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Celebrating 62 Years In The Ta eeting Organized -FOechSeMces Pare ts Of u der v ctims SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 DA GraniTo Tackle HIV/STDs SEE PAGE 2 School Times To Change In Fall SEE PAGE 2 Events In Parks Being Shutdown SEE PAGE. 7 lien Sought ;, In Shooting SEE PAGE 23 WISDOM TEA FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUTES Christina Tyler, seated, graduated a few weeks ago from Vivian Gaither High School. Her choice of college is Howard University, where she plans to study Business and Marketing. To insure a safe and knowledgeable send-off, Christina's parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank (Eva) Tyler, standing, hosted a Tea in her honor. Family and friends dressed In their best tea attire attended the tea to share words of wisdom with Christina. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)

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,.. 0 0 N rD N w z = '"") >-"' <( c (/) w ::: 1-' > <( c ct u. c c (/) w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::::; CD ::: a. z ::: CD .:. w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 u. ('I Commissioner White Spearheads Changes In Vehicle Towing Polley Thanks to the strong advocacy of County Commissioner Kevin White, an ordinance was revised and unanimously approved Wednesday that will put an end to rouge towing. The revised ordinance will now require tow truck operators to get the written approval of a manager before they can remove cars from bar and restaurant parking lots. Prior to the revised ordinance, 'two truck operators were allowed to tow any vehicle left in a wet-zoned businesses' parking lot after closing. Several area bars and restaurants have towing companies remove cars parked overnight. However, now a manager will have to request that a vehicle be towed and then sign a form. "I think this will add accountability to the towing process, said Comm. White. "People getting their cars towed were complaining and calling the businesses. A lot of people too intoxicated to driYe would leave their cars in the parking and lot and the cars would be impounded. I don't think it's fair to penalize respon-sible drivers.,. Comm. White said the rogue towing problem is very serious, but not tliat bad in wet zoning areas. COMM. KEVIN WHITE puts an end to rogue towing. "The tow drivers ride around during the early morning hours after the businesses close, looking for apparent abandoned vehicles. That's how they earn their money. The changes will take effect when bars and restaurants apply or renew their permits for wet zoning. Comm. White expects all county businesses to be operating under the new rules by the end of the year. "Now, people will feel comfortable patronizing businesses. The impounded occurs more at establishments frequented by Blacks and Hispanics. Comm. White said the revised ordinance also extends to malls where there are bars and restaurants. Historical Advisory Council To Meet The Hillsborough County Historical Advisory Council will meet Wednesday, June 27 at 4:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Tampa Bay History Center, 225 South Franklin Street in down town Tampa. For more information, please contact Albert Coleman, Management & Budget Department Contracts Manager, at 2733740. Semi.._. To Become U. 8. Citizen Plar.-.cl H'tllsborough County Public Schools Deparbnent of Adult and Community \lcation has planned a seminar on Citizenship to take place on Wednesday, June 27th, from 5:30 to 8:30p.m., at the Children's Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenue. For more caJI (813) 2'76-5654. t Attorney Eric T. Taylor CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 Former Aut. Attorney General ror Florida Former Hillsborough County Pro!ll!cutor W The hiring of a lawyer 1111 im.(X!l1at1t deciRion that should not be based 110lcly upon CJ adveriliiemenbi Before you decicde, Mk WI to I!CIId you fnle written information Hhout rf. nut 1111d experience. FEATURES Parents Of Children In Unsolved Murders To Unite Ms. Lucy Mills maintains her faith and belief that the person who killed her grandson, Cedric Mills, will be brought to justice. She also understands it will take com munity involvement to make it happen. "I know I'm not alone in this battle. There are a lot of par ents and family members out there who have lost children and the people responsible are still running free." On Friday at 11 a.m. in front of the GQ Store at 2525 East HiOsborough Avenue, Ms. Mills will be spearheading a meeting to help stop violence and bring special recognition to the families who continue to suffer because of unsolved murders. "This is not just for CJ, this is for all of the grieving families seeking closure. This is VIVIAN HEYWARD organized Friday's event. for all the parents who know what their children have done, and won't step forward to turn them in." Ms. Mills said parents who have turned their children in also deserve special recogni tion. "I know it was hard, but I'm thankful. Our children have to know they will be held accountable for what they do, and what they've done is wrong. The parents who have stepped up and turned their children in are special parents." Ms. Mills said she hopes all parents and loved ones, including families from St. Petersburg will attend. "All we have left is our faith and resolve." Ms. Mills said she owes special thanks to Vivian Heyward, who organized this event and other events to help families deal with the loss of their children to violence and the people responsible still on the loose. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (81.3) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentine(.com. DACCO Grant To Focus On Sexual Disease Prevention BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer DACCO (Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Agency) is entering the second year of an annual $135,000 grant award by the centers for Disease Control and Prevention to bring "Community Promise to Tampa. "Community Promise" is a 3-year program designed to pro mote progress toward consistent HIV prevention through community mobilization. The program focuses on prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases in com munities at risk. The "Promise" is an acronym for Peers Reaching Out and Modeling Intervention Strategies. DACCO Director For Grants and Resources, Ronnie Crescentlnl, said they are using a model program called "Closing The Gap" with the Hillsborough County designa tion of"Community Promise." "'We want to provide information sharing and support to everyone at-risk in a particular target area. We want them all to know they can still have a life." The program is implemented through needs assessments determined by zip codes in areas known to have existing II IV "We work together with the Department of Health to determine what areas need to be given these outreach services," said Ms. Crescentinl. "We have to let them know there is hope through literature and direct contact with those affected with HIV." Ms: Crescentlnl said through town hall meetings, flyers and word of mouth, as well as treatment providers spreading the word, people are informed of the program. Sonya Bufe, Assistant Director For Community Intervention, said their goal is to have 10 peer advocates by the end of the month. They cur rently have 8. we are targeting African Americans and heterosexuals in zip code area5 336o2, 336o3, 33604, 33605, 33607, and 33610. Those areas were selected because according to the Department of Health, the highest number of reported cases have come from those areas. 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\ FEATURES -c: m en Busing Issues Behind School Start Time Change BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter classes will end at 4:15 p.m., (7:35 a.m.), and end at 2:50 adding 30 minutes to their p.m., which is 20 minutes day. When school begins in the Students attending fall "for the students in Bartels, Benito, Buchanan, Hillsborough County, the Burns, Davidsen, Farnell, beginning and ending of the Giunta, Hill, Liberty, Mann, school day will change. Martinez, Rodgers, Shields, School officials said busing Sligh, and Walker will begin issues prompted the 15 minutes earlier than in changes. the past, but will dismiss the According to Stephen normal time at 4:15p.m. Hegarty, spokesman for Middle schools whose 9 the Hillsborough County a.m, start time remains School District, middle unchanged, but who will school students will be most dismiss 15 minutes later are: affected by the changes. Madison, McLane, "The changes will result in more instructional time for Memorial, Tomlin, and Van some students. It will also Buren. They will dismist; at benefit students by adding 4:15 p.m., adding 15 minadditional minutes to utes to the end of their day. change classes." Ferrell, Franklin, Orange Students attending Grove, Progress Village, Adams, Burnett, Coleman, Rampello, Stewart, Greco, Monroe, and Wilson Williams, and Young will all will begin at 9 a.m., and begin 5 minutes earlier, later than in the past. Dowdell will begin 5 minutes earlier at 7:40 a.m., and end at 2:50p.m. Mulrennan, Pierce, and Randall will begin at 9 a.m., and end at 4:15, which is 10 minutes later in the day. Turkey Creek will add twenty minutes to its day ending at 4:15 p.m., instead of 3:55p.m. Most of the elementary schools will begin at 8 a.m., or 8:05 a.m., and dismiss at 2:15 or 2:20, respectively. The high schools will begin about 5 minutes earli er and dismiss around 2:50 p.m. Hegarty also stated that the changes in time may also be used to add a few minutes to lunch times. Woman Who Abandoned Newborn Alley To Stand Trial Mary Louise Doe, charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child, has been deemed mentally com petent to stand trial. On Monday, Doe's public defender said mental health experts determined she understands the charge against her and can aid in tier defense. Tampa Police arrested Doe after an investigation revealed she delivered a baby in an alley and left it to die in May2oo6. Doe's mother and daugh ter had noticed her stomach was flat despite being 9-months pregnant. After they MARY LOUISE DOE . found competent to stand trial in death of newbom left in alleyway. 1114' haru, nr" I:1Wytr M . irurnrt:ull dt'l'l\ittl :IIIII hnl h.t-nl .. ,,,,y urnn n,rnrl' ynu dnklt. Mk IM tn tfiN ynu rr .. """"''' ihrnnnttr .1hnut ''"' nud ,.,,,,ttu .. t. confronted her, she told them about giving birth. Doe's mother and daughter told police about the newborn's body that had been left in an alley behind a West Tampa bar. Doe, 42, allegedly told police she had been smoking crack cocaine two days earlier when she gave birth. up port The Florida Sentinel Advertisers O b Call TOIIV TD See lOW You can let Your .crelllt IICIOnTracl Mendon Thlllll Te lllctlvll $125 Discount In The Month 01 J -, une 18131 884-6082 Summer Program. Keeps Students Busy; Openings c c.. c: z m N $1) N 0 JEANETIE BRADLEY Director, Life Coach What We Could Be, Inc. BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter A Tampa-based educational program is making sure students have a productive summer. Roughly 25 students are currently enrolled in the What We Could Be (WWCB) Classroom Summer Session. The elementary and middle school students are attending online classes for credit to get a jump on the upcom ing school year, and high school students are taking courses in Honors Geometry, Algebra, AP Macro-Economics among other subjects. The program caters specif ically to minority students between the ages of 7-17 years old. "Children and teens of color, regardless of age, crave this high level of attention to detail in their lives. o ...., This is true even when it comes to the coaches correcting poor speech or inappropriate behaviors," said Jeanette Bradley, the head coach and director o.f WWCB. "Once the relation ship between coach and participant is established and they understand the process, they welcome it." The summer program is still accepting students. The WWCB Classroom Summer Session opened on June 1st, and will end on Friday, August 31st, two weeks after participants are back in school. Bradley says the summer program will also includes a variety of enrich-;!! ment programs including 0 team sports and an introduc. tion to violin, American Sign > Language and Public Speaking. z "We want to help our stu-dents take their raw, natural talents and help them maxi-r;mize their potential," said Bradley. "We encourage J: them to begin working on !!J who they become some-z day right now, rather than ., waiting until later." ; The summer program is C open to participants Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m., and they m are still accepting new stu-dents. For more informa-:u tion, please contact Jeanette Bradley at (813) 841-8631. en c WAll liE DAWSON ,.. z c ,.. :u < CIIMINAL LAW 221 1467-Tm.-Park Plaz @ Nebrskll Ave. & Scott St. Mlrtn ntataw'tl'r an lllllllmntOtd\ton 111.11 !i.hiilll Nil Rr Stlrfl ''"'" l*rrt!'.t.,rnr, Rrre r 1 Yn h Y11 F111e lllrtr o ..

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..... 0 0 C\1 EDITORIALS I COLUMNS cD C\1 w z ::J ..., FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 2111 Avenue Tampa Flonda 33005 (813} 248192 1 Pubklhed E..,.,-y and Fttdlly By FLORIOA SENnNEL BULLEnN PUBLISHING Co MimbOI' o1 National N-Pul>lloho" Auoctallon (NNPA) and Am-'gamated Publishers Inc New Yo,., C 1990 94 CP >=' < C To. C/) P O Boa 3383 Tampa, FL :ll801 W Ponodlcal Poalago Pad,.. Tampa. fL ::J .... W W .A-1174-1131 (ltlt) C. BIJ1he And,.. 1101 1tn Founderl C. BL Yn!E ANDREWS, JR, CHAIRIIAN S. KAY ANDREWS. PUBUSHER C. BLYTH ANOREWS Ill, PRESIDENT.ICOHTROUER GWEN HAYES. EOITOR 11ETTY OAWKIHS, AIIVIRnSIMCI OIRI!CTOR KEnH GI!ORQE, CIRCULATION OIRECTOR Yeu Botti Ecllions : .._ $87.QO-Per Year One Edilion ...... donol--'\' raloct.,. __ ., --S4nllnoiBullatlnO< ... l'leWW A Conspiracy To Close FAMUI .. T. his is what The Southern of Colleges and School says, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) has been found guilty of not maintaining a Board of Directors, would be an active policy-making body for the institUtion and would have a: been ultimately responsible for ensuring the instiLL tution 's financial stability and educational According to the 77-mcmbcr < Commission of Colleges, which accredits colleges and universities throughout the Southeast, F AMU has been found lacking in the soundness of its W "financial base and financial stability." It does not ::J t-have nearly enough "qualified administrative and ii: academic officers." It lacks, "recent financial histow ry, which would demonstrate financial stability." It > w is without proper "profile information on an annu-C al basis and other measures of financial health, as w J: requested-forthwith." Financial audits have not been forthcoming. "Appropriate control over all its m financial resources" is woefully lacking. Furthermore, FAMU does not "exercise control z over outside funds and sponsored research and tij other programs." Physical resources arc squan ::: dered. And finally, the institution is not "in compli::J ance with its program responsibilities under Title m ...!. IV of the 1998 Higher Education Amendments." w That's what the Southern Association of Colleges z t= and Schools says. Z However, history says, "FAMU offers 62 bachc-w CJ) lor's degrees in 103 m.Vors and tracks; confers 36 < master's degrees with 56 m.Vors and tracks; proc a: vides two professional degrees and a total of 11 0 Ph.D. degrees. Most recently, FAMU has become _, LL the #1 college in the nation for African-Americans, according to Black Enterprise magazine's. Train Americans To Fill Jobs At Homel about supply and demand. When it comes finding and keeping a job in America, busiesses are reportedly having a hard time finding workers to meet demands to fill job open-ings. Indeed, a report issued on Sunday by an eco nomic consulting firm stated that nearly 70% of American businesses are admitting difficulty. So, if you've had trouble finding a job, this may be why. Either you're looking in the wrong place, you don't have the proper training, you have the wrong job skills or maybe you nee d to he working for yourw self. Howe v e r what p erple x e s u s i s why there appears to h e such. a major and critical disconnect .Just Trim The Fatl T ?' has b een the concerns o f budget cu t s t h roughout th e state. Go vernor Charlie Crist wants to provide prop e r ty tax relief to homeown e rs. H e recently signed i n t o law a bill that would acco m plish this go al. Registered voters will have an opportu nity to vote o n another portion of the bill in January during the Presidential Primary. The proposed tax cuts has resulted in an ocean of cries from officials They promis e if forced to trim thl'ir budgets, the public is going to suffer. They feel response time for emergency calls will b e slower, and a litany of horro r s would befall John Q. Citizen. This may be true f o r fire d e partments because the majority of their personnel are answering calls. The Tampa Fi r e Departmen t has about 6oo sworn firemen Less than 20 o f those are a c t u a ll y in an adminis t rativ e position. Any cuts there would certainly affect the public It would be difficult to eliminate many positions there. The Tampa Police Department has a roster of nearly 1,000 sworn po l ice officers But the street offi cers --sergeants and below actually respond to calls for assistance. By LEON CREWS The others are in admin istrativ e positions, ranging from lieutenants to the c hi e f These indi viduals are s w orn police o fficers, but their duties are of an a d minist r a ti ve natu r e As a ge n eral rul e go vern mental agencies are extremely t o p heavy. T h e fact o f th e matter is the re a re just to o many overseers. So, the quest to c u t fat sh o uld begin a t the top. The budget crisis provides the perfect opportunity to review job titles and actual descrip tions After all, the number of pol i ce officers and firemen needed is based on the population --not revenue received from property taxes. Maybe, Desegregation Wasn't Such A Good Idea S ince schools in Hillsborough County were desegregated in 1970, the educational system has been a mtss. The ide a o f d esegrtgation was to create an equal learn ing environment for all students, regardless of race, creed, or religion. However, some felt to accomplish that, the entire system needed to be retrofitted, starting with pre dominately Black schools. The result of that retrofitting is schools being graded poorly. I've never felt where a school was or who attended it had anything to do with ones ability to learn I think the entire system has become so political, and creat-ed so many barriers, it almost imites failure. So far, it has successfully discouraged many from even trying, a s dropout rate s soar, and c rim e statistics rise l\ forc and more schools have become segregated by the School Choice option. It also doesn't help that fewer college graduates are opting for careers as educa tors. The pay isn't adequate, and the rewards are few. When the Florida Lotto was created, it was hoped that those funds would guarantee a successfu l school s ystem in Florida But with more and more of those funds being diverted, schools find them-. selves struggling. Schools are overcrowded, and the answer seems to be to build more schools But with school choice and other f ac tors th e students that will fill tho se school s will create an even more segregated school system as those schools are mostly being constructed in rural areas or near new subdi visions The concept of tion was sound, but the appli cation was flawed. It was not thought out in its application, and the system remains imbalanced when it comes to Africa n American students. To repair this debacle, there must be an overview of the entire ed u cational system. between America's corporate and Industrial Job skiDs needs, and our system of education and vocational-technical tralnina. No doubt, you would qree that something is woefully wrong when the of companies in the p-eatest country in the world are having such a dlftleult time ftndina qualified American workers to fill job quotas. In response, companies are outsourdna Jobs over-seas while hiring more skilled immiJrant workers. And too often, Black Americans are on the losing end of the unskilledJob market, and are therefore least likely to be able to compete with skilled workers, here and elsewhere. Consequently, we urge our readers who may be looking for employment, to seek technical training, and jobs In occupations with the greatest demand and the largest projected growth. Indeed, "FIND A NICHE AND FILL IT!" W e als o urge our education and training institutions to work closer with corporations in orde r to close the gap b etween supply-andd emand a s it pertains t o available jobs and' skilled wor k e r s In othe r words, w e need to keep Americans working IN AMERIC A!

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COLUMNS The Sole-Man Speaks Another Vievv -4 c: m en 0 By RANDOLPH KINSEY A Summer Vacation Trageclyl CDCs And Overlay Committees Are Needed c.. c: z m 1\) sn 1\) 0 0 ....... S chool is over, but the agohy persists! Just ask Barbara Heggaton. She'll paint you a story that will sour your morning coffee. Barbara Heggaton is a teacher, or she WAS a teacher. But sources say that's changed, now. Pasco County School Board mem bers have made certain that this woman, who by the way was named "Teacher of the Year" at Moon Lake Elementary School for 2004-2005, will never enter a classroom again, at least not, in Pasco County! What did she DO? What do you MEAN? What did she do?! She BROKE the LAW ... that's what she did! In an act that must be measured could anywhere else, in the Continental United ;,,,community DevelopOverlay districts provide back into communities, pay States! ment Corporations citizens with the opportuniexpenses and pay staff. The FCAT is a stowaway from (CDC) and Overlay ty to express their opinions state use to fund CDCs, but the Jeb Bush Administra-Committees are needed on what they want and don't like a lot of other things the tion. As such, it would be organizations. They are want in their communities. state once funded, they no good if newly-elected Gov. especially needed in East These meetings are held in longer fund CDCs. Charlie Crist might con-Tampa and West Tampa. the community, people who CDCs are legal organiza-These two communities don't want to go to city hall, tions that exist statewide. sider sending the FCAT have been forgotten for ages will come to these commu-They are recognized by state packing along behind the b y both the government and nity meetings. governments, federal govBush Administration who developers. Developers and govern-ernments, the mayor of brought it here! -In spite of all kinds of ments have a history of Tampa and everybody else, In the meantime, FCAT promises, that fact remains putting things that nobody except City Council. lurks like an academic vamtr'Je today. CDCs have been else wants in predominantly I wonder how many of pire, flapping its wings in the directly involved, or indi-Black and mostly depressed them know what a CDC is, belfries and attics of tradi-rectly involved in the little communities. Overlay dis-and how they work. City tiona I school systems. bit that has taken place. tricts are an attempt to stop Council singled out the West ;n Frightening untold thou-CDCs provided a valuable this. Tampa CDC, which has had 0 sands of school children, and service to the communities Neither CDCs nor Overlay an excellent working rela-:u drinking the blood of hun-in which they are involved. Committees should bribe, tionship with the current dreds of teachers and They provide job training extort or pressure developadministration_ m skills, help to develop busi-ers for money. Developers The West Tampa CDC and z administrators. Also turning -1 ness plans, recruit business-should be encouraged to the Overlay districts have -z them into vampires and es into the area, provide jobs invest in neighborhoods, been above board, and in m Frankenstein monsters r and provide opportunities and into non-profit commu-the open. City Council per-m who become more interested for neighborhoods to work nity development corpora-sons should not cast a dark c in the FCAT mechanics than t th r th ood f th t" h d h r definitivcly ,and descriptiveoge er Or e g o e 1ons. s a ow on t ese orgamza-r ly, Heggaton was they are interested in the community. Money given to CDCs go tions. !!l .. student's minds! z caught red-handed rewordSch 1 1 bel d f . . oo s are a e un aJr"t...: .... mg questions whJle proctor 1 II d' . A d Th Th W 1 1$ C : . .. y an< ost to me Ia tntena n at a. e. ay t OJ FU\T Flf!!_da . )' he and school!'_: the s.pen lopping off their admitted doing so in order heads then asking questions -< -4 to "help three special educahlter! Indeed, for every glow-T lvne .:vu-..\.s kno.-., il .s al.-.ca}:; "bubble" and we don t tion third graders because ing FCAT success, soo failflict since the begin-about something. In the launchourselvestoofarfrom UJ she wanted the experience to ures fester in the closet. ning of man. For case of Darfur, competition its pad. Did you know that be, (and these are HER That means the story of God created the universe for between Arab and African the average American lives, ,.. WORDS) as comfortable for Barbara Heggaton is only His benefit as did He in His tribal groups over the scarce shops, works, and plays d h f ll creation of Man. Befittingly, primary resources in Darfur-within. a five to ten mile "" them as Possl .ble." HAH'.'' once anec ote t at e in His creation of both man arable land and water." radius from his or her borne? through the cracks of an -INDEED, SHE SHOULD and time (and certainly not The crisis in Darfur began Yes, we are true creatures of 6 institutional silence created -BURN FOR THAT!!! And burn she shall!! Even though Pasco Board members have admitted they were torn by their decision to decapitate the career of one of their brightest, most accomplished teachers, they feel they had no choice because... well, just BECAUSE! And in order to validate their ambiguity of intent, the Board members of Heggaton's peers (so-tospeak) not only went after her job, but set in motion the mechanism to destroy her teacher's certificate. That of course, would mean this brilliant teacher whose light no doubt sparked the imagi nation of scores of children, in that order!), God fash-long before 1983. Since habit. by embarrassment, political ioned a place of order and then, however, "it has over Nonetheless, not since the tomfoolery and outright discipline. However, in all the past three years precipiAfrican Diaspora (slave voyarrogance! His glory, He knew what He tated the first great episode ages from the continent of Yes, Barbara Heggaton had done. of genocidal destruction in Africa to the Americas has may never teach again. But it Since the creation of Man, the 21st The victims is we who must pay the ultithere has been countless civil are the non-Arab or African there been such ca t as t ro p h i c mate price! And until we and world wars throughout tribalgroupsofDarfur. lossoflife. answer the questions of nations and villages of peoHere, in America, we afford "World whether or not we choose to pie, none more sinful than ourselves great luxury when and other humani-trade stupidity for security, the other to Him. For man it comes to food, shelter, tarian it-has and whether or not we're was not created to war clothing and water: the basic been suggested that well willing to see our children against each other, but to necessities of life. We ride over 400,00 0 p eople h twe and teachers ground up by show compassion and love around in our fine vehicles died a ll (:ause s ... nnd What We know to have been a for one another. and many of us go home to h 1 1 t at tota rnorta ity m a y In his advent toward our families and family pets. quasi-political, get-rich eventually ex"'eed thnt of power, Man has left destruc-Then, we call it a day! "' scheme, the FCAT will con-R d tion after genocide, famine Except for the morning and wan am 1994 tinue to be a tiger at our R be 1 after disease and violence evening news are we rarely emem r one 0\'e, on.e throats! And when the last b d h after death. Where did it all influenced by anything else? o y, one C rist? Peace Be good teacher has left the begin? We live in our convenient Unto You. classroom, don't worry about summer vacation ... because it's going to he long and HOT! -, .,, ;J .,.... .... k i., I m VI

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c u: u. c z ct c {/) w :::: 1-w > w c w % {/) ::::; m :::: CL z tu ..J ..J :::: m ...J w z t= z w {/) it 0 ..J u. .. ..... ALL ABOUT YOU! EBONY We all would like to give Ms. Ebony, a.k.a., Ms. Thickumz, a big birthday shot out! Ebony will be turning the big "30" o n June 27 Happy Birthday GATOR And MAME To my fiance, I love you. See you soon. Get It Ms. Thlckumz EBONY From your home girls: Marua, Katrina, Chelsa, Marie E and Mz. Maxine. We love you! You Can Stand Under My Umbrella GATORAndMAME Go on and let the rain pour, I'll be all you need and more! The Florida Sentinel's 'Spotlight On Me' Is PuHing The "Spotlight On Kids Call Us At (813) 850-1484 For More I nfo : 92 Years Young MRS. BEATRICE T. OLIVER On June 28th, Mrs. Beatrice T Oliver will celebrate her 92nd birthday. The entire family and wish her the best in health, most abundant wealth and most of all, God's generous blessings, now and forever. Love always, your family! KING DUCK Happy birthday K ing Duck at Ernie Cal's Place Thanks to Skipper, Will and Hardy. Will: "Pass him, Skip." Skip: "I am trying to get him." Hardy: "Let me get him." Pop: "Sons, you all must get him." P S The 'white towel' has been thrown in! CAROLYN And THIRD Bae, I know that we have had some rough and difficult times, but through it all our love remains strong. As we stand before God and exchange our vows I want you to know that I love you. Having you as my husband is more than I prayed for and I know that our marriage will last as, long as we continue to look towards the Lord for our strength. "What God has put together, no man shall tear apart. .. I love you, Baby. 10% OFF t ; \11(1/Y \1\t; .... Of>EN 7 D" YS 7AMT08PM '(813) 516 7470 -'"....... ... ,. ...

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LOCAL Silent Praize To Celebrate 1Oth Anniversary 2nd Samuel 6:14 "David danced before the Lord with all his might." Dancing since 1997, Silent Praize has been on a move for God! Behind the mask lies an anointed young woman of God by the name of Shauna Greene. She is the daughter of Pastor and Sis. Anthony Greene; First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gard.ens. When Shauna Greene paints her face white, Silent Praize comes alive and is ready to reenact the role of King David, as he did in the Bible. Silent Praize believes in giving God her all; as she offers her body as a living sacrifice unto Him. SILENT PRAIZE Silent Praize had her first opportunity to minister at her father's Pastoral Anniversary banquet in 1997. It was then, the Lord revealed the birthing of a new anointing that He had placed uron her life. In 1998, Silent Praize won a 1s place trophy in a Talent Show at St. John Cathedral in Tampa. She danced at the St. Pete Times Forum in front of more than 15,000 people in attendance at the National Baptist Convention. In 2006, Silent Praize had an opportunity to partake in a major play in Tampa called, "DNA Says, You Are not the Father," written and produced by Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks. As she began to dance, the Holy Ghost took over leaving her with a standing ovation that is still talked about to this day. Tampa. Silent Praize was contacted to minister at a private CD release party for the CD entitled, "A Time of Refreshing." Another more popular and recent opportu nity was June 2, 2007. Silent Praize had the opportunity to minister with Pastor Brenda Jefferson, of Deeper Life Christian Church in Silent Praize will be having a "Celebration of Dance in the City on Saturday, June 30, 2007 at the Cathedral of Faith. She will be celebrating her 10th Year dancing for the Lord. June 30 is also her birthday, so she couldn't think of a better day to choose to have such a great celebration. If you have any questions, please call 813892-1775. Groups Say City, Cops Stopping Events In Area Parks Eve ry summer, city parks throughout the city have been gathering places fOT young people Several area entertain ment companies and aspiring artists have sponsored events in the parks and have featured live music. This year, those groups are complaining that the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department is denying them permits to hold their events, requiring them to pay a ridiculous liability policy, and Tampa Polite are harassing patrons attending the events. "We started doing these events on our own, and did everything the city told us we needed to do." Said one event A Local Church has an opening ior a Christian, dedicated and committed musician (piano primary). Some reading ability is preierred. Salary negotiable. Please call (813) 248 organizer "During one event, we were asked to display our per mits to police officers on sev eral occasions, and patrons were complaining about being harassed by police officers who were searching them and their vehicles." "This isn't fair No one else who holds events in parks is treated this way ." The groups also say offi cials with parks and recreation have told them they need to take out a liability policy of $1 million a.nd hire at least 20 police officers at their events "Th e y know we can't afford a million dollar liability policy, and we have been told regard less of whether we have permits or not, they are going to shut us down." City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Director Karen Palus said officers asking to check permits during an event are doing so to see if the per--m i t is the right one for the event being held. "We've had problems with p e ople asking for permits to hold birthday parties, and later discover they are holding larger events with amplified music and hundreds of people When police discover that's going on, they shut down the activity. Palus said the kind of event being held determines what permits are needed. "For an event with more than so people, a special event permit is required. If you're going to have amplified music, you 'll need that permit as well as the liability policy. The amount of the liability policy also depends on the size of the event. Palus said special event permits require City Council approval, and it is a requirement of the city that law enforcement officers be present at these events. The Hillsborough County Animal Advisory Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 27, 2007, 6:30 p. m. on the 18th floor of County Center, 6o1 Kennedy Blvd. The public is invited to attend. For more information, call Animal Services at (813) ?44. -t c: m w c First Black 'Miss Pasco l< County' To Participate In 'Miss Florida Pageant' BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Shakayla Rainey, the first African-American to hold the title of "Miss Pasco County" in the 59-y..ear-history of the pageant, wiJJ be in St. Petersburg for a week to participate in the Miss Florida Pageant." The will be held June 24 h through July 1, 2007.' Ms. Rainey was in Tampa earlier this week with her family, Arthur Bullard, Jr. (who introduced her to several in the Tamp' a 'community) and Mary Goodwin, a nurse, who were assisting her with soliciting sponsorships. A graduate of Pasco County High School, Shakayla, 18, says she was "shocked at winning the title. The Dade City teen won the title in competition February 24, 2007. She broke the color tradition during the 6oth anniversary of the pageant. The daughter of James and Gwendolyn Rainey, Shakayla will represent Pasco County with her little sister, Jamyra Rainey as her "Sunshine Princess." The 7-year-old second grader attends San Antonio Elementary. She's excited about participating in the pageant with her big sister. Shakayla's participation in pageants began at the age of n when she did Michael Jackson impersonations in talent shows Since then, she has held the titles of Miss Teen Dade City," "Miss Florida Teen," Miss Juneteenthr" and Miss Firecracker." Shakayla's talent was a self-written monolOgue, Someday I'm Gonna Be Somebody, which was well received by the audience. I Subscribe "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' Call: ( 813 248 1921 DR . LORENCE HOWELL rxm-.nt' i\c l U M C'h urd1 Juner1,DTI PASTOR TERRY MAlLORY Tcmrlc C'. M. F.. C'h\11'\:h N 8 ......

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. ... LOCAL Zeta Phi. Beta Sorority, Inc., Holds Annual Cinderella And Prince Char1ning Contest c a:: u. c z < c en w ;:) > a:: w > w Last month the Annual Search for Cinderella and Prince Charming culminated in a gala affair, sponsored by Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. The event was held at Ragan Park Center, on Saturday, May 19, 2007. Soror Brenda Mount, President of Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter introduced the Mistress of Ceremony, Dr. Gloria ParksFranklin, who provided words of inspiration. Soror Mount and Zannie Mount, Gamma Eta Sigma Chapter, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., extended the greetings. Soror Paula Kay delivered the occasion and Adia Hollist conducted a dance presentation. Min. and Mrs. Kelvin (Etta) Toots served as the The title of Prince Charming was presented to Dennarius Murphy. He is the son of Ms. Alysia McClendon and attends Muller Elementary School. Soror Catherine Smith presented gifts for the contestants and Soror Betty Briggs-Johnson presented the Thelma Louise Stokes Craig Scholarship Award to Jovanna Canty of Armwood High School. Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsett, political activist, was presented the 2007 Blue Light of Distinction Award by Soror Natonia Davis. Soror Samantha Tubbs-Crews recognized members of Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter, Zetn Phi Beta Sorority, Phi Beta Sigma 1-'raternity, und the National Pnn Hellenic Council who were narrators. in attendance. The title of Cinderella was Sorors Verlion Jordan and bestowed upon Camellia Smith. She is the daughter of Ms. Maya Smith and Bruce Codd, Jr., and attends the Village of Excellence Academy Catherine Smith, Chairpersons of the event, gave the closing remarks. (Photograph by James McAllister>. c w :I: en ::J m ;:) a.. Contestants for Cinderella and Prince Charming were: z Kris Dennard, Camellia Smith, (Cinderella), Ashante' Dennard, Meilani Smith, Dennarious Murphy (Prince .J Charming), Dynasha D. Ward, Bryce McRae, Aliani .J Hawkins, Warren McRae, and Charell Belcher. ;:) m I .J w z i= z w (J) < c a:: 0 ..J u. Sorors Samantha Tubbs-Crews, Pamela Scott, and Paula Kay. Avoid The Wait .. Call Ahead & Place Your Order Sped_. Discounts For Churches, Bnquts. F.mlly Reunions .nd Large Ordn @ 3608 N. 15th (Cornw Of Lake) Now Cooking Thurs. Sat" For All Your Seafood Delights, Marvtn Has Just What You Ned. Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snapper c:o Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs w c:J NlSTER AND MRS. KELVIN(ETTA)TOOTS ...Narrators Soror Natonia Davis presented the plaque to Soror Verlion Jordan, who accepted it on behalf of Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsett. Samuel Holloway, IV, and Ms. Maya Smith were in attendance ot the event. Roth were contestants in the 19939 1 contest. Sot"IH" Cnt.lwrine Smit.h is shown with Soror Br('ndn Mount, PreNident of Nu Upsilon Zeto Chnpter of Zeto Phi Beto Sororit.y, lne. SOROR LILY RATLIFF Soror Bettye BriggsJohnson pre_sented the scholarship award to recipient Jovanna Canty. ADIA HOLLIST ... DANCE PRESENTATION Among tho c in attendance at th Cind r lla and Prince Charming Search were Ms. Johnie Williams, Ms. Paula Kay, and Dr. Gloria Parks Dozen Roses SPecial Medium Stem r40cmJ Assorted Colors One Dozen $19.97 Solid Colors One Dozen $29.97 Lone Stem rsocmJ Assorted Or Solid Colors One Dozen $50.00 EICPin>s Jan l Come Visit Oll' NewlY Remodeled Store In Beautiful Ybor Call 813 241.0200 To UPdate Or Remove Your Address www.Yborislandflowers.com We Do Weddines And Funerals .

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PICTURES FROM THE PAST At Phillips Field during a Middleton-Biuke game in this 1958 photo arc John Evens, Willinm Kay, Attorney Harold Jack.<;on, and John Bowden. Among the first skycaps to work at Tampa Airport were Franklin Edwards, Willis Bolden and George Givens. -At the :\'liddleton High School Class of 1964 Fashion Show were Joyce Turner, Ruth Keller and Frances Swift. I I l Attending a gospel music program at New Philadelphia Church were: Mrs. Velma Steward and son, Marty, and Yvonne Humphrey. Attending the Lilly Mae Curry NurseH Guild Anniversary celebration were: Chattie Lee Martin, Jeanette Magee, Alma Surrency, Lillie M. Cook, Pearl Hart, Annie Randolph, Geraldine StevenH, King Waters, Bessie Lee Cummings, Mable Gordon, Roxie Fluker, Georgia Owens and Renn White. c m (/) 0 )> 4-< c.. c z m I'\) I'\) 0 0 -...! "TT r-0 JJ 0 )> en m z ::! z m r-1 a:J c: r rm ::! z c: a:J ,... c;; % m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 "TT 0

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SPORTS SPORTSIDE .WITH RANDY Dukes Is Gone, But l The Tampa Bay Devil Rays neers held a mandatory finally yielded to media pres-mini-camp, and they were sure and optioned troubled pleased with the results. The outfielder Elijah Dukes to only thing that would have the Minor League team in made it better is if quarter Durham. The team has also back Jake Plummer had put Dukes on a leave of gotten out of his rocking absence with pay. Still, the chair and attended. media isn't satisfied. They Coach Jon Gruden is' want Elijah's blood. more enthused, in this Dun a Tyrell, 17 -year-old Luca Cunti in the 2nd round and 17-year-old Alex Killorn went in the 3rd round. In rounds four and five, they took 19-year-old Mitch Fadden and 18-year-old Matt Marshall respectively. An old man was drafted in the 6th round when Tampa Bay drafted 21-year-old Johan Harju. Torrie Tung, an 18year old, was taken in round 7. The Lightning concluded their draft by drafting 17year-old Michael Ward and 18-year-old Justin Courtnall in round 7. They want him booted out writer's opinion, than he has The 600 Homers Club of the Rays organization and been since he first came to There is an exclusive Major out of baseball. Sure, Dukes Tampa. Gruden has high League Baseball Club that has been a pain in the yang-expectations of this year's has only five members. It is yang for some of his actions, team. A losing season will the big hoppers club com but nothing he has done or cause the coach to leave posed of those players who said calls for him to be exeTampa on his own. have hit 600 or more homers. cuted. The Devil Rays are to The members are: Bank be commended for not com-Lightning Goes For Youth Aaron, Barry B<'nds, Babe pletely yielding to the media, The Tampa Bay Lightning Ruth, Willie Mays and and completely giving up on just completed the annual newcomer, Sammy Sosa. It C Dukes. National Hockey League will be a while before the fE draft. The team took six club picks up another mem-O Dues Pleased young players in the youth her. The most likely candi-Z With Mini Camp movement. In the 1st round date is Ken Griffey Jr. who w Baseball Coach Proud Of Former Players Drafted Into Major League c W :z: 0 ::::; aJ ::: a. z ..J ..J ::: aJ ..J w z z w 0 g 0 ..J u. Darry) WlJJiama (right, rear) and membent of hla saoos Dream Team. Darryl Williams remem bers when Michael Burgess was a member of his AAU All Star Team. "He was raw like some or the other kids, but had natural talent. You could see that early in his career. He turned out to be an outstanding player WUUam1, along with some parents, was a proud man when he heard the names of many of his former players called during the recent. Major League Baseball draft. Aside from Burge11 (Washington Nationals), w Nevin Griffith (Chicago CJ White Sox), Walter Dtaz (Cleveland Indians), Trevor Reckltns (Anaheim Angels), and Chris TUrner (Houston Astros) were all drafted into the Major Leagues. wuuam. is also proud of former players now playing ball in high school like David Relfdor (Jeft'erson), Mike Laahbrook (Plant), Bobby Bollinl and Jarrett Simon (Armwood), Sherrard Evan (Freedom),' Corey Thomu (Middleton), and Ram1e1 GoDzale and ADdrew Vlrtilll (both from Wharton). "They were all members of my Dream Team. "It's very important for a kid to play travel ball if they're trying to reach the next level. That's the only way they will face the best competition outside their area. Williams said it's important that we all educate ourselves more, and learn to care more for each other. 010et a male mentor in the lives of all the young men and help them stay alive. That's what is in their live. They ne8d that male guidance and support. Baseball ia one way for them to get it." R.pomr IAora B. Crew can 6e reaclaetl at (818) J48-01J4, or mailed at (eon@flBentinel.com. SUM I We have another gorgeous young woman that Is sure to add more heat to your summer. We're pleased to have Suml as this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. You've seen this young lady before, but never like this. Sumi says that she enjoys traveling, shopping, dancing and hanging out with friends. This striking beauty says that the type of man she likes must be handsome, have a great sense of humor and know how to have a great time. Congratulations to Suml on being this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. B..\Y Bl1CC'ANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season ept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct.ll Oct.l8 Nov 18 Nov.%! Dec.l Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec.l3 Dec. 30 @ attle Seahawks New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers @Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans @ Detroit Lions Jacksonville Japars Ari zon a Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Washin&ton Redskins @New Orleans Saints @ Houston Texans Atlanta Falcons @ San Francisco 49ers arolina Panther 4:1 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00 p.m. l:OOp.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00 -I :00 p.m. l:OOp.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. I:OOp.m. 8:15p.m. 1:00

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-t' c m f/) SPORTS Chicago Cubs Drart Tampa Native In MLB Drart One of the most highly touted college baseball players in the country has found a home inih.e.msjor leagues. The Chicago Cubs drafted Tony Thomas, Jr., a Tamjm native and graduate of Bloomingdale High School, earlier this month in the MLB Draft. The former second-baseman for Florida. State University (FSU) was taken in the third round with the 97th overall pick. Thomas received several awards for his talent before being drafted by the Cubs. He was named the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Player of the Year, and was named the National Player of the Year by Collegiate Baseball and Rivals.com. He was also a first-team AllAmerican by Louisville Slugger. The 20-year-old finished his 2007 season with 11 home runs, 50 RBis, 111 hits and 31 stolen bases. He had a .430 batting average, a .522 on-base percentage and a 733 slugging percentage. "Playing professional base ball is a dream come true," sa1d Thomas. "This is an TONY THOMAS, JR. . Drafted 97th overall by the Chicago Cubs in the MLB Draft. opportunity of a lifetime, and now something that I have always dreamt about is a reality. I can't wait to suit up and do whatever I can to help the Cubs organization be better." Tony Thomas, Jr. is the son of Tony and Celeste Thomas. Reporter I Writer Antione Davia can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can aho be reached at adavUO{hentineLcom. High School Baseball Standout Competes In .Ju !nlor Nationals BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Only the best area teenage baseball players get invitations to compete in the Junior National Tournament Of Stars. The event is being held in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mychal Givens, 17, is a student at Plant High School, and is vying to be one of 36 players selected out of 144 that will go on to Joplin, Missouri as members of the national team. Mychal's mother, Monica Givens, said she does attend some of her son's games, and enjoys the traveling. "I can't make it to all of them. I'd like to though." Mychal also plays basket ball at Plant, but his mother says he's been playing base ball since he was 3 years old. "He grew up watching his unc1es play in the park. "He would like to play in the Major Leagues, but his main focus is attending college. He's considering attending Tennessee or Miami, because he feels those schools will afford him the best opportunity to play baseball." Ms. Givens said her son Mychal GiveM awfnp the bat at a pitch durin& the Tournament Of Stars In Raleigh, North Carolina. wants to get a business degree. Mychal has a 14-year-old brother who plays football and a 12-year-old sister who plays softball for a team in West Tampa. "I love sports, and I think it's great having a hose full of athletes," said Ms. Givens. "It keeps them busy and ofT the streets. This is very posi tive and I hope other kids will get involved in extracurricular activities." Pacman Surrenders To Authorities Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, shown here in a Las Vegas police photo, recently cut off his signature dread locks. LAS VEGAS Suspended NFL player Adam .. Pacman" Jones surrendered to authorities in Nevada early Friday and was released after posting $20,000 bond on felony charges in a strip club melee that preceded a triple shoot ing. Jones was booked into the Clark County Detention Center early Friday and released about an hour later, a jail operator said. The Tennessean reported Jones posted $10,000 bond for each charge of felony coercion. Las Vegas police Capt. James Dillon said authorities gave Jones, Sadia Morrison and Robert Reid until midday Friday to turn themselves in or face arrest for the melee at the Minxx strip club during the NBA All-Star Game week end in February. Police have described Reid as Jones' bodyguard, and Morrison as a member of an entourage of about six people who arrived with Jones before the pre-dawn Feb. 19 fracas at the club, several blocks ofT the Las Vegas Strip. The charges in Las Vegas have cast more doubt on Jones' playing status with the Tennessee Titans. Since he was drafted in April 2005, he has been arrested six times although he has not been convicted of any crimes. Jone1 has been involved in at least 11 separate police investigations, authorities say, and is currently sought by Atlanta-area police for questioning in a shooting early Monday after a fight at a strip club there. Homers Put Griffey Seventh On_ Time itR List At 584 SEATTLE --Ken Griffey Jr. enjoyed the final day of his Seattle homecom. ing so much he was still laughing in the Reds dugout and wearing a collared shirt and blue jeans 40 minutes before the first pitch. It didn't seem to affect his swing. Griffey hit two home runs to pass Mark McGwire for seventh place on the career list in the Cincinnati Reds' 3-2 loss to the Mariners on Sunday. "When the game starts, it starts," he said. "Everything else, like (Allen) Iverson says, 1t's just practice.,. Ken Griffey Jr. prepares to tie Mark McGwire on the alltime home run list with a first-lnnlna homer off Miguel Batista. He passed McGwire in the fifth with No. 584. His 20th and 21st homers c c.. c z m N CJ) N Griffey quickly changed into his uniform and homered in his first at-bat against Miguel Batista. He then hit No. 584 in the fifth inning off Batista to pass McGwire. "You play long enough, you hit a few out and you catch people," Griffey said. of the season came before a '11 third consecutive sellout rcrowd that gave him a stand-ing ovation before three of 6 his four at-bats. The fans > roared again as Griffey waved and tipped his cap z after he caught the final out :::! of the bottom of the eighth. GILBERT Ariz.-Chicago Bears defensive tackJe Tank Johnson was pulled over for speeding in his home state of Arizona early Friday and police said they drew blood from the NFL player to deter mine whether he was drunk. Johnson already is suspended for the first eight games of the 2007 NFL sea son after violating probation on a gun violation. Police in the Phoenix suburb of Gilbert said Johnson was stopped for driving 40 mph in a 25 mph zone at 3:30 a.m. Friday and the officer made observations that led him to believe Johnson was impaired. Sgt. Andrew Duncan, a police spokesman, said Johnson was arrested for nul impaired L-----' to the slightest TANK degree but was JOHNSON released without being booked or charged. Duncan said Johnson was taken to the Gilbert police station, where officials drew blood for a blood-alcohol content test before his release. 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0 N uS N UJ z :::J "") Suge Puts Malibu Mansion On The Market >;' < C en UJ :::J .,_ SUGEKNIGHT And His Mansion Marion "Suge" Knight has placed his plush Malibu crib on the market for $6.2 million as part of his finan-cial overhaul under Chapter C 11 bankruptcy protection. fE Built in 2001, the gated c property sits on a 6. 79-acre Z lot in the hills above the <( Pacific Ocean and holds an 8,272-square-foot Mediterranean-style manUJ sion with seven bedrooms and 9 112 baths. The house, which has w access to two beaches, is > being packaged with the sale UJ c of an additional 2.11 acres of land. An Internet listing by Coldwell Banker notes the home's "as is" offering, which is subject to approval by the bankruptcy court. In April 2006, Suge sought bankruptcy protection for himself and his record company, Death Row Records. He claimed debts of more than $100 million in each filing. At the time, Knight estimated personal assets of zero to $50,000. w :z::: en ::; m :::J 0.. 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"A lot of the time, people mistake me for someone else, or people always call in these false tips," Brown told the newspaper outside her Brooklyn Brownstone Saturday But according to an updated report from the Daily News, it was Brown who pointed out Anthony to police as her attacker before suddenly refusing to cooper ate with authorities. Anthony, Brown and her C'll, unidentified boyfriend had w just attended a party at the CJ Louis H. Pink Houses, the f paper reported. Brown and FOXY BROWN her boyfriend ended up in his car at 5:30 a.m in the East New York section of Brooklyn when she decided to dump him after finding out he was a pimp with a criminal record, sources said. "This ex-boyfriend called some of his women, and they pounced on her, a police source told the newspaper. "They beat her bad. They ripped out her hair weave. Her hair was a mesa -and that seems to be what she cared about most." Sources said the women also took off with her hearing aid. Police continue to search for the three others in connec tion with the assault, as well as Brown's ex-boyfriend. Brown, 27, is currently on probation for assault, and faces a battery charge in a separate case. ENTERTAINMENT DNA Test Says Eddie Murphy Is Mel B's Baby Daddy EDDIE MURPHY According to People magazine, a DNA test has con firmed that Eddie Murphy is the father of Melanie Brown's, a.k.a., Scary Spice recently born daugh ter. Murphy, 46, has never publicly acknowledged the child, born to Brown, 32, this past April in Los Angeles. The baby's name was listed on the birth certificate as Angel Iris Murphy Brown The writing was on the wall when earlier this month, Murphy, who agreed to take a DNA test said he comply to any legal issues if the tests proved positive. Brown's representative, Liza Anderson, told Peopk the results, confirming Murphy's paternity, were given to Brown on Thursday. So far Murphy's camp has declined to com ment. Meanwhile, reports say a press conference is scheduled for Thursday to announce that the members of the Spice Girls will reunite for an album and tour. 50 Cent BabY's Mother Wants More Money LONG ISLAND--Rapper 50 Cent showed up to the start of his child support case in Long Island Friday in an armored SUV outfitted with a satellite dish. The image, ironically, played into the argument by the mother of his child, Shaniqua Tompkins, who is seeking to increase the child support payments 50 pays each month for son. Ten-year-old Marquise currently gets $25,000 a month, but Tompkins believes the amount does not reflect 150's income, which swelled to an estimated $33 million in the past year, according to Forbes. The rapper is "worth tens and tens of millions of dollars," said her attorney, Raoul Felder. The artist's salary comes from his G-Unit record label, clothing line, ring tones and other enterprises. so Cent He has also sold more than 11 million albums and has a new CD, curtis, due out in September. Brett Kimmel, a lawyer for 150, described Tompkins to the New York Daily News as "insatiable," and said "her demands keep escalating." Closed-door hearings on the child-support case are scheduled to continue today. Tyrasa Engaged, But Not To LOS ANGELES -Apparently, the rumors about Tyreee showing up at a baby shower held at Brandy's house and presenting her with an engagement ring were only off by one fact. It wasn't Brandy on the receiving end of the proposal -it was Tyrese's own pregnant girl friend. According to Brandy's pub licist Coutney Barnes, the surprised his pregnant girlfriend, Norma, at a baby shower TYRESE Brandy hosted for her at her Los Angeles home on June 7. Barnes' official statement says: -t'here's no truth to the rumors Tyrese proposed to Brandy; he actually asked his girlfriend to marry him during the shower. The couple made headlines in January when police were investigating Tyrese for allegedly punching Norma when she was 11 weeks into her pregnancy following a argument. Norma's lawyer released a statement days later calling published reports of the event distort ed. ............ The MPC 2000 'Call: 1248. E. Hillsborough Sult 850-1484

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FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS MRS. CORA LEE WILLINGHAM ABRAMS The homegoing celebration for Mrs. Cora Lee Willingham Abrams, formerly of 1006 Lily White Ct., Apt. D, who passed away on Tuesday, June 19, 2007, will be held Wednesday, June 27, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M.L King, .Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Angela Frederick, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Abrams was born on May 1, 1933, in Camilla, Georgia, to the late Jack and Ira Willingham. She attended the Mitchell County Public Schools. Family and friends fondly remember Cora for. her love of life and as a free spirited person. Until her illness made mobility impossible, she enjoyed visiting her sisters, brothers and extended family. Cora was always the center of attention, and everyone knew when she was present. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Freddie Abrams; both parents; brother, Alan Willingham; and 3 sisters, Alice Foster, Elizabeth McArthur and Katie Gorham. Cora leaves to cherish her memory: son, Johnnie Martin of Houston, TX; brothers, Milton (ldella) Wllllngham and W illiam W illingh a m of Tampa, and Jack Willi n g ham (Gloria) of Alexandria, VA; sister, Betty J. Wlllingham of Tampa; nieces, Angela Frederick (Tommy) of Sumter, SC, Sheila Gadson (Steve) of Hinesvllle, GA, Janice Willingham, Rosalyn Willingham and Rhonda Willingham, all of Tampa, Yvette Willingham of Lincoln, NE, Julie Daniels (Bradford) of Augusta, GA, Ann Foster, of Tampa, and Eunice Foster White (Rickey) of Ft. Myers; nephews, Ulysses Hudge (Joyce) Milton Willingham, Jr. (Eima), Roosevelt Willingham (Sherry), Jeffrey Willingham ( Lisa) Gregory Willingham ( Darbl), Marlo Jenkins, Charles F o s ter, Milton Foster and Clayton Foster, Jr., all of Tampa, and Anthony Gorham of New York, NY; cousins, Johnnie M. Franklin of Washington, DC, and Dwan Franklin and MR. CHADRICK O.SIMMONS Mr. Chadrick 0. Simmons of 1809 E. Sitka Street, passed away Tuesday, June 20, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 29, 2007, at 2 p. m. at The Center for Manifestation, 3201 E. Lake Avenue, Dr. Mark Jones, pastor, with Pastor Louise Gentle, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Simmons was a native of Ft. Lauderdale, and a resident of Tampa for 12 years. He was educated In the public schools of Broward County and was employed by Bennett Marine. Mr. Simmons was preceded in death by: great grandmother, Marion McNeil; and two uncles, John Lavell Bell and Lamont Simmons. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Marion Scaggs; father, Ricky Simmons; children, Trayon Jamal and Vontreyvious (Chad) Orlando Simmons; beloved friend of 10 years, Philadelphia Bowler; four brothers, Julian Scaggs, Yorel Scaggs, Ricky Simmons, Jr. and Torrence Simmons; sister, Adrian (Kla) Simmons; maternal grandparents, Willie James and Florence Pugh; paternal grandparents, Arsey Simmons and Dorothy Harris Simmons; p-eat uncle, James 0. McNeil (Rebecca); uncles, Eddie Bell (Takelsha Wilson), Gregory Simmons and George Orange; great aunt, Evelyn Dean (Jimmy); aunts, Leketia Bell and Elaine Moore (Sylvestor); cousins, Lavell Gilllon, Trevarlous Bell, John Bell, Jayshaun Bell, Trinity Bell, Darrlon Bell and lyanho Goodman; special friends, Latrell Wllllams and Denard Simms; and a host of other cousins, relatives and friends. The remains wlll repose from 4-8 p. m. on Thursday, June 28, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Dwlgh t Frank II n, both of Tampa; and a host of great nieces, great nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains wlll repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 4-...__;.;.;.;;;;..;;.;;...;;;,:..;;;.;.;,.:.;.;;..;.:;;;:.;=o:.;;.;.;..;.;;.;.. __, 1 p. m., Tuesday evening (today). Family and friends are as)ced to assemble at the chapel at approximately 10:45 a. m. Wednesday for the service. TIIERF. WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFTER THE EULOGY. AIKENS FUNRRAL H OME 1-1 e:t r n1 () 11 Fune r a l H o m e J o h n W Hntmoll. I. I D ... RI: : Q U ( )'1'1-: S Owllcr/IVI:tlln!!<'l ,';OOZ N l Ot h S 1 THE WAY WE WERE R.I.P. FEEL-GOOD One love Brus, John-John. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GERALDINE THOMAS-JOHNSON In loving memory of Geraldine Thomas-Johnson, happy birthday. Love: Phillip, Michael, J. T., Yolanda, Shurrea, Theresa, Christine, Marcellious and Angie. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANN-Happy birthday Mom (Auntie) Ann. Love: Nicole, Nyah, Penhla, Doc, Jr., Quanetta, Shaquanda, Lll Bobby, Daquan, D. J., Papa and Dajuanna. IN MEMORIAM MASTER REGINALD LENORAD HARPER In precious, loving memory of Master Reginald Lenorad Harper. I never got to know you tn the present, now I will always carry you in my heart, so sleep on my grandchild. Special thanks to: Uncle Chris and Leroy; and the Dozier, Harper and Atkins families. Death Notices EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Antron Romaro Barfield, 2710 Stallone Drive. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL Freddie Barnhill, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Mary Passley, Tampa. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Pride" 4615 E. Hann11 Tampa 33610 S plices Monuments M11rke rs DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626 2332 IN MEMORIAM MR.HOLUS VICKERS, SR. 9/10/41 -6/29/06 The Lord called you home, leaving my heart, still filled with love! I thank the Lord for 28 years, we had to grow with each other. I'm missing you now and forever. I love you, your wife, Mrs. Christine Vickers. Group Provides Quilts For Guardian ad Litem Children -1 c m CJ) c )> c.. c z m N N 0 0 -..J ., r 0 :!:! 0 > CJ) m z ::! z m Local quilting group provides r;hand-made quilts to show community support to chil-r dren in the foster care system. hi The Victorious Life Church :j Quilting group is reaching out Z to the community by working "U with the Hillsborough ai Guardian ad Litem program. r This quilting group meets on en a weekly basis to make quilts, ffi tote bags, stuffed animals, and 0 other quilted items to support m local community programs such as Guardian ad Litem, Joshua House, and Children's Home to name a few. The c Guardian ad Litem program rn uses t!tese quilts by giving o them to volunteer Guardians as a graduation gift. > lhe main mission of the z Victorious Life Quilting group 0 is to give back to areas of community need. Guardian ad Litem is a program with the focus of giving Florida's chil dren a voice in court to speak on their best interests. A Guardian ad Litem is a volun-teer appointed by the court to advocate for a child. The Guardian becomes familiar with the child and child's case to make recommendations to the court to help ensure a safe, caring, In addition, the Victorious Life Quilting Group is also looking for additional volun teers. Guardian ad Litem training sessions are held once monthly. Call for additionallnfomm tion to become a Guardian ad Litem at (813) 272-5110, or email Tnmi.Dodd&QLtl,ao\' for more infonnation. For more information about E) Victorious Lifu, \jsit www.\'fc:-m &al.ara; m call (813) 27.2-5110.

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.... 0 0 N ui N w z ::;) .., >= Cl) Classifieds r------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------, t-Notice of Public Hearing c c z c( c Cl) w ::;) t-w r:; c w % Cl) :::i m ::;) Q. z t= w _, _, ::;) m _, w z t= z w Cl) c( c a:: 0 _, A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9 :00a.m . July 13, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Cieri( of the Board of County Commissioners All Interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Cieri( within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion o the public hearing. ANY PERSON VVHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON VVHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Addit ional infonnation concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. VARIANCE REQUESTS The following petitions will be heard beginning at 9:00a.m.: Petition VAR 07-10n-cw. Maje Baker is requesting Variances for the wetland setbadt. front setbadt for principal dwelling and an accessory structure, and to allow well and septic in Urban Service Area for property located at 3218 Nundy Rd. zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 07-1110-V'NI, lexington Homes, inc. is requesting Variances to allow easement access for more than three lots and reduce required distance between access poi nts for property located at the SE comer of Crestview & Ruth Morris Rd zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-1135-ER, Bay Mulch, Inc. is requesting Variances to the setbacks and access width for property located at W/S of Forbes Rd. 100' S/0 Twin Pine Dr. zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-1138-ER, Anadeta Villafuerte & Vicente Ramirez Martinez are requesting a Variance to the setbadts and accessory dwelling requirements for property located at 3605 Mott Rd. zoned ASC-1 Petit i on VAR 07-1183-GB, Kevin & Deborah Tinker are requesting a Variance fo r a third lot on septic for property located at 7021 Payne S t.. zoned ASC-1 & RSC-6. Petition VAR 07-1225-BR, Rawleighn B & Patricia A. Newberry are requesting a Variance to the setbadt requ i rements for property located at 624 Limona Rd . zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 07-1227-lU, First United Methodist Church of Lutz is requesting a Variance to the sidewalk requ irements for property located at 960 W. Lutz lake Fern Rd . zoned ASC-1 Petition VAR 07-1231-N'Mi, Marie & Rebecca Gordon are requesting a Variance to the wetland setback for property located at 9705 Gretna Green Dr., zoned PD-MU. Petition VAR 07-1232 -BR, Knights Real Estate is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 202 W. Brandon Blvd zoned C G Petrtion VAR 07-1249TH, Lauretha Lewis is requesting a Variance to the setbadt and accessory dwelling requ i rements for property located at 1230 N. Parsons Ave . zoned AS1 Petition VAR 07-1257 -NVVH & KO, Tampa Bay Water is requesting a Variance to the fence/wall height requirement for property located at 16015 Race Track Rd. zoned AR. Petition VAR 07-1265-SCC, Sun City Hospitality, lLC is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at1335 Rickenbacker Dr., zoned CG. Petition VAR 07-1288-EL, Prologis is requesting a Variance to the landscape buffer/screening requirements for property located at EIS of Cragmont Dr., 500' S/0 Princess Palm Ave. zoned M Petition VAR 07-1289-USF, Elpidio Alejo is requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 1207 E 139th Ave. zoned RMC-20. Petition VAR 07-1290-TNC, Joaquin L. Verdecia & Damarys E Munoz are requesting a Variance to the setbadt requirements for property located 7935 Woodvine C i rcle, zoned RSC-e Petition VAR 07-1291-TH, Thomas A Seitz is requesting Variances to the setbadts, easement width and par1cing regulations for property located at 12650 N. Mcintosh Rd., zoned CG. Petition VAR 07-1292-CW, Ahmed Abouelenin is requesting a Variance to the wetland setback for property located at S/S of W. Chapman Rd. 250' W/0 N Florida Ave. zoned RSC-8. Petition VAR 07-1294-RV, larry, Suzanne & Melanie Call are requesting a Variance to allow a request to reduce minimum lot size required for PO zoning for property located at N/S of Boyette Rd., Y. mile EJO U S. Hwy 301, zoned ASC 1 and PD. Petition VAR 07-1295-ER, All Florida Pennitting is requesting a Variance to the placement and setbadt requirements for a TMH (medical hardship) for property located at 5221 Gallagher Rd. zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07129S-NVVH, Westchaae Self-Storage, LlC Is requesting a Sign Variance for property located at W/S of Countryway Blvd. 200' NW of Evanshlre Ct., zoned PD. Petition VAR 07-1297-ER, Pat Culpepper is requesting a Variance to the easement requirements for property located at N/S of Pierce Harwel Rd., %mile W/0 C8mpbell Creek Place, zoned AS-1 Petition VAR 07-1298-CW, Trevor Sas is requesting a Variance to the fence/wall height for property located at 11510 Jenny lyne Court, zoned RSC-4. Petition VAR 071301 BLD, Delbert & Karen Venters are requesting a Variance to the setback i-eQulrements for property located at 4106 Maywood Dr. zoned RSC-6 (MH).

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING JULY 13, 2007 (Continued) SPECIAL USE REQUESTS The following petitions will be heard beginning at 1:30 p.m.: Petition SU 07-0824-USF (AB), filed on 3/1/2007 by Planet Soccer Entertainment Corp., represented by David Britton of 2552 E. Bearss Ave #A, Tampa, FL 33613, ph 813-469-9120, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit -2-COP Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises. Presently zoned PD-C (82-262), located in all or parts of Section 5 Township 28 Range 19, or 2552 E. Bearss Ave. Contains 1,313 sq.ft. Petition SU 07-0833-BR (AB), filed on 3/2/2007 by Alphonse & Chutima Pena, represented by Dixie Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd. Lithia, FL 33547 ph 813-817-8585, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises. Presently zoned PD-C (79-87), located in all or parts of Section 26 Township 29 Range 20, 905-907 E Brandon Blvd. Contains 3,187 .08 sq. ft. Petition SU 07-1134-NWH (CT) filed on 4/20/2007 by !-Mobile South. LLC represented by Lauralee G Westine, Esq of BOO Tarpon Woods Blvd . #E 1 Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-773-2221 requesting a Use for a Commumcation Tower Presently zoned AR. located in all or parts of Sectton 22 Township 28 Range 17 or 8950 W Waters Ave Contains 4.950 sq.ft Petition SU 07-1147-LU (CC), filed on 4/23/2007 by Kiddte Campus University Inc represented by Christopher C Lindhart. Esq of 806 N Armenia Ave Tampa FL 33609 ph 813-875-5297 requesting a Special Use for Child Care Presently zoned RSC-2 located in all or parts of Section 24 Township 27 Range 18. or SIS of Myrtle Ridge Rd. 400' E/0 U S Hwy 41. Contains 0 76 acres Petition SU 07-1299-CW (Sch) filed on 5/15/2007 by Carrollwood Day School, represented by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves PA of 500 E Kennedy Blvd. #200. Tampa. FL 33602. ph 813-223-3888 requesting a Special Use for a Private SchooL Presently zoned RSC-2, located in all or parts of Sectton 35 Township 27 Range 18. or 1515 W Bearss Ave Contains 37. 58 acres Petitton SU 07-1303-RV (AB) filed on 5/15/2007 by LUts Azcona represented by Dixie L. Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd, Lithia, FL 33547 ph 813-817-8585. requesting a Spectal Use 2-COP Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises Presently zoned PD-C (83-84), located tn all or parts of Sectton 20 Township 30 Range 20. or 9848 U S Hwy. 301. Contains 1.680 55 sq ft Petition SU 07-1304-BR (AB). ftled on 5/15/2007 by MRM Properties. LLC. represented by Dixie L. Liberty of 5719 Tanagerlake Rd., Lithia FL 33547 ph 813-817-8585. requesting a Spectal Use 2-COP Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises Presently zoned PO (03-0861) located tn all or parts of Section 1 Township 30 Range 20. or 1048 Bloomingdale Ave Conta1ns 1.960.8 sq ft. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS PUBLICATION DEADLINES TUESDAY EDITION -FRIDAY@ 3:00P.M FRIDAY EDITION TUESDAY @ 3:00 P.M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Emailledwards@flsentlnel.com IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 0700096BO DIVISION E Christian Fleury Petitioner And Marie Semie Vernet Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Marie Semie Vernet Saint Loran No# 02 Leogane, Haiti W.l. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Christian Fleury, whose address is 3006 East 13th Street, Tampa, FL 33605 on or before July 16. 2007 and file the orig inal with the clerk of thi s Court at BOO East Twiggs Street. t001. Tamoa, EL 33602, before serv t c e on Pett!loner or tmmedtately thereafter If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12. 915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12. 2B5, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A D .A. Coordinator, (B13) 272-7040, BOO E Twiggs St. Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-300-955-3771 Dated June 8, 2007. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Ia/ MARIA ROMA PEREZ DEPUTY CLERK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE INVITATION TO BID ooo-4 c: m en 0 c... c: Sealed bids for INSTALLATION OF FIELD LIGHTS FOB THE SOFTBALL FIELD AT KING HIGH SCHOOL will be received by the N School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center. 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 2 : 00 PM, Tuesday, July 24, 2007 (The mailing address is P 0. Box 3408 Tampa, Florida 33601) Bids will not be after 2 :00PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. There will be a Non mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting on Tuesday, July 17. 10:00 am at King High SchooL 6B15 North 56th Street, Tampa, FL 33610. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ABE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFER ENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS : The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. A photo identification will need to be presented at this tlme. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the Engineer. Complete information regarding bidding documents and other 0 tnformatton may be obtained from the Engineer : :::0 Engineers of Record RHC and Associates, Inc. Box 4505 Tampa, FL 33677 Plans and Specifications (B13) 254-0907 (B13) 254-0744 (Fax) Plans and Specifications Rapid Blueprint 3623 Henderson Blvd. Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 879-5133 (813) 872-30B6 (Fax) No btdder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after date set f or b1d open ing. THESCHOOLBOARDOF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7 3 $10.00$1 1 .00 3 -11 s 11 '00 -s 12 00 Great Benefits. 401 k Raise In April Pleasant. Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED A B Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred Full Time Position Apply In Person 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 Outside Sales Position Commission Only Experience working directly with the public. Very important to be exact and highly accurate in performing this job. Able to work with little or no supervision, wort( well with others and provide personal assistant. Ability to correctly complete all medical record release forms pertaining to measurements o orthopedic shoes and a new line of Arthritic products. Answe questions regarding the company, describe merchandise to customer, and assist customer with making selections o products. One sale is equal to $125 an hour. Must'have reliable transportation. Call1.866.425.0007 Or Fax Reaume To 1.866.425.0007 0 > en m z :::! z m r-1 CD c: r rm :::! z "lJ c: CD r-Cii m 0 m < m c: m en 0 ?< > z 0 0 ?< J Q m ... "'

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...... 0 0 N CD N w z ::;:) .., >=" < c U) w ::;:) .... c a: u. c z c( Commissioned Position National Financial Services Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Ambitious Career Minded People No Necessary 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0252 A 130 Year Old Contractor Company Is Seeking To Hire A Site Security Receiving Person For approximately 1 year+. $10.00-$12.00 per/hr Submit resume at: mfuentes@sauer-lnc.com Or Fax: (813) 661-3682 Survey File Clerk c rn Fast paced Civil Engineering/Surveying Firm .,_ in Ybor Needs A Self-Starter With w Common Sense iii Pleasant Personality c And Good Computer/Clerical w Skills Excellent Benefits & % rn Woi'Xing Environment :l m ::;:) D. z i= w ....I ....I ::;:) m ....I w z i= z w en C i2 g IL CD ... Apply 1602 North 15th Street EOEIDFWP WRS Infrastructure & Environment Seeks Project Accountant to be responsibfe for all monthly client invoicing & reconciliation to accounting system for their assigned project & contracts. Bachelors Accounting or Finance or minimum 2 years relevant Project Accounting experience. Environment, Construction or Contractor experience preferred. V1ew complete job description & apply online at www. wrise .co m EOE/Drug Free Workplace HOME OWNERSHIP Your Job Is Your Credit Low Down Payment Lease 2 Purchase Irvin (813) 115-6413 New/Reeale Homn From $134,100 3 Bedrooml/2 Bath Block Homes Low Or No Down Payment Several Locations Tampa-St. Pete Lakeland Headley Wllllarma Hutton Realty (813) 404-8822 Child Care Now Hiring Full-Time And Part-Time, Infant and Toddler Teachers And PartTime After School Teacher. Must Have Training Hours. Call (813) 910-4163 World's Barber Shop Barber Needed $50.00 A Week Special 1920 West Main Street Located In West Tampa Call (813) 258-8300 Child Care Teacher Needed CDA Required Full Time Position Available Call (813) 248-3073 Monday Thru Friday Between 9:00 a.m. & 4:00 p.m. Seeking Administrative Assistant Part-Time HOURS 2 :00p. m 7 : 00 p m Some Accounting A Plus Send Resume To: Credit. union@ bible-based org Or Call 813-964-9696 After 2:00 p.m. Work From Home Interviewing motivated persons to generate leads for a medical supply company on commission based pay. Each lead is equal to $25 an hour. Must be able to describe products and benefits to a targeted clientele. Can prove to be very lucrative for the right person. Applicant must be able to work with little or no supervision. Call1.888.425.0008 FuR .. ume To 1 888.425.0007 Home4 Sale Below Market 0 Down Financing Owner 'Mil Consider Lease Option 'Mth Cash Down Call (813) 12-1447 BANK FORECLOSURE! 5 Bedroom Horr1e $56,0001 Only $445/Monthlyl 5% Down 20 Years At8% APR For lltlng 800-388-9783 Ext. H489 FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248 9218 f Or Email ledwards@flsentlnel .com Tampa -Brandon Areas 3 And 4 Bedroom Homes Available From $100,000-$250,000 Zero Down All Closing Cost Paid Little Or No Credit Required (813) 477-6447 Stop Renting No Money Down 3 And 4 Bedroom Homes Easy Qual ify Learn How To Invest In Real Estate No Money Down Get Approved Today (813) 389-1847 Christina HUD HOMES! 4/3-$199/Monthly! 5/1 $445/Monthly! 5% Down 20 Years-8% For Listings 800-366-9783 X S748 HOME FOR SALE MOVE IN READY! 3/2 1200 Sq. 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VIllage AI'H 8315 Allamanda Avenue 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath AIC Fenced, Carport, Washer/Dryer Hookup Immediate Occupancy $700. 00/0eposit $900. 00/Monthly Section 8 Preferred Call Ed (727) 542-7283 Single Family Homes For Sale MOTIVATED SELLER Delatorro McNeal, II Offers $2500 Towards Closing Costs On All Properties Listed Below 6221 N. 44th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Comer LoUFenced 1050 Sq FV Washroom WID Hookups & Appliances $135 000 361 0 E. Ellicott 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Double Lot, 944 Sq. Ftmle & Carpet Floor WID Hookups & Appliances $140,000 n11 Gulf Court 3 Bedrooms/2Baths Large Townhouse 1230 Sq. F t. Nice Subdivision Berber CarpeVPrivate Backyard WID Hookups & Appliances $150,000 All Homes In Great Condition! Seller Gives $2500 In Free Money For Your Purchase! Drive Bys Are Welcome, But Please Don't Disturb Tenants Call today for an appoinbnent (813) 380-8043 or email lnfo@DeiMcNeal.com Grant Park 3417 N. 53rd Street 4 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Yard. VVDH $850 00/Monthly $600 00/Deposit 813-767-3185 Seminole Heights Area Section 8 Accepted Low Deposit! 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath C. II 813-938-6518 Ext. 210 EatTa...Large New 412 Home Concrete Block, Fenced, Alarm, CHA, \NOH, OW No Pets Section 8 Only (813) 949-3482 Firground Are 4 Bedrooms/1% Bath AIC, Carpet, Tile $1,250.00/Monthly 3904 Beechwood Blvd. Section 80K SulphurSprtnp 1211 Street North 412 AV8illble lnvnedlately Larva YMI, CHA $1, 1001Monthly Section 8 Ok (113)--1111 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLEnN THE VOICE OF OUR COIMIUNITY FOR OWRUYDRS

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e u. c z c tn w > w > w c w ::z:: tn :J ID ::: G. z ...J ::: ID ....:, w z !i w 0 C g u. Cop Killed Pregnant Woman In Her Home CANTON, OHIO Investigators believe police man Bobby Lee Cutts Jr. killed his pregnant ex-girlfriend Jesse Marie Davis at her home about eleven days ago, according to court documents released Monday. Cutts faces two counts of murder in the case, the documents said, and is expected to appear in court" Monday afternoon. A woman arrested in the case, Myisha Lynne Ferrell, 29, faces an obstruc tion of justice charge for giving false information to police, according to the docu ments. On Sunday, a source close to the investigation told CNN that Cutts, who fathered a child with Davis, helped police find her body in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, although authorities declined to confirm that infor mation. Reporter Eric Mansfield of CNN affiliate WKYC said Cutts had shared details about the case Saturday with his family and a few off-duty police officers who were supporting him. According to Mansfield about two hours after Cutts provided information to police, authorities found Davis' remains after shifting their search from an area near her home to the park, located about 30 miles north in Summit County. Police would disclose no details of what led investigators to Ferrell or how they believe she is connected to the case. But a neighbor said FBI agents searched Ferrell's home Saturday and retrieved several bags of items. Mansfield reported that the items included empty bleach bottles and duct tape. Ferrell and Cutts attended high school together, according to Mansfield. Cutts, 30, is the father of Davia' 2-year-old son, Blake, and authorities say they believe he also was the father of Davis' unborn child. Cutts is married and has two children with other women. He has professed his innocence. On Sunday, the county medical examiner's office announced it had "positively identified the remains found," as Davi..-.adding "fetal Court documents say Bobby Lee Cutts Jr. killed Jesse Davis at her home. I Myisha Lynne Ferrell gave police false information, documents say. remains were also recovered." The cause of Davis' death was pending, the office said. Officials have been tightlipped about exactly where the body was found and how it was discovered. The identification of Davis' body ended a search by thousands of volunteers which was launched after family members and police could not contact Davis. During the initial search for Davis at her home, her mother found her son wandering alone in a dirty diaper and the house in disarray. Furniture was broken, a lamp was toppled over and bleach had been spilled on the floor, police said. There were no signs of forced entry, and Davis' car keys and purse were in the home. But her cell phone and a comforter were missing, police said. FBI agents used a battering ram Saturday to enter and search Ferrell's home in Canton. Authorities confiscated multiple bags of items, said Justin Lindstrom, a neighbor. Ferrell was not present during the search, said Lindstrom, who added that agents asked him to call them if he heard from or saw his neighbor. Undstrom said, investigators visited the home multi ple times. 9241 N. 56th St., Thmpa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. 1 P.M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rate.<; Friendly Atmosphere -You're :\-OK \\'ith l\ DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State FfUng SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rate.v In Town \ I Ill I ''I II \ I ,\ I II \1 \II Ill I \1 \ I I II NATIONAL 12 U.S. Soldiers Killed Over Weekend BAGHDAD --A suicide bomber targeting a meeting of U.S.-allied Sunni sheiks has struck at a hotel in central Baghdad, killing at least 12 people, authorities said. Two of the attacks were aimed at U S. military targets but there has been no word of any American casu alties. Eight people died in a sui cide car bombing in Hillah, 60 miles south of Baghdad. It's the second deadly attack there in three days. Six civilians were killed when a truck bomber struck a J?OliCe station in Beiji, 155 m1les north of Baghdad. This, after another deadly weekend for U.S. forces. At least 12 soldiers were killed on Saturday. Jesse Jackson Arrested At Demonstration CHICAGO Jesse Jackson was arrested at an anti-gun protest in suburban Chicago Saturday. Jackson and other community activists have held several protests in the last month at Chuck's Gun Shop in Riverdale, Ill. They contend the gun shop's close proximity to Chicago provides gang members and criminals easy access to firearms. Police were called Saturday afternoon amid complaints that demonstrators were blocking the store's entrance. A police statement said Jackson and a Catholic priest from Chicago's South Side were charged with criminal trespassing after refus-. ing requests to move away from the entrance. The Planning Commission lnyltes you to leam about proposed changes to the Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan. Growth Management. Transportation. Affordable Housing. Education. Economic Development. Envionmentol Protection and morel Comprehensive Plan Update Open House Dates Thursday, June 28 Galfh., High School 16200 N. Dale Mabry Tampa. FL 33618 5:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m. Carrollwood/Lutz/ Keystone Atea Thursday July 19 South Shor Rglonal Ubrary 15816 Beth Shields Way. Ruskin. FL 33573 Highway Thunday. July 12 HCC lrandon Campus 10414 E. Columbus Drive Tampa. FL 33619 5::l) p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Brandon/Valrico/ Thonotosassa AtN ursday July 26 Alonso High School 8402 Montague Street Tampa, FL 33635 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Town N' Country/Citrus Park AtN 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. South County Atea Efficient. Focused and Balanced Growth For more Information r.gardlng the CGmpreMr.slve Pln Updat Opn Hou pi contact the Plnnlng Commission t 813.272.5940 or lacollaaQplancom.org.

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CRIME NEWS \ Police Arrest Man For Stealing Taxi Tampa Police charged a man Saturday night with stealing a taxi and crashing it. Police said Olyn Reecha News ome, 24, entered a 1998 Ford Van at 6 a.m. while the victim was unloading a customer's luggage in the 1600 block ofYukon. According to the report, Newsome pushed the victim aside and fled. He was spotted about 10:40 p.m. and chased, crashing into a yard in the 3000 block of Riverview Avenue. Police said Newsome, who also faces charges of aggravated fleeing to elude and OLYN NEWSOME resisting arrest, is being held without bond. Program Instructor C 1harged With Aggravated Battery LAKELAND -Tonya Williams, 42, an instructor at the Polk County STAR Program, was arrested Monday by Polk County Sherifrs detectives .and charged with aggravated bnt.tery. Detectives said the incident occurred June 8th during a verbal altercation between Williams and a former boyfriend Williams has been employed with the Polk County Sheriffs Office since October 1994 and has been assigned to the Boot Camp/STAR Program since May 1995. Williams' current assignment was as a teacher/advi sor/counselor working TONY A WILLIAMS with juveniles sentenced to the STAR Program. Since her arrested, Williams has been suspend ed without pay pending a disciplinary review. Woman Shot Outside Home HOUSTON A woman was wounded in a drive-by shooting outside a northwest Harris County home late Thursday, KPRC Local 2 repurted. Harris County sherifrs deputies said someone in a white car opened fire at the home on Loch Langham Drive near Loch Langham Court at about 11 p.m. Investigators said a group of men in a car made sexual comments toward the woman. She told them to stop and they left. "Seconds after that occurred, a second vehicle pulled up and began shooting, striking the complainant one time," Detective William Valerio said. "That vehicle, of course, fled." The woman was shot in the lower back. She was transported by helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital in stable condition Detectives said the shooter and another man were in a small, white four-door vehi cle. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime StopperR at 713-222-TIPS. Two Men Sought In Shooting ST. PETERSB UR G St. Petersburg Police are looking for two Black males after a shooting Saturday Police said at 2 p.m., a man was standing in the parking lot of the Wildwood Recreation Center on _28th Street, South, when a man exited a Dodge Intrepid fir ing several shots. Police said a man received a non-life threatening wound to his leg and is in stable condition. A parked PSTA bus was hit by two bullets. Three parked vehicles were also hit by stray bullets but they were not occupied at the time. Police said the shooting was possibly the result of an ongoing dispute and does not appear to be random. Police are still trying to develop identities of the su:; pects and the investigation is ongoing. Man Charged In Killing Of Girlfriend, Mother DECATUR, Ga. DeKalb County police have charged a Decatur man in the deaths of his girlfriend and her mother Police arrested 46-year-old Jsiah Freeman Saturday night. The arrest came just hours after officers found the bodies of 49-year-old Francis Jackson and her mother, 74-year-old Ada Dillingham. Freeman lived with the women in an apartment. Police are not saying how the women were killed. DeKalb County Police spokesman Michael Payne says a three-year-old girl who had been visiting the women was found wandering nlont> near the Five c: Suspected Bank Robbers Arrested m en c )>. :< c.. c: z m N JOE BAKER ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police responded to a bank robbery at 12:55 p.m. Friday at the Colonial Bank, 4017 34th Street, South. Two armed Black males in black clothing, took cash from the bank and were last seen running toward the rear of a nearby K-Mart Store. No one was injured in the bank. Officers moved into the area and found an abandoned vehicle behind the KMart and stopped two Black males in the nearby Patriot LEROY BLOUNT 51' N 0 0 """' Square condominium complex. One was taken into ., custody for a n outstanding r warrant, and the other vol-g untarily accomPJlllled detec-c tives to the police station for l> an interview. After the interview, police Z learned both men were :! involved. Joe Baker, 19. was r;"" charged with one count o f armed robbery. Leroy r Blount, 26. was charged with armed robbery. and on :! warrants from Hillsborough Z County for violation of pro-bation. m Suhstrihe Today! .. r c;; :::z:: m c m < m "The Voice of Our Conu11unity Speakin.n for Itself' c: m en c )> z c ., :D 6 Points MARTA station in .,, .. ,.,07- .., downtown Atlanta Wednesday afternoon Police have not concluded when the women were killed. Payne says they could have been killed as early as last Tuesday. Uncle Sandy Says -, You must 3 7, 8 13,do the thing 16, 19, 21,you think 23, 26, 29, 31, 34 you cannot do. The Law Offices of Andrew Shein, P.A. ------------Tampa

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