4 motion to dis miss the indictment, Snipes' attorneys aigue ;that prosecu' tors filed additional tax eva-' WESLEY SNIPES 1 sion against him imd : "' not against two co-defendants based on a _bogus argument because they are "Caucasian, thatonly income from foreign while Mr. Snipes is was subject to taxa-. American." tion. ., .-.. .. A federal judge still con-.. 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MRS. LUCILLE BROWN A celebration of life service for Mrs. Lucille Brown, of7416 S. Mascotte Street, who passed away, Wednesday, June 6, 2007, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a. m. at St. Mark M. B. Church, 7221 Sherrill Street (Port Tampa), Pastor Charles A. Perry, Sr., officiating. Interment will be held in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Brown was born June 10, 1922, in Gainesville, to the late Avis and Carrie Rivers. She moved from Gainesville to Tampa in 1960. She attended Gainesville Lincoln High School and graduated in June of 1941. She was married to Milton Brown and worked as a Domestic Engineer. She was a member of Saint Mark Missionary Baptist Church and was committed to Choir #1 and served. as their President. Mrs. Brown was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband; and her grandmother, Ada Williams. She leaves loving memories of her with: her only chHd, Delores Frazier of Gainesville; 2 grandchildren, Lolita Frazier and Albert Fr-azier, both of GainesviJle; 3 great grandchildren, L; Denese Williams, Germany Brown and. Aha Frazier, all of Gainesville; great; great grandson, Eric Edwards, Jr. of Gainesville; 3 brothers-in-law, Atkin Brown (Louise) and Pulcher (Rosa Lee), all of Tampa, and Brinkley Brown, Sr. of Miami; sister-in-law, Velma Wiggines of Miami; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on ,Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 7416 S. Mascotte Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. THERE Wll.L BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME charlow 1 L_______j MS. SYLVIA ANN MARTIN Ms. Sylvia Ann Martin, born September 28, 1951, in Hamilton County, to the late Zillie Daniels and Vernell Robinson, departed this life on Saturday, June 9, 2007, at the Sun City LifePath Hospice. Funeral services for Ms. Sylvia Ann Martin will be held Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Highland Missionary Baptist Church, 3410 East North Street, Tampa, Pastor .. Julius L. Wynn, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea, Tampa. Sylvia attended Richardson High School, Lake City, where she graduated with the class of 1970. Preceding her in death were: her daughter, Velisa Vernell Martin'; sister, Rose Mae Cuyler; and b 'rother, ,Earl Daniels. She leaves to cherish her memory in the hearts of: her beloved companion, Anthony Harris; a loving son, Alfred Daniels Smith, Sr. (Renae), of Tampa; 3 sisters, Ida Mae Sanders of Tampa, Edith Copeland (Rev. Willie Copeland), and Thelma Jean (William), both of Lake City; 3 brothers, Zillie Daniels (Brenda) of Live Oak, Jerry Daniels (Angelina) of Tampa, and Alton Drone (Myra) of Plant City; 3 grandchildren, Regan James Smith, Alfred Daniels Smith, Jr., Carter Junior' Smith, Tampa; a special niece, Darlene Bradley (Clarence) of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews, oth.er relatives and sorrowing friends. The wake will be held Friday, June 15,2007, from 67 p.m. at St. James A.M. E. Church, 5202 86th Street, Tampa (Progress Village). Services by CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME, 1010 East Laura Street, Plant City, 33563, (813) 752-2477. 0\'ER 75 YEARS OF SERVlCE Family 011 u e d & Operated verett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 We Offer Cremation -Personalized Funeral Services -Shipping 813-237-5775 We provide affordable Prices with Excellence In Professionalism ;\nd High Standards ll'itlt a Fu11eral .Service. FUNERALS ; Everett-Derr i Anderson 1 --------------------------MR. ISAAC GANT Homegoing services for Mr. Isaac Gant of 8219 N. Klondyke Street, #B, who passed away Saturday, June 9, 2007, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 1 p. m. from Peace Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 East 24th Avenue, with the Rev. W. F. Leonard, pastor, Rev. Sam King, officiating, and Rev. Billy Dawkins, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Isaac Gant was born on June 17, 1953, in Walterboro, SC. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was employed with the Clean Sweep, Inc., for 10 years. Mr. Isaac Gant was preceded in death by: his parents, William and Retha Gant of Walterboro, SC; 3 sisters, Pearlie May Solomon of Walterboro,.SC, Jeanriie Bell Danner of Tampa, and Hattie May Williams of Walterboro, sc. He leaves to cherish his memory: daughter, .Tony a Gant-Johnson (Aritonio); and grandson, Terry) F. Collins, Jr., all of Tampa; 2 sisters, Ruthie May Bouges (Norman) of Walterboro, SC, and his twin, Rebecca Faison of Tampa; 2 brothers, Billie Gant (Minnie) and James Gant (Francis) of Tampa; 9 ne'phews, Whiley Bouges (Wynita) of Walterboro, SC, Jerry Gant (Benita) of Tampa, Willie Solomon of Tampa, Jimmie Gant of Tallahassee, Willie Gant, James Williams, Bernard Harris, Jeremiah Faison and Jermaine M. Faison, all of Tampa; 12 nieces, Susje Jeffery (Andrew) of sc,. George Cornelius (Cedrick) of Columbia, SC, Brenda L. Gant, Columbia, SC, Redell Brown of Walterboro, SC, Mary Bouges, Walterboro, SC, Ginette Simmons (Edward) of Columbia.-. SC, Carla Washington ('l'homas) of Tampa, Brenda A. Gant of Tampa, Gina Larry (Thomas), Debra Danner, Catris Danner and Bridgette Danner, all of Tampa; special friends, Linda, Mrs. Lee and neighbors of Klondyke Street; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains wiU repose on Friday, June 15, 2007, at Peace M. B. Church, 2607 E. 24th Ave. from 6-7 p.m., arid the -family will be receiving friends at this time. The funeral cortege will leave fr.om 2616 E. Henry on Saturday, June 16, 2007., at 12:30p. m. Arrangements and Services by EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME. MS. ANNIE NEAL BALDWIN-CLARK Homegoing services for Ms. Annie Neal Baldwin-Clark, who passed away Sunday, June 10, 2007, will be conducted on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 2 p. m. at New First Union Missionary Baptist Church, located at 3707 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, Reverend John Giles, Pastor of True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Clark, affectionately called ''Brown Sugar" by close friends and family was born in Dade City, to Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Lula Baldwin on May 12, 1957. Annie was a graduate of Hillsborough High School in 1974 and a graduate of Florida Metropolitan University; She was a long time resident of Tampa. Ms. Clark was. a. faithful employee with St. Joseph's Women's Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital for 20+ years. She was preceded in death by: grandfather, Charlie Baldwin; grandparents, Josh and Clydel Mathis; uncles, Josh Mathis, Jr. and Phillip Mathis and Peter Baldwin; aunt, Lula Baldwin; and mother-in-law, Lillie Mae Hall. Annie leaves to mourn her precious memories: husband, Rudolph Clark; sons, Demonde S. Clark and wife, Catoria, Reginald Clark, Rudolph 0. Clark and fiancee, Clarice Lowe; grandchildren, Jasmine Clark, Kenise Clark, Jacob Clark; parents, Willie and -.ula M. Baldwin; grandmother, Annie Baldwin of Reynolds, Georgia; brothers, Willie S. Baldwin, James C. Baldwin and Henry Matthews, Warner Robins, GA; sisters, Darlene Rooks, Joann Whetstone and hu!j.band, Terry, Francis Baldwin, Cynthia Hudgins and husband, Richard, and Deidrea B. Willis and husband, Astley; uncles, Melvin Baldwin and wife, Loretta of Massachusetts, Clarence Baldwin and Earline, Wisconsin; aunts, Eula Baldwin of. Thomasville, Georgia, Merdice Respert and husband, Charles, Trudy Capehart, and Mandy Wilson and husband, Earl, Dade City; in-laws, Bernard and Bernice Clark; brothers-in-law, Randolph Clark and wife, and Ted Clark; sisters-in-law, Barbara A. Clark, Bonnie M. Clark, Toni Clark and Laphaun Clark, all of Tampa; nephews, Matthew Harrell, Freddie and Jerrell Thomas, Theodis, Obie, Anthony Whitehead, Rodney Baldwin, Willie Baldwin, Jr., Reche' Butler, Juan BaldwinHudgins, Tavares Hudgins, James Baldwin, Jr., and Corey R. Anthony; nieces, Diongela Rooks, Gregorah Lewis, Antonika Baldwin, Chassity McNeal, Candis Hudgins, Edna Whitehead, Shamika, Shawnte and Kim Baldwin, Dearra Anthony and Cierra Bland; special family and friends from St. Joseph's Women's Hospital, Upsilon Delta Chapter of Omega Psj Phi Fraternity, Inc., and Malachi Lodge 1#597 of I. F & A.M. M. & 0. E. S; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Mrs. Annie "Neal" Baldwin Clark will begin at 6 p. m. this Friday evening at New First Union Baptist Church, 3707 Chelsea St., Tampa. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m. Family will line-up at 704 E. Floribraska Ave., Tampa. John Harmon, LFDIC, James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL MR. SAMUEL SINGLETON, SR. ::D 0 c.. c z m ., 5 :2 g C/) m z m r;aJ c Homegoing services in cele-r bration of the life of Mr. r Samuel Single.ton, Sr., who passed away on Friday, June 8, Z 2007, will be held 'this 1:J Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 1 p. C m. at Good News Baptist Church, 2314 N. Jefferson .. 0 .Street, with the Pastor, :::t Reverend E. C. Kelly officiat-ing, Interment will be made on m Monday, June 18, 2007, at 10 a. < m. in the Florida National m Cemetery in Bushnell. Samuel Singleton, Sr. was -4 born March 8, 1935, to the late C Mayo and Lula Mae Singleton m in Moultrie; Georgia. .. He accepted Christ as his personal Savior at an early """ age. He moved to Toledo, Ohio, )> at the age of five and attended Z the public schools'there. When he became of age he johied the jJ military. After he was dis-0 charged he moved to Miami, met. and married Addie M. ...... Douglas and moved to Tampa. He joined Good News Baptist Church and .was. a faithful inember until he made his transition. Friday, June 8, 2007. He leaves to inourn: his 'wife, Addie Singleton; 3 sons, Samuel Singleton, Jr:, Gerald Singleton, and wife, Gloria,. and Gregory Singleton (Wendy); 3 daq.ghters,.Susan Singleton, Lori Blanchett and Sandra Singleton; sisters-in, law, Luridean White and husband, 'David, and Al'idean McCray and husband, Joseph, and Elizabeth Scott; 2 brothers-in-law, John Douglas, and Riley Douglas wife, Pauline; 11 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, and f1iends. Visitation for Mr. Samuel Singleton, Sr will this Friday evening at 6 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. John Harmon, LFD., James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL


w z ::> ..., c a: LL. MR. JAMES MARTIN, JR. Homegoing services for James Martin, Jr., who passed away June 5, 2007, at a local hospital will be held Saturday, June 16, 2007, at C 11 a. m. at St. John ii: Progressive Missionary &L. Baptist Church, 2504 E. Q Chipco Street, The Rev. Dr. Z Bartholomew Banks, Sr., C:C pastor, officiating. James was a native of Q Tampa. He attended the pubU) lie schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from 1-Middleton Sr. High School, a:> class of 1969. W He was preceded in death > by his father, Mr. James W Martin, Sr. C He leaves to cherish fond W memories: 4 brothers, Gregory, AI, Ernest and :J Charlie; 3 sisters, Carolyn, aJ Evelyn and Maryland; aunts, ::l uncles, nephews, nieces, 0.. cousins and a host of other sorrowing relatives and ti friends. ..J Public visitation will be S Friday, June 15, 2007, at aJ 'Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 ..J N. 34th Street, from 5-8 p. m. W Family and friends are asked to meet at the church (St. z John Progressive M. B. W Church, 2504 E. Chipco St.) U) at 10:45 a. m. C Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. a: MOTHER MARTHA ELIZABETH RILEY Mother Martha Elizabeth Riley went home to be the Lord on Friday, June 8, 2007. Mother Riley's journey was preceded by the love of her life her husband of fifty-five years, the late Elder Matthew Riley, Sr. Mother Riley was born to the late Elder Arthur and Mother Ruby Bell on September 12, 1928, in Tampa. She is the second child of eight children. She attended the county public schools and Lincoln Memorial School in Palmetto. Mother Riley has been a member of the Churches of God In Christ for over fifty years. She was a licensed Evangelist and Missionary for. over.fifty years. And has traveled to national and international soil preaching and teaching the message of Jesus Christ, and delighting hun dreds with her magnificent singing gift. She is celebrated by: her nine children, Matthew Riley, Jr.; of Hollywood, CA, Diedre Deloris Dickerson (Samuel), Las Vegas, NV, Daty Leontyne Keys (George), Omaha, NE, Cedric Jerome Riley (Fumie), Oceanside, CA, Cynthia Yvette Riley; Carolyn Louise McKinnon; Madelyn Elizabeth Riley, Arthur Roger Riley (Patricia) and Timothy Tyrone Rile y (Constance) all of Sarasota, FL. Mother Riley enjoyed all of her fourteen (14) grandchildren and her seven great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by: two brothers, Arthur Bell, Jr. and Anthony Bell; and sister, Evangeline Bell. Her surviving siblings include: Patricia Coleman (David), Annie Stubblefield, and Sharon Greene, all of Tampa; and Dale Bell g I.L. r---------------, (HenriMae) of New Rochelle, -Family Owned and OperaJedA Tradition Corlti11JJs New York; and a loving and devoted cousin, Saralyn Ball of Tampa. She was supported a .... -multitude of nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members. ...... ...,. ... .. IIIIIIWIIII-f Viewing will be at Jones 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. BIYd. Funeral Home, 4005 N. Tampa, Fl33610 Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, on Friday, June 15, 2007, from 7 9 I\(81J) 2Jia8J25 fu(813)2J1.4521 P m. Services will be held at Westcoast Center, 403 N. Washington Boulevard, Downtown Sarasota, Bishop Henry Porter, officiating.Tt lB our fomily 1ak care of your Jiunily. "WeaR tlu: lcey to a fine and qualit y $erv ice-fun m glory 6-15 N E RALHOM E 5 002 N 4 0 t h Street, Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 626-8600 "WE SER V E TO SER V E YOU AGAIN" FUNERALS MR.DONTREL BROCK Funeral services for Dontrel Jamar Brock who passed away in Atlanta, GA, on June 9, 2007, at the age of 17, will be held at 11 a. m. on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church, 2916 Orient Road, Pastor Maurice L. Gladney officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Dontrel graduated from Freedom High School class of 2007. He was well-loved and very popular with everyone that knew He was also a great dancer and was known as "The Sanchez Prince". He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving parents, Dexter and Sonya Brock; his sisters, Danielle and D'Tonya Brock; his grandmothers, Ellawese Brock and Janice Sapp; his great grandmother, Willie B. Brock; great grand father, James Brock, Sr. and wife, Grace; uncles, Alonzo Brock and SeKetha, Terrance Brock and fiancee, Stephanie Grover, and Felix Harrell and fiancee, Lisa Timmons; aunt, Tonya Hagens; great uncles, Alfonso Brock and Linda, James Brock, Larry, Steve and Michael Sapp; great .aunts, Vornice Spires and fiance', Marvin Cowart, Maeonia Taylor and Hosea, Archie Mae Wright and Robert, Willie Nell Gray, Linda Sapp, Michelle and husband; very special and close cousin, Carlos Brock; and a host of other close cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by: his grandfather, Larry Colston; and great grand-mother, Annie Sapp. Visitation for Mr. Brock will be held from 1 8 p.m at the Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33603, Harold Jones, owner. A MOitN'ING GLORY SERVICE MS. BERLIN HOLDEN Funeral service for Berlin Holden of 202 N. Freemont Ave., #5, Tampa, will be held on Saturday, June 1f1, 2007, at 2 p.m. at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, Pastor Maurice Gladney, officiating. Immediately after the service, the repast will be held at Rowlett Park, booths 212 and 213. The funeral cortege will line up at 1722 E. Idell St., Apt. A. Ms. Holden was born in Tallahassee, to the late Hilda Roberts and Dennis (Bennie Walker) Holden on August 22, 1954. She left to cherish fond memories of love with: finance', Roger Nelson; ex-husband, Joseph (Pee-Wee) Spencer; children, Kimberly (Francis) Gilbert, Alfred (Colleen) Holden, Hilda (Cornelius) Spencer, Christina (Dayid) Gipson, Cheryll (Alvin) Jenkins and ShaKira Nelson; grandchildren, Keisha Beckwith, DeVante' Hall, Jahques Christopher, Jessica Adams, Alfred Holden, Jr., Vicky Girley, Joseph, Jaquanna and Deshae Jenkins, Kiara Price, Draqueisha, Davoiltrae and Davares Blakely, Shaquanna Naterial, Moet, Nathaniel, Alnique, Alyonia and DaKiria Jenkins; great grandchildren, Keanna and Jenisia Carmona, Jakeria Beckwith, Martira Jenkins, Kemia Whitehead and Avery Adams; sisters, Barbara (Jack) Rosier, Maltoney Holden, Audrey Harris, Glynis (George) Malcolm, Constance Jones, Faith (Gary) Gilbert, Claudette Gilbert, Annette (James) Lee, Alison (Lee). Coffie, Laura Holden, Beverly (Lamont) Holden, Leisha Holden and Willie Mae Holden; brothers, Dennis Holden, Jr., Albert (Barbara) Holden, Ricky Holden and Nathan (Danielle) Holden; godchildren, Sylvia Hall, Ternise Robinson, the late Edward Robinson, Tameka Evans and Jill Hargett; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and close friends; and Craig Parks, LifePath Hospice, and the best nurse practitioner, Lynn Blue; Visitation for Ms. Holden will be held from 2-8 p.m., Friday, June 15, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33603, Harold Jones, owner. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE MR. JOSEPH MCCARTER Funeral service for Joseph (Joe) McCarter will be held at 12 p.m. on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, Minister Keith King, eulogist. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. As dusk turned to dark on Sunday, June 10, 2007, God summoned His angels to bring another soldier home to rest from his labor. T Joe, as he was affectionate ly called, was born on September 26, 1934, in Mobile, Alabama, to the late John and Pearl McCarter. He only had one other sibling. At an early age he was intro duced to Christ and accepted Him as his personal savior at Mount Hebrew Baptist Church. Joe's early education was at Pidget School in Mobile, Alabama and .culminated at p o n ,,t: Thompson Vocational High School in 1954 and h e was the proud father of one daughter, Renee. Joe, being the man that he was, worked around the Tampa Bay area at Brewingtons Service Station, Harger Grocery Store and the International Longshoreman's Union. He joined the United States Army in 1954. Upon completion in the Army he returned and met his soul mate for life, Bettis Smith and remained with her until her untimely demise in 1979. Joe had a special love for his grandchildren and' as his granddaughter, Monica was a little girl she promised to take care of him when she grew up and she did until he was called home. He was preceded in death by his parents Mr. and Mrs. John McCarter. He leaves to cherish his.lov ing and sweet memories: a daughter, Renee Foxworth, Georgia, Stephanie Daniels and Willie, Monica Johnson and Tommy, Smith, Doneika and Damien; great grandchildren, Andra, Terell, Cierria, Edward, Mashawndra, Shantae, Amber1 Ariel, Journee, Kyra, -.o.; Tominique, Pup Pup and Rex; M sister, Rutha Glasco; and a ., ; 1 : n 6 e., .;. 1 host of other sorrowing rela liie.t.-,lJ!, : tives -and friends too numer; Funeral Chapel I oustomention. Visitation for Mr:"McCarter will be held from 2 -8 p. m. on :Friday, June 15, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral [Chapel, 5100 N Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33603, Harold Jones, owner. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE


FUNERALS -------------------------Moming Glory ---------------------------MR. ALFRED L. THOMAS Funeral service for Mr. Alfred L. Thomas, will be held a t 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at New Testament Worship Center, 5107 E. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, Bishop Roland Comellas, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Thomas who was affectionately called, "Kool Pop", was born on November 6, 1947, in Tampa, to the late Richard and Helen (Jones) Thomas. He attended the public schools in Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton High School He was a steel worker for Southern Alloy Steel, a truck driver for Specialized Transport, and he retired from Rinker CSR. He served faithfully as Head Usher at NTWC. Alfred was-preceded in death by: his parents; son, William "Tee" Weems; sister, Sandre Thomas-Sloan; and brother, Melvin Thomas. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving, devoted wife, Brenda Thomas; daughter, Patricia; sons, Dontavio (Michelle), Ricardo (Chanel); daughter-in-law, Tonya; grandkids, lsiah, Santana, Keosha, Dontavio, Jr., Demetrick, Quint, Sydavia, Markies, Ricardo, Jr., Tiara, Ronde, Rickeria, William, Jr;, and T 'Emma; sister, Alicia T. Harrist; niece, Jocelyn; father and mother-in-law, Artis and Betty Clayton; brothers-i,n-law, Timothy, Fred, Gilford, Patrick, Rex and Joseph; sisters-in-law, Mary (Sheraton), and Rosita,; aunts, Lucille Montgomery, Betty (Charles), Griffin and Donna Head (all of Tampa), Dorothy Jones (NY), and Audrey Jones -(MN); uncles, Herbert (Barbara) Jones, and Norman (Joyce) Jones (all from TX); godsisters, Joyce Felton and Tangela Raiford; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and sorrowing friends; and the New Testament Worship Center, Morning Glory and Davita Dialysis Center. Visitation for Mr. Thomas will be held on Friday, June 15, 2007, from 2-8 p. m. at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, 33603, Harold Jones, owner. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE Ray I Williams MRS. CYNTHIA DIANE AMIKER WILSON Mrs. Cynthia Diane AmikerWilson of Fayetteville, North Carolina, formerly of Tampa, passed away on Tuesday, June 12, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, June 18, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Minister Kenneth Wilson, officiating. Interment will be Tuesday, June 19, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was a former member of Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church. She leaves to cherish her mem ory: husband, Kenneth Wilson of Fayetteville, NC; son, Kenneth Wilson, Jr. of Fayetteville, NC; 3 grandchil'ciren; mother, Hattie Mae Miller Amiker of Tampa; father, Ertha Lee Amiker of Tampa; brothers, Anthony Davis, Alex Amiker and James King; sisters, Faye Davis and Beverly Amiker; aunts, Agnes Mackey, Charlie Miller and Ethel Dae; godchild, Erika Gibbs; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 12 noon until service time on Monday, June 18, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes and Northern, Owners. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) Fax: (813) 251-4912 Em : ail: raywms@ij.net :::0 Sonia, Beverly Webb, Herbert Carroll, Greg Morris; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other sorrowing relatives, neighbors and devoted friends. c Ariana, Ciera, Xavier, l> Naaman, III, Betty Joe, Louis, Jasmine, Leo, James, Markest and Blanca; special friends, Rarlos Davis and Ms. Allegra Muller, and a host of other sor c.. c z m The remains will repose after 5 p. m. on Friday, June 15, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. rowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m on Friday, June Hi, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. at the Chapel. MR. DAVID JONES Mr. David Jones of 1001 W. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL H OME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Arch Street, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 2 p. m at Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1747 W. LaSalle Street, with Reverend James C. Givens, officiating, and Reverend Clarence Nathan, eulogist. lntermeni will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. David Jones, "Red", son of Octavia and David Jones, and stepfather, John Smith, was born April 20, 1923, in Plant City. He was educated by the public schools in Hillsborough County and was converted at an early age, at Mount Pleasant Chapel A.M.E Church and later joined Mount Olive A.M.E. Church. Mr. Jones was employed at Florida Steel Corp. for over forty years where he retired as a Trainer Truck Driver. He leaves behind to treasure his memories: his devoted wife of sixty-five years, Eddie Lee Jones; daughters, Charlean Williams-Turner, of Tampa, Luwanda Cromartie of Rochester NY, Carlotta Jones of Tampa, Karen Rogers-Snake and husband, Archie of Beltsville 'MD, Gwendolyn Howard of South Pointe, OH, and Dr. Beverly Wade and husband, Donald of Baton Rouge, LA; sons, Marvin E. Jones, Sr. and wife, Gwendolyn of Miami, Harold Jones and wife, Emma of Tampa, and Michael Jones and wife, Sherrie of Tampa; brothers-in law, Robert B. Daily and wife, Dorothy of MS. KENNETHIA MICHELLE KEENAN Ms. Kennethia Michelle Keenan, 21, affectionately called "Nee-Nee I Holly-Boo" of Tampa and Orlando, passed away Wednesday, June 6, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3305 N. 15th Street, Reverend Geraldine Christopher, pastor, and Pastor Roy Hayes, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Keenan was a native of Tampa. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough and Orange Counties and was a graduate of Edgewater High School, Class of-2003, where she was a member of the ROTC. Kennethia continued her education to become a Nurses Assistant and was in. the process of enlisth\g in the United States Air Force. She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Erma Martin. She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving daughter, Jalisa Townsend; mother, Lisa Johnson and husband, Alfred; father, Kenneth Keenan and wife, Toi; brother, Tomarcus Allen; sister, Ashley Keenan; step-siblings, Alfred Johnson, Jr., Ashley Johnson, Jamika Walker, James Walker, III, Misty Miles and Julisa Miles; grandparents, Horace Keenan, Sr., Gwendolyn Keenan, James and Mattie Martin; uncles, James Holmes, Jr., Willie Holmes and wife, Precious, Warren Keenan and wife, Sabrina, Sgt. First Class Horace Keenan, III and wife, Stephanie, Chris Martin and wife, Tara, Michael Martin, Webster Gardner and wife, Dottie, Earl Keenan, and Horace Keenan, Jr. and wife, Yvonne; aunts, Khatina Martin, Clarice Sealy and husband, Lloyd, Ruby Nelson and husband, Rodney, Patrice Weston and husband, Rhondy, Patricia Holmes, Marion Holmes Jones and husband, Edward, Gwendolyn Houston, Wanda Keenan, Terri Keenan and Sherrie Keenan; cousin.,, Olijae, Jaeden, Zackery, Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. ROBERT F. SUMBRY Mr. Robert F. Surnbry ot East Point, Georgia, formerly of Tampa, passed away Friday, June 8, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Minister Eric Allen, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Sumbry was born March 5, 1944, .in Tampa, to Mary Sumbry Chester. He 'spent many of his early years in Cedarville, NJ. Robert graduated from Bridgeton High School, Class of 1962 and Florida A&M University, He was a corporate businessman and entrepreneur. He resided in East Point, GA, until his demise. Robert is survived by: his mother, Mary L. Chester; 7 sis. ters, Mary L. Sumb'ry of Tampa, Juanita Chester Ford of St. Petersburg, Jackie Chester Lewis and husband, James of Brandon, Evelyn Chester Henderson and husband, Percy of Brooksville, Margaret Chester Ross and husband, James of Tampa, Harriet Chester Watkins of Brandon, and Alice Chester Holden and husband, Ollice of Matteson, IL; 2 brothers, Leon Chester (Carmen) of Tampa, and Eric Chester and wife, Sylisa of Tampa; aunts, Margaret Williams of Tampa, and Kathleen Handy of Cederville, NJ; 10 nieces and 8 nephews; Jernice Martin and Hazel Hampton, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and .friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, June 15, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 Howard Averwe. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Hampton, VA, and Herman Vann and wife, of Baltimore MD, sisters-in-law, Emma Nathan and Lillian Thomas, both of Tampa; grandchildren, Darlene Williams, Alvonnia Williams, Desiree' Turner, Keith Jones, Karitsa Jones, Katrena Jones, Siobhan Cromartie, Devon Cromartie, Shana Cromartie, Terrance Howard, Myron Howard, Stephan Howard, Gweynette Howard, Carlton Spain, Timothy Sneed and wife, Alberta, Marlon Jones, Tamara Jones, Elisa J. Moultry, Rachel Jones, Yolanda Jones, Jennifer Jones, Michelle Brooks and Monica Jones; great grand children, Shenita (Theophileus), Brittany, Chris, Keith, Jr., Darmetshia, ldrianna, Kenya, Patrick, Donovan, Jr., Dontavious, Kai, Donald, Jr., Dalana, Paul, II, Geraldnika, Gregvonna, Darreyale, Derrick, II, Tony, Eric, Rico, Trent, II, Trenkiola, Desiakka, Breyanna, Cravionta, Quinisha, Charles, Querra, LaQuita, Charles, Taquilla, Ty' Leah, Dontavius, LilKeda, Kia, Brenyn, Ariel, Tamara, Terrance, Carmen, Brian, Lakera, Amari, Alton, Ronnie, and Ilynd; great, great grandchildren, Theophileus, Jr., Trent, III, Jakais, Hanna and Zaniya; extended family, Betty J. Mann, Renita Mann, Rickie Mann, Tony Jackson and wife, Gail, John Jackson and wife, Xavier, Rodney, Jr., Ryan, .. f Katelyn, Myles, Lois, Lanesha, REST HAVEN Adrienne, Zipporah, Lorenzo (Brooke), James, III, Yolanda, MEMORIAL PARK Jerita, Carenthia, Oscar, Jr., .. 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" 0 0 C'l. 1.1') w z :::l "":) c a: LL c a: u.. c z <( c (/) w :::l .... > a: w > w c w J: (/) ::::; m :::l Q, z t= w ..J ..J :::l m I ..J w z t= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J u.. MRS. LILLIE MAE WILLIAMS STORR Mrs. Lillie Mae Williams Storr of Tampa, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2007 Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 2 .,. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Thomas L Dozier, offi ciating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Storr was a native of Arlington, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for over 50 years. She was born to Riley and Louisanna Williams on April 30, 1930. She met and married Howw-d A. Storr and to this union three children were born, Lorenzo, who preceded her in death in November 1997, Sandra and her baby, Sidney. Lillie was also preceded in death by three siblings, Marie Hines, Roosevelt Williams and Woodrow Williams. She accepted Christ as her personal Savior at an early age and has always had a passion for the things of God, especially feeding anyone who entered her home. Lillie would share the good news of Jesus Christ and she strongly believed that there was hope for any situation or sickness that came upon you in life. She loved people no matter who you were and would always take time 'to talk to you, offer a smile, or help in anyway possible. She loved everyone the same way, with the love of God. Lillie leaves to celebrate her legacy of faith: a loving devoted son, Sidney Storr, Sr.; a faithful and loving daughter, Sandra Washington; 4 beautiful grandchildren, Sidney Storr, Jr., William Washington, Amani Brown and Sanita Clarke (Storr); 2 sisters, Ida Lloyd and Dorothy Lloyd; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. on Friday, June 15, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. FUNERAL NOTICES : Singleton 1 1 I MR. FEDRICK JAMES (FREDDY) BUIE Homegoing celebration for Mr. Fredrick James (Freddy) Buie will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 2 p. m. from The Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Ave., with Apostle Mark T. Jones, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Freddy was born in Tampa, on April 24, 1964, to Dorothy Crawley and Carnell Buie, Sr. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Freddy had an entre preneurial spirit, with a passion for fishing and old time music and cooking. And he was in to construction work by trade. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Dorothy Crawley; brother, Clarence Boss Crawley; and sister, Bren.da J. Buie-Hamilton. He will be greatly missed by his family, including: chil dren, Felecia Neal, Freddricka, Fredrick, Jr., Damarcus, Fredneisha, Dorothy, Cheyenne, Briana, Fredrick Buie, II, and Lynnell Green; granddaughter, Alyiah; his companion, Doris Carlyle; father, Mr. Carnell Buie (Floretta); brothers, Alphonso Crawley (Bobby), Robert Crawley, Daryll Crawley, Weldon Buie (Diane), Carnell Buie, II (Mary), Carnell Buie, III (Michelle), Kenneth Buie (Sabrina), Ronnie Buie (Tasha), and Donnie Buie (Minnie); sisters, Sylvia Thomas (Tim), Janice Woodall (Melvin), Linda Buie, Fannie Buie, Wanda Buie (Tony), Latonja Bravo, Linda Leeks of Bradenton; aunts and uncles, Annie Laura Peeples (Pastor David) of Las Vegas, Helen Revear, Jerusha Kyles, Marylou Buie of Bronx, New York, Queen Buie of New York, New York, Johnny Buie (Barbara), and Wallace Buie (Monica) of California; special cousin, Cynthia Whiteman; best friends, Johnnie Gavin, Michael Peoples, Nate Melloms; and a host of devoted nieces and nephews; cousins and friends, too numerous to name. Visitation for Mr. James (Freddy) Buie will be held today, June 15, 2007, from 5-8 p. m. with the family receiving friends from 7-8 p. m. at Faith Institutional M. B. Church, 2725 N. Florida Avenue, Pastor Antion Hawkins, pastor. The funeral cortege will arrange from 2605 E. Cayuga Street. Services will be directed by T. Singleton, L. F. D. and Embalmer. .Washington : MINISTER WILLIAM OTIS CARTER, SR. "Let my works speak for me." Minister William Otis Carter, Sr. fought a good fight. He finished his course. He kept his faith and on Sunday, June 10, 2007, Minister William Otis Carter went home to be with the Lord. A homegoing celebration for Minister William Otis Carter of Plant City; will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren St., Plant City. The interment will follow in Garden of Peace Cemetery. Minister Carter, lovingly called "Otis" or "Fuzz" by close friends or family, was born in Tampa, on November 19, 1948, to the late Harvey F. Carter, Sr. and Tommie L. Carter (mother). Left to cherish fond memories of his love are: his 3 sons, Jonathan Belk and wife, Kay of Plant City, William 0. Carter, Jr. and Eric Carter of Tampa; daughter, Serica Carter of Tampa, FL; ex-wife and mother of his children, Betty D. Belnavis; 6 grand sons, Eric Carter, Jr., William T. Carter, Jyrale Carter, Devin Carter, Jonathan Belk and Mario Monroe; 3 grand daughters, Erica Carter, Ambreisha Carter and Erika Carter; 4 brothers, Harvey F. Carter, Jr. Elder Gale V. Carter and wife, Virginia of Plant City, Elder Jay F. Carte and wife, Mary of Lakeland, and James H. Carter and wife, Dr. Laura E. of Lithia Springs, GA; 5 sisters, Minister Betty Carter-Young of Tampa, Mary Ann Gardner and husband, Willie of Houston, TX, Vickie White and husband, Elder Jasper, Sheila Graham and husband, Michael of Plant City, and Mary Ruth Hariston and husband, Samuel of Martinsville, VA; ex-wife and friend, Priscilla Davis of Plant City; uncle, Julius Dupont; aunt, Mother Elouise Bishop of Plant City; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends; and his radio listeners and the staff of WWAB of Lakeland. The remains will rep0se today (Friday) from 5-7 p. m. at Mt. Moriah M. B. Church. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p; m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday at approximately 10:30 a.m. "A Service Of Cemfort By WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL" of Plant City. Tony R. Washington, Jr., L.F.D. : Wilson I __ ____ SISTER BERTHA LEE OATES Friends are invited to gather at the funeral service for Sister Bertha Lee Oates on June 16, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3305 N 15th Street, Tampa, Rev. Geraldine Christopher, pastor, with Rev. Dr. Lydia C. Moore, officiating. Interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea St. Tampa. Bertha Lee Oates, 73, went home to be with our Lord on June 8, 2007. Bertha moved from Hawkinsville, GA, to Tampa more than 60 years ago. Over the course of time and empowered by her Lord she moved mountains. She always reached out to lend a hand to her family, friends and community. She loved her family dearly, shepherded her grand children and was protector, guide and friend to her sons. She worked tirelessly in her local church (Tyer Temple), campaigned to bring back Middleton High School to the community, and volunteered her time to help others take part in our state and national election processes. Bertha had so many diverse talents and will be missed so much. She leaves to mourn: her sons, William Allen Oates, Jr. and wife, Elaine, Reginald Donald Oates and wife, Cheryl, and Thomas Caleb Oates and wife, Janet; grandchildren, William Alien Oates, III, Coelette Christina Oates, Tomisha Oates, Thomas Oates, Jr., Vontesa Leshea Oates, Janesa Wilson and Marquis Smith; great grandchildren, Malachi Oates, Nasir Oates and Joseph William Dominigue; nieces and nephews, Dianne Dowling, Michael Axon, Cynthia Washington and husband, Nathaniel, Johnny Goodman and wife, Dephine, Leonard Williams and wife, Mona, Theodore Thomas, Valetta Dewalt, Timothy Oates, Frank Oates, Jr., Richard Allen Oates, Jr., and Tilly Oates; close friends, Mattie M. Ford, Brenda Ford, Eugenia Wallace, Erica Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Fields and children, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and children, Willie Mae Sanders, Lilly Mae Smith, Julius Cochran and wife, Deirdre, and Anthony Taylor and wife; and many, many, many other close and personal friends. Viewing at Wilson Funeral Borne, 3000 N. 29th St., Tampa, on Friday, June 15, 2007, from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" MS. DELOURIS "PUMPKIN" STREETER Funeral services for Ms. Delouris "Pumpkin" Streeter of 4908 S. 84th Street, who was called home on Monday, June 11, 2007, will be held on Tuesday, June 19, 2007, at 12 noon at The Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, Dr. Mark Jones, pastor, with Rev. James C. Givens, officiating. Ms. Streeter was preceded in death by: her daughter, Vandelar; and son, Willie "J". She leaves to cherish memo ries of her with: son, Johnnie B. Harris and wife, Digna; daughter, Tiffany A. Nelson; 5 grandchildren, Anthony and Ariel Marshall, Larry, Tony and Avius Steadman; 2 great grandchildren; 3 brothers, Willie, Henry, and Leonard Streeter and wife, Roxanne; 3 sisters, Johnnie Mae Mobley, Anita Norton and Rosa Moultry; a host of nieces and nephews; devoted friends, Edna Williams, Gladys Green, Pheona Williams, Sara Boardley, the Milledge Family, Re'na F. Knight, Harold Jones, Rev. Robert Sturgis and Anthony "Butch" Pryor; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. Ms. Streeter was a native of Tampa. She was born to the late Johnny and Inez Streeter. She was a member of Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church and was employed with Morning Glory Funeral Home and played for many churches and friends. The remains will repoRP. Monday, June 18, 2007, at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 1747 LaSalle Street from 5 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Tuesday at approximately 11:45 a. m. "A WILSON SERVICE" "We'll Get. 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MS. VICTORY DORIS BATCHELOR The funeral service for Ms. Victory D. Batchelor, who passed away on S\lnday, Jurie 10, 2007, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2007, at i p. m. at the Brown's Memorial Church of God in Christ, 2513 E. 27th Ave., Tampa, where Bishop Matthew Williams, II is the pastor, and Elder A. L. Wingfield is officiating. Interment will be in the Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Ms. Batchelor was employed for more than 30 years with University of South Florida. Her religious preference wa!? Baptist. She attended public schools of Hillsborough County. She was born in. Tampa on February 19, 1928, to James and Mayola Thompson. -. L She was p1eceded in death by: her husband of 43 years, Brother Emanuel Batchelor; her t>arents, James and Mayola .Thomp.son; and hersiblings, Bernice, Blanche,. Oralee, Catherilie and Joe Thompson. Mother Batchelor was a member of ]first Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev. A. B. Brown, Pastor, and became a faithful supporter f)f Agape Ministries Church of God in Christ; which is pastored by her son, Elder A. L. Wingfield. In her sickness she would always ask, when you came to visit her,-. "Have you been redeemed?" Victory was affectionately known to her children as Mudea, and to her friends as Doris. She instilled in her family to. always stick together because all you have is.each .-oiQ.er. She ieaves t o mourn her passing: 6 children, devoted daughter and .caregiver, Lynn (James) Creal, loving daughters, Rudean (Michael) Darby and Joyce Batchelor; loving sons, Homer (Judy) .W.ilford, Alvin CDiane) Wingfield, and Alfred (Shirley) Wingfield; 19 grandchildren, Chris, Stephani and Cheryl Wifford, James, III and Creal, Doris Wilford, Deann Hayward, 'Octavia and Jeremy Raiford, Cherrelle Gringley, Michael and. Mario Wingfield, Kishawn Bank.s, DeVon Greenwald, ,, -Felicia, Natasha and Henry Morley, Miranda Gaffney and Jasmine Darby; a host of nieces and nephews;' 4 sisters, Verriell Williams, Evelyn Brookins, Joyce Semper and Gwendolyn Lindo; 2 sisters-in law, Maria Muduro ,. and Alberta Bryan; brother-in-law, Larkiona Batchelor; stepdaughter, Marcia BatchelorEdwards; loyal and devoted FUNERAL /MEMORIAMS Raiford and Frank Stokes; and I jl PRECIOUS MEMORIES a host of others, too many to I N mention by name. The remains will repose MEMORIAM = today from 5-8 p. m. at Agape Ministries Church of God in Christ, 5112 N 34th St., Tampa. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. A WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM THOMIYAH WILLIAMS 6/1 7/03 1/21/06 Happy birthday in loving memory of my precious daughter, "Miyah." Love, mom, sister, 'family and friends. IN MEMORIAM JOYCE REYNOLDS Although it's been 1 year, I still think about you. Sadly missed by the Reynolds fa.mily. BIRTHDAY M EMORIAM KEVIN S. ALLEN 6-14-84 Although you arefar away, we celebrate your-birthday today. Happy birthday.'_ From: your mother, Wanda; sisters,. Doreen and Erian; your brother, Mario; and all family and friends. With HERMAN HOLMES I hold your memory close to my heart, knowing you are at peace, eternally" with God and with us. Your loving REMEMBERING OUR FATHER MR. WEST HUDSON 10/26/1918-8/20/1979 What a mighty man you were for carrying out your responsibility, having raised your 12 children. Love, the Hudson family. -IN MEMORIAM .. SARAH MYRICK Sunrisei October 16, 1939 Sunset: June 1, 2002 Mother, you said we will miss you when you are gone. Boy were you right. We miss you each and every day. -Your children: Cassandra, Sheryl, and. your baby, Angela, a.k.a., Lil Ma. Oh can't forget the grands and great .grands!! And the stepchildren. We love you!!! ALBERTA FIELDS Our Sister June 14, 1996 LIZZIE M. JOHNSON Our Mother June 15, 2005 If roses grew in heaven, Lord please pick a bunch for us, place them in our sister and mother's arms and tell them they're from us and how much we love and miss them. Love always, your families. IN MEMORIAM MILTON PEOPLES, SR. "The Lord gave, and the Lord .hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." JOB 1:21. From, your loving wife, children and grandchildren. IN MEMORIAM .BENGORDQN Dim, you are gone, but not forgotten. Forever in our hearts Love, Tammy, Robert, Rashard and Molly. IN MEMORIAM DEA. WESLEY -FLOYD, SR. You will live -i-n our hearts. Wife, Mamie Floyd; and children, Wesley Floyd, Jr., Audrey, Patricia Sims (Em-1); dren, cousfns arid friends.,,. ,.._, Creative-Eye Catching-Realistic Monuments Quality Products At Great Prices Superior Engraving Done By Experlence. en m z ::! z m r I al c: r r m ::! z "'D c: al r Cii ::1: m c m < m l:J -< -1 c: m (/) C :1:1!< l> z c .., l:J c )>. -< I'


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. CRIME Father Of 2 Shot To Death Carmen Guevara said she and her fiance, Omar Glover, were making big plans for the future. "He was preparing to atterid culinary school and was saving his money to purchase an cream vending truck." All of those dreams and aspirations came to an end on Tuesday night when Omar Glover, 28, was shot and killed. Tampa Police said Glover was .the passenger in a Omar Glover and son, Osaiah. friend's vehicle parked at a strip mall near a gas station and his older .siblin.gs. on South Manhattan Avenue basically cared for them-when he and his friend got selves. into an argument with. a Guevara said she's only man outside the car. seen the driver of the car As the vehicle Glover was twice. 1 riding in backed out of a "They were people he had parking space, the man he'd been working with trying to been arguing with fired a put together a hip-hop shot, striking Glover. The recording. driver of the vehicle fled, "He had dropped me off at leaving it to roll into a near-work, and told me to make by ditch. sure I kept my cell phone After the shooting, police close. minutes later, I said the suspect fled got a <;all saying he was Glover was pronounced : dead." dead at the scene. Guevara said their .son, No suspect information has Osaiah Glover, 1, was very been relea!ied, and police are important to him, and he I continuing their. investiga-had made big plans for his tion future -Family members report-The family is asking for '"that Glover's. parents assistance in. makhig funeral when he was a teenager, and arrangements. Shooting Victim SUspect -. Tampa Police report.that.a man shot and robbed in his yard earlier this week helped them track down his er. Frederick L. Robinson, 32, is being held .without bail on chargesof attempted murder, robbery, carrying a concealed firearm, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and opposing an officer without violence. FREDERICK ROBINSON According to reports, Artis Hancock, 26, was standing in his yard on East 29th Avenue at 8:50 p.m. Sunday when a man approache d and demand $5.00. whether Hancock spotted Pollee said Hancock the man in the neighborhood refused and the man fired a or how he 'got the informsshot. into the ground, beat tion, but officers approached Hancock with the handgun, a man who was later identiand fired another shot, 'strik-fied as Robinson in the area ing Hancock in the shoul-of 28th Street and 28th Hancock then handed Avenue. over money-to 'the man who When Robinson spotted left. the officer, he reportedly ran, At 1) p.m. Wednesday pulling a handgun from his night, Hancock called police pocket and tossing it into again to give them a descrip. bushes alOJig the way. : tion of his attacker and his A taser was used to stop location. Robinson and he was taken Police aren't clear as to into custody. Gunman Sought In Shooting ..identified as gunman in shooting A warrant for attempted first-degree murder has been issued for the arrest of Yves Yvon Baroulette, 25. On Saturday, June 9th at 10 a.m., deputies were called to respond to a shooting at 1816 University. Woods Place. Deputies reported a man had gone to the residence of Tristan Lenier Green, 29 After confronting Green, deputies said the suspect shot him 5 times then fled. The shooter was identified by the victim as Baroulette, and deputies said the men knew each othet:. Anyone with knowledge of the whereabouts of Baroulette is asked to con. tact the Sheriff's Office at (813) 247-8200. Women Charged With Attacking Lottery Winner PASCO COUNTY -On Tuesday, the Pasco County Sheriffs Office investigated the reported attack of a woman as she left a gas sta tion. Deputies said Patsy Harris was trying to cash in a $500 winning scratch off ticket when a woman inside the store snatched it and ran from the store. Deputies said Harris caught Up with the WQman outside the store and the two fought. Deputies said that's when a friend o(the woman that snatched the ticket jumped into the fight' and punched Harris. The two attackers then ran off. Deputies caught up with Whitney Flukes, 20, and Taylor Syme, 19, charging both with strong-armed rob bery. The winning ticket was not recover and without i.t, lottery officials said no pay out can be made. Man Charged With Trying To Bribe Police On Wednesday, Tampa Police charged a man with allegedly trying to bribe them. According to the report, Shaun Bush, 22, was stopped at 3 a m. for driving with a suspended license. As the officers were putting Bush into the rear of a police cruiser, he allegedly tried to bargain with officers to let him go and offered all the money he had his pocket, $34. Bush was subsequently charged with violating pro bation, as well as the traffic violations and is being held with no bond SHAUNBUSH Man Who Robbed Cab Sought ST. 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Tampa Native Enjoys 4th Tom Cruise Tampa Native Danny Green is shown with Tom Joyner during the Cruise. After completing a career in the military, Danny Green d ec id e d that he was going to pursue some of the things that made him happy. He loves to dress and he loves to travel. So when he decide d to take his first cruise on the Royal Caribbean Fantastic Voyage, it seemed like a perfect fit. The yearly cruise, sponsored by the radio personality Tom Joyner and the Tom Joyner Foundati on, allowed him to have a good time while h e lping a worthwhile cause. Green recently returned from his fourth consecutive trip aboard the Freedom Of The Sea, the largest cruise 'ship in the world. "Each year, the crowd seems to get l;uger, so they had to book a larger ship. "The ship is so large, and there is something to do all day and into the night," Green said. In the past, the cruise has sailed Memorial Day Weekend. However, this year, .the voyage began earlier. It left on May 20th and returne d on May 27th. In addition to making the cruise a part of his yearly travel, Green has also, include d modeling .as well. This year, more than 5,000 applicants applie d to model during the Girlfrie nd s Coffee Talk F're edom Of Style 6th AnJWal Fashion Show. Green was one of only 1 5 m en and 15 women cho s e n to participate. And of cour s e there were the many entertainers Among thos e on board were such notables a s Tito Jackson, Mint Condition, Charlie Wilson, Keith Sweat, Rev." Shirley Caesar, Kelly Price, Teddy Riley, Blackstreet, BBD, Silk, The O 'Jays, .and New Edition. Other entertainerS aboard included: Damon Williams, LLCOOLJ Singer, Actor, and Entertainer Doug E. Fresh, Ms. Kym Whitley, Earthquake, Rickey Smiley, Herb Kent, M s Shirley Murdock, and Dr. Bobby Jones, among others. Green said while the ship if:) always filled with entertainers, some can't stay for the entire cruise because of previous engagements. And, this was the case with three well known entertainers. "Everyo n e got o ff the ship in Puerto Rico for a concert featuring Cat Williams, LL Cool J and Patti Labelle. They flew in to perform and the concert was only for those aboard the ship," Green said. Green plans to include the cruise in his vacation plans for many years to come. The purpo se of the cruise is to help student co ntinue thei r e du cati on at historica l l y Bl ack coll ege s and universitie s The Tom Joyne r Foundation p rovides money directly to the s chools. Scholarships are awarded to students based on .finan cial needs a nd other require ments The recipients are chosen by the Financial Aid Pepartment a t each school. Reporter Iris B Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@jlsentinel. com. MRS. DONNA RICHARDSON JOYNER Fitness Expert and wife of Tom Joyner. JUDGE GLENDA HATCHETT REV. SHIRLEY CAESER Gospel Artist Formerly of the Jackson Five FRANKIE BEVERLY : J KYMWHITLEY Actress Of Frankie Beverly and Maze RALPH TRESVANT Lead singer of New Edition


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.. ALL ABOUT YOU! Celebrating MRS. ELIZABETH WYNN 6/9/17 The family of Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn would likfi to wish her a happy 90t birthday. Grandma, we're thanking you for all your encouraging words, and all the love you've given. She's a wonderful mother, grandma, and great grandma. Giving all thanks to the Lord for blessing her with another year. "We love you." From, yo:ur d3:ughter, grandkids, great grands, and close family and friends. Birthday Wish! ADd SAM It's that time of year once again to wish the special man in my life a happy birthday. No matter how near or far you are I want you to know: that I am always thinking of" you. I love you and wish you a happy birthday .._ -i ,. .. Look Who's 1 DREAIUNNA Happy birthday to our lovely daughter, who will celebrate her special day with Dora and Boots, family and friends at Rowlett Park. Love, Dre and Korissa. KELlS LAWRENCE 6-13-07 Wow, look who turned 2. Our only granddaughter, Kelis. She will celeb rate her big day tomorrow with proud pa.rents, C. J. and Miss Trina, great grandmother, Carolyn Meteye, and her grandfather who's visiting from Texas, Bruce Brown. Happy birthday, Kelis. Love, Linda and Ieckey. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers RE-BIRTH ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL A SCHOOL OF NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR: Happy Birthday To My Wife MRS. RASHEEDA -. TRAMEL You have to meet a few wrong ones before you can appreciate and love the right one! Happy birthday! Love, your husband, Robbin. Look Who's Turning '1' MEME And QUONA Yes, it's MeMe's birthday. Happy birthday baby. It seems as if it were yesterday. June 16th is your day, so we're going to party like a rock star at Robles Park. Everyone is invited. KG-sTH GRADE:.::: -: *CONVEN IENT i t is? .Lil SMALLCLASSSIZES18: 1 RA Chds .Snitches QUAUTY INSTRUCTIONAL birthday,' BabyJ And on June PROGRAMs 16, we goil).g to help you party C AN C NG Iii a star. .. ERTIFIED D ARI 'LOve" always, : Big Chris and your family. _::_.,' .,::.'_ ,. : ADMISSION '. .. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements ln, Adv ance cau: 1921 For Mor e Info Happy People UONEL And DEE 6-4-07 to my brother and sister-in-law, you made it by the grace of God. They thought you all would fall, but you all stood tall. That's only God and Heisgood. Love, the Hopps family. Happy Anniversary KEITH And CARLA NEWMAN Keith and Carla will be celebrating 11 t anniversary on June 15t with family in Atlanta this week end. A family that prays togeth er, stays together." From, your daughters, Valencia, Keila and Kellia; and the rest of the family!! local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Congratulations Oakwood College Graduate WINSTON H. LOND9N,II the weekend of May 10 12, 2007, Oakwood College in Huntsville, AL, held its annual graduation ceremonies. The -Graduates and Parents Banquet was on Thursday, c c.. c: z m N 0 0 -....! May 10, Consecration Services was on Friday, May 11, Baccalaureate Service, Saturday morning at 11 a.m., 0 and the Commencement 2:l Service :was on Saturday night, May12th. en Winston received his m Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing with a minor in z Business Management. m Those that took the journey r;to Alabama were: his parents, Winston, I and Mary rLondon, other family mem-In hers and friends, Shontae -f London, Alvin Hill, Z Shanel, Domina', "'D Darrielle, Deja, _Shelly (Tonya) Ganious, Jr., rSJlelly III, Adrian, en Rhuetelia Bradford, ffi Michele Turner, John C Shuler, Betty Davis, m Richard (Mae) London, rii Charles (Bettye) Ashe, Clarence (Cathy) Norton, -f and (Velma) c: Helton. m A host of other family and .friends. didn:t make the trip but supported him. in spirit. l> Winston gives all praise, z honor and glory to God for his C May he '11 continue to let God order his 2:l steps in whatever path he takes. "" Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: fWeek In Advance Call: 248-1921 For Mor e Info SEEKING EL:fMENTARY For --KING'S KIDS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AND LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER ... Ja hcl". ''"F.'-"'"''t' ...... u, .. ;:, .:;n ... : Two Years Administrative Experience or Five Years Classroom Teaching Contact Search! Committee at (813) 245-4536 or Fax (813) 247-4337 or Email: ad(a)ao l.com


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RELIGIOUS hurch School secrational prayer before cjmrch sta r ts and the cho i r goes into the choir stand What God really wants is for His people to repent and learn to live right (vs. 16, 17). He knows you know how to worship and repent, but can you live right? God desires your obedience more than your sacrifice (1 Samuel15:22). BY REV. RICKY WIGGS Let It Be Real This week s lesson is one that should be discussed openly in many churches across the world. This text speaks to a lot of problems and issues that are taking place in many houses of wor ship. This text recorded in Isaiah 1:10-20 will help a lot of Christians understand some of the reasons for unanswered prayers ip their life. Most people know about the lifestyle and circumstances of Sodom and Gomorrah. One does not have to be a biblical scholar to know that they were destroyed because of their. lack of righteousness and willingness to repent. Here God compares their behavior with the behavior and actions of Sodom and Gomorrah. It is dangerous and hazardous when your actions and behavior remind God of Sodom and Gomorrah. God says to them what does the multitude.of your sacrifices mean to me (vs. Isaia h 1:1 .i.)? He says I have more than enough. This is a serious thing for God to say about the people's acts of worship. says, "I have had enough." What did God have enough of? It is not that God did not want them to worship; He just wanted more than their worship and sacrifice. The people knew how to worship. They knew what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. God lets them know that knew that they knew because he spells it out in verse. 11. You know these people. They know when to stand in church. They know when to sing and when to moan. They know what their offer-Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Ch u r c h O f God In Christ 5112 N. 34th St. Tampa, Fl33610 (813) 23AGAPE (232-4273) Pastor & Founder Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship :00, A M Prayer Tuesday 6:30P.M. Bible Study Tuesday 7 :00P.M. ing should be for the week. They know all the rituals of the denomination. They know how to dress to "look" holy and spiritual. God was tired of them thinking they could live sin ful lives everyday and then come to Him with "ritualistic repentance" and worship. You know this type of repen tance, It is the repentance that you rehearse before communion. It is the prayer you pray when you need a blessing. It is that s ame c on -Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Listen to these words in verse 16; stop doing your evil deeds in my sight. I imagine you can continue to do wrong as long as you do not do it in His sight. Then the words of the Psalmist comes up, "where can I go from your Spirit? If I ascend to Heaven you are there. If I make my be d in Hell, you are there" (Psalm 139:7,8). Since H e ha s had enough o f you r sa crifices and ritu alis ti c Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p.m. Saturday Pra)'el' Service & Bible Studll10 a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 4 p.m. Teen Night FridaY before the 2nd Sundar 7 -11 p.m. Study of the Bible Wednesday 7:30 8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service Wednesday 8:30 9 p.m. 3708 E. Lake Aven ue FL 33610 (813) 628 Website: www.slmalthewchurch.com Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com ST. JOHN CATHEDRA 3401 E.25thAvenue Tampa,FL (Comer34thSt.&25thAve. ) Phone: 813-248-3737 Or248-365 1 Fax: 242-8076 CareUne: 248-HELP BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email us at sijminisbies@Ool.com Mission Statement A Church of the inner city reaching to the community by ministering to the whole man. Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY OUIREACH, INC. I HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK and PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK JJ c wors h i p and because y ou are learn in g to do good and cannot flee His presence to do wrong, then why not take His advise that He offers. He says, "come now, let us reason together" (vs. 18) God extends to them a way to make things better before they receive the judgment of Sodom and Gomorrah. His people before destruc-t i on comes c.. He further s ay s to them you can have the good of the m land if you are willing and obedient (vs. 19). To have N the life that God has pre-8 pared we must be willing to """ submit to His will and way and obey His commandments. Regardless of the sins that are making people have to repent; He is able to wash them away and make them as white as snow and as wool. God offers help to save Remember, God desires your worship; He just wants it to be genuine Give Him more daily righteous living and less religious ritualistic worship New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 5oth street Tampa, Flor ida 33619 813 2426268 -Sunday Morning Church School @ sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00am _Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7 :00 pm Wednesday N i ght Youth for Christ @ 7 :00 pm r-0 ::D c ,. en m z m r;OJ c rr z c OJ r-u; ::::1: m c m < m :c < -4 c m en c :;:: :: .. ;:o: .,. : :; : : c ... .... N e w .. / -. 3005 EAST ELLICOTT STREET, TAMPA FLORIDA 3361() REV. DR. T. W. JENKINS, PASTOR CELEBRATING ALL FATHERS! COME AND JOIN OUR NEW HOPE FAMILY SUNDAY, JUNE 17; 2007 FOR WORSHIP AT 7:45 AND 10:55 A.M. .\'pecia/ (iue. \t.' :\lr. Ronald BrQokins, CHAPS, Inc. :c 6 C) m en I m


1.0 ?"" w z :::) '"") c a: LL. c a: LL. c z a: w > w c w :I: C/) :::i al :::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) al I ..J w z ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe SL / REV. IIIIWE J. COOK. PASTOR Worship Adivtles: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday First Missionarr Baptist Cllurc Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave. REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) College Hill Cllurcll Of God In Christ New FriendshiP M.B. Church 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. 3107 L lake Ave. 248-4127 Rev. H. L. Daniels, Paslor Weekly Activities SllldaY School 8:30A.M. Morning Worship Bible Class EwnlngWorshlp Wednesday PIB!IIII MeeUng BlbleSbldV 10:45A.M. 4 :30P.M. 5P.M. 7P.M. 7:30P.M Mt. Zion Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 CCI mer nf HwJ, 3!11-cl Blnnmin!!,dale Ale.1 ( "The Church Whose Doors ,. Are Always Opeir;i..";. .:.-:... Invite You To Attend Our Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Church School 9:30A.M. Worship Service 11 A.M. i= I "Bless Tfte Lord Oh My Soul And Z I REV. RONALD FORTUNE All That Is Within Me W Pastor "Praise The Lord's Holy Name C/) C3 a: 0 ..J LL. m I U) w Cl BROWN MBMOR/fll CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) WEEifL'I WORSHIP SCNEDVLE. SUIHI-Scllool ._ 9-.30A.M. Sunday Morning W-.llip 11 A.M. SIIIICIQ Evellilltl Wonllip _.7:30 P._H. Morlliag Pnnrer (Tuesday fridaY)- 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worsllip ... 7:30 P.M. Church-Whem The loJ.e OF God Flows. And The Holi Ghost !s_in Fun Contml. JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Hom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Sun. Hom. Worship -10:30 A. H. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Hid Week Bible Study Wed 7".30 P .M. Ev one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Earfy Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9-.30 a.m. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Pllstor/Teecher Adult/Oiildran Worship T1111es 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1!:!!Jiiij.]IJ, Sunday :45 A.M. Adult & Youth/ Children TuesdaY A. H. Adult Weclnexlay 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7".30 P.M. Adult Friday Noon USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1:8, Aom. 1:8, 11bu. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE MILL _. 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 EarlY Worship 8 .a.m Sunder Sdtool 9-.45 a.m. Homing Worship 0:45 a.m. For Transportation .C.II SISTER BARBARA MCGILL Ill Tuesday P,.,., Senb 6:30 p.m. -. Bible Study 7".30 p.m. -Brathet!ood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a.m. 1st and 3rd Saturdan Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcdJ.org lnfo@fbcdl.org Church School Sw1d10y 9:10 a. m. Monling Wonhip Sunday 10:55 a. nL Mid-Werk Smite Wednesday 7 p. nL (Prayer Meeting, Blblr Study) Towuitl M.B. CHURCH, INC. Early Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Wonhlp a.m. Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting & Bible Class 7 p.m. Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church 1 747 Lasalle S!rcel Tampa, FL 3307 813-254-5045 "The Church With A Vision" -9:30 A. M. Church School 7:45 A. M. Worship (First Sunday Only) 11:00 A. M. Worship Bible Study Wednesda -7 P. M. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. H. HURRAY, Pestor Sunday School 9:45 e.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prner Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. VIsitors Are Welcome! "Tn Know Chn:u Alltl Tn Mnlrr' C/m:rt /Vwu'll FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4021 w. P .. _tto sa. anJS1 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Prayer Sei'VIce & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. PEOPLE POl CHRIST MINISTRIES DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Pastor One Cluur:il $ Two Loratio/1,\" Main Location 10511 Main Street Sunday School 9:30 u. m. Morning Worship II u. m. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 p.m. Hurricane Gym* 3715 7th Avenue Morning Manna 9 a. m. For Transportutiun, Call (IH3) 91!6-950-t The New Palm River. COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, Fl. 33619 Elder-Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody" Earty Morning Worship 8 9:30 A.M. Sunday School--------9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Horning Service. : ..................... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ........................... 7 P.M. Friday YPWW .. 7-8 P.M. Friday Putorial Teachlng .................. S-9 P.M. Deacon DIIVid C. Jorden, Deacon Boerd Chllirmlln Temporarily At Grand Suites Hotel 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 Service Times Sunday School -9 A.M. Morning Worship -10:30 A.M.


Abundant Life (hurch Of God In (hrist 4125 N;u,au St. W. Tampa, FL 33067 18131 Fi75-9aT7 KAREN BARNES, PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Our Weeldr Order Of Service SundB!f School 9:30 AM Homing Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday Friday 6:00 A.M. Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Corporate Prayer Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. ;;< "I hn come lhllhey mklhl hw LIFE.. mo.., ABUNDANT-LY" St. John 10:10 GREATER BAPTIST CHURCH Come & Hear God's Word \llith God's People tl! ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa, Fll3605 2709 N. 2.51h Slla! ffih A...,_) 248-6753 REV. RONALD D. HIZER, Pastor Office Hours H-F lOam 2pm sundavs 7:45 a.m. Earlr Homing Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church S z 0 ., :0 0


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ENTERTAINMENT -"'T'' ::c Rihanna's Haircut Makes Headlines Proving just how much of a goctd girl gone bad she is, Rihanna says she got her teen rebellion on recently when she decided to ... are you sitting down? ... get a drastic. haircut without telling anyone. "I just wanted to get a little edgy and' cut my hair and I didn't really ask anybody to do it," Rihanna toldReuters. "I just did it, changed myself completely, my image and everything. I just did it like a bad girl would do it." Although not quite as dramatic as Britney Spears' rebellious head shave, Rihanna, 19, says her "bad girl" haircut will have to do, considering the 19-year-old has not been arrested for a DUI, experienced rehab nor been on lockdown like most of her peers "I just got a little rebeliious -I think it's about time. I just had to breakaway from that innocent girly image that I used to have," she sai d, promoting her third album "Good Girl Gone Bad" during an interview. 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Annual Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest, which takes place July 15-21 in Montego Bay, had released a statement to the Jamaica Observer that read: "We have just been advised by LL Cool J's management that due to a f a mily pro ble m, LL Cool J h a s been f o rced t o cancel all his summe r d a tes and henc e h e w ill n o t be performing at Sumfest. Ho wever, a rep for the artist announced Monday that LL will appear as sched.uled at the sumfest. His other summer appearances, including a set at the Essence Music Festivalnext month in New Orleans, remain cancelled due to the unspecified "family problem," his management told the Website Spike Says Please Vote Better People Into Office Echoing Denzel Washington's famous words from his title role in "Malcolm X," the film's director Spike Lee said the government's response following Hurricane Katrina "was a fiasco, a mocker.y on the local, state and federal levels, and once again, Americans got hornswoggled, led astray,. bamboozled." 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They did not d o C: their job." r-Sickle Cell Association of Hillsborough County Presents "Old School Dance" Music of the "60s" '"70s" & "80s" When: Saturday, June 16, 2007, Tampa Letter Carrier's Hall 3003 Cypress Street Where: Time: 9:00 PM-I :00 AM BYOB&FOOD Donation: $1_0.00 in Advance/$15.00 at the_.Door : .. Door Prizes for. the best "60s", "70s" & '80s" Ou_tfits Music By: Floyd Joy r ';.. to benefit Sick/( Cdl Program s : Donations are Tax-deductible .;_ .. ;......::. Ticket Outlet: .. Cell Office 3401 .N. 22"J ST : 247 -5999 m z 'tl c: tD r-c;; J: m 0 m < m ::c < c: m en 0 )> < )> z 0 ., :!:! 0 )> < 'tl )> G') m 1\) .. I tD


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Meanwhile, the former Spice Girl was in a limo that was reportedly pulled over Sunday night by a real Beverly Hills cop. MEL BAnd EDDIE MURPHY Brown and her boyfriend Stephen Belafonte were leaving a dinner with fellow ex-Spice Girl Victoria "Posh" Beckham and were following her home when police clocked the limo going over the speed limit. The driver continued on for about a mile before pulling over, according to reports. Mel B. waited patiently for cops to question the driver until Posh's securjty car drove back and picked her up, along with Belafonte. THE TAMPA ALUMNI CHAPTER OF KAPP A ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC Saturday,June16,2007 7 p.m. Dinner Served at 8 p. m. TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER 333 S. Franklin St. Tampa Gentlemen : Black/Whit e Tuxedo Ladies: Black/White Foima l Gowns $60 Per Person For More Information Or Tickets: Rhonnie Williams (813) 545-8761 Or Onyema Ezeanya (850) 528-4413 Magic Johnson Buys D.C. Hotel MAGIC JOHNSON And His Hotel The Washington Hilton WASHINGTON D.C.-Earvin "Magic" Johnson was in Washington D.C. last week to announce his latest business venture, the purchase and planned renovation of the historic Hilton Washington hotel from Hilton Hotels Corp for $290 million. The former L o s Angeles Lakers star said his Canyon Johnson Urban Fund ( CJUF) and Lowe Enterprises Investors will spend more than $100 million to renovate the hotel, located at 1919 Connecticut Ave. near Dupont Circle The 1,119 room-hotel opened in 1965 and has 110,000 square feet of meet. fng space, including the 36,000-square-foot International Ballroom, the largest ballroom in the cit y. The hotel has a l so played host to sev eral U S Presidents and world leaders. The renovation will include upgrades to guest rooms and public spaces, a reconfigura tion of the property's meeting space, modifications to the gym and pool areas and the possible addition of a new upscale restaurant. Magic said he will consult with D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty and local leaqers to ensure that the Hilton, Washington "continues to be a valuable economic development engine for decades to come." Timbaland -Jailed Briefly In Geranany COLOGNE, GERMANYTimbaland had to spend an hour in a German jail early in connection with a bar braw l that left one man hos pitalized. The artist, born Timothy Mosley, allegedly got into a heated discussion with an unidentified man in the bar of the Intercontinental Hotel in Cologne at 11.30 p.m. Sources say the drama began when Timbaland began flirting with the man's girl friend. A heated argument was sparked, which reportedly resulted in the man using a racial slur. The situation escalated and the two took their dispute outside where an all-out brawl erupted, according to Cologne police spokesperson .iuergen Goebel. Timbaland's entourage TIMBALAND reportedly jumped into the fracas and sent the 29-year old Croatian inan to t he hospital with multiple bruises and injuries to his rib cage. According to Goebel, Timbaland was questioned and held in custody for approximately one hour before being released. Prince Taps Columbia, & Lisa For Next Album NEW YORK --Prince has reunited with his Revolution band mates Wendy and Lisa for 'material on his new album "Planet Earth," which h e has chosen to rel ease through Columbia Records on July 24 in North America. This marks the second time the artist has partnered with Columbia, following the April 2004 release. of his album "Musicology." "Guitar," the first single from "Planet Earth, was ser viced to all radio formats yesterday; it is also free to Verizon Wireless customers for a limited promotional period, as previously report e d According to Columbia, a worldwide launch of "Planet will begin on July 16. Prince has also annou-PRINCE need the final concert dates of his 21-night stand at London' s 02 Arena this summer. The new shows are August 24 and 25, and September 6, 16, 20 and 21. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday (June 15). New.York. Rapper Stack Bundles Shot To Death NEW YORK --Stack Bundles, an up-and-coming N ew York r a pp e r, was shot to death outsi d e his hom e in a possible robb ery, p olic e said. Bundles was shot in the hea d and neck at about 5 a.m. June 11 on a Queens street after a night out with friends. Authorities w e r e investigat ing wh ethe r the uniden tified s hoot e r sto l e a chain from the 24 year old rapper. Bundles, whose real name was Rayquon Elliot, had work e d with artists including Fabolous and DJ Clue. H e was a ffiliated with Byrd Gang Records. The labe l i s deepl y s a d -SfACK BUNDLFS dened by our loss," manager Yancy Smith said in a ment. "A young star's light was put out before he had a chance tO shine in front o f the world


ALL MY CHILDREN: Amanda used her knowledge of JR's kidnapping being a hoax to demand a piece of the action. JR was drawn to this side of Amanda and they made love. Meanwhile, Zach outwitted Adam by forcing him to sign ove r everything he owns as collateral for the kidnappers' ransom. After bringing Adam to JR, Zach felt tri umphant as JR learned that the money transfer went through. Coming: Jack and Erica are still riding their emotional roller coaster. Elizabeth of being negligent with Jake, which led to the child's kidnapping. Nikolas was certain that Jerry was responsible, but Sam's behavior aroused interest in her possible role from Spinelli as well as Amelia, who later lied to Ric and gave Sam an alibi. Coming: Sam learns what Amelia really wants. AS THE WORLD TURNS: After Craig gave Meg the papers turning over Worldwide, they were married. Craig caught Meg making a call and got her to admit she and Paul had been plotting against him. Once he drugged Meg, Craig sent a fake message to Paul, and held him at gunpoint. Alison was guilt-ridden about having slept with Dusty, 'i:md gave Aaron the brush-off when he wanted them to have a second chance. Coming: Katie's presence in Jack's life remains an obstacle for Carly. GUIDING LIGHT: Jeffrey got Reva to admit intending to kidnap Lizzie to get back at Alan, while Lizzie gave Jeffrey another clue that pointed at Reva. When Reva decided to go visit Hawk, she was arrested before the plane took off. Aware of Griggs' threat to kill Dinah, Mallet shot Matt, but the hit was a ruse and Griggs knew it. Coming: Daisy and Rafe may end up under the same roof. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Antonio had Jessica served with divorce papers. Fresh out of jail, David demanded the $10 million he claimed Dorian had cheated away from him. Dorian stood up to David, who later inadvertently set John on a path that could lead him to the truth about Spencer's death. John figured out why Marty married Miles. Coming: Blair's wish comes true. BOL,D AND BEAUTIFUL: When Brooke asked Rick to remember having shot Grant, for Phoebe's sake, he raced to the courtroom and declared that he did it. Ridge was set free but was shocked when Rick revealed that he doesn't remember anything and only confessed to spare Phoebe the pain of losing her father. Coming: Rick is not happy to see Constantine hanging around Phoebe. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Claire was reunited with her family, but Shawn was devas tated when the child ran into Philip's arms. Grandpa Shawn blurted out that the DIMeras are responsible for Colleen's death, while Stefano told his family that the Bradys murdered Colleen. Stefano entrusted EJ with ending the feud, but realized that his faith was misplaced when EJ told him that the newly returned Anna is on the level, when in fact she had been helping the Bradys. Coming: Belle is sympathetic to Shawn's hurt feelings. PASSIONS: While Jessica's loved ones conducted a frantic search after she disap peared, Spike buried her alive in a tiny crate. Kay summed up a demon elf to help save Jessica, ignoring Tabitha's warning about the creature's true nature. Gwen returned to Harmony only to find Ethan and Theresa in an embrace. Coming: Spike intends to tie up his "loose ends." ,., HOSPITAL: Lucky said words that left a lasting scar when he accused YOUNG AND RESTLESS: The nanny-cam hidden by Phyllis and Sharon caught Nikki and David kissing. Against Ben's advice, Jack released it on the Internet, leading to the two candidates engaging in a nasty televised debate. Meanwhile, in an unknown location, Victor was shown viewing the embrace on his laptop. Coming: Gloria hopes to buy her way out of trouble. IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... work routines will inten sify and then quickly return to normal. Last-minute projects or reduced staff may increase daily demands. Make sure authority figures include you in all team assignments and appreciate your special efforts. Newly established skills or responsibilities will create revised job titles. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Some Geminis will encounter a series of unique payments or money bonuses. If so, expect time limits, daily restrictions or procedural rules to be firmly enforced. Although busi ness luck is high, minor duties and instructions from authority figures may still feel annoying. Refuse to be cjerailed. CANCER (June 22-July 22). New business relationships may become flirtatious or overly familiar. Set consistent boundaries and expect others to respect your wishes. Although flattering, this is not the right time to confuse workplace roles with social enjoyment. Someone close may describe a recent romantic or family triangle. Remain discrete. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). For many Leos, social charisma is increasing. Potential friends and lovers are attracted to your emotional style; expect a variety of comments and promises. Take all atten tion as a compliment but avoid serious or lasting commitments. Complicated group dynamics or minor jealousies may prove bother some; remain diplomatic. 'VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Home routines will require adjustment and careful planning. Close friends or relatives may ask for special consideration with temporary work projects, career research or deli cate business ventures. Provide support and wait for the return of established patterns: YC?Ur patience will be rewarded. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). A close relative may regret their recent comments or actions. Long-term responsibilities and emotional expectations are subtle themes. Expect family pressure to be-high. If so, allow loved ones extra time for contemplation 'or adjustment: a private decision is needed. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). Dreams, insights or sudden flashes of wisdom are vivid and compelling. Areas affected are the social habits of trusted friends, private romantic triangles or past family his tories. Quietly observe. Public discussions or minor confrontations will not work in your favor. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Rare social triangles are ersome. Expect long-term friends to vie for your attention or, in some cases, express unrealistic ideas. A battle of wills may be difficult to avoid. Patience will be key. If possible, remain neutral and suggest creative activities or new forms of entertainment. GAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Ask family members for emotional support with difficult social decisions or private romantic differ ences. Older relatives or friends will provide seasoned insights and valuable guidance. Remain attentive to all comments, hints or sug gestions and expect long-term relationships to begin delicate negotiations. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Sensuality and social flirtation are almost una-voidable. Expect friends and lovers to provide unique insights into their hopes, dreams or long-term goals. For many new relationships will steadily deepen. Stay open to pas sionate proposals. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Long-term relationships will enter a brief but meaningful period of decision. Key issues may involve social planning, shared family events or group celebrations. Let loved ones know your emotional limits and daily expectations: your needs will be considered. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 20). New romantic promises are deeply felt and genuine. Expect loved ones or potential lovers to offer unique insights into their long-term hopes or family goals. Use this time to foster intimacy and private trust: recent social delays or mis understandings need to fade. TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Friends or relatives may ask for an explanation of recent group events. Social loyalties and long-term romantic commitments are strong concerns. Expect loved ones to feel mildly threatened by new friends or team activities. Offer reas surance and watch for steady progress. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Pan's Labyrinth, Picture house, R 2. Apocalypto, Buena Vista Pictures, R 3. Epic Movie, 20th Century Fox, PG-13 4. Night at the Museum, 20th Century Fox, PG 5. Letters From lwo Jima, Paramount Pictures, R 6. Music and Lyrics, Warner Bros., PG-13 7. Because I Said So, Uni versal Pictures, PG-13 8. Catch and Release, Sony Pictures, PG-13 9. Stomp the Yard, Sony Pictures, PG-13 10. Dream girls, Paramount Pictures, PG-13 l TOP POP ALBUMS 1. It Won't Be Soon Before Long, Maroon 5, A&M/Octone 2. Minutes to Midnight, Linkin Park, Machine Shope 3. Black Rain, Ozzy Osbourne, Epic 4. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape, Young Jeezy Presents U.S.D.A., Corporate Thugz!Def Jam 5. Daughtry, Daughtry, RCA 6. Call Me Irresponsible, Michael Buble, 143/Reprise 7. Lies for the Liars, The Used, Reprise 8. The Best Damn Thing, Avril Lavigne, RCA 9. Some Hearts,, Carrie Underwood, Arista/Arista Nashville 10. Because of You, Ne-Yo, Def Jam TOP POP SINGLES 1. Umbrella, Rihanna, featur ing Jay-Z, SRP/Def Jam 2. Party Like A Rockstar, Shop Boyz, OnDeck 3. Makes Me Wonder, Ma roon 5, A&M!Octone 4. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin'), T-Pain, featuring Yung Joe, Konvict/Nappy Boy/Jive 5. Summer Love, Justin Timberlake, Jive 6. Home, Daughtry, RCA 7. Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, RCA 8. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fer gie, wlll.l.am/A&M 9. Pop, Lock & Drop It, Huey, HiTz Committee/Jive 10. Never Again, Kelly Clark son, RCA Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. Double Up .......................................................................... R. Kelly 2. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape .... Young Jeezy ..... Presents U.S.D.A. 3. Sex Love & Pain ..................................................................... Tank 4. Because Of You ................................................................... Ne-Yo 5. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................... RobinThicke 6. Survival Of The Fittest. ..................... Lil Boozie, Webbie & Foxx 7 Back To Black .................................................... Amy Winehouse 8. Special Occasion ............................................... Bobby Valentino 9. Strength & Loyalty ................................ Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 10. Luvanmusiq ...................................................... Musiq Soulchild 11. Ain't Nothing Like Me ............................................................ Joe 12. Konvicted ............................................................................ Akon 13. Fantasia .......................................................................... Fantasia 14. Street Love .......................................................................... Lioyd 15. FutureSex/LoveSounds ................................ Justin Timberlake 16. B'Day ................. : ............................................................ Beyonce 17. Rich Boy ........................................................................ Rich Boy 18. In My Songs .......................................................... Gerald Levert : 19. Corinne Bailey Rae ..................................... Corinne Bailey Rae 20. Buck The World ......................... ; ...... : ...................... Young Buck Sentinel's Top 20 Sing.les 1. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin') .... T-Pain Featuring Yung .... Joe .,.;_ 2. Please Don't Go ...................................................................... Tank 3. Party Like A Rock Star ................................................ Shop Boyz 4. When I See U .................................................................... Fantasia 5. Same Giri.. ............................................ R. Kelly Duet With Usher 6. teachme ............................................................... Music Soulchild 7. Like This ........................................ Kelly Rowland Featuring Eve 8. Lost Without You .................................................... Robin Thicke 9. Pop, Lock & Drop lt.................. ....................................... Huey 10. Umbrella................................. .. ... Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z 11. Get It Shawty ....................................................................... Lioyd 12. Wipe Me Down ................. Lil Boo'3ie 1turing Foxx & Webbie 13.1'm A Flirt ........ Bow Wow OrR. :c.: aaturing T.l. andT-Pain 14. Big Things Poppin' (Dl' 't) ...................................................... T.I. 15. Get Me Bodied................ .. ........................................... Beyonce 16. Buddy ................................................................. Musiq Soulchild 17. Because Of You ................................................................. Ne-Yo 18. Rock Yo Hips ........................ Crime Mob Featuring Lil Scrappy 19. If I Was Your Man ................................................................... Joe 20. A Bay Bay ........................................................... Hurricane Chris sentinel's Top 10 Rap Albums 1. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape .......... Young Jeezy ..... U.S.D.A. 2. Survival Of The Fittest ....................... Lil Boozie, Webbie & Foxx 3. Strength & Loyalty ................................ Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 4. Rich Boy .......................................................................... Rich Boy 5. Buck The World ......................................................... Young Buck 6. Get Money Stay True ..................................................... Paul Wall 7. The Inspiration ...................................................... : .. Young Jeezy 8. As Cruel As School Children ......................... Gym Class Hereos 9. Like Father, Like Son ................................. Birdman & Lll Wayne 10. Music Is My Savior ................. ............................................ Mims Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Singles 1. Party Like A Rock Star ................................................ Shop Boyz 2. Pop, Lock & .Drop lt ............................................................... Huey 3. I'm A Flirt ............... Bow Wow Or R. Kelly Featuring T.l. and T.... Pain 4. Outta My System ...... Bow Wow Featuring T-Pain & Jahnta ..... Austin 5. Rock Yo Hips ......................... Crime Mob Featuring Lil Scrappy 6. I Tried .......... : ..................... Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Akon 1 Trie 7. Wipe Me Down .................. Lil Boosie Featuring Foxx & Webbie 8. Make Me Better .................................. Fabolous Featuring Ne-Yo 9. 2 Step ................................................................. .-; ................... Unk 10. Big Things Poppin' (Do lt) ...................................................... 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,.... 0 0 N ari' .... w z ClASS REUNION More Scenes From The All Class Reunion .., (Photos by Streets And Streets Photography, Dana .Bright) c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c .en w .... > a: w > w c en ::J m D. z i= w ...J ...J m ...:. w z i= z w .en I g a: 0 ...J u.. The kids had awesome fun at Rowlett Park during the picnic outing Jeraldine Williams Smith Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone (813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate* Al?peals SOS East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL, 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW r ------j Attoritey Eric T. Taylor -------------- CRIMINAL DEFENSE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 259-4444 Former Asst. AttOrney General for Florida Former County Prosecutor The hiring of a lawyer is an important decmon lhat mould mt be based solely tp10 Before you ask tm ID IIDl )'00 free wriUen iofixma6on about our qualifications aod eJqlel'ience Members of the All Class Reunion for this photograph. Sharon Scott and Eric Lee, Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. Gathered at Rowlett Park are Debra Maxwell, George Streets, Dianne Powell and Jodie Poole. ..... ... :'t"':'',".'''-';..


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Polk County ews Washington Park I Rochelle Alumni Association, Inc. Held Its 14th Annual Scholarship Banquet On Saturday, June 2, 2007 the Washington Park I Rochelle Al.umni Association, Inc. held their 14th Annual Scholarship Banquet at Simpson Park in Lakeland. The theme. was: Education For A Better Tomorrow. -The program was as fol lows: Master of Ceremony -Robert F. Harris, Rochelle High School, Class of 1959; DJ J. D. Carlton; Fellowship and Get Acquainted (soft music) from 6-6:55; Welcome & Acknowledgement of Guests Robert F. Harris; Invocation I Grace-Rev. Dr. Frankie Baldwin, Associate Pastor, Pilgrim Rest FWB Church, Kathleen High School, Class of 1981; Silent Prayer for Deceased Class Members; Solo -Rosezetta J. Buchanan, Anointed Son g Bird, Singing Ministry; Dinner was served (soft music); Introduction of Speaker. -Mildred Hawk, Washington Park High School, Class of 1944; Speaker -Justice (Retired) Charles z. Smith, Washington-State Supreme Court, Washington Park High School, Class of.l942 (last attended); Special Recognition Colonel Freddie C. Austin, USA, Ret., Washington Park High School,' Class of 1948; Remarks What This Scholarship Award Meant To Me -Natia N. McCreary, 2002 Scliolarship Award Recipient; Presentation of Scholarships -Colonel Austin and Justice Smith; Solo Rosezetta J. Buchanan; Expression of Gratitude & Solicitation -Barbara Holman, Rochelle High School, Class of 1950; and Benediction -Rev. Dr. Fran'kie Baldwin. Washington Park I Rochelle High School Alumni Association, Inc. Officers are: President, Freddie C. Austin; Vice President, -Betty L. Grays; Recording Secretary, Barbara S. Holman; Corresponding Secretary, Beverly B. Boatwright; Financial Secretary, Bernice Smith; Treasurer, Dorothy Miller Moore; Parliamentarian, Williams; Sergeant-At-Arms, Mary L. Stanford; Chaplain, Ida L. Tarver; and Historian, Lena S. Pickett. The 2007 Edward W. Murray Scholarship Awardees were: Raquhel Laquaonda Taylor received $2,000, and Sylvester Buford, III also received $2,000. From 1995 -2007 the total scholarship amount that have distributed is_ $50,250. (L-R) Washington Park I Rochelle Alumni AMociation, Inc., Pres. Freddie C. Austin joins Justice (Retired) Charles z. Smith and Master of Ceremony, Robert F. Harris, Rochelle High aass of 1959 Alumni officers shown here are: (front row) Edna Gilchrist, .Dorothy Harris-Robinson, Betty Grays, Barbaras. Holman, Beverly Boatwright and James T. McCreary; (back row) Eugene Wllllams, Bernice Smith-smith, Ernie William and Freddie C. Austin. Not sbown Miller-Moore. Rochelle High grad and Victims Assistant Coordinator from the Lakeland Police Department, Harold Silas presents the Key to the City to Judge Smith. Former scholarship recipient, Miss Natia McCreary, FAMU School, 2002. Judge and Mrs. Timothy Coon of Polk County Pres. Freddie C. Austin and Justice (Retired) Charles z. Smith with the 2007 awardees: Sylvester Buford, III, GPA: 3.0170; SAT: 86o; ACT: 15, Kathleen High School, Rocky Mountain College, degree in Physical Ed; Mother, Diane Buford; and Raquhel LaQuaonda Taylor, GPA: 4.283; SAT: 1080: ACT 21, Lake Gibson High School, Florida State University, degree in Finance and Law; Mother, Betty Howard. l Washington Park High School, Class of 1948 alumni: Elouise. Willis Robinson, Boneva Smith-Heflin of Seattle, Washington, Judge Smith's Sister; Florida Mal Griffin, Redrlck Gainous, Mary Ruth Hill, Josephine Luster Anthony; and (seated) Lena Smith-Pickett. ., N # I ... -Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McCreary, Corporate Sponsor, and Washington Park High alumni, Fre(ldie Austin, Pres. 'T1 ]J c c: z m _. 91 N 0 0 'T1 r-0 ]J 6 l> en m z m r;llJ c: r r-z "'0 c: llJ !: en ::::C m c m < m ]J < .... c: m en i '< ,.. z 0 'T1 :a 6 ; i Ci) m c.n I 0 (


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POLK COUNTY NEWS Washington Park I Rochelle Alumni Association, Inc. Held Its 14th Annual Scholarship Banquet / Washington Park Schools: Alexander Jenkins, Johnnie Browning, Velda Browning, Herman Jenkins and his wife, Mrs. Essie Mae Rochelle grad and guests. Jenkins. Diane Robinson, Sylvia Bowick Gloria Porter-Brown, Hazel Perkins Gray, Barbara Jean Taylor and Valeria Smith-Carlton. Charlotte Jenkins, 1950 Rochelle grad, Barbara Strong-Holman, guests, and Shirley Byrd-Love. Lydia's Suits For Less Fashion Show Extravaganza Lydia's For Less Fashion Show Extravaganza was held on May 5, 2006, at the Coleman Bush Building Community Center. == FINANCIAL FOCUS== Mortgage Tips By Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker (813) 223-6151 What Categories Do The Credit Bureaus Evaluate And Why? This Week's Category Is: Pursuit ofNew Credit What type of information does this include? -Trade Lines (Creditors) -Inquiries What Questions are answered by this information? 1. To what extent is the consumer trying to open new credit accounts? 2. How recent were these efforts? 3. How many new credit obligations have recently been assumed? ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker Apex Lending, Inc. P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Knowledge Is Key To Buying Aild Selling Real All Judgments Are Not Liens: A judgment is not a lien on real property unless if complies with Florida Statute 55.10(1). Investors, obtain a copy of this statute. Something as simple as an address of the creditor being absent or an address affidavit not being recorded, can prevent a judgment from attaching to the property. If you have any questions,. please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Miriam L. Sumpter Richard at (813) or .on the web at www.freshstartlawfjrm.c 2DL.... FLORIDA CORPORATION PLETE & INCLUDES: State Filing Company Seal & Book, Articles of Incorporation or Organizalion, Company Minules, Corp. By Laws or LLC Regulations, Stock/Membership Certificate, Preliminary Name Search, Attorney's Fee s999s FORM YOUR COMPANY .OVER THE PHONE IT'S EASY! Corporations also immediately available WfTax I.D.# Also Sub S Corps., Non-Profit Corps., Limited Partnerships, LLCs, DBAs, Trademarks, Business Sales/Purchases, and Offshore Corps. '07, '06, '05, '04, '03, '02, '01, '00, '99 & '98 Corporations also ... available for Immediate delivery CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION PACI

" 0 0 N .,; .... w z ::::J .., >"' < c 0::: LL. c 0::: LL. c z < c rn w ::::J 1-w > w c w X rn ::l m ::::l 0.. z w ..J ..J ::::J m ..J w z z w rn C o ..J LL. INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids for the furnishing of the following will be received by the D irector of Purchasing, City of Tampa in his office until 2:30PM ON 7/16/07 COMMERCIAL SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 1:30PM ON 6/18/07 AT SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT 4010 WEST SPRUCE STREET TAMPA, FL 2:30 PM 7/17/07 ASSEMBLY AND DISTRIBUTION OF ROLL-OUT RESIDENTIAL SOLID WASTE CARTS PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 10:00 AM ON 6126/07 AT SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT 4010 WEST SPRUCE STREET TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 6/15107 Gregory K. Speannan CPPO Director of Purchasing. City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida. sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 3:30 PM ON 6/22/07 SULFURIC ACID 66" AUME 2 :30PM ON 7/10/07 STREET SWEEPERS SPEC. NO. 80-07 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30 AM ON 6/26/07 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351) It is hereby made a part of this Invitation for Bid that thu submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 6/15/07 Gregory K Speannan CPPO Director of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive-sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 03,2007..: i:OO P.M.T-0284-07 (BG) CHAIN LINK FENCING AND RELATED HARDWARE JUNE 29, 2007-:2:00 P.M.T -0303-07 (JM) "HEAVY EQUIPMENT PARTS REPAIR, AND SERVICES Please Note: The above bids are Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council aids. Some or .of the above bid{s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids: along with Bid!Pr,oposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet af www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or :. {2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned finns will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of sex, color or. national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County BoarEI of Commissioners, Department o Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular hours. GET NO:TICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR DETAILS CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 FAX 24fT !0 (813) 248-9218 OR EMAIL ledwarda@flsentlnel.com I PUBLIC NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE) FY08 GOAL As a recipient ofUSDOT funds, HART hereby announces its FY08 DBE goal of 12.5%. The proposed goal and its rationale are available for inspection from 8:00AM through 5:00PM, Monday through Friday, at4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605, for 30 days following the dat<." of this notice. Written comments will be accepted oq the proposed goal for 45 days from the date of this notice Comments may be made to HART at the above address, or to the Federal Transit Administration, Office of Civil Rights, 230 Peachtree Street, N.W., Suite 800. Atlanta, GA 30303 DBE Statement HART has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 49 CFR Part 26. HART receives Federal financial assistance from the Department of Transportation, and as a condition of receiving this assistance, HART has signed an assurance tha ( it will comply with 49 CFR Part 26. It is the policy of the HART to ensure that DBEs, as defined in Part 26, have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in DOT-assisted contracts. It is also our policy: I. To ensure nondiscrimination in the award and administration of DOT assisted contracts; 2. To create a level playing filed on which DBEs can compete fairly for DOT-assisted contracts; 3. To ensure that the DBE Program is narrowly tailored in accordance with applicable law; 4. To eusure that only firms that fully meet 49 CFR Part 26 eligibility standards arc permitted to participate as DBEs ; 5. To help re move barriers to the participation of DBEs in DOT assisted contracts; 6 To assist the development of firms that can compete successfully in the market place outside the DBE Program. The Compliance Officer, Ms. Janice Cook, has been delegated as the DBE Liaison Officer. In that capacity, Ms. Cook is responsible for implementing all aspects of the DBE program. Implementation of the DBE progn1m is accorded the same priority as compliance with all other legal obligations incurred by HART in its financial assistance agreements with the Department ofTransportation. HART will disseminate this objective to the Board of Directors of HART and all of the components of. the HART organization We wiJI distribute this statement to DBE and non-DBE busincs!i communi"tics that perfonn work for us on DOT-assisted contracts by mailing the statement to companies listed on the vendor directory that hils completed a business transaction with HART within the last two years." In addition, the statement will be published in the Tampa Tribune, La Gaceta, and the Florida Sentinel annually. Also the DBE statement will be posted on the HART website HART encourages the use of minority financial institutions. A listing of minority banks in the U. 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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 10, 2007-2:00P.M. P-0286-07 (DV) MASS SPECTROMETER Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Bo.ard Qf Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 03, 2007-2:00 P.M. T -0285-07 (BG) AQUEOUS AMMONIA Please Note: The above bid is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procuremeniservices: or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate .in these matters and will not be subjec;t to discrimination on the of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement' Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours .. YMENT REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Sealed Request for Qualifications for the furnishing of the follow ing will be received by the Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, in his office until 3:00 PM ON 6/25/07 ADDITIONAL REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL SERVICES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Request for Qualifications are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 6/15/07 Gregory K. Spearman CPPO Dire ctor of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for: RFB 0710 Well Construction Services On A Cost Per Foot Basis. OPENS-July 13, 2007 @2:30P.M. Bid Documents, Specifications, and Drawings may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at http://wWw.watermatters.org/procurement or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4133, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). The District reserves the right to reject any or all b"ids/proposals received with or without cause. Malcolm Wilson CPPO,MPA Purchasing Manager Big Ideas. Big Opportunities. 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This position requires uavel within a multi-coiUlty resioiL No provisions Pre available tluough the Department of Child and Family Studies. to reimburse applicants who must travel in order to inte"' iew for this position. MULTI-MEDIA PRODUCER -Member Services Unlnnlty AdvancemenL Responsible for producing audio, video and multimedia programming including the University Beat program on both radio and television. Duties include mixing lie radio and teleision, and recorded audio and video with professional audio I video editing software in preparation for broadcast and Web delivezy. REQUIRES: Associates degree and 1-3 years position related experience. The equivalent number of years experience may substitute for the degree requiremenL Knowledge of broadcast production, broadcast equipment operations, FCC regulations, broadcast automation, and reporting and communicating information: knowledge and skills in NexGen. Adobe Audition. CBS!, and News Boss. PREFER bachelor's degree. 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Happy Happy Father's Day, Dad KIDS We love you! Antonio and Jay'le Happy Father's Day THUG-CHILD I Happy Father's Day to all the real G's from Thug-Child and to all the ladies, I'll be home soon "Coleman Medium" Michael Washington, 427200-18 Happy Father's Day K-80 AND LIL B. J. Happy Father's Day, Daddy! Love, the #1 lady in your life, Mizz D!l! Happy Father's Day FRANKIE, TANGI, AND KE-KE Happy Father's Day We love you Father Of The Year '07' PAPO, EBONY AND JAYLA We may not be saying this every day, but we want to thank you for all you do, and for all of your thoughtful ways, and most importantly, may God bless you in a very special way today because you are a very special fcither. Love always, Ebon y and Jayla. ......... ..,A, "Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and is a very important I 1 stage in their development." i David I _Gottesman I L. ......................... Day Stuntin Like My Daddy LILBO BO AND KELA Happy Father's day to the# 1 father Oh yeah, he's here now so take it then run with it! Trust, y'all ain't seen nothing yet. Happy Father's Day SASIENNA, MICHAEL, AND SAMARIA WASHINGTON We love you daddy. From your #1 girls Sasienna and Samaria Washington. Can't Nobody Stop This Show ASHLEY AND LONG Any man can be a daddy but it takes a real mari like you to be a father. Happy 1st Father's Day, Bae Love always, your wife, Ashley. Happy Father's Day RALPH WILLIAMS, JR. I am so proud a nd blessed to have you as my dad I appreciate every thing that you have ever done for me. Thank you for your protect i on sup port, encouragement words of wis dom, faith in God and most of all love. I love you, Tr ac y Happy Father's Day RONNIE AND RONNISHA WARMACK I love you Daddy. Have a Happy Fa ther's Pay. From Nuk a Duk, A.K.A. Ronnisha. "T1 ::D 0 > c_ c: z m ...... 9' I\) 0 0 ........ 'TI r-0 lJ 6 > f/J m z m r-1 llJ c: r r-z "lJ c: llJ r- z c 'TI c


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Happy Happy Father's Day To My Fiance, Eric Richardson ERIC RIC.HARDSON SOLO I love you, daddy! Happy Father's pay TODD, ZAEQUNE, AND ANNIYA DADDY AND ME Happy Father's Day Dad. I Know Ya'll Dig Me I see we stay a topic for a lot of our fans. Grab your phone text your friend let them know Tim and his wife are in the paper again. Happy Father's Day is being sent out to my husband, Mr Timothy J. Addison. Tim I know you're going through a lot right now, but I want everyone to know that I'm going to MS. DEE DEE be here for you. We're going to get through thistogether. So, for everyone that still doesn't understand, you better let them know! Happy Father's Day, Baby. Love, y?ur wife and guardian ange l, Ms. Dee Dee and Timberlan J Addison. Day A Real Father Indeed Love, Your Super Stars MEK'HI, LA, AND YANNIKA REESESTICK Any man can love his children, but it takes a real dad to love someone elses! Wipe Me Down BIG WILLIE AND LIL WILLIE WILLIE Hey, Best Father's Day Award goes to my dad KEVIN "KEEBO" WILSON KEVIN "KEEBO" WILSON ..... .J Keebo, although it's been almost 111/2 years now, your ride is a'lmost over ., You are still the foundation of the family Your children and family loves .you. and w e will see you Sunday Happy Father's G>ay... -. Love, your sisters, Angie, Brenda, and Carl(;l. : To all the ladies and friends who wish to holla' at Keebo may write him at: Kevin Wilson, #19229-018, FCC Coleman USP 2 P 0. Box 1034, Coleman; FL 33521. R.I.P Kevin Hunter. I : 1 "Train up a child in the way he should 1 t go: and when he is -old, he will not depart from it." I !!!ill 1 Proverbs 22:6 .. ::0 c )> c.. c: z m Jl' N 0 0 """' r-0 ::0 6 )lo (/) m z :::::! z m r-1 m c: rr-z ., c: m r-c;; ,:1: m c m < m .... c: m (/) c ?< > z c ., :2 c ?< G') m ....... I C


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___ .... fA Happy Father's Day MAURICE MILLER To my life, may God bless you and keep you. Love, Matilda. I My Daddy PUN We would like to wish our daddy a Happy Father s Day. From your kids, Bobby, P-Wee, La-La, Vernecia, and Bakieria And I would like to wish my Daddy, Big Pun, a Happy Father's Day. I love you, baby, from momma, Ms. Pun I Happy Father's Day .... ;.. ...... ......... GOLDEN LAWS Happy Father's Day from Jaylin, Mary and family to a wonderful father. We love you. 0 Happy Father's : Day DADDY, BINKY AND ALEXIS First ar:'ld foremost, Happy Father's Day goes out to MDaddy." 0 0 Happy Birthday wishes_ go out to my diamond Princess, Alexis on her 5th birthday. OurDaddy 0 BIG PUN AND TRACEE JEROME SCOTT From Lillian, Greg; and Scott. Happy Father's Day 0 0 LO.NNIE, JAY, PETE, BOE, AND LIL JAY .. .... ::.. ,. I )c To: Baby daddy and his brothers. Happy Father's Day, do it how you'll do it. 0 Ms. Shonda, Ann, Boys. 0 ::D 6 c.. c: z m ... 9" N 0 0 ....., 6 ::D 6 ,.. en m z -t z m OJ c: r r-z "tJ c: aJ r-u; :X: m 0 m < m ::D < -t c: m en 0 )lo. z 0 ::D 6 ......... G) m cp 0


I' 0 0 N an-..... w z ::> .., >"' < c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( 0 CJ) w ::> t-> a: w Gj c w :I: CJ) :::::i m ::> Q. z ..J ..J ::> m ...:, w z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ..J u.. \&4 Jtay To Mr. Jerome Scott, Sr., From Johnnie Scott MR. AND MRS. JEROME (JOHNNIE} SCOTT, SR. Happy Father's Day from your family and friends, Mr Bug (Money). Happy Father's Day ZYON, ASTLEY, AND JA_NYLA Father's Day. We love you, Zyon and Janyla. I Nominate You CEO AKA C-MONEY I You've defined the true meaning of a father, you've illustrated what a real man is. You did all what was necessary to support and provide for your child and I know that's the main reason why you're doing this big. But you must know you're appreciated for all that you've done. Happy Father's Day, sweetheart. Coming from your number one. Brittini. I .. We Love You! THE MOSLEY FAMILY We would like to wish our gaddy a Happy Father's Day love, Meka and kids. CEDRIC AND I:JRITTINI I A million women may have caught your eye, but there's only one that caught your heart, but no matter how far or how long that we're apart, my love for you will never depart. So baby you don't have to worry no matter if you're at your or at your worst, I will always be by your side. I can't let you go so always know we'll have each other because when the sun shines, baby, we'll shine together. Happy Father's Day, love Brittini. ..........


D .ay ):;:} .;-;-; .: "" '" ., ::rJ 0 )> Fl c... c: z m '""' N 0 0 ...... BOOCHIE Happy Father's Day to my husband, Mr Sterling Jackson. I love you, honey, this day was made just for you Your w ife, Shooney Mrs Jackson. Happy Father's Day To Williams 0 ,. SYLVIE, KHAMILLE, AND ARYANNE, WILLIAMS Day, love Sylvie, Khamille, An_ gue, and Arryanie Williams. Father O f The vear MIK E, MICHAYLA, AND TASHIKA Happy Father's Oay, we love you doing you doing and God will do the rest. : STERLING, JOHNATHAN, DENEILIA, AND DANASIA Happy Father's Day to the world's greatest dad We love you Your kids and step kids Happy Father's Day To Mark Lowe KAMRYN .AND'JAYLA l 0 0 Happy Father's Day, love Talisa, Kamrya, and Jayla. -rrWhen I was a boy of fourteen, rri.y father was so _ignorant _I co ,ufd hardly stand have the old man But when I got. to be twent]j.:.one, I was aston- o I o,. ished''at how much ihe old man had learned in seven years." .____,. MarkTWciin ., r 0 ::rJ 6 )> tn m z -t z m r;-lll c: r r gJ z c: Ill !: tn .::J: I m .,. ( 0 m < m -t c: m tn 0 )> z 0 'T1 ::rJ 6 0' )> 0' C) m -"' '""' I 0


,.... 0 0 N an .... w z :::> '"") >= c:t: 0 a: u. 0 a: Ll. 0 z c:t: 0 C/) w :::> ..... > a: w > w 0 w :I: C/) :J m :::> c.. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m w z i= z w C/) c:t: 0 a: 0 ..J Ll. Happy Father's Day MR. AND MRS. JACKSON It's been 13 years, most of happiness, not too much of sadness. But between it all you've always been a good dad. You know I love you, but I hope you also know how much I appreciate all you do for me and the kids. So on this Father's Day, we send you love, kisses and hugs today and every day after. Happy Father's Day THE DUPREE FAMILY No matter wh a t lif e brings our w a y, no m a tter how much time goes by I will !ove you always and fore ver. Happy Father's Day. Love, your wife and kids. I "The most important thing that a E (llfather can do for his children is to I ;. love their mother." -:1 Eil iii II 11 Iii II! E C> 2 <> c a b cs !QU:: h !CPf .a Happy Father's Day SHOWN KNEELING, YOUNG MONEY, (LEFT), AND DIAMOND; STANDING, (LEFT), BERNARD AND 80. Happy Father's Day "40," JEA, AND DASHANTI Happy Father's Day, daddy, w e l ove you. K ea J ea and Dashanti THE COCHRAN FAMILY M a ny w a nt to se e us apart, but thr o ugh it a ll w e always" stand t a ll H app y Fa ther's Day Lov e, M rs Coc hran, Lil Boss, an d Baby Bos s


Happy "T1 :::D -c t.___H_a_p_p y_F_ at_h_e r_' s_D_a y_. __JI ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;T;;;;;:;;o;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;A;;;;;:;;F;;;;;:;;a;;;;;:;;b=u=l o=u=s=F=a=t h=e=r;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;; To my king, "Smokey" you are exactly perfect for me. I could not have asked God for a greater man, one who is true, strong, honorable, and loving, a man of God. c... c: z m -!.1'1 N ; ; >. '. A great father you are. The boys think the world of you, Boo You are the greatest influence in their lives. \ They have no choice but to be great men, as you are. We love you adore you, and truly admire you God could not have b les s ed us with a greater man. Happy Father's Day, Boo Love Tanya, Selwyn, Jr.; Emmanuel, and Solomon. 8'11S "SMOKEY" Und er My Umbrella MR. AND MRS. LEE TO YOU Twenty-two (22) days and a wake-up! Happy Father's Day, Bae! With all the love coming from your beautiful wife, Ms. Erica and kids: Nori, Jashe' and Lil Clayton (let's read it together "the realest"). Fans start your countdown! -; Happy Father's Day TRAPSTAR AND LIL TRAPSTAR DearDaddy, Even though you're not home, 1 still shine Hke you. Swaga tight; polo down, they say I'm looking like you. Happy Father's Day from Ul Trapstar and Ms. Dee. \ \ MR. AND MRS. BLYKE There is no corner no dark place your love cannot fill It's your devotion that keeps our family still. You've always done anything to keep our family happy And yes, you always speak to me in sweet honesty and truth So thank you my love for being there dur i ng the rain and storm. Your love was always the ultimate roof. That's why I'm gonna continue to surrender my heart to you. I love you, Smooga, and Happy Father's Day Your beautiful darling wife, Bethani! Happy Father' s Qay SHOWN FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: QUE QUE, EARVIN, LIL MAURICE, AND LIL TABpO, SEATEP, MR. JACKSON Thank you ,' Dad for all the little things you've done for us in and day out ... For all the time and patience you have for us.:. But most of all thank you for your love that makes all the difference in our lives... Happy Father's Day. "Children have more need of models than cntics." 8 ..... "T1 r 0 :::D 6 ,. en m z z m ':"' tD c: r r z c: tD r u; .::z:: m c m < m :::D' -< 2 m ,. z c "T1 :::c 'G) Joseph Jouf?ert m ft' c


...... 0 0 N 16 .,... w z :: .., >=' < 0 a: LL Stunting Like My Daddy MANI AND DONNELL ELLIS Happy Father's Day Daddy. I love you. Love, Mani. Daddy's Little Angels -TORRANCE, AAILYAH, AND TIANNA WARREN Happy 1st Father's Day. Love, your twin girls. Happy Father's Day TEE AND ALMAZ -. To the #1 man in my life, Happy Fath-er's Day. Love, your-wife, Mrs. Warren. Happy Father's Day JEFF, MARKEVIS, AND BRIANNA Happy Father's Day to the world greatest father godfather and hus band. We love you. Janice, Brianna, and all your god children. Happy Father's Day DAUGHTER, MAKESHIA AND MARK GRANT, AKA DION Polk C. I. Happy Father's Day, Happy Belated Birthday. Love, your daughter World's Greatest Dad JUSTIN AND JANAYA DUNCAN Happy Father's Day, daddy. your only, Janaya. Happy Father's Day DARRELL AND JAMES HAYES Happy Father's Day to my big brother and yes, I still have his back, his front, and side to side. Yes, I am my brother's keeper. I'm down with you until they free you. Mr. Darrell Hayes. Happy Father's Day MANNWELL AND THE FIRST LADY I couldn't forget about you, even if it's my day. I love you til "life" do us part! Also, to Ronnie, Flea, and Kareem, (without ya'll it wouldn't be possible). From Crystal, Lil Dirt, Mandi, Kyree, Kharly, Woo, and Toot. To My Love -JUSTIN AND ASHLEY Have a great Father's Day. Love, your wife. Happy Father's Day To James Hayes } _,. \ \ ... JAKIORRA AND JADORIAL To Mr James Hayes, your family loves you You're never' forgotten Happy Father's Day and a special shout out to Bobby Sherman and Willie Long. Happy Father's Day fellas, it's my 1Oth one, thanks. From Cujo. My seeds still growing. Happy Day Ernestine is one of the realest fathers there is. From Jose, Dontray, Corey, Tootise, Nigeria, and Te-Te. Run it, tell that. Happy Father's Day from the kids. I bet your baby daddy ain'tnothing like "E." Happy Father's DaX, Ms.


Happy Happy Father's Day REV. THOMAS WEEKS Happy Birthday (June 13th), and Happy Father's Day We love and appreciate you! From your family and the congregation of North Bay M issionary Baptist Church. Happy Father's Day DADDY AND DADDY'S LIL GIRL Happy Father's Day from your pretty lady. Happy Father's Day JIMMY AND DESIREE GOLDEN Happy Fathers Day to a wonderful husband, father and my best friend. Love you, Desiree and Miracle Golden. Happy Father's Day TOOT AND FRIEND Happy Father's Day, Bae. From your wife and kids. Now Wipe Us-Down FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:.RONIECE, J'RON, BIG RONALD, IMANI, RENYIA, AND LIL RONALD. -, Happy Father's Day to the world's greatest Dad. Need we say more, guess not cause this picture says it all. love, your wife and kids. "" Jl c )> z Upgrade You, What's Higher Than #1! "TEE" God was good when He sent you ... Happy Father's Day, Bae ... From Ms. Val. Happ_y Father's Day MR. AND MRS. DARRYL HAYES To my only true love, a real father', a real man and husband. 15 years still we stand united. Happy Father's Day to the Teddy Bear, Mr. Darrell Hayes, Sr., from your wife, Mrs. )'olonda Hayes and your kids, Judon, Satoya, and Miriam. Love Never Felt So Good ... MS. VAL AND TWAN I'm all in everyday 365,. until I'm gone ... ya dig ... m ...I. ,!J'I 1\) 0 0 ..... "" r-0 Jl c )> en m z :j z m r;m c: r r-z '"D c: m !: en :I: .m c m < m Jl < ..... c: m en c > z c "" Jl c


,..... 0 0 N Happy Day It) .... w z ::> ""') c a: LL c a: LL c z < c f/) lU ::> > a: w > w c w l: f/) :J m ::> D.. z p:: w ..J ..J ::> m I ..J w z t= z w f/) <( c -a: 0 ..J u. 0 u, .... The Best It's still Will's Trina. People now swallow the truth and belch reality How does it taste. Business. BIG WILL From The Crew ... "TWAN" Happy belated birthday Ms. Val and Happy Father's Day, Twan. You're the greatest daddy, step dad, and granddad. From the crew: Lil Jay, Ms. Ms. Neal, Ms. Jona, Ms. Slim R.O.C., T a., Li Bozzom, and Lil Rod. 1 Fresh From The Bahamas ''i ,. :i' .... MS. VANDTEE ..w c:J No need for words. This picture speaks .' .. -Happy Father's Day REV. L. C. BLACK You are one in a million and every day we thank God for you. From Dontae and your wife, Shirley. ................. ,... .......... ...._..,. "I've had a hard but my hardships are a nothing against the I : hardships that my I father went through in order to get me to where I star.ted." I BartrandHubbard I ......... ..a.. .... Happy Father's Day NICHOL AND ROBERT Hey, Baby it's me! And I'm just letting you know thanks for being a great dad to my kids for almost 2 years, and I love you more and more everyday Nichol H. loves Robert T Happy Father's Day THE HERNANDEZ --ANTON (SON), ANTOINE, (FATHER) TYRON (SON), AND AQUARIUS (GRANDSON) Love, your family.


_-Qappy. .. : -': ... .. .: .:..:. Happy Father's Day The Moore Boys GARY BLACK, RUFUS, RABBIT RED, MELVIN, AND J.D. Happy Happy .Day Father's Day LEE ROY WYNN Honey, God ca lled you home on. Novernbe r 18, 2006 W e miss you and love you always Wife, and grands Father's Day Memo-riam ... BIG KEITH WishinQ my physical and spiritual soul a Happy Father's Day. .-. LOve, your wife, Breanna and 1he kidZ. ED MICHAEL SHAW It's only been o n e month and 31/2 weeks since you'Ve been gone You tried to prepare us for this. 'You told us to stay strong. w e pray and ask God to help us everyday! He sent you as our guardian angel'to walk us hand by hand, step by step always. Daddy you're the strongest man w e : kn()w You battled with cancer for; 111/2 years, you took ifto the door! If that's not being strong what do you call that? Shaw Dog's the man : y eah you can bet that! W e miss you daddy, but we'll see you again. Just because you depart ed that doesn't mean it's the end. W a lk around heaven until w e meet again. We love you, daddy! From your four kids, grands, and devoted wife. Happy -To leon Drew, Harry McDowell, Gregory Fields, and Freddie Bell. Fro m your family ; .. .: Happy Father's Day BENJAMIN F. DAVIS : Father BENJAMIN H. DAVIS Brother Gone but not forgotten. Love, your daughter, and sister, Martha A. Reynolds. _Happy Day WATSON, SR It's been one year s ince you've been gone, but it seems like yester day Loving you always / your kids, grandkids, and family JOSEPH CHAPMAN, 4122120 --. <. 1 From your wife and children. : In Loving Memory HARRISON CLAYTON, JR. In loving memory of Harrison Clayton, H-appy Father' s Day Dadde. we miss you; you wife, kids, and grandkids. In Loving Mem9ry WALTER THOMAS, SR 1966 --2007 ( We celebrate .you! A beloved hus band and father : We miss you Katonya, Walter, Jr., Kristoffer : Kianya, and Marlin ., lJ c c.. c: z m _. !"' N 8 """ ., r-0 lJ i5 > t/) m z m r;a:J c: r r-z c: a:J r-(i) :C m c m < m lJ -< .... c: m t/) c > z c ., ::D i5


,..... 0 0 N u; ..-w z ::l .., >=" < c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c CJ) w ::l ... > a: w > w c w ::1: CJ) :J Ill ::l ll. z t:i ...J ...J ::l Ill ...!J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J u.. In Happy Father's Day To Our Father, Love Always PREDENT MOORE Happy Father's Day SYLVESTER GILBERT We miss you! We are always think ing of you. Love always, Rosales. In Memoriam DEACON JAMES P. WILLIAMS Happy Father's Day In loving memory of my dad. It's been 21/2 years since God chose you to be in heaven -with Him. We love you and always will. Sadly missed by your daughter, wife, grandchildren, and son-in-law. God bless. Me111ory Happy Father's Day EUGENE HERNANDEZ We miss you and love you each and every day. Your children and family. Remembering You On Father's Day ROBERT GORDON, Ill (FELLA) Our hearts are still empty with the loss of you. Thinking of you on this very special day We love you and miss you, wife, Tammy, and sons, Tyrell and Rashard. Father's Day Memoriam ALEXANDER PENNY Happy Birthday and Happy Father's Day to Alexander Penny, who was born on 6/1211926. A good and excellent father that we miss and love very much. We are always thinking about you. You're missed by sons and daughters, grandchildren, and great grands, and other family members and friends. We love you. I Father's Day Memoriam LARRY REED To the very best husband, father, granddad, and in-laws. Papa, We are confident knowing you are a servant absent from body, but now pre sent with the Lord. On December 5, 2005, at 3:10p.m., you held your arm out of bed, reaching your arm out for angels coming for you. Then you left us, a good man gone. Your wife, family, and friends. In Memory In memory of my_ father, Freddie, and brother, Anthony Caldwell on Father's Day. Happy Father's Day rROGER E. TOLIVER August 9, 1963 to February 28, 2007 Happy Father's Day to the greatest father ever who will be missed dearly. If we had a chance to get another father just like you, it wouldn"t be the same because it wouldn't be you. So on this Father's Day, I know you are shining down over your family When God called you, you had to go so suddenly, so fast. No matter what the people say, we are going to love you anyway. Our dreams are still our dreams. Life isn't the same. The bond that links your true family is not just of blood, but of respect and joy in each life. Love, Ernestine and children. A Father's Day Memoriam THEODORE 0. BRYANT Sunset November, 13, 2006 "Pops" on our first Father's Day without you, we take the time to turn our thoughts to how you strived so hard from day to day and never complained, with steady hands, you worked hard and kept the family name. We remember how you were always there, no matter what the weather, always strong when things went wrong you with mom held our lives together. Your sharing, caring, and teaching the "boys" to be real men leaves a lasting impression in our hearts. Love, the Bryants: Carl, Edward, and Uonel.


JJ 0 '> !>-< In Me111ory Of Dad JERRY GREEN Sunrise: November 16, 1943 Sunset: June 18, 2006 It's been one year since the Lord took you home, but time cannot take away the love that we treasure in our hearts Love Carolyn and the Green Family Remembering vou On Fa_ ther's Day CHARLES WILLIAMS There is not a day that goes by I don't think about you. I shed a tear that you didn't have much time here. But one thing is you were always a great dad We will never let Chamera forget you. If you ask her where he daddy is she says, aHe's in heaven. Happy Father's Day, Charles. Love mom and family r ................................. "It doesn't matter who iny father was; it matters who I remember he was." Ann J Sexton I I I L. ........................................ Missing You On Father's Day IVON "HOLIDAY" WARREN 12-8-87 to 1 0-22-06 Words will never express the pain we feel since you've been gone. We love you, but God loves you best. Your mother, brothers, children, cousins, and friends. Happy Father's Day, Charlie CHARLES WILLIAMS There's not a minute that goes by that we don't think about you. Your memories will forever linger in _ciu.r hearts. Love always, Porscha and Chamera. Happy Father's Day MR. GEORGE GOLDEN May 5, 1920 -June 29, 2001 It's time again to honor fathers and if you were here we would shower you with our gifts to show you how much we love you and appreciate you. But by trusting in Jesus Christ, alone for eternal life, you have received the greatest g.ift of all --. Missing you still; Willie Bell Golden and Family Daddy Ric h $$ RICHARD It's been two years since you have left in flesh, but you have always been in our hearts. Love, your daughters, Korissa, Kerria Shakena, $hanita, Rhea, Ra'Kayla, and family. Father's Day Memoriam We miss you very much. Love always and forever, Cece i lia Deonta Dontae and DeVont Davis MR. MARVIN McKINLEY WARREN 9/1/62 to 12107/02 -c.. DEACON HENSE WILLIAMS Sunrise: 8/20/32 Sunset: 1214/03 Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent is one we loved to hear Too far away fpr sight or speech, but not too far for thoughts to reach. Sweet memories for the one once here though absent is just as dear. We love and miss you. From your loving wife, Annie Bell Williams, children, grand children, and great grandchildren. Happy Father's Day And Birthday ROBERT LEE DOUGLAS .. Sunrise: June 24, 1924 Sunset: July 5, 1997 From your wife, Betty Douglas, and grandchildren. The Brandon; D6uglas, and Taylor, Families. Remembering You On .Father's Day CLARENCE CARSWELL June 16th In our eyesight you may be gone, but in our heart we carry you strong. Happy Birthday and Father's Day Sadly by: wife Frances Carswell, your children, grand and great grandchildren. In Memory Of You Daddy you w ill always be in our-hearts and will always remember how great of a father you were I know that you are our guardian angel and you are watching over us. So, until it's time for God to call us home, we are going to continue to keep you in our hearts and know that one day we will see you again Happy Father's Day. Love, Kashay Minqui, and Will. WILLIE JAMES NATIEL, SR. 1930 --2006 c z m ., r-0 :::D 6 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c rr z -r/ c aJ c (J) :t m c m < m :::D -< -f c m en c )> z c ., :::D c


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